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Residential Life Coordinator
|Onsite Event Position ID:||2283|
|Job Type:||Housing/Residence Life|
|Institution Type:||Public, 4-year|
|Institution Size:||< 30,000 Students|
Housing and Residential Life at FIU seek Residential Life Coordinator candidates who go out of their way to build individual relationships with and educate students within and outside of the residence hall community. We seek RLC candidates who have infectious positive energy to build authentic relationships and relate to different people from all backgrounds. We also recognize that if you are too rigid and rely too much on structure HRL at FIU may not be the place for you. Also if you are not able to take the intiative to get outside of your community and office, you will not be successfull in HRL at FIU. HRL at FIU is in the midst of implementing and operationalizing a residential curriculum. We therefore are looking for individuals who will approach new challenages and change in a respectful manner. We expect our staff to be self-directed problem solvers.
We will be honest; HRL at FIU is not for everybody. If you spend your time only venting to not solve anything, thrive in being a siloed environment, or your pron to disengage or disconnect mentally, emotionally, and physically then we are probably not for you. However, if you take a grown mindset approach, optimistic and enthusiastic about student learning and development, care personally and challenge directly, and naturaully collaborative we would love for you to apply to our RLC position!
Residential Life Coordinators (RLCs) are educators who are responsible for leading and educating the residence hall community. RLCs create, implement, and manage a comprehensive residential curricular plan designed to contribute to students’ personal development, community, social justice, and global responsibility.
The major areas of responsibility of the Residential Life Coordinator include the following:
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Student Learning, Development, and Success
The RLC oversees the promotion of individual and group development through the implementation of the Residential Curriculum. As an educator, the RLC will:
The RLC supervises staff who are selected to be in their assigned residence hall(s). As a supervisor, the RLC will:
The RLC ensures residents feel included and the community provides an environment where students are able to invest in academics and their community. As a role model and professional, the RLC will:
Student Conduct and Crisis Intervention
The RLC responds and intervenes in crisis in a calm and professional manner. The RLC must demonstrate patience while being an educator during and after incidents. As a crisis responder and conduct officer, the RLC will:
Administration & Building Management
The RLC maintains an efficient and effective residence hall operation. As an administrator, the RLC will:
Master's Degree in related discipline and prior work experience in Housing and Residential Life. Graduate level residence life staff experience, supervising resident assistants and advising student organizations are preferred. Experience working with residential curriculum or curricular approach is strongly preferred.
This is a full‑time, 12 month, live‑in professional staff member of the Department of Housing and Residential Life at Florida International University reporting directly to an Assistant Director. RLCs must live in an apartment on campus in order to perform the duties of the RLC position. Apartments are furnished and utilities, cable, and internet are included.
RLC typical work hours are 9am-5pm Monday-Friday with additional nights and weekend commitments.
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