Remember, all applications are due January 17, 2014 at 5:00 PM!
Building Operations Specialist
The Building Operations Specialist (BOS) position within the Office of Housing and Residence Life provides support to staff in regards to housing facilities and operations. As a member of this team, you will play an intricate role in review of the daily operations of the residence halls as well as review of future projects in the residence halls. This position provides opportunity to work with a team or independently to accomplish multiple projects that directly impact residents. Successful BOS's are critical thinkers that can systematically review operations and systems to reach a solution, hold excellent communication skills to direct and lead teammates, and are passionate to explore and learn more about the behind the scenes work to operate University housing facilities.
Business Services Specialist
The Business Service Specialist (BSS) position within the Offices of Housing and Residence Life (HRL)supports the staff within the office as well as students, parents, faculty, and staff. This position provides opportunities for students to create a welcoming environment for all constituents that interact with the office. BSS's need to approach tasks as critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and responsible leaders. Additionally, BSS's are expected to maintain accurate records, complete computer data entry tasks, assist with room selection and assignments, organize filing systems, speak confidently and comfortably, and collaborate with other HRL staff.
Community Assistant (Summer Housing)
The summer Community Assistants (CA's) are collectively responsible for all summer residents (approximately 100-200 students total) who reside on campus in our housing summer residence hall. CA's contribute to the greater mission of SCU by helping to build an inclusive community and by caring for each individual on their hall. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: performing resident check-ins and check-outs, communicating maintenance requests, enforcing the Student Conduct Code, providing programming, as well as administering general SCU Residence Hall procedures. Additionally, this position requires that students work well under pressure and have well developed interpersonal communication skills.
Community Facilitators (CFs) are residential peer educators who serve as student members of Leadership Teams in Residential Learning Communities (RLC). The CF position has been designed to support the University Strategic Plan and the Jesuit philosophy for integrated education. CFs contribute to the development of a community of scholars in their respective RLCs by assisting the academic and personal development of residents, and by promoting and supporting an inclusive environment in which differences are thoughtfully explored. Additionally, CFs are expected to know and uphold University policies and community standards, work collaboratively to build community, be available to mentor students, and encourage responsible citizenship in the RLC and on the SCU campus.
Neighborhood Representatives (NRs) are residential peer leaders who serve as student members of the staff team and work closely under the direction of the Area Coordinator and Assistant Area Coordinators. The NR position has been designed to support community development and to provide an upper-class student presence to liaison between the students in their respective building and the community staff. NRs contribute to the development of a community of scholars in their respective buildings through assisting with the personal development of residents, promoting and supporting an inclusive environment in which differences are thoughtfully explored and working collaboratively to build community. Additionally, they are expected to know and uphold University policies and community standards and encourage responsible citizenship in the community by modeling such.
Orientation Leaders work with a broad range of students, staff, and faculty on projects and programs related to freshmen and transfer student Orientation and Welcome Weekend to create a cohesive experience for new students and their families. Orientation Leaders act as an ambassador for Santa Clara University by actively promoting and supporting the mission and values at all times; Serve as a guide, mentor, and role model to new students; Welcome and communicate community expectations and values to new students, parents, and their families; Assist with all programs associated with Summer Orientation, Transfer Orientation, and Welcome Weekend; Serve as a Community Facilitator during Summer Orientation sessions.
RLCA Executive Board Member
The Residential Learning Community Association (RLCA) Executive Council is a group of eight thriving and outstanding leaders, both in academics and in the community. Each of the eight members lives within and represents one of the eight Residential Learning Communities on our campus. As a member of RLCA's Executive Council, you will have the opportunity to enhance the on-campus living experience, get to know and grow with the other members of your council, thrive as a leader, and show your creativity through the planning of events. RLCA's main focus is to develop the community by planning school-wide events and creating friendly competition between the RLCs. Past programs include The Roommate Challenge, Dodgeball, Midnight Breakfast, and Mr. RLC.
YouLead Info Sessions
Info sessions are for all positions. Those who attend will have an opportunity to learn more about the positions and ask questions. Attendance is highly recommended, but not mandatory. All applicants are welcome to attend any of the below sessions based on availability.
|Thursday, December 5, 2013
|6:00pm - 8:00pm
|Wednesday, January 8, 2014
||7:00pm - 9:00pm
|Monday, January 13, 2014
||7:00pm - 9:00pm