Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Professional Posted On: Tue Jan 28 2020 Job Description:
Budget Title: Resident Hall Director (SL-2)
Salary: $35,803 (10 month, college-year appointment) with potential for additional compensation for summer opportunities.
Works with a team of 4-8 live-in staff members in an area of 1,000-1,600 residents
Directly supervises 6-21 Resident Assistants (the majority of RD's supervise 12-plus Resident Assistants) which includes regular one on one meetings, facilitation of staff meetings, evaluation, and coaching
Supervise a graduate-level Assistant Residential Coordinator
Responsible for developing activities emphasizing leadership and community development through implementation and promotion of the BConnected residential educational model
Promotes diversity through role modeling, challenging others, and emphasizing respect
Act as a facilitator of the student conduct process by providing follow up with students regarding concerning behavior or policy violations
Works closely with area Collegiate Professor to enhance the out-of-classroom learning experience
Collaborates with Career and Professional Development Consultant in Residence to promote career readiness in students
Collaborates with Master of Social Work interns to promote student well-being
Has autonomy in running their building while working in a team atmosphere
Regularly interacts with students during nights and weekends
Serves on a departmental committee
Establish and maintain office hours
Complete administrative tasks as assigned
Serves as an advisor and resource-person to hall and area government
Collaborates with maintenance staff to preserve and enhance facilities in the residence hall
Participate in duty rotation for campus to assist in crisis response (including periodic duty over campus breaks)
Participate in August and January training programs
Facilitate opening and closing processes
Is directly supervised by the Assistant Director of the assigned area
Has the prospect for multiple professional development opportunities
This position has a 10-month work obligation from 8/1 through 5/31 annually, requiring the staff member to live in the provided on-campus apartment; and comes with a salary of $35,803 and excellent benefits.
A Bachelor's degree
Experience in Student Affairs
One year post-undergraduate work experience
Excellent administrative, communication, leadership and decision-making skills
Ability to be self-directed while comfortable working within a team
A Master's degree in College Student Personnel or related field
Previous experience working in Residential Life
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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