Top Resident Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Resident Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Resident Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.8% of Resident Assistant resumes contained Residential Life as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Resident Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Resident Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Residential Life

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Here's how Residential Life is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Promoted to Residential Life Assistant, responsible for arranging social and educational activities and budgeting university monies allotted for such occasions.
  • Advertised information regarding residential life, campus activities, and campus and academic services to ensure residents were engaged with community.
  • Coordinated and administered the overall Residential Life Program, including both student development and operations components, in assigned residence halls.
  • Followed all University and Housing policies, addressed student needs, and encouraged involvement among residents that supported Residential Life Mission.
  • Prepare administrative reports to the area residence director for use by housing executive staff in their monitoring of residential life effectiveness.
  • Create and provide a safe and positive living environment for residents by communicating and enforcing university residential life rules and regulations.
  • Facilitated community development, enforced institutional policies, planned student programs, and participated in leadership training conducted by residential life
  • Designed events tailored specifically around the residential life protocols and had events tailored towards social justice and identity formation.
  • Participated in a collaborative environment within the office of Residential Life and university in support of student development.
  • Ensured safety and well-being of entire on-campus resident population through collaboration with 30 fellow Residential Life staff members.
  • Consulted weekly with a residential life coordinator in order to communicate weekly reports and program proposals.
  • Documented detailed incident reports accurately for Residential Life, Student Affairs, and Campus Police Departments.
  • Developed leadership and strong interpersonal communication skills by providing quality service in the residential life halls.
  • Completed weekly reports and other assigned documentation in accordance with Office of Residential Life requirements.
  • Serve as assistant to Residential Life Programming Director by answering phone calls and organizing documentation.
  • Developed and implemented programs to engage students in residential life and enforced campus regulations.
  • Worked with Residential Life Coordinators and Directors to improve different aspects of Residential Life.
  • Collaborated with other paraprofessionals to organize end of the year Residential Life banquet.
  • Enforced institutional regulations and policies governing residential life for between 80-100 college students.
  • Acted as a liaison between thirty-nine residents and University of Connecticut Residential Life.

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2. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Cooperated with fellow residential staff to ensure safety throughout residential facilities and resolved resident concerns on the floor.
  • Manage revenue- Conduct health inspections and ensure safety of residents- Manage Dorm budget for events and ensure residents satisfaction
  • Collaborated with other Resident Assistants to ensure safety standards were met according to university regulation and policy.
  • Perform various documentation and communication methods to ensure safety and care of residents and their environment.
  • Provided overnight supervision to 300 students to ensure safety, maintenance and residential hall policy adherence.
  • Communicated and worked with an interdisciplinary team to ensure safety and well being of assigned residents.
  • Coordinated with staff to enforce university policies and procedures to ensure safety of residents.
  • Monitored residential operation to enforce rules and ensure safety of first year residents.
  • Communicated with residence life directors and collaborated to ensure safety and integrity of residents
  • Supported University policy to ensure safety and security of residents and property.
  • Document violations of Community Standards to ensure safety and maintain university policy.
  • Monitored residents and regularly inspected building to ensure safety and security.
  • Weekend night-watch to ensure safety of students and university personnel.
  • Supervised lobby area of dormitories to ensure safety of residents.
  • Enforced college policy to ensure safety and comfortable living accommodations
  • Uphold university standards and ensure safety of residents.
  • Monitored residents to ensure safety and compliance.
  • Provided information on campus resources and performed safety walks to confront violations, enforce policy, and ensure safety of residents.
  • Supervised building with 32 students, ran monthly building activities and monitored building to ensure safety and security procedures were followed.
  • Supervised the front desk of the residence hall at least five hours per week, signing in visitors to ensure safety.

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3. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Developed monthly programming for residents which consisted of programs concerning substance abuse, educational issues, conflict management and recreational activities.
  • Implemented and encouraged the development and maintenance of a community spirit, including social, educational and recreational activities.
  • Assist the residents in developing positive social skills through community program involvement, recreational activities and independent interests.
  • Provided supervision of residents during community and on-campus recreational activities, as well as other leisure time activities.
  • Accompanied residents on recreational activities in addition to providing transportation and support for medical and family visits.
  • Organized events and supported international students in planning of educational, cultural, and recreational activities.
  • Organized and implemented educational, cultural and recreational activities designed to build a positive residential community.
  • Supervised and assisted each individual with day to day social, educational and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated recreational activities for residents Responsible for students living in the residential dorms Coordinated fundraisers
  • Supervised and monitored educational and recreational activities of the residents living in the dormitory.
  • Initiated and participated in on- and off-campus recreational activities for residents of the institution.
  • Managed four quad-wide programs per semester consisting of both educational and recreational activities.
  • Provided assistance to residents with activities of daily living and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated and scheduled recreational activities, liaising between students and school administration
  • Assist with social and recreational activities and provide documentation of assistance.
  • Coordinated/participated in volunteer, educational, and recreational activities for residents.
  • Provided transportation to recreational activities, community outings and doctors appointments.
  • Transported residence to appointments, as well as everyday recreational activities.
  • Direct and participate in on-and-off-campus recreational activities for residents of institutions.
  • Direct and participate in on- and off-campus recreational activities for residents.

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4. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained hall cleanliness and updated hall bulletin-board for upcoming university events and important deadlines.
  • Balanced competing work and academic obligations; shifted focus accordingly to meet deadlines.
  • Prepared reports and meet departmental deadlines as directed by supervisors.
  • Submitted necessary paperwork with quality assurance and by established deadlines.
  • Complete and submit required administrative paperwork by instituted deadlines.
  • Served salads, vegetables, meat breads, ladle soups and sauces, portion desserts and filled beverage cups and glasses.
  • Perform hourly & every shift rounding, assisting all residents with ADL's, maintain residents files such as charting & filing
  • Assisted living, ADL's, cleaned cooked resident meals, laundry, administered medications, trained employees, charting, toileting
  • Provided complete ADL care for elderly patients (Level I, II, III) in an assisted living environment.
  • Performed ADL's, manual blood pressure, pulse, temperature, weight, oxygen levels and keeping accurate documentation.
  • WORK PERFORMED: Assisting residents with ADL's and taking residents to and from meals, assisting them when needed.
  • Reported pertinent information to my supervisor and staff team, and led the team to complete tasks before the deadline
  • Worked individually, as a team, and with other groups to reach common goals and meet necessary deadlines.
  • Maintained an effective correspondence routing and tracking system to improve information flow and ensure that deadlines are met.
  • Assist consumer adults with personal ADL skills, social interactions, and general well-being in a facility setting.
  • Helped learn how to meet deadlines, communicate effectively with co-workers, and conduct myself professionally among a staff
  • Changed bed linens, Helped with ADLS, Problem solving with the kid, took them in the community
  • Provide complete Activities of Daily Living (ADL) assistance for mentally disabled and mentally challenged adults.
  • Assist with resident ADL's, light cleaning, accurate charting and documentation, transfer lifts and toileting
  • Assist with ADL cares such as bathing, showering, dressing, and other grooming activities.

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5. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provided basic personal care and appropriately referred students experiencing student crisis or exhibiting need to the appropriate departments.
  • Assist residents in personal care hygiene and grooming including provision of physical assistance transferring and mobility for individuals.
  • Administered medication, charted and documented appropriately, and helped residents with personal care needs.
  • Designed student programs and events advocating diversity, community development, and personal care.
  • Provided daily personal care and daily recreational activities to residents in a Retirement Community
  • Provided personal care for people with disabilities Helped provide dependent adults with daily assistance
  • Fulfilled a variety of duties for residents including assistance with personal care for non-ambulatory
  • Provided personal care, educational, and entertainment activities to Alzheimer patients
  • Implemented individual personal care plans for residents of assisted living facility.
  • Assist elderly and memory care residents with personal cares and prescription administration
  • Assist mentally challenged individuals with daily activities and personal care.
  • Provide personal care and medicine assistance to elderly residents.
  • Presented and gave extensive individual personal care to residents.
  • Performed direct personal care for elderly residents.
  • Provide comprehensive personal care for patients and families
  • Provide personal care for residents within facility.
  • Provided assistance with personal care duties, including: toileting, bathing, dressing, and other activities of daily living.
  • Monitor changes in residents' functional status and personal care needs; documents observations and relay to the supervisor as appropriate.
  • Assisted residents with all facets of personal care, bathing, meals, preparing for day and evening, and activities.
  • Performed personal cares (dressing, showering, toileting) on residents of all levels of care, including dementia patients.

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6. Incident Reports

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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Authored and organized the storage of incident reports*Mediated and counseled students to resolve issues* Coordinated and organizes enrichment activities for residents
  • Chaired the Residents Staff Association Managed various administrative duties including maintenance requests, incident reports, and visitation rosters.
  • Maintained accurate occupancy spreadsheets, confidential residential files, and incident reports to university and departmental standards.
  • Document detailed and objective incident reports and duty logs to communicate policy violations with housing supervisors and staff
  • Enforce campus policy ensuring general hall decorum, managing incidents and writing incident reports for supervisor inspection.
  • Developed strong administrative skills by completing educational & social programming, incident reports & enforcing campus policies.
  • Provided administrative support to the Residential Director through the preparation of incident reports and maintenance requests.
  • Reported disapproved activity based on university regulations by completing incident reports and explaining sanctions to residents.
  • Provide written and verbal communication with team and administration through incident reports and developmental journals.
  • Complete incident reports that include corrective actions and review all incidents with college administrators.
  • Manage administrative duties including campus policy enforcement, incident reports, and maintenance requests.
  • Complete incident reports upon confronting students who violate university and housing policies and procedures.
  • Enforced University policies, addressed emergency crisis situations, and provided incident reports.
  • Perform additional duties such as maintenance requests and incident reports regarding student concerns
  • Created detailed incident reports documenting any criminal activity witnessed on the property.
  • Manage resident confidential information and prepare incident reports for judicial affairs.
  • Managed various administrative duties such as maintenance requests and incident reports.
  • Planned programs, issued incident reports, provided emotional support for residents
  • Documented incident reports concerning accidents/incidents involving residents in the residence hall.
  • Monitored and resolved property incident reports with tenants and corporate office.

