Summer Positions

Summer Operations Assistant (SOA)

Summer Operations Assistants (SOA) perform a variety of duties during the summer break as our physical spaces are improved across campus. This position will challenge the abilities of the chosen candidates and offer them valuable business skills in communication and organization, as well as a basic understanding of facilities management. SOAs report to the Coordinator of Facilities and Operations while receiving leadership from a Facilities and Operations Intern.

This position requires approximately fifteen (15) hours each week of on-site work in addition to serving on the “On Call” rotation for Clairmont Campus. Site work should be expected to take place in any residential facility at Clairmont or central campus. The staff members on call respond to a variety of situations to assist the residents and facilities while the Clairmont office is closed. Staff members are typically on call once every two weeks, depending on the number of staff members.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Room Preparation

  • Identify cleanliness needs and assess damages
  • Note progress of work being performed by contractors and Campus Services
  • Create lists of facility needs
  • Submit work orders
  • Perform minor repairs (replacing light bulbs, changing shower curtains, etc.)
  • Moving furniture and/or equipment
  • Lock/unlock doors
  • Inventory and database management
  • Removing items from rooms

Guest Services

  • Serve on the “On Call” rotation for Clairmont Campus
  • Be aware and knowledgeable of guests on campus
  • Maintain professional appearance and atmosphere reflective of Emory University
  • Serve as a resource to guest and other staff members
  • Possess a sense of customer service for guests and visitors to campus

Team/Staff Member

  • Attend all weekly staff meetings
  • Attend and participate in all staff training and team development sessions
  • Adhere to all University Code of Conduct and Residence Life & Housing Policies
  • Assist with other team duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Emory or Oxford student in good academic and judicial standing
  • Able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment
  • Maintain at least a cumulative GPA of 2.75 if enrolled in summer course(s)
  • Possess an excellent customer service work ethic
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to perform physical labor/activities

IMPORTANT DATES AND REMUNERATION

  • Mandatory training will be Sunday, April 23rd from 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
  • Dates of employment are Wednesday, May 10, 2017 – Friday, August 18, 2017.
  • SOAs are allowed four (4) vacation days. These requests must be submitted in writing by Monday, June 5, 2017. Days not submitted will be voided by the SOA.
  • While employed, SOAs will share an apartment at Clairmont Campus with other staff members.
  • A stipend of $1,000.00, paid in four monthly installments.
  • Summer housing assignments will end with employment. At that time, staff will need to transition to their fall housing assignment or an off campus location.

Summer Operations Assistants are considered to be Residence Life and Housing staff members, not student employees, and no formal relationship exists between Summer Operations Assistant staff members and the University.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Applicants are to apply via the common job application for all summer employment opportunities. The deadline to apply is March 17th, 2017 at 5pm. Visit www.emory.edu/HOUSING/JOBS/apply.html for more information.

All other inquiries regarding this position may be directed to:

                  Amanda Voegel

                  Coordinator, Facilities and Operations

                  Housing Operations

                  E: amanda.voegel@emory.edu

Summer Resident Advisor

Resident Advisors in the Maymester program work full-time for the Maymester session. When the Maymester session ends, the RAs will continue serving as Resident Advisors for Summer School. There are spring and summer training commitments leading up to Maymester session. All positions include a generous stipend, a private, furnished residence room. Students are allowed to move directly from their current Residence Life & Housing assignment to their summer housing, and then directly from their summer housing to their fall assignment, therefore providing comprehensive housing for the summer.

All applicants must be current Emory resident advisors. All Maymester Resident Advisor summer travel plans must be pre-approved by the Complex Director.  
The Office of Residence Life and Housing will hire up to three (3) Summer Resident Advisors.

  • Applications due: Wednesday, March 16th, 2016
  • Interviews: March 17th-25th, 2016
  • Applicants notified: March 31st, 2016
  • Employment Dates: Friday, May 6th--Monday, August 8th, 2016

