The Assistant Director for Housing Operations (ADHO) position offers a unique and rewarding role within the division of Student Development. A 12-month, live-off position, the ADHO is responsible for the day to day management of all housing related functions within the Office of Student Life. Specifically, the Assistant Director will have direct oversight over housing operations processes including contract extensions, room inventories, key management, and housing changes and will collaborate with the Associate Director for Housing Operations to coordinate hall openings/closings, room selection, and first-year placements.
The ADHO directly supervises one full-time Front-Desk Administrative Assistant and oversees the hiring and ongoing training of 10-13 undergraduate work-study Office Assistants ensuring that the main office provides a welcoming, effective, and inclusive environment. The ADHO also directly supervises one Graduate Desk Coordinator and oversees nine security desk operations within the residence halls. The ADHO also serves as the liaison with an off-campus apartment complex where the University has a master lease and directly supervises one Graduate Residence Coordinator who lives in this apartment complex.
Because the ADHO is part of a larger Student Life team, this position also provides a unique opportunity to develop skills in crisis response, student conduct, leadership development, RA/GRC training, and general residential education. The person in this position will join the other Assistant Directors of Student Life in the emergency on-call rotation and serve as a University hearing officer for student conduct cases. On a small, collaborative campus, Assistant Directors also have the opportunity to be involved in campus-wide initiatives that will expose them to different areas in student development and higher education.
- Master's degree in College Student Personnel, Higher Education, Counseling in Student Affairs or a related field. - 1-3 years of residence life related experience, 0-3 years of post-Master's professional experience. - Ability to respond to a myriad of emergency and/or on-call situations. - Ability to respond to campus within 30 minutes.- Availability to work during night and weekend hours. - Ability to organize large scale processes and manage campus-wide logistics. - Knowledge of student development theory. - Knowledge of the needs of a residential community. - Experience supervising professional or paraprofessional staff - Attention to detail.- Ability to manage a budget. - Ability to support the University's goals for institutional diversity, as well as the goals and values of a Catholic, Jesuit education.
Application Information:For more information about this position and to apply online please visit: https://careers.loyola.edu/
For additional information, please contact Tim Cherney, Associate Director of Student Life, at email@example.com or visit our website http://www.loyola.edu/department/studentlife/join.
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.
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. The University is comprised of Loyola College, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and the soon to be dedicated School of Education. Loyola also operates its Clinical Centers and has graduate campuses in Timonium and Columbia. The University, which grants bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, currently enrolls 3,500 undergraduate and 2,600 graduate students from 34 states and 20 countries. Loyola is open to students from all religious backgrounds.