Community Assistant Coordinator

Become a Community Assistant Coordinator

Community Assistant Coordinators (CACs) are University Housing Staff leaders that play a critical role for the safety and security of the residential communities, residents, guests, and housing staff. Community Assistant Coordinators will assist the Desk Supervisor in overseeing the Service Desk operations, serve as a peer mentor by providing leadership and supporting the Community Assistants, possess knowledge of and uphold University policies, rules, and regulations to assist Community Assistants follow proper service desk procedures, and provide quality Customer Service. 


Employment Opportunities for Summer 2021 and the 2021-2022 Academic Year

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Application Process 

  • Community Assistant Coordinator Recruitment & Selection Timeline: 
    • Wednesday, April 28: Application live for all applicants 
    • Thursday, May 20:  Applications due and the application closes at 11:59 p.m. 
    • Tuesday, May 25 – Friday, May 28: Interviews
    • Monday, May 31: Employment offers sent 
    • Thursday, June 3: Deadline to accept or decline employment offer

Employment Eligibility and Qualifications

To be eligible and qualified for the Community Assistant Coordinator position, a student must meet the following requirements: 

  • Credit Hours: Enrolled in at least 12 undergraduate credit hours, or 9 graduate credit hours, but no more than 18 credit hours during the Fall and Spring semesters
    1. Students enrolled in their final semester prior to graduating may request approval to remain in the Community Assistant Coordinator position with fewer than the enrolled credit hour requirements.
    2. Students are not required to be enrolled for any credit hours during the Summer sessions if they are enrolled for during the Fall and Spring semesters. 
    3. To be eligible for summer employment, students not enrolled for any credit hours for the Fall semester must be enrolled in credit hours during Summer sessions.  
  • Grade Point Average: A minimum of a 2.8 cumulative grade point average at the time of appointment, and once employed, maintain at minimum a 2.8 cumulative and semester grade point average. 
  • University Disciplinary Charges or Sanctions: Students are not eligible for the Community Assistant Coordinator position if; at the time of the employment offer, start of employment, and during employment the student: 
    1. Is on Academic Integrity Probation for less than one full Fall or Spring semester related to academic misconduct under the Code of Student Conduct; or, 
    2. Has any active sanctions related to non-academic misconduct under the Code of Student Conduct. 
  • Housing Application and Agreement: Complete the Housing Application, which includes accepting the Housing Agreement.

Compensation

Community Assistant Coordinator receive a stipend and are provided a Housing Assignment and Technology based on the functions and responsibilities of the position. A breakdown of the compensation can be viewed within the job description.