Coordinator for Residential Services for Operations, Office of Residential Living - Division of Stu
Coordinator for Residential Services for Operations, Office of Residential Living - Division of Student Affairs
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The Office of Residential Living is a member of the Division of Student Affairs, which provides programs and services to support students, encourages learning to take place in all parts of students' lives, and centers in students' academic experiences. This learning is enriched by their living environments and their engagement in a wide range of co-curricular pursuits - from community service to athletics and from student government to the performing arts. An array of services are always available to support students, to assure their health and wellness, assist with their career development, and meet a variety of personal and academic needs.
The Coordinator for Residential Services for Operations has duties that include:
- Supervises the Residence Hall Offices (RHOs).
- Assists in managing day-to-day operational functions of Residential Services.
- Assists the Associate Director of Residential Services in the operational aspects of academic and summer program, including check-in, purchasing, staff scheduling, customer service, and employee relations.
- Develops and assists in reconciliation of budgets for the RHOs.
- Oversees all Residence Hall Offices during the academic year and summer.
- Ensures key inventory in each RHO.
- Along with the Coordinator for Summer Programs, coordinates summer cleaning/check-in and out meeting, move-out inspections, and preparing reports for distribution.
- Creates summer night duty schedule.
- Participates in program review and development, student staff selection, work assignments, training, and evaluating performance of student employees.
- Supervises a team of Residence Hall Inspectors during the academic year.
- Manages and distributes all non-residential keys and oversees the Keyper System.
- Bachelor's degree
- Supervisory experience
- Excellent verbal and writing skills
- Ability to work with spreadsheets and housing management systems (Georgetown utilizes StarRez)
- Customer service skills and ability to communicate successfully with students, parents and partner offices
- Organizational, analytic and problem-solving skills
- Ability to complete job-related physical activity, to perform a great degree of mobility in the inspection of residential rooms and lounges and storage rooms, and to move furniture
- Valid driver's license
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