Students

Interested in working for Residential Education?

Positions Available during the Summer:


Summer Conference Assistant

Basic Job Description:
  • Assist Residential Education and External Programs with Conferences.
  • Share an On-Duty Rotation for any off-hour Conference issues.
  • Work with conference participants and staff to ensure the best possible operation of physical facilities for each guest.
  • Work in the External Programs Office (tasks range from office work to working as a one day camp counselor for kids).
  • Reports to the Summer Resident Director for Conferences.
  • May be asked to work as a Desk Attendant at various points.
Time Commitment:
  • Length of Contract: May 24th- August 13, 2014 (Optional Free Housing from May 15th working as a Desk Attendant)
  • Conference Assistant Training Day: May 24th
  • Maintain a schedule of 28 hours a week working for Residential Education and External Programs.
  • Weekly staff meetings
  • Assist during Summer Move-in and Move-out dates
Compensation:
  • A Room in Towers Hall
  • $8 an hour for 28 hours a week.

Summer Desk Attendant

Basic Job Description:
  • Have a positive attitude, provide excellent customer service, and be punctual to all deadlines.
  • Report any maintenance and housekeeping concerns.
  • Work collaboratively with Summer Resident Assistant staff.
  • Contribute to a peaceful atmosphere in the building.
Time Commitment:
  • Must be available to work for the entire duration of employment with brief vacations pre-approved by supervisor. Dates of Employment: May 15, 2014- August 30, 2014
  • Work 15-20 Hours a week, amount varies per week via discretion of the supervisor.
  • May include weekend shifts.
Compensation:
  • A room in Towers Hall.

Summer Resident Assistant

Please Note: This position is only available to current Student Staff members and hired student staff for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Basic Job Description:
  • Ensure safety and security through participation in an on-call duty rotation.
  • Serve as a resource to residents and provide important information when necessary.
  • Work with students and staff to ensure the best possible operation of physical facilities.
  • Support Office of Residential Education by assisting with various projects including but not limited to summer training and administrative tasks.
  • Reports to the Summer Housing Resident Director
Time Commitment:
  • Length of Contract: May 24- August 13, 2014
  • Welcome Event & First Staff Meeting: Monday, May 19th @ 9pm
  • Maintain 6 office hours a week agreed upon at the beginning of the summer
  • Bi-weekly staff meetings
  • Assist during Summer Move-in and Move-out dates
Compensation:
  • Single Room in Towers Hall
  • Basic Meal Plan

Summer Office Assistant

Basic Job Description:
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Develop a positive attitude, work experience and support fellow staff members
  • Meet deadlines on projects and be punctual to office hours
  • Take initiative on daily tasks and projects
  • Work collaboratively with Director, Assistant  Director, Senior Staff, Summer Conference Staff and Summer Resident Assistants
  • Maintain and complete other tasks as assigned
  • Report to Administrative Assistant of Residential Education Office
Time Commitment:
  • Maintain 20 hours per week, only two shifts available : Monday through Friday 9:00am to 1:00p, Monday through Friday 12:00noon to 4:00pm
  • Training on May 16th  at 10am in the Office of Residential Education
Compensation:
  • A room in Towers Hall

Apply to be a Summer Conference Assistant or Desk Attendant

 

Apply to be a Summer Resident Assistant

 

Apply to be an Office Assistant

 

Positions Available during the Academic Year:

Thank you for your interest, at this time we are no longer accepting applications for positions available during the academic year.


Resident Assistant

Basic Job Description:
  1. Facilitate the development of an inclusive community on floor assigned.
  2. Plan and implement programs that uphold the Department’s mission and goals.
  3. Establishes relationships with all residents of the floor and demonstrates availability and approachability to residents.
  4. Respond to emergency and crisis situations.
  5. Serve on an on-call duty rotation.
  6. Participates in weekly staff meetings (Mondays at 9pm), Summer Training (August 10, 2014-August 25, 2014), Winter Training (January 14, 2015- January 19, 2015), and other departmental functions.
  7. Serve as a role model and representative of Wagner College both on and off campus.
Requirements:
  • Full-time student status
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
  • Good judicial standing with the College
  • Understanding and appreciation of the mission of Residential Education
Eligibility:
  • All rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.
  • All applicants must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA and also be in good disciplinary standing with the College.
Compensation:
  • A single room
  • A basic meal plan

Residential Peer Edcuator

Basic Job Description:
  • —Support Resident Assistant in the development of the floor community
  • —Mediate situations among residents
  • —Plan and implement building-wide programs
  • Promote and support the mission of Residential Education
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings (Mondays at 9pm), Summer Training (August 10, 2014-August 25, 2014), Winter Training (January 14, 2015- January 19, 2015), and other departmental functions.
  • Serve as a role model and representative of Wagner College both on and off campus.
Requirements:
  • Full-time student status
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
  • Good judicial standing with the College
  • Understanding and appreciation of the mission of Residential Education
Eligibility:
  • All rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.
  • All applicants must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA and also be in good disciplinary standing with the College.
Compensation:
  • A single room at a discounted rate
  • A basic meal plan
 

Desk Attendant

Description:
It is the responsibility of the DA to ensure an enthusiastic, inclusive, safe and welcoming environment for all residents and guests of the assigned community. The DAs are responsible for ensuring a secure community, by allowing building access only to residents and their properly signed in guests. The DA is expected to act as a representative of the department and to utilize proper service etiquette when addressing the needs of all residents, staff members, and guests within the Wagner College Campus Community. If interested in a position for the upcoming academic year please contact resedfrontdesk@wagner.edu
 
Requirements:
  • College Work Study (CWS) eligible students preferred.
  • Know and understand the Wagner College policies and procedures present within the official student handbook and on the Wagner Residential Education website.
  • Know and understand all front desk operations, policies, and procedures. Be confident in your ability to execute them.
  • Be respectful and courteous towards all students, staff, and visitors of the college.
  • Maintain familiarity with all information present at the front desk, including the official DA binders/digital files, and notes left from fellow DAs or other ResEd staff.
  • Complete all paperwork and time sheets by their designated due dates.
  • Report to work when scheduled – follow the substitution policy when you cannot.
 
Compensation:
  • $8.00/hr