Assistant Director of Residence Life

Job description

Are you excited by planning and delivering business excellence? Do you love solving complex problems? Are you a team player who thrives on collaboration with colleagues? Do you want to be part of building a high performing team and developing talent for the future?

Campus Living Villages (CLV) aspires to set the global standard in student accommodation. As a business we go beyond providing quality buildings and facilities, working to create exciting communities, learning opportunities and memories for our residents that last a lifetime.

Our Core Values CLV’s goal is to CREATE a culture that we all enjoy working within by following the below values. It is expected for all CLV employees to demonstrate the values listed below on a day to day basis:

Community: Be part of the ONE team and pursue the team goal.

Respect: Be tolerant and accepting of colleagues and customers and don’t manipulate, demean or mistreat people.

Equality: Endeavour to treat everyone the same, regardless of their role.

Accountability: Work hard, work smart and don’t blame others.

Trust: Be forthright, candid and deliver on your promises.

Enthusiasm: Be passionate in what you do and give 100%.

The Assistant Director of Residence Life will be located at our village in New Orleans, LA.

Key Accountabilities:

· Supervising, evaluating and training resident directors

· Monitoring resident assistant performance issues.

· Providing direction and oversight of various residence life program components which may include resident assistant training & selection, professional staff training & recruitment, residence hall opening and closing, intersession housing, and summer programs.

· Encouraging student accountability for the Student Code of Conduct and Residence Life policies and procedures; Serving as hearing officer and adjudicate violations of policy.

· Participating in the housing administrator on call system and serving during emergency periods at the request of the Director.


  • Demonstrated experience in community development, crisis response and staff supervision
  • Ability to establish harmonious working relationships with members of the University community
  • Experience working with diverse populations and educating students on issues of diversity
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, high traffic environment
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills


  • 2-3 year experience in housing/residential life.Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education administration, education or related field preferred.

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