Student Assistants Selection Process

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Student Housing and Residence Life is excited to announce that we are currently in the process of selecting student assistants for the summer and/or the 2022-2023 academic year. We encourage those that are interested to review the positions below and submit an application for any area of interest. If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact Student Housing at housing@csueastbay.edu.

The conference assistant supports the Conference Coordinator by keeping track of emails received, making sure items are prepared ahead of time, supporting the guest service assistants, and billing. Once- three times a week the conference assistant will be on call through the night for any overnight conference issues or concerns. Other functions might be required based on need. This is a year-round position including summer and requires applicants to live on-campus for the summer- housing is part of the compensation packet.

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Guest Service Assistants are responsible for supporting guests at check-in and through their stay. Prior to guests’ arrival, they are required to prepare rooms and make sure everything the guest requests is ready. After departure, they have to remove conference belongings and report any damages. Once to three times a week, Guest Service Assistants will be on call through the night for any overnight conference issues or concerns. This position is only for the summer and requires successful applicants to live on-campus housing will be part of the compensation packet.

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Building Service Assistants support the Building Service Coordinator with resident network access, housing BayCard services, programming, vendors, and other projects as needed.

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Customer Service Assistants support the Lassen Hall main office functions during business hours by answering the phone, responding to the housing email, and assisting walk-ins. From time to time they assist in special projects within the office.

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Mailroom assistants are responsible for receiving, logging, issuing, and retuning packages. They must be able to maintain a good relationship with residents and carriers as well as multitask and keep track of notes.

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Residence Hall Front Desk Assistants are responsible for the safety and security of the Residence Halls in the evening hours for weekdays and/or weekends. They help to monitor the buildings and report concerns as well as provide resources and answer questions residents may have. This position is for the 22-23 academic year.

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The marketing assistant supports the department by creating flyers as requested, tabling, maintaining social media pages, and keeping track of the marketing inventory. Additional projects may be assigned outside of the marketing needs.

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The Commercial Services Assistant will support the department with filing, billing, reconciliation and assist vendors in various ways such as table set up/clean up, providing parking permits, etc.. The Commercial Services Assistant will also assist with the management of vending machines, including conducting weekly rounds of campus to inspect all vending machines, reporting issues, following up on refund requests, etc. Additional duties might be assigned based on need.

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Timelines

timelines

Date

Details

March 17th - March 24th

Collecting Applications

March 24th - March 27th

Application reviews and interview requests will be sent out


Only selected applicants will receive an interview invitation

March 28th -March 31st

Interviews

March 31st- April 7th

Offer letters will be sent out


*Applicants must respond to the offer within two days of receiving the offer email

April 7th- April 14th

Live Scan & Verifications


Applicants who are offered a position and accepted must complete this step

April 14th- April 21st

Hiring packets and payroll

Things you’ll need complete if offered a position:

Livescan: This applies if you have never completed one for the campus or it’s been 2 or more years since your last one. You will receive more information regarding this after accepting your offer.

Hiring Packet: You will receive more information regarding this after results from your livescan come back. Please note it can take 1-2 weeks to receive the livescan results. The hiring packet also includes going to payroll and completing I-9 Employment Verification paperwork if you have not worked on campus. It is recommended that you gather all documents needed for the completion of this paperwork in advance so it does not delay your on-boarding process. For more information about documents you may need, please refer to the following link:

https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents/acceptable-documents

Online Training Modules: You will receive more information on required onboarding training once your hiring paperwork is processed and your staff email is set up. Please note it can take a few weeks (and sometimes longer) for all paperwork to process.