Services & Staff
Residential and Dining Services is one of the largest employers of students on campus.
Seasonal custodial staff are hired at the beginning of fall quarter and again in spring quarter for the end-of-year clean-up. Positions typically open up throughout the school year. Download an application here and return it to the Facilities office located in the Mods.
Resident Assistants for the following year are hired at the beginning of spring quarter.
Positions are posted online at Student Employment as they become available and non-seasonal hiring happens throughout the year.
We are also currently hiring for June Clean Up. Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2013. Click here to download an application and return it in-person to the Mod Shop, located in modular housing.
Click on a job title to the left to learn more.
Student custodial workers provide a wide range of cleaning services from routine cleaning of public areas to cleaning rooms at the end of each quarter. Work crew members also have the opportunity to learn grounds work, basic auxiliary, and basic maintenance. Housing provides ongoing training for custodians. Experience in cleaning is preferred but not required.
Front Office Assistant
This position provides clerical and receptionist support in the Residential and Dining Services Office. Applicants should have strong administrative skills including word processing, filing and updating and maintaining records. Customer service skills with attention to detail and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to remain professional and pleasant, particularly in high stress situations, are desirable. Experience in office/reception work is preferred but not required.
The grounds staff provides year-round maintenance to all of Housing's grounds. They operate a variety of power and hand tools and work in all weather conditions. Grounds staff work closely with our Sustainability crew to design and implement innovative projects to make Housing greener. Experience with grounds maintenance is preferred but not required.
The linen staff provides year-round linen services (washing, folding, exchanges) for the EF student program as well as full linen services for the summer conference guests. They operate and maintain the linen room, including washer and dryer. Residential and Dining Services provides ongoing training for folding, stacking, linen room and exchange procedures.
Student maintenance workers provide a wide range of repair services from replacing light bulbs to renovation projects. Housing provides ongoing training in drywall repair, basic electrical repairs, plumbing, appliance repair and heating/ventilation systems. Student maintenance workers also perform building remodels year-round. Experience in any of the building or repair trades is preferred but not required.
The principal goal of the live-in Resident Assistant is to aid in building a healthy residential community, defined as an environment that fosters healthy lifestyle choices by its members, respect for individual values and beliefs, a sense of belonging and a focus on academic success.
Resident Assistants answer questions about Rental Contracts, facilitate roommate meetings and make referrals for residents who may be experiencing academic, personal or emotional challenges. Resident Assistants provide educational, cultural and social activities while serving as role models in the Residential community.
Resident Assistants confront and document policy violations, provide walkthroughs and respond to all emergencies in housing. Experience with student leadership, camp or human services is preferred but not required. Click here to meet your RAs!
The live-in Resident Maintenance positions provide emergency maintenance services during evenings and weekends. Experience in any of the building or repair trades is preferred but not required. Click Here to meet your RMs!
ResTechs or Residential Technologists provide support for staff and resident computers, maintain the Internet connection in housing, and assist with cable and phone services. ResTechs maintain ResNet, a resident-centered web site. Programming experience is preferred; a strong working knowledge of computers, desire to learn, and self motivation is required.