All available undergraduate, graduate and professional positions are listed on the HRL website employment page for your consideration on an ongoing basis throughout the year. We encourage you to check periodically to see if we have the position that is right for you.
What’s Available Now?
Summer Conference Assistant (SCA)
The Summer Conference Assistant (SCA) is an important part of the summer operations team within Housing and Residence Life (HRL). SCAs provide service and assistance to participants in summer camps and conferences as well as Spartan Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR). Under the direction of two graduate student interns, SCAs are responsible for the daily operation of the residence halls during the summer, with the exception of Summer School housing. SCAs are expected to provide exceptional customer service and create a positive experience for all summer guests. SCAs are involved in all phases of the conference and SOAR housing programs, including administration and facilities management. Click here to review the full SCA Work Agreement.
- SCA Application Opens – February 26
- SCA Application Closes – March 14, 11:59 p.m.
- Interview Period: March 26-29
- SCA Offer Letters Distributed – April 2
- SCA Orientation – April 10 at 6 p.m.
Spartan StartUP Student Success Mentor
Brief Job Description:
Spartan StartUP is a five-week academic enhancement program that assists in the transition of incoming freshmen to the University of North Carolina Greensboro. In addition to taking two classes, students in the Spartan StartUp program will attend a series of seminars, field trips, and workshops. These opportunities will expose the students to the breadth of resources and opportunities available to them at UNCG and the Greensboro community.
Student success mentors are selected to support, nurture, and guide Spartan StartUP participants throughout the tenure of the five-week program and during their first semester at UNCG. Mentors provide structured one-on-one attention, encouragement, advice, and academic support. The mentor will work to provide a welcoming environment that is conducive to students needs and supports student success. Mentors will organize and participate in social activities, monitor study halls, and act as resource for students in Spartan StartUP.
There are currently no positions available for graduate students, but please check back.
Looking for 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.