Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities

Student Affairs

To Apply
Send resume/CV, cover letter, and reference list to:
person Laura Custer, Director of Human Resources
phone 859-344-3314
place Thomas More University, 333 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017



The Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities is a full-time professional, 12-month live-in position. The Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities will be a member of the Office of the Dean of Student Diversity, Engagement, and Success and report to the Assistant Dean. The Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities will support the creation of a healthy and safe living and learning environment for students that is conducive to personal growth, learning in and outside of the classroom, and comfortable living. The Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities will work with others to ensure the vibrancy of student life experience by facilitating leadership programs and activities by coordinating and collaborating with the Director of Student Leadership and Engagement. The Coordinator of Residential Life and Activities will also assist the Assistant Dean as Chief Conduct Officer by adjudicating student conduct cases related to residence hall infractions.



Core Competencies

  1. Willingness to be a strategic and innovative thinker
  2. Excellent administrative and leadership skills
  3. Excellent written, oral, presentation, interpersonal and organizational skills as well as the ability to establish priorities and manage time wisely
  4. Excellent customer service skills including working with students, parents, vendors, and members of the university community.
  5. Ability to function effectively in emergencies and engage wisely in crisis interventions
  6. Ability to enforce procedures, priorities, work independently and proceed with tasks without supervision
  7. Ability to support and contribute to the goal of achieving greater diversity at Thomas More University.
  8. Ability to work effectively with the many constituencies in a liberal arts college environment.
  9. Ability to work evening and weekend hours.



Residence Life

  • Select, train, supervise 3 Mentor Resident Assistants and 20 Resident Assistants (RAs)
  • Manage the daily operations of the residential communities (opening, closing, duty, desk coverage, room changes, etc.)
  • Respond to psychological, medical, and maintenance situations/emergencies by acting within the established respective protocols for each. Serve as primary first level judicial officer for violations of the code of conduct within residence halls and by residential students
  • Maintain up to date and accurate databases
  • Prepare reports including health and safety checks and incident reports
  • Coordinate and implement community development and educational activities within the residence hall through supervision of student staff
  • Assist with Student Life programming and events when needed and work collaboratively with the Assistant Dean of Students to develop students in the residence halls
  • Coordinate efforts with the Department of Campus Safety
  • Coordinate best practices to maintain facilities and oversee the maintenance request process
  • Facilitate the delivery of any letters or correspondence in their mailboxes to and from residents
  • Organize and keep an accurate log of all residence hall keys, including mailbox keys, room keys, etc.
  • Perform other duties as assigned


Student Life

  • Create and advise the Weekend Activities committee
  • Maintain weekly office hours in the Student Life Office
  • Develop and implement programming within residence halls to support the University’s mission.
  • Facilitate student leadership programming and workshops



  • Assist with the oversight of intramurals
  • Work with the Assistant Athletic Director to support student athletes


Other Duties:

  • Liaise with the Title IX Officer on investigations
  • Serve as a hearing officer for student disciplinary concerns
  • Perform other related duties that assist in advancing the mission, vision, values, and goals of the University and the Department of Student Affairs


Education, Specialized and/or Technical Knowledge Requirements


Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree

Preferred Education: Master’s Degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, or a related field, strongly preferred.

Minimum Experience: Residence Life experience; Student Conduct experience preferred; oversight of student workers and/or RAs desirable; housing on campus in a one-bedroom apartment attached to a residence hall is provided; meals during the semester when dining facilities are open is also provided.

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