The Associate Director for Recruitment and Staff Development is responsible for all student staff and professional staff recruitment, hiring, on-boarding, and continued training, along with all assessment practices for the Office of Student Life. The Associate Director also provides direct supervision to two Assistant Directors (ADs), serves as a senior member of the on-call system, and serves as a member of the office leadership team. The Associate Director reports directly to the Director of Student Life.
Because the Associate Director is part of a larger Student Life team, this position also provides a unique opportunity to develop skills in high-level crisis response, staff supervision, student conduct, and housing operations. This position also directly supervises two live-in ADs who are responsible for the day-to-day management of combined residential areas consisting of four Graduate Residence Coordinators (GRCs), 18 Resident Assistants (RAs) and 850 residents. These ADs are also directly coordinate and implement all RA & GRC recruitment, training, and development processes. On a small, collaborative campus, the Associate may also be involved in campus-wide initiatives including serving as a mentor in Messina – Loyola's living learning initiative.
Loyola University Maryland is a growing and supportive environment that enables practitioners to be creative in addressing a wide array of issues within a collaborative team-based atmosphere. We are seeking colleagues whose professional philosophies align with our dedication to the development of the whole person and the Jesuit values of inclusion, justice, community, and a constant challenge to improve. Successful candidates will possess demonstrated skills in designing data-informed training programs and recruitment processes, guided by socially just practices that further our office's commitment to nurturing students' intersectional identities on a highly residential, Catholic, Jesuit campus.
Primary Job Responsibilities Recruitment and Hiring oServe as the hiring manager for all professional staff positions, in consultation with the Director oDevelop job postings in partnership with Human Resources, coordinate application review processes, and coordinate all candidate logistics for professional hiring processes oProvide guidance and oversight for all graduate and undergraduate student staff recruitment and hiring processes oSupport divisional hiring processes and serve as a resource for other offices
Staff Development and Training oEnvision and execute professional staff training and on-going development strategies rooted in our Core Values of justice, discernment, and cura personalis for 15 team members oProvide guidance and leadership for the on-going training of 80 RAs and 20 GRCs oSupport divisional student training and leadership initiatives
Assessment Strategies oPlan and coordinate assessment practices for the Office oDesign, administer, and analyze data from the annual Resident Student Survey as well as any other benchmarking tools for residence life and community development oUtilize various software programs, including Qualtrics and SharePoint oProvide guidance and leadership for all staff evaluation and feedback processes oSupport divisional assessment aims through participation with the Research Consultation Group
Supervision and Team Leadership oSupport both the departmental and divisional goals focused on diversity and inclusion oDirectly supervise two Masters-level, live-in Assistant Directors providing guidance related to crisis response, community development, staff dynamics, and housing operations as well as office-wide RA and GRC recruitment, training, and development processes oIndirectly supervise six Assistant Directors in collaboration with peer Associates specifically in regards to recruitment, training, and performance management oLead and participate in student staff and professional staff training and meetings oServe in the senior level on-call rotation for campus-wide emergencies potentially responding to emergencies in all areas of residential living. During rotation, must be within 30 minutes of campus if response needed oCommunicate regularly with peer Associates and Director to discuss office needs, strategic planning, and office processes
Qualifications oMaster's degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education, Counseling in Student Affairs or a related field o3-5 years of post-Master's professional experience o1-3 years of residence life and on-call crisis response experience oDemonstrated ability to support and advocate for underrepresented students as well as utilizing a social justice lens in the development of training, development, and recruitment processes oDemonstrated knowledge of curriculum design, experience creating and assessing learning outcomes, strong presentation skills, and the ability to create engaging staff development activities that cultivate leadership and positive staff morale oExperience supervising professional staff and availability during night and weekend hours
To Apply For more information, please contact Tim Cherney, Associate Director of Student Life, at email@example.com or visit our website – http://www.loyola.edu/department/studentlife/join. Interested candidates may apply with a cover letter, résumé, and list of three references at www.loyola.edu/careers. The position start date is June 26, 2017 (negotiable).
Successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus, and to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person. The University is comprised of Loyola College, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and the soon to be dedicated School of Education. Loyola also operates its Clinical C...enters and has graduate campuses in Timonium and Columbia. The University, which grants bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, currently enrolls 3,500 undergraduate and 2,600 graduate students from 34 states and 20 countries. Loyola is open to students from all religious backgrounds.