Facilities Managers

Each residence hall has a facilities manager who is responsible for maintaining the building. Though facilities managers don't do repairs, they coordinate maintenance and custodial efforts and ensure that they are completed in a timely, efficient manner. They also are responsible for the upkeep of the front desk and supervision of the desk receptionist staff.

Apartment Manager and Facilities Manager Positions

The manager positions are advanced employment positions within the Office of Residence Life that require confident, competent, and committed student leaders. The managers in both the residence halls and the apartments contribute to their residential communities through supervision of a building front desk, management of facilities concerns, and attention to building occupancy due to students moving in or out.

The ideal manager candidate is a current junior, senior, or graduate student who has two years of previous work experience, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 at the time of application, and is in good standing with the university. Quality candidates will have a commitment to personal integrity and will be able to demonstrate good organizational, management, and interpersonal skills. Managers are expected to hold 10 office hours each week that occur both during University business hours as well as the evening for access to students. Academic program will be considered in regards to ability to fulfill the expectations of the position.

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Manager Selection

Thank you for your interest in the Manager position. Take the following steps to apply for the Apartment Manager or Facilities Manager position.

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