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The associate director of Housing is a live off position responsible for managing processes related to all aspects of housing, including student room assignments and billing. Supervises 2 professional staff. Serves in a secondary on call capacity when professional staff need to consult.
The associate director of ResEd is a live-off position that oversees our educational efforts and coordinates assessment for our department. Supervises up to 5 professional staff. Serves in a secondary on call capacity when professional staff need to consult.
12 month, full time, professional position that requires the individual to live on campus. Participates in an after hours crisis rotation. Responsible for managing an area of approximately 500 residents and supervises a staff of up to 20 undergraduate live-in staff and additional hourly student staff. Implements curricular-based programming, adjudicates conduct and behavioral meetings and manages the operational aspects of their hall(s).
The Program Coordinator in Residence for the Office of Student Activities and Leadership will assist with the development, implementation, and assessment of programs, services, and initiatives that enhance student learning and the overall student experience, creating a diverse, inclusive, and supportive environment for all students on a 24/7 campus. The Program Coordinator will oversee leadership training for student club leaders and faculty/staff club advisors; and will assist in the delivery of programs and services to engage, connect, and support students at the university. They will also maintain an on-call schedule for Residence Life, and advise the Residence Hall Association and live on campus.
As a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, the Residence Education Coordinator will assume a vital role in the residence life program for the growth of the individual through community living. The Residence Education Coordinator is responsible for providing and supporting student development and leadership, building community, and promoting learning in the residence halls. This is a 12-month live-in position.
Residence Life Coordinators serve as a live in professional staff member for the Department of Residential Life. This individual is responsible for the day to day operation of a residence hall or group of residence halls including staff supervision, community development, administration, building management, and general departmental responsibilities.
This role will oversee departmental COVID-19 administrative operations along with off-campus property management through the master lease within the department. The Student Leadership Coordinator is a responsible for serving as the primary advisor to the Residence Hall Association and National Residence Hall Honorary at LSU. They are also responsible for the oversight of the departmental Resource Room. This role will oversee departmental COVID-19 administrative operations along with off-boarding COVID-19 operations per Presidential directives. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Community Engagement.
The Residential Advocacy Coordinator serves as a support system to students living on-campus within Residential Life operated communities. This position will serve as a support arm for staff and students in navigating University student success mechanisms, behavioral concerns, and relocation or removal from residential communities on campus.
The Residential Education Coordinator reports to the Associate Director; and assumes additional responsibilities assigned by and makes recommendations to the Director. The Residential Education Coordinator (REC) position assists in carrying out the mission and philosophy of Housing and Residential Education. Housing and Residential Education provides housing for 2,000 students during the academic year and 2,500 guests during the summer. The REC is responsible for overseeing a community of approximately 400 residents; and with the help of Resident Assistants (RAs), strives to develop and maintain a safe, enjoyable, supportive and inclusive living environment for residents where they can achieve academic success and personal growth and development. The REC is a member of the Residence Life team and holds administrative responsibilities, participates in committees and meetings, and serves students in a multitude of ways.
Assistant Residential Community Educator (ARCE), Single Student Housing
Oklahoma State University’s Housing and Residential Life will have 1-2 positions available mid-year for our graduate assistantship positions. Interested parties can send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Start date is January 4, 2021 and interviews will begin December 1, 2021.
The Assistant Residential Community Educator is responsible for the successful implementation, assessment and development of the residential curriculum. ARCE’S are also responsible for the holistic development and creation of a community oriented towards the academic and social education of residents. Daily work includes implementation of a residential curriculum, emphasizing Student Learning, Community Living, and Student Leadership. This curriculum is facilitated by paraprofessional staff that are hired, trained, supervised and evaluated by the ARCE. Additionally, the ARCE performs administrative duties congruent with maintaining community standards, and a safe and secure environment. The ARCE will be responsible for creating community in the residence halls and reaching out to each resident within their areas. They will also reside within the halls, facilitating interactions and providing residents greater access and increased connection. Performs administrative tasks necessary for operations within the assigned building; maintains office hours outside meeting times. Requirements: All positions require a Bachelor’s Degree and admittance to a graduate program. Some positions may require an early summer start date
Stipend: $1200.00 per month
Room: On Campus Apartment, including basic cable and utilities
University Dining Plan: $1000.00 / semester and pro-rated for summer term
Tuition: In and Out of State Tuition Waiver
**Every graduate teaching assistant is given an online subscription to the Talking Stick and the ACUHO-I Library to further increase professional development. The Talking Stick is a publication of the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International (ACUHO-I). Additionally, GTA’s have access to the Chronicle of Higher Education at various locations throughout the department.
“Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-verify employer committed to diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.”
This position will require the incumbent to have documented proof of full Covid-19 vaccination status or an approved accommodation through the OSU Office of Equal Opportunity upon hire.