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Associate Director for Student Care at University of Portland

This position is an integral member of the Residence Life Leadership team, specializing in case management informed by best practices in social work. Working across department and division lines to coordinate care for students of concern living on campus, this position will work closely with the Care Team Coordinator to provide leadership and guidance to residence hall directors in their roles as non-clinical case managers. Serving on a central office team that includes the Director of Residence Life and associate directors for housing operations and community standards, this position will also be involved with residence life work related to department leadership, supervision of professional staff, and program coordination vital to the student experience.

This is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position with benefits. Benefits include: medical & dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, sick & vacation time, tuition remission benefits starting after 90 days (employee) or 2 years (spouse and children) of employment, retirement contributions after 2 years of employment, and eligibility for the University’s home purchase assistance program consistent with program requirements. (Please note that eligibility for all University benefits is subject to applicable policies, practices, and requirements.)

CORE DUTIES

Student Care:

Collaborate with University’s Care Team Coordinator and Director of Residence Life to coordinate support for at-risk students.

Supervise and support residence hall directors in their roles as non-clinical case managers.

Serve as an active member of University’s Early Alert and Behavioral Intervention & Threat Assessment teams.

Connect students with resources through key partners and resources internally and externally to ensure an early intervention approach.

Communicate in a timely and effective manner with campus partners, particularly academic affairs, who are integral to the network of care and support provided to students.

Oversee a graduate student from an area master’s program in social work:

Provide appropriate orientation and training opportunities for the MSW student’s field placement at the University of Portland.

Prepare for and provide at least one hour of weekly individual supervision for the MSW student.

Complete quarterly field evaluations of the MSW student.

Department Leadership:

Coordinate Residence Life departmental initiatives related to student leadership, development, and formation. These include, but are not limited to, training and development of Resident Assistants and management of the residence hall-based co-curricular Ambassador Student Leadership program.

Assist with the on-going training and development of Residence Life professional and paraprofessional staff.

Provide direct supervision and guidance to full-time residence hall directors.

Serve in an on-call rotation with director and other associate directors to provide administrative backup for emergencies and other evening and weekend consultations with residence hall staff.

Participate in other departmental and/or University programs as assigned, which may include serving as a University hearing officer in the student conduct or Title IX process or serving as an instructor for the resident assistant leadership course (if qualified).

For more information and to apply visit https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=61792

 

Residence Coordinator at the University of Alaska Anchorage
Interested in joining a dynamic Residence Life team in a beautiful setting? The Department of Residence Life (DRL) at the University of Alaska Anchorage seeks a dedicated and enthusiastic leader for a full-time, 3-year term, 10 month/year Residence Coordinator. This is a live-in position in UAA’s On-Campus Living community.

Position: Residence Coordinator

DEPARTMENT OF RESIDENCE LIFE:

Connect residential students with academic, leadership and social engagement opportunities to strengthen their sense of belonging at UAA, and facilitate relationships with campus partners to ensure students are aware of the various support services available to them.

The Department of Residence Life provides students with a living and learning environment that supports the academic experience. Our team is dedicated to serving the needs of students living on campus. The programs, services, and activities we offer are designed to augment students’ educational experiences and provide the framework for active participation in each community. In the area of leadership and involvement, resident students have a strong voice regarding campus issues through their local governing body, the Residence Hall Association. Our residential learning communities connect students with people, programs, and activities that support their educational goals and academic success. Residence Life at UAA provides you the opportunity work with faculty members in our Living/Learning and Theme communities, as well as exciting collaborative programming initiatives with campus partners and collateral assignments.

The University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Residence Life (Student Affairs) and the Department of Housing, Dining and Conference Services (Business Services) work closely together to ensure that all aspects of the residential student experience, from housing applications to room maintenance, and from community involvement to academic success, are addressed. We are looking for a teammate that believes that it is our job to provide a student access to the best possible experience they can have. Our most successful candidate will be one that has a great sense of humor.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

Knowledge of environmental impact on students; behavioral theories; student and community development theories; safety and security issues/strategies; facility operations; ability to supervise/mentor; UAA and community resources; nationally accepted student conduct standards and federal laws pertaining to student disciplinary processes; crisis assessment; emergency response/support; victim assistance/advocacy; personal counseling/referral; and incident debriefing. Familiarity with Title IX and the ability to perform as a Mandated Reporter.

