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Employment Opportunities

Full-time Employment Opportunities


Residence Coordinators

Residence Coordinators (RCs) are full-time professionals who live in a residential community and are responsible for the educational and operational functions of the living area. They manage residential areas and supervise the Graduate Assistants (GAs) and Resident Advisors/Managers (RA/RMs). RCs have college degrees and significant experience working with college students. Much of an RC's time is spent serving as an active resource for students and staff who reside in their hall/area.

For more information, please  visit our Residence Coordinator page.

Support Staff, Housekeeping and Maintenance Staff

Critical to our operations, our support staff members in the Central Office, Technology Services, Residence Life, Financial Services and Facilities services, as well as our maintenance and housekeeping team members, help to keep Housing and Residence Life delivering the highest possible service levels to our residents and guests.

For available opportunities, please visit the UNC Charlotte Employment website.

Security Guards

Security Guards work at reception desks from 11:15 p.m. to 6:45 a.m. on most evenings. Security Guards monitor main building entrances, make building tours and enforce policies and procedures. In addition, they provide services such as issuing loan keys, responding to emergency situations and checking out equipment.

For available opportunities, please visit the UNC Charlotte Employment website.

Student Employment Opportunities

Graduate Assistants

Graduate Assistants (GAs) support the Residence Coordinators in managing and supervising many of our residential areas. In apprenticeship positions, these graduate students gain experience in all facets of housing and residence life while pursuing advanced degrees.

For more information, please visit our Graduate Assistant page.

Resident Advisor

Resident Advisors (RAs) are part-time paraprofessional staff members of the Department of Housing and Residence Life who live in an assigned residential area.  RAs work closely with and are supervised by Graduate Assistants and Residence Coordinators who also live and work in the residence halls. RAs serve as valuable campus resources and have many different responsibilities including community building, programming and policy enforcement. RAs spend significant time getting to know and building relationships with and among their residents. Most importantly, they work hard to foster communities in their halls which are welcoming and conducive to living and learning. RAs are selected for their leadership potential, interpersonal abilities, positive, caring attitudes and sense of commitment.

For more information, please visit our Resident Advisor page.

Desk Receptionist

Desk Receptionists work in the buiding/area offices and help provide key services to residents and staff. Some Desk Receptionists work at the 24-hour loan key desks in Belk, Hunt and Oak Halls. Additionally, they answer questions, provide information and check out hall equipment/games.

We are now accepting Desk Receptionist applications for the 2014-2015 year.  Please go to and complete the Application.  Priority will be given to those candidates who complete the application by Monday, April 21st.  If there are any questions please contact Mason Reuter (

Housing Ambassador

At this time we are not taking applications for this position. Please check back periodically for updated information.

Maintenance or Housekeeping Student Assistant

For information about becoming a Maintenance or Housekeeping Student Assistant during the regular academic year, please contact Housing Facilities Services.

Summer Resident Advisor and Conference Assistant

Our Summer Resident Advisors perform many of the same functions as our academic year Resident Advisors by providing assistance, information and support to residential students. Our Conference Assistants work in our buildings to provide service and support to our summer conference guests. These include sport camp and academic camp participants, SOAR participants and their parents, as well as a variety of other University guests.

For information about becoming a Summer Resident Advisor, Conference Assistant or Team Leader, please visit our Summer Employment page.

Summer Maintenance Assistant

Summer Maintenance Assistants work through the summer under the direction of the Housing and Residence Life permanent staff to assist in all phases of the work of the permanent staff.

For information about becoming a Summer Maintenance Assistant, please visit our Summer Employment page.