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7. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Communicate regularly with nurses by obtaining resident vital signs and charting resident activities.
  • Administered urine-drug screenings, monitored vital signs, facilitated detoxification protocols.
  • Monitored vital signs, reported behavioral changes, and administered medications.
  • Helped residents in daily activities and administered medications and vital signs.
  • Administered oral medication under written direction of physician and vital signs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in recording patient medical records and vital signs.
  • Maintained resident stability by monitoring vital signs and weight.
  • Ensured resident safety obtained vital signs and resident monitoring.
  • Administered medication and documented vital signs as needed.
  • Helped medication technicians with gathering vital signs.
  • Recorded and monitored vital signs frequently.
  • Observe and record residents' vital signs, conditions, food and liquid intake, and report changes to professional staff.
  • Keep files up-to-date (e.g., progress reports, vital signs house notes and individual progress notes, file paperwork.)
  • Experience in taking vital signs and looking after patients including toileting, assuring comfort, safety and mental well-being of patients.
  • Preserved patient dignity and decrease discomfort while carry out duties such as monitoring vital signs (blood pressure and pulse).
  • Assist residents with feeding, dressing, restroom, bathing, card games, activities record vital signs and daily charting.
  • Assisted with ADL's, showers, ambulation, feeding/dressing, transfers, changing linen, Took and recorded vital signs.
  • Maintain resident's stability by checking vital signs, weight, measuring urine and recording it on the output sheet.
  • Assessed patient vital signs, blood pressure, pulse readings, and observed patient's responses and changes to medications.
  • Performed health-related tasks, such as measuring and reporting vital signs (temperature, pulse and blood pressure).

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8. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Attended monthly development committee meetings to help plan programs to recognize fellow staff members and planned in-service and professional development opportunities.
  • Communicated and worked cohesively among 18 staff members and assisted the Hall Director in multicultural and diversity affairs.
  • Developed and cultivated relationships with up to forty-two residents and seven staff members by investing in each individual.
  • Participated in workshops, staff meetings, in-services while developing effective and collaborative relationships with fellow staff members.
  • Planned and implemented reflective and dynamic programming to establish connections and relationships between residents and staff members.
  • Responded to emergency situations while serving in an on-call crisis management rotation with other paraprofessional staff members.
  • Fostered and cultivated collaborative working relationship with Campus Activities staff members to plan and executive campus-wide events.
  • Maintain professional relationships with all other staff members and maintained appropriate relationships with residents and students.
  • Provide weekly supervision to direct care staff members and program supervisors concerning resident clinical treatment.
  • Corresponded with fellow staff members and supervisors about ongoing community building events and campus-wide concerns.
  • Developed and organized programs alongside fellow staff members to educate and entertain residents.
  • Learned to work both independently with residents and collaboratively with other staff members.
  • Communicated effectively and professionally with administration, students, and staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to efficiently resolve conflicts with individual students.
  • Considered staff members in decision making and handling difficult resident situations.
  • Assisted with communication between staff members and students regarding residence programs.
  • Utilized effective interpersonal skills when connecting with residents and staff members.
  • Developed positive relationships with student residents and university staff members.
  • Executed university programming initiatives in conjunction with other staff members.
  • Cooperated with 16 staff members to successfully implement university policies.

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9. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Assist residents with therapeutic treatments, personal hygiene needs, and daily living activities including community outings and community inclusion.
  • Assist residents with their daily living activities while providing a positive physical, social and psychological environment.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities including; personal hygiene, administering medications and general housekeeping.
  • Assisted physical and emotional needs of residents requiring assistance in Daily Living Activities.
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities and housekeeping.
  • Assisted residents of assisted living facility with their daily living activities.
  • Provided physical support to assist patients perform daily living activities.
  • Assisted and monitored elderly patients during daily living activities.
  • Assist residents with medications and daily living activities
  • Help residents with daily living activities such as dressing, toileting, bathing, meal preparation and medication monitoring and administering.
  • Helped professional staff demonstrate therapy techniques, such as manual and creative arts, games and daily living activities to patients.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities such as toileting, bathing, transferring in wheelchair, and feeding, if needed.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities, server in dining room, maintain a clean work area, safety checks every 2hrs
  • Assist residents with daily living activities such as getting dressed, eating meals, light cleaning, and entertainment activities.
  • Filed medical information, helped patients with daily living activities such as personal hygiene, grooming, and preparing meals.
  • Provided a myriad of services to help individuals become more independent with daily living activities using a person centered approach.
  • Head cook in the kitchen, preparing and serving balanced diets to residents Assisted residents with and daily living activities
  • Assisted with daily living activities, such as dressing and preparing breakfast and lunch also assisted with medication administration.
  • Provided quality care to patients, assisting with personal hygiene, dietary needs, and their daily living activities.
  • Assist in daily living activities: exercise, socialization, relaxation, creativity, entertainment, fulfillment of residents

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10. Conflict Resolution

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Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Gained valuable conflict resolution experience through Crisis/Emergency Intervention training as well as numerous real life crisis/emergency situations in the residence halls.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution with residents including written incidents and grievance report Worked with mentally challenged individuals in a group home setting.
  • Utilized appropriate conflict resolution and methods as described in training materials and by supervisors in mediating disputes between residents.
  • Managed a University residence hall floor of ethnically diverse undergraduate students and facilitated conflict resolution with residents and staff.
  • Focused on community development, educational programming, counseling, conflict resolution, resource referral, and policy enforcement.
  • Created meaningful & entertaining monthly programs, conducted monthly meetings with residents & performed conflict resolution when necessary.
  • Trained in time management, conflict resolution, community building, administration, facilities management and other valuable skills
  • Facilitated holistic development through interpersonal relating, confrontation of personal development, crisis response, and conflict resolution.
  • Planned daily activities that allowed for engagement among residents and stepped in for conflict resolution among roommates.
  • Create a positive living environment including conflict resolution designed to link community, faculty, and residents.
  • Organized community builders, facilitated conflict resolution, while upholding rules and policies of the residential communities.
  • Provided basic counseling services to students in emotional distress and aided in conflict resolution and crisis management.
  • Honed conflict resolution and problem solving skills while providing an open atmosphere for newly matriculated students.
  • Managed upperclassmen dorm floor by monitoring resident safety, organizing social events, and facilitating conflict resolution
  • Mediated conflict resolution between neighbors and engaged law enforcement/EMS when necessary to ensure safety of residents.
  • Educated students and enforced university policy in dorm facilities - Conducted conflict resolution sessions for residents
  • Received continuous training regarding diversity and understanding issues, conflict resolution, and community building.
  • Facilitate student centered workshops and campus programs while counseling residents on various conflict resolutions skills.
  • Facilitated conflict resolution through positive interactions and fostering an environment of respect among residents.
  • Managed conflicts and policy violations to initiate conflict resolution efforts and campus judicial processes.

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11. Positive Role Model

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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Developed sense of community among incoming freshmen and served as positive role model and mentor
  • Served as a positive role model in personal behaviors and academic pursuits
  • Demonstrate positive role modeling behavior to residents and their guests
  • Served as a positive role model to residents of assigned floor and acted as liaison between students and the College administration.
  • Represented the campus staff as a positive role model other students could look up to and come to for answers.
  • Be a positive role model, lending an ear if needed without passing judgment and giving advice when asked/needed.
  • Counseled residents regarding personal and academic concerns while being a positive role model to residents and peer staff members.
  • Endeavored to make a difference in the lives of students on campus and to be a positive role model.
  • Served as a resource, authority figure and positive role model for 30 residents of freshmen and sophomore status.
  • Serve as a positive role model to colleagues at the University in terms of Integrity and Community building.
  • Assumed a leadership role in the dorm and acted as a positive role model for all Champlain students.
  • Followed and enforced university code to all building residents, and acted as a positive role model.
  • Serve as a positive role model to residents while developing a sense of community for them.
  • Facilitated problem-solving and conflict resolution by serving as a positive role model, mediator and leader.
  • Gained essential knowledge of being a positive role model, possessing mature judgment, and flexibility.
  • Provide support to students through positive role modeling of personal, academic, and job-related conduct.
  • Create a hospitable and professional work environment and function as a positive role model for residents.
  • Act as a positive role model at all campus functions, both on and off-campus.
  • Enforced university policies, while promoting growth and learning by being a positive role model.
  • Served as a positive role model by developing a community of mutual respect and diversity.

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12. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured safety of residents by enforcing rules and regulations, facilitated educational programming for residents, and provided customer service.
  • Worked in a direct customer service position that includes secretary duties and collaboration with various university networks.
  • Acquired deep experience in Accounting, Customer Service Representative, Correspondence, and Customer Relationship Management.
  • Provided excellent, non-judgmental, confidential customer service via telephone to internal and external residents/guests.
  • Developed organizational strategies and customer service techniques to best service students and co-workers.
  • Supported and provided exceptional and responsive customer service to all residents and family.
  • Provided advising and customer service to undergraduate students in the residential environment.
  • Provided excellent customer service to residents by conducting timely maintenance request.
  • Promote positive resident relations through strong customer service and open communication.
  • Provided customer service and consulted students/families on Student Aid advice.
  • Deliver professional and consistent customer services to families and visitors.
  • Provision of customer service and administrative duties for the facility
  • Supplied superior customer service during University events and organizations.
  • Demonstrated great customer service in professional and personable situations.
  • Performed customer services duties for administration and faculty.
  • Demonstrated great customer service in a fast-paced environment.
  • Performed administrative/clerical duties and provided excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service assistance to students and visitors.
  • Exhibited friendly visitor information and general customer service.
  • Recognized by Supervisor for superior Customer Service.

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13. Educational Programs

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Here's how Educational Programs is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitate purposeful and relevant social and educational programs that lead students in building community and developing a sense of social/communal responsibility.
  • Planned and implemented educational programs focusing on diversity, academic achievement, substance abuse, campus resources and other learning objectives.
  • Developed an environment conducive to the educational and personal development of approximately 30 residents by implementing exciting and educational programs.
  • Counseled residents on various issues, developed and conducted educational programs and encouraged residents to participate in various campus activities.
  • Offered social and educational programs for residents to foster a stronger residential community and acceptance of diversity.
  • Organized, promoted, and facilitated community involvement through creating social, cultural and educational programs.
  • Promoted the community among dorm halls by leading educational programs and supporting an academically enriching environment.
  • Provided educational programs and paraprofessional counseling for a co-ed residence hall to enhance overall experience.
  • Organized multiple educational programs to educate underclassman women about diversity, life skills and self-care.
  • Supervised mentally challenged clients * Administered educational programs so clients can function in everyday life.
  • Provided emergency coverage, planned social and educational programs and participated in interviewing new candidates.
  • Developed social and educational programs for residents to build community and to complement classroom learning.
  • Created and organized social and educational programs for students to build community within living environment.
  • Provided educational programs and paraprofessional counseling for a residence hall wing of over 50 students.
  • Develop and coordinate educational programs for residents and hold regular meetings with each assigned unit.
  • Organized and implemented a variety of educational programs to enrich resident's campus experience.
  • Established partnerships with various campus departments and organizations for implementing educational programs for residents.
  • Developed and implemented innovative social and educational programs to promote student growth and development.
  • Created, organized, and led community and university social events and educational programs.
  • Orchestrated six educational programs a semester; creating an inclusive engaging environment for students.

