Residential Student Coordinators

 

RESIDENTIAL STUDENT COORDINATORS, 2019-2020

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Please note that each of the four Residential Student Coordinator positions has a separate application (linked below). If you want to be considered for multiple positions, you must apply to each one via their specific application link.

Graduate Experience Coordinator, apply here.

Hiring and Training Coordinator, apply here.

Living and Learning Coordinator, apply here.

Undergraduate Experience Coordinator, apply here.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will remain open until all positions are filled. Application review will begin on Friday, April 12th.

PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE JOB DESCRIPTION BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION.

Please note that the job descriptions are subject to change prior to the conclusion of the Residential Student Coordinators Selection Process.

Job Descriptions: 

Please see the Job Descriptions below for each of the Residential Student Coordinators: 

GRADUATE EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR: 

APPLY HERE.

The goal of Residential Life’s residential communities is to create safe and inclusive living learning communities that foster holistic education and global citizenship. Residential Life’s vision reflects a commitment to the intentional creation of effective and innovative programs aimed at developing students to be engaged campus and global citizens, and active agents of social change. The professional staff, and the numerous student staff they supervise accomplish this through a combination of educational events, community building activities, student empowerment and personal conversations. This is accomplished by the work of the 500+ student employees who work in the residence halls.

The Graduate Experience Coordinator plays an integral part in the development and coordination of of the apartment-living community. The position is responsible for assisting with community need, neighbor or apartment conflicts, resident emergencies, some facilities concerns, and serving as the on-call contact for the Resident Assistant/Community Coordinator/Apartment Coordinator needs when the business office is closed.  

Ethics Statement:

As a representative of the University of California, Berkeley and a member of the Residential Life staff, the Graduate Experience Coordinator is expected to respect personal integrity of all community members and assure they be treated in a manner that is fundamentally fair. Staff should refrain from engaging in any behaviors, attitudes, relationships, or actions that:

  • Would be considered harassment on the basis of gender, race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, citizenship, age, and/or ability.
  • Would impinge on a resident's or another staff member's dignity, moral code, privacy, self‐worth, and academic, physical, psychological, and/or emotional well‐being.
  • Would seek unjustified personal gains, unfair advantage, unearned goods or services.

 

Essential Duties

Community Development (40%)

  • Be visible and available on the floor or building in order to understand the needs of the residential community and encourage the personal, social, and academic development of students.
  • Throughout the semester, conduct Bear Chats with residents, as required by the Residential Student Experience Model under the supervision of the Resident Director or Associate Director
  • Support and encourage residents in the development and continued engagement in an effective Hall Association. This may include but is not limited to: recruitment of residents for hall association, promotion of election process, and attendance at some association meetings and events.
  • Provide academic, personal support and referrals and, demonstrate knowledge of campus resources.
  • Act as a mediator in conflict situations when needed (i.e. roommate, neighbors, noise, etc.).
  • Work cooperatively with students in the living environment to reflect a community that displays respect for the rights and privacy of others and promotes consideration of individual needs.
  • Cultivate an inclusive environment in which residents feel welcomed to engage and contribute to the living community.
  • Model ethical behavior through personal and academic pursuits and adhere to all housing  policies.
  • Demonstrate appreciation of differences and assist students in developing an understanding of diverse backgrounds, cultures and lifestyles.  
  • Respect and treat all individuals fairly and equitably by being open and understanding of all religious identities, abilities, sexual orientation, gender expression, cultural & ethnic identities, and citizenship status.

Risk Management Responsibilities (25%)

  • Follow all emergency procedures as outlined by the Hall Staff Manual and directed by Resident Director  or Senior Resident Director.
  • Confront and respond to student behavior that is inappropriate and/or is in violation of campus policies and procedures (i.e. behavior that endangers the health and safety of residents).
  • Following the situation(s), document incident(s) within 12 hours of an incident while following all protocols and procedures. Demonstrate sound judgement in reporting urgent situations in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • May occasionally serve in an on call capacity ro as a member of a duty rotation

Administrative (20%)

  • Disseminate and communicate all announcements and policies as directed by the Resident Director or Senior Resident Director on behalf of Residential Life and UC Berkeley to the residential community.
  • Complete administrative tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Attend regular one-on-one meeting with the Resident Director (RD) or Associate Director.
  • Attend and actively participate in fall and spring student staff training sessions, and all scheduled in-service trainings.
  • Participate in all individual, staff, group evaluation processes.