Skills that excel in communication – verbal/written; assessment for environmental, health and safety issues; fact finding; confrontation; mediation; documentation; presentation; application of behavioral standards/policies; student program planning and organizing; leadership and team development; active listening; consulting; organizational management; staff development/training/supervision; and creativity. Knowledge of university student population issues, including, but not limited to: diversity, alcohol/drugs, safety and security, or health concern.

Ability to advise university student governance groups. The desire and ability to work with and support diverse groups of people.

Ability to issue developmental and educational sanctions; comparing trends and analyze data; maintaining confidentiality; planning and organizing student programs; scheduling student employees; assessing student needs and interests; budgeting; role-modeling; public speaking/presenting; motivating; facilitating meetings; developing and training teams.

Excellent communication skills as well as public speaking skills. Knowledge of student development theories. Skills and training in conflict resolution, mediation, critical incident response and management. Independent decision-making skills. Knowledge of student-centered training practices, and ability to motivate and supervise staff. Diversity and multicultural sensitivity training. Understanding of due process and ability to process student conduct proceedings. Computer skills to be used in spreadsheet management and word processing. The ideal candidate would be one who has a great sense of humor.

An understanding of the Federal Education Rights and Protection Act (FERPA) and its implications is preferred.

Required Experience:

Experience working in a university residence life program. Experience with administration and/or management of a system or program. Educational and community programming experience or support. Experience providing response for crisis, conflict mediation, counseling or intervention in a university environment. One year of professional live-in residence hall experience preferred.

Education Required:

Master degree required (preferably in a student services related field), plus experience implementing university level student development theories.

Successful applicants must provide official transcripts documenting academic credentials required for the position as a condition of employment. Qualifying earned degrees must be conferred either by institutions of higher education which are accredited by one of the six US regional accrediting associations or by an equivalent international institution of higher education as determined by UAA based on a review by a foreign educational credential evaluation service and recognized by UAA.

Special Conditions:

Finalists must complete an Authorization for Release of Information form and receive satisfactory background check results as a condition of employment. This is a live-in position requiring the employee to reside in a Residence Hall apartment. A meal plan is provided during the academic year. This position has a three-year term limit.

Salary: $2,065.60/biweekly minimum

Review Date:

March 25, 2020

Close Date:

April 3, 2020 at 11:55pm Alaska Standard Time.

Anticipated Start Date:

This position will start July 12, 2020.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

Knowledge of environmental impact on students; behavioral theories; student and community development theories; safety and security issues/strategies; facility operations; ability to supervise/mentor; UAA and community resources; nationally accepted student conduct standards and federal laws pertaining to student disciplinary processes; crisis assessment; emergency response/support; victim assistance/advocacy; personal counseling/referral; and incident debriefing.

Skills that excel in communication – verbal/written; assessment for environmental, health and safety issues; fact finding; confrontation; mediation; documentation; presentation; application of behavioral standards/policies; student program planning and organizing; leadership and team development; active listening; consulting; organizational management; staff development/training/supervision; and creativity. Knowledge of university student population issues, including, but not limited to: diversity, alcohol/drugs, safety and security, or health concern. Ability to advise university student governance groups.

Ability to issue developmental and educational sanctions; comparing trends and analyze data; maintaining confidentiality; planning and organizing student programs; scheduling student employees; assessing student needs and interests; budgeting; role-modeling; public speaking/presenting; motivating; facilitating meetings; developing and training teams.

Excellent communication skills as well as public speaking skills. Knowledge of student development theories. Skills and training in conflict resolution, mediation, critical incident response and management. Independent decision-making skills. Knowledge of student-centered training practices, and ability to motivate and supervise staff. Diversity and multicultural sensitivity training. Understanding of due process and ability to process student conduct proceedings. Computer skills to be used in spreadsheet management and word processing. The ideal candidate would be one who has a great sense of humor..

