Residence Director (Anticipated)

University of the Pacific  |  Stockton, CA

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Posted one week ago Full-Time

Job Details

Position Title:

Residence Director (Anticipated)

Onsite Event Position ID: 2003
Job Type: Housing/Residence Life
Location: Stockton, CA
Positions Available: 1
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year
Institution Size: < 5,000 Students
Employer ID: 29502

Benefits

Salary Range:
$18 - $29
Additional Compensation:
Benefits: Full benefits available including medical, dental, vision and retirement Live-In Accommodations: Furnished 1-2 bedroom apartment and gold meal plan Professional Development: Funding for Professional Development Available Residential Life Committees: Opportunity to Chair/participate in Residential Life Committees Tuition Remission: The tuition remission plan permits up to 90% remission of tuition charges for full-time staff after working at the institution for a year
Housing for Position:
Live-in/on
Domestic Partners Allowed:
Yes
Housing Pets:
Cats, Dogs, Small pets in aquariums/cages
Benefits
Salary Range:
$18 - $29
Additional Compensation:
Benefits: Full benefits available including medical, dental, vision and retirement Live-In Accommodations: Furnished 1-2 bedroom apartment and gold meal plan Professional Development: Funding for Professional Development Available Residential Life Committees: Opportunity to Chair/participate in Residential Life Committees Tuition Remission: The tuition remission plan permits up to 90% remission of tuition charges for full-time staff after working at the institution for a year
Housing for Position:
Live-in/on
Domestic Partners Allowed:
Yes
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Bachelors Required
Major Preference:
Counseling, Educational Administration, Higher Education, Student Affairs, Other Education
Experience:
0-1 Year

Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Bachelors Required
Major Preference:
Counseling, Educational Administration, Higher Education, Student Affairs, Other Education
Experience:
0-1 Year

Job Requirements

RESIDENCE DIRECTOR

Department:   Residential Life and Housing

Report To:  Associate Director for Residential Life

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt

 

PRIMARY PURPOSE OR RESPONSIBILITY:

The Residence Director is a twelve-month, live-in, full-time position within the Residential Life team. Under the supervision of the Associate Director for Residential Life and/or the Assistant Director for Residential Life, the Residence Director is responsible for the planning, implementation, operation, and evaluation of a comprehensive community and residential curriculum for a specific area of campus (residence hall or apartment community).

As a member of the department’s professional staff team, the Residence Director assumes leadership responsibilities at the departmental level, including working with and chairing residential life committees, supervising special projects, and undertaking special assignments. The Residence Director has a significant role in assisting in, and the execution of departmental tasks, such as: student care and crisis management; upholding community standards and serving, as appropriate in leading Residential Conduct hearings and interventions; selection, training, and supervision training of 7-13 student residential life staff; planning and implementation of the residential curriculum; student leadership development; and administrative-related duties.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Supervises, trains, develops, and evaluates paraprofessional Assistant Residence Directors, Greek Community Assistants, and Resident Assistants by providing on-going training and facilitating development plans for these direct reports;
  2. Develops residential community by overseeing area implementation and evaluation of Residential Life curriculum and related student engagement activities and initiatives, including the overall management and assessment of programmatic objectives in assigned community;
  3. Complies with federal and state requirements for reporting, including serving as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) for all Clery Act reportable crimes, Mandated Reporter under CANRA, and Responsible Employee under Title IX;
  4. Serves as a Student Conduct Hearing Officer and adjudicates cases addressing alleged violations to residential and university policies for incidents occurring in residential communities;
  5. Serves as a member of the on-call team providing daily, evening, weekend, and campus closure on-call coverage that includes community and campus-wide responsibilities. Responds as first on-campus contact for crisis intervention and management for campus community while on-call and notifies appropriate staff members regarding crisis situations as part of the larger University emergency response team/system;
  6. Conducts student wellness and welfare checks to students as needed. Provides student care response and referral as necessary. Supports the personal, social, and academic development of residential students through coordination and communication with Student Academic Support Services, Services for Students with Disabilities, Counseling and Psychological Services, Cowell Wellness, and Intercultural Student Success;
  7. Administers program budget for assigned residential community. Serves as the primary purchaser for community’s programming needs (responsible for managing university procurement card);
  8. Essential duties may include conducting errands such as purchasing supplies for staff programs or chaperoning students to student conferences.  Drivers must be able to meet the University’s fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University and its insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record;
  9. Manage operational functions for residence halls such as key distribution and collection, damage assessment, reporting and billing, maintenance requests, and hall openings and closings; serves as facility manager for residence halls including conducting room checks, reporting and following up on housekeeping, maintenance and mover requests during the academic year; as needed, can assist in performing these duties during orientation and summer conferences.
  10. Serves as part of the Residential Life and Housing team to devise, implement, and evaluate departmental goals, policies, organization and programs;
  11. Serves as chair or member for Residential Life committees and / or support Residential Life special projects, (e.g., Student Staff Selection, Student Staff Training, advising RHA, advising NRHH, advising NRAP delegation, etc.) that may also assist with the development of other student leadership experiences, including, but not limited to hall government;
  12. Manages administration of Residential Life and Housing processes and procedures at the hall level.  Processes include: fire drills, health and safety inspections, room verifications and opening and closing procedures;
  13. Represents the department on University committees and on special projects as needed;
  14. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Experience/Certifications:

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree and experience in residential life, housing and/or student life experience.

Preferred Requirements:

Master’s degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education or related field and two years of residential life experience.

Application Information

We will be attending The Placement Exchange (TPE) and are currently accepting resumes for an anticipated Residence Director Position for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please send resumes to Maria Lazaro at mlazaro@pacific.edu if you're interested in meeting with us at TPE. In order to be consider a candidate for the position, an official application will need to be submitted once the position is posted through our HR website.

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