This is a live-in position working 40 hours a week from August 1 -May 31.
Priority deadline for reviewing application is February 20.
Assist with community and student development; supervise a campus residence facility and work with student staff to create a robust living and learning environment for undergraduate students.
Demonstrated leadership and maturity.
Strong communication and human relation skills.
Organizational ability is required.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Experience working with college aged students and knowledge of a college campus environment is required. Direct experience in campus residence life is preferred.
Requires a baccalaureate degree. A master’s degree is preferred in the areas of student development, psychology, counseling, or a related field.
.83 FTE, 10 month position.