- Oversees group of individuals on their floor (currently 16) and focuses on their well-being, care, and development.
- Participates in development meetings and inputs ideas.
- Helps run events created by self or by the Student Development team.
- Does bathroom checks and maintains cleanliness of spaces.
- Helps with conflict management.
- Supervised 200 students in a dorm, suite, and town-house setting
- Enforced college policies among students in order to ensure campus safety
- Organized and hosted various social events
- Acted as a liaison between campus security officers and students
- Organize and perform safety checks each month.
- Create a welcoming and comforting environment for my residents. Which included: making door decorations, constructing and designing bulletin board art, hosting and organizing two events for residents a semester.
- Work both the front desk and have a night on call.
- Facilitates the social, academic, and personal adjustment of students to the residence hall and University.
- Oversee day-to-day group activities of residents in on campus housing
- Inform tenants of facilities, such as laundries or playgrounds.
- Write speeches, pamphlets, or other promotional materials to increase awareness of the causes, missions, or goals of the organization
- Design or produce materials such as posters, Web sites, or newsletters to promote, market, or advertise events for the organization.
- Regularly interacting with local law enforcement and medical personnel.
- Able to communicate well with everyone he or she comes in contact with.
- Expected to be professional, respectful and detail oriented when discussing health, well-being, or issues with resident, to the resident or the resident’s family members.
- Communicate well with staff and management to perform tasks correctly and abide by rules and regulations.
- Discuss health changes, behavior changes, resident needs with family members professionally and confidentially
- Help residents dress, shower, ambulate, and perform other daily activities. Resident assistants are responsible for relaying important information about changes in residents to supervisors
- Adhere to local, state and federal laws, regulations and statutes. and resident care coordinators Resident assistants are expected to document important matters and write out incident reports as needed.