UNBC Resident Assistant Designate (RAD) Application

Apply to be a RA Designate (RAD) today!

Why You Should Apply!

Are you someone who loves the idea of building a healty community, someone who is a strong role model and who cares about supporting others? If so, this might be a great fit for you!

As a Resident Assistant Designate with UNBC, you will receive extensive training, acquire skills, and experience in mentoring & coaching; leadership; conflict resolution; crisis and emergency response; and program/event development. Being a part of the Resident Assistant Team is a valuable way to build important skills that can transform your future career, help other students succeed socially and academically, and save money during the school year.

We are looking for UNBC students of all ages whom are passionate about the student experience, dedicated, and caring to join our vibrant Resident Assistant team in 2019/2020. Residence Assistant Designates build communities, plan events, lend an ear when needed, and most importantly – help create lifelong memories for residents and themselves!

What is an RAD?

Resident Assistant Designates (RADs) are the “front line” members of the Housing and Residence Life Team (RLT). Each RAD plays an instrumental role in fostering a positive and safe living environment conducive to social interaction, academic success, and personal growth for everyone within the residence community. RADs attend weekly team meetings, are on-call on a rotational basis in both residences and must always uphold the policies and standards of UNBC Residence Life.

How to Apply

Download the application package. Before completeing this package, be sure to review the award descriptions below. Please ensure that you have completed all parts of the application proces before submitting.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis via email. Applications should be forwarded to rlc@unbc.ca to the attention of Samuel Fung, Resident Assistants Hiring Coordinator. Interviews will be scheduled when a vacancy arises.