This full-time live in position is responsible for the leadership, management and coordination of the staff and residents at International House and University Village 1500, and the Intercultural Connections Community (ICC) program. Approximately 500 residents reside in a globally diverse intercultural and intergenerational community of 268 apartments. Minimum required qualifications include: Master's degree in Student Affairs/ Higher Education, Counseling, Social Work, or a relevant field; Demonstrated commitment to diversity; Experience in a residence or apartment life program or comparable community based experience; One year of professional experience in student affairs or comparable human service experience; One academic year (9 months) of experience as a supervisor; must demonstrate U.S. employment eligibility.
The full job description, remuneration,and application information are posted: www.studentaffairsjobs.colostate.edu. The applicant pool will remain open until filled. The expected start date is February 2013.
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