|Resident Assist Reg Student
||Mr. Curtis C. Smith
||Resident Assistants (RA) are students who are selected and trained to|
lead, live, and work within the residence hall areas. Their major
responsibilities and training lay in facilitating community
development, customer service, responding to student needs, assisting
the Resident Director, and building positive relationships with
|Student Dev Receptionist Ws
||Mr. John M. Ortiz
||Position reports directly to the Resident Director supervising the|
desk of the building. Receptionist desks are located in the
Community Center, Davvisson Honors House, Fails Hall,
Gunn-Henderson Hall, Nowlin Center, Tinius Hall, and
University House. On average, each recepionist works
8 hours a week. The receptionist desk hours include day,
evening, late night, and weekends.
Primary responsibilities include:
Having a welcoming and friendly attitude towards those entering
and exiting the building.
Assist student's needs. This includes, but not limited to,
checking out keys and unlock codes, checking out
recreational equipment, checking out vaccuums, and help
answer questions or inquiries.
Manage regular operations of the desk. This includes, but not
limited to, maintaining a clean and enjoyable environment,
being attentive to the happenings of the lobby, field phone
calls, and manage money transactions.
Assist OC personnel and off-campus contractors as needed.
Take initiative and complete tasks with minimal supervision.
Have a good judgement about what items need to be brought
to the supervisor's attention and the urgency thereof.
Attend individual and group meetings with the supervisor.
Other duties as assigned specific to the desk.
Additional qualifications include:
Having a professional appearance and demeanor.
Dependable and punctual.
Interpersonal, oral, and written skills.
Keen attention to details, and ability to keep accurate records
Computer literacy and skill, knowledge of Google, and ability to
learn additional software.
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