I enjoy helping to make sure that hall life is running smoothly. I like to be able to notice small details about students or hall, and bring these up at meetings to help improve hall life.
Elsa, Senior Resident
Senior Residents play an important role developing the communal life in University residences.
In return for subsidised accommodation, they assume pastoral and other responsibilities within the residence. These positions may be of interest to postgraduate students, mature undergraduate students and to members of staff within the University.
The University has over 140 Senior Resident positions at both its owned and managed Residences. Senior Residents are typically graduate students who help to develop and maintain the communal life within a university Residence to ensure an excellent and rounded student experience. They work as part of a team led by a warden and/or deputy warden, and assisted by the residence administrator. The role is voluntary, but accommodation and, in catered halls, meals, are provided at 25% of the normal student rate.
The responsibilities of the role include:
Senior Residents in catered and self-catered halls currently pay reduced accommodation fees. The Senior Resident tenancy normally runs two weeks before the start and two weeks after the end of the accommodation contract.
We currently have no vacancies for senior residents for the 2014/15 academic year
A2Dominion Housing Group manages two residences in partnership with the University of Bristol, Deans Court in the City Centre and Woodland Court located on Belgrave Road close to the University precinct. A2Dominion student wardens form an integral part of the service provided to students by A2Dominion and work closely with the on site staff team.
Main duties include:
There is currently 1 student warden vacancy. Visit the A2Dominion website for how to apply. The closing date is 18 August.
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