An understanding of the Federal Education Rights and Protection Act (FERPA) and its implications is preferred.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

Experience working in a university residence life program.

Experience with administration and/or management of a system or program.

Educational and community programming experience or support.

Experience providing response for crisis, conflict mediation, counseling or intervention in a university environment.

One year of professional live-in residence hall experience preferred.

TYPICAL EDUCATION OR TRAINING:

Masters degree required (preferably in a student services related field), plus experience implementing university level student development theories.

Successful applicants must provide official transcripts documenting academic credentials required for the position as a condition of employment. Qualifying earned degrees must be conferred either by institutions of higher education which are accredited by one of the six US regional accrediting associations or by an equivalent international institution of higher education as determined by UAA based on a review by a foreign educational credential evaluation service and recognized by UAA.

Term Position:

This position is a term-funded position and is reviewed annually for contract renewal at the University’s discretion.

Reasonable Accommodation Statement:

The University of Alaska (UA) is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities throughout the applicant screening process. If you need assistance in completing this application or during any phase of the interview process, please contact UA Human Resources by phone at 907-450-8200.

Affirmative Action Statement:

UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/nondiscrimination

Background Check:

The successful applicant is required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.

Probationary Period:

Pursuant to University Regulation 04.07.020, new employees of the University are employed in an at-will probationary status for the first six months of employment. During the probationary period, employment may be terminated for no reason or any reason. Promoted employees also serve a probationary period with limited rights of retreat.

Public Disclosure Statement:

Your application for employment with the University of Alaska is subject to public disclosure under the Alaska Public Records Act.

University of Alaska is a Drug-Free Workplace.

University of Alaska campuses are Tobacco-Free.

Training Policy:

It is the policy of the University of Alaska (UA) that all employees are required to complete training to meet the requirements of the positions they hold, and to complete the required training within a specified period to remain employed at the UA.

Contact Information:

If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact University of Alaska HR at 907-450-8200.

 

Residence Director at Portland State University
Portland State University is hiring 3 Residence Director Positions in University Housing and Residence Life! Join our dedicated team and live in the heart of downtown Portland while working at this innovative and diverse university! Each position is very different and we are looking for diverse skill sets in each. Check out the Higher Ed Jobs link for information about the three positions and how to apply or go to https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/ directly!

https://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=176965243

 

Residence Life Facilitator - Operations and Conferences at Capilano University
Capilano University in beautiful North Vancouver, BC is currently seeking a Residence Life Facilitator – Operations and Conferences. Posting closes of March 25, 2020.

Working with us:
At Capilano University, students are our focus. Employees play an essential role in creating an exceptional learning experience for students and a thriving campus community. Together, we are a high-performing team of individuals who make Capilano University one of the leading teaching universities in British Columbia and one of BC’s Top Employers. Grounded by our sense of purpose, we offer a meaningful, friendly and dynamic work environment.

As a member of the Student Housing Services team, you will be instrumental in helping achieve operational and student success in CapU Residence through the implementation of a diverse array of programs and initiatives in a variety of portfolios. You will be engaging in the areas of summer conference rentals, marketing and communications, and residence facilities/IT projects, while supporting the day-to-day operations and student experience in CapU Residence. We are looking for someone to help us continue to build our operational and student success and create exceptional experiences for our employee and student community. You will work with a team of talented Student Housing Services professionals, an engaged community, and a driven executive team.

Do you share our purpose and passion?

What you’ll do
• Leads the summer conference rental and summer operations portfolio including bookings, services, and customer/student experience and contributes to the future development of the summer rentals program.
• Develops new marketing and promotional strategies and initiatives for CapU Residence, prepares all communications for prospective and current residents, and contributes to the assessment of existing programs in Student Housing Services.
• Acts as the main point of contact for projects and activities related to the improvement and maintenance of spaces, software, and equipment in residence.
• Provides 24 hour on-call coverage to the residence community on a scheduled, rotating basis, responding to emergencies related to facilities or persons. Maintains a 45 minute maximum incident response time. Note: this position is not required to live in residence.

