• Residence Life Specialist

    Location US-TN-MEMPHIS
    Posted Date 4 months ago(6/10/2019 2:35 PM)
    Position Code
    2061
    Day Shift
    Yes
    Night Shift
    Yes
    Rotating Shift
    Yes
    Evenings
    Yes
    Status
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    CS Student Services
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Residence Life Specialist is required to live on the Baptist College of Health Sciences campus in an apartment provided by the College 12 months per year. He/she supervises the overall residence life experience in support of and in accordance with the college’s goals and objectives. Coordinates and maintains essential functions related to campus housing and the broader scope of the residence life experience, including programming for residents, selection and supervision of Resident Assistants, policy enforcement, and conflict resolution. Provides leadership in the residential facets of learning communities. Assists with coordinating food service for the residential community.   Under the general direction of the Director of Student Services and Housing.

     

    The person in this position will serve as a Campus Security Authority (CSA). A CSA has significant responsibility for student and campus activities and is designated as an individual to whom students and employees should report criminal offenses. It is the responsibility of the CSA to report to the Security Office all allegations of crimes when it does not violate confidentiality of student or employee.

     

    Responsible for all functions, 1 shift, 8 hours per day, 5 days/week. Some evening and weekend work required. Incumbents are subject to hours beyond the normal workday.

    Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree. Master’s preferred.

     

    One year of work experience in residence life or campus housing at a college or university. Additional experience in social media, marketing, or campus life a plus.

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