What is a Resident Advisor?
Resident Advisors are full-time students or alumni employed by the BCIT Housing Office who live on-campus to support the housing community. The Resident Advisor team helps to create a positive housing community and acts as the front line of the housing management team.
Resident Advisors live on-campus and are generally in and around the community in the evenings. On weeknights and weekends there is always a Resident Advisor on site to assist students or help if there is an emergency. They are approachable, resourceful and very good listeners. They also organize fun recreational activities and keep everyone involved in campus life. When in need, they are your “go to” person.
Who can be a Resident Advisor?
To be a Resident Advisor, you must be a BCIT student or alumni. Singles and couples are eligible to apply. If you would like to live on-campus with your partner you would need to apply as a couple and both applicants would need to be successful in the recruitment process, your partner does not need to be a BCIT student or alumni.
Why become a Resident Advisor?
Bring your strong leadership and passion for supporting others and apply to make a difference in the BCIT Housing community. As a Resident Advisor, you will gain valuable work experiences by helping to provide student residents with a positive and safe community. Meet new friends and engage in community building all while strengthening your communication, teamwork, and conflict management skills.
As a current or former BCIT student, you know first-hand how challenging the student experience can be. Allow our student residents to benefit from your experience by helping to ensure they have a quiet place to study and a safe place to unwind.
How to apply
Resident Advisor recruitment has closed for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are interested in applying to become a Resident Advisor, recruitment opens in January of each year, please check back in January/February 2022.