Student Learning and Engagement Graduate
Job no: 505899
Work type: Student Ast
Location: Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Categories: Student Affairs/Services
Department:07010000 - HO-HOUSING-GENERAL
STU AST-NON-CLERICAL & ADMIN
Living Learning Communities, Training/Recruitment, and Programming/Leadership Responsibilities:
- Coordinate residential curriculum for 6-7 living learning communities.
- Provide support for the advisor-in-residence program.
- Collaborate to support marketing for living-learning communities.
- Co-lead the student staff member recruitment and selection team to recruit quality candidates.
- Coordinate marketing for student staff member recruitment.
- Coordinate the interview process for approximately 300 candidates.
- Co-lead the student staff member training team towards providing a comprehensive training experience.
- Develop and implement training experiences for student staff members.
- Assist in advising a Department of Housing student organization. Provide support and information to the executive board and members of the organization.
- Coordinate the an administrative process (e.g., recruitment and selection, student staff training) or assist with advising Department of Housing student organizations.
- Communicate with professional staff members, student staff members, and candidates in a professional and timely manner.
- Attend and lead meetings including, but not limited to Student Learning & Engagement staff meeting, individual meetings with supervisor, living learning community stakeholder meetings, Resident Assistant Selection Team, Training Team, and student organizations.
- Maintain 20 office hours a week in the Residence Education, Student Learning, and Engagement Office.
- Follow Department of Housing and Residence Education protocols.
The Student Learning and Engagement Graduate is paid a $485.00 bi-weekly stipend from approximately the beginning of August through the beginning of May (excluding winter break).In addition to salary, a $300.00 per semester (fall and spring only) declining balance for meal plan is provided. An on-campus apartment, fully furnished with all utilities, is provided. Remuneration does not include tuition. Out-of-state fee waivers are sometimes available, but are NOT guaranteed (see information on our employment website).
• Must be enrolled as a full-time graduate student in good standing as defined by the University or specific college at the time of actual employment.
• Must be able to work at least 20 hours/week.
• Be able to work effectively with the University population (staff, students, parents, etc.).
• Demonstrate a sense of job responsibility and maturity.
• Show evidence of leadership skills.
• Show evidence of good time management skills.
- Preference is given to candidates who have residence hall supervisory experience and/or who are majoring in student personnel, counseling, guidance, or administration in higher education.
|Special Instructions to Applicants:
In order to be considered, the applicant must upload a resume and complete the supplemental questions at the following link: Supplemental Questions
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
|Health Assessment Required:
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Applications close: Eastern Daylight Time
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