The Resident Counselor is a temporary part-time summer staff member of the Residence Life Programs and Housing department of UNCSA. They are responsible for the general supervision and management of a residential area housing 16-40 junior high and high school students. Resident Counselors must be responsible, respected, excellent role models and have good time management and interpersonal skills. As well as role modeling, Resident Counselors provide social programming for their community and are responsible for decorating and preparing the halls for the students’ arrivals and for designing informative and entertaining bulletin boards during the summer session.
Resident Counselors will also be responsible for completing collaborative weekday and weekend programming for all residential students. In addition, Resident Counselors work office shifts in which they are responsible for answering phones, providing excellent customer service for students, parents, and visitors, signing student’s permission forms for leaving campus and various other administrative tasks. The Resident Counselor position is a 5 or 6-week, live-in position beginning June 17, 2014 and ending on July 27, 2014. Some RC’s will only be employed from June 17, 2014 to July 20, 2014 if they are working for 5 weeks.
The role of the Summer Events Staff is to provide appropriate supervision and support for all programs, activities, events, and off-campus trips for students attending UNCSA’s Summer Session Program. The Event Staff position is a 6-week, live-on position beginning June 17, 2014 and ending on July 27, 2014.
The Summer Maintenance Assistant is a temporary part-time summer staff member of the Residence Life Programs and Housing department of UNCSA. The job is extremely busy prior to the opening of summer session. The Summer Maintenance Assistant position is a 16-week, live-off position beginning May 12, 2014 and ending on August 22, 2014.
- Perform preparatory work for maintenance activities, including gathering
equipment, materials and supplies, loading and unloading materials, and laying out
materials and equipment for projects.
- Perform a variety of routine physical labor tasks, depending upon area of assignment, including posting general notices, picking up litter and debris, painting
curbs, painting walls, replacing light bulbs, emptying trash bins and performing minor
- Perform cleanup at the end of the day or when the job is completed, including picking up tools, spills, and debris, cleaning work areas and performing touch-up
work as needed.
- May operate a vehicle for pickup and delivery duties.
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