The Residential Life Coordinator is a live-in position that works independently, under general supervision, to oversee 600 to 1400 co-educational students in a University Housing Services (UHS) complex and assists in the development and provision of all Residential Life activities.
- Assist in team planning, establishing goals and objectives to enhance the residential experience
- Execute departmental processes (i.e. move-in, move-out, occupancy checks, room changes, assignments, etc.) in collaboration with UHS operation team
- Utilize online and desktop programs to manage facilities work orders, hall occupancy, and hall resources (StarRez)
- Monitor and/or administer student employee scheduling and payroll
- Provide leadership, direction, and support for educational initiatives under the Residential Curriculum Model, respond to individual resident needs and coordinate co-curricular programming to promotes departmental learning goals
- Assist in the collection of evaluation of student learning and satisfaction assessments to identify gaps and make improvements as needed
- Serve on at least (1) departmental committee to plan, execute and evaluate staff recruitment and training
- Assumes daily, evening, weekend and vacation on-call coverage that include both community and campus-wide responsibilities
- Respond as first on-campus professional level contact for crisis intervention and management for the residential community via a 24-hour on-call; notify department/campus staff members regarding crisis situations as applicable
- Co-supervise 21-36 Resident Advisors (RAs) and 1-2 Hall Office Coordinators (HOC)
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- General knowledge of interviewing and counseling techniques, and ability to listen and reason logically
- General knowledge of group facilitation, oral presentation and public speaking skills
- Ability to collect, compile, analyze, and evaluate factual data and make oral or written presentations based on these data
- Ability to maintain dignity and self-control in stressful situations; and ability to respond to emergency and crisis situations
- Ability to use initiative and resourcefulness in planning work assignments and in implementing long-range program improvements
- Ability to advise students individually or in groups on routine matters, and general knowledge of principles of Individual and group behavior
- Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, staff, and faculty, administrators, and private and public agencies
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and appropriately handle sensitive communications with employees and external agencies
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Excellent customer service and public relations skills
- Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university in a related field, including or supplemented by upper division graduate coursework in counseling techniques, interviewing, and conflict resolution
- Two years of professional experience in one of the student services program areas or in a related field. A master's degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Social Work, or a directly related field may be substituted for one year of experience.
- Master’s Degree in Student Affairs, Education, Counseling or a related field
- Residence Hall Management experience
- Experience providing education about Diverse Populations
- Leadership Program Development experience
- Student Conduct/Judicial Affairs experience
- Supervision experience
- Experience teaching and/or presenting educational workshops
Classification: Student Services Professional II
Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,610/month
CSU Hiring Range: $4,610/month - $6,556/month
San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary.
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- Letter of Interest
All applicants must apply within the specified application period: February 3, 2023 through February 20, 2023. This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university.
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