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Warner University, a Christian university located in the heart of Central Florida, is seeking to hire Residence Directors for the 2020-21 academic year. Successful candidates will be energized by the opportunity to play a role in the Spiritual formation of our students while at the same time gaining professional experience managing and overseeing a residence hall. This job would also be a great starting place for those seeking a career as a Student Life professional within higher education. Resident Directors are required to live in their assigned Residence Hall. Warner University offers a generous benefits package including health, dental, retirement and tuition waivers.
Position Summary: The Residence Director serves as the management and oversight point person for their assigned hall or halls and its corresponding exterior zone. RD’s are responsible to create a positive, safe and healthy environment for student living by creating programming initiatives with their staff of Resident Assistants.
RD’s are required to live on campus and live in their assigned residence hall.
Residence Directors are expected to maintain professional relationships and boundaries with all student staff members and residents within their assigned hall; enforce residence and college regulations and submit all necessary incident reports. RD’s will be expected to assist in safety/security efforts. RD’s will serve as first level responders to campus emergency responses.
RD’s are expected to be available for their residents throughout the weekday and weekends and build meaningful relationships while maintaining confidentiality; RD’s oversee and monitor the Resident Assistants in maintaining hall maintenance and assist in the planning and implementation of educational programs for their residents and for the larger Warner Community.
RD’s will complete a designated number of hours per week related to hall oversight, Office of Student Life presence, and resident interaction. Be visible in halls and campus-wide functions.
RD’s are expected to assist in the retention of residents on campus. Implement in-service programs, staff training and development programs for Resident Assistants and students.
Other duties as assigned.
Supportive of Warner’s mission, vision and core values, commitment to a Christian lifestyle, and demonstration of character in keeping with biblical models.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a human services related field; Master’s work in student development, mental health or Christian ministry is preferred.
Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work and interact within a diverse environment with demonstrated leadership and management skills are required; ability to lead students in the coordination and implementation of regular activities designed to engage the spectrum of students enrolled in the institution
About Warner University
Warner University’s liberal arts curriculum prepares students to successfully meet the demands of today’s workplace and the challenges of graduate school. Graduates emerge as servant leaders who evaluate issues from a Christian perspective while striving to live out their belief in their communities, churches, and homes. The administration, faculty and staff are qualified in their areas of service and dedicated to the ministry of higher education. History: Warner University was founded in 1968 by the Church of God, Anderson, Indiana, as a liberal arts, co-educational, Christian university. The campus was built on 300 acres donated by Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Holland. The first commencement took place in 1972 with four graduates. Warner’s third President, Dr. David A. Hoag, was inaugurated in the fall of 2016. He is preceded in leadership by only two others; Dr. Gregory V. Hall (1991–2016) and Dr. Leroy Fulton (1968–1991).
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS * Degree programs offered on-campus and on-line * Bachelor degrees offered in more than 30 liberal arts and professional majors * Specialized accreditation from the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) for Social Work program * All 11 Teacher Edu...cation Programs are Certified by the State of Florida Department of Education * Four graduate programs designed for working professionals: Master of Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting and Human Resource Management * Master of Science in Management * Master of Arts in Education with concentrations in Curriculum & Instruction and Elementary Education.