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I-House Resident Assistants (RAs)

Spring 2019 Resident Assistants

Back row, from left: Joyce, Jacob, Nidhi, Kian, Monique.
Front row, from left: Payas, Ishaan, Eranda, Kyla, Malini,Jessica, Shanea.
Not pictured: Rona.

RAs are student live-in staff that provide assistance to residents and help to build and maintain a safe and enjoyable living environment for all. RAs enforce I-House rules, respond to emergency situations, mediate roommate conflicts, and refer residents to I-House or campus professionals for additional information or assistance. RAs also plan community building activities for residents throughout the academic year.

I-House has 13 RAs who are student live-in staff that monitor the safety and well being of residents. RAs also enforce I-House policies, help residents with conflict matters, check-in and check-out, and lock-outs. RAs work from 4:00 pm - 8:00 am Monday - Friday and all day weekends and holidays. RAs can be reached by calling the Front Desk at (510) 642-9490 or (510) 282-0092 for emergencies after the Front Desk closes.

 

RA position:

Job # 2497793 Resident Assistant

RESIDENT ASSISTANT (RA) APPLICATION FOR SUMMER 2019
AND ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

RAs receive a regular single room and board as compensation for their part-time work.

RAs are live-in student staff leaders that provide assistance to residents, help build and maintain a safe and enjoyable living environment for all.

Application deadline: 4pm, March 22, 2019.

 

RA Job Description (MS Word)

RA Job Application (MS Word)

Questions? Attend the Info. Sessions: Wed., March 13th at  8:30 pm, I-House Gamble Lounge.

Contact Roxanne Heglar, Manager of Resident Support Services, rheglar@berkeley.edu, or stop by her office, 2nd floor, next to library.

 

Meet Roxanne Heglar, Manager of Resident Support Services

 

Roxanne Heglar

Roxanne joined the International House team in 2017 as the Assistant Director of Admissions before taking on the role of the Resident Support Services Manager in 2019. As I-House's Resident Support Services Manager, Roxanne has the exciting job of promoting a positive residential experience for every person living at International House, and for the safety and security of approximately 600 residents. This role includes advising and regularly meeting with residents to address personal and residential life issues, providing follow up, intervening during crisis situations, conducting resident judicial conduct reviews, and providing intercultural conflict mediation and resolution.

Roxanne has over 10 years experience in student affairs and has a passion for working with residents in such a rich, diverse setting. In addition to working as the Assistant Director of Admissions at I-House, she served as the Graduate Student Affairs Officer for the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley. Roxanne is thrilled help to International House advance its mission of peace, harmony, tolerance, and mutual respect.