Working for Residences
Looking for a part-time position in Residences? We have a number of opportunities, both during the school year and the summer months:
Residence Life Staff
Apply to be a Residence Program Assistant (RPA), part of the Residence Life team – applications are now closed for the 19/20 academic year.
Residence Dons, Residence Program Assistants and Facilitators are an important part of our Residence Life team. Note: no positions currently available.
Residence Move-In Assistant
We are looking for an organized and dynamic student for the Residence Move-In Assistant role. This position, reporting to the Manager (Operations) Residence Life, will work closely with student groups, volunteers, and staff across the Housing and Ancillary portfolio to enhance and execute the Residence move-in experience for 2020.
View the job description here.
Applications are due to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon (12pm) on Friday, February 14th.
Front Desk Staff
The desk representative positions are front line customer service-oriented positions. We are looking for candidates who are organized, able to multitask and have a customer service focused approach to fill a variety of positions. We employ staff for both our academic operation, as well as, our summer conference season. Both positions include a wide range of shifts, responsibilities and teamwork. If you are interested in working for the residence front desks please submit your application and resume by January 31, 2020.
Facilities offers a wide range of casual positions, in support of summer operations, ranging from custodial caretaking/painting to administrative.
Casual Caretakers and Casual Painters
Caretakers: Under the supervision of the Assistant Manager, our housekeeping team provides a variety of services: cleaning student residences, painting, conferencing tasks including bed making, cleaning after guests’ stays and event set-ups. WHMIS and on the job training will be provided.
Painters: Under the supervision of the Facilities Team, our casual painters are responsible for painting surfaces in addition to covering furnishings, patching, taping, sanding, priming, cleaning and maintaining supplies.
To apply for the casual caretaker and/or casual painter position(s), please view the employment application.
Residence Conduct Board
If you are dynamic, enthusiastic, hard working and want to make a difference to the residence community, consider a position on the Residence Conduct Board. Students on the board deliberate on matters concerning Community Standards, and make decisions regarding appeals of Level One and Level Two violations of Community Standards. The positions offer a range of personal and professional development opportunities, as well as a great way to add to your resume. For more information, contact email@example.com. Applications will remain open until all positions are filled. Note: no positions currently available
- Chairs of the Residence Conduct Board (RCB) are responsible for facilitating and ensuring that standard procedures are followed during the Residence Conduct Board hearings. Remuneration for this position is provided.
- Members-at-Large of the Residence Conduct Board (RCB) are members of the Residence Conduct Board who help to uphold Community Standards and are decision makers at hearings. Remuneration for this position is provided.
H&A IT Services
Working under the supervision and direction of H&A IT Services, the Desktop Support and Network Technician will be part of a team responsible for testing all ResTel and ResNet connections and providing desktop support services to the Queen’s Housing and Ancillary Services department. Job Description.
FALL HIRING – SPECIAL WI-FI SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
We are hiring employees for move-in weekend – Job Description.
- The pay is $14/hour + 4% vacation pay
- The candidates must be available to work between the hours of 8am – 8pm
- The job is also advertised on the Queen’s MY CAREER page.
- The training will take place between August 31 and September 7.
- One help desk will be located on Main campus (Victoria Hall, Great Hall) and one at West campus
*Note: transportation will be provided from main campus to west campus
Event Services Staff
Queen’s Event Services hires students to work throughout the year to provide support for on-campus events and summer accommodations. Complete the application available at: https://eventservices.queensu.ca/about-us/employment/
Hospitality Services recruits students interested in acting as an Ombudsperson, or a liaison between the department and student meal plan holders. Note: no positions currently available.
Enrichment Studies Unit
The Enrichment Studies Unit offers exciting opportunities for undergraduate students to share their love of Queen’s with Grade 7-12 students. Our overnight camps, which run in May and August, provide the perfect opportunity to spread your Queen’s Spirit! To apply, visit: https://esu.queensu.ca/join-the-team/