Department: Student Affairs
Reports To: Kristen Vieldhouse, Director of Residence Life
Status: Part-time, 10-month
Contract Dates: July 20, 2021 – May 20, 2022
Hours per Week: 25
Work Schedule: Monday – Friday, 9AM – 3PM, with flexible hours for night and weekend responsibilities
Compensation: $9,000 stipend + on-campus housing, LBC I Capital graduate tuition waiver
Education and Experience: Bachelor degree required. Must be enrolled, or intending to enroll, as a full-time graduate student in a Lancaster Bible College I Capital Seminary & Graduate School program. Acceptance and enrollment into an LBC graduate program must be completed by the position starting date. Experience as an undergraduate Resident Assistant or similar leadership position strongly preferred.
Additional Qualifications: Proficient leadership, collaboration, communication, adaptability, organization, problem-solving, and administrative skills are also preferred. Hall Directors must have a demonstrated personal and active Biblical faith commitment.
Summary Description: Hall Directors are graduate students serving as live-in staff members and educators who work to create a safe, welcoming, and educational environment for residential students that fosters a sense of belonging, community engagement, and personal development. They participate in the overall planning and management of the residence halls, serve as frontline crisis/emergency responders, assist with the student conduct process, and create and implement a variety of training and development programs.
Requires work on evenings, weekends, and rotating on-call responsibility. The Graduate Assistant Hall Director is required to live in an assigned residence hall apartment. Graduate students committed to 20+ hours per week for internships are not able to hold the Hall Director role. Graduate Assistants may serve for a maximum of three years in this position.
Physical Demands: Able to respond quickly (within 15 minutes) to emergency situations 24/7. Climb up to four (4) flights of stairs within a residence hall. Ability to lift items and carry up to 50lbs between various campus buildings as needed. Maintain a valid driver’s license.
Employee Expectations: The College expects all employees to conduct themselves in a manner that is in alignment with Biblical teaching and doctrine, and is respectful of the conduct expectations of the College and fellow employees. All Hall Directors must sign the statement of faith as provided by the Human Resources office.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit the following: cover letter; resume; and spiritual testimony to Human Resources. Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.
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