Temporary Residency Position / Non-Exempt / $20 p/hr.
LOCATION: Port Townsend
DATES: February 9-19, 2022 – up to 80 hours, flexible schedule between 7:30am-9pm, 4-9 hour shift per day
Collaborate with students, staff, faculty, academic leaders, and College administrators to develop, deliver, and assess student and community support services during residencies for MFAIA-WA and MFAW-WA S22 residencies at Fort Worden. This position will manage sensitive and confidential information, interact with multiple constituents, and handle emergencies such as student crisis, extreme weather, campus fire, health issues. This position requires evening and weekend work during residencies.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist with the review and dissemination of Community Life standards and information
- Oversee logistical set up of Community Lounge and Community Life Office
- Develop written materials for student packets such as referral to residency services, emergency numbers and services, maps etc.
- Assist at in-person registration and welcome students as they check -in
- Assemble New Student Orientation packet
- Facilitate New Student Orientation and Welcome to the Community session
- Attend Opening and Closing, announce Community Life services and updates
- Be available in the Community Life Office at the posted hours
- Carry Community Life phone for crisis response
- Prepare incident reports and forward to appropriate individuals, communicate with Vermont-based Student Life Manager, immediately following an incident but no more than three hours following an incident
- Support Student Council (assist with election process) and other student-initiated group meetings and/or recreational activities as needed
- Provide mediation and conflict resolution per Community Life Agreements
- Collaborate with the Director, Extended and Online Learning, the Site Coordinator, Residency Services, Academic and Disability Services, Program Chairs, Faculty and Facilities/Safety Staff and Administration to promote healthy and proactive communication
- Attend pre-and post-residency preparation meetings and training
- Support on-going mental health and wellness services (coaching for life, wellness, sobriety, etc.) for students.
- Coordinate student transportation in health emergencies, sobriety support or other wellbeing related matter (e.g. religious services/ observances) during residencies.
- Understand and support the parameters regarding confidentiality.
- Communicate and collaborate with the Title IX Coordinator in Plainfield as needed
- Other related duties, as assigned
- Bachelor degree plus significant experience working or volunteering in crisis response areas
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Excellent listening skills
- Strong communication and organizational skills
- Experience working with confidential information and maintain confidentiality
- Computer literacy (primarily Google platforms)
- Ability to find and share information, file reports, and submit timesheets
- Valid driver’s license
- Master degree in social work, psychology, or other human services area
- Training in mediation and group facilitation
- Experience working in a higher education setting
Please apply on the ADP Portal and include a Letter of Interest and CV.
Position open until filled. To apply: Click Here
Goddard College is committed to creating a college representative of a diverse global community. To that end, we are actively seeking applications from qualified candidates from groups currently underrepresented in our institution for this position. This institution is an equal opportunity employer, and provider.