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14. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Developed floor exclusive in addition to community wide programs and was responsible for designing two informative and/or interactive bulletin boards monthly.
  • Managed internal communication to include newsletters, bulletin boards, e-mail and verbal communication between students under my supervision.
  • Provide residents with campus resources by frequently updating bulletin boards, communicating one-on-one and providing programs for resident bonding.
  • Design and create educational and interactive residence hall bulletin boards, informational posters, and program advertisements.
  • Provided educational programming and bulletin boards to communicate information to residents of Kent State University residence halls.
  • Promote Diversity in upperclassmen residence hall by engaging in various culturally engaging programs and bulletin boards.
  • Produced creative bulletin boards to educate the student population regarding campus and community engagement opportunities.
  • Assembled monthly programming activities and educational bulletin boards to foster a positive living/learning community.
  • Designed monthly bulletin boards to increase community engagement and awareness for various topics.
  • Created and updated bulletin boards with important and pertinent information relevant to students
  • Informed and educated residents through creative monthly educational bulletin boards and programs.
  • Designed and advertised bulletin boards to provide positive insight and increase awareness.
  • Designed bulletin boards composed of either educational information or aesthetically pleasing design.
  • Supervised 40 plus residents, developed engaging bulletin boards to provoke student involvement
  • Designed, created and maintained educational and informational bulletin boards;.
  • Develop educational programming and bulletin boards for students living on campus.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and advertised information to keep students informed.
  • Provided residents with college resources and informative monthly bulletin boards.
  • Designed bulletin boards to advertise events and facilitated programs.
  • Create uplifting and educational bulletin boards with helpful information.

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15. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Managed administrative tasks including communication procedures between students and resident assistants and organizing events to promote social interaction and camaraderie.
  • Developed and implemented social and educational activities to strengthen the community Managed various administrative tasks including incident reports and maintenance requests
  • Performed administrative tasks to include documenting policy violation and conferencing with residents on expectations, behavior, and rule infractions.
  • Managed administrative tasks, recruited volunteers, enforced University policy, responded to crisis events, and resolved resident conflicts.
  • Execute administrative tasks that include answering facility phones, data, collection, organization and duplication of important documents.
  • Managed all administrative tasks related to the dormitory floor including responsibility for safety of the student residents and buildings.
  • Executed many administrative tasks including organizing and leading meetings, creating original advertising and developing and conducting programs.
  • Performed administrative tasks as required including documentation of treatment plans, critical event notes, and supervisory documentation.
  • Managed administrative tasks including weekly reports, disciplinary and policy violations, program proposals, and evaluation reports.
  • Provided paraprofessional advising to residents in the halls Developed and conducted programs Managed administrative tasks Enforced College policies
  • Performed administrative tasks and data entry for student housing and effectively promoted and enforced university housing policy.
  • Managed administrative tasks including room condition reports, maintenance requests, computer lab regulation and incident reports.
  • Complete accurate and timely administrative tasks in accordance with departmental expectations and maintaining confidentiality of student information.
  • Performed administrative tasks related to residence hall functions, completed all paperwork accurately and met all deadlines.
  • Performed administrative tasks, published weekly newsletter and participated in leadership training and team building activities.
  • Enforced university policies, managed maintenance requests, prepared incident reports, and performed administrative tasks.
  • Coordinated information programs and activities for residents, handled administrative tasks within dormitory, encouraged campus involvement
  • Use attention to detail in completing administrative tasks and the presentation of informational education boards.
  • Provided resources, education, facility management, policy enforcement and performed administrative tasks.
  • Managed administrative tasks including duty round submissions, incident reports, and room condition reports

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16. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provide care to Alzheimer and Dementia patients in an assisted-living facility housing over sixty individuals.
  • Completed activities with residents including exercise, musical based or other Dementia stimulating activities.
  • Helped elderly dementia patients with daily living skills also provided medication.
  • Attended Dementia 101-workshop, Brain Health-workshop, Montessori Based Dementia Programming-workshop
  • Help dementia patients complete prescribed therapy and exercise routines.
  • Cared for elderly, developmentally delayed and dementia residents.
  • Learned and utilized specialized care techniques for residents with Dementia
  • Assist elderly individuals with dementia with their daily living
  • Participate in activities with Alzheimer and dementia residents.
  • Assisted residents having different levels of dementia.
  • Assisted dementia patients in everyday activities.
  • Worked with geriatric individuals with dementia.
  • Provided assistance to elderly residents with dementia
  • Work 3rd shift on the dementia unit, assist with activities of daily living, ambulate patient and assist patients with transfers
  • Assist Alzheimer & Dementia patients in their daily life functions such as bathing, feeding, light housekeeping, etc.
  • Helped residents with dementia do all daily tasks in the morning, middle of the day, and at night.
  • Have taken classes for dementia, transfer equipment, different oxygen tanks and cylinders, catheters and proper catheter care.
  • Assisted residents, many with dementia, with everyday living procedures, such as hygiene, mobility, and dining
  • Assisted Residents who were diagnosed with severe Dementia and helped them with their daily exercises and medical needs.
  • Maintained needed supplies and equipment available for all residents of the dementia unit as well as the staff.

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17. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Fulfilled obligations of bi-monthly front desk monitoring and on-call duty to respond to resident emergencies.
  • Front desk administration and hall event coordination, and associated miscellaneous resident assistant responsibilities.
  • Provided daily front desk customer service and performed weekly office administrative duties.
  • Front desk operational duties including data entry and equipment inventory.
  • Increased customer satisfaction by establishing new front desk operation protocols.
  • Worked at the front desk performing various administrative responsibilities.
  • Provided front desk security and regulated visitation.
  • Maintain front desk/office cleanliness and organization.
  • Provide customer service for people that call the residence halls with questions or that need help in person at the front desk
  • Work at front desk witch including answering phones, sorting mail and accomplishing tasks from the Assistant coordinator of student life.
  • Front desk receptionist and greeted and directed visitors, residents as appropriate, received and recorded monthly rent payment from residents.
  • Front desk management (answering phone calls, handling mail, checking in/out students), customer service, and security.
  • Operated front desk duties including answering phones and providing customer service of the community facilities and equipment to guests and residents.
  • Clean common areas, public restrooms, laundry rooms, dining room, activity room, and front desk area.
  • Served as the front desk personnel during evening hours to ensure safety of campers and solve problems as they arose.
  • Managed front desk staff, provided guidance and support to young adults for a facility that housed over 200 individuals.
  • Front desk operation including answering incoming phone calls, cleaning the facility, maintaining the laundry room and kitchen area.
  • Worked at the front desk of a student resident hall to answer phone calls and assist students with their needs.
  • Assisted the Hall Director and other Resident Assistants with day to day operations of the Residence Hall and front desk.
  • Managed various administrative duties including answering the front desk phones, sorting and distributing mail, and handling incident reports.

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18. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with daily living activities of Alzheimer's and Dementia patients including transportation to appointments, meal preparation and medication distribution
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support along with supervision to individuals with Alzheimer's and Dementia.
  • Provided comprehensive medical and emotional care for dementia and Alzheimer patients.
  • Prepare and administer medication to dementia and Alzheimer residents.
  • Performed direct care/ADL's with elderly residents with dementia/Alzheimer.
  • Certificate of completing Alzheimer and Dementia training.
  • Change, bathe, feed, toilet, shower, and assist residents with Alzheimer's and Dementia in everyday needs.
  • Assisted 3rd stage Alzheimer's residents with ADL'S, housekeeping, ROM, provided residents with daily medications at specified times
  • Provided personal assistance to individuals with varying conditions such as; Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, Diabetes, and Hospice.
  • Cared for six Alzheimer patients by handling, bathing, feeding, medication, blood glucose checks, vital signs i.e.
  • Attended facility meetings to discuss quality care and learn about conditions, such as, dementia, Alzheimer's, etc.
  • Assist Alzheimer's patients, feed, help with ADL, shower, change diapers, ambulate, assist with bedpan
  • Performed nursing assistant skills with residents of the assisted living unit as well as the Alzheimer's and dementia unit.
  • Care for patients with Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease who can not remember how to live all by their selves.
  • Managed all care for an Alzheimer's patient, preparing meals, doctors visits, prepared and gave medications daily.
  • Helped Alzheimer's patients with ADL'S, such as bathing, toileting, feeding, and other daily activities.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those few with dementia and Alzheimer's outside of the memory care unit.
  • Required a lot of work with residents with Alzheimer's/dementia, sometimes requiring one on one care with a resident.
  • Assisted with residents in the assisted living areas as well as resistances in the Alzheimer's dementia care unit.
  • Shared joint responsibility for the care of elderly, Alzheimer/dementia oriented residents, under the directions of a RN.

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19. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Program planning, personal counseling and crisis intervention while building community among up to 25 residents on a university residence hall
  • Provided information, leadership, crisis intervention and counseling to students about personal and academic issues.
  • Participated in an on-call duty rotation and served as the emergency contact person providing crisis intervention.
  • Monitor youth at a residential facility to ensure their well-being and providing crisis intervention as necessary.
  • Prepare an interactive presentation discussing topics of crisis intervention, rules of confidentiality and professionalism.
  • Provided crisis intervention to high-risk college students while having served as a suicide prevention coordinator.
  • Confronted inappropriate behavior and engaged in crisis intervention when necessary according to Institute protocol.
  • Trained in interpersonal communication, risk management, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution.
  • Identified and resolved problem situations through counseling, conflict resolution and crisis intervention.
  • Provide crisis intervention and emergency response including referrals based on a need assessment.
  • Supervised teens in residential treatment setting using behavioral modification and crisis intervention skills
  • Trained and led seminars in personal crisis intervention and interpersonal conflict mediation.
  • Developed crisis intervention and management skills through counseling, referrals and experience.
  • Trained and experienced in crisis intervention, interpersonal communication and conflict management/resolution.
  • Trained in diversity, medical emergency assistance, and crisis intervention.
  • Implemented crisis intervention to defuse potentially threatening situations and restore stability.
  • Implemented crisis intervention techniques and collaborated with Campus Police when necessary.
  • Participated in extensive training on crisis intervention and leadership development topics.
  • Trained in interpersonal communication, crisis intervention, and administrative skills.
  • Provided mediation, crisis intervention, and para-counseling to residents.

