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Residence Life

Employment Opportunities

Resident Manager
The Resident Manager position is responsible for the oversight of the Campus apartments (Pioneer Hall, Campus Heights, and University Heights). The Resident Manager will be responsible for addressing resident concerns in a timely manner, acting as a Liaison between the apartments and the Residence Life Office, and being a positive representative of Minot State University.

Residence Hall Director (RHD)
The Residence Life Office hires five Hall Directors every year, one per residence hall. RHDs are responsible for the supervision of the building’s Resident Assistants, encouraging and attending programs, providing referrals/advice, communicating with the Residence Life Office staff, attending Hall Director meetings, conducting RA evaluations, and supporting and upholding university & residence hall policies. These positions are extremely multifaceted and rewarding. No two days are ever the same! Hiring for this position for the next academic year takes place in the fall semester prior to the next academic year.

  • RHD applications for the 2017-2018 academic year closed on January 13th at 4:30pm.

Resident Assistant (RA)
In total there are 17 RAs hired every year, which is one RA per floor in every residence hall on campus. RAs are responsible for building a sense of community on their floor, providing a variety of programming, being a resource person for residents, enforcing university and residence hall policies, covering desk shifts, as well as working as a team with other Residence Life staff. These positions are demanding of your time and talent, but can be very gratifying as well as being an excellent resume builder. Hiring for this position for an academic year takes place in the spring semester prior to that academic year. 

  • RA applications for the 2017-2018 academic year closed on February 3rd at 4:30pm.

Desk Clerk
Desk clerk responsibilities include covering available desk shifts in which you answer phone calls, assist in enforcing university and campus policies, and work on various administrative tasks provided by the hall staff. Applications for desk clerk positions are usually taken at the beginning of the academic year. However, if you wish to inquire about this position, contact your Hall Director or Resident Assistant.