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- Residential Life CoordinatorStetson University: Residential Living & Learning – Posted by jday
Being a Residential Life Coordinator at Stetson University means that you are driven to create and lead a vibrant residential community where learning and values meet through engaged learning beyond the classroom and meaningful diverse relationships. You are an engaging, inclusive and creatively driven individual who strives to actively provide experiences that foster the development of students as they rise to reach their full potential and authentic selves. You also are a progressive professional who has proven capability to balance multiple priorities including supervision, community development, facility management and operational functions in an effort to provide a significant residential environment reflective of the Residential Living and Learning mission. You value working in a campus environment that dares its students to go beyond success - to significance as a live-on professional staff member. Leadership 30 %
- Provide leadership to a highly intentional residential program for an area of residence halls or apartment-style buildings of approximately 300-600 students. Area: Greek Living & Conrad Hall
- Directly supervise, train and evaluate approximately 14-21 student staff members (Resident Assistants) and a Lead RA.
- Provide ongoing professional development and coaching to student staff through biweekly 1:1s and weekly staff meetings
- Lead and aid in implementation of departmental initiatives including, but not limited to, facilitation of staff recruitment, training, programming, social justice initiatives, housing operations, and technology.
- Own, maintain, and serve as a fiscally responsible budget manager
- Compiles information and maintains records for monthly area reporting.
- Administer an August overnight training/professional development experience.
- This position requires significant weekend, evening, and early morning time commitments.
- Utilize intentional interactions, student success management system, incident reports to identify students at risk and provide intentional outreach
- Intervene and identify factors that enhance student retention within residential area interpreting analytics to guide and empower students by promoting thriving, embeddedness, and engagement.
- Assess initial strengths and challenges in students' academic, well-being, and/or personal pathways through engagement in developmental conversations and referrals to other agencies as appropriate to guide student in navigating challenge.
- Work in partnership with the Dean of Students Office to provide insight, direct student care and critical updates on students assigned to or referred to HattersCare, the university’s behavioral intervention team.
- Communicate with Hatterscare student load systematically, frequently, and intentionally through multiple methods, including but not limited to face-to-face meetings, college-supported technology solutions, e-mail, telephone, text messages, and social media.
- Link student development theory and practice in interpersonal connections with students, parents, colleagues, and other constituencies.
- Design and creatively execute department residential engagement plan designed with educational strategies to advance the departmental learning outcomes and address the needs of the specific area student population.
- Responsible for proactively maintaining a visible presence in the residential area and engaging in positive, professional interactions with students after business hours to promote residential engagement and building affinity.
- Work closely with assigned residential learning communities and a team of identified partners in developing a comprehensive program that complements the general education requirements (GEOs) and university values.
- Utilize departmental assessment (EBI, residential feedback surveys) in addition to design strategies to guide and direct student learning, success of the department initiatives as well as residential satisfaction.
- Responsible for completion of the monthly and annual reporting mechanisms.
- Advise 1- 2 departmental committees on a yearly rotational basis while supporting all committee work and other initiatives as assigned.
- Aid in departmental initiatives in sustainability and assessment.
- Oversee, manage, and provide follow up and aftercare on documentations and referrals from incidents involving residential area students utilizing Maxient software.
- Serve as a primary judicial hearing officer for the university and case manager for residential area conduct.
- Develop sanctioning that promotes positive interactions and decisions which affirm individual responsibility and demonstrate respect for others, personal boundaries, and university property.
- Serve in a weekly on-call emergency response rotation for Campus Life and Student Success to ensure the safety and well-being of all students. This essential job function requires the ability to climb stairs and provide in-person support for incidents.
- Designated as essential personnel for the purposes of emergency management.
- Responsible for the management of occupancy through housing software, Residence by Symplicity.
- Foster healthy communication during roommate conflicts through staff guided roommate mediations and if necessary room changes within supervising area.
- Drive all aspects of building operation administration (includes: hall open and closing, health and safety inspections, room changes, key control, damages).
- Perform monthly building inspections and report back assessment of the physical condition/appearance of supervising residential area to appropriate partners.
- Manage all residential area follow up including but not limited to work orders, safety and security concerns. Maintain and ensure documentation of pertinent interactions with residents for the area.
- Develop positive working relationships with facilities and custodial personnel to facilitate the overall functioning of your residential areas.
- Oversee health and safety inspections, fire drills, occupancy verifications, community space reservations, damage assessment and billing, safety and education.
- Maintain liaison relationships with a variety of offices and academic departments.
- Assume leadership for summer specific assignments and projects related to Residential Living and Learning and/or the division of Campus Life and Student Success. Summer specific projects and assignments will be identified in early spring.
