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|Description of Responsibilities and Duties
Duty/Emergency Response & Residential Living Obligation
Resident Counselor (RC)
* Be present each evening for camper nightly check in.
Activity Coordinator (AC)
* Nightly evening activity clean up.
* RCs/ACs are required to live on campus residentially for the duration of the job.
* In addition to receiving monetary compensation, RCs/ACs receive free on-campus housing and a full meal plan.
* Serve in a shared weekday and weekend duty/emergency response coverage rotation with fellow staff members.
* Walk rounds of the residence hall each evening while on duty to be visible & available to campers.
* Sleep on campus nightly unless approved for a night away.
Office Hours & Administrative Duties Resident Counselor
* Work ranges from 20-25 hours per week divided between office shifts, staff meetings, supervisor 1:1 meetings, and nightly camper check-in.
* Maintain an organized and clean office.
* Work ranges from 20-25 hours per week divided between staff meetings, supervisor 1:1 meetings, individual or group programs, and nightly event clean up.
* Respond to or appropriately refer all requests that come in by phone, e-mail, or in person to the Summer Professional staff.
* Work independently and take initiative to complete tasks and projects as assigned.
* Follow office procedures and protocol & complete all administrative tasks by the assigned deadlines.
* Assist supervisors with office coverage & all camper check-in/check-out procedures.
* Treat campers, guests, Summer Leadership staff, University employees, supervisors, and colleagues with courtesy and respect.
* Counsel campers with personal and art concerns
* Respond to all questions, inquiries, and comments in a timely and professional manner.
* Practice active listening, be observant, and make appropriate referrals.
* Dress, speak, and behave in an appropriate, professional manner.
* Be familiar with the university campus and resources, to assist with the needs of our campers.
* Help to create and maintain a positive community environment in the halls.
* Be visible and available in the community to assist and be a resource to campers.
Facilities * Identify and immediately report any facility and safety/security needs.
* Report facilities issues through the established work request system and notify supervisor(s) of urgent issues or issues that have not been resolved in a reasonable amount of time.
* Conduct daily visual inspection of your residential hall and furnishings for damage.
The job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by the Summer Residence Counselors and Activity Coordinators. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position.
|Description of Work
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) is proud to announce that we are seeking Resident Counselors and Activities Coordinators, for Summer 2024! Applications for these positions are open until filled, but priority will be given to applicants that submit before March 9th, 2024.
UNCSA Summer Intensive Program
Join us in the "City of Arts and Innovation", Winston Salem, North Carolina on the campus of The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA)! UNCSA is the nation's first public arts conservatory! Our Residential Summer programs feature intensives in dance, drama, filmmaking, music, and visual arts and lasts approximately five (5) weeks for students in middle and high school.
Resident Counselors and Activity Coordinator Positions
These two positions are temporary part-time staff members, who are required to live in the residence hall (Artist Village). Resident Counselors are responsible for the general supervision and management of a residential area housing approximately one floor of high school students.
The Activities Coordinators assist with the planning and implementation of fun and engaging programs for our campers. Activity Coordinators are also responsible for the general supervision and management of a residential area housing approximately one floor of high school students.
* Stipend of $1900- $2100, for an approximate six-week commitment of work
* Free housing in our new residential hall, Artist Village
* Free, full meal plan at our campus dining hall
|Work Schedule and Hours
The Resident Counselor/Activity Coordinator position is approximately a five-week (in addition to one week of comprehensive training), live-in position. The virtual portion of training will begin on June 14, 2024. Resident Counselors will begin moving to live on campus on July 16th and will move out on July 21st. Work ranges from 20-25 hours per week.
* Must be at least 2 years past High School graduation
* Must be able to live residentially on the UNCSA campus (Winston Salem, NC) for the duration of this job.
* Have an interest and experience with working with high school student populations
* Have previous residence hall experience
* Have strong communication skills
* Organized, responsible, and have the ability to work independently.
* Have minimal time commitments (less than 10 hrs./week) and a flexible schedule during the summer.
|Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
|Open Until Filled
|Special Instructions to Applicants
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants are welcome to apply without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. The application must be completed in full detail (including work history) for your qualifications to be considered. Failure to complete the application process as required by state regulations will result in your application being rejected for the vacancy and you will not be considered for the position. The UNCSA participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. Final candidates are subject to criminal background checks.
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