ALL PAID POSITIONS
RA's are full time students employed by the University who live and work in Residence. The position of Resident Assistant requires an individual who is self-motivated, capable of functioning independently and within a group, possess strong interpersonal and leadership skills and is willing to commit his or her efforts to the enhancement of Residence Life. RA's have front line responsibility for facilitating and enhancing the well being of the residents by acting as a friend. (full job description)
RA-A's are full time students employed by the University who live and work in Residence. RA-A's have front line responsibility for facilitating and enhancing the well being of the residents by acting as a friend/mentor/mediator/resource person for the entire Residence community. They help enforce the rules and regulations of residence in order to keep residence a safe and peaceful place that can be enjoyed by all residents. (full job description)
The Community Assistant (four positions available) is a student staff member with prior Residence Life experience who provides leadership and support to the Residence Life Team, provides programming support through an assigned project portfolio and provides support to their residence community in the areas of academic success and personal growth. (full job description)
Residence Desk Services Coordinator (RDC) is a student staff member whose primary responsibility is to provide support and leadership to the Desk Staff Team and help facilitate Residence Life events and special projects. (full job description)
Do you have prior experience with customer service? We're looking for energetic, organized students to work in residence. If you're friendly and outgoing and ready to join our team, apply now! You do not have to live in residence to be eligible for this position.
Do you LOVE Business! Want to use your brain to help first-year students master what you learned last year (or the year before)? We're looking for two academically inclined business people to mentor each of our two business floors. If you are outgoing, enjoy making connections with people, and have knowledge to share, apply now! (full job description)
Do you LOVE Engineering? Want to assist first-year engineeers with the tough concepts of first-year (which you have now mastered and are AWESOME at)? We are looking for two academically inclined engineers to mentor each of our two engineering floors. If you are passionate, enjoy making connections with people, and have knowledge to share, apply now! (full job description)
Do you LOVE HK? Want to help first-year HK students to excel in their first year (since you mastered it all in your first year)? We are looking for one academically inclined HK major to mentor our HK floor. If you are focused, enjoy making connections with people, and have knowledge to share, apply now! (full job description)
Do you LOVE Nursing? Want to give first-year nursing students the support they need to get through the hurdles of first year (because you totally rocked the OSCE's)? We are looking for one academically inclined nurse to mentor our nursing floor. If you are enthusiastic, enjoy making connections with people, and have knowledge to share, apply now! (full job description)
Do you love planning events? We are looking for a strong leader who wants to represent the students in residence and plan some pretty awesome events? Check our www.facebook.com/wirdsorirc for more details.
Do you love social media and website design? Do you want to represent the University of Windsor at conferences in Canada and the USA? Well then we want you to be our Director of External Affairs! Check out www.facebook.com/windsorirc for more details.
ALL VOLUNTEER POSITIONS
- Move-In Day Volunteers (http://fluidsurveys.uwindsor.ca/s/move-in-students/)
- Conduct Board Members
- Residence & Food Student Advisory Board Members
- Student Conduct Board Members: As a baord member you will be responsible for listening to students in residence who are found in violation of the Community Standards and decide what sanctions should be placed on them. Keep in mind that the Residence System does not mirror the Criminal Justice System. This is a great opportunity for those who are looking to be involved inlaw, education and/or social work.