Full-Time Residential Life Program Manager
Our Vision for this Role
The Reset Foundation seeks an outstanding leader to build the residential program at Reset’s Bay Area campus. Reset strives to create an environment as conducive to learning and growth as possible—our residences are home-like spaces, where we strive to create a familial environment with wrap-around supports.
This is an opportunity for someone passionate about supporting students in their academic, professional, and personal journeys. Under the direction of the Head of Program and as part of Reset’s broader strategy, the residential manager will be able to help build and shape the residential program experience for Reset’s first class of students. This position works a mix of day-time, overnight (with sleeping quarters provided), and weekend shifts, with commensurate time off and a generous PTO policy.
– Manage team of 2-4 Resident Advisors (RAs), including schedule, training, and general oversight; support RAs to provide strong student support and maintain program fidelity
– Collaborate with campus staff and safety personnel to provide supervision for up to 20 young men
– Communicate and consistently uphold community expectations, policies, and procedures to support Reset’s safe and positive living environment
– Manage residential operations, including but not limited to transportation, food services, general inventory, clean up, laundry, and emergency procedures
– Build strong, supportive relationships with students
– Actively maintain balance of empathy and accountability, flexibility and clear boundaries
– Collaborating with staff and individually, assist students with personal and interpersonal development, academic planning, and goal setting, and other key goals
Program & Community Building:
– Lead the development and implementation of enriching morning, evening, and weekend programming and activities
– Cultivate a safe and connected student community that honors individuality and unity
– Link all program activities to desired student outcomes; embed evaluation practices into program and continually iterate, while maintaining authentic relationships