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Residence Life Coordinator – The Traditional Halls (“The Trads”)
Morgan Hall, Thomas Hall, Randall Hall, Bradford Hall
The Department of Residence Life is hiring a Residence Life Coordinator for The Traditional Halls (aka “The Trads) with a negotiable start date (immediately to June 2023). The Traditional Halls are comprised of 4 neighboring and connected buildings, which include Morgan Hall, Bradford Hall, Thomas Hall, and Randall Hall. This community is Mines’ oldest community and most popular among first-year students! The community houses approximately 385 first-year students in traditional-style units. Morgan Hall is home to the Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Signature Learning Community (SLC), and Randall Hall is home to the Athleticism and Wellness (A+W) Signature Learning Community (SLC). The community is supported by a student-staff team of 2 Community Directors, 14 Resident Advisors, 1 Lead Desk Assistant, and about 5 Desk Assistants. The RLC is responsible for supervising (both directly and indirectly) this team of student staff members.
Application review will begin on February 6, 2023. For full consideration, please apply by February 5, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.
To view the job description and application, click the link below.
Compensation + Benefits
Learning through Living at Mines
We believe living on campus fosters student learning, development, and personal growth. We show dedication to our students by creating experiences and physical spaces that recognize the unique challenges and opportunities of being an Oredigger at Colorado School of Mines. We are committed to providing intentional learning by facilitating a safe, inclusive, and academically focused environment. We challenge and encourage students to be critical thinkers and civically-engaged leaders in a diverse global community.
Social Justice Education
Residence Life is dedicated to providing an inclusive community that fosters understanding and appreciation of all races, religions, national origins, socio-economic classes, gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, physical and learning abilities, and ages. We are committed to playing an important role in the educational experience by providing students and staff with diverse educational and social opportunities so that they may become more justice-minded and educated members of society to address the needs of the world’s growing population. As an institution that is devoted to engineering and applied sciences, we call upon our communities to cultivate a passion for social justice and diversity and to develop the skill and knowledge set needed to take action for change within our global society.
We will encourage the expression of different voices, perspectives, and ideas.
We will challenge our own beliefs, opinions, and viewpoints.
We will advocate for an accessible, safe, and respectful environment to enhance the living, learning, and working community at Colorado School of Mines.
We will acknowledge and respect the multiple identities represented in each individual.
We will show our commitment by our voice and our conduct.