Assistant Director of Community Living

Assistant Director of Community Living

Title:                                      Assistant Director                            

Department:                      Community Living

FTE:                                        Full-time 11-12-month position

Starting Salary:                 $47,496 + Room and Partial Board

Overtime Status:              Exempt from overtime

Overview:  This is a full-time, live-in 12-month position. A furnished apartment is provided, along with a partial board plan.  Position is eligible for full employee benefit package. Position requires the ability to work flexible hours and duties during evenings and weekends, and to work holidays and transitional periods as needed, including the ability to work long hours and consecutive days without breaks during peak times.

Summary:  Under the supervision of the Director of Community Living, the Assistant Director (AD) of Community Living is responsible for the supervision, management, and operation of community residence hall(s) and apartments on the Carroll College campus, as well as various central office duties as assigned.  The AD helps to create, facilitate, and maintain a healthy and safe living and learning environment that promotes the philosophy and ideals of a Catholic college through holistic and educational developmental opportunities in student community life.  The AD supervises student staff and assists in developing paraprofessional training for Community Living staff.  The Assistant Director encourages student learning and development by encouraging student governance through support for residence hall councils (as applicable), coordinating and facilitating programming, clarifying college policies and informing students of available resources.  The Assistant Director is also an integral part of the college conduct process by educating students about expected conduct and calling students to accountability for their violations of the conduct code. Assistant Directors are expected to uphold the values and mission of the College and the department. They must also display skills and experience in customer service, collaboration and team work.  Assistant Directors must also have the ability to maintain a climate of mutual respect, support, trust and interdependence while acting with integrity, dignity and competence.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree.
  • Prior professional or advanced paraprofessional experience in student affairs.
  • Demonstrated success implementing programs that promote community, academic success and student development.
  • Experience managing multiple priorities and making sound decisions in a dynamic higher education environment.
  • Strong communication, leadership and crisis management skills.

 

  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree preferred in Student Affairs Administration or related field.
  • Demonstrated competence adjudicating student conduct cases.
  • Prior experience in residence life.

Successful candidates will be required to articulate their ability to support Carroll’s mission statement.  To view the mission statement and additional information about Carroll College, please visit our website at www.carroll.edu

 

For a priority consideration, send resume, letter of interest, names and phone numbers of three references to the Office of Human Resources, Carroll College, 1601 N. Benton Ave., Helena, MT 59625 or to employment@carroll.edu.   We will begin reviewing applications on December 12th, 2016 and the position will remain open until filled. EOE

 

Carroll Campus
Dates Posted: 
11/21/2016 to 12/12/2016
Employment type: