Join Our Team

Join Us

The Housing & Residential Life team is made up of people who truly care about our students and the campus experience. We’re a fun-loving group dedicated to student success.

We hire new student employees yearly. All positions are posted on Handshake when made available.

Student Staff Professional Live-In Staff

Student Staff

Living in the communities with our students, Community Advisors (CAs) are the first-responders to questions, crises, and student engagement.

All applicants must complete PSYCH 297 prior to selection.

Living in the communities with our students, Administrative Community Advisors (ACAs) are the first-responders to questions, crises, and student engagement. In addition, they are trained in academic resources as well as peer conflict meditation.

All applicants must complete PSYCH 297 prior to selection.

Our Office Workers (OWs) are the first faces most people see in our residence halls. They process mail, checkout games and tools to students, and answer questions.

Central Office Workers provide excellent customer service by answering broad Housing and Residential Life questions as well as completing tasks to support the day-to-day operations of our department.

Our graphic designer provides professional-quality multimedia graphics for events.

Our one-on-one or group tutors help with specific courses.

Multicultural coaches are students trained in multicultural and identity development to increase student awareness.

Peer academic coaches are students trained with academic development strategies to help you be a better overall student.

Our apartment manager assists with the daily operations of the University Apartments: move-ins and move-outs, concerns, and overall upkeep of facilities.

The apartment custodian cleans apartments in-between tenants and general facility spaces.

Students would be working with professional maintenance staff to respond to facilities concerns, work orders, and general grounds upkeep.

Professional Live-In Staff

Why Work at Eastern?

  • 49% of first year students are the first in their family to attend a college or university.
  • Eastern Washington University is the most diverse university in Washington State.
  • Strong departmental initiatives focusing on academic success.
  • Numerous professional development opportunities on-campus, regionally, and nationally.
  • Opportunities to serve as a liaison to another campus office. ┬áThis liaison role allows for intentional collaboration with another functional area on campus.

For complete position descriptions, review the following information: