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.

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UNDERGRADUATE Positions

The 2019-20 Resident Advisor Application
Oct. 22, 2018 – Jan. 22, 2019

The RA Recruitment and Selection Committee is seeking strong candidates to join our Resident Advisor team for the 2019-2020 Academic Year. Applications will be reviewed as quickly as possible, however it is important for us to give your application the time and energy it deserves. Please see the important information below and direct any questions to raselect@uncg.edu.

Thank you and best of luck in the process!

Important Dates/Timeline
DateTimeEvent
October 22, 20188 a.m.RA Application Goes Live
January 22, 201911:59 p.m.Completed RA Applications Due
February 12, 20193-5 p.m.RA Open House
February 15-17RA Interview Weekend
February 18Adverse Weather Plan only for RA Interviews
APPLICATION

The Application for 2019-2020 is currently open. We require a complete application to be eligible for the process. We recommend that you set aside 30 minutes to complete the application and do so in one sitting. The application will not be saved until it is completed and submitted. You will receive a notice from the form that your application was completed correctly.
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  • 2.5 G.P.A. (Semester and Cumulative)
  • Positive Attitude, Passion, & Persistence
  • Not on active conduct standing (e.g., warning, probation, etc.) as of Fall 2019
  • Full academic year commitment (no study abroad)
  • Advocate for residents and your community.
  • Support your residents throughout the semester by connecting with them at least 3 times.
  • Maintain a sense of home for the community.
  • Implement programming to provide growth/development outside the classroom.
  • Enforce HRL rules and regulations to maintain safety of all residents.
  • Assist in connecting residents to all the resources the UNCG campus has to offer.
  • Visible in the halls: programs, addressing resident concerns, serving on duty rotation managing crises
  • Extra-curricular commitments and/or outside employment is permitted but cannot exceed nine (9) hours per week.
  • RA Training (Tentative Wed. 7/25 – Tues. 8/7)
  • Additional responsibilities for during hall opening and closing at the beginning and end of the semester.
  • Event Support:
    • House Calls
    • HRL Carnival
    • Spartan Showcase
    • Destination UNCG
    • Continuing Development (Monthly)
  • On Campus Connections
  • Professional Growth & Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Time Management Skills
  • Event Management Skills
  • And More!
  • $680 per month for 10 months ($6,800 total)
  • Discounted Housing Rate (pay $2,400 per semester regardless of locations)
  • Discounted Dining - “RA Meal Plan” Optional ($947.66 with 45 meal swipes and 700 flex
INTERVIEWS

Candidates will be notified via email on Jan. 25, 2019, (from raselect@uncg.edu) if they will be invited to participate in an in interview. Candidates should hold the dates of February 15-17 for required interviews, if invited to participate.

QUESTIONS

If you have any questions regarding technical assistance with the video, please contact Career Services. For all other questions, please contact raselect@uncg.edu. Thank you!

PROFESSIONAL Positions

Coordinator for Residence Life (CRL)

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/.
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GRADUATE Positions

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.

The Summer Conference Assistant (SCA) provides service and assistance to summer conference/camp participants and is responsible for the daily operation of the residence halls when conferences/camps are in session. S/he is expected to create an atmosphere of helpfulness and friendliness meeting the needs of the conference/camp groups and their participants. The SCA is involved in all phases of the conference/camp program, including administration and facilities management. Application Timeline: March
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.