We will accept applications on an on-going basis and will contact you if an opportunity presents itself.
Priority Applications for the 2017 - 2018 academic year, must be submitted by February 10, 2017 by 5pm for consideration.
You will need to bring a resume and completed Background Check Form to your interview.
You can find the form here: Background Check Form
Student Staff Positions:
The staff members who have the most direct and regular contact with our residence hall students. Their primary responsibility is to act as a facilitator for the residence hall community and to enhance the social, educational, spiritual, intellectual, physical, and cultural development of each of their residents. The RA works to help students through challenges and helps celebrate their successes. They serve on call to assist students with a variety of concerns and to keep the residence halls safe and secure.
They work primarily with the family housing units within University Housing. RMs serve as after hours and emergency contact points for Family Housing tenants. RMs have the most direct and regular contact with Family Housing tenants and serve as providers of quality customer service, and general resources for our tenants. RMs support the academic mission of the University by providing a safe, healthy, and educationally purposeful living environment for all residents of family housing.
The staff members that have the most direct and regular contact with conference and University guests staying in SOU’s residential conference facilities. CAs represent SOU as providers of quality customer service, housing and dining opportunities, and serve as general resources for our guests. CAs support the academic mission of the University by serving the educational opportunities within conference programs. The summer CA position is a 40 hours per week position.
Housing Office Assistant
They are expected to provide quality and professional customer service to SOU students, families, faculty, staff, and any other constituent. The Housing Office Student Assistant works to help residents with payments, processing room changes, sorting and disturbing mail and packages, and answering many general questions about Housing. The Housing Office Assistant position is an hourly position. Students hired must be able to work at least ten hours per week.
Leadership & Retention Assistant
They are responsible for assisting the department as a facilitator for the residence hall community and to enhance the social, educational, spiritual, intellectual, physical, vocational, cultural, and environmental development of each of their residents. This is a hourly position, students must be able to work 15-20 hours a week.
They are responsible for assisting the department with any administrative needs such as maintenance requests, room change paperwork, room inspections, etc. This position also assists with special projects and has a strong focus on detail and excellent written communication skills. This is a hourly position, students must be able to work 20 hours a week.
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