What you’ll bring
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as psychology, social work, business or education or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Three (3) years of experience in post-secondary student housing and residence life or directly related field with demonstrated work and training related to student development.
• Formal training in mental wellness crisis response (ASIST, Mental Health First Aid, etc.) and/or extensive experience effectively responding to crises of this nature.

For more information, visit http://jobs-capilanou.peopleadmin.com/postings/2975.

 

Director of Q Center @ University of Washington
The Q Center has an outstanding opportunity for a Director who will provide broad leadership in the area of student development, academic success, and well-being. While the staffing is small, the Director has broad responsibilities in serving as a primary advocate and educator to University leadership about issues, trends, and best practices related to the LGBTQIA+ student community and in providing consultation and referral for University departments with regard to enhancing a safe and respectful environment for Queer students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

The Director requires broad knowledge in the student growth and development and excellent management and leadership skills. This role provides leadership and consultation regarding the campus LGBTQIA+ community, policies/protocols/practices, well-being, and advocacy. The Director must be an effective University leader and champion. The role requires an individual who can coordinate programs, services, and outreach to assist with student success and retention.

Leadership

Provide strategic and creative leadership for the development and implementation of initiatives, policies, and procedures related to the campus LGBTQIA+/Queer community.
Advocate for and educate on issues, trends, and best practices
Evaluate departmental and program effectiveness and strategically plan to continually improve effectiveness and efficiency.
Develop the strategy and direction for the enhancement of a welcoming, encouraging, supportive, and affirming campus environment.
Provide resources and referrals for the Queer student community and broader campus community.
Develop, manage, and maintain the annual budget and related policies and protocols.
Develop and implement trainings and workshops for the campus community
Maintain collaborative partnerships in relation to information sharing, outreach, academic support, behavioral and mental health, campus resources, leadership opportunities, and mentoring activities.

Management

Provide operational and administrative supervision for 2 FTE and 8-10 student employees.
Supervise the hiring, training, and evaluation of staff and student employees.
Maintain and enhance educational training programs including but not limited to Safe Zone, Queer 101, and the Queer Mentoring Program.
Maintain, develop, and implement policies and procedures.
Supervise departmental budget and fiscal operations.
Prepare annual reports regarding activities, initiatives, programs, and outcomes.
Provide periodic reports as requested.
Engage in regular assessment and inquiry of staff, programs, and services.
The Director directly supervises 2 full-time staff members

Work may periodically include programs and meetings on evenings and weekends.

As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.

Qualifications:

Master’s Degree in Higher Education, Student Personnel, Counseling, Social Work, or Education

4-8 years additional experience in the following:
Professional experience working with LGBTQIA+/Queer community, preferably in a college/university setting.
Experience cultivating a work culture that honors and uplifts the intersections and humanity of all identities.
Ability to build and sustain partnerships and collaborative relationships.
Knowledge and understanding of intersecting, multiple identities and interlocking systems of privilege and oppression.
Demonstrated leadership in the development of programs and services.

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.

Desired Qualification:

Masters Degree with a combination of work experience in student development, higher education administration, social work, counseling, and education.

Application Process:
The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Workforce Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select “Apply to this position”. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your “My Jobs” page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your “My Jobs” page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.
Committed to attracting and retaining a diverse staff, the University of Washington will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/eng/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=176193&szCandidateID=0&szReturnToSearch=1&utm_campaign=director-q-center-176193&utm_medium=click&utm_source=the-seattle-times

Associate Director of Q Center at University of Washington
ACADEMIC SERVICES-ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, HUB: Q CENTER
Req #: 176640
Department: Q CENTER
Posting Date: 02/11/2020
Closing Info: Open Until Filled
Salary: Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
Shift: First Shift
As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.

UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a “Great College to Work For” for six consecutive years.

