Assistant Dean of Women
Sattler College is looking for two candidates to fill the roles of assistant Dean of Men and assistant Dean of Women. We call these Deans to live in Boston and support the Sattler Student body as it navigates growth in discipleship and academics. The influence in these students' lives will ripple into the world - these roles are great fits for those looking to be “disciplers of disciplers,” mentors, and shepherds. The biggest task for this role is to be available for students and their needs in both proactive and reactive ways and designing and implementing policies, programs, and procedures to maintain a thriving student body. If you are looking to guide ambitious young people in their work for the kingdom of God - this is a perfect fit for you.
Sattler College is located in Boston because of its unique potential to assist the Church reach many people groups with the gospel of the Kingdom. There is incredible potential to develop your own ministries as you help students discover and prepare for their role in Christ’s church.
Given the unique need for each gender-specific role - the Dean of Men and Women will be responsible for meeting with students over gender-specific issues. Sattler College is only five years old, hence most job descriptions change over a time of discovery to empower Sattler employees to amplify their impact. The following is a non-comprehensive list of the various roles and responsibilities the assistant Deans will take on under the Dean of Students.
- Act as counselors for the student body
- Build a Kingdom culture
- Help Sattler student make friends and build support systems
- Facilitate non-Academic student clubs
- Oversee the Resident Advisor Program at Sattler College’s dormitories
- Create and Oversee Non-Academic Student Services Programs alongside the Director of Student Services
- Plan and Coordinate extracurricular events and activities such as New Student Retreats, milestone celebrations, and moral days
- Have an open door for to react to developments in student affairs and meet regularly with students to proactively address any concerns in the Student Body
- Act as a Student Advocate
- Participate in School Policy Development, Enactment, and Review
- Help students get acclimated to campus life
- Assist with housing processes (RA program, room assignments, requests for policy exceptions, peacemaking)
- Act as a liaison between students and the College administration through the Student Government
- Manage and Review student conduct cases and determine disciplinary or rehabilitation action as necessary
- Make recommendations on students passing or failing probations
- Designing and implementing a procedure to ensure students always have access to the right resources in cases of emergency
- Maintain, develop, and train the Sattler Community for Mental health resources
- Design and submit budgets for various program changes
- Collaborate with administration, instructors and other staff to support students’ spiritual, mental, physical, and academic success
- Maintain the appropriate logs and documentation for Sattler’s accreditation requirements
- Coordinate with the Discipleship Working Group to bridge academics and discipleship through Journey Groups, Tea-Time, and discipleship events
- Be a resource to Journey Group leaders looking for advice on how to disciple their small groups effectively
- Recommend professional counseling services
- Proactively design programs and policies that grow Sattler students character and skill sets at the college
- Facilitate students adherence and passion for the student agreement
- Plan activities that will assist in decreasing a negative mental health environment (ie. therapy dogs)
Qualifications and Requirements:
- No official qualifications and requirements for credentials (however, the ability to relate to college students and understand the various pressures student face is very important)
- Alignment and passion for Sattler’s Founding Precepts
- Passion to mentor college-aged students
- Ability to react quickly and effectively to crisis situations and to anticipate crisis situations and plan to avoid them
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
- A citizen or national of the United States;
- An alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States; or
- An alien authorized by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to work in the United States.
All new employees are required to complete and sign a verification form and provide documentation attesting that he/she is a United States citizen, national, or an alien lawfully authorized to work in the United States.