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Summer Housing Assistant


  • Bedroom in a two-bedroom apartment in Panther Village for the duration of employment
    • SHAs are required to live in an assigned room on-campus for the duration of their employment
    • SHAs have the option to pull in a fellow UNI student of their choosing if they would like someone to live in the second bedroom of this apartment
  • $2500 Stipend
  • Meals provided when the dining center is open for conferences and guests

Appointment Period & Commitments

  • Sunday, May 12, 2024 @ Noon  through Monday, August 5, 2024 @ 6pm 
  • Additional training dates in April - paid hourly $10.00/hour 

(specifics will be determined after team is hired)

  • The number of hours worked per week vary greatly. SHAs should plan to work 20 hours per week in addition to serving on-call overnight.  Advance notice will be provided for weeks where more than 20 hours of work will be needed.
  • SHAs may be required to work weekends and holidays (including Memorial Day & 4th of July)
  • SHAs will be allotted up to 8 days of time-off during employment
    • SHAs will not be permitted to take days away from June 9-14 and July 13-29 
  • Additional summer employment is limited to 20 hours/week and must not interfere with SHA responsibilities. SHAs will not be permitted to attend other jobs while serving on-call

Job Responsibilities

  • Oversee the summer conference housing program and associated duties
    • Prepare for and facilitate check-ins and check-outs for conference groups
    • Serve overnight as on-call person in facilities on a rotating basis
      • SHAs will be provided a private room when serving on-call in residence halls other than Panther VIllage
    • Work in the conference office, serving as a resource for our conference guests as needed
    • Complete additional administrative tasks as required for individual camp completion
  • Provide housing assistance and resources for additional campus residents, including UNI students enrolled in summer classes and families in attendance for orientation programs
  • Perform administrative duties, including staffing hall office hours
  • Assist in preparing residence halls for Fall Opening
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor

Minimum Qualifications

  • Enrolled as a UNI student for Spring 2024 and Fall 2024
  • Minimum 2.25 cumulative and semester UNI GPA
  • In good behavioral, academic, and financial standing with the university
  • Outstanding skills in
    • Verbal and written communication
    • Crisis & risk management
    • Advanced problem solving
    • Customer service and ability to interact positively with residents and conference guests