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Interim Manager, Residence Life Programming and Program Partnerships - Job Reference #202404-01C - King's University College

updated on 8:19 AM, May 14, 2024
Province: London, Ontario
Position: Interim Manager, Residence Life Programming and Program Partnerships - Job Reference #202404-01C
Deadline: May 23, 2024

Job Description / Duties

The Interim Manager, Residence Life Programming and Program Partnerships will coordinate all aspects of residence programming and program related partnerships, manage Residence Office social media communications, and fulfill a share of staff supervision with other managers in the Residence and Campus Life Office. This position’s primary areas of responsibility are:

Develop, deliver, and assess a residence education-based framework with established learning outcomes and assessment plans, informed by current student development research and residence life standards, and in alignment with King’s academic mission. This framework will include: residence programming, student staff unit programming, posted materials, social media content, and student staff training modules to support programming requirements.
Manage Residence Office social media accounts related to residence life programming.
Develop and implement social media communications, linked to time-specific information needs, and residence life program.
Oversee KUCRC (Residence Council) training, leadership development and activities.
Manage the residence life programming budget. Develop and manage student positions as required in support of program delivery.
Assume assigned portion of shared responsibilities for the effective management of residence operations, including: residence staff supervision, minor conduct issues, and day to day issues in assigned units; resident support and follow up in assigned units, participation in staff training, and hiring process; afterhours, weekend, holiday on call responsibilities; general support for arising day to day issues, and office coverage
Develop partnerships and collaborative planning and program delivery with key partners on campus in support of the residence programming plan (e.g.: Campus Ministry, The Write Place, academic mentoring programs, etc.)

Qualifications / Required Skills

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (unless identified as preferred):

Bachelor’s Degree
2 years experience in residence operations, or another applicable student services role
Ability to take initiative, manage multiple priorities, juggle complex tasks, and meet deadlines under pressure.
Excellent oral and written communication, presentation (public speaking), interpersonal, problem solving and organizational skills.
Demonstrated ability in the application of student development theory and learning strategies are an asset.
Ability to work independently and cooperatively in a team environment and the ability to work effectively with staff, students, faculty and external stakeholders.
Employment based experience in social media content creation and communication plans
Proficient with a wide range of technical systems and tools as a regular function of work, including content management systems, project management software, databases, word processing and spreadsheet applications such as MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
Requires flexibility to work beyond regular office hours for extended hours at peak operational times (eg: staff training end of August, start of residence year in September), with the expectation of regular evening and weekend work in support of programming, and on call duties on a scheduled basis (September-end of contract).
Experience integrating culturally sensitive and innovative approaches to programming, based in anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion practices.

Additional Information


Full Time Contract – 35 hours per week

EFFECTIVE DATE: June 24, 2024 to January 10, 2025

References required upon request. Please quote the Job Reference # in your application. Interested persons may apply by clicking Apply Now.

Job candidates will be asked to provide a satisfactory vulnerable persons police clearance within 3 months of hire date.

Job description available upon request.

Salary: PSG 14 - $73,704 - $92,287 per annum (dependent on experience)

Contact Information

King's Human Resources 519-433-3491

Employer Profile

Working at King’s University College, you join a community that is bound together by mutual respect, shared trust, and a common love of learning. The creation of this authentic community is inspired by the College’s Catholic character. Within this supportive environment, the understanding of our world and our place within it is achieved in a deeper and fuller way. We provide an opportunity to “Be and Become” for our employees and our students alike!