“Hire a championship team, not a team of champions”
The ORS Council is not "one size fits all." A mixture and balance of personalities, strengths, leadership styles, levels of experience, and more needs to exist on each floor, within each facility, and residence wide. This mixture and balance is what has allowed ORS to be successful, year after year.
An RA Info Evening is the best opportunity to learn about becoming a Residence Assistant (RA). The role, expectations, and benefits of the RA position will be explained by Housing Services staff and current RAs. Each will share experiences, testimonials, examples, and more. All attendees are encouraged to ask any questions.
Attendance at an Info Evening is not required, but recommended as an excellent opportunity to learn more about the position and improve the quality of your application.
Information Evenings Schedule | FEBRUARY 2021
|February 8th| 5PM | MS Teams|
|February 11th | 5PM | MS Teams|
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Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. All others are thanked in advance for their interest.
|Current Job Postings||Closing Date|
|PEP (Peer Education Programmer) 2021/2022||Monday March 1, 2021 at 4PM|
|Senior Residence Assistant (RA) 2021/2022||Friday February 12, 2021 at 4PM|
|New Residence Assistant (RA) 2021/2022||Monday March 1, 2021 at 4PM|
|ORS Operations Team 2021/2022||Monday March 8, 2021 at 4PM|
|Summer Residence Assistant 2021||TBA|
|Summer Residence Mentor 2021||TBA|
See current job posting for competition closing deadline.Submit your application online prior to the date the position closes and include a cover letter, resume with references, and recent unofficial uLethbridge transcript.
If selected, interview
For most positions, the interview will consist of an individual interview. For the RA positions, the interview will consist of a two-stage process: a group interview followed by an individual interview.
|Group interview (RA positions only) | Qualified candidates will be invited to attend an evening event to display skills and abilities, and get acquainted with the members of the hiring committee. The group interview includes, but is not limited to: activities and ice breakers, case studies, role play scenarios, and behavioral and situational questions.|
|Individual interview (All positions) | Outstanding candidates will be invited to attend a more traditional interview, where the hiring committee will ask a series of questions assessing the candidate’s level of experience, leadership style, strengths, personality, fit for the position, and more.|