Director of Residential Education

Employer
California State University, Sacramento
Location
California, United States
Salary
$77,280.00 - $100,000.00
Posted
Jun 09, 2021
Employment Level
Administrative
Employment Type
Full Time

Reporting to the Sr. Director for Housing Business Operations and Residential Education, the Director of Residential Education is responsible for the leadership and management of the core and critical residential education areas. This includes supervision, leadership, and evaluation of seven (7) Residential Hall Coordinators (RHC-SSP II classification), one Assistant Directors: programming, training, and hiring, and two graduate students and approximately 50 paraprofessionals and 75 student employees. The incumbent is also responsible for the overall coordination, staffing, policy and budget development, and management of all on-campus residence halls (2100 bed spaces); guide the live-in staff team towards the development of residence hall communities that integrate the students’ residential and academic experiences; assist in the development of quiet study areas, academic support programs and the facilitation of faculty involvement in the residence hall communities (Faculty in Residence/Faculty Mentor Program). The Director is responsible for adjudication of residence hall and University Policy violations (Title 5) involving residence hall students. The incumbent will work closely with the Assistant Director of Housing Business Operations in creating an environment of innovation and creativity while also valuing individual and group differences; instill in staff through teaching and role modeling the departmental values of Integrity, Teamwork, Respect, Customer Service, Professionalism and Innovation.
This position has complete oversight and ultimate responsibility for 2100 residents, eight full time staff members and approximately 125 student staff. Incumbent has final decision making authority as it concerns all student staff hiring, training and termination. Incumbent’s breadth of responsibility includes the ability to recommend all full-time staff hiring and termination. The incumbent will represent the department on University committees with the ability to make decisions directly affecting the residential education operation.