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Be the Spark and apply for a student leadership position in University Housing.

Positions within University Housing for students are found on the ASU Student Employment Page. To apply for a position for the 2022-2023 Academic Year, please read below and make sure you apply to the correct Requisition (REQ) Number, as we may have similar positions posted for immediate openings.

The requisitions for the Community Assistant (CA) positions will close at 3:00 p.m. on December 1, 2021.

The application for the Greek Leadership Village Assistant (GLVA) position will launch on or around January 10, 2022.

For questions about these processes, please contact Lazaro Gonzalez, Community Director, at lazaro.gonzalez@asu.edu.

Become a Community Assistant (CA) or Greek Leadership Village Assistant (GLVA)

Becoming a CA or GLVA is a great way to get involved on-campus and make a difference in the lives of your fellow students. If you’re looking for a dynamic leadership experience at ASU, then read below about our selection process, visit an Information Session, and apply to be a part of our team! Reference the table below to be sure you apply to the correct position/campus that you are interested in.

Downtown Community Assistant

(Taylor Place)

73058BR

Apply by 3:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2021

Greek Leadership Village Assistant

REQ will be posted on or around January 10, 2022

Polytechnic Community Assistant

(Century, Lantana, North Residence Halls, Palo Blanco, West Desert Village)

73060BR

Apply by 3:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2021

Polytechnic Family Housing Community Assistant

 

73070BR

Apply by 3:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2021

Tempe Community Assistant

(922 Place, Adelphi Commons I, Adelphi Commons II, Barrett Residential Complex, Center Complex, Hassayampa, Manzanita, McClintock, Palo Verde East, Palo Verde West, San Pablo, Sonora, Tooker House, University Towers, Villas at Vista, Vista del Sol)

73062BR

Apply by 3:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2021

West Campus Community Assistant

(Casa de Oro, Las Casas)

73067BR

Apply by 3:00 p.m. on Dec. 1, 2021

CA Selection Process

  • Step 1 – Attend an Information Session in November. Info sessions are highly recommended and an important part of understanding the role of Community Assistants. If you are unable to attend an info session in your community, you can attend one in any other community or talk to your Community Director.
  • Step 2 – Apply on HR Website by 3:00 p.m. on December 1, 2021.
  • Step 3 – Submit the Housing Student Staff Preference Form by 3:00 p.m. on December 1, 2021. The preference form will be an opportunity for you to indicate which community or communities you would like to be considered for. A preference form MUST be submitted in addition to the application on the employment website.
  • Step 4 - Participate in interview(s) in January/February for candidates who qualify. Offers will be made in early March 2022.

CA Position Summary

The CA position is often referred to as one of the most challenging and rewarding leadership roles an undergraduate can pursue. As a CA, you work directly with first-year or upper-division students to not only ensure a safe and responsible environment, but also to intentinally forge connections that build an engaging residential college or upper-division housing experience. The CA is a leader within the ommunity and as such is expected to actively build relationships with other students, serve as a mentor, resource referral, and role model to others. All CAs are required to live in the residence hall for the duration of their position.

University Housing believes our CAs are the most important members of our team. This is the flagship student paraprofessional position on our team. Their role is critical in providing services and support to students in our residence halls and representing both the needs of students and university administration.

Skills/Experience Required

  • Applicants must have and maintain a minimum cumulative and semester GPA of 2.75 (3.0 for Barrett, the Honors College and for graduate student CAs)
  • Applicants must be at sophomore status or above, enrolled full-time in classes at ASU by the start of the appointment period (July 2022).
  • Contract positions are late-July through mid-May, and Polytechnic Campus Family Housing is mid-May through mid-May.
    • Including some weekdays, weekends, break periods, and University-approved holidays or closures.
  • Applicants must also be in good standing with University Housing and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and previous extracurricular involvement either in high school or with other organizations on campus.
  • Ability to connect with and relate to a diverse population of students.
  • A minimum of 20 hours of free time to dedicate to this position each week.
    • This position is classified with ASU Human Resources as a 20-hours per week position. Students in this role may only work an additional 5 hours in another position on campus outside of Education Outreach & Student Services.
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to build inclusive relationships with other students and student leaders.

