Educating students and staff on relevant student development theory through formal and informal programming; Developing programs and presentations on the residential and campus wide perspective; Opportunity for teaching experiences through First Year Colloquium, Resident Assistant Course and/or other leadership based or related coursework; Supervision of Resident Assistant staff; Supervision of the Night Assistant staff; Assisting with staff selection, training and evaluation process; Coordinating the Residence Hall/Community Staff Duty Schedule; Advising the Hall Council; Making daily and evening rounds throughout the residence hall/community; Conducting weekly staff meetings; Conducting weekly/bi-weekly one-on-one meetings with Resident Assistants; Coordinating and supervising the residence hall/community activity calendar; Coordinating all in-hall programs; Coordinating all activities for specially designated weekends; Resolving resident conflict through informal and formal mediation sessions; Counseling and advising students; Educating residents on University and Residence Hall Policy; Serving as a University hearing officer; Adjudicating student conduct cases as assigned; Conducting weekly inventory and maintenance check; Maintaining an up to date hall/community roster; Being on call for ‘duty’ rotation; Maintaining key inventory for community; Providing moderate administrative support for central office; Publishing a monthly Residence Hall/Community Newsletter; Providing articles for the Parents Newsletter; Participating on various campus and division committees; Performing other duties as assigned.
Previous experience in housing, residence life, judicial affairs, Greek life or related experience at a college or university.
Official transcripts are required upon employment, and will be requested directly from the college/university by Human Resources. Any expense will be the responsibility of the employee. Educational degrees required must be from an appropriately accredited institution.
If no applicants apply who meet the training & experience requirements, then management may consider other applicants. Salary would be determined based on skills, equity, budget, and market considerations.
It is the policy of UNC Asheville to conduct pre-employment background investigations on all candidates selected for employment. If hired, the candidate will be required to submit proof of eligibility to work in the United States. New employees are paid only by direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice.
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Princeton Township, NJ
New York, New York
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