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Your Next Opportunity Awaits!

University Student Housing is here to serve our students and our team. We look for professionals with a passion for excellence who believe in the power of teamwork, civility, and leadership. Together, we maintain over two million square feet and serve a community of over 8,000 students within our Residence Halls. As one of the largest employers on campus, our department offers the stability, success, and values you can be proud to represent as a professional and a Red Raider. Whether you are a student, an experienced professional, or just starting your career, University Student Housing offers an array of opportunities that are right for you!

Open Professional Staff Positions

Facilities-Custodian

( Apply to Requisition 25945BR )

Custodial staff with University Student Housing serve students by performing daily cleaning operations in accordance with departmental standards, perform emergency cleaning, conduct specialty floor, and carpet treatments, perform room turnovers when summer conference operations are in session, report property damage and repairs, and participate in annual winter break residence hall cleaning. This position serves in an on-call rotation.

Facilities-Facilities Coordinator (Night Shift)

( Apply to Requisition 24867BR )

Facilities Coordinator staff with University Student Housing serve students by conducting diligent foot patrols designed to provide protection of university property against theft, vandalism, and illegal entries. These team members also report observed violations of law or breach of peace to the Texas Tech University Police Department (TTUPD), and maintain effective communication and relationships with TTUPD, Emergency Maintenance and Residence Life staff.

Facilities-Facilities Coordinator Supervisor (Night Shift)

( Apply to Requisition 25348BR )

The Facilities Coordinator Supervisor assists with the management and supervision of Facilities Coordinator full-time and student staff. This position also assists in conducting diligent foot patrols designed to provide protection of university property against theft, vandalism, and illegal entries. This team member also report observed violations of law or breach of peace to the Texas Tech University Police Department (TTUPD), and maintains effective communication and relationships with TTUPD, Emergency Maintenance and Residence Life staff.

Facilities-Lead Custodian

( Apply to Requisition 25859BR )

Lead Custodial staff with University Student Housing serve students by supervising and training all staff in their assigned area to ensure department cleaning standards are met. These team members also conduct visual and written inspections of daily cleaning practices, complete paperwork related to quality, employee leave and accidents, and ensure work orders are submitted in a timely manner. Lead Custodial staff order supplies as needed to maintain accurate inventory and assist in performing emergency cleaning, specialty floor, and carpet treatments, room turnovers when summer conference operations are in session, reporting property damage and repairs, and participating in annual winter break residence hall cleaning. This position will also assume the supervisory responsibilities of the Senior Lead Custodian in their absence. This position serves in an on-call rotation.

Facilities-Tradesperson (Night Shift)

( Apply to Requisition 24336BR )

The Tradesperson performs maintenance and repair of buildings including, but not limited to, doors, windows, walls, ceilings, floors, and electrical circuits. This position conducts nightly inspection patrols of all assigned buildings and meets established standards in observing and reporting deviations in student conduct, maintenance issues and/or criminal activity to the appropriate department. This position maintains acute records of inventory, completes reports and assists Facility Coordinator staff when necessary.

Facilities-Tradesperson (Tile Shop)

( Apply to Requisition 25669BR )

The Tradesperson (Tile Shop) assesses, prepares, and gathers materials needed for each assigned project. They install tile and work on repairs related to projects and ensure appropriate tools and equipment are selected to perform work properly. This staff member implements outstanding attention to detail and maintains accurate inventory of materials and labor for each project as well as assist in determining inventory and labor needs for future projects.

Residence Life-Residence Life Coordinator

( Apply to Requisition 25256BR )

Residence Life Coordinator staff with University Student Housing serve students by performing responsibilities in supervision, advising, administration, crisis response, and summer operations. Residence Life Coordinator staff are responsible for the building management and direct oversight of an assigned residential complex(s). These team members supervisor a full-time Senior Business Assistant, 1-2 Graduate Hall Coordinators, 6-23 Community Advisors and up to 12 Student Assistants. This position serves in an on-call rotation.

