The Office of Housing and Residence Life employs students in a variety of ways! If you are interested in joining our team, please click on the position link below to learn more.





Building Manager: The BM performs assigned duties of a manual nature that allow the overall mission of the department and the University to continue without interruption to student service and development. The nature of this position requires that the employee be able to work independently to accomplish duties and to maintain standards for safety for the immediate work area and for the entire on campus community.




Resident Services Coordinator: RSCs are the first employee an individual sees when they enter the residence hall building. They are representatives of OHRL and of Rutgers University. The RSC will be responsible for handling an array functions that help to provide security for the residence hall such as checking IDs, screening visitors for building entry, assisting students that are locked out of their room, etc. 




Resident Assistant: The RA is the most immediate link with residence hall students and must serve as a resource person for students living on the floor and in the hall. RAs are student staff that have received much training in order to live in the community and assist others. Resident Assistants are here to listen to your concerns and enforce University policies by serving in an on call duty rotation. They may also be contacted for general questions, concerns, or problems.





Graduate Program Coordinator: The core part of this position is the supervision of the undergraduate Resident Assistants. You will serve as a mediator between the RAs and the Assistant Director, providing them with support in fulfilling their roles and responsibilities. The GPC will also serve the department by becoming aware of residents who are experiencing inter/intrapersonal challenges, including by not limited to roommate conflicts, academic concerns, home sickness etc. Additionally, the GPC serves in an on-call duty rotation.