- Mentoring new students by facilitating adjustment to Halls life, and sense of community among residents.
- Enforcing policy and being the first point of contact after hours, for medical or other emergencies.
- Plan, run and evaluate events for residents.
- Working in a team of 7 people, including a supervisor, to maintain community values and gain personal development from the role.
- Create community building events within dormitories and around the university
- Help create a community conductive to student growth academically, personally, and socially
- Enforce student code of conduct and University rules and report infractions.
- reserve space and schedule events
- Help conduct continuing education training, create informational power points, and work across residential and campus life to bring guest speakers
- Keep records of room availability and residents accounts, manually or using computers. Perform bookkeeping activities, such as key audits and conducting nightly building rounds
- Supervised Life Skills Instructors and Licensed Practical Nurse’s to ensure that the safety and well being of the individuals served is maintained.
- Assisted with maintaining Medicaid billing.
- Assisted with balancing petty cash and the personal accounts of the individuals served.
- Observe students during classroom and play activities to evaluate students’ performance.
- Provide disabled students with assistive devices, supportive technology, and assistance accessing facilities such as restrooms.
- Assist mentally and physically challenged individuals their daily life skills.
- Drive individuals to appointments and community outings and events.
- Assists patients with tasks they are no longer able to perform, such as cooking, laundry cleaning, and dressing. Also provide emotional support to their clients.
- Assist people with disabilities in a group home.
- Record daily activities and information in individual file records.
- Contact medical facilities or departments to schedule residents for tests or Doctor appointments.
- Keep financial records or perform other bookkeeping duties, such as handling expenses, reconciling receipts and adding monthly checks to the books.
- Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians’ instructions to residents
- Record residents’ medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records..