Essential Job Functions**
Supervises staff of 12 Resident Assistants (RAs) and 1 Assistant Residence Hall Coordinator (ARHC) and 1 Full-time Desk Receptionist.
Advises the hall government within the residence hall with their own hall and supports/advises other Residence Life organizations/activities. (IE: RHA Programming Board, RHA Wellness Board, etc.)
Coordinates programming for a variety of other wellness topics including but not limited to body image, physical health, mental health, healthy relationships, academic difficulty, stress management and financial health. This position supports wellness education for the students living in the residence halls which includes the oversight and implementation of alcohol and other wellness education.
Supports and encourages programming and a positive inclusive community of 500 students in the residence hall. Advises (in conjunction with the Assistant Residence Hall Coordinator) the hall government within the residence hall.
Assists and supports the sophomore Living Learning Community located on one of the floors within the hall.
Responsible for desk operations, which include the selection, development, organization, scheduling and supervision of the desk staff(s).
Manages administrative needs of hall including facility concerns, occupancy, conduct audits, and room assignments/consolidation. Participates in continual improvement planning and assessments.
Maintains a fiscal and ethical responsibility for hall budget(s).
Responsible for the contact with residents who violate residence hall and/or university policies, through educational sanctioning and intervention.
Assists in the education of staff on how to address Clery, Title IX and alleged Student Code of Conduct concerns.
Advises and counsels students on personal and academic matters, making referrals as necessary.
Responsible for reviewing, updating and implementation of the Spring Staff Development program and staff assessment modules.
Serves as a liaison in coordination with the Dean of Students Office to the Employee and Family Resources for our department and assists with the planning and facilitation of the alcohol education classes. These classes are held on/by Employee and Family Resources on Saturday mornings once each month, for students who have been found responsible for an alcohol violation in our Student Code of Conduct.
Supports Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives in coordination with the Director, Student Engagement Equity & Inclusion within the Department of Student Life.
Assists in developing electronic processes for the Office of Residence Life.
Coordinates and assesses faculty/staff program initiatives within the Office of Residence Life. Implements student satisfaction assessments and serves on the Division of Student Life Assessment Committee.
Facilitates Summer Camps and Conference operations for the Office of Residence Life with additional duties as assigned.
Participates in an on-call duty rotation and responds to conduct concerns or emergency situations in the residence hall system.
Assists in the recruitment, selection and development of student and professional staff.
Serves on university committees as directed and/or needed. Participates in continual improvement planning and assessments.
This position requires evening and weekend hours.
Performs other duties as assigned.
IF YOU ARE ATTENDING ACPA 2017 - and would like to discuss the position/schedule an interview (Please send an email to contact email address - email@example.com - indicating so, along with your cover letter and resume).
TO APPLY FORMALLY – you must submit a cover letter, resume and references (minimum of three) to the Drake University Human Resources web site (https://drake.hiretouch.com/).
Randy E. McMullin, Associate Director, Residence Life 515.271.2427