Open Student Staff Positions

Administration and Business Services-Housing Ambassador

( Apply to Requisition 23443BR )

Housing Ambassador staff work in the University Student Housing Welcome Center and provide excellent customer service to students, parents, and guests in-person, via phone, email, and chat. Housing Ambassadors assist in university and department recruitment efforts by hosting residence hall tours and serving as a resource to students and staff. Housing Ambassadors receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Administration and Business Services-Marketing Student Videographer

( Apply to Requisition 26047BR )

Student Videographers plan, create and edit video content for social media, the department website and various department marketing campaigns. This position works closely with department professional staff and assists with taking and editing professional photos, posting important events and updates to department social media pages, maintaining inventory of marketing give-a-way items, preparing new employee onboarding bags and assisting with assigned projects. Student Assistants receive $10.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Residence Life-Residential Tutor

( Apply to Requisition 25238BR )

Residential Tutor staff have primary responsibilities in providing peer tutoring in specific subject area(s) to University Student Housing residents and TTU students. Residential tutors are expected to break down and simplify complex information to students and assist students' identification and resolution of personal learning styles, preferences and habits as well as refer students to additional academic support services as appropriate. Residential Tutors receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 12 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Social Justice Advocate

( Apply to Requisition 24526BR )

Social Justice Advocate staff have primary responsibilities in providing leadership and advocacy in the promotion of diversity, multiculturalism, social identity, and social justice within the residential communities at Texas Tech. This also plans and implements programs for residents living within the residence halls across the Texas Tech campus. Social Justice Advocates receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

We recruit for our Student Staff, Graduate Assistants, and ACUHO-I Interns seasonally or as we have opportunities become available. Check-out all of the opportunities we offer below and continue to check back here for open positions.

All Student Staff Positions

Administration and Business Services-Student Ambassadors

Housing Ambassador staff work in the University Student Housing Welcome Center and provide excellent customer service to students, parents, and guests in-person, via phone, email, and chat. Housing Ambassadors assist in university and department recruitment efforts by hosting residence hall tours and serving as a resource to students and staff. Housing Ambassadors receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Administration and Business Services-IT and Support Student Assistant

IT & Support Student Assistant staff travel between residence halls troubleshooting general issues with department issued computers and printers, set-up new devices for staff and department office locations, repair computer and printer equipment as needed, troubleshoot website issues, assist professional programmer and technician staff as requested and complete projects as assigned. Student Assistants receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Administration and Business Services-Marketing Student Assistant

Marketing Student Assistant staff perform creative and administrative duties within the Marketing area as assigned. Duties include, but are not limited to, taking, and editing professional photos and developing graphic design for use on social media, the department website and various department marketing campaigns. This position also assists in posting important events and updates to department social media pages, maintaining inventory of marketing give-a-way items, preparing new employee onboarding bags and assisting with assigned projects. Student Assistants receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Administration and Business Services-Marketing Student Videographer

Student Videographers plan, create and edit video content for social media, the department website and various department marketing campaigns. This position works closely with department professional staff and assists with taking and editing professional photos, posting important events and updates to department social media pages, maintaining inventory of marketing give-a-way items, preparing new employee onboarding bags and assisting with assigned projects. Student Assistants receive $10.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Administration and Business Services-Personnel Office Student Assistant

Personnel Office Student Assistant staff perform administrative duties to assist in department onboarding and offboarding efforts. Administrative functions include, but are not limited to, scanning, updating spreadsheets, making copies, preparing packets, and assisting in staff recruitment efforts as directed. Student Assistants receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Facilities-Interior Design Student Assistants

Interior Design Student Assistant will work on CAD drawings, select finishes, and make sample boards. They will work on various remodeling projects, attend progress meetings, and keep a digital record of each one. They will work with each trade we have here at housing; carpenters, painters, upholstery, etc. They will help decorate showrooms, supervise installations, inventory furniture, and attend weekly project meetings. They will help maintain the library and meet with various manufacturer rep's. They will shadow the licensed Sr. designers daily.

Facilities-Trades Student Assistants

Trades Student Assistants work with one specific trade area, typically Paint, Electric, HVAC, Carpentry, Plumbing, or Maintenance. They assist with work orders, preventative maintenance, projects, and customer service while learning more about the designated trade.

Facilities-Facilities Coordinator Student Assistants

Facilities-Facilities Coordinator Student Assistants Facilities Coordinator Student Assistants are responsible for assisting the Facility Coordinator team with overnight building maintenance, safety checks, reporting, and customer service. They work independently to ensure that our residence halls are operating as they should overnight while helping students with any issues that may arise.

