Student Housing is accepting applications for the following student staff positions. Click on job titles for details, and please note application deadlines listed.

Student Housing Sustainability

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UCI Housing Move-Out Donation Drive Attendants will help to service in-hall donation bins in the four undergraduate housing communities--Mesa Court, Middle Earth, Arroyo Vista, and Campus Village--in cooperation with our community partners: Goodwill Industries, American Textile Recycling Services, and FRESH Basic Needs Hub. Staff will help deploy, maintain, and regularly check and empty donation bins. Staff will additionally promote the donation drive program, place signage, and share information with residents. More information here.

Move-Out Donation Drive Attendant Job Description

April 11th
11:59 p.m.

The GSRC Office Coordinator will manage daily operations of the Global Sustainability Resource Center, administer Center communications, as well as place, train, and oversee GSRC and Student Housing Sustainability Interns.

GSRC Office Coordinator Job Description

April 11th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The EarthReps Coordinator oversees the recruitment, training, and outreach planning of students as Earth Representatives. EarthReps is a student training and community building internship for undergraduate on-campus residents offering education, skills, and hands-on experiences broadly related to sustainability.

GSRC EarthReps Job Description

April 11th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Sustainability Undergraduate Residence Life Programmer will manage or provide support to specific projects that serve campus residents, residence life student staff, and residential community representative bodies. The programmer will work to design, promote, implement, and evaluate sustainability initiatives throughout the Housing Department. The Sustainability Programmer will be a representative to the Resident Housing Association (RHA).

GSRC Residence Life Undergraduate Programmer Job Description

April 11th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Individual Community Listings

Arroyo Vista

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The Arroyo Vista Student Council (AVSC) is a student government for the Arroyo Vista community. The Executive Board provides the opportunity for students to serve in a leadership capacity in the community, act as a liaison between AV residents and the Housing Office, serve as members of the Resident Housing Association, and develop community-wide programs.

AVSC Executive Board Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Program Assistant will work with the resident advisor and Residence Life Coordinator to assess the needs of a specific house(s) within the Arroyo Vista community and to assist in providing program support and services to address those needs.

AV Program Assistant Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Residence Life Student Assistant will work cooperatively with the Arroyo Vista professional staff during the academic year on various administrative tasks, social media account, marketing management, various Residence Life assigned projects, programmatic support, and front desk assistant when needed.

AV Residence Life Assistant Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Summer Resident Advisor is a live-in student staff member with the primary responsibilities of community development, advising residents, mediating conflicts, performing on-call duty responsibilities, assisting with AV summer projects, performing administrative tasks, and checking-in/out residents. The SRA will move in in June and move out in September.

AV Summer Resident Advisor Job Description

April 12th
11:59 p.m.

Campus Village

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Campus Village Community Assistants are responsible for creating a vibrant and safe environment at the Community Center (CC) and the CV Housing Office, while managing the information/service desks, the fitness center, and computer lab. Community Assistants rotate shifts between the two desks in the housing office and community center. Successful candidates must have the ability to answer phones, file, type, copy, and work independently.

April 3rd
11:59 p.m.

The Campus Village Student Association (CVSA) Executive Board serves as an advocacy group to address residents’ needs, provide quality community-building and service programs, and work cooperatively with the Residential Life professional and student staff teams to create an environment that respects the rights of others and promotes consideration of individual needs within a diverse housing community. The CVSA Executive Board positions include President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Outreach Coordinator.

CVSA Executive Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Middle Earth

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The Middle Earth Attendants are responsible for providing general information about Middle Earth, and assisting with the overall operation of the Housing Office, and the Middle Earth Mailroom. Responsibilities include, assist with the reservation process of rooms and other recreational and programmatic equipment, mail processing, administrative support at the Middle Earth housing office.

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

This is an 11-12 month position that runs from July 2019 to June 2020. The Management Team Assistant (MTA) works cooperatively with the Middle Earth professional staff and is directly supervised by the Business Manager. The MTA assists Middle Earth in a variety of projects in Residence Life, Operations and Business & Finance.

Middle Earth Management Team Assistant Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Residence Life Assistant (RLA) will work collaboratively with the Middle Earth Residential Life Team & student staff to complete administrative tasks and enhance different processes that occur yearly within the complex including but not limited to large scale programming (i.e. construction mitigation, Celebrate UCI), management of program resources and inventory, and creating marketing materials. The successful candidate should have strong communication and leadership skills, the ability to think creatively, the ability to work independently, and strong organizational and planning skills.

Middle Earth Residence Life Assistant Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Student Coordinator of Community Development & Academic Outreach will work collaboratively with the Middle Earth Residential Life Team to assess the needs of the Middle Earth community and facilitate the development of complex-wide initiatives to address these needs. The Student Coordinator will also work with the Academic & Community Excellence (ACE) programmers to provide academic support to the Middle Earth community. This position will also work with Middle Earth staff to enhance different processes that occur yearly within the complex such as Fellowship Programs, Celebrate UCI, Spring Tours, and manage the student staff space and supplies.

Middle Earth Student Coordinator-Community Development & Academic Outreach Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Student Coordinator of Leadership will work collaboratively with the Middle Earth Residential Life Team to assess the needs of the Middle Earth community and to facilitate the development of complex-wide programs to address these needs such as PAIR and Spring Fling. The Student Coordinator of Leadership will also work closely with Community Council to mentor and build strong relationships. This position will also work with Middle Earth staff to enhance different processes that occur yearly within the complex within the complex such as Celebrate UCI and Spring Tours.

