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Assistant Dean for Housing and Residence Life, Leadership and Faculty Engagement
|Job Type:||Housing/Residence Life Leadership Development/Programs Student Affairs Administration|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 8,000 Students|
The Assistant Dean of Leadership and Faculty Engagement will create, develop, direct, and coordinate the recruitment, selection, and training of HRL student leadership roles and the training for full time Residence Coordinators. The Assistant Dean will lead all faculty engagement initiatives including serving as main HRL liaison for Living and Learning Communities and the Faculty in Residence program. The Assistant Dean will also lead the signature residential leadership programs of HRL.
35% Provide direction and vision for all student leadership processes, including recruitment, selection, training and ongoing development. Design and develop marketing campaigns for the resident assistant and graduate resident positions. Collaborate with campus partners and community colleagues to actively recruit student leaders into both roles. Maintain communication and uphold human resource processes for candidates in processes. Adhere to Duke University human resources, and state and federal law protocols regarding the successful selection, hiring nad training of paraprofessional staff both deomestic and international. Serve as the curriculum designer and instructional evaluation coordinator for the Residence Assistant Leadership Institute course for all new hire and alternate RA candidates. Lead creation and implementation of training program for Residence Coordinators and other Residence Life professionals as needed. Supervision of one graduate assistant who will assist with these processes.
30% Develop and sustain living environments that celebrate learning as an intregral focus of the residential and university experience. Forge partnerships within academic and student affairs to ensure delivery of a residential experience characterized by faculty engagement. Serve as HRL lead for the Faculty in Residence program and all Living and Learning communities and contribute to assessment of all such programs.
15% Lead development of major HRL student leadership initiatives including training for house council officers and advisement of the Resident Assistant Leadership Council. Supervision of one graduate assistant who will assist with these processes.
10% Manage and oversee multiple budgets. Ensure proper procedures are folowed and excellent stewardship of funds is provided.
10% Maintain awareness and assist with response to numerous community issues including many related to mental health, student conduct and physical health. Collaborate with university colleagues to provide support to students in crisis and facilitate effective responses to student behavioral issues. Ensure appropriate compliance with FERPA, HIPPA, TItle IX, and Cleary Act elements that connect to residence life team. Serive on the University Emergency Dean on Call rotation responding to all major concerns with both undergraduate and graduate students. Expected to be available for contact 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org AND apply via the Duke HR portal: https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/ra/human-resources/job-openings. Applications will be accepted through Friday, April 19 at 5 pm.
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