Are you interested in becoming a Resident Assistant, Learning Community Assistant, or Resident Academic Mentor for the 2021-2022 academic year? These positions are responsible for providing resources and assistance that will make each residence hall community a place that supports and enhances student life. Current students are eligible to apply.
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for the general administration, development, and implementation of student life programs in the residence halls. RAs are responsible for providing resources and assistance that will make each residential community a place that supports and enhances all aspects of student life. RAs are full-time students who live in the residence halls and act as a role model and representative of UHRL.
Learning Community Assistants
Learning Community Assistants (LCA) are responsible for the development and implementation of First Year Experience programs in Ondine and Broadway halls with specific goals around academic success, diversity, and retention. LCAs are responsible for providing programs, resources, and assistance that will support and enhance academic success, a global perspective, critical thinking, and civic responsibility tied to the Freshman Inquiry theme.
Resident Academic Mentors
Resident Academic Mentors (RAM) are responsible for fostering a supportive learning environment for academic and personal success in the residence halls. They provide one-on-one mentoring, information on campus resources, and student success skill building to residents. RAMs provide valuable support for residents designed to retain and support students through graduation while promoting achievement, character development, academic engagement, and independence.
Montgomery Service Desk
The Montgomery Service Desk is the main package hub for all residents. Desk Assistants are responsible for answering questions via email, phone, and walk-ins, processing and issuing keys and packages, and basic data entry.
UHRL Student Services Office
The UHRL Student Services Office is the main housing office for students. Office Assistants are responsible for general office tasks and other projects as assigned.
Marketing, Communications & Outreach
Social Media Coordinator
Excited about social storytelling? Come tell our story from the student perspective on our Facebook and Instagram channels. Position is flexible, typically working 2-5 hours/week. Web experience a plus but not required. This position is currently filled.
Student Graphic Designer
Support departmental print, social media, email, web, and general communication needs for housing operations and residence life. Must be available for 10-20 hours/week and have intermediate skills using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator. This position is currently filled.
Provide housing tours to prospective students and families, promote student engagement with VikNights and University Success, represent Housing at events, table in a variety of settings, and occasionally conduct phone outreach. Must be available for 2-10 hours/week. Tours take place at 1:00pm 1-5 days/week. Additional events will take place outside of these hours.
Summer Housing & Conferences
Do you thrive when you are on a team? Would you like to gain experience working with University Housing? Would customer service and program operations experience help boost your resume? Our Summer Housing and Conferences (SHC) team hires each year for different full-time or part-time positions.
Room & Set Up Crew Members
This position will pay $14.25/hr and will be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of all guest rooms and community spaces used by SHC guests. This position requires critical thinking, moderate cleaning, attention to detail, moderate physical activity, and organization skills. These job duties will vary depending on Summer Housing & Conference needs.
Customer Service Team Members
This position will pay $13.25/hr and will be responsible for providing quality customer service to SHC guests. This position manages the all essential functions of the conference desk and performs the check in/out of guests and groups. This position also requires availability on nights and weekends. These job duties will vary depending on Summer Housing and Conferencing needs.
Guest Room Coordinator
This position will pay $14.25/hr and will be responsible for providing quality control for the turnover of SHC rooms and spaces. This position requires inspecting rooms for cleanliness, proper inventory, maintenance issues and reports. They will provide coordination and support for the Room & Set-up Crew. All qualifications and the position description can be found in the link below.