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Assistant Director of Residence Life

Company Name:
College of Charleston
### POSTING INFORMATION
Internal Title
Assistant Director of Residence Life
Position Type
Classified
Faculty / Non-Faculty / Administration
Non-Faculty
Pay Band
5
Level
1
Department
Res Life-Programming
Minimum Requirements
Bachelor's degree and relevant responsible experience is required. Master's degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel, Counseling or related field and a minimum of 3-5 years full-time experience in residence hall administration is preferred. Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and/or education are encouraged to apply.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Working knowledge of budget planning and fiscal operations. Excellent oral and written communication as well as planning abilities. Basic understanding of social media is desired. Proven supervisory experience. Knowledge and understanding of student issues in higher education.
Additional Comments Regarding Position
Required to be on 24/7 on-call rotation. Evening and weekend work may be necessary when not on-call. Some travel will be required.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Salary is commensurate with education/experience which exceeds the minimum requirements.
Offers of employment are contingent upon a successful background check.
All applications must be submitted online .
Salary
$31,182 - $44,438
Posting Date
03/14/2014
Closing Date
03/24/2014
Open Until Filled
No
Posting Number
2014018
Quicklink for Posting
### Job Duties
Activity
1. Develops and maintains strong collaborative partnerships with campus colleagues to ensure strong residential
community
support of student learning. Leads several residential activities that enhance the personal development of students, including a focus on academic progress, awareness of self, and awareness of others; there will be approximately 6 major programs throughout the academic year and several in collaboration with campus and community partners. Addresses diversity issues through the promotion of educational programs. Ensures student participation in department decision making and leadership of activities related to their residential and campus community through the Residence Hall Association and Hall Governments. Coordinates campus wide and community support to assist with the residence hall move in weekend activities.
Essential or Marginal
Essential
Percent of Time
45
Activity
2. Directs on-going advertising and marketing for Residence Life and Housing, to ensure high quality programs and
services
and to increase communication with the residential student body. Creates, develops and maintains a variety of department wide social media sites. Coordinates with other offices on campus to cross promote
events
and strengthen communication with residential students.
Essential or Marginal
Essential
Percent of Time
35
Activity
3. Provides informational and educational training to professional and paraprofessional employees in the area of community and student development issues. Fosters a positive living/learning environment within residence hall communities.
Essential or Marginal
Marginal
Percent of Time
5
Activity
4. Plans and manages the budget/fiscal operations of residential programs and initiatives. Oversees the administration of residence hall government accounts.
Essential or Marginal
Marginal
Percent of Time
5
Activity
5. Responsible for hiring, supervising and evaluating one to three permanent staff and approximately four students. Ensures proper training, approves time sheets and provides developmental feedback.
Essential or Marginal
Essential
Percent of Time
10
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk ( ).
1. How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
Public Job Posting
Internal Job Posting
Agency Referral
Advertisement/Publication
Personal Referral
Website
Other


Post and Courier
Word of mouth
Chronicle of Higher Education
Job fair
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## Applicant Documents
Required Documents
1. Resume
2. Cover Letter / Letter of Application
Optional Documents
1. Other Document
2. Other Document 2
3. Other Document 3

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