Apartments Area Coordinator

Position Description

The Apartments Area Coordinator's major function is to assist students in their total development. Area Coordinators must be committed to student development and capable of responding in a positive manner to a wide variety of situations. Area Coordinators are expected to carry out their responsibilities in a manner that will further individual student responsibility and promote self-discipline within the residence hall community.


The Area Coordinator shall be responsible to the Asst./Associate Director of University Housing for the supervision of three apartment complexes with a population of approximately 400 students, the supervision of approximately six Resident Assistants and two Apartment Managers. The primary function is to direct and oversee the operations of the complexes including staffing, student development, training and education, administrative and managerial responsibilities, facilities management, and professional development. The Area Coordinator is also responsible for camps and conferences, and serves as a co-advisor to Residence Hall Assembly. The Area Coordinator serves in the central housing office and fills collateral assignments when requested and participates on an on call duty rotation.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Previous housing, apartment/residence hall and supervisory experience required.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in higher education administration/counseling or related field preferred

Application Instructions

Electronic submission only. Interested and qualified applicants should upload a cover letter; resume; and contact information for three professional references, including a current or former supervisor. Applications received by July 24, 2019, will be given first consideration. Position is open until filled. A criminal background check will be required for employment.

  • Job Type: Unclassified
  • Job Category: Staff
  • Department/Office: University Housing
  • Work Schedule: Full Time
  • Appointment Duration: 12-month
  • Tenure earning: No
  • Required Background Checks: Criminal
  • Who can apply: Anyone Interested
  • First consideration: 07/24/2019

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Position number: 200003876
E-appoint tracking number: HOUSE010956
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