Resident Manager: The Student Development Specialist III, under direction, provides professional and specialized skills for planning, developing, implementing, and managing student development programs, activities, and/or services, utilizing maximum campus and community resources and opportunities.
Program Manager – Residential Respect & Community Ed: The Program Manager coordinates and leads departmental efforts relating to diversity, inclusion, access and equity. This position will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to coordinate and support student and staff training and development related to these areas. Coordinates departmental response to bias-related issues and support for students and staff impacted by bias-related issues, including those highlighted in the media. Provides leadership to living learning programs focused on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA). Also, participates in departmental, divisional, and university DEIA initiatives.
Project Manager III: The Project Manager III reports to the Associate Director, supervises the Software Solutions Team and manages all aspects of technology based systems and enterprise level software solutions utilized by the Department of Residence Life. The Project Manager III manages project activities including analyzing project needs, developing, and implementing projects and tracking budgets, timelines, and deliverables. The Project Manager III provides recommendations, reports and evaluations for projects that are generally medium to large in scope.
Coordinator of Leadership and Engagement: The Student Development Specialist III (Coordinator of Leadership and Engagement) coordinates and manages the departmental efforts for engagement and learning through the leadership initiatives of National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) and the Residential Housing Association (RHA). This is a direct student organizational advising role.
Student Development Specialist II: The Community Director (CD) is a full-time, live-in position which provides administrative, supervisory, student programming, student support, and conflict resolution skills in a residence hall setting and multiple communities. The Community Director is a live-in member of the residence hall staff and provides on-duty coverage to an on-campus population of over 7,000 students.
Project Specialist III: The Department of Residence Life provides on-campus housing for approximately 12,000 Texas A&M University students in traditional residence halls, apartments and Corps of Cadets halls. The Project Specialist III for Residence Life Housing Systems reports to the Associate Director of Residence Life and shares responsibility for the overall management of multiple enterprise level software solutions. The Project Specialist III is responsible for working with department leadership to analyze and document the business and operational needs for the department, review potential IT solutions, then plan, develop and implement projects to meet the identified needs. This position will liaise with the Division of Student Affairs IT, third party vendors and Department of Residence Life staff to ensure project success. Most work will be conducted in an office environment utilizing a computer. This is a full-time, 12 month, 40 hour per week position.