The Community Director position is an at-will, 12-month, live-in position that provides leadership, role modeling, supervision and guidance in creating vibrant and enriching residential communities housing approximately 440-1200 students. Community Directors lead student staff to create inclusive communities and educationally-rich programs. These programs engage, educate, and enlighten residents leading to their academic, personal, and professional success. The Community Director plays a key role in ensuring University Housing’s continued ability to support and implement our mission, vision, and values.
Community Directors handle all daily operations within the residence hall or apartment complex including, but not limited to:
- staff supervision and training
- residential curriculum implementation
- student leadership development and advising
- community development support
- student behavior management
- serving in the on-call rotation
- working closely with maintenance and housekeeping staff
- administrative and departmental responsibilities
Community Directors are called upon to adapt to changing needs and situations using enthusiasm, a commitment to work among diverse populations, and strong administrative and leadership skills.
Based on the assigned community, Community Directors may have the opportunity to work with partners in the following Living and Learning Villages: Albright Entrepreneurship, Arts, Black Male Initiative (BMI), Eco Village, Engineering, Exploratory Studies, Global, Honors/Scholars, Impact Leadership (ILV), Native Space, Students Advocating for Youth (SAY), Second Year Transitions and Transfer Experience (S.T.A.T.E.), Wellness, Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) and Women of Welch (WOW).
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- Salary range: $45,000 – $47,000
- Fully furnished 1 or 2-bedroom furnished apartment
- $2,250 meal stipend
- $1,250 professional development stipend
- Full NC State EHRA position benefits
- Staff tuition waiver
Please note: Partners are permitted and are subject to a background check. Emotional support animals are permitted and must be approved by the Equal Opportunity and Equity Office.
How to Apply
We currently have one vacant Community Director position. Please visit jobs.ncsu.edu and search “Community Director” to find the official application.