Residence Life Coordinator - Northern Wyoming Community College District - Sheridan, WY

Northern Wyoming Community College District

Job details

Salary

$36,483 - $54,724 a year

Full Job Description

Position Details

Job Title
Residence Life Coordinator
Department
Student Affairs SC
Location
Sheridan
Posting Category
Staff
Desired Start Date
Hiring Range
$36,483 - $45,604
Full Salary Range
$36,483 - $54,724
Benefits Summary
  • Employer paid retirement plan (17.37%
  • employer paid; .75% employee paid)

  • Group Health, Dental and Life
  • Insurance, including Flex Benefits

  • 20 days paid annual leave
  • Four days per year paid personal leave
  • 16 paid holidays per year
  • Paid medical, emergency and
  • bereavement leave

  • Employee and family tuition waivers
  • Free easy-access parking
  • Collaborative work environment
  • Onsite fitness center and walking track
  • Verizon, Microsoft, Dell and HP
  • employee discounts

  • Professional development
Months Worked Annually
Full-time 12 months
Typical Work Schedule

Ability to work varied hours and weekends; typical work hours are from 11am – 8pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Posting Number
20150562P
Job Posting Date
12/11/2020
Initial Review Date
Open Until Filled
Yes
Job Summary

The Residential Life Coordinator is a live-in member of the Campus Life and Housing team and assists with daily program operations by directly supervising all residential staff. Charged with shaping the environment and experiences for students living in the residence halls, this role oversees services and programs which focus on learning outcomes connected to academic success, effective community engagement, intrapersonal development and cultural competency. The Residential Life Coordinator is responsible for providing guidance, direction, and support for the overall mission, vision, and goals of the residence life program at the NWCCD – Sheridan College, reporting to the Director of Campus Life and Housing. Housing is provided.

Supervisory and Management Responsibility:

Supervise the Resident Assistant team (20-25 students)

Advise the Residence Hall Association

Supervise the Campus Life and

Housing Front Desk staff (4-6 students)

Collaborate with custodial staff and oversight of residence hall cleaning schedule

Reports To
Director of Campus Life and Housing
Education/Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree is required.

Master’s degree in student affairs, education, or a related field is strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required by the Position:

Utilizes a personal computer and computer software to include Adirondack Solution’s The Housing Director and MS Office products. Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel for creating reports and documents.

Is able to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

Demonstrates interpersonal skills including social perceptiveness, service orientation, negotiation, instruction and coordination. Is able to promote an inclusive environment.

Demonstrates personnel management skills including motivating, developing and directing people. Proficient at both oral and written communication. Also proficient at complex problem solving, inductive and deductive reasoning, and problem sensitivity.

Ability to work with/support non-traditional, at-risk college students while challenging students to promote their individual growth.

Working Conditions/Physical Requirements

Fast paced office environment

Ability to climb stairs

Ability to work varied hours and weekends (typical work hours are from 11am – 8pm, Tuesday-Saturday)

Must live in campus provided apartment

About Northern Wyoming Community College District

Sheridan College is located in historic Sheridan, WY at the foot of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, minutes away from a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Sheridan is ranked “America’s Top Western Town” by True West magazine and is a vibrant community. Sheridan College is a vital component in the community.

Gillette College is located in Gillette, WY, the county seat of Campbell County. Located midway between the Big Horn Mountains to the West and the Black Hills of South Dakota to the east. Gillette is a growing, family-friendly community and has a strong economy due to energy-related industries located there.

NWCCD also includes a small campus site in Buffalo, WY.

Experience

Experience as a member of a residential program is preferred.

One year of experience working with non-traditional or at-risk populations in the capacity of advising, counseling, education, housing, residential life, or mentoring.

Experience working for or in collaboration with Educational Opportunity Programs or Diversity Initiative Programs, such as TRIO is preferred.

Having overcome similar barriers or come from similar backgrounds to the target population for TRIO is preferred (first-generation college student, lower socioeconomic status, veteran, person with disability) or Spanish speaking.

Special Instructions to Applicants

All NWCCD job postings are contingent on funding.

Transcripts will be required and may be attached to your online application documents under “Transcripts” and for additional space, under “Other Documents” or emailed to: HR@sheridan.edu.

Letters of recommendation are highly recommended and can be attached to your online application documents (up to three letters), or may be sent to Human Resources at HR@sheridan.edu.

Job Duties

These are the job duties for required of the position.

Percentage of time
70
Responsibility/Duty
    Residential Life
  • Cultivate a positive and engaging living environment that foster a sense of belonging and enables students to build positive relationships with one another
  • Maintain high visibility and availability, including attending community events, regularly touring the community, and interacting with residents
  • Build report with the residents to be able to provide personal, social, academic, and occupational support and referral
  • Utilize institutional data to assess and respond to student needs
  • Participate in departmental and divisional professional development activities
  • Participate in the recruitment, selection, and training of staff members for the Campus Life and Housing Office
  • Resident Assistants (RA)
  • Supervise the RA Team (20-22 students)
  • Manage RA programming budget
  • Oversee RA duty schedule
  • Residence Hall Association (RHA)
  • Advise RHA
  • Supervise RHA exec team (6 members)
  • Manage RHA budget
  • Communicate RHA issues to the Director as necessary
  • Living/Learning Communities
  • Develop and implement living/learning communities or communities of practice within the residence hall in collaboration with campus departments
Percentage of time
20
Responsibility/Duty
    Housing
  • Manage operational functions for residence halls, such as building walk-throughs, damage assessment, reporting and billing, maintenance requests, hall openings and closings, and other administrative tasks.
  • Report, track, and follow up on maintenance issues with appropriate housekeeping staff and facilities employees
  • Implement conduct proceedings and sanctions when appropriate and communicate disciplinary issues to Director
  • Maintain open lines of communication with team members and advise of needed areas of training for Resident Assistants as they arise
  • Participate in year-round duty rotation to provide support to students, working closely with the Counseling Services, Sheridan Police and other campus resources
  • Safety and Security

  • Administer framework necessary to ensure safety and security operations, policies, and procedures
  • Implement corrective actions on issues in the interest of safety, security and risk reduction
  • Assess program risk and assist in the development of appropriate strategy
  • Recommend new policies, procedures, programs, and services for continual improvement
  • Collaborate with local agencies as needed
  • Other

  • Provide administrative support to the department
  • Participate in SOAR (Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration) as needed
  • Assist in oversight of summer conferences assigned to the residence halls
  • Member of the campus CARE team
  • Member of the Whitney Days/Homecoming Committee
  • Support Title IX prevention and investigatory efforts
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Percentage of time
5
Responsibility/Duty
    Safety and Security
  • Administer framework necessary to ensure safety and security operations, policies, and procedures
  • Implement corrective actions on issues in the interest of safety, security and risk reduction
  • Assess program risk and assist in the development of appropriate strategy
  • Recommend new policies, procedures, programs, and services for continual improvement
  • Collaborate with local agencies as needed
Percentage of time
5
Responsibility/Duty
    Other
  • Provide administrative support to the department
  • Participate in SOAR (Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration) as needed
  • Assist in oversight of summer conferences assigned to the residence halls
  • Member of the campus CARE team
  • Member of the Whitney Days/Homecoming Committee
  • Support Title IX prevention and investigatory efforts
  • Perform other duties as assigned

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