Student Employment

RESIDENT ASSISTANT (RA) INFORMATION:

RAs operate on floors of our residence halls and Tech Village Apartments when we have Tech students living on campus.  We will have RAs during the Summer, Fall, and Spring terms.

NOTE:  RA selection has already been completed for the upcoming Summer 2019 and Fall 2019 semesters.

  • QUALIFICATIONS

    To be considered for an RA position, you must meet the following criteria:

    • Full time student
    • Academic Role Model:  Maintain at least a 2.25 cumulative GPA
    • Social Role Model:  No formal conduct sanctions
    • Must be able to attend a fall and spring staff training
    • Displays a positive attitude toward and about Residential Life and the University
    • Ability to work with a diverse population
    • Sound leadership experience
    • Self-confidence and self-respect
    • Oral and written communications skills
    • Sound decision making skills

  • BENEFITS

    The following benefits are included:

    • RA in Residence Hall Room:  Remuneration includes a monthly stipend and assignment to a private room at a traditional hall double room rate
    • RA in Tech Village Apartment:  Remuneration includes a monthly stipend and assignment to a one bedroom apartment at the standard small one bedroom rate.
    • Leadership experience
    • Meals are not provided

  • RESPONSIBILITIES

    The primary responsibility of an RA is to develop a positive floor and hall/apartment community which includes, but not limited to the following:

    • Being available and approachable (on duty as well as off duty).
    • Responding to student needs/issues as necessary; on duty about 1 week night (7 pm - 7 am) per week and one weekend per month – may be different for the apartment RAs
    • Planning and hosting floor/hall programs for residents
    • Maintaining a floor/apartment environment that is conducive to study, work with special interest housing groups as appropriate, and administrative duties as directed by the Hall Director
    • Abiding by and enforcing University and Residential Life policies
    • Attending weekly staff meetings, one-on-one meetings, committee meetings and training as required
    • Assisting the housekeeping and maintenance staff in providing a clean and well maintained environment
    • Other duties as assigned by your Hall Director.

  • APPLICATION AND REFERENCE FORMS

    IMPORTANT NOTE FOR THE RA:

    Professional references should be submitted from current or previous employers, professors, former teachers, or community members, etc. that can attest to your abilities related to this position.  References from relatives will not be accepted.


    RA APPLICATION:

    If you want to apply to be an RA, please complete an application:

    RESIDENT ASSISTANT APPLICATION


    RA REFERENCE FORM:

    If you are completing a reference form for a potential RA, please complete the following form:

    RA REFERENCE FORM


CONFERENCE ASSISTANT (CA) INFORMATION:

CAs operate in halls during the summer.  We will have conference programs the entire summer and in all halls, excluding our summer housing hall for Tech students. 

NOTE:  CA selection has already been completed for the upcoming Summer 2019 conference program.

  • QUALIFICATIONS

    Preferably a past, current, or future Resident Assistant or someone with housing experience

  • BENEFITS

    The following benefits are included:

    • Monthly stipend
    • Housing at no cost
    • Meals are not provided 

  • RESPONSIBILITIES

    Conference Assistants (CA) work from mid-May through the end of July.  The position is similar to the Resident Assistant role in that it is responsible for maintaining order, enforcing rules, being visible and interacting with conference participants on a daily basis in the Residential Halls.  Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Working under supervision of the Conference Hall Director and Assistant Director of Residential Life in charge of conferences
    • Working approximately 10.5 weeks/30 hours per week
    • Conducting room checks/inventories
    • Greeting groups upon arrival
    • Checking groups in and out of the halls
    • Maintaining key inventories
    • Completing appropriate paperwork
    • Each CA is responsible for daily desk/office hours and duty nights in assigned hall
    • Assist with linen inventories
    • Provide support to camp participants
    • Submit work orders and follow up

     

  • APPLICATION AND REFERENCE FORMS

    CA APPLICATION:

    If you want to apply to be a CA, please complete an application:

    CONFERENCE ASSISTANT APPLICATION


GENERAL STUDENT WORKER INFORMATION:

General student workers typically work in our main office, in the Account Clerk's office as an assistant, or in our Tech Village apartments office.

  • QUALIFICATIONS

    At the discretion of each area.

  • BENEFITS

    The following benefits are included:

    • Hourly minimum wage:  Currently $7.25 per hour
    • Potential early registration:  At discretion of area depending on work hours needed

  • RESPONSIBILITIES

    The primary responsibilities are at the discretion of the supervisor of the area but could include:

    • Answering phone
    • Filing paperwork
    • Assisting with reports
    • Data entry
    • Any other duty as assigned

  • APPLICATION AND REFERENCE FORMS

    GENERAL STUDENT WORKER APPLICATION:

    If you want to apply for a student worker position, please complete an application:

    GENERAL STUDENT WORKER APPLICATION

 

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