The opportunity: Skagit Valley College is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Residence Life. This position is the primary administrator of the Campus View Village program, Skagit Valley College’s on-campus housing complex, as well as the coordinator for off-campus housing. Reporting to the Executive Director of the Skagit Valley College Foundation, the Director of Residence Life is responsible for carrying out all aspects of the housing program’s mission. This position is supported by an Administrative Services Manager, four student Resident Advisors, and various college offices and departments. This position requires that the incumbent be responsible for administrative coverage on a 24-hour basis and occasionally requires evening and weekend duties.
This is a 12-month, 100% of full-time, exempt position based at the Mount Vernon campus.
About us: Nestled between the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound in the northwest corner of Washington State, Skagit Valley College is located 60 miles north of Seattle and 80 miles south of Vancouver, BC. Based in Mount Vernon, the college also serves a campus in Oak Harbor, and centers in Langley, Anacortes and Friday Harbor. SVC is nationally known for its learning communities and for a strong commitment to student success.
What we offer: A salary of $65,000 per year, depending on experience. At SVC, you’ll balance your work and life with professional growth opportunities, paid holidays, competitive vacation/sick leave packages, access to an onsite gym, and an array of health, dental, vision, and retirement plans to meet your current and future needs.
How to apply: For full job announcement, qualifications, and to apply, visit the Job Opportunities page and complete an online application at https://www.skagit.edu/careers
Skagit Valley College is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing equitable opportunities for all groups in terms and conditions of employment and personnel practices. SVC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, perceived or actual physical or mental disability, pregnancy, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, creed, religion, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or use of a trained guide dog or service animal. All faculty and staff hired at Skagit Valley College are encouraged to embrace, continually support, and enhance diversity and equity on our campus and in our community
Skagit Valley College adheres to a set of guiding principles:
Respect, Integrity, Open and Honest Communication, and Collaboration
About Skagit Valley College
Established in 1926, Skagit Valley College is a comprehensive community college providing high-quality academic transfer pathways, workforce training, basic education for adults, and lifelong learning opportunities. SVC's commitment to equity and social justice drives our collective work to increase access to higher education, inspire student learning and achievement, and strengthen our diverse community. SVC aspires to reflect the diverse racial, ethnic, and linguistic demographics in the district, particularly a growing Latinx population. This aspiration reflects both our commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice, and our desire to maintain the excellence of our faculty.
Skagit Valley College is nestled between the Cascade Mountains and the Salish Sea in the scenic northwest corner of Washington State. Located in a geographically diverse region between the dynamic metropolitan hubs of Seattle and Vancouver, BC, SVC is never far from world-class outdoor recreation, urban arts scenes, and local cultural events. SVC serves our local communities with a campus in Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, and centers in Friday Harbor and Langley, a Marine Technology Center in Anacortes, and a Brewing Academy in Burlington.