Become part of our Campus Living team
We’re excited you are considering becoming a part of our team. To find out more about what drives our department, read our mission and values. Please take the time to explore the different types of positions for which we hire. Before you apply be sure to review the important information page for crucial details. Federal Work-Study-eligible students are encouraged to apply.
Applications currently open
2023-2024 Campus Living Student Employment Positions Accordion Closed
None at this time.
Additional positions – not currently accepting applications
Community Assistant (CA) Accordion Closed
The Campus Living Community Assistant (CA) is a live-in student leader who provides support on average for 38 students residing in a campus living community. CAs foster connections through interacting regularly with residents, planning activities, assisting with concerns, providing resources, coaching positive relationships, educating residents on community expectations, and responding to critical incidents.
The 2024-2025 academic year CA application will open in late fall 2023.
Campus Living Initiatives and Partnerships (CLIP) Peer Supporter for 2024-2025 Accordion Closed
The Campus Living Initiatives and Partnerships (CLIP) Peer Supporter position is an upper-division student who provides additional academic and career peer support for students living on campus. Peer Supporters work with campus partners and faculty to plan events and bring helpful resources onsite in our campus living communities.
The 2024-2025 academic year CLIP Peer Supporter application will open in late fall 2023.
Campus Living Operations Assistant (CLOA) for 2024-2025 Accordion Closed
A Campus Living Operations Assistant (CLOA) helps to facilitate housing operations, front desk services, and business processes that support prospective, incoming and current students, families and guests. Each CLOA manages operations of a front desk located in a campus living community or central location.
The 2024-2025 academic year CLOA application will open in late fall 2023.
Summer Housing Assistant (SHA) Accordion Closed
Campus Living serves a variety of populations for the summer months including NAU students registered for summer and/or fall classes, summer bridge program groups, workshop participants, and summer camps and conference groups from all over the state, country and world. Groups range in size from five participants to nearly 4,000 participants. Some groups stay for just a few days, while other stay on campus for multiple weeks. The diverse size and needs of our summer groups, residents, and guests create a fluid and fluctuating summer schedule.
Summer Housing Assistants (SHAs) work as a team in housing clusters to manage and staff all of the CLCs that serve
summer populations. SHA position responsibilities include a high-level of customer service, front desk staffing, building preparation, check-in/check-out of individuals and groups, occupancy transitions, room turnover and cleaning, programming/activities, regular meetings, and on-call responsibilities.
The Summer 2023 application is closed. The Summer 2024 application will open in early Spring 2024.
Campus Living Facilities Assistant (CLFA) Accordion Closed
All on-campus jobs can be Federal Work-Study jobs Please complete the application in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Campus Living Facility Assistants represent NAU and Campus Living through extensive customer service. CLFA’s work independently and small teams with minimal supervision in specialized assignment, requiring developed skills, specialized training, and safe practices.
The Campus Living Warehouse is located on the south campus in building 98F. Hours of operation are M-F 8am-5pm. We offer part-time employment during the academic year with some self-scheduling and flexible hours. Our students work in small teams providing safe, timely, reliable deliveries and services to the campus living communities.
All students in this position will be cross-trained in all tasks; all necessary training is provided. This is a physical labor position that includes lifting, moving, cleaning, etc. You will be asked to complete any/all of the outlined tasks and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation throughout the academic year.
Qualified candidates will be able to conduct themselves in a legal, professional, and trustworthy manner due to card and key access to living communities and/or student rooms.
Typical Duties (but not limited to):
- Replacing broken furniture (desks, chairs, refrigerators)
- Assembling and installing furniture in student and public spaces
- Carpet/upholstery extraction of public space furniture and vacant rooms
- Warehouse organization and cleaning
- Conduct detailed team walkthroughs of living communities for occupancy readiness.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Strong public relations, customer service, interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Flexibility and ability to handle potentially stressful situations
- Positive and professional attitude
- Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
- Ability to perform all tasks with or without reasonable accommodation (physical labor includes cleaning tasks listed above, moving linen bundles/equipment of various weight up to 50 lbs., and moving furniture/equipment)
- Ability to conduct themselves in a professional and trustworthy manner due to card and/or key access to student rooms
Review the job description. When you are ready to apply, click the green “external application” button to start your application. We will hire for the 2023-2024 academic year starting in July 2023.
This position requires physical fitness including the strength to handle heavy objects and potentially move items for several hours a day. This includes lifting, reaching, bending, and squatting. Also, hand-eye coordination promotes careful positioning of moving materials.
- $15 hourly rate
Student Graphic Designer Accordion Closed
The student graphic designer works with their supervisor and other other team members on creating compelling and professional visual communication materials that are used for a variety of recruitment or educational processes within Campus Living. This involves conceptualizing, drafting, and finalizing designs; photographing, editing, and color correcting images that will be used on the Campus Living website; social media and printed marketing materials. As part of this role, individuals are expected to follow instructions, learn and explore new skills and creative styles, improve production quality, and maintain the NAU brand standards. This position is a year-round position with available hours during summer and winter breaks.
Student Videographer Accordion Closed
The student videographer works with their supervisor and other team members on creating compelling and professional video projects that are used for a variety of recruitment or educational processes within Campus Living. This position will take part in developing a concept, creating shot lists, producing, shooting, editing, color correcting, and grading videos and photos that will be used on the Campus Living website, social media, and on YouTube. As part of this role, individuals are expected to learn Campus Living’s production quality expectations and explore new skills and creative styles, improve production quality, and maintain the NAU brand standards.