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20. Community Building

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Here's how Community Building is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitated community building and hosted a variety educational events to university freshman and sophomores that promoted the acquisition of professional skills.
  • Developed and presented community building programs steered toward personal wellness, scholarship, engagement, appreciation of difference and responsible citizenship.
  • Developed and implemented a community building model founded on mutual respect and inclusion for an assigned community of 30-70 undergraduate residents.
  • Mentored 60 first-year students and achieved a 97.4% student satisfaction rate by facilitating community building activities and educational workshops.
  • Supervised 40 first year residents, organized educational and community building programs, advised students with academic and personal issues
  • Provide a living and learning community that supports students' academics and community building to approximately 50 residents.
  • Received comprehensive training in active listening, crisis management, programming, community building, and emergency readiness.
  • Developed and implemented community building programs and initiatives on diversity, safety and security and educational topics.
  • Fostered community building within my halls by offering students both social and educational activities and programs.
  • Plan and engage student-residents in monthly community building activities to strengthen their affiliation with the University.
  • Exhibited leadership through role modeling and community building in a diverse environment of approximately eighty students.
  • Develop and facilitate living learning based community building programs to members of the residential community.
  • Cultivated an engaging, interactive environment for 30 freshmen through educational programming and community building.
  • Created and implemented programming that would promote cultural diversity, educational advancement and community building.
  • Helped build interpersonal relationships between residents by planning and executing creative community building programs.
  • Planned and executed community building programs for residents, using leadership and management skills.
  • Planned and implement programs focusing on safety, educational development, and community building.
  • Collaborated closely with a team of over thirty people on numerous community building initiatives.
  • Organized campus-wide activities and monthly program supporting community building, multiculturalism, and self-awareness.
  • Focused on community building within four coed apartment buildings, conducting monthly apartment inspections.

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21. Academic Performance

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Developed and lead community service projects and internal student presentations on diversity, chemical abuse, personal relationships and academic performance.
  • Provided paraprofessional advising to residents on academic performance, social acceptance, and diversity as well as enforced college policy
  • Developed and presented programs on diversity, relationships, and academic performance to foster a productive learning environment.
  • Develop and conduct social, educational, academic performance, cultural, developmental, recreational and athletic programs.
  • Advised residents on personal and academic issues such as academic performance, social acceptance and homesickness.
  • Developed programs on diversity, security, and academic performance for undergraduate students.
  • Created Strategic programs and methods that increase student academic performance and retention.
  • Impacted residents' academic performance.
  • Planned and implemented programs with an emphasis on cultural issues, academic performance, institute policy, and social skill building.
  • Confronted and resolved issues on diversity, racism, alcohol, and drug abuse, academic performance, and social acceptance.
  • Developed and conducted programs for college students on diversity, student resources, relationships, security, and academic performance.
  • Mediated and consulted on issues of diversity, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, academic performance and social acceptance.
  • Developed and conducted programs on diversity, civic engagement, education, interaction, and life skills academic performance.
  • Developed and conducted programs on diversity, racism, alcohol and drug abuse, academic performance and social acceptance.
  • Confronted and resolved issues on roommate conflicts, alcohol and drug uses, and academic performance.
  • Confronted and resolved issues on alcohol and drugs, academic performance, and living arrangements.
  • Developed and conducted programs on diversity, social justice, relationships, and academic performance.
  • Encouraged students' academic performance in the classroom through individual conversations and small group meetings.
  • Mediated disputes and resolved issues on diversity, academic performance, and social acceptance.
  • Resolve issues related to alcohol/drug abuse, social acceptance, and academic performance.

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22. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Responded to emergencies and enforcing policies to ensure residents followed University and housing policies to maintain a respectful and safe environment.
  • Created and maintained a welcoming and safe environment for approximately forty males and females by utilizing active and passive planning initiatives.
  • Cultivated a safe environment, encouraged personal growth, fostered social responsibility, academically supported and developed leadership for students.
  • Inspected students rooms to provide a safe environment Facilitated negotiations between roommates when conflicts arose.
  • Developed and maintained a safe environment for first-year students while also enforcing college policies and regulations
  • Maintained and encouraged a comfortable and safe environment by enforcing campus rules and regulations.
  • Provided/maintained a healthy and safe environment conducive to academic/personal growth, and student living.
  • Create a safe environment conducive to maximum academic, personal and social development.
  • Recognized and rewarded outstanding work performance to cultivate a positive and safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for residential students; enforced building-wide rules when necessary.
  • Promote community development and personal growth among residents while ensuring a safe environment.
  • Promote a safe environment that fosters community engagement and building of relationships.
  • Cultivated an inclusive, respectful and safe environment while enforcing university policies.
  • Established a safe environment that promoted well-being where residents started policing themselves.
  • Created safe environment for students to develop interpersonal and academic skills.
  • Document patient observations Maintained a Safe environment for residents and staff.
  • Provided personal and academic support while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided a safe environment conductive to study and community building.
  • Create a safe environment emotionally and physically.
  • Provided safe environment for marginalized populations.

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23. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted dormitory students with campus living, including, student documentation, enrichment events, essential information sharing and emergency situations.
  • Led, motivated and advised students on college life and organized community activities; Handled emergency situations and resolved students conflicts
  • Enforced University and Residence Life rules and regulations, responded to emergency situations, and submitted required paperwork.
  • Maintain regularly scheduled duty coverage and assist as instructed during emergency situations per departmental and supervisory expectations 6.
  • Enforced and upheld university policies, addressed and mediated conflicts, and responded quickly and efficiently to emergency situations
  • Assisted the Director of Residence Life with directing staff and handling sensitive information during emergency situations.
  • Enforced dorm and college policies and ensured resident safety during both emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Implemented and followed crisis protocol in emergency situations and communicated to emergency services when necessary.
  • Call ambulance in emergency situations and calling appropriate family members about residents living and changes.
  • Enforced residence hall policies and provided assistance to the Residence Life Coordinator in emergency situations.
  • React quickly to emergency situations.communicate effectively with residents or patient, families and facility stuff
  • Communicate with other staff and professionals to resolve problems and emergency situations when necessary.
  • Respond to crisis/emergency situations and refer situations to CD Coordinator on call when necessary.
  • Managed safety protocols, mediated and resolved conflicts, and responded to emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations in residence halls and assisted students in resolving conflicts.
  • Monitored for environmental safety hazards and events such as fire and emergency situations.
  • Managed community safety, addressed and reported on maintenance issues and emergency situations.
  • Mediated conflicts and responded to emergency situations when necessary, filing necessary paperwork.
  • Participated in safety and security walks and maintained an on-call rotation for emergency situations
  • Led emergency drills and ensured the safety of residents during emergency situations.

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24. Community Development

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Here's how Community Development is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Influenced community development and educational responsibility among residents.
  • Designed recreational and educational activities/programs for community development.
  • Facilitated community development within a residential community environment.
  • Planned and executed educational and community development activities
  • Organized and executed programs in Community Development, Academic Success, Self-Exploration and Awareness, Community Citizenship, and Cross-Cultural Experience.
  • Organized and promoted community development, with a focus on maintaining an educational environment, through fostering effective relationships with residents.
  • Developed and organized community-building programming throughout the school year, including activities for personal, social, and community development.
  • Engaged 80 college students by orchestrating team activities and educational programs designed for community development and ensuring a welcoming environment.
  • General responsibilities include providing assistance in crisis situations, community development and developing resident activities, and general residential assistance.
  • Identify needs of residential community to plan needs based spiritual, educational, community development programs to promote active engagement.
  • Demonstrate personal investment for community development through anticipating individual student needs and taking appropriate action to meet those needs.
  • Helped individuals understand the impact of inappropriate behavior on community development, academic, personal, and professional success.
  • Managed Community Development, Administration, Policy Implementation, and Residential Education in a residence hall of 70-100 residents.
  • Assisted 28 residents with community development - Established and implemented academic and social programs - Facility management and operation specialist
  • Demonstrate administrative capabilities through regular resident reports and weekly community development meetings with Housing and Residence Life supervisors.
  • Fostered community development through planning, organizing, and implementing events, such as educational and entertainment programs.
  • Budgeted money allotted to providing residents with programs geared toward academics, personal growth, and community development.
  • Fostered community development through regular house meetings, cultural and educational events, and collaboration with Italian faculty.
  • Plan a combination of community development activities and formal programs in accordance with campus/residential college programming requirements.
  • Created and implemented social, educational, spiritual and community development programs for the total campus community.

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25. Social Programs

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Here's how Social Programs is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Planned and coordinated personal development and social programs for 12-200 residents while partnering with campus organizations to help facilitate these events.
  • Created educational/social programs to build community and create awareness about safety, diversity, academic, involvement, and personal development.
  • Promote overall campus community building in University Apartments through organizing of educational and social programs promoting career development and cultural diversity.
  • Coordinated large scale events with other campus organizations Developed educational, recreational and/or social programs Created promotional posters for social events
  • Developed and coordinated regular academic, cultural, and social programs while assisting with hall-wide safety and security measures.
  • Contributed to campus life by facilitating and developing philanthropic, recreational, educational, and social programs and events.
  • Facilitate a variety of educational and social programs, which support community development, student learning and student retention.
  • Organized and planned educational and social programs for women including Safety sexual Health education and sexual assault prevention.
  • Coordinated educational and social programs for 50 plus residents on topics as diversity and creating successful relationships.
  • Facilitate adapting to Stony Brook life by organizing social programs and icebreakers for new students attending orientation.
  • Coordinated community development activities and programs; planned educational, cultural and social programs within budget.
  • Executed monthly educational and social programs, encouraging students' political, social and cultural development.
  • Hosted educational, diversity, and social programs regularly; fostered community involvement and development.
  • Facilitated academic and social programs that promoted student transition and implemented educational programming for residents.
  • Provided individual counseling, and coordinated over 30 educational and social programs for upper-class students.
  • Fostered community by marketing educational, spiritual, and social programs to residents across campus.
  • Planned educational and social programs, and dealt with interpersonal problems and general administration tasks.
  • Developed and planed a variety of educational and social programs such as Diversity/Study abroad Night.
  • Fostered a community oriented environment through incorporating a series of educational and social programs.
  • Created a supportive community atmosphere through social programs, event planning and educational programs.

