The Department of Residential Life is looking for individuals who would like to make a positive impact on our university. We are looking for enthusiastic people with leadership skills who celebrate diversity and enjoy being a part of a team.
We have 20 full-time, live-in, professional Resident Directors (RD) to manage our traditional residence halls. An RD's main focus is to provide a living environment conducive to learning. We will begin accepting applications for fall 2015 anticipated openings in January. Applicants must submit their cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to our online management system.
Assistant Residential Coordinator/ Assistant Community Director
In addition to the RD, some halls are managed by an Assistant Residential Coordinator (ARC). An ARC is a graduate student who works with the RD and student staff to help provide a living environment conducive to learning.
Three graduate-level Assistant Community Directors (ACD) work with the CD to manage our on-campus apartment communities, Hillside and Susquehanna.
We are currently recruiting for anticipated vacancies for 2015-16. To apply, send a cover letter, resume and contact information for two professional references to Kristin Calegari. Additionally, you must complete the Division of Student Affairs Application. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. However, should you wish to be considered for an interview at our ARC/ACD interview day on February 20th, you should have your completed application materials in no later than February 6, 2015.
Our full-time, live-in, professional Community Director (CD) manages our on-campus apartment communities, Hillside and Susquehanna. The CD's main focus is to provide leadership to their staff and residents while providing a living-learning environment.
Assistant Director of Residential Life
Each of our six residential communities is overseen by an Assistant Director (AD) of Residential Life. An AD is an experienced, mid-level manager whose main focus is to build a cohesive staff, manage their area office and serve as a liaison between the central office and the residential community to which they are assigned.