OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
Resident Tutor of Undergraduate Halls (PR0318/19-20)
Applicants should be current full-time teaching or research staff of Hong Kong Baptist University. The incumbent should have a passion for students’ personal development, readiness to be challenged, capability to deal with risk and ability to handle a wide range of human emotions. They should also possess experience in working with youths and strong communication skills. This is a concurrent post and therefore due endorsement from current supervisor is a must. It is also subject to the continued appointment with the appointee’s full-time position in the University.
The appointee will report and be accountable to the Resident Master in collaboration with the respective Resident Community Officer of the assigned hall. Duties include the provision of pastoral care to residents, encouraging residents’ involvement in hall life and education programmes, promoting a harmonious and congenial relationship among residents, enhancing communication between the hall management and the residents, and maintaining good administration of the hall. He/She is required to perform at least eight (8) hours of duties per week during the semester time. The number of hours involved in planning and/or running programmes and activities will not be included.
A single room at the Undergraduate Hall (Halls) will be provided rent-free to the appointee throughout the appointment period. Appointee must reside in the Halls throughout the period including all weekends, semester breaks and Public Holidays and must obtain prior approval from the Resident Master in case of any prolonged absence from the Halls. The appointee is expected to observe all the policies, rules and regulations including but not limited to those as set out under the General Guidelines and Regulations section on the homepage of the Personnel Office of the University, and as promulgated by the University from time to time through announcement, circulars or posted up on the intranet.
The post is tenable for one year from the first semester of Year 2020/2021, and may be extended for not more than two years upon each renewal, if any. Further re-appointment will be subject to mutual agreement. Such renewal, if applicable, shall be made on terms as deemed appropriate by the University.
Interested party should send a CV and Self-Statement, to the Personnel Office on or before 15 April 2020.