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26. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provide administrative and resident support to staff to drive organizational objectives and drive patient care objectives.
  • Complete patient care activities as assigned while promoting excellent patient satisfaction and outcomes.
  • Followed company policy to ensure proper documentation and patient care and safety.
  • Provided patient care assistant in home with individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Documented patient care/activities, following all company and government protocols.
  • Improved written communication by continually charting after every patient care.
  • Attended multidisciplinary team meetings for coordination of patient care.
  • Light housekeeping laundry meal preparation errands patient care medication reminders
  • Direct patient care of individuals with Developmental Disabilities.
  • Provided high-quality patient care throughout the facility.
  • Provided patient care for assisted living residents
  • Acted as patient advocate and implemented total patient care as part of a team covering 8-10 high acuity patients per shift.
  • Assigned and implemented patient care for 24 patients suffering from dementia and bipolar disorder; assigned to other sections as needed.
  • Assisted in the mitigation of patient complaints, patient care, risk management and any research activities, as delegated.
  • Total patient care, ADL, combative client control, ROM, mobility assistance, behavior modification, room/bed checks.
  • Maintain daily log records of patient care, condition, and progression to report and discuss observations with lead supervisor.
  • Attend weekly patient review meeting with director, therapists, and facility Administrator to review patient care and progress.
  • Recorded patient care, condition, progress and problems to report, discussed observations with supervisor or case manager.
  • Experience with clinical patient care, medical diagnosis, surgical and medical treatments, and clinical and basic science researches
  • Assisted clients in transitional housing, who were in partial day treatment/ intensive outpatient care for eating and co-occurring disorders

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27. Personal Development

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Here's how Personal Development is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Developed and conducted programs on diversity, chemical abuse, personal development, relationships, security, and academic performance.
  • Emphasized multicultural competence, academic success, civil responsibility and leadership, and personal development to my 20 undergraduate residents.
  • Launched community development programs for residence hall of 400 students to promote personal development in accordance with Residence Life curriculum.
  • Developed and facilitated resident programs, which foster lifelong learning, diversity, personal development and community service among the residents
  • Develop interactive and engaging programming to promote academic success, cultural competency, interpersonal development, and community engagement.
  • Developed and conducted programs on substance and chemical abuse, sexual awareness, diversity, academic performance and personal development
  • Ensured a community atmosphere in the residence areas that was conducive to academic endeavors and healthy personal development.
  • Developed and conducted programs on diversity, educational, personal development, community outreach, and academic performance.
  • Developed programs/ workshops focused on diversity, substance abuse, personal development, relationships, and academic performance.
  • Establish a community that encourages interpersonal development through the use of community activities and one on one interaction.
  • Provide paraprofessional counseling and assistance to my residents with personal development, social and academic performance issues.
  • Organized and directed programs to promote cultural diversity, engagement, personal development, and personal well-being.
  • Organize activities in areas of cultural competency, community engagement, critical thinking, and personal development.
  • Utilized great listening and communication skills to foster a diverse community and assist residents in personal development.
  • Developed and conducted proactive programs centered on diversity, fostering relationships, personal development and academic performance.
  • Facilitate programs on diversity, personal development, relationship building, security, and academic performance.
  • Orchestrated social, cultural, and educational programs in order to promote community and personal development.
  • Assisted in creating an environment that fosters academic achievement, personal development and safety of residents.
  • Addressed the issues of multicultural competence, civic responsibility, academic success and personal development.
  • Developed and executed programs based on diversity, personal development, academic performance and self-identity.

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28. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provided information, mediation, general counseling and referral resources to residents experiencing personal, academic, and social difficulties.
  • Supervised student activity within the dorm environment, monitored curfew, counseled students, and communicated any important information.
  • Counseled students on various personal and academic issues and mediated conflicts to facilitate cooperative and considerate group living environments.
  • Counseled younger university students; mediated problems within assigned residences; organized and implemented programming to create community.
  • Provided educational programming and paraprofessional counseling for a residence hall of 44 male and female college students.
  • Counseled student residents on personal and academic issues, clarified residential concerns, devised monthly resident meetings.
  • Provided leadership and paraprofessional counseling to undergraduate students in a freshman residential environment over three academic years.
  • Resolved interpersonal conflicts and disputes; encouraged collaboration and teamwork; provided individual counseling and support.
  • Provided paraprofessional counseling and advising to undergraduate co-ed students in a diverse cultural and academic community.
  • Adhered to student counseling guideline in order to impartially and neutrally assist students while emphasizing confidentiality.
  • Counseled residents regarding their rights and responsibilities in accordance with residence hall and University policies.
  • Provided personal and spiritual counsel and guidance to student residents, including interpersonal conflict mediation.
  • Provided direction and counseling for students ranging from academic to social/personal areas of opportunities.
  • Referred students to appropriate on-campus resources and provided counsel regarding personal and academic concerns.
  • Counseled and guided students through post-traumatic experiences, alcohol/drug abuse, and disciplinary hearings.
  • Provided academic and personal counseling for residents in a community-oriented 280-resident building.
  • Counseled and prepared freshman residents for their transition into Virginia State University.
  • Counseled and mentored undergraduates in regard to educational and professional goals.
  • Counseled students collectively and individually to address conflict and support well-being.
  • Prepared to refer students to University counseling and advising programs.

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29. Positive Living Environment

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Here's how Positive Living Environment is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained a positive living environment designed to link community, faculty, and residents, often implementing various conflict resolution strategies.
  • Developed a positive living environment and assisted 73 residents by coordinating activities to establish and promote the construction of social networks.
  • Developed a positive living environment designed to encourage community, academic success, social responsibility, and a healthy lifestyle.
  • Peer Mentor Create/Developed a positive living environment designed to link community, faculty, and residents, often-resolving conflict.
  • Created a positive living environment designed to link residents and faculty, often resolving conflicts while meeting university standards.
  • Fostered a positive living environment designed to promote community by connecting residents, faculty, and community members.
  • Developed a positive living environment to promote residents' personal and professional growth and involvement with the community.
  • Created/Developed a positive living environment designed to link community, faculty, and residents, often resolving conflict
  • Created and developed a positive living environment between residents and the college community, often resolving conflict.
  • Promoted positive living environment for residents by enforcing campus rules and helping students with academic and personal difficulties
  • Fostered the development of a positive living environment and of friendly relationships among forty undergraduate students.
  • Developed programs and events to promote academic excellence, community-building, and a positive living environment.
  • Developed and promoted a positive living environment conducive to student academic excellence, growth and development.
  • Fostered the positive living environment designed by respecting the individual differences of all community members.
  • Provided academic, social, recreational and wellness programming to provide a positive living environment.
  • Developed a positive living environment for residents designed to ease their transition into higher education.
  • Developed a positive living environment in order to foster communication between students and faculty.
  • Developed a positive living environment designed to link community, faculty, and residents.
  • Created a positive living environment designed to cultivate community for residents while in college
  • Created a positive living environment by providing peer counseling and encouraging self expression.

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30. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Completed extensive training in crisis management, multicultural issues, and diversity awareness to effectively provide leadership in residence hall.
  • Worked with emergency personal to develop a crisis management and building evacuation plan that was performed during emergency situations.
  • Participated in extensive training, including investigation, conflict resolution, crisis management, safety and security.
  • Collaborate with university officials, university administration, and emergency personnel to handle crisis management and response.
  • Completed training in crisis management and emergency response preparedness resulting in appointment as a floor marshal.
  • Gained experience in crisis management and maintaining the daily safety of a residential environment.
  • Developed leadership, crisis management, counseling, supervision, administrative and coordinating skills.
  • Participated in assessment, administration, conflict resolution, crisis management and leadership training.
  • Handled security, mediation, conflict/crisis management, and written communication of pertinent/time-sensitive information.
  • Performed weekly duty responsibilities that required documentation, crisis management, and conflict mediation.
  • Coached individuals and groups on effective problem-solving and crisis management in hostile situations.
  • Managed large groups of students Facilitated crisis management Created and marketed events for students
  • Trained in crisis management, inclusion and diversity, and effective communication methods.
  • Worked with crisis management, personal counseling, administrative activities and government advisement.
  • Trained in crisis management, multiculturalism, interpersonal communication, and public speaking.
  • Facilitate conflict mediation and crisis management between students regarding academic and personal affairs.
  • Certified in fire safety and received training in mental illness and conflict/crisis management.
  • Assisted with crisis management, University policy violations, and leadership development.
  • Mediated interpersonal conflicts, trained in crisis management, facilitated administrative duties.
  • Performed crisis management in situations ranging from substance abuse to suicide prevention.

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31. Resident Director

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Here's how Resident Director is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborated with other Resident Assistants' and Resident Director to plan and implement holiday celebrations, co-ed events and educational activities.
  • Mediated conflict between roommates/ other residents, and followed procedures as necessary to report incidents to Resident Director.
  • Worked closely with Resident Directors, campus security, and other university officials to maintain university standards.
  • Maintained effective and positive communication with and between the Resident Assistant staff and Resident Director.
  • Supervised 162 women efficiently in a dormitory under the management of a Resident Director.
  • Provided educational and personal assistance to residents; made referrals to the Resident Director.
  • Managed difficult and/or emotional resident situation and documented reported all situations to Resident Director.
  • Communicate any concerns immediately to your Resident Director via an information and/or incident report.
  • Developed and submitted compliance reports regarding structural issues/updates for Resident Director each month.
  • Served as interim Resident Director during absence of Resident Director & Complex Coordinator.
  • Cooperated with Resident Directors to determine strategic approaches for events and community outreach.
  • Enforce campus and residential policies and submit communication reports to Resident Director.
  • Participated in weekly staff meetings with Resident Director and other Resident Assistants.
  • Provided post-program evaluations to Resident Director to improve for future programs.
  • Assisted Resident Director with enforcement of university housing rules and regulations.
  • Coordinated with Resident Director to assist students struggling academically and emotionally.
  • Attended weekly staff and individuals meetings with Resident Director for development.
  • Facilitated structured interviews for new Resident Directors and Residents Assistants.
  • Supervised dormitory activities and assisted Resident Director in administrative duties.
  • Assisted the resident director with community development throughout the university.