Middle Earth Student Coordinator-Student Staff Leadership Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

In our ongoing commitment to supporting the University’s mission for student success, we are hiring a team of programmers to support residents’ academic development and success at UCI. Based on residents’ academic needs, ACE Programmers will create and implement programs and outreach methods that will assist residents in learning strategies, study skills, and finding their academic interests.

Middle Earth ACE Programmer Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Middle Earth Community Council (MECC) Executive Board works closely with ME professional staff, Community Council members, and Middle Earth student staff to promote community living through advocacy, programming, and communication. Responsibilities include working with hall officers and implementing community-wide programs. MECC Executive Board Positions include President, Vice President, Administrative and Finance Chair, Events Chair, and Outreach Chair.

MECC Exec Board Job Description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Mesa Court

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The Mesa Court Residential Support Services Student Coordinator will work cooperatively with the Mesa Court Residential Life professional staff in the development and dissemination of resources to enhance the Residential Life experience within Mesa Court.

Mesa Court Residential Support Services Student Coordinator job description

March 24th
11:59 p.m.

In our ongoing commitment to supporting the University’s mission for student success, we are hiring a team of programmers to support residents’ academic development and success at UCI. Based on residents’ academic needs, ACE Programmers will create and implement programs and outreach methods that will assist residents in learning strategies, study skills, and finding their academic interests.

Mesa Court ACE Programmer job description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Mesa Court Council (MCC) provides programming, leadership development opportunities, and advocacy for the residents of Mesa Court. Executive Board members conduct weekly meetings to allow residents the opportunity to present issues of concern about residence hall living. The Exec Board team meets weekly with professional MC staff to plan and organize activities and events and to advocate for the residents. Mesa Court Council positions include President, Vice President, Advocacy Activities Chair, Marketing and Communications Chair, and Community Service and Outreach Chair.

Mesa Court Council job descriptions

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Academic & Community Excellence Student Manager will work collaboratively with the Academic and Community Excellence staff, First Year Initiatives Coordinator, and Mesa Court Residential Life Team to assess the needs of the Mesa Court community and to facilitate the development of programs to address these needs. The ACE Student Manager assists with training and supervising the Academic and Community Excellence staff.

Mesa Court ACE Student Managers job description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Mesa Court Council Student Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Mesa Court Council, First Year Initiatives Coordinator, and the Office Student Coordinator in updating the weekly newsletter, promoting community events, and assisting with special projects. The Student Coordinator will also gather relevant materials and programming resources for the Mesa Court student staff to assist them in their programming efforts.

Mesa Court Council Student Coordinator job description

April 5th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

The Sierra Curriculum Coordinator has a primary responsibility of helping in the development and implementation of the Sierra class curriculum, based on the Sierra Project philosophy and goals. This is done in collaboration with the Sierra Hall Resident Advisor, Sierra Programmers, and class instructors.

Mesa Court Sierra Curriculum Coordinator job description

April 12th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Sierra Programmers are a team of student leaders who provide support and guidance to the residents of Sierra Hall and to the students taking the weekly Sierra Class. Each programmer serves as a role model/mentor to the residents in the hall.

Mesa Court Sierra Programmer job description

April 16th
12:00 p.m. (noon)

Resident Housing Association (RHA)

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(5 positions) The RHA Executive Board serves as a liaison between Student Housing and residents in regards to the on campus living experience. The RHA Executive Board provides a forum for students to advocate for important resident issues and guides students through process of implementing impactful change in their community. The RHA Executive Board is composed of five positions: President, Vice President, Financial Chair, National Communications Coordinator, and National Residence Hall Honorary Chair.

Job Descriptions

RHA President              RHA Vice President          RHA Finance Chair

RHA National Communications Coordinator           RHA National Honorary Chair

April 7th
11:59 p.m. 

(6 positions) The RHA Programmers are staff members that comprise the Residence Housing Association Coordinating Board along with the Programs Advisor and Marketing Coordinator, whom sit on the Executive Board. The RHA Programmers work cooperatively with each other, under the guidance of the Programs Advisor, Student Development Coordinator, and the Residential Life teams, to implement and market community- and undergraduate housing-wide programs to residents of the four undergraduate housing communities, based on an assessment of the communities’ needs.

RHA Programmer Job Description

April 12th
11:59 p.m.

The Marketing Coordinator (MC) will work collaboratively with the Student Development Coordinator, Residence Housing Association Programmers and the Residential Life Teams to enhance difference processes that occur yearly within the housing complexes. This includes the development and implementation of programs and resources to strengthen the academic and community offerings available to residents. The MC will assist with designing all marketing materials for all RHA Advocacy initiatives and all RHA Programs, including weekly and signature events. They will update and oversee all social media platforms, oversee changes to the RHA Programmer Website and take and organize all photographs for RHA programs and initiatives. Additionally, the MC will collaborate with the Programs Advisor.

RHA Marketing Coordinator Job Description

April 12th
11:59 p.m. 

The Programs Advisor (PA) will work collaboratively with the Student Development Coordinator, Resident Housing Association, and the Residential Life teams to assess the needs of four undergraduate housing communities and to facilitate the development of programs to address these needs. The PA will oversee and facilitate the development of a strong Resident Housing Association and will supervise the RHA Programmers in the planning and implementation of programs.

RHA Programs Advisor Job Description

April 12th
11:59 p.m.