Faculty Staff Housing is a group within the Provost's Office that develops and administers Stanford's housing programs and residential real estate primarily for faculty but also for executive level staff and other specific communities within the University. This office also oversees rental resources that are available to both faculty and staff. Housing faculty and staff is one of the primary challenges facing the University today due to the extraordinarily high cost of housing in the Bay Area and the very low inventory of available homes.
The Director of Faculty Staff Housing (FSH) reports to the Provost and is a member of her senior staff. The Director's primary responsibility is to work closely with the Provost's Office and the Schools of the University to develop housing solutions to support the successful recruitment and retention of the faculty. The Director coordinates actively with the Provost's Office to:
The communities served by FSH include faculty and faculty who are being recruited, executive and senior staff at the University and Hospitals, Clinician Educators who are physicians in the Hospitals, staff and post-doctoral students who rent Stanford properties, retirees and their families on the campus, the Provost's Office, the University Deans and administrative staff. Responsibilities of the FSH office include:
*Other areas of responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required, an advanced degree in a relevant field is desired. A minimum of 15 years' experience in an academic setting in increasingly more responsible positions is required as is a minimum of 5 years in a senior management position. Experience with residential real estate development or community planning is also desired.
* Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job. Working Conditions:
*The final candidate will need to successfully pass a background check to be considered for this position.
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