|Job Title||Assistant Residence Life Coordinator|
Terms of Employment
Reports to Residence Life Coordinator; responsible for student staff, administrative hall operations, and development of a comprehensive, vibrant and meaningful residence education program within a residence hall. Participates in on-call emergency rotation.
1. Coordinate selection, training, supervision and evaluation of student desk assistants.
2. Assist the RLC in developing and implementing training, and evaluation of resident assistants.
3. Provide individual and group supervision of student staff in regard to daily and on-going operation of the hall including community development, residence education, and housing policies and procedures.
4. Serve as a resource to student staff in the performance of responsibilities, sharing of knowledge, and development of skills.
1. Serve as an advisor to hall senate leadership and committees, providing on-going leadership development.
2. Serve in an advisory and referral capacity to individual students and student groups in regard to University and Department of Residence policies and procedures.
3. In conjunction with the RLC, student staff, and hall senate, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive residence education program; including coordinating efforts with offices such as Student Life, LGBT* Center, Career Services, and Academic Advising.
4. Provide direction to student staff for the enforcement and proper documentation of Residence Life policies found in the Code of Conduct.
5. Assist the RLC in serving on-call, providing emergency response and support to incidents within the residence hall system.
6. Work under the guidance of the RLC in holding policy violation meetings with students living in assigned residence hall.
7. Serve as a resource and point of contact for students of concern or in crisis, through follow up, intentional conversations, and referrals to both university and community resources.
8. Utilize student feedback and assessment findings to enhance the residential experience for students.
ADMINISTRATIVE HALL OPERATIONS
1. Supervise and administer hall office operations.
2. Represent the Department of Residence to parents, guests and members of the University community.
3. Serve on a committees providing leadership for student staff selection, training, and conferences.
4. Maintain administrative records of hall activities, incident documentation, and other records consistent with current policies and procedures.
5. Assist the hall senate in budgeting and record keeping of student activity appropriations.
Britt Hudson, email@example.com or 319-273-2333
Bachelor's degree and University residence hall leadership experience required. Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student in the Post-Secondary Education Master's Program. Must be enrolled in 9 graduate credits each semester of assistantship. Maintain a GPA of at least 3.00. First semester graduate students must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.00.
Residence hall leadership experience required. Ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with diverse populations a, lead student teams, and effectively communicate and problem solve with others required. Ability to fulfill job responsibilities in 20 hours per week, including evening and weekend work required.
Must reside in a UNI residence hall and have a meal plan.