Great work environment that fosters community and individual development.
Pros: strong support team and leadership training opportunities
Cons: you live where you work/work where you live, therefore time management can be difficult.
The job of a resident advisor (RA) encompasses a variety of tasks. The position includes programming social and networking opportunities, creating eye-catching visuals to market community amenities to residents, and maintaining the safety of our community through enforcing policies and providing support and guidance.
RAs serve as a mentor for residents.The position truly requires responsibility and the ability to work independently. Working in an undergraduate community requires flexibility and adaptability. There are a lot of factors that can be out of your control, such as budget changes and changes in supervisors. This is why the positions require individuals that can be self-motivated and willing to take on new responsibilities.