Additional Duties (5%)

  • Participate in hall staff selection process (i.e., panel and group interviews).
  • Assist with and be present for the implementation of Cal Day as directed.
  • Additional Duties as assigned to meet the evolving needs of the Residential Community

Qualifications

  • Applicants must have a completed bachelor’s degree.
  • Applicants must apply to a University of California, Berkeley graduate program and complete all requirements for admission.
  • Applications for Graduate Experience Coordinator position and for admission to graduate school are separate.
  • Graduate student in good standing with the university and possessing a minimum 2.300 cumulative GPA and good standing with the University at the time of application and throughout the period of employment. Please note that GPA does not round up, any GPA below a 2.300 (2.299 or below) will make you ineligible for this position. Hiring Coordinators are not required to be enrolled in academic courses during employment for the summer.
  • Full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester) during time of application and throughout the period of employment.  Exceptions must have the prior approval of the Director of Residential Life.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to facilitate community among individuals
  • Understanding or willingness to create an inclusive, socially-just community.
  • Preferred minimum of one year residence in a college or university residence hall, or a similar group living experience such as a Greek house, co-op, or theme program prior to term of employment.


Terms of Employment

  • The period of employment for this position is for the entirety of the academic year and/or summer. You must be available for a minimum time commitment of 19 hours weekly during the Fall/Spring semester. Some evening and weekend hours are required. Summer employment is also available, but not required.
  • Any major time commitments (i.e. summer school, additional employment exceeding 15 hours a week, etc.) outside the Graduate Experience Coordinator position must be discussed and approved by the Manager for Student Initiatives prior to accepting the position.
  • The Graduate Experience Coordinator must submit a copy of an official transcript in order to ensure compliance with the academic requirements of the position following completion each semester.
  • Continued employment is contingent upon a satisfactory job performance evaluation by the supervisor. Satisfactory job performance evaluation is defined as meeting expectations as defined by the job evaluation in all areas of the job description.

Compensation

  • The Graduate Experience Coordinator will receive a room and board during the period of employment as compensation.
  • Living arrangements may range from a single room to a shared apartment space, depending on the departmental need.
  • The Graduate Experience Coordinator will receive the Gold Meal Plan. Unused points after the vacancy of the position will not be transferred to the student.

Expectations

  • Maintain positive working relationships with others in Residential Life.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and objectivity in all matters related to all candidates, current professional and career staff, and office information.
  • Follow established administrative processes such as reimbursement, purchase orders, and contract approvals.

Nondiscrimination Policy Statement for University of California

The University of California, in accordance with applicable Federal and State law and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer related or genetic characteristics), ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or service in the uniformed services.  The University also prohibits sexual harassment. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access, and treatment in University programs and activities. Inquiries regarding the University's student-related nondiscrimination policies may be directed as follows: Sex discrimination and access: ADA/504 Compliance Office, (510) 643-5116 (voice or TTY/TDD); age discrimination: Age Discrimination Act Coordinator, (510) 642-8471.  Other inquiries may be directed to the Academic Compliance Officer, 200 California Hall #1500, (510) 642-2795.

Background Check Requirement

This position is subject to a criminal background check. This position meets the following background check criteria:

  • Access to detailed personally identifiable information about students, faculty, staff, or alumni which might enable identity theft.

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Provides health and safety training, guidance on safe work practices, provides proper equipment, observes work practices and correct methods, and investigates accidents. Works in a safe and responsible manner while not putting self or others at risk. This includes complying with applicable policies and regulations; using personal safety gear; observing warning signs; learning about potential hazards; and reporting unsafe conditions.

