Conference Job Opportunities

Conference Job Opportunities

During the summer, University Housing provides accommodations in our facilities to a wide variety of conference groups such as: youth sports camps, academic and educational workshops for adults, Georgia State University Orientation, religious groups, etc.

A team of approximately 2-4 Conference Managers (CMs) are responsible for managing the delivery of these services to contracted sponsors and guests as arranged through the University Housing Conference Services office. A full time Conference Coordinator supervises the Conference Managers. The Conference Managers supervise the Conference Assistants (CAs) during the summer season.

Summer Conference Assistants (CAs) are responsible for providing frontline quality service to customers living in University Housing facilities. Staff will be a representative of University Housing Conference Services and will be expected to become knowledgeable about summer conference operations and provide professional, courteous, and efficient service to conference participants and fellow staff. The position requires a flexible person who wants the opportunity to learn and use new skills daily, enjoys helping people, and wants to be an active and supportive team member.

Important Dates

Conference Managers (CM)
Acceptance of Applications Begin: First Monday of November
Applications Due By: Friday before Thanksgiving Break
Interviews Conducted On: Tuesday after Thanksgiving through the following Monday
Decision Letters Mailed By: Second Friday of December
Acceptance Letters Due By: First Friday of January
Start Date/Orientation: Third week of January (week of MLK Holiday)
Conference Assistants (CA)
Acceptance of Applications Begin: Monday, February 2, 2015
Applications Due By: Friday, February 27, 2015
Interviews Conducted On: March 11 – 13 and March 24 -26, 2015
Decision Letters Mailed By: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Acceptance Letters Due By: Friday, April 10, 2015
Orientation: Thursday, April 16, 2015
Start Date/Training: Monday, May 11, 2015