Offices & Directories

Assistant Residence Hall Director - Student Conduct (Contract)

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE NON-EXEMPT POSITION OPENING
(CONTRACT)

POSITION:  Assistant Residence Hall Director (Student Conduct)
POSITION CODE:  A6710
DEPARTMENT:
  Student Life – Residence Life and Housing
APPOINTMENT:  Administrative, full-time, 40 hours/12 months
STARTING SALARY:  $13.00 per hour/ housing included
INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:  12 months
AVAILABLE:  July 1, 2013
POSTING DATE:  February 22, 2013
APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Open until filled
       
DESCRIPTION:  Under the direction of the Associate Director of Residence Life and Housing, the Assistant Residence Hall Director (ARHD) provides students with resources and experiences that complement academics to create and maintain a “sense of community” in an environment conducive to engagement, growth, learning and meaningful interpersonal skills. This ARHD supervises Community Assistants (CAs), support the Residence Life and Housing Office, and participates in the campus duty rotations for crisis intervention and emergency coverage.  The ARHD also serves in a half-time collateral assignment the Office of Student Conduct.  This collateral assignment is focused in the area of student behavior and assists the Director of Student Conduct as an integral part of the department team that supplements the living environment for all students living in residences on campus.

Duties and responsibilities include but, are not limited to:

  • Manages the residence hall (e.g. reports damage, conducts safety checks, enforces campus policies and regulations, advises community assistants in submitting work requests, etc); actively plans, participates in, and assesses programming efforts; conducts weekly staff meetings to address programmatic needs, student concerns, community-building, and other issues; advises student organizations and Community Assistant Committees; attends, instructs, and actively participates in all scheduled trainings prior to the start of school.
  • Adjudicates student conduct cases as delegated by the Director of Student Conduct; enforces all campus policies, hall rules and regulations; identifies students with personal, behavioral or developmental concerns and refers them to appropriate resources for consultation and assistance; writes appropriate communication records.
  • Supervises two to five Community Assistants; conducts annual performance evaluations and provides feedback for colleagues and supervisors for their annual reports; assists in the organization and development of Residence Hall staff selections and actively participates in the selection process.
  • Develops strong interpersonal relationships, social interactions, and community cohesiveness between staff, residents and University students; participates in special assignments, annual events and projects as assigned through Student Life: including, housing assignment process for summer, new, and returning students.
  • Participates in the Administrator On-Call Duty Rotation and responds to crisis situations.
  • Attends appropriate Division and department meetings as required; prepares monthly reports, student conduct work, and other paperwork as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree at time of offer required plus a minimum of six months of similar student related work (Community Assistant, Resident Assistant, etc) and work with community based organizations. The ideal candidate is committed to an understanding of the values of higher education, student and community development, and diversity. Candidate must have the sensitivity and ability to work with the traditional college age student, advise staff, develop and implement programs, produce effective outcomes, work effectively both individually and with groups, and have a strong understanding of social justice.  Flexibility to adjust work schedule to meet the needs of students and staff is necessary and will require attendance at evening and weekend events, as well as overnight retreats and training. Tuition remission for Master's Degree. Must be able to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty and staff. In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909/748-8040.

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter, resume, salary history, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references to apply@redlands.edu or mail to:

Human Resources
University of Redlands
PO Box 3080
Redlands CA 92373-0999 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL OUR JOBLINE AT 909/748-8883 OR VISIT www.redlands.edu/offices-directories/human-resources/jobs.aspx

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