Working in Residence offers: community building, leadership development, impact making, supporting students, fostering connections & interpersonal skill development

RESIDENCE LIFE STUDENT STAFF APPLICATION
Applications are open

Residence Life Student Staff Hiring Timeline

Thurs, June 10, 2021: Applications open
Mon, July 5, 2021: Applications close
Mon, July 12, 2021: Interviews Starts
Thurs, July 14, 2021: Interviews end
Fri, July 16, 2021: Offers Sent
Wed, July 21, 2021: Acceptance deadline


How do I apply?
Applications Open – Thursday June 10 2021 @ 12 pm EDT
Applications Close – Monday July 5 2021 @ 11:59 EDT

Register & view job descriptions at: https://queens.erezlife.com/login/

If you require any accommodations or during the application process, or information in an alternate format please contact Residence Life at reslife@queensu.ca or 613-533-6790.

As a Queen’s student, you need to create an eRez account:
1. Visit: https://queens.erezlife.com/login/
2. Click on “activate account
3. Enter your Queen’s email address (and ignore the RMS #)


As a non-Queen’s or BISC student:
1. Email reslife@queensu.ca with your full name and email address that you wish your application to be tied to
2. Residence Life will create an account for and then you will receive a “eRezLife Password Reset” email from eRezlife software at which time you can create your own password and login to access the Don applications


What does a Residence Life student staff member do?

Please visit https://queens.erezlife.com/login/ for more information regarding the Residence Don Job Summary.  You can also download the Residence Don and Residence Program Assistant Job Description below.

Currently hiring for Residence Dons

The Living Learning Communities (LLCs) for 2021-2022 are Nursing, Computer Science, Science, Engineering, Eco-Friendly, Active Living, Creative Arts and Leadership.


Residence Student Staff Roles

Why be a Don?

Being a Residence Don provides a rewarding experience, not only in impacting the student experience on-campus, but also in receiving opportunities to develop and hone a wide array of transferable life and career skills. The Residence Life & Services Department is committed to providing a supportive, safe and positive environment, where both our residents and staff members can learn and grow.

Why be a Residence Program Assistant (RPA)?

Residence Program Assistants help coordinate large scale events that help foster a sense of belonging within the larger residence community. These events focus on the student experience and compliment Don community programs. The Residence Life & Services Department is committed to providing a supportive, safe and positive environment, where both our residents and staff members can learn and grow.

Residence Student Staff Information Sessions

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Career Services Interview Preparation Resources

For help in preparing for your interview please reach out to Career Services to schedule an appointment. https://careers.sso.queensu.ca/home.htm