 

 

HIRING AND TRAINING COORDINATOR: 

 

APPLY HERE.

 

The goal of Residential Life’s residential communities is to create safe and inclusive living learning communities that foster holistic education and global citizenship. Residential Life’s vision reflects a commitment to the intentional creation of effective and innovative programs aimed at developing students to be engaged campus and global citizens, and active agents of social change. The professional staff, and the numerous student staff they supervise accomplish this through a combination of educational events, community building activities, student empowerment and personal conversations. This is accomplished by the work of the 500+ student employees who work in the residence halls.
 

The Hiring and Training Coordinator plays an integral part in the development and coordination of the recruitment and selection processes for Residential Life staff positions . The Residential Hiring and Training Coordinator will develop and carry out a comprehensive marketing plan as well as coordinate the application, interview, hiring and onboarding process.  The Hiring and Training Coordinator will also ensure a professional and positive experience for all applicants to the positions. The Hiring and Training Coordinator assists in the development and coordination of Hall Staff training for the live-in student staff. In collaboration with the Residential Life Training Team, the Hiring and Training Coordinator is essential in the creation of a comprehensive training curriculum that supports the department’s mission.

 

The Residential Hiring and Training Coordinator’s role encompasses developing marketing strategies, project management, large-event coordination, and positively representing the department. Collaboration with peers and other professionals in the department is essential is essential in the success of this Coordinator, therefore, flexibility, creativity, professionalism, time management, and an ability to work independently is required.  The responsibilities listed will be carried out under the supervision of the  Resident Director or the  Assistant Director of Residential Life.

The Residential Hiring and Training Coordinator also serves as lead of the Hiring and Training team, which includes: assigning daily tasks, coordinating meeting agendas, and following up on assignments.

 

Ethics Statement:

As a representative of the University of California, Berkeley and a member of the Residential Life staff, the Living Learning Coordinator is expected to respect personal integrity of all community members and assure they be treated in a manner that is fundamentally fair. Staff should refrain from engaging in any behaviors, attitudes, relationships, or actions that:

  • Would be considered harassment on the basis of gender, race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, citizenship, age, and/or ability.
  • Would impinge on a resident's or another staff member's dignity, moral code, privacy, self‐worth, and academic, physical, psychological, and/or emotional well‐being.
  • Would seek unjustified personal gains, unfair advantage, unearned goods or services.

 

Essential Functions

Leadership and Communication (30%)

  • Lead the Hiring and Training Team in development and implementation of multiple academic year and summer hiring processes for academic year and summer processes. This includes helping to establish the creation of the overall selection goals and process under the advice of the professional staff in Residential Life.
  • Perform outreach to various student groups and populations; do additional presentations at meetings and communicate with contacts and campus partners about positions.
  • Maintain correspondence with potential candidates and campus partners relating to all matters relating to hiring and training processes. Maintain and regularly check departmental email account (at least once every 24 hours).
  • Design or assist marketing staff in designing recruitment website; regularly update website information.
  • Develop and implement a marketing plan in collaboration with other stakeholders that will reach a broad spectrum of the UC Berkeley diverse student body.
  • Coordinate mass correspondence to candidates including interview notification and candidacy status letters.
  • Create and maintain accurate employee rosters.
  • Order and maintain all office and administrative supplies necessary for the planning and implementing staff selection.
  • Provide informal feedback to the Hiring and Training Team on tasks and processes.
  • Conduct and organize weekly team meetings as needed.
  • Meet as requested with the professional staff to report progress on selection tasks and upcoming deadlines. Be in direct communication with supervisors about progress of work.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Hiring Process Management and Project Coordination (25%)

  • Develop and deliver informative and engaging interest sessions for varying audiences around campus.
  • Coordinate all room reservations and catering needs for info sessions and interviews.
  • Develop materials and updates to inform the professional staff in the department about current hiring processes.
  • Assist in development and follow through of the position-specific hiring timelines.
  • Assist with the creation of application and interview materials for all positions.
  • Responsible for the collection and filing of all application materials, essays, grade reports, recommendation forms, and acceptance letters.
  • Track and regularly update candidate status and candidate rosters.
  • Assist in implementation of interview process; coordinate on-site at interviews and provide direction for participants.
  • Transcribe and organize all interview results.
  • Provide onboarding instructions and support for new student hires, including, but not limited, to coordinating payroll information, scheduling mass hire sessions, work-study, scheduling background checks, and separating students leaving the positions.
  • Regularly update online application forms and databases, be able to provide timely information to stakeholders.

