Attn: Students — Job Opportunities in GSRC / Housing Sustainability
Are you passionate about sustainability and social justice?
The following positions serve in critical roles to support the mission and vision of UCI Student Housing’s Sustainability Program in partnership with the Global Sustainability Resource Center (GSRC).
- GSRC Office Coordinator (June 2016 –June 2017)
- The GSRC Office Coordinator will manage daily operations of the Global Sustainability Resource Center, administer Center communications, as well as place, train, and oversee GSRC and Student Housing Sustainability Interns.
- EarthReps Coordinator (September 2016—June 2017)
- The EarthReps Coordinator oversees the recruitment, training, and progress of up to 20 students as Earth Representatives. EarthReps is a student training and community building internship for undergraduate on-campus residents offering education, skills, and hands-on experiences broadly related to sustainability.
- Residence Life Undergraduate Programmer (September 2016—June 2017)
- The Sustainability Undergraduate Residence Life Programmer will manage or provide support to specific projects that serve campus residents, residence life student staff, and residential community representative bodies. The programmer will work to design, promote, implement, and evaluate sustainability initiatives throughout the Housing Department. The Sustainability Programmer will be a representative to the Resident Housing Association (RHA).
How To Apply
You may apply for all positions in one form. Please note which you are interested in and the order of preference.
Extended Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 11 at 11:59 p.m.
- Why are you interested in the position(s) for which you are applying? (Please respond separately for each position you are applying for.)
- If hired, how will you enhance the GSRC and/or Student Housing community and serve as a role model to the campus?
- For Coordinator applicants: How would you go about building cohesion among our student staff team? For Programmer applications: How would you work towards building cohesion and gaining support amongst the RHA and student resident community?
- Describe your approach to working independently or working with minimal supervision. Please also describe your experience in working independently (if any).
- What are your time commitments for the 2016-2017 academic year?
Please be prepared to submit as one document:
- One-page Cover Letter explaining your interest and qualifications for the position if not covered in the application questions..
- Resume or list of activities
- At least two references (contact information only)
You will also need to submit a writing or project sample of at least 3-5 pages.
If you are encountering difficulty with the application, or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rachel Harvey firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-824-5263.