The Office of Residential Life employs outstanding personnel in all areas within the office. These positions provide individuals with opportunities to grow and continue developing as leaders with a strong work ethic while serving our students, families, and guests. Each staff member serves as a resource agent and liaison for the University of Hartford community. Although these positions are currently filled, be sure to revisit.
The Assignment Assistant is a "behind the scenes" student staff member. The AA assists the Assistant Director of Assignments and Billing with various tasks and duties relating to housing assignments. The AA typically deals with organization and multitasking while maintaining a positive approach in answering various questions about the housing processes. Information and the application for this position are posted when needed.
The CAs' main function is to provide students living in Hawk Hall or Regents Park access to information or gaming equipment during various hours when the RAs are not available. CAs are trained and selected by the Resident Director of area. These students focus their energy on creating an inclusive community environment during their designated shift. They are located in the first floor lobby of Hawk Hall or in the game room of Regents Park. Additional information and the application for this position are usually posted in September.
CSRs are the first point of contact for people who make inquiries or need service from the Office of Residential Life. These student workers are reliable, trained professionals in answering questions via phone and in person. They are knowledgeable of all events and processes and can direct all inquiries to the appropriate person as needed. CSRs are role models and practice ethical behavior and decision-making. They work as a team, and rely on one another in order to achieve a common goal of making the Office of Residential Life a better place. Additional information and the application for this position are usually posted in March.
Peer Mediators is a non-paid volunteer position, which will serve on an "as needed" basis to help students and student groups who need assistance with resolving a dispute. Peer Mediators facilitate the communication process between involved parties, clarify views and issues, and assist involved parties in completing an agreement, if desired.