Director of Residence Life and Conduct
Position: Director of Residence Life and Conduct
Reports to: Assistant Vice President for Student Services
- Provides vision and leadership to residence life, student conduct, housing, and residential programming.
- Directly trains, supervises and evaluates the Housing Coordinator, the Area Coordinators, and 1-2 graduate students.
- Oversees housing and meal plan assignment processes, including incoming student placement, housing selection, and room change process.
- Maintains accurate housing and meal plan records in StarRez, Colleague, and Blackboard.
- Coordinates facility management, including room inventories, work orders, billing, and the opening and closing of residence halls.
- Serves as the Student Affairs liaison to the Facilities Department.
- Oversees student staff selection, training, evaluation, and program delivery in the residence halls.
- Coordinates the staff selection, training, residential and programming component of the Pre‐College Summer Institute.
- Coordinates the annual RA banquet and Student Leadership Awards Ceremony.
- Manages departmental budgets and develop proposals for new initiatives.
- Assists in planning, assessment, and budgeting processes as dictated by the University.
- Investigates and responds accordingly to all reported violations of the Student Code of Conduct as outlined in the student handbook.
- Tracks all written incident reports to ensure appropriate reporting and compliance.
- Schedules and conducts hearings as required.
- Chairs Campus Standards Board hearings as outlined in the student handbook and when required.
- Responds to critical issues in the residence halls including roommate disputes and disciplinary concerns.
- Conducts regular educational opportunities for students.
- Processes all Academic Integrity cases and serves on the University CARE Team.
- Assists in the coordination of the Annual Campus Crime Statistics Report (Clery)
- Co-leads recruitment, selection, and training of student advisors, Campus Standard Board panel members, and faculty/staff advisors.
- Responsible for updates and revisions to the Student Handbook and the Residential Guide to Living.
- Manages a residential community 600+ students with a team of 2 Area Coordinators, 2 Graduate Assistants, 29 Resident Assistants and the Housing Coordinator.
- Works with Continuing Studies during the summer to manage the Pre-College Summer Institute housing population.
- Maintains UArts webpages for their functional areas.
- Serves in the On-Duty rotation at the Administrator on Call level.
- Serves as Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent; they do not purport to describe all functions. Incumbent may be assigned other duties, and the essential functions may change from time to time as necessary.
- Minimum Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Education, Student Affairs, or similar area.
- Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in residence life, student conduct, and/or activities.
- Must have excellent organizational and communication skills and be comfortable working within a prescribed student code of conduct, adjudicating cases, following up on all reported infractions, and the ability to provide direction to a residential community of 600+ students.
- Must be able to manage an organization and multi‐task, be competent with data, projections and databases, and be able to provide vision and goal setting to the organization.
- The ideal candidate will have experience at an urban, private college or university.
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY: The University of the Arts—a leader in developing visual and performing artists and designers since 1876—is the only university in the United States that allows its students to collaborate across traditional lines. With more than 30 majors, 30 minors and 13 graduate programs in visual arts, performing arts, design and liberal studies, UArts develops alumni who are not only leaders in their disciplines, but also
creative thinkers able to succeed in any path they choose. Our nearly 1,900 students study and create on our campus in the heart of Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, the city’s cultural center, within walking distance of hundreds of galleries, museums, theaters and other performing arts venues.
TO APPLY: Interested qualified applicants should submit a letter of application/cover letter and a resume via email to email@example.com. Please ensure job title is in the Subject line.
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