Professional Staff

Area Director

Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Housing

 

Area Director - There is currently no opening at this time.

The College of William and Mary's Residence Life department invites enthusiastic, motivated candidates to apply for the Area Director position. The Area Director will be responsible for the management and daily operations of a multi-facility area housing 550-700 residents and supervision of 15-30 student staff members including Resident Assistants, Head Residents, and/or a graduate Hall Director/Complex Director. Other responsibilities include community and leadership development, staff training, crisis intervention, adjudication of student conduct cases, and rotating weekend on-call duty for the campus.

Professional development is encouraged and supported. Opportunities include, but are not limited to, participation on division-wide committees, advising student groups, conferences, and tuition remittance.

This 12-month live-in Professional position includes a starting salary of $33,500, furnished office with updated technology, PDA, university benefits package (including life insurance, health insurance and retirement), furnished apartment (including utilities, air conditioning, washer/dryer, campus cable, local phone, high-speed internet), reserved parking (with the purchase of a campus parking pass), and programming resource center, library, and recreation center privileges. 

Qualifications: Masters Degree required; residence life and hall supervisory experience preferred.

To Apply: Candidates may apply electronically once a confirmed opening occurs by submitting a letter of interest, current resume, and contact information for at least three references at jobs.wm.edu.

Review of resumes will begin once a position becomes available and will continue until positions are filled.

William & Mary is an EEO/AA employer.

Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Housing - There is currently no opening at this time.

This 12 month live-in professional position includes a competitive  salary, furnished office with updated technology, PDA, university benefits package (including life insurance, health insurance and retirement), furnished apartment (including utilities, air conditioning, washer/dryer, campus cable, local phone, high-speed wireless internet), reserved parking (with the purchase of a campus parking pass), programming resource center, library, and recreation center privileges. Professional development is encouraged and supported with opportunities including, but are not limited to, participation on division-wide committees, advising student groups, conferences, and tuition remittance. 

Residence Life at the College of William and Mary invites enthusiastic, motivated candidates to apply for the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Housing position. Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Director of Residence Life, the Assistant Director is responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of assigned, multi-facility fraternity and sorority housing currently consisting of approximately 600 students.  New fraternity houses are being constructed and the capacity of the area will decrease when they open in the fall of 2013. The Assistant Director is also responsible to the Director of Housing Operations and the Associate and Assistant Directors of Residence Life for their functional areas.  The major management activities are accomplished through the supervision of a building support worker and student staff that includes the Fraternity/Sorority Housing Assistants and the non-fraternity and sorority Resident Assistants.  The Assistant Director selects, trains, supervises, and evaluates this staff in addition to working closely with and training volunteer Chapter Liaisons.  Other responsibilities include attending IFC, Panhellenic Council, and other fraternity and sorority leadership meetings and events, collaborating with House Corporations on advising and house improvements, student counseling, referrals, administration, community and leadership development, crisis intervention, facilities management, adjudicating student conduct cases, and sharing in the on-call duty rotation with other professional staff. 

To Apply: Candidates may apply electronically by submitting a letter of interest, current resume, and contact information for at least three references at https://jobs.wm.edu.  

Review of resumes will begin once the position becomes available and will continue until positions are filled.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree required or Master’s degree by the time of appointment residence life, fraternity and sorority life and hall supervisory experience strongly preferred.