$80K — $100K *
Picture yourself working at Endicott College! Under new leadership, Endicott’s seventh president, Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D., centers his philosophy around one main question: are we doing our best to serve our students? Our scenic seaside campus is marked by its career-focused academic programs taught by faculty who truly care, and a close-knit community that's as spirited as it is supportive. The student affairs division is led by Vice President Brandi Johnson and Dean of Students Marlin Nabors.
Endicott College is seeking a dedicated and compassionate Residence Director (RD) to live and work on our beautiful campus this semester. Aside from the stunning views, Endicott offers excellent benefits which include, tuition remission, gym access, and an on-campus, one-bedroom apartment with private laundry. Under the guidance of the Area Director (AD), the RD will supervise an undergraduate Resident Assistant (RA) staff in order to foster a supportive environment within their residential area that is conducive to academic achievement and personal growth.
● Provide direct supervision and leadership to RA staff, including participation in the planning and implementation of staff training and staff selection, as well as the completion of evaluations for RA staff.
● Oversee the design and implementation of programs and events to enhance student development and community.
● Oversee the occupancy management of assigned area, including the coordination of check-ins, check-outs, room changes, building condition reports (BCRs), room condition reports (RCRs), roommate agreements, fire, health, and safety inspections, and damage billing.
● Participate in the RD on-call rotation. Respond to psychological, medical, Title IX, and maintenance emergencies, and follow established college protocol. Additional on-call hours may be required for special events on short term notification, if deemed necessary.
● Serve as a conduct officer addressing policy violations and behavioral concerns in the residence halls. Facilitate the resolution of student conflict, according to departmental protocol as determined by the Office of Student Conduct.
● Serve as a resource for students and RA staff. Work closely to identify students struggling with adjustment and work to retain these students through positive residence hall experiences and programs.
● Coordinate the opening and closing of hall(s).
● Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s degree, or work towards a Master’s degree preferred.
● Previous experience in Residence Life and/or Student Affairs required.
● Must understand and embody non-traditional work hours and a live-in professional lifestyle.
● Willing to become a visible and well-known member within the college community.
● Must be able to work independently in assigned area as well as within a team environment in the Office of Residence Life, the Division of Student Affairs, and in collaboration with campus colleagues and the campus community.
● Successful candidates will be well organized and detail oriented, excel in written and verbal communication, and have excellent customer service skills.
● Must be able to perform diverse duties and responsibilities in a high-energy environment with the ability to respond to the changing needs and demands of the Office of Residence Life, Division of Student Affairs, students, families, and the College.
This is a full-time, 10-month, live-in position. In addition to the day-to-day residential functions, RDs also serve on the RD on-call rotation. The RD’s campus housing assignment must be the RD’s sole place of residence. At the end of each academic year RDs may be rehired for the upcoming academic year.
Valid through: 4/2/2021