Career Opportunities at Cenntenial Hall
Senior Resident Assistant
A Senior Resident Assistant is an undergraduate or graduate student that serves as a link between management and residents, as well as the implementation of policies, procedures, sales and regulations. The SRA is responsible for a broad range of functions in the community and supervisor of the RA staff.
The Senior Resident Assistant role is one of leadership, trust, and honor and contributes significantly to the personal growth and development of the staff member and his/her peers. The Senior Resident Assistant position offers additional opportunities and experiences for effective leadership, supervision, and management (planning, organizing, motivating, controlling, and evaluating).
The Senior Resident Assistant is a student member of the staff who works closely with property residents and fellow Resident Assistants. As a staff member, he/she will work to build community, maintain communications between management, residents and RAs, and assist in a multitude of administrative tasks. The Senior Resident Assistant is responsible for the development of a residential community that enhances the total collegiate experience. These goals may only be accomplished through SRA availability in his/her building and around the community. The majority of the Senior Resident Assistant's responsibilities involve direct contact with residents and his/her RAs. Some of the most important SRA responsibilities are to serve as a role model for his/her peer RAs and to be available to all residents living in the community as needed. Basic responsibilities include maintaining communication between Management and the residents and RAs, as well as supporting policies, procedures and regulations.
All SRA appointments are made for the term, and are contingent upon satisfactory performance and compliance with all policies and procedures. Compensation includes a no cost bedroom. SRA candidates must have served as a Resident Assistant for at least two semesters prior to applying for the SRA position. Candidates must maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
A Resident Assistant is a student member of the staff who works closely with residents in the buildings. Our RA's live in the building and are responsible for helping residents adjust and grow. As a staff member, RA's will work to maintain communication between management and residents and assist in a multitude of administrative tasks. The majority of the RA's responsibilities involve direct contact with residents. One of the most important RA responsibilities is to be available to, and spend time with, all residents in the building.
All RA appointments are made for the term, and are contingent upon satisfactory performance and compliance with all policies and procedures. Compensation includes a no-cost (or reduced cost) bedroom and a credit towards their meal plan. RA candidates must be at least a second semester/third quarter first-year student with a minimum 2.5 grade point average.
If you are looking to lead, have fun, and make a difference in the lives of other SUNY-ESF students, this is the job for you! We are looking for energetic, motivated, and passionate students to help shape the Centennial Hall experience. We are looking for leaders and role models as well as students who are creative and driven. Centennial Hall will house all first year students and upper class students and the RAs play a major role in helping them through the year!
At a minimum, you need to have sophomore standing when you begin the position (August 2017) and need to maintain both a semester and cumulative GPA of a 2.5. To apply, please follow the link at the right and complete the application form. You need to submit a current resume highlighting your prior work experience and your involvement on campus.
Applications will be available beginning October 30th, 2017. Info sessions will be held on October 30th and November 7th (keep an eye out for announcements regarding time/location). RA applications are due by 5pm by December 1st, 2017. Late applications will NOT be accepted.
Individual interviews are by invitation only and will begin in the Spring semester of 2018.