Employment Locations

  • Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe, West

Compensation

  • Yearly stipend of $920 for 1st year CAs, $1150 for 1st year Family Housing CAs
  • Partial Meal Plan when classes are in session
  • Room Credit for a Residence Hall space
    • The value of the credited room and meal plan are reported to Financial Aid.

GLVA Selection Process

  • Step 1 - Attend an Information Session in November. Info sessions are highly recommended and an important part of understanding the role of Greek Leadership Village Assistants.
  • Step 2 - Apply on HR Website by 3:00 p.m. on January 31, 2022. The application will go live in early January.
  • Step 3 - Participate in interview(s) in February for candidates who qualify. Offers will be made in late-March/early-April 2022.

GLVA Position Summary

The Greek Leadership Village Assistant role was created to provide additional support to fraternity and sorority residents in the 27 chapter facilities in the Greek Leadership Village and the Greek Community Center. This live-on, 20-hour per sweek position works directly with upper-division fraternity and sorority residential students to not only ensure a safe and responsible environment, but also intentionally forge connections that build an engaging residential experience. The Fraternity and Sorority Village Asisstant is a community leader, and as such is expected to actively build relationships with other fraternity and sorority students, serve as a mentor, resource referral and role model to others.

Within Fraternity and Sorority Life, we believe our GLVAs are the most important members of our team. Their role is critical in providing services and support to students in our community and in fairly representing bot hthe needs of the students and the university administration.

Skills/Experience Required

  • Applicants must be a member of a fraternity/sorority residing in the Greek Leadership Village.
  • Applicants must have and maintain a minimum cumulative and semester GPA of 2.75.
  • Applicants must be at sophomore status or above, enrolled full-time in classes at ASU by the start of the appointment period (July 2022).
  • Contract positions are late-July through mid-May.
    • Including some weekdays, weekends, break periods, and University-approved holidays or closures
  • Applicants must be in good standing with their individual fraternity/sorority and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and previous extracurriular involvement either in high school or with other organizations on campus
  • Ability to connect with and relate to a diverse population of students.
  • A minimum of 20 hours of free time to dedicate to this position each week.
    • This position is classifed with ASU Human Resources as a 20-hour per week position. Students in this role may only work an additional 5 hours in another position on campus outside of Educational Outreach & Student Services.
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to build inclusive relationships with other students and student leaders
  • Applicants serving as a President or House Manager of their chapter facility are ineligible to serve as a GLVA during their same term.

Employee Locations

  • Tempe

Compensation

  • The compensation package includes a stipend equivalent to the cost of the room credit and meal plan.

Be the Spark and apply for a student leadership position in University Housing.

Positions within University Housing for students are found on the ASU Student Employment Page. Below you find the requisition numbers for each open position, as well as important information like info session dates and the CA Selection Preference Form that will help place you in a community that will give you the best opportunity to help other Sun Devils thrive.

Become a Community Assistant (CA)

Becoming a CA is a great way to get involved on-campus and make a difference in the lives of your fellow students. If you’re looking for a dynamic leadership experience at ASU, then read below about our selection process, visit an Information Session, and apply to be a part of our team!

CA Selection Process

  • Step 1 – Attend an Information Session in November. Info sessions are highly recommended and an important part of understanding the role of Community Assistants. If you are unable to attend an info session in your community, you can attend one in any other community or talk to your Community Director.
  • Step 2 – Apply on HR Website by December 1.
  • Step 3 – Submit the CA Preference Form by December 8.
  • Step 4 – Participate in Interview(s) in January for candidates who qualify. Offers will then be made by March 1.

Students should apply for CA positions on their respective campuses and use the above Community Assistant Preference Form to indicate their interest in the many communities offered within University Housing - including Residential Colleges, the Barrett Residential College, the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts (CISA), Upper Division Communities, and more.