Summer Camp & Conference Assistant

Eastern Kentucky University Richmond , KY 40475

Posted 2 weeks ago

EKU Housing & Residence Life fosters the development, engagement, and success of our residential community by providing an inclusive home that enhances the collegiate experience. Camp Assistants are integral to the goals of EKU Housing & Residence Life by providing customer service, university resources, and security protocol to campers in our camp residence halls.

As a Camp Assistant you would be responsible for completing administrative paperwork/forms in regards to performing walk-throughs of residence halls, performing check-ins and check-outs of camps as well as participation in an on-call rotation and desk coverage under the supervision an RHC, GRHC or a designated ACUHO-I Intern. Camp Assistant responsibilities also include assisting EKU Housing & Residence Life with various administrative tasks as needed throughout the summer.

Scheduled hours will be a minimum of 10 hours and up to 20 hours per week. Applicants must be willing to work a flexible schedule including weekdays, evenings, mornings, and weekends.

Compensation includes a $750 stipend and free living accommodations in a campus residence hall. Position begins in May and ends in August.


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