 

Training Process Management and Project Coordination (25%)

  • Assist in the development of individual training session goals and objectives for each component of the training program; recruiting facilitators, developing agenda, activities, and assessments.
  • Assist in identifying and selecting campus and community training consultants and provide them with the necessary information and materials related to their training session.
  • Respond to correspondence from hall staff and other staff regarding Training in a timely manner.
  • Provide resources and instructions for the professional staff concerning training sessions
  • Assist in the design and development of the Staff Training Website and online training modules.
  • Meet weekly with the staff responsible for summer training preparation and be prepared to communicate progress on training tasks and upcoming deadlines.

 

Administration and Event Management (10%)

  • Develop and implement an overall design and marketing scheme for materials involved with training in collaboration with the Training Team.
  • Design the Training schedule and participant materials. Prepare final copy for distribution to the staff during training.
  • Schedule all room reservations and corresponding audio-visual equipment required for all training sessions.
  • Coordinate all meals needed during training sessions with the assistance of Dining and or Conference Services and outside vendors.
  • Assist with set-up, logistics, and facilitation of training sessions for hall staff training.
  • Identify outside vendors needed and follow appropriate procedures for event approval, insurance, payment, and reimbursement.
  • Assist with the creation and duplication of training materials required for individual training sessions
  • Research, identify and order hall staff supplies necessary for training curriculum and follow up on any purchasing procedures required.

 

Assessment/Analysis/Strategics (5%)

  • Gather input from student and professional staff and review department needs in relationship to selection and training.
  • Work with the Hiring Team to develop and implement training for professional and student staff on the interview process, norming procedure for application reviewing, and hiring standards.
  • Develop evaluation tools for the overall selection process for candidates, hall staff, and professional staff.
  • Compile and review the feedback from the evaluation processes.
  • Assist in reviewing and analyzing the feedback from past hall staff training.
  • Develop evaluation tools for the overall training program and individual training sessions.
  • Gather input from student and professional staff and review department needs in relationship to training.

 

Other Duties (5%)

  • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate or graduate student in good standing with the university and possessing a minimum 2.300 cumulative GPA and good standing with the University at the time of application and throughout the period of employment. Please note that GPA does not round up, any GPA below a 2.300 (2.299 or below) will make you ineligible for this position. Hiring Coordinators are not required to be enrolled in academic courses during employment for the summer.
  • Full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester) during time of application and throughout the period of employment.  Exceptions must have the prior approval of the Director of Residential Education.

 

Preferred qualifications:

  • Previous experience in administration, event planning, leadership, or project coordination.

Terms of Employment

  • The period of employment for this position is for the entirety of the academic year and/or summer. You must be available for a minimum time commitment of 19 hours weekly during the Fall/Spring semester. Some evening and weekend hours are required. Summer employment is also available, but not required.
  • Any major time commitments (i.e. summer school, additional employment exceeding 15 hours a week, etc.) outside the Hiring Coordinator position must be discussed and approved by the Manager for Student Initiatives prior to accepting the position.
  • The Hiring and Training Coordinator must submit a copy of an official grade report in order to ensure compliance with the academic requirements of the position following completion each semester.
  • Continued employment is contingent upon a satisfactory job performance evaluation by the supervisor. Satisfactory job performance evaluation is defined as meeting expectations as defined by the job evaluation in all areas of the job description.

