Description: The Assistant Director for Residential Living and Learning is a full-time live-in staff member and assists with the implementation, continued growth, and sustainability of Living-Learning Community initiatives under the supervision of the Director. Assists in the opening and closing of residential facilities.
Directly supervises two full-time Area Coordinators and a number of Resident Assistants. Manages summer use of Residence Halls for camps and conferences. Provides counseling to students on a variety of issues related to residence hall living. Assists parents and students with any concerns regarding student housing.
Minimum Requirements: A master's degree in student personnel services, higher education, counseling or related area and at least one year of experience in student services or related work. Valid driver's license and safe driving record is required. Must have strong skills in providing excellent customer service and demonstrate strong ethics. Overnight travel may be required. Evening and weekend hours may be required.
Preferred Qualifications: One to three years, or more, experience in housing and residence life. Experience with Living-Learning initiatives and programs strongly preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must have ability to effectively plan and organize work activities and prioritize task completion according to schedules and goals. Strong written and oral communication skills are needed. Must possess excellent computer skills. Previous supervisory responsibility and management of resident assistant staff preferred.
Hire Range: $32,828.00 – $36,000.00 annually
University Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday – Friday
Position Work Hours: 37.5 hours per week.
Including some nights and weekends
Class Code:CB70 – State Title: Student Service Program Coordinator II. Position #: 61068349 – Band: 05.
Applications must be submitted online at www.careers.sc.gov and received by 06/18/2019. Receipt of individual applications not acknowledged. See position status at www.lander.edu/hr. Lander University is a tobacco-free campus. All final candidates are subject to successfully completing background requirements,
Lander University is committed to equal opportunity employment and being an employer of choice. Lander believes that corresponding differences within the faculty and staff, whether based on ethnicity, race, gender, religion, age, or other experiences, are tremendous assets to the role of Lander as an educational institution and within the community, region, and state. Moreover, Lander is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. As a result, it is the policy and commitment of Lander that it will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or other protected characteristics. AA / EOE / ADA / TITLE IX