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Mesa Court Center Attendant 2017-2018 Application
The Mesa Court Center Attendants are responsible for providing general information about Mesa Court, and assisting with the overall operation of the Community Center, Mailroom, Recreation and Fitness Center as well as the Housing Office. Such responsibilities include helping to organize, implement and evaluate various types of programs, including tournaments, assisting with the reservation process of rooms and the provision of audiovisual and other recreational and programmatic equipment, forwarding and distributing mail, ensuring the smooth operation of the Computer Lab including monitoring use and equipment, providing advice to Computer Lab users, checking for loss or damage of equipment, rooms, and packages, assisting with the overall maintenance and upkeep of the Centers, and assisting in the completion of various tasks and projects in support of the professional staff of Mesa Court. All Center Attendants are expected to work their assigned shifts on weekdays, weeknights, and weekends as well as those during finals weeks and on some holidays. Center Attendants will be expected to meet with any of the Center Managers and will be expected to participate in mandatory weekly staff meetings held every Wednesday from 4-5pm. The successful candidate should have proven leadership and customer service experience/skills, programming/event planning experience, the ability to work independently, take initiative, and be proactive, good decision-making skills, and have basic computer skills for data entry and word processing. Further, the successful Center Attendant should have the ability to work well within a team, demonstrate flexibility, communicate effectively, and show attention to detail.

Remuneration for the Center Attendant position is $10.50 for first time Center Attendants and $10.75 for returning Center Attendants. Paid biweekly by check or direct deposit. Start date is tentatively September 25th, 2017 with an end date of June 15, 2018. This position allows for possible extension throughout the summer. This position is also compatible with work-study and non work-study. Weekly hours include a MINIMUM of 13 hours a week and a maximum of 19.5 hours.

***You must submit your Resume and Transcript to mesa.hiring.manager@gmail.com by 11:59pm on April 20th, 2017 to be considered for the position. Please make sure all submissions are in .pdf form.***

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Have you or are you currently working on campus?
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Do you plan on working more than one on campus job for the 2017-2018 academic year?
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Do you expect to receive a Work Study Award for the 2017-2018 academic year?
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What involvements/commitments/leadership positions will you have during the 2017-2018 academic year?
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Why are you interested in being a part of the Mesa Court Center Attendant team?
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Please provide an example of a time when Customer Service positively or negatively influenced your experience, and explain how this shaped your personal definition of customer service.
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STUDENT STAFF BEHAVIORAL GUIDELINES: As a student staff member in undergraduate housing at UCI, you have a significant responsibility and privilege to serve as a role model and leader for our campus, within your community, and to our residential student population as a whole. It is our intention as housing professional staff to provide you with the skills, knowledge base, and support needed to facilitate your success in this role. One of the most challenging aspects of being a student staff member is determining how choices you make or behaviors you engage in can impact your work and the residential community. Because being a role model and leader has no “start or end time,” you are expected to consider your role on staff in your decision-making processes. While we respect and value individual differences, we recognize that your behavior and choices impact both your effectiveness as a leader and role model within our residential community and our ability as a housing program to serve students effectively. To that end, we wanted to provide you with some guidelines that can assist you as you make those choices over the course of your employment. Ultimately, be aware that if at any time your behavior on or off the “job” negatively impacts the residents and/or your effectiveness as a staff member, we will need to evaluate your continued employment as a student staff member. Below you will find a list of behaviors which we would caution you not to engage in while serving as Undergraduate Housing staff. Such behavior, in our opinion, reflects poorly on you, your ability to serve as a leader and role model within the UCI and residential communities, and upon housing as a whole. Other than self-defense, at no time should you engage in a physical altercation. While we hope you will never find yourself in a situation that requires that you defend yourself from harm, you are not to participate in any physical confrontations. Engaging in verbal altercations is inappropriate and does not reflect our values. You are expected to abide by all university and housing policies at all times. Under no circumstances is it acceptable for you to provide or purchase alcohol for underage residents or to consume or possess alcohol if you are under the age of 21. In addition, we will have no tolerance for the use, possession, production, selling, or growing of any illegal substances. If a fellow student or community member alleges that you engaged in sexual conduct that is criminal in nature, unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, a consensual relationship which creates a conflict of interest, or conduct in violation of the University’s non-discrimination policies (including sexual harassment based on gender, sex-stereotyping or sexual orientation) we may suspend you from your position while we investigate the allegations. For further information, please go to http://www.sho.uci.edu. We expect you to take the responsibilities of your position seriously. If you intentionally misuse or are neglectful in your use of keys, are intoxicated while performing official duties, fail to respond when on duty, misuse information gathered and/or known as a result of your position, or violate any of the other terms of your employment, you may be dismissed from your position. As a role model and employee of undergraduate housing, one of your responsibilities is to behave in a manner reflective of our organization’s values while in your complex, or elsewhere on or off campus. We ask that you keep in mind the fact that your purpose as a staff member is to enhance and facilitate the development of our residential communities and our students. There can be no tolerance for behaviors that endanger the safety and security of our residents and/or raise liability concerns, such as those listed above. A decision to engage in these behaviors is likely to result in termination from your position as a housing employee. While this list is in no way exhaustive, we do hope it will help you to think about the behaviors you engage in and the choices you may make while in your position as a leader and role model in undergraduate housing. We take your role and the impact you have on the campus, the community, and our students very seriously; we ask that you do the same and recognize the potential you have to make a meaningful and lasting impact on the students we serve.
Please Read the following General Requirements for all Mesa Court Student Staff:
MESA COURT STAFF GUIDELINES: Staff members must commit to the position for one academic school year with a start date tentatively of September 25th, 2017 and an end date of June 15th, 2018. Staff members must adhere to all Mesa Court Housing and University of California policies and procedures. Enroll in a minimum of 12 units per quarter and maintain full-time student status. They must maintain a 2.4 cumulative and quarterly GPA and be in good academic standing. Participate, support, and assist with the opening and closing of the residence halls in Mesa Court. Support, participate and assist with the coordination of Student Housing and Mesa Court wide events including, but not limited to, such events as Spring Tours, and Celebrate UCI. Attend the Mandatory Employment Paperwork Session to complete employment paperwork as given. Participate in all staff development, training sessions, weekly meetings and staff gatherings.
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