Resident Director Position Description
Luke Ruiz, Former Resident Director for South and Kreidler Halls: “The RD role in an upper division community has been a wonderful learning opportunity and has also challenged me to address our students needs in the hall. I’ve been able to refine my budget skills, student hiring, training, and conduct hearings as well as supporting students as they conclude their college experience and transition out of the university. Engaging with upper division students has pushed me to think beyond the traditional first year experience, but has also brought a lot of purpose to my work in the hall.”
- Submit application, cover letter, resume and a list of three references to Jes Takla, Director of Residential Programs
- Complete online application through PLU Human Resources
Resident Director for Pflueger Hall with Housing Conduct Coordinator Collateral
Resident Directors are an integral part of the educational community at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU). They collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to create and manage purposeful and dynamic learning environments in the residence halls and across campus. They have a broad knowledge of student development theories and implement these theories into daily practice. Finally, Resident Directors are reflective educators who are able to communicate with diverse individuals and communities. Reports to the Director of Residential Programs.
- Supervises 6 Resident Assistants (RAs), 1 Student Assistant, and advises Residence Hall Council (RHC).
- Pflueger Hall is a community comprising 3 floors with 6 wings (2 per floor). There are two First-Year Wings and four New Transfer & Returner Wings (two of which are mixed gender).
- Collateral assignment in Student Rights and Responsibilities will include serving as the liaison between Residential Life and Student Rights and Responsibilities including: checking in with Resident Directors on conduct cases, assisting with trainings for Resident Directors and staff, serving as a programming educator for workshops and outreach as it relates to SRR topics which include but are not limited to sanctioning workshops on ethics and values, alcohol and drug education, and healthy behaviors, serving as a conduct review officer for higher-level conduct meetings (e.g., Title IX, Title II, etc.).
- Both RD office and apartment are located in Pflueger Hall.