Texas Tech University

Lubbock, Texas

Institution Info

1 Active Postings


Institution Type:

Public, 4-year

Institution Size: 30,000 & Over Students

Active Job Postings

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    Residence Life Coordinator

    Conference Attendees Only
    Housing/Residence Life

    Residence Life Philosophy

    University Student Housing at Texas Tech University is an innovative department committed to serving residents through customer service and the creation of environments that support the intellectual and emotional growth of our students. We collaborate with students, faculty and staff to foster a seamless learning experience that promotes Civility, Achievement, Engagement, Character and Independence to develop responsible,…

    Salary Range:
    $35,000 - $35,000
    Additional Compensation
    The Residence Life Coordinator position is a 12-month appointment with an annual salary of $35,000 with an opportunity for merit-based increase. The state of Texas has no state income tax. Staff members accumulate both annual leave and sick leave in addition to University Holidays. The Residence Life Coordinator is considered professional University personnel and is expected to work during student vacation periods unless personal accrued leave is approved, or an official university holiday has been designated. Additional benefits include participation in the Teacher’s Retirement System of Texas, medical and dental insurance programs, optional insurance coverage (term life & dependent term life, accidental death & dismemberment, short-term and long-term disability, etc.) and participation in the state agency longevity program. Health coverage starts the first day of the month after your 60th day of employment. An Employee Tuition Assistance Program is available to Residence Life Coordinators upon approval from their supervisor. Enrollment in a degree program must be earned to utilize this program. Professional Development Funds are also available. A fully furnished one to two-bedroom apartment within the assigned residence hall complex is provided at no expense including utilities, small kitchen unit, internet access, and basic cable television. A meal plan is provided to Residence Life Coordinators while the dining halls are in service, reserved parking is available upon the individual purchase of a campus parking permit. University Student Housing has a Professional Staff Occupant Policy which allows one additional occupant to reside in the provided apartment pending a background check and approval process (the exception being dependent children). University Student Housing has a Professional Staff Pet Policy which would allow one pet of the following nature: one indoor cat or one indoor dog (no more than 40lbs) or one fish tank (up to 25 gallons). An application process and pet deposit are required prior to obtaining the pet.
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