The Q Center has an outstanding opportunity for an Associate Director. This position will assist the Director in developing, managing, promoting, and strengthening the effectiveness of LGBTQA+ programs and resources through the University of Washington Q Center; providing professional development and campus leadership on issues related to gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation; hiring, training, and supervising staff; promoting collaboration and partnerships across campus to advance support, safety, and inclusion of LGBTQA+ students, faculty, and staff.

This position supervises a growing staff of 9 – 10 members and is ultimately responsible for all programming operations (education, policy advocacy, Safe Zone training, support and referral services, community building, peer mentoring). The Associate Director also collaborates with the Director to develop the Q Center’s strategic plan, standard operating procedures, fundraising efforts, program evaluation, and campus needs assessments. This position requires a broad body of knowledge in Student Life practice, as well as specialized knowledge of LGBTQA+ issues, social identity development, intersectional frameworks, and ally development. This position also requires significant knowledge of health and mental health resources, and must be proficient in brief crisis intervention and service referrals.

The Associate Director is ultimately responsible for the center’s daily operations including planning, budgeting, delivery and evaluation of LGBTQA+ programming, training and supervision of student staff, and cultivating external partnerships. In addition to providing education, advocacy, and support services, this position provides broad consultations to the university community regarding the climate, safety, wellness, and positive identity development of/for LGBTQA+ students, faculty, and staff.

Responsibilities:
Student Support and Development
Provide direct and ongoing support of LGBTQA+ students to promote their personal, social, academic and professional development, and advocacy to support students in navigating through challenges, discrimination, and bias incidents.

Manage the the LGBTQA+ Peer Mentoring Program, discussion groups, and informal networking and community efforts to promote peer to peer support and connection to UW’s LGBTQA+ resources

Provide advising, support, and student leadership development to student organizations including the Queer People of Color Alliance, AdvoQTs, ASUW Queer Student Commission, academic department-based LGBTQA+ organizations, Delta Lambda Phi, and multicultural organizations.

Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with staff, faculty, administrators, offices, departments, and student organizations to ensure that a comprehensive and effective network of support is in place across campus to effectively and collaboratively support, provide services, and respond to the needs of LGBTQA+ students, students of color, and underrepresented students.

Assist in the retention and persistence of underrepresented students by addressing academic, social, cultural, financial, and climate issues.

Department Operations and Supervision of Staff

Supervise, train, evaluate, schedule, and delegate work for ~10 student staff, 15 Safe Zone volunteer facilitators, LGBTQA+ mentors, and undergraduate and graduate student interns.

Primary management of daily operational procedures and programs of the Q Center, as well as long-term strategic planning.

Manage the budgets for staff as well as individual programs and events by preparing budget projections and reports. Participation in annual Student Activities Fee (SAF) budget review process.

Conduct evaluation of programs, office procedures, the work of staff, and own professional work.

Oversight of websites, design of office brochures, and promotion of the work of the office and other collaborative resources through social media.

Support of fundraising opportunities such as donor cultivation, newsletter development, crowd funding, grant applications, and fundraising events.

Outreach and Professional/Organizational Development

Design and manage Safe Zone trainings that service hundreds of students and colleagues each academic year. Training should increase LGBTQA+ awareness, knowledge, growth, inclusion, equity, bystander accountability, as well as knowledge of intersecting social justice issues.

Manage, develop, and facilitate professional development trainings for faculty and staff at UW Tacoma and UW Bothell as requested.

Develop and facilitate trainings for student staff and student leaders on LGBTQA+ issues and other social justice, inclusion, and equity topics to promote workplace and organizational environments that are inclusive and welcoming of LGBTQA+ students and colleagues.

Provide counsel to faculty, staff, student leaders, departments, offices, etc. based on best practices for supporting students and colleagues who are LGBTQA+ and/or from underrepresented social identities and backgrounds.

Develop a comprehensive set of resource materials and information to keep the campus community informed and updated about LGBTQA+ issues/initiatives and other social justice, inclusion, and equity issues and topics.