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with other staff members to accomplish the overall mission of the program by attending to the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of pre-college students; 
  • RA responsibilities include day, evening, and night commitments, although there are times when an RC is off-duty while students are in class, and RAs will have one day off a week; 
  • Attending mandatory weekly staff and team meetings to discuss student concerns and student programming; 
  • Assisting University Conferences as a desk worker 10-15 hours per week. This may include assisting with linen shifts, conferences check-ins, and other duties as assigned. 
  • Organize and lead weekly programs and activities for students, including evening programs and weekend events. Use creativity in designing activities that appeal to a diverse group of students. 
  • Work with Complex, Assistant Director, and Maymester administrators to establish appropriate methods of articulating program and academic expectations and enforcing program rules. 
  • Clearly articulate program and academic expectations and standards to students. 
  • Enforce Maymester program rules consistently and fairly. Follow up immediately on student behavior problems as directed during training. 
  • Performing daily customer service operations such as handling student check-in and check-out, explaining procedures, giving directions, and reporting specific needs/concerns of students. 
  • Providing a staff presence at various Maymester program functions taking place on campus. 
  • Responding to emergency maintenance requests by contacting the appropriate person(s). 
  • Preparing Maymester program housing prior to students' arrivals. 
  • Sharing on-call responsibilities with other Maymester program RAs and responding to emergencies. 
  • Attending mandartory training sessions during spring semester. 
  • Participating as a member of a staff team that will be composed of one Complex Director (CD) and 2-3 Resident Advisors (RAs). The RAs are responsible for sharing ideas, problems, concerns, and suggestions for possible improvements with the CD in addition to helping and supporting fellow staff team members.
  • Being helpful, friendly, and willing to assist Maymester and summer school students in any way possible 
  • Monitoring the physical condition of the residence hall, including reporting emergency maintenance situations to the appropriate person(s). 
  • Getting to know all the students in the program. 
  • Serve as a positive role model and resource for all students. 
  • Be a visible and accessible presence throughout the program. Be aware of student concerns and problems, and immediately report critical information to the CD. 
  • Respond to student emergency situations at all times. Utilize emergency protocol outlined in training. 
  • Plan and assist with social and recreational activities during the program. 
  • Assist with emergencies that may arise during the program. 
  • Must be available during Move In / Move Outs of Maymester, Summer School Sessions I and II. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

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Qualifications 

  • Must be an Emory Resident Advisor in good academic and judicial standing.
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the spring semester.
  • May not be enrolled as a summer student, or hold another position of employment, during Maymester. (Students may have another position and/or enroll in summer school with prior approval.)
  • Must be able to demonstrate attributes of both a team player and a leader.
  • Must possess an excellent customer service disposition.
  • Must be able to serve as a resource for and a positive representative of Emory University.
  • Experience within a PC/Windows XP environment is helpful.

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Employment Dates 

Maymester/Summer Resident Advisor dates of employment are Friday, May 6th--Monday, August 8th, 2016, with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2016.

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Renumeration 

Maymester/Summer Resident Advisors will receive a furnished, private room on central campus for the duration of their employment. You must live in this room to be available on-call duties and other responsiblities.Maymester/Summer RAs will be paid $125/month for the duration of the summer.

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Application 

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed application form. (application will open in a new window)
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved 

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Additional Information 

For additional information, please contact:

Kevin McIntosh, Complex Director
Office of Residence Life 
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: 404.727.8832
Email: kbmcint@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

Commencement Housing Assistant

Each May, the offices of Residence Life and Housing Operations offer Commencement Weekend housing for family members of Emory University graduatess an affordable, convenient alternative to off-campus hotel accommodations. Double rooms and suites Raoul Hall are set aside for this program, and our offices provide guests with linens, parking, internet access, breakfasts, and a 24-hour staff to assist with any guest questions or lock-outs.

Our offices hire students to assist with the completion of varying tasks in preparation for and during Commencement Weekend in Raoul Hall. Commmencement Weekend this year is May 5-9, 2017. 

Questions about these positions may be directed to Elijah Ajayi at elijah.ajayi@emory.edu or at 404.727.0428.

Pre-College Resident Advisor

Resident Advisors in the Pre-College program work full-time while the program is in session (June 19th – August 1st, 2016), and have some spring and summer training commitments leading up to the summer sessions. All positions include a generous stipend, a private, furnished residence room, and during employment, a campus meal plan. Selected applicants are not allowed to have any outside employment or take summer classes during the Pre-College program. All applicants must be current Emory students.


