Title: Assignments Coordinator
Responsible for housing assignments for all residential communities during the academic school year and summer conference season.
Primary Duties & Global Responsibilities:
- Utilizes C-Bord computer systems for assignment process and accurate recording.
- Maintains accurate student housing files.
- Assesses student attributes with specific housing communities.
- Composes written responses to students regarding occupancy status.
- Advises students on housing options both on and off campus.
- Generates a variety of materials such as reports, memorandums, and correspondence, which may require compiling and/or computing statistical data.
- Acts as customer service liaison to students, parents, future residents, and general public in relation to attaining campus residency.
- Works with administration in relation to occupancy status.
- Processes funds received for Housing deposits.
- Coordinates and implements Housing lottery process including marketing and education processes.
- Recommends changes in policy, procedures, and operations to the Director.
- Coordinates the Housing contract release process.
- Coordinates "waiting list" for potential housing residents.
- Initiates contact with theme house faculty members.
- Works at summer orientations.
- Assists with summer conference planning processes including hiring of summer staff.
- Initiates contact with public groups regarding summer conference housing.
- Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
- High school graduate.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully work under pressure and meet deadlines.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully provide quality customer service.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully perform keyboard proficiency.
- Possess strong verbal and written communications skills.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully maintain positive interpersonal relationships.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully operate office equipment.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully maintain satisfactory work performance and attendance records.
- Demonstrated experience to successfully work independently, organize own work and coordinate activities of others.
- Database experience.
- Some college coursework.
- Higher education experience.
- Project coordination experience.
- Related scheduling experience.
- Excellent troubleshooting/problem solving skills.
- Supervision Received: Receives general instruction from a designated supervisor, but is generally expected to work independently.
Revised Date: September 1997
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