Auckland City, AucklandACCOMMODATION - CAMPUS LIFEFixed-term, Part-timeThe OpportunityWe are recruiting for 15 Resident Advisers to join our passionate, supportive and motivated team.
The role of a Resident Adviser is rewarding but also a challenging employment opportunity. They are critical to the wellbeing and success of our residents, and having a good RA can make a huge difference to a student’s University experience.
The position is 15 hours per week, live-in, and fixed-term from February 2020 to November 2020.We have positions available across 8 locations.
About the RoleWe provide a safe, secure and supportive place for students to live and learn while attending the University.
We are managed by a team of professional staff whose key purpose is to ensure the pastoral care and support to the academic efforts of residents.
Resident Advisers form a vital part of this team.As a Resident Adviser, you will : Support students in their residence to make their time productive, meaningful and enjoyable.
Nurture the development of both academic achievement and life skills.Be a people person with good communication skills who builds a strong sense of community in their residence.
Be a positive role modelApplications are invited from students who intend to be enrolled in a full-time course of study at The University of Auckland.
The successful appointees will be required to live in the accommodation allocated to them and fulfill their responsibilities for the full period of their contract, which falls beyond the academic year.
Therefore, our successful applicants will tick the following boxes : Have a high level of academic and personal achievementIs responsible, approachable, with a can do attitudeHas good communication skills in both verbal and writtenIntends to enroll at The University of Auckland in 2020Is happy to live-
in (onsite) at the hall / residence you are appointed tooWhy join us?The work you do makes a real difference in the lives of our students.
You will receive two weeks of full-time training and through the year you will develop skills in leadership, empathy, resilience, team work and communication.