Facilities-Front Office Student Assistants

Front Office Student Assistants work in our Housing Services main office to assist with work control, customer service, and general office duties, such as scanning, copying, entering and processing work orders, and other roles as needed. Additionally, they assist with all facilities internal marketing, including staff appreciation days, recognition, team photography, and more.

Residence Life-Community Advisor

Community Advisor staff work within the residence halls and are responsible for establishing a community environment that is focused on student learning and student success. To accomplish this, the Community Advisor is expected to play a variety of roles. Community Advisors must be flexible and creative in their role as an educator, advisor, mentor, and educational programmer to meet the needs of their residents. This position requires a substantial time commitment and the ability to be available and accessible to the members of their community. Community Advisors receive compensation in the form of housing, a meal plan, and a monthly stipend.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Residential Tutor

Residential Tutor staff have primary responsibilities in providing peer tutoring in specific subject area(s) to University Student Housing residents and TTU students. Residential tutors are expected to break down and simplify complex information to students and assist students' identification and resolution of personal learning styles, preferences and habits as well as refer students to additional academic support services as appropriate. Residential Tutors receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 12 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Student Assistant

Residence Life Student Assistant staff have primary responsibilities in providing customer service to University Student Housing residents, guests, parents, families, and University faculty, staff, and other officials. The SA provides administrative support through the 24-hour service desk and assists in maintaining the safety and security of the residence hall facilities. The Student Assistant work schedule will vary to maintain the 24-hour desk operation. Student Assistants will be required to work a minimum of one three-hour shift per week between the hours of 12:00am – 9:00am. Student Assistants receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Social Justice Advocate

Social Justice Advocate staff have primary responsibilities in providing leadership and advocacy in the promotion of diversity, multiculturalism, social identity, and social justice within the residential communities at Texas Tech. This also plans and implements programs for residents living within the residence halls across the Texas Tech campus. Social Justice Advocates receive $9.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Summer Community Advisor

Summer Community Advisor staff live in the residence halls and have primary responsibilities in community building, administration, on-call/crisis response, and departmental and campus support. Summer Community Advisors are responsible for establishing a community environment that is focused on student learning and student success. To accomplish this, Summer Community Advisors are expected to play a variety of roles. The Summer Community Advisor must be flexible and creative in their role as an educator, advisor, mentor, and educational programmer to meet the needs of their residents. This position requires a substantial time commitment and the ability to be available and accessible to the members of their community. This position is typically employed late May through early August. Summer Community Advisors receive compensation in the form of housing, a meal plan, and a monthly stipend.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Summer Conference Staff

Summer Conference Staff live in the residence halls and assist in the daily management and operation of a Residence Hall/Complex during the summer conference season. As a member of the Residence Life staff, the Conference Staff work professional staff and interns in creating a positive environment for all campus guests. Many times, the Conference Staff is the first contact individuals experience in the residence halls and at Texas Tech University. This position is typically employed late May through early August. Summer Conference staff receive compensation in the form of housing, a meal plan, and a monthly stipend.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

Residence Life-Summer Guest Services Specialist

Summer Guest Services Specialist staff assist in the daily management and operation of a Residence Hall/Complex during the summer conference season. As a member of the Residence Life staff, the Guest Services Specialist works with professional staff and interns in creating a positive environment for all campus guests. Weekly work will include desk coverage at conference residence halls, weekly meetings, housekeeping assistance, building preparation, and other summer operational tasks. Many times, the Guest Services Specialist is the first contact individuals experience in the residence halls and at Texas Tech University. This position is typically employed late May through early August. Guest Services Specialists receive $10.00/Hour and are offered up to 20 hours of work per week.

Learning more about our Residence Life student staff opportunities here.

All Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Hall Coordinator

We recruit our Graduate staff through the Oshkosh Placement Exchange and Independent Search. If you are independently searching, please contact Rachel Kloc, Unit Manager of Student Staff Operations and Training at rachel.kloc@ttu.edu.

