Coordinator of Residential Student Development Initiatives


University of Oregon

FEugene, OR - May 13, 2022

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Coordinator of Residential Student Development Initiatives The Coordinator of Residential Student Development Initiatives within Housing & Residence Life will serve as the planner, designer, and executor of Residential Student Development Initiatives in collaboration and coordination with internal and external partners to align with divisional and university goals.

The Coordinator will have responsibility for planning the first-year residential experience via the residential curriculum and student staff recruitment, selection, training and development.

The Coordinator will be a part of a cross campus curricular team comprised of campus partners to create and implement a comprehensive first-year curriculum for students living on campus.

The Coordinator will also oversee logistical and planning responsibilities for student staff recruitment, selection, and year-long training with a departmental committee.

Specifically, the incumbent has shared responsibility for the following functional areas as it pertains to the HRL department: student staff recruitment, selection, and on-boarding; ongoing student staff training and development opportunities; curriculum creation and implementation in conjunction with University partners.

George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.

Responsibilities: Residential Student Experience & Curriculum: * Co-lead the design, planning, and implementation of the residential student experience with primary focus on first year experience for residential students; * Serve on the Residential Curriculum Committee comprised of department and campus partners to create and continue to evolve the Residential Curriculum including learning outcomes, educational strategies, and assessment; * Work with campus partners to design and implement campus initiatives and outcomes within the residence halls to enhance the residential student experience; * Engage residential students, Resident Student Association, and HRL student staff in the planning, execution, and assessment of the residential student experience.

* Engage HRL staff, with focus on the Residential Communities team, on the implementation of the Residential Curriculum; * Create training and educational initiatives for the HRL student and professional staff to help disseminate the Residential Curriculum and ensure proper implementation; * Engage in the residential student experience strategic planning process including development of Learning Communities and First Year Interest Groups; * Provide outreach and encourage student leaders within the Residence Halls to participate in work groups and review committees related to updating and refining the Curriculum; * Conduct research and collaborate with other institutions across the nation to continuously search for and become familiar with best practices as they relate to the Residential Curriculum.

Recruitment, Selection, Training & Development of Student Staff: * Coordinate student staff recruitment, selection, training and development in collaboration with HRL and university stakeholders; * Implement a fair, comprehensive process to select staff; * Develop and implement a tiered competency-based training curriculum, as per the University Life Core Competencies; * Manage paperwork for student staff hiring, evaluations, disciplinary actions, and exiting; follow up with supervisors and Human Resources regarding required paperwork and mandatory trainings as they pertain to departmental and university policies; * Work collaboratively with appropriate HRL stakeholders to determine and update both individual and departmental training needs on an ongoing basis through assessment, conferring with supervisors, and consulting with members of the leadership team; * Assist with the creation and implementation of ongoing student staff evaluations; utilize gathered data regarding student staff performance to inform future training and development initiatives; * Coordinate training on the staff performance and development process, recruitment processes, interview, and presentation skills; * Organize, develop and lead training initiatives for student staff members, including, but not limited to, UNIV 332 student staff training class; * Identify and promote student staff professional development opportunities offered by Mason and professional organizations such as, but not limited to, ACUHO-I, VACUHO, University Career Services, and the LEAD Office.

Supervision & Leadership: * Supervise and evaluate the Graduate Assistant for Residential Student Development Initiatives; * Coordinate with Graduate Assistant to advise the HRL Student Staff Advisory Board; * Provide leadership for student employee recruitment; manage the selection of student staff and ensure that the process occurs in a timely manner; * Serve as a liaison between the Residential Student Education and Engagement team and the Residential Communities team.

Collaborations & Partnerships: * Serve on departmental and divisional committees in support of the Residential Student Experience including Patriot Experience, Mason 360, Mason Reads, and others; * Act as a liaison for the department when partnering with other offices on campus as they contribute to the Residential Student Curriculum and Training initiatives for student staff; * Participate in the Departmental Assessment Team; * Provide support for divisional strategic initiatives.

Other Duties: * Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor; * Assist in fulfilling duties of vacant positions within the department, as needed; * Attend regularly scheduled departmental meetings; * Actively support and comply with all University policies, HRL regulations, department vision and goals; * Act as essential personnel in times of emergency and at critical times.

Required Qualifications: * Masters degree in higher education or related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience; * 1+ years of experience in student affairs; * Experience in developing and implementing a residential student experience through a residential curriculum; * Experience with planning and implementing training, evaluation, large projects, supervision, and working on collaborative teams is essential; * Proven ability to work in a dynamic environment creating solutions and implementing change; * Possess strong written and communication skills and able to navigate working with members of different offices and presenting to large groups of student staff.

Preferred Qualifications: * Experience in a large, dynamic housing/student affairs environment.

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