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Residence Life Coordinator, RPS Campus Bloomington Department RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS & SERV (BA-RPAS-IUBLA)
Indiana University • Bloomington, IN
Posted 6 days ago
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The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is responsible for promoting a community living experience and the implementation of the Residential Curriculum that supports well-being, understanding self and others, intellectual engagement, and active citizenship through intentional experiences that promote learning and growth. Additionally, the RLC works collaboratively with colleagues in managing the operations of the residence hall, supporting Residential Programs and Service’s (RPS) mission and Diversity Statement, and promotes the values of the organization through building a safe and inclusive environment.
Provides direction to and directly supervises the Office Services Assistant, Graduate Assistants and undergraduate Resident Assistants engaged in providing 24 hour per day academic, developmental and counseling support to students. Indirect supervision of the CommUNITY Educator(s). Provides leadership and support to residents and staff dealing with personal emergency or crisis situations as well as physical building emergencies through an area on-call capacity. Coordinates staff duty coverage. Prepares and submits reports and approves hours in the TIME system. Works with Residential Life and Human Resource personnel in interviewing, hiring, training, and corrective action of staff at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional level. Holds weekly one-on-one meetings as well as team meetings with staff.
In oversight of the Residential Curriculum the RLC maintains a high level of intentional student interaction in order to stay informed of needs, concerns, and academic and personal growth; and shares information with the appropriate Residential Life Assistant Director and other Assistant and Associate Directors regarding residents’ needs and the total effect of the living environment on the residents. Creates, adapts, and provides vision and accountability for the in-center delivery strategies of Student Engagement Plans. Works with individual students and staff in crisis situations.
Supports advisors to student groups (Student Government, Conduct Board, Learning Community Leadership Councils, Welcome Week, etc.) and works with student leaders to provide programs and activities for residents. The RLC develops and maintains ongoing professional working relationships with other RPS and residential life staff, academic advisers, librarian, classroom instructors, and other academic personnel working to support a healthy, challenging, and supportive academic living environment for residents. Works with Conference Services to provide support with all aspect of conference services, including serving as a building point person with the client, check-in/check-out, staffing the residential areas and the center desk operation, and in conduct and emergency response capacities.
Communicates, interprets, and administers residence hall rules and regulations as well as the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, Conduct. Serves as a judicial officer; and in emergency situations works with other residential life administrators and directors in the Office of Student Conduct to provide safety and support for all students. Work with the Dean of Students office in following up with students involved in bias related incidents and students of concern including facilitating behavioral agreements. Mediates student and staff conflicts, including roommate conflicts.
REQUIRED: Master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration, Counseling, Human Resources, Sociology, Psychology, or related field and a demonstrated ability in creating positive, intentional growth and engaging opportunities for students and staff.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to communicate effectively with all levels of administration and staff and demonstrated experience working with diverse populations. Excellent organizational skills including ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines Demonstrated computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel).
Two years of supervisory experience in a residential setting. Residential Curriculum or learning outcomes-based programming experience. Crisis management and judicial/conduct experience. Experience working with a budget. Experience with additional management systems related to residence hall operations.
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