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Temporary Hall Director

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Posting Details

Classification Information

Position/Classification Title Student Services Specialist
Classification Type SHRA
Position required to work during periods of adverse weather or other emergencies: Yes
Minimum Experience/Education

Bachelor’s degree; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education

•Masters degree in Student Affairs, Higher Education Administration or related field
•3 – 4 years experience in Residence Life
•Must be on campus for staff training, opening and closing of the academic year and major University events

Required License or Certification


Position Overview

Primary Purpose of Position

To oversee the management of 1-2 traditional or suite style residence halls supervising and training Graduate Hall Directors and Resident Assistants. Primary responsibilities include coordinating hall programming, advising hall councils, adjudicating student conduct violations interpreting and enforcing policies and regulation of the University for the residence halls.

Primary Function of Organizational Unit

The primary purpose of the Housing and Residence Life department is to provide housing accommodations and a certain quality of life for approximately 3900 students. To provide living accommodations which are clean, safe, healthy, and comfortable while enhancing a certain quality of life, which supports the academic mission of North Carolina A&T State University. The Residence Life program is designed to provide an environment which supports students in their academic pursuits, encourages interpersonal development, and offers opportunities for individual growth and challenge. To provide a quality of life for on campus students through a clean, safe, educational environment. Responsible for the overall leadership and management of all residence halls, the assignments of rooms, occupancy status of halls, housekeeping needs, maintenance concerns, and budgets, including operating and programming.

Work Hours Rotating Shifts, Rotating Hours

Key Responsibilities and Related Competencies

Required Competency Program Management

Oversight of 1-2 residence halls housing approximately 200-500 students in first-year and upper-class halls and possible responsibilities for living learning housing units. Responsibility for residential system operations including coordination of building maintenance, opening and closing of the buildings. Select, train, supervise, and evaluate 6-10 undergraduate Resident Assistants. Respond to emergency situations and crises. Assume responsibility for summer employee residence hall and/or summer internal camps and conferences, and a variety other Residential Life summer projects and initiatives. Communicate processes and procedures to employees to their understanding. Provides feedback on performance expectations identifying areas of improvement. Provide directional input on program services.

Required Competency Decision Making

Enforce housing department policies, assignment processes and other tasks within Residential Life and determine necessary course of action when policies are violated. Knowledge and use of effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions. Take action consistent with available facts constraints and anticipated consequence. Apply policies across various situations. Oversee educational, social and community building efforts and manage area programming budget. Maintain accessibility and visibility in the residence halls by attendance at programs, frequent walk throughs and regular contact with students and staff.

Required Competency Client/Customer Service

Collaborate with maintenance and custodial staffs to respond to maintenance concerns and facilities emergencies. Develop and implement creative programming in the residence halls and for campus
Collaborate with other departments within Student Development and across campus; mentor and nurture student leadership within the College and Residential Life. Identify and understand student service issues, client needs and matters of a recurring nature to effectively address and resolve the issue. Work with students to successfully live with roommates and within the residence hall communities. Other duties as assigned. Review work of student workers and staff to assess and problem solve. Ensure that performance of the unit meets required standard by reviewing accomplishments over a short-range period

Position Information

Working Title Temporary Hall Director
Competency Level Journey
Position Number THallDirector
Hiring Range TBD
FLSA Non-Exempt
Position Type Temporary Staff
Appointment Type Temporary - Full-time
FTE 40 hours/week, 12 months
If Time Limited, Appointment Length

Posting Detail Information

Posting Number SPA0739
Open Date 03/06/2018
Close Date 03/20/2018
Special Instructions to Applicant

Supplemental Questions

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Applicant Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Other Document