Help make Off Campus Apartments a great place to live for everybody! Become an Apartment Coordinator (AC)
How To Become an Apartment Coordinator
UCLA Residential Life is filling new vacancies for the 2019-2020 academic year Apartment Coordinator team. Please review the following timeline regarding our three-stage selection process:
- Online Application - CLOSED
- Individual Interview
Wednesday, July 26, 2019
Friday, August 9, 2019 (@ 11:59 PM PST) or until filled
Qualified candidates will be offered an individual interview on a rolling basis.
What is an Apartment Coordinator?
Apartment Coordinators (ACs) are live-in, part-time (44%) student staff. The AC position connects with residents on a variety of levels to enhance the living and learning experience. ACs function as an after-hours extension of the University Apartments South (UAS) Residential Life team liaising with Housing and Hospitality Services’ maintenance staff, responding to low-level maintenance concerns and maintaining positive relationships with residents and university staff.
Under the supervision of an Assistant Director, ACs perform the following functions:
- Foster and develop community among residents
- Maximize positive resident interaction and their interaction with the campus community
- Know and uphold University Apartments Housing Regulations and document any resident concerns
- Help to maintain the safety and general well-being of residents
- Able to perform hands-on building maintenance functions
- Provide Duty coverage for the off campus housing community on a rotating basis. ACs provide coverage from 6:00pm to 7:00am (Monday - Saturday); 24-hours (Sunday).
- Other duties as assigned
The functions of all ACs are the same; however the manner in which functions are implemented may vary according to the specific community assignment.
Compensation and Perks
- Room & bi-weekly stipend. Housing accommodations provided will be a Studio or 1 Bedroom apartment based on the building assigned. In the event the employee requires a larger unit due to family size, a rental rate fee will be charged separately. This charge will be calculated such that the employee pays the difference of the required unit size rent less the Studio or 1 Bedroom rent as charged to all other students in that unit type in that complex.
- Apartment gas & electricity will be paid according to reimbursement schedule and current guidelines.
- Get résumé boosting experience in leadership, problem-solving and communications.
- It’s a really fun job and you get to make a real difference in the Bruin community!
Dates of Employment
Candidates are considered for a 12-month appointment (July 1st through June 30th) to a University Apartment graduate off-campus community. Employment will start with training in July and continue as needed. Employment start date and initial training details will be provided to those selected for hire to consider before accepting job offer. Participation in all training and ongoing training is mandatory.
- Current undergraduate or graduate UCLA student at time of application (must maintain full-time enrollment per quarter during time of employment.)
- Maintain 2.3 minimum cumulative GPA at time of application, hire, and/or rehire (beginning of Fall Quarter of each academic year)
- Graduate student preferred qualifications: previous Residential Life and/or Housing experience.
- Employment in the Apartment Coordinator job is contingent on successfully passing background checks including student conduct records and state/national crime records
If you have questions about your specific employment eligibility (ex. student visas), you can contact HR@orl.ucla.edu
For general questions about this position or the recruitment process, please email ResLifeUAS@orl.ucla.edu