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Residence Safety Team

Residence Safety Ambassadors and Residence Safety Team Leads will help to improve the student experience and to ensure the safety of members of the university’s residence community. Ambassadors and Team Leads will patrol residences and help in the education and compliance of Housing policies.
Become a residence safety ambassador

Department: Client Relations
Number of Positions: 15 
Posting Date: July 4, 2022
Closing Date: July 15, 2022
Term of Position: Starting mid-August, 2022
Remuneration: $15,65 per hour

Read the full Reception Attendant job description (PDF, 372 Ko).

To apply, fill out this form.

 

Department: Residence Life and Programming
Number of Positions: 1
Posting Date: July 15, 2022
Closing Date: July 31, 2022
Term of Position:
August 8, 2022 - September 9, 2022

Remuneration: Salary: $18/h to be established based on candidate overall experience

Read the full Volunteer Project Assistant Description job description.

Department: Residence Life and Programming
Number of Positions: 1
Posting Date: July 15, 2022
Closing Date: July 31, 2022
Term of Position:
August 15, 2022 - September 4, 2022

Remuneration: Salary: $18/h to be established based on candidate overall experience

Read the full Zone Manager Description job description

 

Department: Wellness and Recreation; Residence Life and Programming
Number of Positions: TBD
Posting Date: This job is not currently recruiting
Term of Position: August 22, 2022 – May 1, 2023
Remuneration: $385/month, paid in equal instalments bimonthly, plus $75 per semester for general expenses, plus a room in residence as a taxable benefit. Note: Employees who work during the holiday period (the two weeks in December and January when the rest of the university is closed) will be paid an hourly wage of $18/hr.

Read the full team lead job description (PDF, 188 Ko).

Please note that new hires are not eligible for the Team Lead (TL) position. All current Residence Life staff members will receive communication via email on how to apply for these positions. If you are a former UO Residence Life Staff member and are interested in any of these positions, please send us an email at [email protected].

 

 

Department: Wellness and Recreation; Residence Life and Programming
Number of Positions: TBD
Posting Date: This job is not currently recruiting
Term of Position: August 22, 2022 – May 1, 2023
Remuneration: $385/month, paid in equal instalments bimonthly, plus $75 per semester for general expenses, plus a room in residence as a taxable benefit. Note: Employees who work during the holiday period (the two weeks in Dec/Jan when the rest of the university is closed) will be paid an hourly wage of $18/hr.

Read the full Peer Support job description (PDF, 188 Ko).

Please note that new hires are not eligible for the Peer Support (PS) position. All current Residence Life staff members will receive communication via email on how to apply for these positions. If you are a former UO Residence Life Staff member and are interested in any of these positions, please send us an email at [email protected].

 

Department: Wellness and Recreation; Residence Life and Programming
Number of Positions: TBD
Posting Date: This job is not currently recruiting

Term of Position: May 2, 2022 – August 21, 2022
Remuneration: $381/month, paid in equal instalments bimonthly, plus $75 for the summer for general expenses, plus a room in residence as a taxable benefit.
Remarque : les employés qui travaillent pendant la période des vacances (les deux semaines de décembre et de janvier pendant lesquelles le reste de l'université est fermé) recevront un salaire horaire de 18 dollars par heure.

Read the full Summer Peer Support job description (PDF, 176 Ko).

Please note that new hires are not eligible for the Summer Peer Support (SPS) position. All current Residence Life staff members will receive communication via email on how to apply for these positions. If you are a former UO Residence Life Staff member and are interested in any of these positions, please send us an email at [email protected].

We are responsible for creating a safe community in which residents of all origins and orientations thrive while they embark on their academic and personal development. We help create a sense of belonging and community connection, organize events, and facilitate mediation and conflict resolution discussions with residents.

Upper-year student leaders who live in residence and foster a community atmosphere within your building floor or unit. They are here to help you out in many ways, direct you toward other resources that you may need, and to maintain and improve the quality of community life while you live and study in residence. CAs provide a peer-to-peer resource for you as you navigate through your first year in residence, and can offer confidential support for any personal or academic concerns you may have.

Upper-year student leaders who live in residence and are responsible for a team of Community Advisors. They act as support to the CAs, and organize building wide activities for you to enjoy! They have experience as CAs as well and are here to support the team of CAs living in residence as well as the students who live here.

Upper-year student leaders who live in residence and provide peer-to-peer support to upper-year students. Their role is to help build communities and foster a positive residence experience for those of you who wish to continue living in residence. PSs hold office hours and you are encouraged to visit them if you have any personal or academic concerns that you would like to address with a peer.

Professional staff who are responsible for the safety and security of a residence building. They supervise and support the CA, TL and PS teams. Coordinators are here to ensure that the Residence Agreement and Student Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures are being followed and act as a resource to students who may require additional support.

Need to contact someone from Residence Life, send us an email at [email protected].

Joshua

“I have worked for Housing Services at uOttawa for the past two years and it has been some of the most memorable times of my undergrad.”

Joshua

Kaylee

“The Residence Life community has influenced me more than any organization I’ve ever been a part of. They shape me into a better version of myself!”

Kaylee