Summer 2018 Resident Assistant Position Description
- Provide leadership and support for the full operation of the assigned residence hall.
- Demonstrate responsibility during check-in and check-out of all summer residents and select summer camps assigned to their residence hall.
- Enforce all Housing & Residence Life policies and procedures.
- Participate in on-call rotation (RAs will cover daily on-call from 5:00PM-8:00AM).
- Plan one social program as a group each month (May, June, and July) for summer residents.
- Clock-in at Cafaro, Lyden, Kilcawley, and Wick desks as needed
- Work camp check-ins and check-outs in Cafaro, Lyden, and Kilcawley as needed.
- Participate in Orientation by giving residence hall tours and staffing information tables.
- Effectively provide basic information concerning Housing & Residence Life and the University at large.
- Maintain a helpful, cooperative attitude while working in a service-oriented environment.
- Carry out general office skills including, but not limited to, copying, sorting and distributing mail.
- Assist with a variety of projects, and complete other duties as assigned.
- Work additional paid hours as available.
- Preference given to current RAs and RAs planning on taking a course/courses during the summer.
- Ability to relate to and be a resource for all summer residents
- Ability to enforce all Housing & Residence Life policies and procedures in addition to University regulations
- Flexibility relating to completion of additionally assigned tasks
- Demonstrate appropriate crisis management and effective confrontation skills
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to be self-directed, organized and detail-oriented
- Provide neat and accurate completion of all work assigned
- Interpersonal skills appropriate to working in a service-oriented environment
- Ability to communicate and cooperate with fellow student employees and staff of Housing & Residence Life, University departments and the University community
- Knowledge of, or ability to learn, basic information related to Housing & Residence Life, Kilcawley Center and general University information
- Demonstrate helpful, cooperative attitude in responses to questions concerning the general University, University-wide events and Housing & Residence Life
- Commitment to, and respect for, confidentiality
- Sensitivity to, and appreciation for, diversity
- Understanding and ability to adhere to regulations outlined in the Handbook for Residents and the University Code of Conduct
Summer Housing Coordinator
Available for 12 weeks beginning Saturday, May 12, 2018 and ending Saturday, August 4, 2018
Available for the following training, check-in, and check-out dates:
- Saturday, May 12 (Summer training)
- Sunday, May 13 (Summer 1 check-in)
- Sunday, June 10 (Summer Jumpstart check-in)
- Saturday, June 23 (Summer 1 check-out)
- Sunday, June 24 (Summer 2 check-in)
- Saturday, August 4 (Summer Jumpstart & Summer 2 check-out)
Summer RA work hours explanation and breakdown
- On-call shifts (11 hours)
- Weekly staff meeting (1 hour)
Total regular work hours will be 12 time sheet hours per week
- Assigned duties in various residence halls as needed (up to 13 hours)
- These hours can include working desk shifts and doing various other work in buildings
Total clock-in hours will be up to 13 time card hours per week $8.50
Total work hours
12 regular work hours + up to 13 clock in hours = up to 25 paid hours per week
Single room and summer meal plan
Hourly wages paid bi-weekly $9.00