This title is in the unclassified service and is designated Managerial/Confidential. Appointees to Managerial/Confidential titles serve at the pleasure of the chief administrative officer and are not represented for collective negotiations.
As a family, the housing and residential life series administers and manages all facets of on-campus student housing, including operation of the housing complex and coordination of academic, cultural, and social programs for resident students.
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT FOR HOUSING AND AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES perform functions similar to those listed for a Housing Director (now Director of Residential Life) but also has responsibilities for some auxiliary enterprises on a campus.
Housing Director (Director of Residential Life)directs the student-housing program of a campus. Develops, implements and evaluates a program of student housing consistent with the educational program of the campus; helps recruit and supervises subordinate professional housing staff; assists specific academic officers with the development of academic programs accommodated in residence halls; aids in developing special living situations to accommodate selective identifiable populations involved in a special intellectual experience or academic program; oversees the residence halls operation including: controlling of housing assignments of students; supervising application procedures; approving room rent contracts; receiving rent, room deposits and making refunds; approving room transfers; controlling and maintaining inventory of facilities, space, equipment and supplies; coordinating housekeeping and inspection; coordinating student services; assisting in facilities planning; and maintaining student address control; also oversees off-campus housing and maintains a list of College approved housing to aid students wishing to reside off-campus; works closely with other offices of the College, such as auxiliary services and Student Affairs, to see that necessary services are provided to students in their living areas.
A Master's degree, preferably in student personnel and experience in student housing affairs.
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