Graduate Hall Director
Job no: 505898
Work type: Student Ast
Location: Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Categories: Student Affairs/Services
Department:07010000 - HO-HOUSING-GENERAL
STU AST-NON-CLERICAL & ADMIN
- Conduct regularly scheduled supervisory individual and group meetings with student staff and AC
- Attend all staff meetings and other meetings as required by supervisor
- Supervise through/develop/implement programming towards community building and learning for residents in assigned area
- Follow/implement Housing crisis and incident protocols and follow-up procedures
- Serve as a conduct hearing officer
- Conduct building rounds and inspect public area facilities on a regular basis
Staff Development & Supervision Responsibilities:
- Supervise the undergraduate staff under their responsibility
- Initiate and implement ongoing training and staff development activities for student staff that foster areas of growth such as motivation, support, confrontation, helping skills, handling crisis situations, policies, team building, etc.
- Recognize and manage conflict effectively among staff, student residents, and colleagues
- Understand the unique needs of and be an advocate for diverse groups of students
- Monitor the planning and implementation of area programming expectations, Living Learning Community programming, and other similar projects by student staff, the area government, and AC
- Support the AC in proper administration of area and divisional policies and procedures
- Assist AC with maintaining quality of area office operations, area security, maintenance, custodial and other services
- Complete administrative responsibilities in timely manner
The Graduate Hall Director is paid a $485.00 bi-weekly stipend from approximately the beginning of August through the beginning of May (excluding winter break).
In addition to salary, a $300.00 per semester (fall and spring only) declining balance for meal plan is provided. An on-campus apartment, fully furnished with all utilities, is provided.
Remuneration does not include tuition. Out-of-state fee waivers are sometimes available, but are NOT guaranteed (see information on our employment website).
- Must be enrolled as a full-time graduate student in good standing as defined by the University or specific college at the time of actual employment
- Must be eligible for a 20 hour per week employment appointment
- Be able to work effectively with the University population (staff, students, parents, etc.)
- Demonstrate a sense of job responsibility and maturity
- Show evidence of leadership skills
- Show evidence of good time management skills
- Residence life, student leadership or related experience as an undergraduate student
- Seeking graduate degree in student personnel, counseling, or administration in higher education.
|Special Instructions to Applicants:
In order to be considered, the applicant must upload a resume and complete the supplemental questions at the following link: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_87xPjMobVyKigaF
For priority consideration please submit your application by February 26, 2018.
Interviews: After an initial application screening, candidates from academic programs other than Student Personnel in Higher Education applicants will be invited to interview on campus or over the phone in March 2018.
For additional information please visit: http://www.housing.ufl.edu/employment/by-type/grad/
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