The Desk Coordinator (DC) is an integral member of the Housing and Residence Life team, serving as one of the initial representatives of the residence hall and Seattle University (SU) communities. The DC coordinates the operations of the residence hall front desk, manages desk supplies and equipment, and assists in other building projects and processes. The DC assists the Desk Supervisors with the supervision on Desk Assistants (DA) through accountability measures, performance evaluations, and delegation. The DC, often the first contact to residents, visitors, and persons outside the SU community, must demonstrate professionalism and customer service at all times, while also responding quickly and effectively in emergency situations.
The DC serves as the primary means of communication to all members of the front desk staff and integrates the needs of the residents, staff and Housing and Residence Life into the desk operations. Candidates must demonstrate effective leadership ability and possess qualities such as personal maturity, dependability, motivation, initiative, integrity, responsibility, discretion and strong interpersonal skills.
Reports to: Area Coordinator (AC)
To qualify for the DC position, you must:
For a more complete position description, take a look at this document: Desk Coordinator Position Description 2019-2020.
The following is the projected selection process timeline for 2019/2020 DCs.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the 2019/2020 DC Selection Process, please contact Brian Hooks (email@example.com).
The application for the 2019/2020 DC position will become available on March 15th and will be found at the following link: 2019-2020 HRL Positions Application.