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Residence Life Coordinator (Live-in Position)

Position Title: Resident Life Coordinator

St. Jerome’s University

At. St. Jerome’s University, we embrace and celebrate the philosophy of educating the whole person – intellectually, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our commitment to academic excellence and to the integration of knowledge, research, and experiential learning allows us to inspire learning and discovery not only in our students but also in those with whom we interact. We foster a respectful, inclusive community that is centered on the wellbeing of our students and the promotion of the common good.

Position Profile

The Residence Life Coordinator is a live-in position that has primary responsibility for the supervision of Residence Dons and Community Advisors. This is a pivotal role supporting the development of community in the St. Jerome’s University Residence. The Residence Life Coordinator contributes to activities and  programs for St. Jerome’s University affiliated students that complement the institutional objective to educate “the whole person,” and to ensure that the strategic and operational objectives of the department of Student Affairs is achieved.

Candidate Qualifications

The ideal candidate is a university graduate with 1 to 3 years of experience in residence programming. Previous live-in residence experience is an asset. They must have a strong understanding of the First Year University Experience, and student transition items. Diversity, and other training Assist, SafeTalk, and Mental Health First Aid strongly preferred. This position works closely with the Student Affairs team, and contributes to activities both in the residence and within the University.

St. Jerome’s University Mission, Vision: Mission and Vision

How to apply: Submit your application to by Friday, May 24, 2019, Attention: Jessica Vorsteveld, Director, Student Affairs.

We thank all those who apply. Candidates requiring accommodation should contact Human Resources at The University respects, appreciates and encourages diversity. Applications from all qualified individuals are encouraged.


Last Submission Date: 
Friday, 24 May, 2019