The Graduate Hall Coordinator has primary responsibilities in supervision, administration, on-call crisis response, building management and advising. Graduate Hall Coordinators are members of the Residence Life Professional Staff team and are supervised by a Residence Life Coordinator. The Graduate Hall Coordinator position assists in the recruitment, training, and supervision of assigned paraprofessional staff. This position also assists in the management and implementation of the Residential Curriculum, completing student of concern reports, collaborating with internal and external stakeholders, and promoting community development. This position also advises or co advises student organizations as assigned and works to track and maintain complex council account ledgers.

Learn more about our Graduate Opportunities here.

Graduate Assistant-Residence Education and Academic Programs-Learning Communities

We recruit our Graduate staff through the Oshkosh Placement Exchange and Independent Search. If you are independently searching, please contact Rachel Kloc, Unit Manager of Student Staff Operations and Training at rachel.kloc@ttu.edu.

The Graduate Assistant-Residence Education and Academic Programs has primary responsibilities in supervision and advising, administration, on-call crisis response, and learning communities. The Graduate Assistant is a member of the Residence Life Professional Staff team and is supervised by a Manager in Residence Life. This position places a special focus on Coordinating, facilitating, and recording minutes for monthly Learning Community Stakeholder Meetings, coordinating the learning community luncheon, promoting learning community development through LC themed programs, events, and initiatives, and communicating effectively with stakeholders. This position also o-coordinates the annual professing excellence event.

Learn more about our Graduate Opportunities here.

Graduate Assistant-Residence Education and Academic Programs-Residential Tutors

We recruit our Graduate staff through the Oshkosh Placement Exchange and Independent Search. If you are independently searching, please contact Rachel Kloc, Unit Manager of Student Staff Operations and Training at rachel.kloc@ttu.edu.

The Graduate Assistant- Residence Education and Academic Programs has primary responsibilities in supervision and advising, administration, on-call crisis response, and residential tutoring. The Graduate Assistant is a member of the Residence Life Professional Staff team and is supervised by a Manager in Residence Life. This position places a special focus on coordinating all aspects of the residential tutoring program, collaborating with marketing to effectively recruit students for tutoring sessions, co-coordinating the annual professing excellent program, assisting in the development and implementation of departmental academic initiatives, and communicating with stakeholders.

Learn more about our Graduate Opportunities here.

Graduate Assistant-Student Intervention and Prevention Programs

We recruit our Graduate staff through the Oshkosh Placement Exchange and Independent Search. If you are independently searching, please contact Rachel Kloc, Unit Manager of Student Staff Operations and Training at rachel.kloc@ttu.edu.

The Graduate Assistant- Student Intervention and Prevention Programs has primary responsibilities in supervision and advising, administration, on-call crisis response, and student intervention and prevention programs. The Graduate Assistant is a member of the Residence Life Professional Staff and is supervised by a Manager in Residence Life. This position places a special focus on assisting in the development and implementation of prevention programs within University Student Housing, serving as a primary program facilitating with the Full Circle Success program and assisting with minimal low-level student intervention cases as assigned.

Learn more about our Graduate Opportunities here.

All ACUHO-I Internships

Academic Initiatives Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Academic Initiatives Intern is supervised by the Manager of Academic Initiatives. Projects may include develop a marketing plan for Residential Tutoring; research, propose, and develop a learning community stakeholder recognition program, assist with training, hiring, and planning fall training for Residential Tutors, plan faculty/staff move-in volunteers initiative, review and analyze Residential Tutoring data, and review and analyze Learning Community data. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Conference Services Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

