2012-042 RESIDENT DIRECTOR
|Department||Office of Residence Life & Housing|
|Job Status||Full Time|
|Hiring Salary||Commensurate with Experience|
|Posting Date||April 30, 2012|
|Closing Date||Open Until Filled|
Department: Residence Life & Housing
Duties: Responsible for the operation of University managed housing; performs a variety of duties in the area of administration, central office, community development, facility management; and student and staff development; supervises and regulates the residential facility; promotes and establishes a living-learning environment that is conducive to student academic success and personal growth; assists with the selection and training of staff and night managers; assists with planning and policy formation; assists in surveys and special projects; maintains progressive discipline procedures and documentation; develops agenda and conducts weekly staff meetings; maintains files and reports as directed; post and disseminates appropriate information in an effective and timely manner; ensures all policies are consistently enforced and documented appropriately; assists in the establishment of an atmosphere that encourages students to develop respect for each other's rights and freedoms; maintains an appropriate academic environment in the residence hall; coordinates the opening and closing of the residence halls; ensures to the best of ability a safe and secure environment; attends and actively participates in all staff development and training activities to include weekly meetings and in- services; assists residents with academic, psychological and personal problems making the appropriate referral when necessary; maintains an awareness of student concerns through formal and informal communication and necessary documentation; performs other duties, as required.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required; Three (3) years of residence life; one year of which in a supervisory role engaged in education, training and experience dealing with first year students.
Requirements: Knowledge of computer software applications; skill in organizational and interpersonal communication; ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays; and to attend campus programs evenings and weekends; ability to provide objectivity, patience, commitment to diversity, be a team player, creativity and also be committed to student development.
To Apply: Send letter of interest indicating Job #2012-042, a resume, a Morgan State University Application for Employment, and three names of references with telephone numbers to: Morgan State University, Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251 or e-mail information to jobs@ morgan.edu. EEO/AA
NOTE: THE HIRING DEPARTMENT WILL CONTACT ONLY APPLICANTS SELECTED FOR INTERVIEW.