San Francisco Bay University

Residential Community Coordinator - Fremont

Fremont, CA
San Francisco Bay University offers advanced education for adult learners in order to cultivate grow

Job Description

Residential Community Coordinator

Posted: Sunday, 4/28/2024
About San Francisco Bay University:

San Francisco Bay University (SFBU), a nonprofit, WASC-accredited, university situated in the heart of Silicon Valley in Fremont, California, seeks an innovative and experienced Residential Community Coordinator. SFBU’s mission is to offer inclusive, innovative, and inspirational education for lifelong careers. Our vision is to set the standard as a national model of higher education in service of the common good.

At SFBU, students come first. We prioritize students’ needs by fostering personal engagement among students, faculty, and staff. We are committed to providing affordable quality education with a deep commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. Our professors are accomplished professionals who provide real-world experience in the classrooms to enhance the learning experience and prepare students for future careers. Our student body is reflective of the rich cultural diversity of the world, supported by a dynamic and inclusive learning environment. Moreover, our university captures the vibrancy of Silicon Valley. SFBU is in growth mode and we are looking to make a difference in our communities by enhancing access to affordable education for all students. We encourage you to learn more about SFBU by reviewing our strategic plan at

Position Summary

The Residential Community Coordinator (RCC) will work creatively to build new and innovative programs that address SFBU’s unique housing operation and diverse student enrollment. SFBU operates a non-traditional university housing operation. Ninety-six beds and 2 condo units are dispersed around and near the university. Each unit has an in-house laundry unit and a kitchen with appliances. The RCC works closely with the Safety and Emergency Administrator on unit maintenance to provide a conducive environment that supports students' persistence and academic success. This position reports directly to the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and coordinates with Facilities Management and other university units.

Key Responsibilities

  • Residential Operations and Administration
  • Implements campus housing policies and procedures.
  • Executes departmental processes (move-in, move-out, occupancy checks, room changes, etc.).
  • Coordinates housing marketing and information supporting student enrollment.
  • Utilizes online and desktop programs to manage facility work orders, hall occupancy, and resources.
  • Participates in the Early Alert System and Behavioral Intervention Team/CARE team.
  • Student Support and Programming (30%)
  • Assists in planning and establishing goals to enhance the residential experience.
  • Responds to individual resident needs and coordinates co-curricular programming.
  • Provides direct supervision for student Resident Advisor staff.
  • Facilitates the preparation of students transitioning out of university housing.
  • Coordinates daily, evening, weekend, and vacation on-call coverage.
  • Community Engagement and Leadership Development (20%)
  • Works closely with Student Affairs in planning and implementation.
  • Coordinates residence council promoting student leadership.
  • Supports student engagement and inclusive programming.
  • Crisis Management and Compliance (10%)
  • Adjudicates instances of university violations.
  • Responds as the first on-campus professional-level contact for crisis intervention and management.
  • Acts as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) under the Clery Act and reports Clery Crimes to Campus Operations & Safety immediately.

  • Constantly perform desk-based computer tasks.
  • Frequently stand/walk, sitting, grasp lightly/fine manipulation.
  • Ascending or descending ramps and/or stairs using feet and legs
  • Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word to impart oral information to students, students’ family members, or the public and to convey detailed spoken instructions to other employees accurately, loudly, or quickly.
  • Frequently use a telephone.
  • Rarely lift/carry/push/pull objects that weigh 11-20 pounds.

San Francisco Bay University At A Glance

San Francisco Bay University offers advanced education for adult learners in order to cultivate growth and development in their professional and personal lives. Currently SFBU's programs focus on computer and business disciplines, leading both to undergraduate and graduate degrees.
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