Student Employment Opportunities with Residential Life
Looking for a great opportunity to work with Residential Life? We offer competitive compensation and the unique chance to work in the Husky Village community! See below for more information.
Resident Advisor - now Open!
The Resident Advisor (RA) position is a live-in position within the University of Washington Bothell. Under the direct supervision of the Resident Director, the RA established a cohesive and responsible community in his/her designated area by modeling and supporting issues related to diversity, facilitating the holistic development of residents through programming, refering, advising and supporting residents as they deal with academic and personal issues. RA's are expected to enforce and abide by the policies of the Office of Student Life and the University of Washington as well as Washington State and federal laws in the residence halls, demonstrate sound judgment, participate in and facilitates a team approach with coworkers, complete necessary administrative tasks and provide appropriate customer service to students and visitors.
Compensation: RA's are paid as a rate equal to a double-room in either Husky Village or Campus View and receive a monthly stipend each month. Contact Rachel Rodney at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To learn more about this position, please attend one of the following info sessions:
Husky Village Community Center 7pm January 7, 13, or 18.
or in UW1-103 10am January 5, 11, or 20th.
You can apply to be a Resident Advisor for 2016-2017 by filling out the application at: www.tinyurl.com/UWBRA1617 by January 25th at midnight.
Community Assistant (CA)
The Community Assistant (CA) is the primary contact with residents at the Community Center at Husky Village front desk. CAs work assigned hours each week staffing the desk and assisting current residents, their guests, visitors and the Residential Life professional staff. The primary responsibilities include answering walk-up and telephone inquiries, completing paperwork and forms, checking out equipment at the front desk, and issuing keys and parking passes. While at the desk, CAs may also accept deliveries and sort mail, complete basic housekeeping tasks and assist with student lock-outs. Click here to view the full job description.
Compensation: $12.00/hour. Contact Jeff Sann at email@example.com for more information.
This application process is now closed.
LLC Peer Instructor’s will partner with faculty to create monthly, co-curricular events throughout the academic year. In addition, they will assist in teaching a 2-credit seminar in the fall and winter quarters on student success strategies. This is an ideal position for students interested in possibly teaching in k-12 or at the college level someday. If you are interested in gaining teaching experience, peer mentorship, further developing your leadership, and giving back to the UWB Bothell community – then this is a great opportunity for you! This commitment will begin with Spring 2016 training and will then continue on as a paid position for Fall, Winter, and Spring quarter during the 2016-2017 academic year. The position pays $500 per quarter.
Compensation: Peer Instructors receive a stipend of $500 per quarter. Contact René Galindo at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more information and to apply go to the following link: http://tinyurl.com/uwb-peerinstructor