The Department of Housing and Residence Education (DOHRE) is excited to look ahead towards 2020/21! This look ahead includes the Graduate Community Coordinator hire experience.

Update: Application to go live in early January, 2020.

Graduate Community Coordinator (GCC) positions within Housing will provide a comprehensive experience towards enhancing skills such as decision-making, communication, management, administrative, and interacting with others in a team/individual. These transferable skills will allow you to increase your marketability as a candidate for future professional endeavors.

GCC positions will include:

Live-in residence hall with residence hall management, undergraduate student staff supervision.

live-on campus position with specialized areas of responsibility such as the Living Learning Community (LLC) facilitation.

Application through Careers at UF will go live in early January 2020 with first review for interview deadline on 2/20/20.

Please click through the frequently asked questions below and if you have additional questions, contact us at hresleinfo@ufsa.ufl.edu.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The GCC posting will be available on the Careers at UF website (Update: opening in early January 2020) through the University of Florida (https://jobs.ufl.edu/, search using the student assistant category).
You may apply before completing your bachelor’s degree but application towards a graduate/professional school at the University of Florida is required to be considered. Proof of admission to a graduate/professional level program deadline is June 1, 2020 as a contingency for the position.
If you are invited for an interview, it is strongly recommended that you come to campus. If for some reason you cannot make one of the campus interview sessions you should notify us immediately to arrange an alternate interview.
Yes! We can make arrangements to pick you up at the Gainesville (GNV) airport. Please let us know in advance if you will need transportation to and from the airport
Travel will not be reimbursed. If you fly in to Gainesville (GNV) your transportation to and from the airport is covered by our department. Note: Some academic departments offer travel reimbursements to students who are highly recruited. If this is the case, it might be a good idea to schedule your visit with your academic department around the dates of the interview with Housing (either before or after).
We offer two options for lodging at no cost. First, you may stay in a guest room, which is a room located within a UF residence hall. Second, you may stay with a current student staff member in his or her graduate apartment. We will search diligently for one of these two locations for you if you are interested, however we cannot guarantee these options will be available. Feel free to make your own arrangements to stay in a hotel or with friends. We can provide a list of hotels in Gainesville for your convenience.
GCC positions do not provide a tuition waiver for those not in the SPHE program. Important to make note that on-campus housing (included: utilities, cable, wifi) is provided which can be a $10,000 +/- value for the academic year.

GCCs coming from out-of-state may be provided in their 1st year of employment and graduate program, a waiver for a % of the difference between 9 hrs of out-of-state to in state tuition (fees not included). This waiver is not guaranteed.

The Housing GCC position is not eligible for the SG sponsored health insurance for graduate assistants. Graduate Assistantships (GAs) at the University of Florida are eligible to receive health insurance through their contract with UF. The GCC positions within the Department of Housing and Residence Education are classified as OPS student assistants for employment/job purposes; they perform work for our department and receive a compensation package which also includes live-in benefits. GCCs may inquire with the Student Health Care Center about available options for individual purchase.