The University of North Florida Department of Housing and Residence Life is a featured program.
Full–time, Professional Staff
Residence Life Coordinators (RLCs) are full–time, live–in staff members who manage a total of six residential areas on campus, housing approximately 3,000 residents. Currently, half of the RLCs at UNF supervise graduate student staff, and all six coordinators supervise anywhere from 7–20 undergraduate student staff.
Graduate Staff members with the Department are known as Assistant Residence Life Coordinators (ARLCs), and are responsible for advising Area Councils for their respective areas as well as co–supervising six undergraduate student staff members with a full–time Residence Life Coordinator. Most ARLCs are enrolled in the higher education master’s program at UNF, although they are not required to be a part of a Student Affairs/Higher Education focused program to be employed with the Department.
Student Staff Positions
There are three undergraduate student staff positions that the Department of Housing and Residence Life employs – the Resident Assistants (RAs), Learning Community Assistants (LCAs), and Community Assistants (CAs).
CA – Lives and works with the residents of The Flats at UNF.
LCA – Work with the students living in one of our eight Living Learning Communities; their primary responsibility is the community development of the LLC and putting on programs and events around the community’s focus.
RA – Lives and works with a group of approximately 30–75 residents in an assigned area of on–campus housing
For more information on undergraduate, graduate, or professional level employment opportunities with UNF, please visit https://www.unf.edu/housing/getinvolved/Employment_Opportunities.aspx.