Student Affairs

Apply to be a Residence Life Staff Member

The Office of Student Affairs strives to make MVC a welcoming living/learning community. Our residence halls, houses, and apartments are an essential piece of this effort and are at the core of campus life. Helping guide these communities are trained student leaders; Resident Assistant (RA) and Hall Directors (HD) serve as their points of contact, community builders, mediators, programmers, policy enforcers, and much more!

Those wishing to expand their skill base and contribute to the MVC community should consider applying for one of these positions.

For more information contact
Jason Amezcua, Director of Housing & Residence Life
amezcuaj@moval.edu


Resident Assistant
The Resident Assistant (RA) is an integral member of the Missouri Valley College Housing & Residence Life program and the Office of Student Affairs. These para-professional staff members foster and maintain a welcoming living/learning community on-campus; the Resident Assistant's primary role is to develop a community that encourages academic excellence, individual growth, and social development. RAs have a number of administrative responsibilities, including serving on-duty for assigned areas, enforcing College policies, mediating conflicts, and mentoring peers. Resident Assistants need to be adaptable, dedicated, flexible, enthusiastic, and responsible.

RA Job Description Application for the 2016-2017 Academic Year


Resident Coordinator

The Resident Coordinator (RC) is an integral member of the Missouri Valley College Housing & Residence Life program and the Office of Student Affairs. These para-professional staff members foster and maintain a welcoming living/learning community on-campus; the Resident Coordinator is charged with implementing and overseeing a residential community that encourages academic excellence, individual growth, and social development. Hall Directors are expected to maintain high visibility in their assigned residential community. RCs supervise a Resident Assistant (RA) staff varying in size from two to eight staff members. Resident Coordinators have a number of additional administrative responsibilities, including serving on-duty for assigned areas, enforcing College policies, mediating conflicts, and mentoring peers. Resident Coordinators need to be adaptable, dedicated, flexible, enthusiastic, and responsible. RCs must also have the experience or transferable needed to be an effective supervisor.