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Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Student Affairs/Student services
As an integral member of the Department of Student Life, the Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct supports the mission, core values, and learning outcomes of Anderson University and the Department of Student Life by cultivating a healthy and safe residential environment that nurtures student learning, spiritual growth, and mutual respect. The Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct provides leadership for residence life programming, manages all aspects of the housing process, oversees departmental budgets, and enforces housing and student conduct policies with priority placed on equity and restorative justice.
The Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct works collaboratively with the student life directors and leads the residence life team to cultivate a dynamic residential experience for students by:
Leading and developing all members of the residence life team
Collaborating with the residence life team and other internal and external constituents to offer co-curricular and extracurricular programming for residential students
Responding to and providing leadership for all residential emergencies/crises. The expected standard response time shall be: 15 minutes via phone and within 30 minutes in person
Engaging in professional development opportunities and professional residence life communities
Championing the value of the residential student experience across campus and to prospective students
The Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct serves as the primary conduct officer for students who violate the university’s student standards and expectations as outlined in the student handbook. As such, the Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct must:
Employ a restorative justice approach to the conduct process
Clearly communicate the conduct process to all appropriate parties, including student’s rights, responsibilities, and protections
Document and store all incident reports, statements, meetings, conversations, and resolutions responsibly
Engaging in professional development opportunities and professional student conduct communities
Commit to the ongoing assessment and adjustment of student conduct policies and processes to more fully promote equity, student learning, health and safety, mutual respect, and restoration.
The Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct collaborates with campus partners and student life directors while leading the residence life team through the operational management of all residence life, housing, and student conduct related policies, processes, communications, and office management. The administrative responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assessing and adjusting student housing policies and processes
Managing all residence life budgets
Serving as a liaison between student life and auxiliary services
Coordinating annual residence life surveys/assessments
Managing the off-campus housing processes
Serve on committees, attend and contribute to various staff and student meetings
? Completion of Master’s Degree in student affairs or related field
? 3+ years of professional experience in residence life or related field
? Ability to articulate the value of the residential student experience
? Ability to articulate a working knowledge of restorative justice conduct models
? Ability to lead a professional staff
? Ability to work some evenings and weekends
? Willingness to honor institutional policies and guidelines. Must meet University lifestyle expectations.
? 5+ years of professional experience in residence life or related field
? Previous cross-cultural experiences and/or intercultural training
? Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously
? Experience using housing management platforms (Adirondack preferred)
? Proficiency with Google Suite
This is a full-time, 92% FTE position. Eligibility for University benefits.
About Anderson University
Anderson University is on a mission to educate students for lives of faith and service, offering more than 60 undergraduate majors, 30 three-year degrees, 20 NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports, alongside adult and graduate programs. The private, liberal arts institution is fully accredited and recognized among top colleges for its business, computer science, cybersecurity, dance, engineering, nursing, and teacher education programs. Anderson University was established in 1917 in Anderson, Indiana, by the Church of God.