 

Compensation

  • The Hiring and Training Coordinator will receive a room and board during the period of employment as compensation.
  • Living arrangements may range from a single room to a shared apartment space, depending on the departmental need.
  • The Hiring and Training Coordinator will receive a Meal Plan. Unused points after the vacancy of the position will not be transferred to the student.

 

Expectations

  • Maintain positive working relationships with others in Residential Life.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality and objectivity in all matters related to all candidates, current professional and career staff, and office information.
  • Follow established administrative processes such as reimbursement, purchase orders, and contract approvals.

 

 

LIVING AND LEARNING COORDINATOR: 

 

APPLY HERE.

 

The Mission of Residential Life is to facilitate student transitions into the intellectual and social communities of the University of California, Berkeley and to promote personal wellbeing and respect for the community needs of all residents. Residential Life’s vision reflects a commitment to the intentional creation of effective and innovative programs aimed to empower students with the skills to become engaged campus and global citizens, and active agents of social change. The Senior Resident Directors, Resident Directors, and the Live-In Student Staff will accomplish this mission through a combination of community building activities, student empowerment programs, and personal conversations.

 

The Living Learning Residential Student Coordinator is responsible for developing and maintaining an atmosphere that promotes residential communities through excellence in academic integration and personal development opportunities for students.  As an employee of Residential Life, each Coordinator will adhere to, administer, and enforce policies and procedures as outlined in the Residential Life Student Staff Manual, the Residential Code of Conduct, the UC Berkeley Campus Code of Conduct University of California Personnel Policies and Procedures, and the University of California Policies applying to Campus Activities, Organizations and Students.

The Living Learning Coordinator’s role is to connect with the members of the residential community as well as support the Theme Programs, as directed by the Residential Student Experience Model (RSEM). The RSEM outlines the framework used by the residential staff that will engage students through one-on-one conversations, community meetings, and programs that target the needs of the community. The Living Learning Coordinator serves as a resource to both residents and staff while upholding the goals and policies of Residential Life.  All responsibilities listed will be carried out under the supervision of the Resident Director or Assistant Director who works with Theme Programs.

Ethics Statement:

As a representative of the University of California, Berkeley and a member of the Residential Life staff, the Living Learning Coordinator is expected to respect personal integrity of all community members and assure they be treated in a manner that is fundamentally fair. Staff should refrain from engaging in any behaviors, attitudes, relationships, or actions that:

  • Would be considered harassment on the basis of gender, race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, citizenship, age, and/or ability.
  • Would impinge on a resident's or another staff member's dignity, moral code, privacy, self‐worth, and academic, physical, psychological, and/or emotional well‐being.
  • Would seek unjustified personal gains, unfair advantage, unearned goods or services.


Essential Duties:

Strategic Development (30%)

  • Engage in Benchmarking and assessment processes to ensure Theme Programs are aligned with best practices.
  • Research concepts and ideas for the advancement and success of the Theme Programs.
  • Participate in the development of strategies that help the Theme Programs continue to thrive.
  • Support the ongoing development of the Theme Programs and Living Learning Communities
  • Assist with management of the Theme Program Proposal Process along with partners and stakeholders.
  • Support incoming asks or requests for expansion by ensuring communication and streamlined processes.
  • Collaborate with applicable partners to ensure proper assessment of programs is performed.

Administrative Support and Execution of Programmatic Elements  (25%)

  • Attend applicable theme program events
  • Manage the preparation for programs (ex: cost research, waivers, applications, etc) and support successful execution of theme program events.
  • Work with campus departments to streamline purchasing and logistical components.
  • Organize budget processes, budget tracking and implementation.
  • Support, promote, and attend Unit, System-wide, and Campus Strategies under the supervision of the Resident Director or Assistant Director.  

Support and Development of Academic Components (20%)

  • Collaborate with Residential Life staff and Theme Program partners to develop and facilitate the implementation of an academic seminar.
  • Assist with administrative support for the seminar (ex: logistics, presenter outreach, room reservations, etc).
  • Help to organize seminar information and connection to residential Theme Program experience in collaboration with Residential Life staff and partners.

