Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Residential Life
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
March 31, 2018
The Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs andResidential Life is a member of the Student Affairs senior leadership team and willassist in creating a vision for the Division as well as policy making for thedepartments under his/her supervision. This position is an important link instudent retention initiatives by guiding and leading various offices in StudentAffairs to establish strong student connections to the university that fostertheir personal successful retention, progression and graduation.
This position will be called upon and expected to representthe Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs when necessary. Responsibilitiesinclude:
Providing leadership direction, strategic masterplanning, and supervision for the departments of Housing & ResidentialLife, Student Affairs, Student Affairs Assessment and Strategic Planning, andfinance and operations.
Processing changes and improvements for thedepartments based upon good practices, benchmarking, assessment oflearning-service outcomes, surveys, and industry standards.
Providing oversight of major construction andrenovations, identifying needs, scheduling, funding, and completion.
Successfully implementing the housingpartnership with the UC Foundation, whose properties are valued at $96+ millionincluding meeting the demands of the bond rating company that determines thevaluation of the properties and subsequent bond ratings for the Foundation.
Developing and maintaining a strong marketingplan for housing and residential life and a plan for short and long-term repairand renovation (R&R) for all housing properties.
Developing plans for growing summer conferencesas a source for strengthening revenue and institutional reputation.
Consulting with campus and system partners onpolicies related to Housing, conference, and a wide variety of student lifeissues; participating in enrollment management and overall campus needs to meetthe CCTA requirements for university funding through participation oncommittees such as the CCTA steering task force, Parking and TransitionCommittee, the Division Assessment Committee, and Student Health ServicesAdvisory Board.
Serving a pivotal role on the campus CrisisResponse Team and Emergency Operations Center; coordination of safety andsecurity needs for Housing.
Coordinating personnel matters including hiring,development, evaluations, and management of staff; providing conflictmediation.
Internal Number: 146426
About University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an engaged, metropolitan university committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service, and dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of the region through strategic partnerships and community involvement.