Conference Services Interns are supervised by the Manager for Conference Services. Projects may include assisting with camp and conference check-ins and check-outs, facilitating client meetings, conference guest room assignments, cross-training and working with housekeeping for building turnovers, coordinating final details for camps and conferences with clients, creating signage, providing direct or indirect supervision of student paraprofessionals, which may include Student Conference Staff, and assisting the Manager for Conference Services. The Intern may also work with student orientation, thereby having the opportunity to meet and talk with partners and departments from all areas of the University. The Intern will also be responsible for ongoing student paraprofessional recognition including the end of summer recognition event. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Housing Facilities Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Housing Facilities Intern is supervised by the Manager of Facilities Services. The Housing Facilities Intern will assist with Housing Facilities Projects. These projects may include learning to interpret blueprints and contract specifications for renovations, coordinating between Residence Life and Facilities for utility shutdowns, representing Facilities in the Conference Stakeholders Meetings, working with Sustainability initiatives and utility usage/billing analysis; research and analysis of the work order system; assisting with interpreting and communication of assessments; and assisting with project development. The Housing Facilities Intern may also work in the Housing Facilities office on other projects. The Housing Facilities Intern is expected to work with the facilities management team in maintenance, renovation, housekeeping and interior design, purchasing/inventory, sustainability and other departmental staff in the development and implementation of management and learning initiatives for the entire housing facilities operation. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Information Technology Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Information Technology Intern is supervised by the Manager of Information Technology. The Information Technology Intern will assist with various tasks, ranging from web and software development to support of vendor systems and hardware workstation technologies. Job duties may include creating documentation of existing software systems; modifying existing solutions; helping to move, install, configure, remove, and surplus hardware equipment; managing periodic announcements about technology changes; writing or altering reports; organizing data; and performing server maintenance and support. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Marketing and Communications Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Marketing and Communications Intern is supervised by the Manager of Marketing and Communications. The Marketing and Communications will assist with various summer assignments, including summer conferences, and New Student Orientation. Job duties may include assisting the Manager of Marketing and Communication for University Student Housing marketing efforts; websites; press releases; newsletters; publications; other communications; and special events. The Intern will also oversee development and implementation of the University Student Housing brand and department adherence to the Texas Tech University branding guidelines. The University Student Housing Marketing and Communications Intern will also assist with strategic marketing and public relations campaigns. The University Student Housing Marketing and Communications Intern must have the ability to work with a diverse public: faculty, staff, and campus/community partners. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Recruitment and Training Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Recruitment and Training Intern is supervised by the Associate Director of Student Staff Recruitment and Training. Projects may include assisting with the recruitment and training of student and professional staff; assisting with the development and communication of assessments; assisting with development of academic year development series for student and professional staff; and assisting with the development of campus and community partnerships. This job will also assist in researching best practices in training and recruitment. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Student Leadership Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Student Leadership Intern is supervised by the Assistant Director for Student Leadership Development. While direct contact with student leaders will be somewhat limited, the intern will work on significant projects that directly and significantly benefit Texas Tech students. Projects may include assisting in the development of Service Week, creation of complex council election advertisements and materials, assisting with the development of the annual Complex Council retreat, assisting with the Howdy TECHsan early move-in leadership program, fall traditional event preparation, social justice benchmarking and compilation of area assessment data, and updating and creating materials for Alternative Spring Break leaders. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Summer School Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Summer School Intern is supervised by the Residence Life Coordinator(s) for Summer School Operations. Projects may include assisting with residence hall transition from Spring to Summer, Summer Session I to Summer Session II, and Summer Session II to Fall; assisting in training, supervision, and evaluation of 6-17 summer Community Advisors; facilitating weekly meetings with student staff; assisting with the execution of the Residential Curriculum; serving in an on-call rotation and assisting with oversight and scheduling of front desk operations. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.

Welcome Center Internship

We recruit our interns through the ACUHO-I Internship Program.

The Welcome Center Intern is supervised by the Manager of the Welcome Center. The Welcome Center Intern will assist with various summer assignments, including summer conferences, and New Student Orientation. Job duties may include assisting with check-ins and check-outs; assisting with presentations; assisting with setting-up and hosting of information tables; room assignments; creating signage; direct or indirect supervision of student paraprofessionals; and assisting the Manager – Welcome Center. The Welcome Center Intern may also work with student/parent orientation, thereby having the opportunity to meet and talk with partners and departments from all areas of the university. The Welcome Center Intern is a vital member of the residence hall community and the University Student Housing Staff. The intern is expected to work with the Associate Director for Client Relations, Marketing, and Information Technology; Manager – Welcome Center; Housing Advisors, Student Ambassadors; Student Housing Coordinators; and visiting guests. The intern will attend departmental staff meetings and may have the opportunity to attend other meetings as available. Additionally, the intern may serve on departmental committees, task forces, or assist with collateral assignments to create and implement intentional experiences that support the department and university mission (assigned by supervisory personnel).

Learn more about our ACUHO-I Internships here.