The Office of Residence Life will hire 12-15 Resident Advisors for Pre-College. 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Working closely with other staff members to accomplish the overall mission of the program by attending to the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of pre-college students
  • Attending mandatory daily staff and team meetings to discuss student concerns and student programming.
  • Organizing and leading daily daytime, evening, night, and weekend programs/activities that appeal to a diverse group of students.
  • Adhering to assigned work schedules and maintaining accurate housing operational records.
  • Working with the OISP Summer Intern and Pre-College staff of Emory College of Arts and Sciences to establish appropriate methods of articulating program and academic expectations and enforcing program rules.
  • Clearly articulating program and academic expectations and standards to students.
  • Enforcing Pre-College program rules consistently and fairly; following up immediately on student behavior problems as directed during training.
  • Performing daily customer service operations such as handling student check-in and check-out, explaining procedures, giving directions, and reporting specific needs/concerns of students.
  • Providing a staff presence at various pre-college program functions around campus, including but not limited to College 101 and class co-curricular field trips.
  • Preparing Pre-College program housing prior to students’ arrivals.
  • Sharing on-call responsibilities with other Pre-College program RAs and responding to emergencies at all times.
  • Attending mandatory training sessions during spring semester.
  • Participating as a member of a staff team that will be composed of two ACUHO-I intern, one Program Coordinator, and 12-15 Resident Advisors. The Resident Advisors are responsible for sharing ideas, problems, concerns, and suggestions for possible improvements with the Intern and the Program Coordinator, in addition to helping and supporting fellow staff team members.
  • Being helpful, friendly, and willing to assist pre-college students in any way possible.
  • Serving as a positive role model and resource for all Pre-College program students.
  • Being a visible and accessible presence throughout the program. Be aware of student concerns and problems, and immediately report critical information to the Program Coordinators.
  • Planning and assisting with social and recreational activities during the program.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

  • Must be an Emory or Oxford College student in good academic and judicial standing.
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the spring semester or during the summer prior to the start of the Pre-College session.
  • May not be enrolled as an Emory summer student during summer school sessions A or B. May not hold another position of employment during the Pre-College program.
  • Must be able to demonstrate attributes of both a team player and a leader.
  • Must possess an excellent customer service disposition.
  • Must be able to serve as a resource for and a positive representative of Emory University.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and must be approved to drive University vehicles by the Office of Risk Management.
  • Must pass Emory University Human Resources background check.
  • Experience within a PC/Windows XP environment is helpful.
  • Previous Residence Life experience or experience with other pre-college programs preferred.

 

Employment Dates 

Pre-College Resident Advisors dates of employment are June 9, 2017 to August 1, 2017 with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2017 and summer before the Pre-College program begins. Because of these training responsibilities, students are NOT allowed to take courses or hold a job or internship that conflict with these dates.

 

Remuneration 

Pre-College Resident Advisors will receive a furnished, private room on central campus for the summer. RAs will also receive a meal plan during their employment. You must live in this room to be available on-call duties and other responsibilities. First-time Pre-College RAs will receive a $1,900 stipend, paid in three monthly installments (June, July, and August).

Returning Pre-College RAs will receive an extra $500 for each summer they have worked for the program. This will be paid over the course of the summer months in multiple installments.

RAs will receive days off as part of a rotation of student staff. These dates will be determined after training begins.

Application 

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed online application. (application will open in a new window)
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved (attached to the online application)
  • Two recommendations.

 

Additional Information 

For additional information, please contact: 


Cherrish Robinson, Complex Director
Office of Residence Life 
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 712- 0024
Email: Cherrish.robinson@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Pre-College Driver

Drivers in the Pre-College program work part-time while the program is in session (June 19th – August 1st, 2017), and have some spring and summer training commitments leading up to the summer sessions. All positions include a private, furnished residence hall room. Students are allowed to move directly from their current housing assignment to their summer housing, and then directly from their summer housing to their fall assignment, therefore providing comprehensive housing for the summer. Selected applicants are allowed to have outside employment or take summer classes during the Pre-College program. All applicants must be current Emory students.

