Cahill Career Development Center
Peer Career Advisors
Peer Career Advisors are the first point of contact for students seeking career-related services and provide early-stage advisement on a peer-to-peer level. They support the professional staff by helping students identify where they are in the career development process and find new avenues for exploration. Peer Career Advisors bring student experiences to the Cahill Center and conduct student outreach through event programming in residence halls, classes, and at club/organization meetings. They are trained in aspects of advising to promote successful job and internship search strategies, introduce students to various online tools and resources, help students access the career library, and conduct resume/cover letter reviews. Peer Career Advisors are knowledgeable about all services offered by the Cahill Center, and promote opportunities at Ramapo to gain self-knowledge, understand and practice life/career decisions, and apply classroom experiences to real-world settings.
Contact: Patty Migliorisi
Center for Student Success and First-Year Experience
The Center for Student Success accepts applications for student employees each Spring for the following year. Two different job opportunities are available. Students can apply as a student worker in the office responsible mainly for helping with the intake for academic advisement or they can apply to be an Orientation Leader during the summer. We are looking for students with enthusiasm, strong customer relation skills, related experience, and willingness to work hard and develop new skills. Please look for these applications to be open in March.
Contact: Meghan Gregory, First-Year Experience Coordinator
Center for Student Involvement
The Center for Student Involvement looks for enthusiastic, organized and motivated student leaders to assist in the mission of providing excellent co-curricular experiences for our students. Positions are available in all areas of CSI including; Building Managers, Civic and Community Engagement Center, Fraternity and Sorority Life, J. Lee’s, Main Office, Roadrunner Central, Student Activities Revenue Management, Women’s Center, and more! Applications are available each Spring semester, but opportunities for employment may arise during the year.
Contact: Eddie Seavers
Location: Center for Student Involvement, SC-200
Approximately 3,000 students commute to and from Ramapo College, making commuters one of the largest groups of students on campus and an essential part of Ramapo’s family. Commuter Affairs is committed to academically and socially connecting commuter students to the Ramapo College Community by providing services and programs that will identify and meet the needs of our commuter student population.
Location: Center for Student Involvement, SC-200
Dining Services: Student Program Coordinator (SPC)
The Student Promotion Coordinator (SPC) supports the on-site campus dining team in the process of developing and implementing dining promotions, using their input at every stage of the process to inform and inspire creative ideas, and guide the implementation of the resulting promotion campaigns. In this role, the SPC interacts with internal team members; creative agencies (if applicable); media and public relations personnel; client stakeholders and customers in the formulation of a promotional plan of action. This person will have a high level of customer contact and must be comfortable assuming a leadership position during the actual promotional events. The SPC requires strong presentation skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong organizational skills; and dynamic leadership abilities. The position reports directly to an assigned Dining Department Supervisor.
Student applications can be obtained by visiting our office Ramapo College Dining Office – Located between the Birch Tree Inn and Atrium. Part-time and full-time applications may also be obtained by visiting our office Ramapo College Dining Office- Ramapo Student Center. Please apply in person.
Building Managers are individuals who have shown dedication to the Department of Athletics and a desire to grow with us. These positions are directly responsible for all activity in the Bill Bradley Center during their shifts, including but not limited to, the second floor fitness area, the dance rooms, computer room, climbing wall, two gymnasiums, game room, pool and the lounge areas. In this position, they are to know of all uses available for the facility. Conflict resolution and emergency response are critical for this position.
Contact: D.J. Pinton
Office of Residence Life
Resident Assistants / Community Assistants
Resident Assistants (RA) and Community Assistants (CA) are the first point of contact for students living in traditional residence halls and apartment complexes, respectably. RAs and CAs are live-in student-staff members who, while promoting a welcoming and diverse atmosphere, also plan, organize, and implement programming events within the halls and throughout the campus. RAs and CAs receive rigorous training in the areas of conflict mediation, confrontation, wellness, tolerance/diversity, campus resource guidance and referral, and much more. RAs/CAs also commit leadership to Residence Life committee projects.
To apply for a RA/CA position, please go to the bottom of the page where it states,
“Community Assistant and Resident Assistant Job Applications”: https://www.ramapo.edu/students/reslife/
Senior Resident Assistants
Senior Resident Assistants (SRA) share many of the same responsibilities as RAs and CAs. SRAs are charged with more office hours and responsibilities, which consist mostly of assisting their Resident Director. These areas of responsibility may differ, depending on the area, but can include overseeing programming, maintaining records for facilities upkeep, and maintaining lounge reservations. SRAs are provided with more extensive training then RAs and CAs and are encouraged to initiate projects that will be professionally stimulating.
Assistant Residence Directors
Assistant Residence Directors (ARD) maintain an administrative role in larger-population areas. Much like the SRAs, an ARD’s responsibilities will vary depending on area. These responsibilities may include maintaining facility and inventory records, overseeing space reservations, and other daily operations tasks. ARDs are also provided with more extensive training than RAs and CAs and are encouraged to initiate projects that will be professional stimulating. They also work under the Resident Directors.
Desk Attendants (DA) are located at the entrance of all traditional residence halls. They are student-staff who help the Office of Residence Life maintain communication, security, and a friendly environment in the Residence Halls. The main tasks of Desk Attendants are to assist students and guests of students gain appropriate access to the Residence Halls as well as ensure that all records of persons entering the halls are accurate and up-to-date.
Desk Attendant Managers
Desk Attendant Managers assist the Coordinators of the Desk Attendant Program in training and supervising the student staff throughout the academic year. While serving as Desk Attendants in the residence halls, the Desk Attendant Managers are responsible for supervising their Desk Attendant staff, including scheduling and attending individual staff meetings, maintaining a work schedule for their residence hall(s), and assisting with payroll.
A more in depth look of the chain of command is found at https://www.ramapo.edu/reslife/files/2013/06/Organzational-Chart-Fall-2013-Spring-2014.pdf.
Office of Specialized Services
OSS Academic Peer Coaching Program
This program is designed to support incoming Ramapo students affiliated with OSS and the U.S. Department of Education TRIO grant in their first year matriculated year at Ramapo College. Continuing students’ with a minimum of 24 credits, 3.0 or better GPA and strong communication skills can apply to be an OSS Academic Peer Coach. Coaches participate in training prior to the beginning of the fall semester and throughout the year on disability awareness and coaching techniques for time management and study skills. The OSS students agree to work individually with a coach for an hour a week during the first semester and the second semester by request. Coaches will attend bi-weekly group meetings and maintain reports on individual participant progress with the OSS Coaching Program Coordinator.
Contact: Barbara Wexler