Community Development Coordinator
The Community Living department at Brandeis University is looking for a Community Development Coordinator. This position works to provide students with safe and comfortable living environments on campus. Advises, supports and guides students to help them grow and develop through one-on-one interactions, programs, educational outreach, supervision and advisement. Performs administrative duties within the department and throughout campus.
Examples of Key Responsibilities:
·Supervises student community advisors in their role as community developers within the Residence Halls. Includes providing training, guidance and evaluation around group dynamics, communication skills, conflict mediation, crisis management, academics, and community building efforts.
·Develops academic, educational, and social programs and initiatives to make students' living environment enjoyable, safe and comfortable.
·Oversees and administers supervision of quad community of 200-500 students living within residence halls. This includes academic advisement, crisis counseling, student conduct and student development.
·Manages multiple tasks related to student housing concerns including assignment changes, facilities and custodial needs, special needs, roommate issues and conflicts. Is the liaison between students in their area and the entire university surrounding these issues.
·Responsible for 24 hour conflict and crisis management for entire on campus residence community. This often includes on sight crisis counseling for psychological situations, physical altercations, severe drug and alcohol situations.
·Administers in the student judicial process. Meet with students who have been referred to the process for alleged violations of university policy; Assist in training and development of students and staff who serve on the University Board on Student Conduct and advise the board when they are conducting hearings.
Responsible for the opening and closing of Residence Hall area; damage billing; room selection; campus wide programming; commencement housing; orientation responsibilities; managing parental phone calls; serve on university wide committees; implementation of learning communities
Master’s Degree in Education/Student Affairs required
For more information on our Community Living department, please visit us on the web at http://www.brandeis.edu/studentaffairs/dcl/
How to Apply: Submit cover letter and resume as a single document at http://www.brandeis.edu/humanresources/jobs/external.html. Elect option for "External Applicant". Sort the job listing by clicking the Job ID column heading. Locate the desired job listing. Click the job title and then Apply Now.
Type of position:
Mailstop 118, PO Box 549110