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Housing Coordinator

Submitted by Jane Daniels on Sat, 06/09/2018 - 01:30
General Description: 

Being in charge of housing is a job that requires tact, diplomacy, and being able to trouble shoot. You will need to interact with someone at the college and deal with lost keys and people being locked out of their rooms. On the plus side, you will meet lots of people who love the AT and your responsibilities are primarily at the conference. . Housing assignments will be done by registrars as it is easiest to do when people are registering. For information on how the job was done in 2007, see the Housing report. 

Objective: 

Oversee all housing (excluding camping and RV) for conference registrants

Skills: 
  • Ability to delegate and to troubleshoot
  • Patience answering the same question
Specific Tasks: 
  • While running the Conference
    • Read the Housing report.
    • Troubleshoot dorm problems such as lost keys and locked out of rooms
    • Track own hours
  • After the Conference
    • Write a report

From 2003

Determine campus housing options and costs

Provide information to Registration for inclusion on the registration form

Assign registrants to specific dormitory rooms

Consider physical/age limitations

Group according to length of stay

Establish a room key distribution and return system

Establish male/ female bathroom arrangements

Arrange linen system

Collect and communicate information on private accomodations in the area, especially for Friday night

Co-ordinate housing arangements for workers on Thursday and Friday nights before Conference opening

Staff a housing desk during the meeting

Benefits: 
  • Ability to delegate and to troubleshoot
  • Patience answering the same question
Coordinates with: 
  • Registar
  • On-site Committee Chair
  • Treasurer
  • Sign Coordinator
  • Publications coordinator
Time Line: 
  • May of the yaer before the conference - Preliminary report for June Steering Committee Mtg.
  • Fall of the year before the conference - Finalize information for ATJ registration form
  • During the meeting - be on-stie to troube shoot
  • September of the year of the conference - write final report