Position: Residence Life Coordinator
Deadline: March 2, 2020
Posted: February 14, 2020
Job Description / Duties
The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) helps to plan, implement and evaluate all Residence Life major programs and activities for students, to ensure that the strategic and operational objectives of the Residence Life program are achieved. This includes, but is not limited to: oversight of the Transition Support Model program, student conduct program, Residence Life Staff (RLS) recruitment, training, etc. The RLC supervises a student-staff team (8-10 Resident Assistant’s, 1 Residence Community Assistant, etc.) and works to facilitate and support a safe, secure and quality living experience for all students in Residence.
The incumbent in this role must be able to participate in an on-call rotation.
Qualifications / Required Skills
The successful candidate will have a 4-year degree (Master's preferred) in Social Work, Community Studies, Leadership, Human Resources, Education, or a related discipline, along with 1-3 years of experience working in a residence setting at a post-secondary institution. In addition the successful candidate will have:
Well-developed and strong interpersonal skills (effective communication, active listening skills, etc.).
Flexible and creative thinking, and ability to adapt approach based on scenario that could change in the moment.
Strong leadership skills and ability to work well on diverse teams.
Conflict resolution skills, and the ability to problem solve and make difficult and informed decisions.
Ability to develop and deliver related and relevant training programs.
ASIST, First Aid/CPR, and/or Narcan/Naloxone training preferred (will be provided if not already obtained).
Training and certifications such as ASIST, Mental Health First Aid, Non-crisis intervention, student conduct administration training, would be an asset.
Supervisory-related experience and experience developing programs and activities is an asset.
Duration of Need: 12 months with possible renewal (three years maximum)
Hours of Work: 44 hours per week with some weekend and evening work required.
Anticipated Start Date: Monday, May 4, 2020
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