The Residence Director (RD) position is a graduate assistantship for students pursuing the M.A. in Educational Administration and Leadership with Student Affairs emphasis. The admission process to the Master's program occurs concurrently with the Housing & Greek Life RD selection process. Admission to the Master's program is based on rolling admission. Program Website: http://web.pacific.edu/x10673.xml
There are opportunities available for both Residential Life and Greek Life Residence Directors:
- The Residence Life RD position independently oversees a residence hall or apartment community. The RD will strive to create a living and learning environment that promotes academic achievement, personal growth and development. Responsibilities include: staff supervision (5-13 Resident Assistants), staff training and development, advising, student conduct, counseling, programming, and general administration.
- The Greek Life RD position serves as the primary administrator for a Greek community/Chapter House. The RD will strive to create a living and learning environment that promotes academic achievement, personal growth and development. Responsibilities include: Chapter oversight, working with the Inter-fraternity Council, College Panhellenic, Multicultural Greek Council Executive Boards and Order of Omega; duty coverage, building relationship with students, counseling and student conduct, and general administration.
Minimum Qualifications: (1) Experience in housing/Res Life, Greek Life, orientation, student government and/or campus programming (2) Acceptance into Pacific's M.A. in Educational Administration and Leadership program (3) Knowledge and interest in working in a college environment (4) For the Greek RD position, being a member of a social Greek organization is strongly preferred.Benefits:
Application Process and Timeline:
- Submit a résumé with three reference contacts to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 6, 2012 (preferred date)
- Our committee will begin conducting phone interviews for select candidates in late January and February. We will then be inviting selected candidates for on-campus interviews for the week of March 19-23, 2012.