Oak Hill Academy is seeking a candidate to assume the position of Director of Girls’ Resident Life. This person serves on the Administrative Council and reports to the Director of Student Affairs.
The Director of Girls’ Resident Life supervises and manages the girls’ residential life program at Oak Hill, and is responsible for the girls’ dormitory and facilities. Excellent communication skills are a requisite, along with the ability to establish positive relationships with students and staff in a small community with a unique mission. The position also requires regular problem-solving, organization, informal counseling skills, and the ability to foster and maintain positive morale among female students. The Director of Girls’ Resident Life coordinates, supervises, and evaluates the duties of three Resident Manager staff who report directly to the Director of Girls’ Resident Life.
The Director of Girls’ Resident Life supervises conduct of all female students, and administers any disciplinary measures as needed.
Candidates will reside on campus and—given the required time for managing a 24/7 facility—must possess the energy and enthusiasm this senior-level position requires. On-call responsibilities are inherent with the responsibilities of the position.
The Academy provides a cash salary, on-campus housing and meals (including for family), and benefits.
Additional Salary Information: Insurance, retirement, campus housing, and meals are offered in addition to cash salary.
About Oak Hill Academy
Oak Hill Academy is a coeducational, Baptist affiliated, boarding/day school committed to excellence in education and adolescent development in a non-military setting. The mission of Oak Hill Academy is to offer a safe, secure, nurturing environment for girls and boys needing a change in school, peer, community or family relationships. Oak Hill provides a structured college-preparatory program to students in grades 8-12. Our curriculum challenges the brightest student and encourages those who are unmotivated, who are underachieving, or who are experiencing difficulties in their school setting.