The Assistant Residence Life Coordinator is a 20-hour per week live-in assistantship. The ARLC is responsible for the co-supervision, selection, training and evaluation of the Resident Mentor staff in their assigned building. The ARLC co-manages daily operations within the residence hall including, but not limited to: co-supervision of student staff, conduct weekly staff meetings, assist with opening and closing of the halls, and student follow up. The ARLC has the opportunity to hear conduct cases, serve on departmental committees, and attend professional development sessions both from University Housing and the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support. The ARLC works closely to infuse the department’s residential foundations based on the A-Frame tenants into all aspects of residential life and the quality student interactions happening everyday within our vibrant communities. All graduate assistants participate in a rotating on-call duty system. ARLCs report directly to a Residence Life Coordinator/Area Coordinator.
The Graduate Assistant for Special Projects is a 20-hour per week live-on assistantship. Duties of this position include, but are not limited to: serving on departmental committees; supervision and training of the Alternate Resident Mentor Staff, fostering and maintaining healthy relationships with the special programs in Residence Life; assisting with assessment initiatives throughout the department; participating in the on-call rotation for duty; serving as a member of a Community Education Team (CET); co-advising residence hall government student leaders; and collaborating on departmental research. This GA must be able to communicate with staff, students and parents in a professional and confidential manner and work with both formal and informal student groups. This position reports directly to the Assistant Director of Residential Curricular Initiatives.
The Graduate Assistant for Residential Leadership Initiatives is a 20-hour per week live-on assistantship with opportunity for student contact. Staff may be engaged with students one to two evenings during the week and occasional weekends. All graduate assistants participate in a rotating on-call duty system. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Residential Leadership Initiatives. Primary responsibilities include:
1. Co-advise executive officers on the Executive Council of the Residence Hall Association (RHA).
2. Support development and implementation of a year-long Advisor Development Curriculum to build the advising capacity of graduate and professional Hall Government advisors.
3. Assist in the development and execution of an ongoing Continuing Education Curriculum for Resident Mentors.
4. Assist with planning and coordination for the Resident Mentor Class (EDHE 600) including curriculum review, outreach, course enrollment logistics, and administrative support.
5. Contribute to the successful administrative execution of the Resident Mentor Selection Process.
6. Assist with the design and use of assessment efforts to gauge effectiveness of the RM Class, Advisor Development Curriculum, Continuing Education, and other leadership initiatives.
7. Serve on the Student Leadership Development Committee, and an additional departmental committee that aligns with the needs of the department and their professional goals or areas of interest.
The Graduate Assistant for Residential Curricular Initiatives is a 20-hour per week live-on assistantship. In this position the graduate assistant will be responsible for assisting with: educating students through the Residential Foundations, staff and campus partners on our A-Frame guiding philosophies. All graduate assistants participate in a rotating on-call duty system. These positions report directly to the Assistant Director of Residential Curricular Initiatives. Primary Position Responsibilities:
1. The Graduate Assistant will communicate with the College of Arts and Sciences, University 101 Programs, the Darla Moore School of Business, School of Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communication, Sport and Entertainment Management and other campus partners as needed in working with the Linked Learning Communities.
2. The Graduate Assistant will assist with the selection and recruitment of the Linked Learning Community students for the incoming fall cohort.
3. The Graduate Assistant will assist with planning, coordinating and accomplishing various tasks for the Linked Living Learning Communities ranging from creating marketing materials and outreach, course selection, enrollment logistics, and assessment.
4. The Graduate Assistant will create and analyze all linked learning community related assessment including but not limited to student, faculty and staff surveys and executive summaries to be shared with campus partners and external stakeholders, focus groups and strategic plans.
5. Co-Advise Hall Government with respective building supervisor in maintaining an accurate Hall Government budget through weekly meetings with the Hall Government Treasurer, regular meetings and events with the respective building supervisor.