The Residence Life Office and Housing and Dining Services offer a variety of positions for undergraduate student staff members. While most of these positions are in-hall staff members, there are other positions that support the department in different ways.
Administrative Assistants work at the front desk in the central office (Old Main 106) of both Residence Life and Housing & Dining Services, providing support to the professional staff of both offices and serving as a resource to students and visitors.
Evening Programming Student Workers
Evening Programming Student Workers assist in the promotion and implementation of Dining Services events.
Graphic Designers work to create a variety of designs for the Residence Life and Housing & Dining Offices.
Imaginarium Assistants work in the Imaginarium, a resource room that supports Residence Life staff and Residence Life student organizations.
Mail Clerks are hired for Dixon Hall and Golden Bear Village South apartments as the mailrooms and package pick-up are not incorporated into the desk functions. These individuals work up to 12 hours a week, sorting mail, and working with package distribution.
Desk Receptionists work at the 24-hour front desk of the residence hall they are hired for.
Community Assistants work to build a community among the residents in their designated area of the building they are hired for. Community Assistants live in this designated area.
Assistant Resident Directors
The Assistant Resident Director is an experienced Community Assistant or Desk Receptionist who works with the Resident Director in recruiting, interviewing, selecting, training and evaluating the student staff and overseeing the functional areas of assessment, scheduling, timecards, and hall desk operations.
*Only current/returning student staff members are eligible to apply for this position.
The Residence Life Break Staff will share responsibility for nightly duty coverage and provide administrative assistance in the Residence Life & Housing and Dining Services Offices as needed.
*Only current student staff members are eligible to apply for this position.
Student Employee Work Authorization Process
Housing, Residence Life and Dining Services works with Kutztown University's office of Human Resources for all levels of employment. Students who are selected to be hired as employees of the office and/or within the residence halls must complete employment, tax forms and background clearance applications with the Human Resources office located in the Kemp Building. Once this paperwork is complete, the student will receive a Work Authorization Number. The student must bring the Work Authorization number over to the Housing, Residence Life and Dining Services (106 Old Main) and complete the Protection of Minors training so that their employment application may be considered complete.
Application Quick Links
Below are links to applications broken down by position. Please note the open positions listed above, and the selection timelines here.
Apply here for any openings in the following positions:
- Assistant Resident Director
- Community Assistant
- Desk Receptionist
- Imaginarium Assistant
- Break Staff
Apply here for opening in the following positions:
- Evening Programming Student Worker
- Graphic Designer
For openings and applications in the following positions, contact the Housing and Residence Life Offices at email@example.com
- Administrative Assistant
- Mail Clerk