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32. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained complete and accurate documentation, monitored medication administration, assisted counselors, transported residents to interviews, doctor's appointments.
  • Teach clients independent living skills Promote intellectual and social growth of clients Monitor clients while maintaining health and safety Medication administration
  • Managed and administered residents' medications by communicating with medical providers, pharmacies and updating and using medication administration records.
  • Perform weekly check-in of medication; cross-check monthly medication administration records; monitor non-prescription medications request for refills as needed.
  • Assisted residents in performing activities of daily living including dressing, bathing, feeding, ambulation, and medication administration
  • Provide direct resident care, medication administration/ observation/ reminder, and other services as listed on service agreement.
  • Ensured that all medications and treatments were administered accurately and timely according Medication Administration Record (MAR).
  • Multitasking-Cared for 5 residents independently assisting with bathing, eating, dressing, medication administration, and activities.
  • Specialize in writing detailed reports, medication administration, keeping accurate records, and maintaining good communication.
  • Document initial Medication Administration Record (MAR) after medication is administered per facility policy and procedure.
  • Assist residents with the administration of their medications in accordance with DDS Medication Administration Certifications requirements.
  • Handled medication administration records, narcotic counts, medication orders with pharmacy, and patient confidentiality.
  • Light housekeeping, assist residents with showering, assist residents with toileting, medication administration.
  • Provided assistance with daily activities such as meal preparation, personal hygiene, and medication administration
  • Provided assistance with medication administration under the written direction of physician or nurse.
  • Provided and assisted with medication administration and treatment services as designated by nursing.
  • Provided interactive care to Alzheimer's patients and assisted with medication administration.
  • Completed daily documentation, service notes and Medication Administration records as delegated.
  • Assisted in medication administration, recreational outings, completed all required paperwork.
  • Pass daily medications and accurately record in the Medication Administration Records.

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33. Roommate Conflicts

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Here's how Roommate Conflicts is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Mediate occasional roommate conflicts and participate in an on-call, emergency-response duty rotation handling a range of resident crisis situations
  • Conducted conflict mediation meetings with students having roommate conflicts and developed critical thinking skills in situations of emergency.
  • Counseled residents about roommate conflicts and interpersonal relationships, as well as personal issues and academic concerns.
  • Mediated roommate conflicts for residents experiencing difficulties in personal, social and educational issues.
  • Communicated university policy to coed residents, and managed roommate conflicts among residents.
  • Mediate roommate conflicts and resolve using therapeutic communication skills Accomplishments National Residence Hall Honorary
  • Mediated roommate conflicts and worked with residents to achieve mutually beneficial resolutions.
  • Facilitated roommate conflicts and helped resolve residential issues using problem solving methods.
  • Managed residential hall updating community calendar and mediating roommate conflicts.
  • Mediated roommate conflicts and enforced university safety and security protocols.
  • Handled maintenance request, roommate conflicts and other academic/financial issues.
  • Report all roommate conflicts and disciplinary problems to Residence Director.
  • Mediate roommate conflicts and protected sensitive information on students.
  • Supervised 75 residents and facilitated roommate conflicts to resolution.
  • Analyzed potential residential issues and helped mediate roommate conflicts.
  • Enforced campus disciplinary policies and mediated roommate conflicts.
  • Handled roommate conflicts and assisted in formulating resolutions.
  • Negotiated roommate contracts and mediated roommate conflicts.
  • Mediate roommate conflicts through communication and compromise.
  • Served as a mediator during residential/roommate conflicts.

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34. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated with ninety residents daily Prioritized daily needs of residents and job duties Monitored and recorded daily hygiene of all residents
  • Qualified Medication Administration Personnel and helping residents with daily needs.
  • Assisted patients with daily needs and administered medications
  • Engage with 35+ residents to assist in their daily needs, personal well being and insure a healthy academic environment.
  • Assisted nursing staff, Q-maps, and other associates in making sure the daily needs of the residents were met.
  • Assist residents moving in and out of their beds, baths, wheelchairs and other personal care for daily needs.
  • Direct CareBathing, feeding, and tending to the daily needs of elderly patients Supervising behavioral youth in their residential setting
  • Make rounds every 2 hours * Assist residents with ADL's * Do paperwork and assist residents with daily needs
  • Assist residents with daily needs, medication reminders and administration and any other needs the residents may have.
  • Provided nearly fifty residents with assistance in daily needs such as bathing, laundry, and dietary needs.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs and activities, cleaned residents living quarters, helped with nutritional needs.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs: dressing, showers, laundry, escorting to meals, etc.
  • Assisted residents with all daily needs, such as showering, dressing, and daily meal preparation/serving.
  • Assist residents with daily needs, which include but not limited to bathing, dressing and eating.
  • Work in a team environment to assist the residents in the home with their daily needs.
  • Assist residents in daily needs including but not limited to meals, bathing, dressing and toileting
  • Care for residents in the home setting as well as help them with daily needs an activities
  • Assisted with residents with daily tasks, dietary needs were met and also other daily needs.
  • Assist resident will daily needs such as helping them with showers and going to the bathroom.
  • Serve resident daily needs, assist with feeding, bathing, dressing transport, game activities.

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35. RAS

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Here's how RAS is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained safety and security of facilities by periodically physically monitoring premises and usage of security cameras.
  • Ensured compliance with Dormitory standards by monitoring Dorm security cameras (approximately 4 hours/week).
  • Monitored security cameras, administered medication to residents, called law enforcement when necessary.
  • Managed temporary key check-outs, took/transferred phone calls, assisted residents, monitored security cameras
  • Front desk operations of answering phones, monitoring security cameras and doors and family visitations
  • Monitor the security cameras and report any incidents or emergencies.
  • Monitored building security through closed circuit video cameras.
  • Monitored security cameras while on duty.
  • Monitored security cameras/ Parking lot entry
  • Monitored any skin tears, open wounds, rashes and any behavior disturbances to the charge nurse and treatment nurse if applicable
  • Received training on emergency procedures including fire safety, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual harassment/abuse, and medical emergencies.
  • Coordinate with administration to add soap dispensers in every bathroom as well as the appropriate amount of trashcans per floor.
  • Managed extreme conflicts such as gang and gun violence, sexual harassment, alcohol poisoning, drug abuse and suicide.
  • Sweep and mop floors, collect and dispose properly of all trash and recyclables and deliver stock to assigned locations.
  • Preform house- keeping duties (dusting, moping, vacuuming, making beds, trash removal and dusting.)
  • Provide medication(s) make beds, change linens and trash and provide rounds every two hours.
  • Motivated students to pursue leadership and involvement opportunities by providing them with a thorough grasp of campus resources.
  • Trained to notice and handle various crisis situations such as possible suicide, sexual harassment, and discrimination.
  • Handled basic human resources responsibilities to include presentations on suicide prevention, alcohol abuse, and sexual harassment.
  • Confront the behaviors that infringe upon the rights of other residents, facilitate awareness and establish community infrastructure.

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36. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained certification to administer medication and CPR certification as well.
  • Attended leadership conferences and received first-aid certification, red watch certification, CPR/AED certification, and Safe place certification.
  • Administered medications; helped to assist residents with hygiene; urinary catheter care; first aide/CPR, perform vitals.
  • Attend training including CPR/First Aid, OSHA, back and injury prevention training and other training required by ASI.7.
  • Med Passer, Standard Precautions Training, First Aid and CPR Training and still need Fire Safety Training.
  • Participated in 3 weeks of training sessions and earned certification in CPR, AED, and First Aid.
  • General care giving (elderly disabled), food prep., activity assistant, CPR certified.
  • Certified in CPR/First Aid, Medication, Abuse and Neglect, and Overview of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Maintain accurate medical records, completed CPR, medical record, vulnerable adult and safety training.
  • Have taken CPR class, and Medication training, as well as OSHA and HIPPA training.
  • Completed training for Abuse & Neglect, CPR & Standard First Aid, and Administering Medications.
  • Trained all units (Alzheimer and Skilled Residents) and CPR Certification, medical terminology.
  • Certified in HRI notes, MRI medication, Therapeutic interventions, First Aid and CPR.
  • Completed Resident Assistant training that included leadership conferences, team building, and first aid/CPR.
  • Be confident in one s own ability to perform first aid, CPR and triage.
  • Certified in basic adult CPR and practitioner I Professional Crisis Management (PCM).
  • Perform safety techniques, including CPR and first aid, in emergency situation.
  • Certified First Aid and CPR as well as Child and Adult Abuse Reporting.
  • Completed all training and agency required courses and obtained CPR/ First Aid Certification.
  • Provide input and effective intervention strategies certified in CPR and First Aid.

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37. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Take vital signs such as body temperature, pulse, respiratory rate, and blood pressure of clients throughout the day.
  • Perform and record patient assessments like checking for vital signs, temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and respiration.
  • Monitored vitals for Residents; Blood glucose levels, Weight, Pulse ox, Pulse, and Blood pressures.
  • Bathe, feed, cook, laundry, distribute medications, check blood sugars, blood pressures, etc.
  • Take and record blood pressure, oral and rectal temperatures, pulse, respiration, and pain level.
  • Lodged in monthly blood pressure and weight in patient charts* Assisted with cleaning/sanitizing in different areas of the building
  • Take residents blood pressure, oxygen levels, temperature, pulse * Use mechanical lifts to transfer non-ambulatory residents
  • Measure and record patient's temperature, heart beat, blood pressure and respiration on daily basis.
  • Take residents blood pressure and pulse, keep correct documentation, And respect patients rules and rights.
  • Record height/weight, along with vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, and pulse.
  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of taking vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, pulses, and respiration.
  • Measure and record patients' vitals such as temperature, blood sugar, blood pressure and pulse.
  • Take patients vital statistics (temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration).
  • Pass medications, check blood sugar and blood pressure levels, and work on goals.
  • Help with medical activities like vital signs like blood pressure, pulses, and temperature.
  • Take and record temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure as assigned.
  • Monitored patient vital signs including ; Blood pressure, pulse and Blood glucose levels.
  • Administer medications, check blood pressure, check blood sugar, give eye drops.
  • Helped patients with hygiene and dressing and took vital signs and monitored blood pressure.
  • Distribute medication at proper times and record blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

