Residence Hall Coordinator

East Carolina University  |  Greenville, NC

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Job Overview

Posted 4 days ago Full-Time

Job Details

Position Title:

Residence Hall Coordinator

Onsite Event Position ID: 2737
Job Type: Housing/Residence Life
Location: Greenville, NC
Positions Available: 2
Institution Type: Public, 4-year
Institution Size: < 20,000 Students
Employer ID: 18977
Application Deadline: 04/13/2021

Stated Non-Discrimination Policy

Gender Expression / Identity Sexual Orientation

Benefits

Salary Range:
$42,500 - $42,500
Additional Compensation:
Furnished apartment, plus excellent benefits including health insurance and up to $750 of professional development funding, if allowed by University guidelines, after 1st year. All new staff attend the NC Housing Officers Conference, fully covered by the department.
Housing for Position:
Live-in/on
Domestic Partners Allowed:
Yes
Housing Pets:
Cats, Dogs, Birds, Small pets in aquariums/cages
Benefits
Salary Range:
$42,500 - $42,500
Additional Compensation:
Furnished apartment, plus excellent benefits including health insurance and up to $750 of professional development funding, if allowed by University guidelines, after 1st year. All new staff attend the NC Housing Officers Conference, fully covered by the department.
Housing for Position:
Live-in/on
Domestic Partners Allowed:
Yes
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Masters Required
Major Preference:
Educational Administration, Higher Education, Student Affairs
Experience:
0-1 Year

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

Position Description

Residence Hall Coordinators manage a community of 275-500 students supervising 8-14 Resident Advisors. Coordinators foster the development of a living-learning environment in the residence hall to promote student and community development. They help to ensure safe, secure, and functioning facilities while providing an environment that encourages and supports student success. Some halls host a Living-Learning Community (LLC) and work closely with Academic and Faculty Partners. Coordinators advise a Hall Government and provide oversight for hall programming efforts and academic initiatives. By promoting concepts of inclusion and social justice, Coordinators help create a positive community climate and greater global understanding for our students. Coordinators serve as hearing officers for student conduct cases promoting student responsibility for behavior. Coordinators respond to students' needs, concerns, and emergencies providing immediate attention and follow-up support. Coordinators manage a variety of administrative responsibilities including paperwork, meeting attendance and facilitation, office hours, and on-call coverage. Coordinators work independently but also collaborate often with other team members in the department, the division, and campus community.


Job Requirements

Master's Degree in College Student Personnel or related area. Housing experience preferred. Candidates should have knowledge of student development theory, counseling, crisis management, diversity and social justice, while possessing strong communication skills and administrative abilities. Start date is July 20, 2021.

Application Information

Completing an application on the East Carolina University website is required. Candidates must submit a resume/curriculum vitae, a cover letter/letter of interest, and a list of references with contact information. The job posting is available under EHRA Non-Faculty positions.

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