Employment

Housing & Residence Education employs approximately 750 staff annually, including nearly 350 full-time professional staff and more than 400 student employees in a wide variety of technical, security, customer service, and leadership positions.

Whether you are an undergraduate student or a seasoned professional, the department has many career opportunities including positions in:

• Financial Services: Resident billings, collections, financial statements, inventory, payroll and personnel, accounting, and vendor inquiries.

• IT Services: Program installation, troubleshooting, upgrading, virus protection, network services, etc.

• Maintenance & Building Services: Facility repairs and public area and restroom cleaning, pest control, solid waste management, etc.

• Residence Life and Education: residence hall and Graduate and Family Housing programming, judicial programs, administration, and area government advising.

• Administrative Services: Undergraduate Assignments, Graduate and Family Housing Assignments, Marketing, Security, Area Desk Assistants, and more.

Student Employment

Resident Assistants

Resident Assistants

RAs provide students with leadership opportunities and employment.
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Student Staff

Student Staff

We provide more than live-in residence hall positions for students.
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Graduate Staff

Graduate Assistants

Graduate level positions provide comprehensive experience towards enhancing skills.
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Commitment to Diversity

It is the goal of Housing & Residence Education to hire undergraduate, graduate and professional staff who are committed to the increasing the knowledge, experience, appreciation and respect of cultures, issues and local, regional and global communities. We strive to develop a community that facilitates interaction among students, faculty and staff representative of diverse traditions, abilities, sexual orientations religious and spiritual convictions, socio-economic status, and racial and ethnic origins. We strongly encourage applications from individuals who are committed to this ongoing development of true global understanding.

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