Summer Conference Assistant (SCA)
The Summer Conference Assistant (SCA) provides quality customer service and assistance to Spartan Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) and summer conference/camp participants. SCAs are responsible for the daily operation of the residence halls when orientation and conferences/camps are in session. SCAs are expected to create an atmosphere of helpfulness and friendliness while meeting the needs of the SOAR and conference/camp groups and their participants. The SCA is involved in all phases of the SOAR and conference/camp program, including but not limited to the check-in/check-out process, serving on-call, facilities management, and the participant experience.
- Have lived on campus for a minimum of one semester.
- Possess a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher at the time of application.
- Be enrolled in classes at the university for the Fall 2023 semester.
- Be committed to employment for the entire summer upon initial hire.
- Must have Thursday evenings from 4-6pm available (mandatory).
- Be in good conduct standing with the University at the time of hire. During the period of employment, SCAs must not be found in violation of any University policies or procedures.
- Pass a federal background check to be conducted once the position is offered and accepted. Failure to pass will result in rescinding the job offer.
The Summer Conference Assistant position provides a monthly stipend of $900 at the end of the June & July pay periods. Living on campus is a requirement of the job and staff are therefore provided an on-campus apartment for the duration of the summer at no cost to the SCA. A meal plan will not be provided. The summer housing package is valued at a little over $2,000.
If you have any questions about the position or issues with the application, reach out to Aaron Kidd at ABKIDD@UNCG.EDU. You will receive a response within 24 – 48 Hours.
Application Open until March 3, 2023
NEW Resident Advisor Position
Housing and Residence Life is seeking strong candidates to join our Resident Advisor team for the 2023-2024 Academic Year! The Resident Advisor (RA) position is the principal student leadership position within the residence halls at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Resident Advisors are selected on the basis of their potential and ability to provide leadership and service to students living in the halls. The position requires Resident Advisors to provide maximum availability to on-campus students. Resident Advisor responsibilities are often non-scheduled, spontaneous, and determined by the needs and expectations of the students within a community. As a part of the Resident Advisor experience, our student staff members will develop skills to become global leaders, resilient humans, critical thinkers, and community builders.
NEW Resident Advisor Application Information
|October 12th, 2022||9:00 a.m.||New RA Application Opens|
|October 17th-January 31st||Various Times||New RA Info Sessions|
|January 31st, 2023||11:59 p.m.||Completed Applications Due|
|February 17th, 2023||3:00-5:00 p.m.||New RA Open House|
|March 17th-18th, 2023||TBD||New RA Interview Weekend|
- A minimum 2.5 Cumulative GPA
- Applicants cannot be on Disciplinary Probation in the Spring 2023 semester. Consideration of every candidate’s conduct record with the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities will be considered and Housing & Residence Life reserves the right to deny candidacy based on a student’s conduct record.
- No Previous experience as a Resident Advisor
- Previous experience living on campus
Complete Applications (Application Form, Individual Video Interview, AND Video Interview Submission) are due by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, January 31st, 2023. Please make sure to complete all steps below.
We require a complete application to be considered for an RA position. We recommend that you set aside 15-20 minutes to complete the application in one sitting. The application is completed via Qualtrics and can be found below.Complete the New RA Application
2.) Attend an Information Session
As part of your application, you are required to attend one New RA Information Session. The information for those are as follows:
|Tue. 10/18/22||6:30 – 7:30pm||TSR|
|Wed. 10/19/22||6:30 – 7:30pm||Virtual|
|Thur/ 10/20/22||6:30 – 7:30pm||Ragsdale-Mendenhall 127|
|Sat. 10/22/22||12:00 – 1:00pm||Virtual|
|Mon. 10/24/22||2:00 – 3:00pm||EUC Auditorium|
|Tue. 10/25/22||1:00 – 2:30pm||Virtual|
|Wed. 10/26/22||10:30 – 11:30am||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Fri. 10/28/22||2:30 – 3:30pm||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Tue. 11/01/22||9:00 – 10:00am||EUC Auditorium|
|Wed. 11/02/22||1:00 – 2:00pm||Virtual|
|Thur. 11/03/22||3:00 – 4:00pm||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Mon. 11/07/22||9:30 – 10:30am||Ragsdale-Mendenhall 127|
|Thur. 11/10/22||10:00 – 11:00am||Virtual|
|Fri. 11/11/22||1:00 – 2:00pm||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Mon. 11/14/22||10:30 – 11:30am||Virtual|
|Tue. 11/15/22||2:30 – 3:30pm||Virtual|
|Mon. 11/28/22||9:00 – 10:00am||Virtual|
|Mon. 11/28/22||1:00 – 2:00pm||Virtual|
|Mon. 11/28/22||7:00 – 8:00pm||TSR (General Assembly)|
