Coordinatore of Systems and Processes, Residential Life
Northwest Missouri State University
Location: MARYVILLE, Missouri
Leadership Development and Programming
Residence Life and Housing
Student Transitions and Retention Management
Furnished air-conditioned apartment (3-bedroom with laundry included); utilities and cable; notebook computer; free internet access; tuition waiver after one year of employment (employment—100%, dependent—50%); meal allowance; reserved parking; basic phone service with voicemail; professional development funds; competitive University benefits; Pets allowed
Internal Number: 2
POSITION SUMMARY: The Coordinator of Residential Life Systems & Processes is responsible for supervision and student success of the Residence Halls on campus. Student population will include first-year and upper-class students and academic learning communities The coordinator also has department wide responsibilities. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Develop, coordinate, and evaluate a comprehensive programmatic experience in collaboration with the Assistant Director of Residential Life and other pertinent departments/stakeholders on campus 2. Supervise, mentor, and evaluate assigned Professional Hall Staff.. 3. Assist with departmental selection, training, advising, programming, special interest housing, and planning processes 4. Oversee several department budgets 5. Facilities oversight for 3-6 Residence Halls 6. Work with LEADs Team to develop strategic and operation plans 7. Serve on Departmental and University Committees 8. Serve on duty coverage for all halls in rotation with LEADs Team 9. Assist with crisis and student mental health issues 10. Work with University Conduct Coordinator on department conduct administration and processes 11. Coordinate several department-wide committees including Student Staff Selection and Hall Discipline Committee 12. Assist in coordinating the Student Staff Training Committee in cooperation with Coordinator of Leadership and Development 13. Lead programmatic aspects of Opening & Closing, Mid and End of year reports from Professional Hall Staff, and Room Selection Process 14. Perform additional tasks as delegated
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Master’s degree in College Student Personnel or related field Experience: 2 years post master's experience with campus housing at a college or university Skills: Skills in interpersonal communications, leadership, and conflict resolution; ability to work with diverse populations; ability to manage several projects simultaneously; basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Software PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: Three years post master’s professional experience; experience with first-year students, staff training, selection, and supervision of student staff
The middle of everywhere. Yep, you read that right. Everything a college town needs and nothing it doesn’t. We are an active campus with a championship culture. Our goal is student success – every student, every day. We go beyond hands-on learning with profession-based learning. The kind of training that allows a student to know if they are on the right path for their individual journey. At Northwest, we support students in every facet of the college journey. Northwest has a history of bringing up educators, innovators, and leaders since 1905. With 13 academic schools and departments and more than 150 major programs, students can follow their passion with the support they need to succeed. Students come to Northwest and find a home away from home.
At Northwest Missouri State University, the Division of Student Affairs is comprised of the following areas: Bearcat Shop, Campus Dining, Student Engagement & Development, Counseling Center, Wellness Services, Campus Recreation, Hughes Fieldhouse, Residential and Auxiliary Services, Title IX and Equity and the office of the Vice President of Student Affairs. Student Affairs is committed to enhancing the personal/social and academic d...evelopment of students by collaboratively facilitating programs and experiences designed to produce the following outcomes: 1. the ability to develop and sustain mature relationships with others, 2. the ability to make decisions and hold oneself accountable, 3. the ability to manage one's personal and professional life, 4. the ability to show respect for and accept people who are different from oneself, 5. the ability to live a healthy lifestyle, 6. and an ability to demonstrate a clear sense of integrity, values, and direction in life. Student Affairs is committed to providing a focused set of student services that are equitable, accessible, friendly, competent, timely, and reliable.
Residential & Auxiliary Services is comprised of student development, housing facilities, operations and assignments, and auxiliary operations, including the Student Union, The Station conference center, student ID cards, dining operations, the Spirit Shop, and more. Our team works collaboratively with departments across campus to ensure student success. We pride ourselves in providing an exceptional student and stakeholder experience while providing diverse engagement and development opportunities. At the core of our work, we focus on a strong sense of belonging and connections for our students, which are key indicators of success.
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