Housing Administration and Residential Education have a wide variety of employment opportunities, whether you are faculty, student affairs professional or student. These two departments work together to provide a safe and educational environment to over 4,500 SDSU students. Faculty-in-Residence and Faculty Fellow positions allow faculty to interact with students in a relaxed setting, to further engage them in learning opportunities and help students to better communicate with their professors.
Residence Hall Coordinators (RHCs) are live-in staff who supervise the paraprofessional staff and the overall building operation. The RHC works with hall staff and residents to provide a link to all the resources of the University and to assist residents in developing a positive residential and academic community. The RHC supervises a Resident Hall Coordinator Assistant (RHCA) and Resident Advisors. The RHCA is typically an upper-class student coordinating a 24-hour desk. RA's live on every floor of the hall, help maintain hall security, meet with students regarding student conduct issues, build an academic environment and coordinate hall activities and programs.
Students play an important role in the residence hall community, enhancing residents experience by serving as leaders, mentors and friends. See our Student Staff page for more information.
Available Job Post:
Office of Housing Administration is looking for an SDSU student to join our
team as a Housing Graphic Design Student Assistant (GDSA) and work directly
with staff members to develop visual promotions in the form of video, print,
and motion graphics (including video display walls, posters, multi-page
documents, advertising, displays, web maintenance etc.). The GDSA shall create
and maintain content for the digital display system used in on-campus housing
facilities through the use of Sedna Presenter software. This includes, but is
not limited to creating visual promotions in the form of video, print, and
motion graphics (including video display walls, posters, multi-page documents,
advertising, displays, web maintenance etc.). The GDSA
must be able to manage multiple projects and often meet tight deadlines. Workload
and hours vary depending on projects, but typically students work 15 to 20
hours per week. Work is between the hours of 8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday; other
hours can be negotiated. For more information, view the detailed position description. Students may access the job application online or through the Aztec Career Connection using the job ID number: 68929