So, you want to join the Rollins Residential Life staff? Perhaps you are a current resident who loves the work your HM is doing and wants the opportunity to do the same! Maybe you have some great ideas for your organization and want to be part of a team to help make it happen! Become a leader today and pave the way for future leaders!
A House Manager is a student who has demonstrated a high degree of maturity, commitment to their organization, critical thinking and interpersonal skills. HMs are students who value: Learning, Leadership, Social Justice, Collaboration, and Responsibility.
As a House Manager, your employment period begins prior to Fall Semester opening with pre-semester training and continues for one full academic year ending with graduation and the closing of the Residence Halls following Commencement. The responsibilities of a House Manager are numerous and varied.
House Managers will be nominated by their organization and will live in single rooms in their organization’s facility.
For a more detailed job description and details about compensation, please visit http://bit.ly/TPCKzF .
HM Applications are due February 4, 2013 by midnight. Late applications will not be considered. All applicants will be required to complete an individual interview as well as a group interview.
If you are ready to complete your application, please select the “Apply for This Posting” Button below.
Minimum Qualifications/Special Skills
All finalists must complete and pass a routine criminal background check before being officially hired.
Preferred Qualifications/Special Skills
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Scheduled Work Hours
Please see the Student Staff Job Description for detailed job information.
Please note: This position begins prior to Fall Semester opening with pre-semester training and continues for one full academic year ending with graduation and the closing of the Residence Halls following Commencement.
In support of the college mission, the Office of Residential Life is committed to creating learning environments that are conducive to and focused on holistic student development, student learning, and student success.
These environments are aimed at assisting students in finding their purpose and passion.
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