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38. Memory Care

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Here's how Memory Care is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain organization of memory care unit while providing companionship and assisting residents with daily living and activities
  • Provided nursing assistance to residents in an assisted living and memory care facility.
  • Developed and led activities specifically tailored to geriatric patients with memory care needs.
  • Aided family and residents transition into assisted living and memory care environment.
  • Lead memory care caregiver / activity assist
  • Assist residents in the memory care unit with activities of daily living while promoting their independence, dignity, and individuality.
  • Provide all daily care for elderly residents and memory care residents such as feeding, toileting, hygiene care, housekeeping.
  • Specialized working in the memory care unit, taking care of residents with some more needs than other in assisted living.
  • Assisted the residents in all day to day activities and special needs in both the assisted living and memory care units.
  • Cared for Residents in locked memory care unit by assisting with daily activities, personal needs, and passing medication.
  • Worked in the Assisted Living and Memory Care units providing assistance with daily living for geriatric residential patients.
  • Assist & provide personal care with the elderly in memory care, who has dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Completed clinical, transfer, incontinent care, catheter care rotations in AL and Memory Care Unit.
  • Assisted residents with daily care on 7a-7p shift also did activities with residents in the memory care unit
  • Assisted residents with their daily living and memory care such as grooming nails and hair and shaving.
  • House Keeping, and serving food at meal times, and assisted In the memory care until.
  • Assisted vulnerable adults in a 16 bed memory care unit with all daily and personal cares.
  • Care and assistance with residents at a retirement community that also has a memory care unit.
  • Assisted multiple stages of memory care residents in residential care home with daily & nightly activities.
  • Work in Memory Care unit assisting residents with dementia with daily living tasks and giving medications.

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39. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Performed general administrative duties such as making phone calls and editing internal paperwork.
  • Obtained resident information by answering telephone calls and verifying information.
  • Answered frequent telephone calls and ensured accuracy of information conveyed.
  • Answered and transferred phone calls to appropriate destinations
  • Passed Medication-Assisted Residents in showers-Paperwork-Took phone calls
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living such as bathing and grooming* Clerical work* Answering and directing phone calls when needed.
  • Assist nursing staff with filing, sorting of paperwork, as well as assist with activities as needed and phone calls.
  • Utilized skills pertaining to office duties such as answering phone calls, replying to emails, and completing and filing paperwork.
  • Executed administrative duties in the college office such as data entry, filing, making phone calls, and scheduling meetings/appointments.
  • Worked in University Hall's main office handling phone calls, emails, and walk-in inquiries from students with housing changes.
  • Answered phone calls, assisted with any needs of the students and utilized campus facilities to help them become involved.
  • Answered phone calls and in-person questions from both parents and students, and resolved complaints of students living in residence halls
  • Answered phone calls; represented the community in a professional and courteous manner, and performed administrative support tasks.
  • Answered phone calls on inquiries for account balance, apartment availability, maintenance work orders, and so on.
  • Answered and responded to phone calls to address situations within residence life to maintain a safe and secure environment.
  • Attained administrative and receptionist skill through desk duty, answering phone calls, filing reports, and data entry.
  • Answer phone calls, emails, and social media messages pertaining to the building and the Residential Learning Community.
  • Performed documentation duties such as placing and receiving phone calls and filling out various paper work and report.
  • Completed several tasks such as cash handling, ticket sales, communicated park directions and assisted phone calls.
  • Answered phone calls and responded to inquiries from current residents, prospective residents, and other campus stakeholders.

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40. Social Events

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Here's how Social Events is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Prompted community building among residents* Enforced alcohol and drug policies in resident hall* Planned and facilitated both educational and social events.
  • Provide guidance, support and a community atmosphere through programs and social events while enforcing university policies and promoting diversity.
  • Collaborate with University Housing professional staff to support residential students with educational/social events programming, hall monitoring, and academic/personal counseling
  • Engaged students in leadership activities, service opportunities, and social events promoting individual leadership development with pursuit of academic excellence
  • Build community in assigned residence hall* Ensure safety of all residents* Run educational and pro-social events* Refer residents to appropriate services
  • Enhanced the social, educational, physical and environmental development of residents by organizing social events and other activities.
  • Scheduled daily activities and social events and completed daily assignments and notified management of any changes in residents.
  • Planned & executed educational & social events for dormitory residents; provided assistance to residents and visitors
  • Planned and implemented all after session social events Filed financial and confidential medical records for the program
  • Planned and executed numerous social events which provided students the opportunity to build personal network.
  • Organized social events, monitored dorm activity, authored weekly reports, and promoted university events
  • Coordinated educational forums, social events and diversity programs for 100 residents living on-campus.
  • Created and conducted educational and social events designed to foster the residential community.
  • Established and maintained a community environment by facilitating social events and encourage interactions.
  • Participated in educational programming, co-curricular and social events in the resident facilities.
  • Initiated and organized educational and social events for students enrolled at the university.
  • Delivered equality awareness and Health & Safety programs and campus social events.
  • Planned, managed and executed educational and social events for resident students.
  • Created and supervised social events for residents while adhering to University policies.
  • Organized and executed social events while working with other resident assistants.

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41. Personal Growth

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Here's how Personal Growth is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Fostered a cooperative and considerate educational community environment which contributes to the academic and personal growth and success of each resident.
  • Worked with 500 residents to develop a community environment that fostered personal growth, promoted academic achievement and emphasized multicultural appreciation.
  • Planned and implemented programs that supported students' academic success, encouraged personal growth, and fostered social responsibility.
  • Foster a cooperative and considerate educational community environment for the academic and personal growth for all residents.
  • Fostered the development of academic and personal growth among undergraduate students within a living- learning dormitory setting.
  • Collaborated with peers to organize activities which encouraged interaction and provided personal growth opportunities for residents.
  • Fostered co-operative and conducive learning environment which contributes to the academic and personal growth of residents.
  • Aided and advised 14-30 students in developing individual responsibilities, self-regulation, and personal growth.
  • Developed programs targeted to resident students to assist them in achieving academic and personal growth.
  • Promoted an atmosphere for community living by encouraging and promoting personal growth and awareness.
  • Helped with developing individual responsibility, self-regulation, personal growth, and social awareness.
  • Resolve conflicts between residents and roommates to allow for academic excellence and interpersonal growth.
  • Create programming designed to engage residents while promoting academic excellence and personal growth.
  • Maintained decorum inviting to academic studies and personal growth in university residential halls.
  • Marketed student-centered programs promoting social, educational, and personal growth and well-being.
  • Planned, organized, and developed appropriate social activities for academic/personal growth.
  • Implemented events and programs to promote academic achievement and personal growth.
  • Organized educational programming to further student's academic and personal growth.
  • Coordinated academic, recreational, and personal growth activities for residents.
  • Provided individual guidance to students aiming for personal growth and improvement.

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42. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Perform CNA duties, clean common areas nightly, perform med passes, activities with residents-both assisted living and memory care.
  • Oversee PM shift CNA's (caregivers) to ensure proper documentation/charting of ADL's outlined in resident care plans.
  • Assisted the CNA's and nurses with the care of the residents; cleaning and maintaining the areas of the residents
  • Worked under the supervision of the Nursing staff, and followed Dr's orders within CNA scope of practices.
  • Work closely with other CNA's and RN's to achieve sufficient and efficient care to residents.
  • Report changes in residents' condition and the need for modifications to the CNA care plan.
  • Supervised CNA's when working as QMA to ensure job tasks were being performed as necessary.
  • Performed CNA duties of assisting with daily cares and needs also administered medications for the patients.
  • Helped with laundry, cleaning room areas, meals and any other help that was needed.CNA
  • Delegate tasks to the CNA's and maintain positive relationships with staff and family members.
  • Provided assistance to CNA's for the elderly, assisted elderly daily living activities.
  • Provide high quality patient care as an in-demand CNA in a home care setting
  • Retained CNA certification and did CNA work while also working full-time at ADM.
  • Worked directly with CNA's to provide excellent care for the residents.
  • Lead CNA on unit in charge of 3 other aides on unit.
  • Pass supplies, converse with residents and help CNA's whenever needed.
  • Help CNA's take care of individuals in the nursing home.
  • Train new employee on CNA required duties and facility policies.
  • Assisted other CNA's with their residents and resident care.
  • Organize and update patient information on CNA assignment sheets.

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43. Room Transfers

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Here's how Room Transfers is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Managed daily administrative operations, maintenance, generated incident reports and room transfers.
  • Advised students on personal and academic issues, managed room transfers, and handled on-call rotation as well as incident reports.
  • Report all activities and policy violations, maintenance requests, room transfers, and incident reports to the department.
  • Manage various administrative duties including the incident report, room transfers, and check in/out forms.
  • Managed administrative duties including maintenance requests,incident reports, and room transfers.
  • Provided professional guidance to first-year studentsCreated a friendly and diverse environment for residentsManaged various administrative duties: room transfers and maintenance requests

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44. Residential Community

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Here's how Residential Community is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain order, enforce regulations, and document all irregularities and/or violations of community standards observed in the residential community.
  • Facilitated the development of a residential community in the living unit and helped strengthen students' communication and confrontation skills.
  • Created and maintained a safe and healthy residential community by encouraging involvement, civic engagement, and social responsibility.
  • Encouraged ethical practices within the dormitories while monitoring irregularities and/or violations of community standards observed in the residential community.
  • Created friendly and respectful residential community to help students in the residence halls succeed academically and personally.
  • Demonstrated maturity by handling many roles and responsibilities, including building a residential community through effective leadership.
  • Plan and implement programs/activities that provide students with safe and entertaining opportunities to enjoy the residential community.
  • Key responsibilities included overseeing approximately 200 residents in a residential community and leading monthly hall programs.
  • Provided programming opportunities for the personal and professional development of all students in a residential community.
  • Provided a residential community experience that nurtured personal growth, and ensured student safety and welfare.
  • Facilitated social, academic, and diversity programs for Village residential community houses 500 students.
  • Established successful organization by planning and implementing programs and plans for the residential community.
  • Created and fostered a welcoming and safe residential community for approximately 25 first-year students.
  • Build a residential community through personal contact, enhanced visibility and ongoing community events.
  • Developed weekly programs and activities to promote wellness and safety throughout the residential community.
  • Provided paraprofessional advising to 45 undergraduate and graduate students in a residential community.
  • Supervised and developed residential community consisting of approximately 90 residents each academic year.
  • Served on rotational on-call duty that assisted 740 residents within the Residential Community.
  • Coordinated the development of a residential community, enhancing the total collegiate experience.
  • Promoted and maintained an environment conducive to academic success for the residential community.

