||Graduate Residence Coordinator - Desk Position
Loyola University Maryland, Office of Student Life
1. Earned bachelor’s degree and full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at Loyola University Maryland.
2. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
3. Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate students.
||1. Directly supervise 4 Desk Coordinators (DC) and indirectly supervise approximately 200 Desk Assistants (DA).
A. Meet regularly with each DC
B. Monitor and assist in addressing all safety concerns
C. Appropriately address desk staff job performance.
D. Assist in the management of the DC and DA employment process (recruitment, selection and termination) for all DAs and send all employment correspondence to DAs.
2. Provide training and development for all desk staff.
A. Update the desk manual to reflect expectations of the Office of Student Life.
B. Facilitate desk operations training to all desk staff during training periods (Fall and Spring) and as needed.
C. Hold DA in-services at least twice a semester for all desk staff workers.
3. Supervise the Hopkins Court DAs.
A. Make regular visits to the desk and problem solve any safety or employment issues.
B. Maintain schedule of all shifts.
A. Meet on a regular basis with Assistant Director for Housing Operations to discuss specific job responsibilities.
B. Participate in staff development opportunities.
C. Other duties as assigned
General Duty training and terms of employment copy
|III. Terms of Employment
|A. The Graduate Residence Coordinator employment period is for the entire academic year starting on Monday, July 31, 2017, and ends Friday, May 25, 2018. GRCs work on average 20 hours per week not including on-call duty coverage.
B. GRCs must fulfill all responsibilities outlined in this document and in the contract. Failure to meet any of these responsibilities will result in job action.
C. GRCs are expected to adhere to all University policies. Any violation of University policy shall result in probation or termination of employment.
D. The Office of Student Life must approve all extracurricular activities, outside employment, or non-credit internships in writing. In general, no more than 10 hours per week of these activities will be approved.
|IV. Remuneration (Estimated based on current remuneration package)
1. 1. First year GRCs receive a partial tuition remission ($2,700 per semester), furnished on-campus apartment with utilities, local phone, cable, and internet (valued at $10,390), on-campus parking, and a stipend ($1,610 per semester).
Returning GRCs receive a partial tuition remission ($2,950 per semester), furnished on-campus apartment with utilities, local phone, cable, and internet (valued at $10,390), on-campus parking, and a stipend ($1,610 per semester).
2. Meals are provided during GRC and Resident Assistant fall and spring training workshops. A small stipend ($500 per year) is also provided for tuition or Evergreen card which can only be applied towards meals.
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