Assistant Director/Residential Coordinator
The Office of Residence Life and Center for Student Engagement are posting two Assistant Director / Residential Coordinator Positions starting June 1, 2018. These unique positions work collaboratively within Residence Life and Student Engagement to provide high quality programs and services for the campus community. These positions offer multiple opportunities to gain experience in a variety of responsibilities.
Each Assistant Director / Residential Coordinator is a full-time live-in University administrator reporting jointly to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs / Director of Residence Life and to the Assistant Dean of Students / Director of the Center for Student Engagement.
Residential Coordinator Responsibilities:
As a Residential Coordinator (RC), responsibilities include management of one or more residential area(s) of 100-344 students. Includes supervision of resident assistant staff, coordination of hall programs, hall council advising, shared on-call duty, student discipline, crisis management, and referral. Residential Coordinator staff share in the coordination of shared central office responsibilities within Residence Life. Positions may include management of theme living, conference and summer housing, or other duties as assigned.
Assistant Director Responsibilities (includes one of the areas below):
- Assistant Director of Civic Engagement & Community Service Coordinates service opportunities and evaluation of student learning in civic engagement experiences connected to curricular outcomes of developing socially responsible citizens. Coordinates student programs using the Social Change Model to provide personal development programs related to service initiatives within the Office of Residence Life and the Center for Student Engagement. Supports service opportunities related to the Campus Change-maker initiatives.
- Assistant Director of Greek Life Coordinates and promotes all aspects of fraternity and sorority life including Greek housing/billing and recruitment events. Advises governing councils. Educates Greek Life organizations and members through identified training and programs to help organizations live out their values on campus. Serves on-call for Greek Social events and emergency response.
These positions require strong supervisory, organizational, and human relations abilities, as well as professional verbal and written communication skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products is necessary. Direct experience in student life or residential life preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. This is a twelve month, full time appointment with full university benefits. Due to the nature of the position, a residence hall efficiency apartment (furnished) and a standard Fall and Spring meal plan is provided by the University. Apartment includes internet service and local phone service.
Please attach your resume and cover letter indicating your order of preference for the above Assistant Director responsibilities to the UE online application located at: https://www.evansville.edu/offices/hr/employmentApp.cfm.
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