STUDENT LEADER POSITIONS
Looking for an on-campus job? How about a job you don't even have to leave your building to get to? Housing & Residential Education is currently looking for motivated and knowledgeable student leaders to be a part of our team!
Please Note: Student Leader appointments are for the entire academic year. Candidates must be able to commit to a position for both the fall and spring semesters.
These positions interact closely with fellow residents, staff, and guests. HRE and the University of Utah are committed to upholding state and national health guidelines to ensure your protection.
We are looking for positive, friendly students to join our team! Whether you are passionate about the U, experienced in customer service, or have a background in marketing, we have a position for you. Our teams' positions are hourly and you do not need to live on-campus to apply. If you have questions, please direct them to the appropriate team.
Marketing & Communications Positions
If you're passionate about the University of Utah and want to share that with others, this is the team for you. For questions about positions, please email Grace McGregor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lead Outreach Housing Ambassador(OHA) supports the Marketing & Communications Coordinator. This OHA will provide specialized support to marketing and potential student recruitment efforts. The Lead OHA will assist with reviewing/editing marketing materials, creating OHA schedules, housing tours, outreach events, social media content, website updates, and more! Click the Learn More button for a full position description.
The Outreach Housing Ambassador(HA) supports the Communications & Assessment Coordinator. This HA will provide specialized support to marketing and potential student recruitment efforts. The Outreach HA will assist with housing tours, outreach events, social media content, website updates, and more! Click the Learn More button for a full position description.
Central Office Positions
Located in Benchmark 822, our central office helps prospective students, current students, and their families navigate housing. If you have questions about the position, please reach out to Stephen Henninger at email@example.com.
Position Filled. The Lead Housing Ambassadors (HA) provides aid to students and parents in the HRE central office and is responsible for inventory management, providing excellent and informative customer service, and giving support when needed to HAs and other HRE staff. The Lead HA will work individually and as a part of a team to support students, respond to concerns and inspire prospective students to be excited about living on campus. To apply to be the Lead Housing Ambassador, please fill out the form below. For a full job description, please click the "Learn More" button.
Housing Ambassadors (HAs) provide aid to students and parents in the HRE central office and are responsible for inventory management, providing excellent and informative customer service, and giving support when needed to other HRE staff. HAs work individually and as members of a team to support students, respond to concerns and inspire prospective students to be excited about living on campus. To apply to be a Housing Ambassador, please fill out the form below. For a full job description, please click the "Learn More" button.
Resident Services Desk Jobs
We have four front desks - Kahlert Village, Lassonde Studios, Marriott Honors Community and the Peterson Heritage Center. We proudly serve over 4,000 residents throughout the year. For questions about open positions, please email Mar’quis “Moon” Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join our desk and mailroom team!Our Desk and Mailroom Assistants serve on our front-line ensuring that those within our residence are met with positivity, gain a sense of belonging, attain the support they need, and the resources and direction necessary to ensure that they find all that they inquire about. If you like to help others and work in a fun, friendly team, this is the place for you!
Join our team by becoming our Desk & Event Preparation Assistant. This is a hybrid opportunity that serves in both the Desk Assistant role as well our Event Preparation Assistant role which further ensures that residents, staff members, and guests have a positive experience while visiting our spaces. This part-time position is responsible for event service, client attention, and overall logistics of events by way of set-up and tear down of equipment (tables, chairs, etc.) and AV equipment testing to ensure efficient functionality.
Please check back in December for Spring 2022 for more information on the position and application instructions.”
Residential Education Selection Process
The Residential Education process includes Resident Advisors and Social Justice Advocates. The Resident Advisor and Social Justice Advocates application is now open through January 13, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. All positions will require a resume. Please have your resume document ready to upload (in PDF form) when you begin the application. Please email email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Prepare a current resume including; but not limited to: history of involvement, educational background, creativity and innovative practices, and/or a list of accomplishments you would like HRE to consider. For resources on resume building, please visit the Career & Professional Development Center.
All candidates applying to be an RA or an SJA will work through our application and interview process. Since our process has several steps, we have outlined those below so you can have an idea of what the timeline looks like for your application, interviews, notification of your status, and additional next steps.
- Application Open: October 18 at 8 a.m.
- Necessary Materials Needed for Application
- Application Deadline: January 13 at 11:59 a.m.
- After all applications are received, we will check candidate grades to ensure all candidates meet our GPA requirements
- Initial GPA Check Requirement: January 17-20
- New Candidates must meet both the previous semester (fall 2021) and Cumulative GPA requirement of 2.5 to be considered for a Student Leader position
- Candidates will then be invited to a Canvas course with additional information about the positions and items to work through as part of the interview process.
- Invites Sent on January 21
- Deadline to Complete: January 31 at 11:59 p.m.
- Canvas module should take approximately 2-3 hours
- Individual Interview Requirement: February 10 or 11 (in-person; virtual option by request)
- Approximately 30 minutes
- Group Process Requirement: February 17 or February 18 (in-person; virtual options by request)
- Approximately 1-2 hours
- Notification of standing in the process (placement, alternate, not selected): March 18
- Deadline to Accept or Decline Potential Placement: March 28 at 11:59 p.m.
- Student Leader Welcome Event: April 27
- Approximately 2 hours
- Final GPA Check Requirement
- Once spring 2022 semester grades have been submitted
If you have any questions or concerns throughout your application process, please feel free to contact our Student Leader Selection Committee Co-Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org