Engage with external community resources, including local and state organizations, to serve as a resource and to establish community partnerships that benefit the University community.

Representation of Q Center on various University and Student Life committees as requested.

Program Development and Implementation

Collaborate with Director to design a sustainable operational structure. Lead the collaborative processes of planning, developing, and implementing campus-wide programming to promote LGBTQA+ community development, support LGBTQA+ students, faculty, and staff, and provide education to advance understanding of LGBTQA+ people and experiences. This includes such annual events as the Welcome Luncheon, Lavender Graduation, Qolors Reception centering queer and trans people of color, Coming Out Week, Trans Day of Remembrance, Pride Month, Open Houses, and other programs as assigned.

Develop methods to promote intersectional community building opportunities among students, faculty, and staff who are LGBTQA+, people of color, and allies.

Ongoing development and co-facilitation of Safe Zone and Queer 101 curricula.

Development of Policies and Procedures

Advise, develop, and co-coordinate the implementation of policies and procedures related to improving the campus climate, safety, equity, and inclusion of LGBTQA+ students, faculty, and staff from across campus including Student Life, Admissions, Registrar’s Office, Athletics, in academic classes and departments, etc.

Ongoing policy advocacy and implementation to improve inclusion of LGBTQA+ populations such as all gender restrooms, gender neutral housing, preferred name and gender marker options, etc.

Develop and update standard operating procedures related to working with students in distress, advising and referral services, emergency preparedness and response, and other emerging issues.

As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.

Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Social Work, Higher Education, or other related field, or equivalent experience.
• Four to five years’ experience in the following:
o working on issues of gender and sexuality and/or with students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, agender, gender fluid, gender queer
o Specific knowledge and experience with intersectional work in social and/or racial justice
o Ability to deal effectively with students, faculty, staff, the general public, and external agencies
o Supervisory skills
o Administrative abilities
o Human relations and intercultural communications skills

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.

Desired Qualifications:
• Master’s degree, preferably in social work, higher education or human services, and two years of counseling and/or related work in planning, organizing, and evaluating educational programs, or Bachelors degree and four years of related experience
• Experience working with people from underrepresented identities including race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, romantic identity, religion, nationality, disability, language, etc.
• Strong ability to work collaboratively with students, staff, faculty, community members, etc.
• Experience working in higher education environment
• Experience with assessment and student learning outcomes
• Experience developing and implementing training
• Previous experience working with students of color

Application Process:
The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Workforce Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select “Apply to this position”. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your “My Jobs” page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your “My Jobs” page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.
Committed to attracting and retaining a diverse staff, the University of Washington will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.

https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/Candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=176640

 

Director, Student Housing Services at Capilano University
Capilano University is currently seeking a Director, Student Housing Services (SHO) to lead our current and future housing programs.

At Capilano University, students are our focus. Employees play an essential role in creating an exceptional learning experience for students and a thriving campus community. Together, we are a high-performing team of individuals who make Capilano University one of the leading teaching universities in British Columbia and one of BC’s Top Employers. Grounded by our sense of purpose, we offer a meaningful, friendly and dynamic work environment.

As the administrator of the Student Housing Services team, you will be instrumental in driving the success of current and future housing initiatives at Capilano University by balancing ancillary, revenue generating objectives and the role of residence as an engaging and student-centered learning environment. You will be leading the areas of residence operations, residence life, housing planning and policy, conferences and events, and dining services. We are looking for someone to help us continue to build on the success of current and future housing initiatives and create exceptional experiences for our employee and student community. You will work with a team of talented Student Housing Services professionals, an engaged community, and a driven executive team.

Do you share our purpose and passion?

