The Community Director (CD) position is a graduate assistantship within the Department of Housing & Residence Life at The University of South Alabama. The Community Director position is a live-in senior staff member responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a community that ranges from 200 to 600 residents. The Community Director supervises the paraprofessional staff consistent with the university mission to develop a safe, student centered, living-learning environment; the environment should foster student growth, leadership development, diversity, & multiculturalism as well as personal, spiritual, cognitive, emotional & academic success. The Community Director position is supervised by an Area Coordinator who provides overall community management & direction.
Please browse our CD Recruitment Guide for a full description. For questions or additional information, contact Robbie Durr, Chair of the CD Selection Committee at (251) 460-7869.
The Conference Assistant (CA) is considered a student assistant position & appointments are made on a temporary basis each summer. A Conference Assistant's primary goal is to ensure complete customer satisfaction from beginning to end of the conference group's experience. The Conference Assistant will be involved in all phases of Conference Housing operations including conference preparation, check-in & check-out, assembling key packets, preparing client materials, & public relations at the Conference Housing office/front desk. Assisting in the Housing transition from Spring semester to Summer semester, Summer semester to Fall semester, & duty rotations are also part of the Conference Assistant schedule. This position reports directly to the Conference Housing Coordinator & the Community Director for Conference Housing.
To find out more, including requirements & qualifications, please review our CA Position Description. If you still have questions, please contact Lauren Gulsby, Marketing & Conference Housing Coordinator by email (email@example.com) or phone (251-460-6185).
CA Selection Timeline 2014
- March 28, 2014 (Friday) – Priority Application Deadline
- March 31, 2014 (Monday) – Eligible candidates will receive a link via email to submit their schedule of availability for interview week.
- April 04, 2014 (Friday) – Eligible candidates will receive an individual email to confirm their interview time, date, and location
- April 07-11, 2014 (Monday – Friday) – CA Interviews
- April 25, 2014 (Friday) – All CA Selections announced via email
The Housing Facilities Assistant (HFA) is a paraprofessional (work-study position) within the Department of Housing & Residence Life at the University of South Alabama. The Housing Facilities Assistant is an undergraduate student at the University who qualifies for work-study based on the guidelines set for by the University. The Housing Facilities Team serves to support the day to day operations of Housing Maintenance. This position is expected to work 15-20 hours per week & maintain consistent hours to support the mission of Housing & Residence Life. The Housing Facilities Assistant is supervised, hired, & trained by the Housing Facilities & Services Coordinator.
To find out more, including additional requirements & qualifications review the full HFA Position Description. If you still have questions after viewing, please call Amber L. Jones, Chair of the HFA Selection Process at aljones@southalabama or (251) 460-7088.
Housing & Residence Life is currently accepting applications for dynamic, dedicated & enthusiastic students who are interested in becoming Resident Assistant at the University of South Alabama. We never stop taking applications! All applications received will be considered on a case-by-case basis throughout the year as positions become available.
The large group selection process for Resident Assistant occurs early each spring. If you have submitted an application prior to this selection process, but have not been contacted regarding an interview you will be sent communication via your university email address (JagMail) regarding your candidacy.
To find out more, including additional requirements & qualifications review the full RA Position Description found within the RA Application Packet. If you still have questions after reviewing, please contact Robbie E. Durr, Chair of the RA Selection Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (251) 460-7869.
Interest Sessions are held early each Spring semester. Attending an interest session is a great way to learn more about the position & all that it entails! Attendance is encouraged but not required. We look forward to your candidacy!
Please choose one of the following options to submit your completed RA Application Packet:
- Return your application to the Community Office in Epsilon 1 (ATTN: RA Selection)
- Email your application to email@example.com (ATTN: RA Selection)
Information meetings will be held:
- Stay tuned for Spring 2015 Interest Session dates and locations