The Hall Director is expected to work closely with other College personnel to address the social, developmental, and academic needs of our students. The Hall Director is also expected to play a major role in the operation of the institution by assisting the Assistant Director and Director of Residential Life in various housing administration and operation tasks, as well as participate in several collateral projects within the Division of Students Affairs.
The Hall Director is responsible for assisting an Area Coordinator in developing and maintaining a robust and thriving community within their designated residence halls. The Hall Director is responsible for building a community with our students, and encourage students to combine their co-curricular experiences with their liberal arts curriculum to enhance their educational and developmental goals.
- Assist in the community development responsibilities for a traditional residence facility housing up to 400 students.
- Assist the Area Coordinator in community development for an entire residential area(comprised of two or more residence halls) of up to 800 students.
- Hire, train, and supervise a staff of up to eleven Resident Assistants and one Senior Resident Assistant.
- Participate in on-call response and crisis management across campus.
- Serve as a conduct officer for first-level offenses in their residence hall.
- Work with students, individually and in groups, to resolve concerns related to student success and retention.
- Complete administrative processes that include: damage billing, opening and closing the Residence Hall, Room Condition Report audits, etc.
- Manage occupancy and room change process for the residence hall.
- Oversee a residence hall programming budget.
- Serve on one committee for the Office of Residential Life (i.e. student staff training and development or student staff selection).
- Other collateral assignments as assigned within the residential life department and division of student affairs.
- Bachelor’s Degree is required
- Student Affairs experience as a student is required.
Required Skills, Abilities and/or Licensure
- Requires excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively communicate with employees, students, and faculty members.
- Requires the ability to use a personal computer and Web browser, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Mail, and Carthage portal.
- Requires knowledge of and the ability to use a variety of standard office equipment such as a telephone and computer keyboard.
- Requires the ability to perform basic mathematical calculations (such as addition/subtraction) to maintain a budget.
- Requires the ability to travel occasionally to conduct College business.
Carthage College is an equal opportunity institution that encourages diversity and provides equal opportunity in education, employment, all of its programs, and the use of its facilities. The Carthage community, including candidates for employment or admissions, and visitors or guests have the right to be free from subjection to harassment and discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, familial status, height, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex/gender (including gender identity and expression), sexual orientation, veteran or active duty military status or weight.
Founded in 1847, Carthage College combines an environment of reflection and self-discovery with a culture of high expectation, so that our students uncover and ignite their true potential. As a four-year private liberal arts college with roots in the Lutheran tradition, we place a strong emphasis on both moral and intellectual values. Our prime location in Kenosha, Wisconsin, midway between Chicago and Milwaukee, allows students the opportunity to learn in a professional context. Our beautiful campus, an 80-acre arboretum on the shore of Lake Michigan is home to 150 scholars, 2,600 full-time students, and 400 part-time students. Our rich academic experience equips students with foundational knowledge and skills, preparing graduates to be lifelong learners and to lead meaningful, productive lives.