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Employment/Leadership Opportunities

Residential Housing Association

Residential Housing Association (RHA) is the world's largest student-run organization and is returning to the University of Dayton for the 2014-2015 academic year!  We are looking for incredible student leaders to make up the first Executive Board of RHA and applications are now available by following the link below.  Applications are due to Joyce Kling in Gosiger 210 by Friday March 14, 2014.  Details about the organization, position descriptions, timeline and benefits can all be found on the application.  Any questions can be directed to Brittany Philbert, Morgan Wagner, or Trent Pinto!

Click HERE for the 2014-2015 RHA Executive Board Timeline and Application

Applications for the Neighborhood Fellow and Resident Assistant positions are no longer being accepted for the 2013-2014 school year.  If you should have any questions about the process or timeline, please feel free to contact the office at housing@udayton.edu 

If you are interested in a Desk Assistant position, those will be posted on the student employment website as they become available.

Neighborhood Fellow

A Neighborhood Fellow is a person who fosters student growth through community development.  A  Neighborhood Fellow assists students in their transition, integration, and progression through community living in the Student Neighborhood.  The Neighborhood Fellow is responsible for areas such as social, cultural, service, and educational programming, peer counseling, and facilitating an environment that is conducive to learning.  The Department of Housing & Residence Life seeks students who are responsible, mature, and creative.  Additionally, we seek candidates who exercise good time management, demonstrate potential for peer leadership, possess critical thinking skills, and act as positive role models among their peers.  A successful candidate will be a current sophomore/junior/senior, have and maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA and be in good judicial standing with the university.

Resident Assistant

Click HERE for Answers to Frequent Asked Questions (FAQs) pertaining to the RA/Fellow Positions

A Resident Assistant (RA) is a person who fosters student growth through community development. An RA assists students in their transition, integration, and progression through community living. The RA is responsible for areas such as social, culture, service, and educational programming, peer counseling, and facilitating an environment that is conducive to learning. The Department of Housing and Residence Life seeks students who are responsible, mature, and creative. Additionally, we seek candidates who exercise good time management, demonstrate potential for peer leadership, and act as positive role models among their peers.  A successful candidate will be a current first-year/sophomore/junior/senior, have and maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA and be in good judicial standing with the university.  

Desk Assistant

The Desk Assistant will contribute to the mission of Housing & Residence Life and the University of Dayton by assisting with the daily operations of the residence hall desks. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, collaborating with all Housing & Residence Life staff in monitoring the halls for safety and security issues, contacting appropriate staff for maintenance concerns, maintaining desk organization and extending a high level of customer service. Key areas of responsibility are: safety and security, maintenance, customer service, key management, desk management, equipment distribution, room set-up, mailroom operations & package distribution.  Desk Assistant positions will be posted on the University's Employment website and does NOT require filling out the above applications.

Click HERE for Answers to Frequent Asked Questions (FAQs) pertaining to the hiring process and Desk Assistant Position

Guest Check-In Attendant

The Guest Check-in Attendant will contribute to the mission of Housing & Residence Life and the University of Dayton by assisting with the safety & security of the residence halls. Accordingly, it is important for the Guest Check-in Attendant to understand and abide by the policies and procedures set forth in the Student Standards of Behavior. Key areas of responsibility will be safety & security, customer service, and guest check-in/check-out. Guest Check-In Attendant positions will be posted on the University's Employment website and does NOT require filling out the above applications.