Working in Residence can turn out to be one of the best experiences you'll ever have. Not only will you have a lot of fun, but you will also gain many valuable skills to add to your resume. Recruitment for student employment starts around January of each year and continues throughout the year.
Experiences You Can Get
- Organization and time management
- Learn to be a team player
- Customer Service
- Liase with various representatives and departments across campus
- Balance a changing work schedule
- Learn to speak with group organizers and customers
- Gain confidence in your work and skills
- Problem Solving Skills
- How to conduct yourself in a professional environment
- Meet and work with a wide range of people and groups
- Computer Skills
- Decision Making Responsibilities
CCIC Grad Area Coordinator (AC)
Deadline to Apply: Monday, July 2nd, 2018 11:59PM
The Area Coordinator (AC) is a part-time, live-in student leadership position within the department of Residence & Housing living at the SFU Residences at the Charles Chang Innovation Centre (CCIC). This position is essential to the development of a positive community and learning experience for residents. The AC provides a high level of support to the residence community and a team of Community Advisors.
Fall Welcome Team Leader
Deadline to Apply:
The Team Leader (TL) supports the transition of new students to living in SFU Residence by working with the Residence and Housing department to assist with Residence Move-in Day and support the implementation of Residence Week of Welcome events and programs.
Positions currently under review:
- Programming Assistant
- International Programming Assistant
About Student Conference Coordinators
Being a Student Conference Coordinator is about working with your team to plan for and organize conference groups. It’s about providing exceptional customer service. It’s about responding to and following up with the concerns and questions of conference groups, ensuring that the check-in and check-out process is well planned and runs smoothly. It’s about doing what needs to be done: attending meetings, entering data, packaging keys, inspecting facilities. It’s about being on-call to ensure our guests are looked after even when the office is closed. It’s about playing an active role in organizing conference groups and getting real life work experience; gaining new skills and developing the ones you already have.
About Community Advisors
Being part of the ResLife team is about working with your residents to develop a vibrant, exciting place for students
It's about playing an active role in what your peers learn about their university experience. It's also about having a good time, and making sure you take the time to enjoy yourself and laugh. More than anything else though, it's about you -- about taking the initiative to step up and lead your peers and work with them to make their Residence experience the best ever. And in turn this will be an outstanding experience for you!