The University of Maine offers employment opportunities at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. Click through the images below to learn more about each position and how to join our team!
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to apply to be a Resident Assistant (RA) or Community Assistant (CA). RA/CAs are upper-class students who live in the residence halls with other students. RA/CAs provide leadership within their community, connect students to helpful resources, and plan fun events! For more information about these positions, click here!
Residence Life employs 9 graduate students annually in the Assistant Community Coordinator (ACC) role. These positions are live-in positions, wherein the staff member provides specific support to the Department of Residence Life and the departments' supporting programs. Our Graduate Assistants all have the opportunity to learn great skills in areas such as leadership, supervision, mentoring, grant writing, presentations, collaboration, programming, student advising, and much more. To learn more about these positions, click here!
Residence Life at the University of Maine employs full-time, professional staff members in the Area Coordinator (AC) and Community Coordinator (CC) roles. These roles are live-in positions that provide direction and oversight for a residential area of campus composed of between three and nine buildings, with a total capacity of between 400 and 900 residents. To learn more about these positions, click here!
The University consistently seeks to take steps to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infections (or any other spread of disease) in accordance with applicable law, regulation, and guidance provided by health authorities. These efforts may include policies and safeguards implemented by the University such as temperature checks, social distancing, use of facial coverings, and isolating and quarantining when required. Despite these efforts, the University cannot categorically guarantee that any person entering University campuses or facilities will not contract COVID-19 or any other communicable disease and any such person must assess and accept the risks of illness or injury for themselves.