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

Residential Education Board (Community Programming)

The Residential Education Board is responsible for assessing the needs of all four undergraduate housing communities (Arroyo Vista, Campus Village, Mesa Court and Middle Earth) and developing a variety of education programs to address these needs. The Residential Education Board will be comprised of 12 student staff positions: 1 Programs Advisor, 1 Programs Coordinator and 10 Community Programmers.

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The Community Programmers (CPs) 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 communities, based on an assessment of the communities’ needs.

Community Programmer Job Description

April 7th
11:59 p.m.

The Community Programmers of Leadership are specialized Community Programmers that work cooperatively with each other, under the guidance of the Student Development Coordinator and the Residential Life Team, to develop, implement, and market co-curricular opportunities with the goal of strengthening the overall development of Student Housing residents across all four undergraduate housing communities—to help them empower themselves at individual, community and global levels. These opportunities include the First Year Leadership Institute (FYLI) and other educational offerings.

Community Programmer of Leadership Job Description

April 7th
11:59 p.m.

GUSH Executive Boards

GUSH, Government of Undergraduate Student Housing, is comprised of an Executive Board and members from the four undergraduate community councils. It provides a governmental structure as well as an informal forum for open communication between students and the university and serves as a liaison between Student Housing and residents of the four undergraduate housing communities on important student issues pertaining to living on campus. For more information, visit the GUSH Website.

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The GUSH Executive Board is composed of five paid positions: President, Vice President, Financial Chair, National Communications Coordinator, and Public Relations Chair. Board members are elected by undergraduate residents in Student Housing after candidates have been approved through an application process.

GUSH Exec Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

Individual Community Listings

Arroyo Vista

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Directly supervised by the Associate Director of Residence Life at Arroyo Vista Housing, the AV Residence Life Student Assistant will work cooperatively with the Arroyo Vista Professional Staff during the academic year on various administrative tasks, front desk assistance when needed, various Residence Life assigned projects as well as some programmatic support. Please review the job description for more detailed information.

AV Residence Life Assistant Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

The Summer Resident Advisor (SRA) is a live-in para-professional member of the Residence Life Staff 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 move. Please contact Hector Limon at limonh@uci.edu with any questions.

AV SRA Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

Campus Village

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The responsibilities of a Community Assistant are centered around supporting the customer service and clerical duties for the Housing Office and Community Center. CAs receive training on a variety of topics, including customer service, online systems, and teamwork while also serving as a campus representative for individuals staying on campus. They staff and operate the front desks and community center convenience store; perform resident check in and check out; cash collections, control, and deposit; key control; guest information services and perform a variety of other administrative services.

CV Community Assistant Job Description

April 7th
11:59 p.m.

The Student Maintenance Lead is responsible for assisting with maintaining the Campus Village Public Buildings and Apartments. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. The Lead must be able to supervise crews and work independently on a variety of tasks assigned by supervisor.

CVStudent Maintenance Lead Job Description

April 7th
11:59 p.m.

Mesa Court

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The Mesa Court Center Attendants are responsible for providing general information about Mesa Court, and assisting with the overall operation of the Community Center, Malroom, and the Housing Office.

MC Center Attendant Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

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

MC Sierra Curriculum Coordinator Job Description

April 6th
11:59 p.m.

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

MC Sierra Programmer Job Description

April 10th
11:59 p.m.

Middle Earth

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Join the Middle Earth ACE Team (Academic and Community Excellence Programmers). In our ongoing commitment to supporting the University’s mission for student success we are hiring our first ever team of programmers to help provide/manage group and individual tutoring services, assist residents in learning strategies for better note taking, text reading, test preparation, and time/course management, and use tools to guide those seeking to find their academic passion.

ME ACE Programmer job description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

The Community Assistants (CAs) are live-in student staff members whose primary responsibility is working with the Resident Advisor (RA) and Residence Life Coordinator, to assess the needs of a specific residence hall within the Middle Earth community and to assist in providing program support and services to address those needs. The following job description outlines the functions of the Community Assistant position.

ME Community Assistant Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

The Middle Earth Attendants (MEAs) are responsible for providing general information about Middle Earth, and assisting with the overall operation of the Housing Office, Brandywine Student Center, and Helm’s Deep. Responsibilities include, assisting with the reservation process of rooms and the provision of audiovisual and other recreational and programmatic equipment, forwarding and distributing mail, ensuring the smooth operation of the housing office, as well as the Brandywine Student Center and Helm’s Deep fitness center. This includes monitoring use, keys and equipment, providing excellent customer service to Middle Earth residents and guests in the community, assisting with the overall maintenance and upkeep of the Centers, and assisting in the completion of various tasks and projects in support of the professional staff of Middle Earth. All Attendants are expected to work their assigned shifts on weekdays, weeknights, and weekends as well as those during finals weeks and on holidays. Attendants will be expected to meet with the Center Managers and/or their Professional Staff Supervisors as needed, and will be expected to participate in mandatory monthly staff meetings and quarterly staff development trainings.

ME Attendant Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

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. The MTA will have access to confidential files and must sign a confidentially agreement. Ideally, the MTA works 2-3 hours per day but not more than the 19.5 maximum per week that are allowed by University policy. The schedule is very flexible and the supervisor works with the MTA to find work hours that are to everyone’s benefit. Work hours will usually occur during regular business hours (Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.), but some evening and weekend hours will be required such as during Move-in and Move-out.

ME MTA Job Description

April 5th
11:59 p.m.

Housing Administrative Services

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Student Housing Advisors (SHAs) work directly in a front-line customer service capacity by staffing the Housing Administrative Services reception desk and serving as primary point of contact for all visitors. Additionally, this position interact with prospective students and parents by leading housing tours throughout the summer and school year.

HAS Student Housing Advisor Job Description and Application

April 9th
5:00 p.m.

Community Council Executive Boards

The Community Councils/Student Associations serve as the respective student governments for Arroyo Vista, Campus Village, Mesa Court, and Middle Earth. These Executive Board positions provide the opportunity for students to serve in a leadership capacity in the community, focus on advocacy to address resident needs, serve as members of the Government of Undergraduate Student Housing (GUSH), and develop community-wide programs.

There is one central Application to apply to any Community Council position in Arroyo Vista, Campus Village, Mesa Court, and Middle Earth. Please review the position descriptions to determine which positions may be right for you!

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AV

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 liaisons between AV residents and the housing office, serve as members of the Government of Undergraduate Student Housing (GUSH), and develop community-wide programs.

AVSC Executive Board Positions:

  • President
  • Council Manager
  • Community Service and Sustainability Chair
  • Community Development Chair
  • Diversity and Wellness Chair

AVSC Exec Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
11:59 p.m.
CV

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.

CVSA Executive Board Positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Outreach Chair

CVSA Exec Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
11:59 p.m.
MC

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.

MCC Executive Board Positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Advocacy and Activities Chair
  • Marketing and Communications Chair
  • Community Service and Outreach Chair

MCC Exec Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
11:59 p.m.
ME

The Middle Earth Community Council (MECC) Executive Board works closely with ME professional staff, Community Council members, and Community Programmers, to promote community living through advocacy, programming, and communication. Responsibilities include working with hall officers, community service programming, and regular "Coffee House" programs. The President also meets with the BSC Manager and the CP staff weekly to discuss current trends within the Middle Earth community.

MECC Executive Board Positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Events Chair
  • Outreach Chair

MECC Exec Board Job Descriptions

April 5th
11:59 p.m.