Coordinator for Housing Conduct

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in North Carolina

Deadline August 30, 2014
Date Posted July 31, 2014
Type Administrative
Salary Competitive
Employment Type Full-time

The Department of Housing and Residential Education works to create an inclusive on-campus housing environment that promotes personal development, citizenship, involvement, and leadership. The Department of Housing and Residential Education consists of educators, full-time professional staff, and para-professional student staff who, through exemplary student-centered learning, organizational effectiveness, facilities management, staff engagement and assessment initiatives, strive for student success, self-awareness, and satisfaction.

 

The Coordinator for Housing Conduct is full-time, 12-month, appointment with the Department of Housing and Residential Education within the Division of Student Affairs. The position is categorized as Exempt from the State Personnel Act (EPA) Non-Faculty employee, categorized as Instructional.

 

Position Overview

In collaboration with the Assistant Director for Residential Education (Conduct), the Coordinator for Housing Conduct will provide programmatic support for the Department of Housing and Residential Education in the area of Housing conduct. In conjunction with the Residential Education leadership team, the Coordinator will serve as the primary case manager and administrator of the Housing conduct system.  The Coordinator will lead the departmental Conduct Committee and will oversee the implementation of the conduct system. The Coordinator will also serve as a liaison with the Office of the Dean of Students and Office of Student Conduct on campus.   The Coordinator for Housing Conduct is directly supervised by the Assistant Director in Residential Education (Conduct). The Coordinator will serve as a member of the Residential Education Leadership Team.  The Coordinator will also serve as a section-lead instructor for the Peer Leadership in University Environments course at least once during the academic year.  The Coordinator will serve in the on-call crisis rotation for the Department of Housing and Residential Education.

 

The successful candidate has a passion for working with a diverse student population, commitment to student learning and development, and strong critical thinking and problem solving skills. A successful staff member demonstrates initiative, possesses the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, and maintains a positive attitude. Strong supervisory, administrative, communication, and counseling skills are essential.

 

Qualifications and Compensation

A Masters Degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, College Student Development, or related degree is required. A minimum of three years full-time professional experience is required as of October 1, 2014. Live-on residence life experience is preferred in order to provide familiarity with conduct functions for a housing and residential education program. Experience in hearing conduct cases as a hearing officer is required. Understanding of issues of diversity; demonstrated leadership and effectiveness in promoting respect and appreciation for diversity and pluralism among students and staff required. Ability to utilize technology in the delivery of student programs preferred.

 

Annual salary is $45,000. The Coordinator for Housing Conduct receives a University benefits package.