WHAT YOU’LL DO:
• Responsible for the daily operations, occupancy management, facilities maintenance, and contract services of current and future residence facilities and provides strategic and directional leadership to the Student Housing Services department.
• Oversees Residence Life programming, conduct, and wellbeing and ensures the delivery of student success driven learning and engagement opportunities that are informed by best practice and theory.
• Leads the development of a multi-year housing plan to inform new housing construction and requirements and develops policies, procedures, and programs that support institutional goals for student and employee housing.
• Manages the food services contract for housing as well as dining services for the North Vancouver campus.
• Provides oversight and delivery of conference rentals, short-term rentals and other spaces to increase utilization of facilities year-round.

For more information, please visit https://jobs-capilanou.peopleadmin.com/postings/2965.

 

Facilities Specialist at Stanford University
Stanford is hiring a Facilities Specialist for Maintenance & Security to support the Stanford Libraries! This non-supervisory position is primarily responsible for work control but also supports security systems and serves as the primary point of contact for the unit.

https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/facilities-specialist-for-maintenance-security-9706

 

Associate Director of Housing Facilities at Central Washington University
The Associate Director of Housing Facilities at Central Washington University will have oversight and leadership of all facility related functions associated with on-campus housing facilities and liaison with Facilities/Maintenance/Grounds/Custodial departments. They serve as a key leader in Housing and Residence Life and assumes the decision making of the Director of Housing Facilities in their absence. The Associate Director will manage the physical aspects of on-campus housing which includes inspection for assessing charges for cleaning and maintenance and furniture repair/replacement in the residence halls/apartments, etc. and to include the supervision of professional and student staff. The Associate Director will work with the housing warehouses and with the appropriate university groups in regard to housing refuse and recycling.
This position maintains close working relationships with university faculty, staff and students, Student Living and Student Success and various other university departments including Facilities, Maintenance, Grounds, Space Planning, Dining Services, Auxiliary Services, Police Services, Business Services and Contracts. All employees are expected to support CWU’s commitment to diversity and to bring and support inclusion into the university environment.

To apply for this position, you must complete the on-line application and attach:

A detailed cover letter clearly demonstrating how your education and experience: (a) meet the required (and, as applicable, preferred) qualifications, and (b) demonstrate the ability to perform the responsibilities as described by the posting;

Resume including work history, education, training; and

Contact information for three professional references.

Screening Begins: March 9, 2020

**Priority will be given to applications received by the screening date. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

Resident Director at Whitman College Community Director at University of Oregon
Department Summary
Living on campus adds tremendous value for students and contributes to higher grades, staying and graduating from the University and future success.

University Housing, a department within the Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management, is committed to facilitating students’ development as they build an inclusive community, establish a sense of home, and succeed academically. Our goal is to become the model of excellence for providing accessible, affordable, and student-centered living-learning experiences; the preferred choice for all UO students.

We value diversity and respect, integrity, equity and inclusion, learning and growth, responsibility and accountability, safety and security. University Housing staff work hard to incorporate these values into daily work and practices to ensure an excellent UO experience.

University Housing units include Business Services, Dining Services, Facilities Services, Promotions & Student Recruitment, and Residence Life. University Housing is a $68 Million educational and business department that is a self-sustaining, self-liquidating agency of the University (receives no tuition or tax support for its operating budget).

Position Summary
Community Directors (CDs) play a leading role in the creation and implementation of student learning and academic environments within the residence hall communities.

The CD position is an essential services live-in professional staff member whose primary role includes supervising student leaders (Resident Assistants), and providing residents with opportunities for personal and community development through the residential curriculum learning goals that cultivate crucial life skills. These skills include knowledge of personal identity and cultural competence, strategies for supporting health and wellness, responsibility to oneself and the community, and integration of academic learning into other realms of life.

In collaboration with other staff in University Housing, the Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management, and other campus partners, CDs will implement initiatives for student learning and development by utilizing the curricular model, diversity and social justice, crisis management, conduct and community standards, academic initiatives, and administration.

The CD is responsible for responding to concerns and issues within the community in order to uphold safety and security. CDs exercise a significant amount of independent judgement and discretion.

Please submit application by March 18. For more information: https://careers.uoregon.edu/cw/en-us/job/525269/community-director

 

Service Center Operations Coordinator at Oregon State University
See the full posting here: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/89338