Residence Life Staff Recruitment
Residence Life is excited to announce our recruitment for our student staff positions within our department. Residence Life employs student works as Resident Assistants (High School and Main Campus), Office Assistants (High School), Tutors (High School), and Drivers (High School). All interested students are required to attend an information session in order to learn more about process and to obtain an application. Come be a part of a fun team as We Help Others Take Flight. Questions regarding this process can be directed to the Assistant Director of Residence Life, J.R. Chiodo-Benmuvhar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missed an Information Session?
Schedule a time to meet with Mr. Chiodo-Benmuvhar in order to discuss the position and receive an application. He can be reached at 210-883-1996 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Please remember that applications are due March 1st.
Group Process (required for all participants): Saturday March 3rd in the SEC 8:30am-12:00 pm
Individual Interview (required for all participants): Saturday March 3rd in the SEC 1:00 pm-5:00 pm (30 minute time slots)
Resident Assistant (RAs)
Resident Assistants serve as the primarily resource for the 1200 students who reside on campus at both UIW and Madeleine Hall (IWHS/STA Residence Life). RAs develop strong, lasting relationships with their students and help them connect with each other and the UIW campus. RAs perform nightly rounds when they are on call, work in one of our three offices, and work in their halls during designated times. RAs also are responsible for bringing their residents to different events around campus and serve as a mediator to assist in the resolution of roommate conflicts. RAs are mandated reported and serve as CSAs.
Office Assistant (OAs)
Office Assistants work at Madeleine Hall to welcome students when they return from class, assist with any needs they might have, and represent the department until staff report for duty. Office assistants support the administrative staff through a variety of clerical and creative duties such as filing and managing files, developing advertisements, checking on students, and answering a variety of questions that come through the office.
High school students who live in Madeleine Hall are required to attend tutoring sessions based on their classroom grades. Content includes math, history, religion, sciences, and english. Tutors are required to have a 3.0 GPA in the coursework they would be tutoring. Tutoring hours are set from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm Sunday through Thursday during the academic year.
The Residence Life program at Madeleine Hall utilizes drivers to assist with transporting high school students to various commitments, ranging from testing sites, various shopping areas, to friends houses and sporting events. Drivers must be 21 years or older and be able to be covered under the university's insurance. Drives occur generally weekdays after school and on weekends.