Residential Assistants, UCA

Campus Living Villages provide accommodation for tertiary students around New Zealand and RA’s are an integral part of our operation and success. We are currently looking for motivated, hardworking people who have a drive to be a leader within the student accommodation community. If you are enrolled in full time study for 2020 and are interested in being a support and role model for our first year residents, then this could be the role for you.

The RA team live onsite and are usually rostered to work 15 hours per week. These shifts happen during evenings and over the weekend. This is a unique role which although at times can be challenging is also full of meaningful experiences that come from supporting our residents through their first year of study. The role provides an opportunity to grow your leadership skills and gain transferable work skills which will undoubtedly be useful for your future career. All of this happens while working alongside a diverse team of your peers who often turn into lifelong friends.

The RA key duties and responsibilities include;

  • Providing peer, pastoral and academic support to residents.
  • Consistently providing high quality resident engagement through events, competitions and meetings
  • Delivering high quality, relevant and engaging activities with support from the Programming & Events Team
  • Providing consistently high levels of customer service
  • Contributing to admin related tasks when required
  • Upholding high standards of health and safety procedures

A successful candidate will display the following skills and attributes;

  • Motivated; a self-starter who drives themselves and understands intrinsic benefit their effort has on the community
  • Flexible; to be able to manage changing needs of the community and business throughout the year
  • A team player; the ability to build positive and professional relationships that are collaborative
  • Community focused mindset; the ability to notice when other community members need extra support
  • Maturity; self-awareness and commitment to finding a balance between study, work and life
  • Ethical; outstanding commitment to the principles of the Aotearoa Code of Ethics in Youth work
  • Solution orientated: Positive approach to problem solving and overcoming challenges

The ways you can benefit from the RA role include;

  • Access to in-depth training led by industry experts
  • A supportive and development focused workplace that creates opportunities for your growth
  • A job that provides challenges and learning opportunities
  • A chance to give back to the student community at UC
  • An opportunity to be part of a diverse, skilled and motivated team
  • Your work as an RA is recognised by the Co-curricular record at Canterbury University

 

Further recruitment details including the application form can be found by following the link below;

https://forms.gle/prUnzQDPaztaFp2A8

Only applications submitted via the link will be considered : Cameron.Russell@clv.co.nz

Campus Living Villages provide accommodation for tertiary students around New Zealand and RA’s are an integral part of our operation and success. We are currently looking for motivated, hardworking people who have a drive to be a leader within the student accommodation community. If you are enrolled in full time study for 2020 and are interested in being a support and role model for our first year residents, then this could be the role for you.

The RA team live onsite and are usually rostered to work 15 hours per week. These shifts happen during evenings and over the weekend. This is a unique role which although at times can be challenging is also full of meaningful experiences that come from supporting our residents through their first year of study. The role provides an opportunity to grow your leadership skills and gain transferable work skills which will undoubtedly be useful for your future career. All of this happens while working alongside a diverse team of your peers who often turn into lifelong friends.

The RA key duties and responsibilities include;

  • Providing peer, pastoral and academic support to residents.
  • Consistently providing high quality resident engagement through events, competitions and meetings
  • Delivering high quality, relevant and engaging activities with support from the Programming & Events Team
  • Providing consistently high levels of customer service
  • Contributing to admin related tasks when required
  • Upholding high standards of health and safety procedures

A successful candidate will display the following skills and attributes;

  • Motivated; a self-starter who drives themselves and understands intrinsic benefit their effort has on the community
  • Flexible; to be able to manage changing needs of the community and business throughout the year
  • A team player; the ability to build positive and professional relationships that are collaborative
  • Community focused mindset; the ability to notice when other community members need extra support
  • Maturity; self-awareness and commitment to finding a balance between study, work and life
  • Ethical; outstanding commitment to the principles of the Aotearoa Code of Ethics in Youth work
  • Solution orientated: Positive approach to problem solving and overcoming challenges

The ways you can benefit from the RA role include;

  • Access to in-depth training led by industry experts
  • A supportive and development focused workplace that creates opportunities for your growth
  • A job that provides challenges and learning opportunities
  • A chance to give back to the student community at UC
  • An opportunity to be part of a diverse, skilled and motivated team
  • Your work as an RA is recognised by the Co-curricular record at Canterbury University

 

Further recruitment details including the application form can be found by following the link below;

https://forms.gle/prUnzQDPaztaFp2A8

 

More Job Postings