Assistant Community Manager
Miles College has several openings in the Office of Housing and Residence Life. The Assistant Community Manager position provides primary leadership and overall management of a residence hall housing approximately 100-215 students.
Responsible for the safety and welfare of all students residing in the assigned residence halls.
Exhibit professional decorum at all times through appropriate dress and limited telephone use.
Must be aware of student problems and concerns and have the ability to counsel with students on a group or individual basis.
Assist in the implementation of developmental programs in the residence halls.
Maintain the residence hall by promptly and accurately preparing all necessary reports, records, and requests as directed by the Community Hall Director.
Report unsatisfactory maintenance problems and health conditions to the appropriate individuals and log all incidents in the log book.
Develop a positive working relationship with maintenance and custodial personnel to facilitate the overall functioning of the residence hall.
Interpret rules, regulations and policies at regularly held residence meetings as directed by the Community Hall Director.
Conduct periodic residence hall checks in order to maintain order in the facility at all times.
Assist the Community Hall Director with student check in and check out as directed.
Assist student with lock-outs.
Monitor the lobby area at all times and stop guests who enter the building to assess the nature of their visit to the residence hall.
Perform regularly scheduled health and safety room inspections.
Write up students who violate the rules of the residence halls.
Performs special projects and other duties as assigned
Required to work some early mornings, evenings, and weekends and be “on call” to address issues or incidents in the residence hall.
At least two years of professional experience in housing services or educational field.
Strong organizational, time management, and written and verbal communication skills.
Experience in maintaining confidential information.
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively with diverse student populations.
Ability to manage multiple demands in a setting of high student contact and interaction required.
Ability to work a flexible schedule.
Must be able to walk up and down stairs.
Must be able to remain alert during entire shift