Graduate Employment

GRADUATE ASSISTANT EMPLOYMENT

Housing & Residential Education (HRE) currently employs 10 graduate assistants and hires for these positions on an annual basis. HRE seeks to employ talented, student-focused, individuals to serve on our team and support them as they pursue their degree within the University of Utah’s Educational Leadership and Policy Program. If you are interested in joining our team or exploring these positions further, read below to see if there is an opportunity for you!

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS

Our departments currently offers three different assistantship types. To view a position description, including qualifications, for these positions, please click below:

The Assistant Area Coordinator (AAC) position is a 12-month live-in, graduate assistant staff position within Housing & Residential Education (HRE) and the Student Affairs Division at the University of Utah. The AAC reports to and assists the Area Coordinator (AC) in providing leadership and coordination of a comprehensive student-focused program for a residential community of one to ten buildings housing 120 to 800 students. The AAC has direct supervision of a staff consisting of 7-12 Student Leaders and is part of the crisis response team serving on duty for the housing system.

The AAC is also responsible for coordinating and providing leadership within collateral processes including Student Leader selection, training, assessment, recognition, advising (Resident Hall Association) and diversity initiatives.

We are currently accepting applications for this position.

Application Process & Timeline

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The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives position is a 12-month live-on, graduate assistant staff position within Housing & Residential Education and the Student Affairs Division at the University of Utah. This position reports to and assists the Coordinator for Campus Engagement in providing leadership and coordination of comprehensive student-engaged programming for all 2700 residents living on campus. Particular focus of this programming is on late night and weekend events. The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives has direct supervision of a Programming Assistant staff consisting of 5 Student Leaders. The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives position is part of the crisis response team and serves on duty for the housing system.

The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives is also responsible for coordinating and providing leadership with system-wide collateral processes, to include Student Leader selection, training, assessment, in-services, advising student groups (Residence Hall Association), diversity initiatives, liaison with other Student Affairs offices, etc.

LEARN MORE & APPLY

The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives position is a 12-month live-on, graduate assistant staff position within Housing & Residential Education and the Student Affairs Division at the University of Utah. This position reports to and assists the Coordinator for Campus Engagement in providing leadership and coordination of comprehensive student-engaged programming for all 2700 residents living on campus. Particular focus of this programming is on late night and weekend events. The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives has direct supervision of a Programming Assistant staff consisting of 5 Student Leaders. The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives position is part of the crisis response team and serves on duty for the housing system.

The Graduate Coordinator of Educational Initiatives is also responsible for coordinating and providing leadership with system-wide collateral processes, to include Student Leader selection, training, assessment, in-services, advising student groups (Residence Hall Association), diversity initiatives, liaison with other Student Affairs offices, etc.

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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP & POLICY

All HRE graduate assistants must also apply to and enroll within the Educational Leadership & Policy Master’s or Ed.D/Ph.D program here at the University of Utah. For more information about this excellent program,

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APPLICATION PROCESS

The 2017-2018 application process information is being developed, please check back.