$52,000 - $56,000 annually plus meal plan during the academic year and summer, excluding recess periods.
About This Role:
The Assistant Director for Apartment Living offers an opportunity to enact a vision of enterprising innovation and initiative in student affairs work and exercises leadership abilities to facilitate student success, involvement, multicultural awareness and personal growth. The position oversees the operations of the on-campus Jardine Apartments community. The Jardine community offers more than 800 apartments in 38 buildings including 1-4 bedroom apartments, studios, lofts, and town houses. This is a live-off position and serves as part of on-call duty rotation to address crisis situations. Duties include:
Directs, oversees, and administers the operations of the Jardine Apartments community consisting of 38 buildings to include facilities management oversight.
Assist with student issues concerning academics, peer conflicts, personal problems, etc.
Provide leadership for educational, recreational, cultural, and social programs that complement student and community development goals.
Select, train, supervise and evaluate Community Coordinators and oversee those processes for graduate assistant(s) and hourly student staff.
Coordinates with staff to provide programming activities; educating, training, advising and assisting residents, student group members and staff regarding policies and rules.
Coordinate one of three major functional processes for department (professional/graduate assistant training and professional development, student staff training and professional development, and hiring).
Serve as part of Student Living Leadership Team and work collaboratively with other professional staff.
What You’ll Need to Succeed:
Requires a bachelor's degree and three to five years of relevant experience.
Prefer master’s degree in student personnel, higher education administration or related field.
Three years, full-time work in housing administration or related student affairs work with increasing levels of responsibility.
Proven ability to integrate and implement current student development theory and practice with quality customer service.
Experience with community living, leadership development, programming, teaching, or training.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States at the time of employment.
Valid drivers license upon employment.
Ability to work variable work hours including evenings, week-ends, and holidays as needed.
Housing and Dining Services is a self-operated auxiliary department with five functional areas: business operations, facilities management, dining services, apartment living and residence life. It is the largest administrative unit in the Division of Student Life.