Representation and Outreach (20%)

  • Engage in public speaking opportunities by representing Residential Life in applicable Theme Program and Living Learning Community spaces.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of marketing materials.
  • Manage web content by ensuring accuracy of information and development of content.
  • Attend and co-facilitate frequent meetings with stakeholders.
  • Assist with outreach to Theme Program affiliates.

Other Duties as Assigned  (5%)


Qualifications

Required:

  • Undergraduate or graduate student possessing a minimum 2.300 cumulative GPA and good standing with the University at the start of position and throughout the period of employment. Please note that GPA does not round up, any GPA below a 2.300 (2.299 or below) will make you ineligible for this position.
  • Full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester) during period of employment.

Preferred:

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to facilitate community among individuals
  • Understanding or willingness to learn about the principles of an inclusive, socially-just community
  • Meets residency requirements and demonstrates academic interest in the subject matter of the theme program.
  • Preferred minimum of one year residence in a college or university residence hall, or a similar group living experience such as a Greek house, co-op, or theme program prior to term of employment.

Terms of Employment

  • Abide by all Housing and Residential Policies as outlined by the Residential and Campus Code of Conduct. Failure to abide by these policies  may result personnel action up to and including dismissal.
  • Maintain the required 2.300 minimum G.P.A. throughout the term of employment.  Living Learning Coordinators must submit a copy of an official grade report to Residential Life. Spring 2018 grade report must be submitted by July 1, 2018 while the Fall 2018 grade report must be submitted within the first week of classes of the Spring 2019 semester in order to ensure compliance with the academic requirements of the position.
  • Maintain full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester) throughout the term of employment. Exceptions must have prior approval of the Resident Director and Assistant Director.
  • The period of employment for this live-in position commences with the start of student staff training (see below for details) and concludes Sunday, May 19, 2019 with the closing of the residence halls.
  • Living Learning Coordinators are expected to work during some evenings, weekends and holidays. A commitment of approximately 19 hours/week is expected (some weeks may be more, whereas others may be less, depending on time of year, events, issues in the hall, etc.), which includes but is not limited to, engaging with residents, required meetings, duty coverage, program implementation and attendance, being visible and available to residents, and addressing the specific needs of the community.
  • Living Learning Coordinators are restricted to no more than fifteen hours of outside commitments (i.e. running for ASUC, club participation, additional employment, both on and off campus). Exceptions must be discussed and approved in advance by the Resident Director or Assistant Director.
  • Continued employment is contingent upon a satisfactory job performance evaluation by the supervisor. Satisfactory job performance evaluation is defined as meeting expectations as defined by the job evaluation in all areas of the job description.
  • Living Learning Coordinator positions are for the academic year. Candidates who wish to continue during the subsequent summer or academic year must apply through the designated process.
  • Living Learning Coordinators who display psychological behavior which raises concerns about fitness for the position may be required to complete an assessment of fitness and ability in order to continue in the position.
  • Training will begin as early as August 9th, 2019.

Compensation

  • The Living Learning Coordinator will receive a room and board during the period of employment as compensation.
  • Living arrangements may range from a single room to a shared apartment space, depending on the departmental need.
  • Living Learning Coordinator will receive the Gold Meal Plan. Unused points after the vacancy of the position will not be transferred to the student.

Expectations

  • Living Learning Coordinators are expected to model ethical behavior for all residence hall policies and procedures. Failure to demonstrate ethical behavior may result in personnel action up to and including dismissal.
  • Maintain positive working relationships with fellow hall staff and Residential Life staff.
  • Maintain appropriate behavior on social media when engaging with residents and colleagues and act in the capacity of your position
  • Report maintenance problems in a timely fashion in order to maintain the physical condition of the residence halls.  Provide immediate follow-up on reported problems.
  • Do not duplicate or loan keys to unauthorized persons.  Master keys are to be kept in their designated, secure location at all times when not in use and are not to leave the building or area without authorization.
  • Maintain confidentiality and objectivity in all matters related to students and staff.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the RD and the administrative staff of Residential Life.

