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Student employment is a great way to learn real-life skills and
supplement your college education expenses. The Office of
Residence Life values and relies on student staff in its business and
facilities operations, and in community development.
Student serve in a variety of roles as follows:
Resident Assistant Job Description (PDF)
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2016-17 Academic Year!
Our Resident Assistant selection process for the 2016-2017 school year is continuing. We strongly encourage all interested candidates to apply. The RA experience is one of a kind where you can gain many transferable skills which will help you now and in the future. To gain better insight to the RA position, please check out the details listed below and don’t forget to apply by 4:30pm on Wednesday, April 20th.
A Resident Assistant is an undergraduate student who lives in one of the residence halls/apartments. They serve as a community facilitator, referral agent, peer advisor, and programmer. The RA also helps maintain a living environment conducive to sleeping and studying and upholds University and Residence Life policies.
Responsibilities: A Resident Assistant is an undergraduate student who has been selected and trained by the Office of Residence Life as a paraprofessional staff member. RAs live in the residence halls and apartments serving as a community facilitator, referral agent, peer advisor, and programmer. In addition, RAs uphold University and Residence Life policies and help maintain a living environment conducive to sleep and study.
Requirements: Minimum requirements are a 2.40 cumulative and semester GPA, full-time student status, sophomore standing by Fall 2016, at least two semesters living in on-campus housing (can be from a campus different than UWGB), at least one semester living in on-campus housing at UW-Green Bay, and in good academic and disciplinary standing.
Once you complete your application, recommendation forms will be sent to your three references.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please email email@example.com or call 920-465-2040.
Office and Mailroom Assistant
The Office and Mailroom Assistant (Office Assistant) position serves Residence Life and the approximately 2000 students it serves by providing administrative, clerical, and customer service support to the business operation which serves students, parents, vendors, and visitors to the University (academic year only). Please complete the application and return to the Community Center front desk or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Desk Services Manager
The Desk Services Manager positions provide supervision and leadership to the front desk and mailroom including working approximately 10 scheduled hours and serving in an on-call capacity on a rotating basis in the evening and on weekends (approximately 5 additional hours) for an average of 15 hours per week. Please complete the application and return to the Community Center front desk or email it to email@example.com.
Special Projects Assistant
Special Project Assistants support ongoing and newly developing Residence Life initiatives by assisting in the planning, design, and implementation of projects and programs. These initiatives are primarily based on the Residence Life Technology plan, but will also include other ongoing or seasonal tasks to support the Business Operations area. Please complete the application and return to the Community Center front desk.
Custodial & Maintenance
The Office of Residence Life employs about 15 students for facilities custodial and maintenance during the academic year and more than 30 students in the summer months. The starting pay is $8.25 per hour with a maximum of 25 hours per week (academic year) between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and up to 40 hours per week at $9.00 per hour in the summer months. Most student employees will be assigned to cleaning duties in residence halls and apartments. Some positions are available on the facilities maintenance and painting staff.
Must have good interpersonal communication, organizational and customer service skills, and the ability to respond to students and staff in a positive manner, be willing to work as a team member, and be able to perform physical labor such as cleaning and lifting (up to 50 pounds). The employees must maintain a 2.0 GPA throughout employment.
Summer Housing Assistant
The Summer Housing Assistant serves on a staff of 8, supervised by a team of professional staff, assisting in the administration of summer camps, conferences, summer guest housing, and summer student housing at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay. This responsibility includes providing staffing for the camp and conference housing operation including but not limited to: serving as a Resident Assistant in an assigned building; check-ins and check-outs of students, campers, and guests; serving in an on-call and on-duty capacity; and providing guest services.