Conference Services is seeking a minimum of 26-30 student leaders to assist in all operations of the Conference Services Program. The Conference Assistant, or CA, is a representative of Eastern Illinois University. A CA is responsible for assisting in accommodating the needs of approximately 60 conference groups and 10,000 guests during the conference season (May 6 – August 14) at Eastern Illinois University.
Each CA will be the first and primary contact for each camp or conference guest. The CA assists with the day-to-day operations of a conference hall, conducts administrative duties, ensures the safety and security of all guests, and assists with all other areas of the Summer Conference Services Program. The CA represents themselves, the Conference Services program, and Eastern Illinois University as a provider of quality customer service.
WHAT CAN THE CONFERENCE ASSISTANT POSITION DO FOR YOU?
Applicants must log into eRezLife using their EIU NetID and password. We also recommend that applicants add eRezLife Software System (email@example.com) to their contacts in order to receive communications regarding the Conference Assistant position.
Candidates must demonstrate academic proficiency, must be in good judicial standing and have a minimum of a 2.25 GPA at the time of application and start of employment, strong communication and customer service skills, a positive attitude toward Eastern Illinois University, and should possess a wide range of knowledge and/or involvement in campus organizations.
All CAs are required to attend an extensive training program from May 6-14. The dates of employment will be from May 6 – August 14, 2019.
You do not have to enroll in classes to work as a CA. However, CAs can enroll for summer classes during the Part of Term: 6WB, 8WK, 4WB, 2WA, 2WB, or 2WC summer sessions. CAs may take no more than 2 classes at the same time, with approval. Please remember that CAs can only take on-line classes during the Part of Term: 1, 6WA or 4WA summer sessions, as this time will be spent in training and track meet preparation.
CAs will receive minimum wage in addition to Room and Board (when dining services are in operation). CAs must work a minimum of 30 hours per pay period to receive the room and board package. A CA working all summer can expect to earn $2,000-$2,500 or more in cash. The total package could be worth approximately $4,000.
Please direct any questions to Matt Boyer at 217-581-7482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.