Dormitory Supervisor (Tanglewood)

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Serve as primary liaison between TMC management, faculty, and students regarding residential issues.  Work as part of a team to ensure the smooth day-to-day operations of dormitory office, and that needs of residents and TMC management are met in a timely and professional manner. Requires residence in the dormitory, Miss Hall’s School (MHS), for the full session.



  • Communicate to residents all dormitory guidelines, arrival and departure details, seasonal and daily transportation details, and practice room policies. 
  • Coordinate housing assignments, check-in and departure events, seasonal transportation, and room inspections. 
  • Serve as a contact and resource on residential and personal issues for students. Resolve routine matters as they arise, and work with the Associate Director for Student Affairs to resolve more serious matters and implement student disciplinary actions.  Promptly advise Associate Director for Student Affairs of observations and concerns, including potentially harmful student behaviors.
  • Serve as primary liaison with MHS Residential Director regarding tracking of and changes to occupancy and meals. 
  • Oversee posting and updating of TMC student schedules.  With Associate Director for Student Affairs anticipate the need for operational changes when rehearsal and performance schedules conflict with, for example, meal times and locations, linen exchange, etc. 
  • Participate in all daily dormitory office activities when scheduled to work office or daytime on-call hours, including maintaining student database.  Serve as the staff member on-call overnight on a rotating basis. 
  • Along with Associate Director for Student Affairs serve as liaison between residential office for student activities, including student parties.
  • Supervise the TMC Dormitory Assistant Supervisor.
  • Additional duties as assigned by the Associate Director for Student Affairs in coordination with the MHS Residential Director.



Experience working in residential life required, experience in a supervisory position preferred.  College degree, familiarity with and interest in classical music are preferred.  Must possess excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills, a pleasant manner, tact, patience, and the ability to establish and maintain trust and confidentiality.  Must be comfortable in dealing with a variety of disciplinary actions. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends.  Must be able to work well as a member of a team in a fast-paced environment. Basic computer proficiency is required. Valid drivers license and clean driving record required. Housing and most meals are provided.

START DATE:                       JUNE 15, 2015

END DATE:                           AUGUST 17, 2015


WEEKLY SALARY:                        $500.00


HOURS:                                 Rotating Office Hours plus on-call residence duty schedule



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