The Assistant Director of Campus Life fosters a living-learning
approach to student growth and achievement by participating in the
development and implementation of short and long range goals
designed to meet the needs of current and prospective students;
facilitates a creative, appropriate and student-centered direction
for the department by participating in the shaping, interpretation,
communication and implementation of residence life and services
policies and procedures.
- Coordinate the hiring and training process for all residence
life staff and serve as a first-line contact and resource for
- Oversees opening and closing of residence hall area during
University recesses and supervise check-in and check-out
- Coordinates housing contracts, room changes, and placements.
- Chair the Conduct Board and serve as the primary investigator
for campus conduct incidents.
- Coordinate and participate in the on-call duty rotation for the
residence life staff and serve as the primary emergency back-up for
- Plan, create, and implement Living and Learning Communities,
tutoring and other academic support services, and other programs to
integrate the residence halls with students' academic pursuits.
- Work with the Residence Life Graduate Assistants and Resident
Assistants to mediate student disputes and resolve interpersonal
problems in the residence halls.
- Work closely with Facilities and the University Police to ensure
timely inspections, repairs, and long-range planning and create a
safe and welcoming environment.
- Oversee all administrative functions for housing, including
letters, contracts, keys, housing assignments, work orders,
- Manage the Residence Life department budget.
- Establish and facilitate a robust and inclusive residence hall
programming model that match the University values.
- Maintain and provide accurate and useful data on occupancy,
incidents, conduct cases, and other student- and facilities-related
- Works closely with Admissions, Student Accounts, Disabilities
Service Office, and other University offices to ensure a smooth and
effective process for students seeking housing.
- Work with the Director of Campus Life and the Dean of Students
to support campus life and other programs as needed.
- Demonstrate and reflect understanding of and commitment to the
mission and core values of the University and the Sisters of
The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a
representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of
this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned.
Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon
- Master's degree in student affairs, higher education, counseling
or equivalent combination of education and experience in related
field is required.
- At least two years of experience in student affairs or higher
education is required.
- Experience in residence life at a professional or student level
- Must have experience and abilities in staff oversight,
management and planning, record keeping, programming, crisis
management, and mediation.
- Strong communication, computer, and interpersonal skills are
- Must be able and willing to work flexible hours, including some
evenings and weekends.
- Needs a demonstrated commitment to working collaboratively with
a diverse population to enhance and further the mission of the
- Willingness to live or relocate to an area within a 35-mile
radius of campus in order to serve in the on-call rotation.
Carlow University employees commit themselves to the highest
standards of ethical conduct. They commit to act with
integrity, treat others with respect and dignity, carefully steward
the University's resources, avoid conflicts of interest or
commitment, maintain confidentiality, and to comply with legal and
Send cover letter and resume to HR10@carlow.edu
Carlow University is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We strive for a campus
that reflects our urban setting and is inclusive of
underrepresented groups to enhance our University