Who We Are:

The Residence and Campus Life Office consists of five professional staff members and 20 student staff members consisting of residence assistants, coordinators and residence support assistants. We are also supported by our team of 15 student staff at the Residence Information Desk. Where we collectively work together to serve a community of over 400 residence students.

Who You Are:

During this selection process, we are seeking:

  • Full time students who bring passion, drive, and a genuine interest in supporting others and seeing them grow and succeed.
What You’ll Do:
  • Serve as a role model for a community of students in residence (predominantly first year)
  • Advise and mentor students on personal and academic matters
  • Respond to mental health concerns, first-aid emergencies and non-emergencies taking place within the residences
  • Facilitate social networking for residents by hosting unit meetings and events
  • Work closely with residence managers and fellow residence staff colleagues to foster safe and positive campus environment.
What We Offer:
  • A stipend that covers cost of room accommodations, paid biweekly
  • Professional development opportunities via extensive staff training curriculum
  • A collaborative and engaging work culture
  • Opportunity to join of team of people-focused staff members

All applicants must submit the following:

  1. Resume – include two references. No cover letter required.
  2. Written submission (400 words maximum)
    What inspired you to apply for the Residence Staff position? How do you hope to inspire residents?
  • SHARE:
    Share with us some of your experiences at King’s, in residence and in your life experience which could contribute to your excellence as a Residence Staff Member.
    Where do you find your motivation to succeed, excel and overcome challenges? How do you motivate others?

Applications due by:

January 17 @ noon

For position descriptions and process information
New residence life staff information package

Submit Your Application