Male Hale Mentor/Resident Adviser (Spring 2021)

Job description

Job location: BYU–Hawaii

Employment Type: Part-time
Posted data: 2021-03-02
Req: R0014284
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Job Description

Resident Advisers at BYU-Hawaii play a key role as student leaders for our on campus residents. Responsibilities include: program development, organizing events, mediating conflict, serving our students, creating a safe and inclusive living environment and maintaining cleanliness in the Hales.

Required work dates for Spring Semester April 21st 2021 to July 1st 2021. Black out dates are mandatory working days and may be applicable.

We are looking for candidates that have the ability to problem solve, contribute to a team, resolve conflict, document thoroughly and communicate effectively.

RA's are responsible for leading programs each semester, within committees, that are in alignment with the Residential Life Programming Model to support learning and growth with in the Residential Life environment. RA's are expected to work between 17-19 hours.

RA's are also responsible for the health, safety and well-being of residents in the dorm. Duties include maintaining cleanliness of the interior and exterior of the Hale's, performing clean checks, teaching and training students about cleaning. RA's respond to emergencies in the Hale's that including medical or emotional emergencies.

The Residential Life office requires RA's to attend a mandatory leadership training class that is held weekly in addition to team meetings and one on one meetings with your Hale Coordinators.

RA's contract schedules begin approximately 1 week prior to the beginning of each semester and end approximately 1 week after the end of the semester. Fall Semester RA's are required to begin work approximately 3 weeks prior to when the semester begins.

RA's receive a housing stipend that increases with experience and are considered student leaders on campus. As such you are expected to represent the honor code at all times and maintain a minimum of a 2.5 GPA

University housing facility environment.

Allocated Hale Space to live in.

Adapted to be virtual during COVID 19. Responsible for supporting students who may need isolating during Pandemic

Work Location

In Person, Required to live in the Hales.




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Job No:
Posted: 3/4/2021
Application Due: 4/28/2021
Work Type: Full Time