|Tue. 11/29/22||10:00 – 11:00am||Virtual|
|Tue. 11/29/22||1:30 – 2:30pm||Virtual|
|Wed. 11/30/22||2:00 – 3:00pm||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Tue. 12/13/22||3:00 – 4:00pm||Virtual|
|Mon. 01/09/23||2:00 – 3:00pm||Virtual|
|Tue. 1/10/23||10:30 – 11:30am||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Wed. 01/11/23||4:00 – 5:00pm||Ragsdale-Mendenhall 127|
|Fri. 1/13/23||9:30 – 10:30am||Virtual|
|Fri. 1/13/23||2:30 – 3:30pm||Shaw Hall | Tillman Smart Room|
|Sat. 1/14/23||10:00 – 11:00am||Virtual|
|Sun. 1/15/23||1:00 – 2:00pm||Virtual|
|Wed. 1/18/23||6:30 – 7:30pm||Virtual|
|Thur. 01/19/23||3:00 – 4:00pm||Virtual|
|Mon. 01/23/23||12:00 – 1:00pm||Virtual|
|Tue. 01/24/23||2:30 – 3:30pm||Virtual|
|Thur. 01/26/23||5:00 – 6:00pm||Virtual|
|Tue. 1/31/23||7:30 – 8:30pm||Virtual|
3.) Individual Video Interview
- We require an individual video interview. The process is run through Big Interview via Career Services at UNCG. Once you have completed the video, please click submit. Once you have submitted, you should receive an email with a link to your video. That link must be submitted via the “Submitting Individual Video Interview Link” below. In order to access the video interview prompt, please:
- Go to uncg.biginterview.com
- Log-in with your UNCG username and password.
- If you have not already, you will be prompted to enter your demographics.
- Click on: Assignments.
- Enter Assignment Code (New: 9d8678)
- Click on: I’m Ready!
- Click on: Allow to let Big Interview use your Camera & Microphone
- Click on: Done & Practice without Eye Tracking
- Follow the prompts on the screen to answer the questions.
- Once you have completed your recording and submitted your video, please be sure to submit your individual video interview link!
4.)Submitting Individual Video Interview Link
After completing your individual video interview via BigInterview, please utilize the link below to submit your video.Submit Individual Video Interview Link
RETURNING Resident Advisor Position
The Returning Resident Advisor Application is for current RA’s applying for the 23-24 Academic Year. Please see below for details on the application.
Application Process Overview: The Returning Resident Advisor application is a three part process.
- Part 1: Qualtrics Application
- Part 1a: 600 Word Reflection
- Part 2: Artifacts with Descriptors
- Part 3: 15 Minute Panel Presentation via Zoom
Each section of the application is detailed below. We recommend looking through this information and creating your 600 word reflection and 3 artifacts prior to starting the Qualtrics application as you will submit both of these parts within your Qualtrics application.
RETURNING Resident Advisor Application Information
Within the Qualtrics application, there will be two sections to upload a file. The first section, titled “600 Word Reflection” is where you will upload a PDF document with your 600 word reflection attached. The title of your document should follow this format: “First Initial. Last Name, RA Reflection.” An example title would be “W. Harmony, RA Reflection.” The second section, titled “Artifact Submission” is where you will upload a singular PDF document with all 3 Artifacts and descriptors included. Please click here for an example of how that PDF document should look. The title of your document should follow this format: “First Initial. Last Name, RA Artifacts.” An example title would be “W. Harmony, RA Artifacts”. You may include an optional summary of each artifact within the PDF (250 words or less).
Artifact Descriptors: For your artifacts, we are asking that you include a descriptor with each. A descriptor is 3-5 sentences explaining why the artifact you chose answers the “Descriptor Prompt” being asked.
Curriculum Learning Goals & Outcomes: For Artifact C, you are being asked to utilize our Residential Curriculum. A description of our Residential Curriculum can be found below.
Part 1: Qualtrics Application
|Part 1||Online Qualtrics Application||Resident Advisors wishing to return to the RA position must first complete their online Qualtrics application.|
The application can be found here.
|Applicants submit a fully completed Qualtrics application and attach all necessary documents.|
|Part 1a||600 Word Reflection||Resident Advisors must upload a 600 word reflection to their qualtrics application. |
The reflection must address all 4 of the following questions:
|Applicants address all 4 questions that are being asked, and do not exceed 600 words. For question 4 specifically, you should address what you would bring (curricular initiatives, team dynamics, community building, etc.) to a traditional, suite, and apartment style community. Please be sure to address each style of community in your answer.|
The uploaded document should be in PDF format with the title formatted as follows: “First Initial. Last Name, RA Reflection”
EX: W. Harmonay, RA Reflection
Part 2: Artifacts with Descriptors
|Artifact A||The best work you have done as an RA||Please utilize this artifact to display one specific thing that you have personally created during your tenure as an RA. This should be what you feel is the best work you have done as an RA. |
You should include supporting documentation (photos, attendance numbers, copy of what you created, etc.) for this artifact.
