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Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Loy Neighborhood
|Job Type:||Fraternity & Sorority Housing/Residence Life|
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 8,000 Students|
The Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Loy Neighborhood is a 12-month, live-in position that assists in the management of daily operations/functions for Residence Life and oversees the management of the Loy Neighborhood. Loy is a residential community of 192 affiliated women and men living in 19 university-owned chapter houses.
• Respond to residence life operational needs and manage department projects at the direction of the Associate Director, including housing selection, marketing, reports, and assignments.
• Oversee room change days and assist with room change, cancellation, and open spaces paperwork and data entry.
• Manage the early arrival desk operation and implementation.
• Manage the process and paperwork necessary for opening, breaks, and closing, including residential room health and safety inspections conducted after opening and during breaks.
• Assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from housing issues brought forth by students, parents, or by referral from the community. Utilize customer service skills via phone, email, and individual contact.
• Assist with returning and new student housing selection processes. Coordinate data entry of student assignment information.
• Create strong partnerships within the Student Life division and with other departments, including but not limited to: security/campus police, student involvement, faculty, dining services, academic support services, physical plant, and other administrative offices.
• Serve as an Administrator On-Call (first-responder) in the on-call campus duty rotation.
• Some night and weekend hours will be expected. Student staff meetings occur on Wednesday evenings.
• Support divisional and departmental goals.
• Other duties assigned by the Residence Life Leadership Team.
• Work directly with the Loy Neighborhood, a residential community of 192 Greek affiliated women and men living in 19 university-owned chapter houses. Foster relationships with students that model care for the individual, inclusive excellence, support for learning and academic success through reflective practices, ethical leadership personal and peer accountability, and integration with the greater Elon campus experience.
• Liaison with Student Involvement in working with the fraternity and sorority community to engage organization members in experiences that enhance value-based leadership and student success.
• Strengthen Loy neighborhood identity by connecting to the goals of the Residential Campus Experience.
• Strengthen Loy Neighborhood identity as a Living-Learning Community and promote faculty engagement in the residential experience.
• Lead the Loy Neighborhood Association with designated partners and students.
• Lead the selection and training of chapter house managers and house captain coordinators in partnership with Student Involvement.
• Evaluate house managers and house captain coordinators.
• Work closely with Student Involvement in oversight of housing selection, assignments, and cancellations.
• Model and promote inclusive excellence and the celebration of diverse identities, experiences, and perspectives between and among fraternities and sororities in Loy.
• Collaborate across the university to develop strong residential experiences that integrates the students’ academic, residential and social experiences.
• Work with Residence Life and Physical Plant to ensure quality facilities management in the Loy neighborhood.
Apply here: https://elon.peopleadmin.com/postings/5975
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