The Office of Residence Life will hire 5-6 Drivers for the 2016 Pre-College Program. 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Working closely with other staff members to accomplish the overall mission of the program by attending to the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of pre-college students
  • Attending team meetings to discuss student concerns and program logistics.
  • Driving daily for evening, night, and weekend programs/activities that appeal to a diverse group of students.
  • Adhering to assigned work schedules and maintaining accurate housing operational records.
  • Working with the OISP Summer Intern and Pre-College staff of Emory College of Arts and Sciences to establish appropriate methods of articulating program and academic expectations and enforcing program rules.
  • Clearly articulating program and academic expectations and standards to students.
  • Enforcing Pre-College program rules consistently and fairly; following up immediately on student behavior problems as directed during training.
  • Performing daily customer service operations such as handling student check-in and check-out, explaining procedures, giving directions, and reporting specific needs/concerns of students.
  • Providing a staff presence at various pre-college program functions around campus, including but not limited to class co-curricular field trips.
  • Attending mandatory training sessions during spring semester.
  • Participating as a member of a staff team that will be composed of two ACUHO-I intern, one Program Coordinator, and 12-15 Resident Advisors. The Drivers are responsible for sharing ideas, problems, concerns, and suggestions for possible improvements with the Intern and the Program Coordinator, in addition to helping and supporting fellow staff team members.
  • Being helpful, friendly, and willing to assist Pre-College students in any way possible.
  • Serving as a positive role model and resource for all Pre-College students.
  • Being a visible and accessible presence throughout the program. Be aware of student concerns and problems, and immediately report critical information to the Program Coordinators.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

  • Must be an Emory or Oxford College student in good academic and judicial standing.
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the spring semester or during the summer prior to the start of the Pre-College session.
  • Must be able to demonstrate attributes of both a team player and a leader.
  • Must possess an excellent customer service disposition.
  • Must be able to serve as a resource for and a positive representative of Emory University.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and must be approved to drive University vehicles by the Office of Risk Management. This approval process includes a check of the candidate’s driving record.
  • Must pass Emory University Human Resources background check.

 

Employment Dates 

Pre-College Driver dates of employment are June 9 to August 1, 2017 with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2016 and summer before the Pre-College program begins.

 

Remuneration 

Pre-College Drivers will receive a furnished, private room on Clairmont campus for the summer.

Drivers will receive days off as part of a rotation of student staff. These dates will be determined after training begins 

 

Application 

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed online application. (application will open in a new window)
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved (attached to the online application)
  • Two recommendations.

 

Additional Information 

For additional information, please contact:

Cherrish Robinson, Complex Director
Office of Residence Life 
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 712-0024
Email: cherrish.robinson@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Pre-College Program Coordinator

The goals of the Pre-College Program Coordinator experience is to provide an unparalleled experience working and learning in a summer Pre-College Program at a mid-sized private university. The Program Coordinator will work closely with and supervise students from Emory and collaborate with students and staff members from many different departments in the Division of Campus and the Emory College of Arts and Science at Emory University.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate all Pre-College catering needs and food supplies
  • Assist in coordination of small trips
  • Organize all on campus programs (orientation, graduation, and movie night)
  • Attend all major trips
  • Serve in on-call rotation
  • Manage all mail processes
  • Check rental vehicles regularly for damage, mileage, etc.
  • Create interactive bulletin board for PC program
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Employment Dates 

This position will run from May17th - August 1st, 2017. These dates may be flexible, depending on needs of the Program Coordinator selected. Program Coordinators may not hold outside employment for the duration of the Pre-College Program. However, Program Coordinator may take up to six hours of summer coursework at Emory University.

 

Remuneration 

A staff position in the Pre-College Program cannot easily be translated into hours worked per day or week because of the unique nature of the responsibilities and circumstances. The position requires a genuine personal commitment, flexibility, and good understanding of the unpredictable nature of the actual time involved. This position involves some evening and weekend responsibilities. Vacation time will be coordinated with direct supervisor. 

Program Coordinators will receive:

  • A fully-furnished, one bedroom apartment. Apartments are air conditioned and have cable and internet.
  • A stipend of $3,500 for the summer's work (pay may be prorated dependent on arrival/departure dates of the intern)/
  • Free meals at the Dobbs University Center when the Dobbs University Center is open for conference clients.
  • Access to the Student Recreation Center at the Clairmont Campus (includes a beautiful outdoor swimming pool).

 

Application 

Please submit the following to Cherrish Robinson at cherrish.robinson@emory.edu to apply:

  • A resume and cover letter
  • Two references

Applications are due by March 11th, 2017.

 

 

Additional Information 

For additional information, please contact:

Cherrish Robinson, Complex Director
Office of Residence Life 
Emory University
DUC/Drawer B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 712-0024
Email: cherrish.robinson@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.