Responsible for the supervision of paraprofessional student staff members. Responsible for facilitating student development through educational programming and the overall management of all aspects of health and safety within multiple residence halls.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Supervises, trains, evaluates, and selects Resident Assistant staff.
- Facilitates the development of a community and educational environment which encourages inclusive and positive relationships among students through social and educational programming. Provides academic support, counseling, and resources to students.
- Counsels, advises, and assists residents concerning personal, interpersonal, and facilities concerns.
- Uses multiple software platforms, including THD, Advocate, etc., to track and direct operational components of the residence hall move-in/move-out, student conduct, and student wellness processes.
- Coordinates and implements all aspects of an assigned program area, including first year, sophomore year, and upper division experience.
- Acts as a liaison between residents and Facilities Services, ensuring all maintenance and housekeeping requests are completed in a timely manner.
- Serves on the Behavioral Assessment Team as the primary point of contact for the students in their residence halls with a variety of presenting issues, including mental health issues, academic struggles, interpersonal conflicts, etc. Assists students which requires collaboration with parents, other professional staff, and faculty.
- Manages Resident Assistant program budget, through receipt reconciliation and Purchase Card oversight.
- Enforces and supports Trinity University and Residential Life policies, processes, and protocols.
- Serves on a variety of Student Life committees including CAS Review committees and search committees. Serves as a Campus Security Authority (CSA), as defined by the Clery Act of 1998. Serve as Summer Housing Coordinator, as assigned.
- Reports all relevant details about alleged sexual misconduct involving any student, faculty or staff about which they know or have reason to know.
One year of experience as an undergraduate, graduate, or professional staff member on a college campus.
- One to two years of professional live-in experience.
- Demonstrate experience and initiative with student and community development.
Possess a commitment and ability to create communities that are inclusive of diverse populations.
Master's degree or equivalent from four-year college or university.
Licenses and Certifications
Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License and have a good driving history. May not have more than two moving violations in a three-year period.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
- Approximately 13 weeks out of the year this position serves in an on-call duty rotation above and beyond the typical 40 hour work week.
- Required to be on call (remain accessible to campus) approximately every fourth week throughout the year.
- Required to live in residence hall apartments.
- Personal transportation is required in order to be able to respond to possible student emergencies. Motor vehicle check is required.
How to apply
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212
Trinity University will post non-exempt staff positions for 5 business days and exempt staff positions for 10 business days. Faculty positions will remain open until filled. However, postings may be extended if a sufficient number of qualified applications has not been received. Trinity University also reserves the right to close the posting if a qualified applicant pool has been received.
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