Summer Conference and Resident Assistant (SCRA) & Summer RLH Facilities Work Team Member
How to Apply
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Summer Conference and Resident Assistant (SCRA) Job Description
At Wright State University, our summer student staff is integral to the success of our department endeavors. As paraprofessional staff, SCRAs engage in a very exciting, rewarding, and challenging experience. Those involved in the Residence Life program will have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and enhance their communication skills while gaining a better understanding of themselves and others.
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required at time of application. In the event that an individual who is selected for the position has their cumulative GPA drop below the required GPA at the end of the Spring Semester, that individual will immediately have the offer of employment withdrawn. Individuals will not be allowed to begin a position while on probation. Individuals must be registered for classes at Wright State University during the Summer and/or Fall Semesters. Individuals should not apply for the position unless they are able to make an employment commitment for the entire summer.
Along with an invaluable and rewarding growth experience, SCRAs receive $9.50 per hour fo first time employees, $10 an hour for second time employees, at least 10 hours or more depending on the weekly tasks; an assigned room; and a waiver of the required residential activity fee. SCRAs will log hours for time spent completing check-ins, checkouts, and any guest housing and summer conference responsibilities. Note: Facilities for partners and/or dependents are not currently available. Summer employees must pay the $200 telecom fee.
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Summer RLH Facilities Work Team Member Job Description
Gain hands-on experience assisting with maintenance operations and general repairs, including, but not limited to: filter replacement, painting, changing light bulbs, and other tasks under supervision of maintenance staff member for Residence Life and Housing. Assist with custodial staff duties, as needed. Including, but not limited to: trash removal, general cleaning, dusting, vacuuming, floor stripping and waxing. Other duties for Residence Life & Housing, as assigned. Students living on-campus preferred.
Basic computer skills. Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Access. Must be able to do extensive walking and be able to lift 50 pounds.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to drive a university vehicle.
Student must be a good a teammate, a self-starter, reliable, have the ability to follow directions and do physical work.
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