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45. Community Service

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Here's how Community Service is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provide the leadership necessary for at least two social/recreational/cultural/community service programs per month, in addition to one educational program.
  • Created programs that facilitate cultural awareness, involve community service, include University faculty, and create a mattering community.
  • Develop community among upperclassmen resident through providing programs, community services, mediating conflicts, and enforcing University policies.
  • Coordinated monthly programming activities centered on diversity, substance abuse, personal safety, and community service.
  • Collaborated with community leaders, organizations and public agencies to promote the organization's community service programs.
  • Planned and facilitated social, educational, and community service events each academic semester for the residents.
  • Facilitate educational and community service programs in an effort to build a living and learning community.
  • Participated in community service events in collaboration with staff, in particular at Catholic Charities-Spokane.
  • Provide on campus activities and opportunities for educational, community building or community service purposes.
  • Organized and administered fifteen educational, social, and community service programs per semester.
  • Managed over 60 residents and coordinated programs to promote individual development and community service.
  • Plan activities for residents, assist during tutoring sessions, organize community service projects
  • Created programs per semester around community, educational, and community service development.
  • Planned and implemented public-affairs based community service programs for Missouri State University residents.
  • Organized and administered educational, social, diversity and community service programs.
  • Organized community service, educational and entertainment events for residents using online databases
  • Planned educational, social, community service, and diversity awareness programs.
  • Organized, implemented and supervised social, educational and community service programs.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships with residents through team-work and community service projects.
  • Planned educational, social and community service programs for residents in San

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46. Policy Violations

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Here's how Policy Violations is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Created and hosted various opportunities for continuing education, quality assurance and regulations, policy violations, and promoting community awareness.
  • Supervised the Honors House consisting of seven to eight females-Fulfilled on-call responsibility-Confronted and documented policy violations-Motivated students to succeed academically and personally
  • Provided well-being for residents by correcting or reporting any university policy violations or forms of illegal conduct that occurred.
  • Document any policy violations and communicate with students on proceedings that would sometimes result from more serious documentations.
  • Notified the professional staff member/supervisor or university police of suspicious activities or policy violations as the situation dictates.
  • Composed administrative reports pertaining to room conditions, maintenance requests, package distribution, and university policy violations.
  • Addressed all policy violations and enforced campus policies in a calm and non-confrontational demeanor.
  • Confronted policy violations and upheld professional and personal accountability as outlined by the institution.
  • Maintained university rules and expectations by documenting policy violations and completing a duty rotation.
  • Responded to emergencies on campus and documented policy violations during scheduled night shifts.
  • Respond to emergencies and incidents involving residents including documenting safety and policy violations.
  • Communicated with staff and residents to address policy violations and resolve interpersonal conflict.
  • Documented any policy violations and responded to any building emergencies if applicable.
  • Monitored student behavior, reporting any major policy violations to the Director.
  • Promoted a safe community environment by approaching and documenting potential policy violations.
  • Reported incidents and policy violations to campus police and a direct supervisor.
  • Developed programming for fostering community among residents and documented policy violations.
  • Confronted individuals about policy violations and provided options to solve problems.
  • Maintained confidentiality with regards to policy violations and student behavioral concerns.
  • Conduct Facilitation by confronting all policy violations within all housing buildings.

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47. Social Activities

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Here's how Social Activities is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Implemented academic and social activities in accordance with departmental goals of increasing student involvement, retention, and diversity awareness.
  • Established a sense of community among 48 students, assisted in conflict resolution and organized educational and social activities.
  • Developed creative educational and social activities that encourage residents to be actively involved in the university community.
  • Organized and implemented educational workshops and social activities for residential floor of 32 first-year students.
  • Coordinated social activities for residents in order to educate and help them develop social relationships.
  • Worked to enhance togetherness in the residence halls by organizing educational and social activities.
  • Developed and organized social activities for students that pertained to educational and diversity topics.
  • Organized, advertised, conducted, and supervised educational and social activities throughout campus.
  • Plan and coordinated weekly recreational, educational and social activities events and presentations.
  • Facilitate social activities to integrate individuals with special needs into their community.
  • Designed corridor and all-hall educational and social activities in a freshmen dormitory.
  • Managed various resident gatherings designed to encourage residents in social activities.
  • Created and promoted weekly educational and social activities for resident students.
  • Directed social activities, coordinated program opportunities and availability for members.
  • Organized and sponsored educational programs and social activities for twenty residents.
  • Planned social activities to promote community within dormitory and campus.
  • Assisted residents with planning and accessing recreational and social activities.
  • Accompany residents to medical appointments and assist residents in social activities
  • Assisted adolescents with living protocols, and monitored social activities.
  • Planned & hosted educational & social activities for residential involvement.

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48. Room Condition Reports

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Here's how Room Condition Reports is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Managed paperwork; room condition reports, programming proposals and evaluations, and incident documentations.
  • Conducted administrative tasks including room condition reports, maintenance requests, or disciplinary reports.
  • Filed Room Condition Reports (RCR) and reported any damage and concerns of the rooms to Facilities and Residential Directors.
  • Complete necessary paperwork, including health and safety inspections, evaluations, and room condition reports to help maintain the building.
  • Manage various administrative duties including maintenance requests, incident reports, room condition reports, work logs, and weekly journals.
  • Completed and submitted room condition reports, room change requests and floor occupancy reports.
  • Completed room condition reports for all assigned rooms.
  • Performed room inspections and room Condition reports.
  • Managed administrative tasks including room condition reports, maintenance requests, and incident reports Enforced college policy.
  • Assist in administrative duties such as completing Room Condition Reports, proration, duty coverage, and other tasks as assigned.
  • Complete all appropriate paper work (on-call logs, CIFs, room condition reports).

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49. Student Residents

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Here's how Student Residents is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Provided leadership to student residents by supplying information, directing them to appropriate campus resources, and conducting regulatory meetings.
  • Helped maintain Residence Life safety by enforcing campus living rules and encouraging positive relationships with other student residents.
  • Ensured the safety of 64 student residents and developed community events to integrate all members of Niagara University
  • Collaborated with a 10-member team to develop an educational curriculum of programs for student residents.
  • Guided over 80 first-year student residents by creating inclusive environments for personal and academic success.
  • Mentor student residents and enforce rules while fostering a positive and educational living experience.
  • Developed relationships and provided counseling, programming and leadership to student residents.
  • Orchestrated campus housing-wide developmental and outreach programs for over 750 student residents.
  • Planned, marketed and facilitated educational and social programs for student residents.
  • Coordinated social and professional development events and programs for 520 student residents.
  • Assisted in managing hall of approximately thirty eight university student residents.
  • Create and oversee a healthy and stimulating living environment to student residents
  • Established strong relationships with fellow student residents and promoted community mindset.
  • Helped build and maintain a positive living community for student residents
  • Developed and researched educational and informational programs for student residents.
  • Ensured compliance to university regulations for ninety co-ed student residents.
  • Provided educational and entertaining programs for student residents.
  • Counseled student residents with problem solving and stress management
  • Provided supervision for twenty-two student residents per semester.
  • Facilitated required education programs for undergraduate student residents.

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50. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Resident Assistant jobs:
  • Foster a home-like environment throughout the community by encouraging independence and participation in activities, and providing emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support for clients with mental illnesses and assisted residents in maintaining a safe/clean living environment.
  • Provided quality care to elderly residents, and provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia.
  • Imparted academic, social, and emotional support through individual sessions and introduced students to community resources.
  • Develop close personal relations with residents as well as resident families providing companionship and emotional support.
  • Supervised and mentored 50-60 freshmen residents by addressing concerns while providing academic and emotional support.
  • Managed a floor of forty-four residents, assisted with room responsibilities and provided emotional support.
  • Offered companionship and emotional support to residents in addition to addressing physical needs.
  • Coordinated activities for dorms; resolved conflicts between residents and provided emotional support.
  • Provide patients with emotional support by listening to them and offering unsolicited advice.
  • Maintained privacy and confidentiality of students while acting as emotional support for students.
  • Positioned residents for comfort and also helped residents with emotional support.
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support and companionship for each patient.
  • Provide emotional support for residents and provide appropriate resource referrals.
  • Provided personal assistance and emotional support to customers and patients.
  • Develop relationships with residents and provide companionship and emotional support.
  • Provided social and emotional support to residents and family members.
  • Encouraged independence and emotional support of residents as needed.
  • Provided physical and emotional support to residents as needed.
  • Provide emotional support by socializing and communicating with residents.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Resident Assistant

Residential Life22.1%
Ensure Safety15.6%
Recreational Activities6.1%
ADL5.7%
Personal Care5%
Incident Reports4.3%
Vital Signs4.1%
Staff Members4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Resident Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Residential Life
Residential Life
15.8%
15.8%
2
2
Ensure Safety
Ensure Safety
11.2%
11.2%
3
3
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
4.4%
4.4%
4
4
ADL
ADL
4.1%
4.1%
5
5
Personal Care
Personal Care
3.6%
3.6%
6
6
Incident Reports
Incident Reports
3.1%
3.1%
7
7
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
3%
3%
8
8
Staff Members
Staff Members
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Positive Role Model
Positive Role Model
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Educational Programs
Educational Programs
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
2%
2%
15
15
Administrative Tasks
Administrative Tasks
2%
2%
16
16
Dementia
Dementia
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Front Desk
Front Desk
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Community Building
Community Building
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Academic Performance
Academic Performance
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Community Development
Community Development
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Social Programs
Social Programs
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Patient Care
Patient Care
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Personal Development
Personal Development
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Counsel
Counsel
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Positive Living Environment
Positive Living Environment
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Crisis Management
Crisis Management
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Resident Director
Resident Director
1%
1%
32
32
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1%
1%
33
33
Roommate Conflicts
Roommate Conflicts
1%
1%
34
34
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
RAS
RAS
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
CPR
CPR
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Memory Care
Memory Care
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Social Events
Social Events
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Personal Growth
Personal Growth
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
CNA
CNA
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Room Transfers
Room Transfers
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Residential Community
Residential Community
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Community Service
Community Service
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Policy Violations
Policy Violations
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
Social Activities
Social Activities
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Room Condition Reports
Room Condition Reports
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Student Residents
Student Residents
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.6%
0.6%

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