Residential Life Assistant (live in role)
New York University in London
|Contract Type:||Contract / Temporary|
|Placed on:||18th October 2016|
|Closes:||7th November 2016|
NYU London is currently recruiting for a Residential Life Assistant (live in role): intersession, Spring and summer programmes, 2017.
The primary focus of this fixed term, full time, live-in post will be upon providing high quality, efficient, and positive customer service in supporting students from pre-arrival through to departure, and providing them with a living environment that fosters a strong sense of community. The postholder will work closely with colleagues in the Residential Life and Student Life teams, and with Facilities Management staff, outsourced security and housekeeping personnel, along with various teams at NYU London’s Academic Centre, and short term programme leaders, assisting with the day-to-day administration of the residence halls utilised by NYU London to accommodate students to ensure they operate effectively. There will be on-call duties involved in the role, on a rota system with other staff, and some evening & weekend work is required. A self-contained studio room in a student residence hall is provided (inclusive of all utility bills).
For full details including job description, duties, and application procedure, please go to: https://global-nyu.icims.com/jobs/2460/residential-life-assistant-%28live-in-role%29---nyu-london/job
About NYU London
NYU London, an affiliate of New York University, aims to create a study abroad programme of exceptional quality for its students, offering around 500 undergraduate and postgraduate students per semester (including approximately 75 freshmen students) from the USA the opportunity to spend one semester or more living in London whilst studying for NYU accredited courses.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 7th November.
NYU London plans to hold interviews on 14th & 15th November. Candidates who have not heard from NYU London by that time should assume their application has been unsuccessful.
The successful candidates should have the right to live and work in the UK prior to appointment.
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