Looking for a job that allows you to make new friends, build leadership skills and be part of a team? If so you may be interested in one of the job opportunities offered through the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
If there is no information available currently, then please check back later or contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life for specific details concerning the job you are seeking.
Current Opening as of 2015:
Assistant Residence Life Cordinator
This position serves as a member of the Senior Staff and plays an integral role in supporting the mission of Housing and Residence Life. S/he must be a dynamic individual who is willing and able to reach out to others. The Assistant Residence Life Coordinator must be capable of positively responding to a wide variety of situations.
Shuttle(The shuttle driver position requires a valid CDL license)
Jobs are designed to meet the part-time employment needs of students and require student status at WSU. See Student Policies and Procedures at the WSU web site.
Full time position openings
Director of Housing and Residence Life (CLICK HERE)
Please visit the Wichita State University Human Resources jobs page. JobsatWSU
If you have questions please contact the housing office at 316-978-3693.
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