Employment & Leadership Opportunities
Thank you for considering employment opportunities in Residence Life & Housing. Our office is an exciting and dynamic place to work. We are looking for individuals who are looking to play an active role in enhancing the student experience at a residential college. We are seeking team members to assist in us in the re-imagining of our residential experience, broadly capturing the out of classroom experience. Integral to the work in our office is the value of student development and assisting the individual student in his/her experience at Dickinson.
On behalf of all our staff, we would like to encourage you to learn more about our positions:
PROFESSIONAL STAFF POSITIONS
Area Coordinator (formerly Residential Community Director)
As professional staff member who lives in a residence hall apartment, the Area Coordinator (AC) is responsible for enhancing the quality of life for residential students through development of an atmosphere that promotes learning and fosters a strong sense of community and accountability. Area Coordinators have a master's degree in a fields like higher education administration, student affairs administration, education, counseling, or other related filed, with previous residence life experience. Through supervision of student staff, programmatic interventions, mentoring of students and administrative processes, the AC contributes to the development of students’ interpersonal, leadership and civic skills and fosters a healthy environment that supports the intellectual and academic life of the campus.
There are no current Area Coordinator openings.
All professional staff positions will be advertised on the Dickinson College Human Resources website. Applications for positions must be received on line at the Human Resources home page .
Candidates who are selected to receive an interview will be contacted by a member of the search committee to arrange an interview. There will be two phases of the interview process. Initial Interviews will be conducted via phone or at a placement convention. Campus Interviews will be extended to a short list of candidates who the search committee would like to pursue. Campus interviews consist of a day long interview process where opportunities to meet and interact with a variety of campus constituents including students and staff.
STUDENT STAFF POSITIONS
Community Advisors (CA)
CAs are leaders within the residence life student staff and directly supervise the Resident Advisors. They are selected through a rigorous selection process and provide support and direction for the RA staff. Learn more about the Community Advisor position.
Resident Advisors (RA)
RAs are intellectual, academic, and social role models who work to create an intellectually engaged diverse student community. Learn more about the Resident Advisor position.
House & Apartment Managers (HAM)
HAMs provide support and residential assistance in our small house and apartments for primarily upper-level students. Learn more about the House & Apartment Manager position.
Student Assistants in the Student Life office provide administrative and special project assistance to the daily operations of the department. While multitasking reception work and special projects (visitor walk-ins, answering phone calls, etc.), Student Assistants assist with questions pertaining to housing, student organizations, campus events, or other campus information. This position is available for students with federal work study allocations only.