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR: 

 

APPLY HERE.

 

The Mission of Residential Life is to facilitate student transitions into the intellectual and social communities of the University of California, Berkeley and to promote personal wellbeing and respect for the community needs of all residents. Residential Life’s vision reflects a commitment to the intentional creation of effective and innovative programs aimed to empower students with the skills to become engaged campus and global citizens, and active agents of social change. The Senior Resident Directors, Resident Directors and the Live-In Student Staff will accomplish this mission through a combination of community building activities, student empowerment programs, and personal conversations.

 

The Residential Student Coordinator (RSC) for the Student Experience  is responsible for assisting with the development and implementation of the  undergraduate Residential Student Experience strategies. As an employee of Residential Life, the Residential Student Coordinator will adhere to, administer, and enforce policies and procedures as outlined in the Residential Life Student Staff Manual, the Residential Code of Conduct, the UC Berkeley Campus Code of Conduct University of California Personnel Policies and Procedures, and the University of California Policies applying to Campus Activities, Organizations and Students.

 

Ethics Statement:

As a representative of the University of California, Berkeley and a member of the Residential Life staff, the Residential Student Coordinator  is expected to respect the personal integrity of all community members and assure they be treated in a manner that is fundamentally fair. Staff should refrain from engaging in any behaviors, attitudes, relationships, or actions that:

  • Would be considered harassment on the basis of gender, race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, citizenship, age, and/or ability.
  • Would impinge on a resident's or another staff member's dignity, moral code, privacy, self‐worth, and academic, physical, psychological, and/or emotional well‐being.
  • Would seek unjustified personal gains, unfair advantage, unearned goods or services.

Essential Duties:

Creation and Implementation of Strategies (50%)

  • Creates and designs weekly Newsletter with Information for the residential community
  • Serve as a member of Student Experience Workgroup
  • Contributes toward the success of others through efforts such as sharing of information, opinions and work product with colleagues.
  • Gather information from campus of relevant events and activities happening in the community to send out
  • Design and assist in execution of large scale strategies
  • Assist with the planning and implementation of Golden Bear Orientation activities
  • Assist with the planning and implementation of Cal Day

Assessment of Strategies (25%)

  • Implement surveys using Roompact and other software systems
  • Assess strategies in collaboration with the Assistant Director of Planning & Analysis

Research and Benchmarking (20%)

  • Research other campuses best practices regarding student engagement and programming
  • Maintain communication with campus partners

Additional Duties (5%)

  • Other duties may be assigned by supervisor
  • Projects can be developed to meet the interests of the Undergraduate Student Experience Coordinator

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate student in good standing with the university and possessing a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and good standing with the University at the time of application and throughout the period of employment. Please note that GPA does not round up, any GPA below a 2.0 (1.999 or below) will make you ineligible for this position.
  • Full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester) during period of employment.

Terms of Employment

  • The Undergraduate Student Experience Coordinator is expected to represent Residential Life during their time at the position and adhere to office expectations and procedures.
  • Maintain the required 2.0 minimum G.P.A. throughout the term of employment.
  • Maintain full-time academic status (12-13 units per semester for undergraduates) throughout the term of employment.
  • Continued employment is contingent upon a satisfactory job performance evaluation by the supervisor. Satisfactory job performance evaluation is defined as meeting expectations as defined by the job evaluation in all areas of the job description.
  • Work 19 hours a week
  • Training will begin as early as August 19th, 2019

Compensation

  • The Residential Student Coordinator will receive room and board during the period of employment as compensation.
  • Living arrangements may range from a single room to a shared apartment space, depending on the departmental need.
  • The Residential Student Coordinator will receive the top tier residential meal plan.

Expectations

  • Maintain positive working relationships with other Residential Life Staff.
  • Maintain confidentiality and objectivity in all matters related to students and staff.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the staff of Residential Life.
 
 
 

Please note: We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis and contacting candidates directly for an invitation to interview.

For any questions please contact us at reshall-employment@berkeley.edu