AREA DIRECTOR, Division of Student Life-Residential Education-Residential Life Programs, to assume a live-in professional role responsible for furthering the mission of MIT by partnering with the head of house and other members of the house team to build a sense of community that encourages personal growth, accountability, health and safety, and a sense of belonging. Will collaborate with heads of house to advise and support students' development; act as a referral agent to campus resources; serve as a primary responder in dean-on-call rotation, addressing student crises and critical incidents; and uphold MIT policies and practices consistently. Will also partner with house team members to implement graduate resident tutor and resident peer mentor selection, preparation, and ongoing education; promote community wellbeing by managing roommate conflicts and minor misconduct and supporting students in distress; and help orient and advise students in house leadership roles.
REQUIRED: master's degree in higher education administration, psychology, social work, or related field; a minimum three years of full-time experience in residential life, student life, or related area; experience with staff supervision, leadership development, advising student groups, crisis intervention, student support, and residence hall administration; and the ability to work with students, colleagues, and faculty to build a welcoming living-learning residential community. Job #14647
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check.
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