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Code:
5435
PCLS:
N3023
Pay Grade:
Exempt:
Yes
ORP:
No
EEO Code:
3
Title:
Complex Coordinator
Description:
Live-in position responsible for coordinating daily operations within an assigned housing area. The Complex Coordinator may provide direction to either the first and second year community (residence halls) or to the upperclassman (apartment) community. General responsibilities include promoting positive community standards and student engagement within the assigned area; oversight of academic and social programming initiatives within the area; and assisting with facility and occupancy management needs. This position participates in a rotating on-call schedule with Residence Life staff and will supervise Graduate Hall Director and Resident Assistant team members within their respective area.
Examples:
Development and implementation of a dynamic residence life program; coordinates and promotes programs providing leadership development opportunities for students participating in student governance within the complex; assists in selection and training of RA staff. Serves as hearing officer for student conduct cases involving policy and procedure violations; mediation between apartment residents. Coordinates area programming that meets the developmental needs of the residents. Establishes and maintains an atmosphere conducive to the academic and personal growth of the residents.
Physical Condition:
Experience:
Three years of experience in residence life; experience in mediation, student conduct, programming, and familiarity with maintenance issues in a residential housing setting.
Knowledge:
Must have knowledge of student development theory and the impact of a residential living-learning environment on student development; ability to work with multicultural groups and individuals; have an understanding of the theories and philosophies of student conduct; and have a good working knowledge of fundamental management techniques, office procedures, budgeting, and personnel supervision.
Education:
Bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in college student personnel, counseling, business, or related field.
Additional Requirements:
Must have the ability to teach, direct, guide and mediate; a participatory management style; and counseling skills for a wide range of student and staff concerns. Must also be able to identify and organize tasks, prioritize duties, and effectively complete the many components of the job; have the ability to work under pressure and uneven time constraints; and the sensitivity and skill to work with a diverse student and employee population. Must have good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate clearly and effectively in writing and verbally. Serves as Campus Security Authority as outlined by the Clery Act. *Regular reliable attendance is required. *This position is designated as security sensitive (Mod) and requires a criminal background check.

Last updated 2017-06-06