Pay Range Minimum
Job Code:
UG22
Hourly:
$17.02
FLSA*:
Exempt
Monthly:
$2,950
Grade:
228
Annually:
$35,400

*This is an Exempt position. Employees in this position are paid a salary on a monthly basis and are not eligible to receive overtime pay.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Social Contract Coordinator provides assistance in the implementation of community standards, supervision, and response to behavior within the campus residential environment during the evening and nighttime hours, in support of the Emory Social Contract and goals of Campus Life, Residence Life, Sorority and Fraternity Life, and Housing Operations. Provides front-line, professional staff level support to student staff working overnight, namely Campus Proctors. Conducts duty tours of outdoor spaces that are adjacent to residential facilities and in and outside of the Emory Student Center (ESC). Liaises with Campus Proctors as well as report areas or conditions of concern to the Campus Life Professional On-Call (CLP) and Senior Director of Residence, Sorority and Fraternity Life. Provides initial in-person response to duty calls placed during the hours in which the incumbent in this position is at work. Responds to violations of the social contract, health and wellness concerns, and student conduct incidents. Provides daily accurate reports regarding community standards violations. Assists in upholding University policies, procedures, and behavioral expectations of residents. Escalates duty calls to CLP (or higher) as situations and needs warrant. Notifies appropriate parties on a nightly basis of any and all issues related to student concerns, safety and security, and wellbeing. Assists in evening and overnight supervision of student Campus Proctor staff members. Ensures student staff are in compliance with University and Departmental policies and procedures, especially in regard to the Emory Social Contract. Assists in developing training presentations, resources, and programs for Campus Proctors and Residence, Sorority, and Fraternity Life, Housing Operations and Campus Life staff most specifically in the areas of social contract response training and protocols. Assists with student hiring processes, performance evaluations, and student staff recognition. Attends weekly Residence, Sorority, and Fraternity Life meetings and trainings during academic year summer and winter intersession periods. Attends University, Campus Life, and Residence, Sorority, and Fraternity Life special events such as trainings, orientation, etc. as directed by the Senior Director of Residence, Sorority, and Fraternity Life. Conducts outcomes-based educational programs and outreach to students during the evening and/or overnight hours on the topics of Emory Social Contract. Communicates directly with students to help them maintain a safe environment. Monitors the environment by conducting rounds of the campus and reporting issues. In partnership with the staff, provides a positive living environment for students that is conducive to living and learning through communication, structured community building efforts, interactions, and with students. Performs other duties as assigned by the Senior Director of Residence, Sorority, and Fraternity Life.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree and one year of experience working in a college or university student residential environment and setting; previous experience in a student employee capacity, such as an Orientation Leader, Resident Advisor, Community Advisor, Sophomore Advisor etc. will be considered for this position. Ability to walk, lift up to twenty-five pounds, bend, stoop and twist. Must have a valid driver's license with a good driving record; must be insurable.

The above statements are intended to describe the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the personnel so classified.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER:

Emory University is dedicated to providing equal opportunities to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran's status, or any other factor that is a prohibited consideration under applicable law.

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