- Serve on divisional professional development, strategic planning, or other committees.
- Support events through attendance and volunteering for a variety of offices and academic departments.
- Others duties as assigned.
Location: DeLandFlorida, United States
- DeLandFlorida, United States
- Date Posted
- 7 Apr 2020
- Compliance CaseworkerHMRC – Posted by HMRC
Salary range is £24,818 - £27,578, with new Civil Servants joining on the minimum. At HMRC we’re committed to getting tax right, for everyone. We’re all doing our bit to make a difference, whether that’s helping customers pay their tax and claim financial support or making it hard for the dishonest minority to cheat the system. We couldn’t do all this without our dedicated and very important workforce. We’re one of the largest organisations in the UK, and we pride ourselves on our diverse and inclusive working culture. Do you have an analytical mind and an interest in tackling tax evasion? If this sounds like you, then you could be a great Compliance Caseworker here at HMRC. This will be a desk-based Compliance Caseworker job in the Campaigns and Projects (C&P) team. There are 2500 people currently in C&P, and this figure is growing fast. What will I be doing? As an Officer (O) Compliance Caseworker, you will be on HMRC’s front line, delivering a high volume of cases under a variety of different targeted compliance projects. Over time, you will build on your skills and knowledge across a wide range of taxes and risks. You will be dealing with non-compliance through direct customer contact using letters, email, web chat and phone calls. Tasks include challenging customers in telephone interviews, identifying compliance risks and interacting with any intervention activity required. Full support and training will be provided to help you handle difficult situations with confidence. If you are eligible, you will also work towards a Public Sector Compliance Officer apprenticeship. Working Patterns Our offices are open 7 days a week and you will be employed on a 5 over 7 contract. This means you will be expected to work 5 days out of 7 days covering various working patterns, usually 37 hours per week. This includes some weekends and evenings (up to 8pm). Entitlement to unsocial hours pay may be allowable if the working hours are considered unsocial by HMRC. More details can be found in the candidate pack. Part-time working opportunities (minimum 22 hours per week covering various patterns during our opening times) can be considered but business need will dictate whether your request can be accommodated. Part time hours: The pay and annual leave for the vacancy will be pro-rata for successful part-time positions. You don’t need any existing knowledge or experience of tax in order to apply, but you’ll have an interest in tackling tax evasion and helping our customers to get it right first time. We are looking for the following qualities: • Strong communication skills – written and verbal, enabling you to effectively document and communicate the outcome of your investigations. • Analytically minded – you will enjoy critical thinking, data and information analysis, research, communication and problem solving. • Attention to detail – the ability to review information, figures and tax calculations thoroughly and accurately to identify compliance risks. • Resilient – flexible and able to move to new projects and priorities at short notice. • Focused – able to follow processes and guidance ensuring quality standards are adhered to. • Eager to learn – capable of developing the required level of tax technical skills to enable you to become a tax professional.
Location: CardiffWales, United Kingdom
- CardiffWales, United Kingdom
- Date Posted
- 2 Apr 2020
- Remote Administrative Assistant (10-20 Hours/Week)raelynnconsulting – Posted by raelynnconsulting
With businesses, schools and daycare closings for weeks (or maybe months), the struggle to balance work and family just became very real for working students and parents. Many of you are implementing work from home or other social distancing arrangements in response. Nobody knows for sure how this health crisis will play out. What we do know is that businesses who respond quickly and decisively will reduce the impact on employees and business results. We're inviting you to apply for the under-listed position: Title: Remote Administrative Assistant (10-20 Hours/Week) Description: We are seeking Administrative / Office Assistant. Successful candidates will demonstrate great pride in their work, welcome challenging assignments, viewing them as opportunities for continued learning and personal growth, be extremely detail orientated, have good communication skills. Successful candidates will be able to handle financial/confidential matters and provide basic admin/office support as needed. We need someone who can work twice a week -- ideally Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Compensation: $20.00 per hour Hours: 10-20 hours per week. Work Location: Remotely from home The job is available immediately and doesn't have a set duration, though we would like to have someone stay until September 2020 or longer in order to provide coverage for employees on vacation/ compulsory medical leave. It's a flexible position. If you're looking for a challenging, fast-paced and rewarding opportunity and this position sounds interesting, please submit your resume for consideration.
- Date Posted
- 19 Mar 2020
- HO Front Line Manager, Campaigns and Projects – NewcastleHMRC – Posted by HMRC
- Newcastle upon TyneEngland, United Kingdom
- Date Posted
- 3 Mar 2020
- HO Front Line Manager, Campaigns and Projects – ManchesterHMRC – Posted by HMRC
- ManchesterEngland, United Kingdom
- Date Posted
- 3 Mar 2020