|Some examples that you can include are:|
|Artifact B||One thing that has inspired the most growth during your time as an RA||During your time in the RA position, you may have had many different interactions with our staff, your community, and the greater HRL community. Please utilize this artifact to show us an experience that has inspired the most growth for you.||You can be as creative as you want with this artifact. You can paint a picture, make a slideshow presentation, draw something, write out your experience, or create anything else that you feel displays the thing that inspired the most growth during your time as an RA. This should be something that has happened within the scope of your role as an RA.|
|Artifact C||Create one initiative that you would implement into each style of community (Traditional, Suites, Apartments)||As an RA, you are often tasked with creating different curricular initiatives to implement within a residence hall. Please utilize this artifact to create one curricular initiative that you would implement into each style of community. You will be creating three total initiatives.||You must utilize the Residential Curriculum Learning Goals and Outcomes for each initiative. A detailed description of our Residential Curriculum can be found below.|
Part 3: 15 Minute Panel Presentation
|Expectations||Applicants will be given 10 minutes to present Artifact A to a panel of 3 HRL Professional Staff members via Zoom. The panel presentation will be recorded. You do not have to take up the full 10 minutes, but will be cut off at the 10 minute mark. This artifact can be presented in any way, shape, or form.|
However you present your artifact, you should address the following:
|Follow-Up Questions||After your presentation, our Professional Staff team will take about 5 minutes to ask some questions. |
Some specific questions you can expect are:
Residential Curriculum Information
|Learning Goal||Learning Outcomes|
|Leadership||Articulate the importance of inclusive leadership in their community|
|Identify personal and community actions that initiate sustainable change|
|Cultivate their leadership style and philosophy|
|Wellness||Develop at least 1 goal that works toward holistic wellness|
|Identify campus and/or community resources to support holistic well-being|
|Demonstrate healthy coping mechanisms to manage stress|
|Intellectual Engagement||Identify diverse approaches to problem solving|
|Engage with staff, faculty, and community leaders outside of the classroom to enhance the residential learning experience|
|Examine the impact their decisions have on their goals|
|Inclusive Communities||Explore one’s own values and identities|
|Recognize how systemic power and oppression impact relationships and community|
|Navigate the complexities of living in a diverse environment|
Looking for More Undergraduate Employment?
Each year, HRL hires for various undergraduate positions on a fairly predictable timeline. In order to make students aware of ways in which they may wish to join the HRL team in the future, below is a list of undergraduate job descriptions. Students can find out how to get involved in leadership roles, gain valuable work experience and in some cases become a paid employee. General timelines for hiring for these positions are noted.
Summer Conference Assistant (SCA)
The Summer Conference Assistant (SCA) provides quality customer service and assistance to Spartan Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) and summer conference/camp participants. SCAs are responsible for the daily operation of the residence halls when orientation and conferences/camps are in session. SCAs are expected to create an atmosphere of helpfulness and friendliness while meeting the needs of the SOAR and conference/camp groups and their participants. The SCA is involved in all phases of the SOAR and conference/camp program, including but not limited to the check-in/check-out process, duty, facilities management, and the participant experience. Application Timeline: March
Resident Advisor (RA)
The Resident Advisor (RA) is responsible for a living area housing approximately 25-75 students in one of the University residence halls. Reporting to a Coordinator (CRL/RCC), or an Assistant Coordinator (ACRL), the RA has responsibilities in student development, programming, general administration, maintenance, and facility administration, and the selection of staff. The RA works as an integral member of the Housing and Residence Life team and is required to demonstrate professionalism as they assist students on a daily basis. RAs articulate to residents the philosophy and policies of Housing and Residence Life and UNC Greensboro. They represent HRL and UNCG by serving as a primary role model for residents. This position description outlines the major areas of responsibility. Application Timeline: October – January
The Desk Assistant (DA) is responsible for the assistance of The Office of Housing and Residence Life staff and students in communities containing desk operations. The DA may work in more than one community and will be under the direct supervision of the Coordinator for Residence Life (CRL) or Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life (ACRL) in that community when scheduled. The DA will have multiple responsibilities including but not limited to administrative tasks, customer service, student/guest referral, and office management. The DA will serve as a first contact for students and guests in The Office of Housing and Residence Life and thus is required to demonstrate a high level of professionalism. The following sections will outline major areas of responsibility. Application timeline: February-March.
There are currently no graduate positions available. Please check back soon!
Coordinator for Residence Life (CRL)
CRL Application Information
Housing and Residence Life is now hiring for the Coordinator for Residence Life (CRL) position. For more information about the CRL position, please visit https://hrl.uncg.edu/uncgcrl/.Link to CRL Application