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Calling all musicians! Are you good with people? Do you have excellent listening and planning skills? Do you want to work in the rewarding field of student life? If so, and you have the qualifications appropriate for such a position, consider applying to be a residence life coordinator at UW-Madison’s Chadbourne Residential College.

The Division of University Housing and the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison would like to invite you to consider applying for (or forwarding on to other potential candidates!) the Residence Life Coordinator position in our Chadbourne Residential College (CRC).  The CRC is a vibrant community of students, staff, and faculty committed to interdisciplinary learning and civic engagement for the purpose of developing responsible, invested citizens in our local and global communities.  The CRC has extraordinarily strong institutional support, program leadership and involved students.

The Residence Life Coordinator is responsible for the development of the CRC community in a residence hall complex consisting of Chadbourne Hall, Barnard Hall and Rheta’s Dining Room (about 2/3 of the 717 students are first year students).  These facilities, including the Residence Life Coordinator apartment, are all newly renovated to intentionally meet program needs.  In the context of a large living-learning community with a focus on liberal education, the Residence Life Coordinator focuses on developing a community that blends academic and social life on campus, and, a community that is inclusive and intentionally involves and connects students with CRC and campus opportunities.  The Residence Life Coordinator is a core member of CRC’s collaborative 5 person Leadership Team (including the Residence Life Area Coordinator, Faculty Director and academic affairs staff).

Position Vacancy Listing and How To Apply:  http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_065488.html

CRC website: http://www.housing.wisc.edu/crc/

To ensure consideration, applications must be received by SEPTEMBER 17, 2010