The Associate Director of Student Life for Housing Operations provides oversight for a comprehensive campus housing program for undergraduate residential students, which includes the coordination of openings/closings, housing selection and first year placements, serving as the primary liaison to Facilities, and management of the StarRez housing software. The Associate Director also provides direct supervision to 2-3 Assistant Directors, serves as a senior member of the on-call system, and serves as a member of the office leadership team, comprised of two other Associate Directors and the Director of Student Life. The Associate Director reports directly to the Director of Student Life. This position is a live-on position and housing near campus is provided. Because the Associate Director is part of a larger Student Life team, this position also provides the unique opportunity to develop skills in high-level crisis response, staff supervision, staff development, and student conduct. On a small collaborative campus, the Associate may also be involved in campus-wide initiatives including service as a mentor in Messina – Loyola's living learning initiative. The Office of Student Life is comprised of the Director, three Associate Directors, six Assistant Directors, a Program Assistant, 20 Graduate Residence Coordinators (GRCs), 80 Resident Assistants (RAs), and a security desk staff of approximately 200 students. Loyola is a primarily residential campus, with approximately 85% of students living on campus for all four years. The Office of Student Life also provides support to students who live off campus. Loyola University Maryland is a supportive and collaborative environment that encourages practitioners to build relationships across campus and participate in University initiatives. We are seeking a colleague whose professional philosophies align with our dedication to the development of the whole person and the Jesuit values of inclusion, justice, community, and a constant challenge to improve. Successful candidates will possess demonstrated skills in housing operations, occupancy management and assignments, collaboration, experience developing and implementing housing processes, and supervision. Successful candidates will also have demonstrated the ability to support and advocate for underrepresented students as well as creating opportunities dedicated to developing students' understanding of identity development, privilege, oppression, social justice, bias, and/or inclusive language/actions. Primary Job Responsibilities: Occupancy and Assignments
Develop and manage an occupancy plan to address housing supply and demand and forecast occupancy
Develop and manage the housing selection process for upperclass students
Develop and oversee the housing application process for first year students
Complete the housing assignment process for all first year students, transfer students, and students on the housing wait list Housing Processes
Manage all residence hall openings and closings
Coordinate University-wide logistics to support fall semester opening
Oversee all housing processes including keys, contract extensions/early arrivals, room condition reports, room changes, Move Week, etc.
Develop housing policies related to various areas, including early arrivals, contract extensions, and the housing selection process Partner with Facilities
Manage emergency response to facilities related issues, which may include relocation/developing alternative housing plans for students
Develop strong working relationships with Facilities staff and communicate with the Director of Facilities about issues or concerns
Represent Student Life at all pertinent Facilities related meetings
Help coordinate campus-wide programs, such as pest control, cleaning, and other projects related to University housing
Help address concerns proactively and plan for residence hall improvements/construction. Assist in the development of renovation plans and the implementation of new residential facilities Supervision and Team Leadership
Support both the departmental and divisional goals focused on diversity and inclusion
Indirectly supervise six Assistant Directors in collaboration with peer Associates specifically in regards to housing operations
Serve in the senior level on-call rotation for campus-wide emergencies potentially responding to emergencies in all areas of residential living. During rotation, must be within 30 minutes of campus if a response is needed
Communicate regularly with peer Associates and Director to discuss office needs, strategic planning, and office processes Qualifications
Master's degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education, Counseling in Student Affairs or a related field
3-5 years of post-Master's professional experience
3 years of residence life and on-call crisis response experience To Apply Interested candidates should apply online with a cover letter, résumé, and list of three references at: www.loyola.edu/careers. The position start date is June 17, 2019 (negotiable). For more information, please contact Christina Spearman, Dean of Students, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Loyola University Maryland welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, seeking applications from underrepresented groups. Additional information is available at www.loyola.edu.
Successful candidates for any staff, faculty, or administrative position at Loyola University Maryland will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus and to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person. Accordingly, Loyola inspires students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. Loyola’s beautiful, historic Evergreen campus is located in Baltimore, and its graduate centers are in Timonium and Columbia. Loyola enrolls 4,000 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students across the Sellinger School of Business and Management, the School of Education, and Loyola College of Arts and Sciences. Founded in 1852, Loyola is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States and the first to bear the name of Saint Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus.