About the Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center
The Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center is located on the Cook/Douglass campus of Rutgers University. We welcome travelers visiting the Rutgers campus and the New Brunswick area, offering 35 guestrooms and 3,000 square feet of meeting space for groups of 5 to 100.
As the Inn’s student based ambassadors, Residence Coordinators provide support services to overnight guests, conference attendees and meeting organizers. Stationed at the front reception desk, Residence Coordinators interact directly with guests from around the world, ensuring a high level of assistance and attention. From personal greetings during check in and check out, to handling meeting and special accommodation requests, to overseeing details and guest satisfaction after supervisory staff has gone home, Residence Coordinators hold a responsible and experiential role in guest operations.
J. Vizzi - Former Student and Residence Coordinator
"At the Inn, we serve guests from over 42 countries. Skills learned at the Inn assisted me in obtaining an internship at Disney. With Disney being a company that prides itself on diversity and having so many people visit across the nation, knowing how to efficiently communicate with international guests is essential. "
FREE On-Campus Apartment
|Indispensable Resume Building|
- Work/study balance
- Empathy and rapport with others
- Organizational and customer communications
- Emotional intelligence
- Maturity and self confidence
- Deeper work experience and credentials
|The Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center is a self sustaining enterprise, providing students with real life business, customer, and organizational experience.|
- Who think and act on their feet
- Study business, biology, engineering, social work, economics and more
- Have healthy work and interpersonal ethics
- Have friendly and helpful personalities
- Are diverse in thinking, values and perspectives
- Leverage education & employment opportunities
Join other Rutgers students in an exceptional experience.
For position consideration, applicants must be in good academic standing, have leadership potential as shown through past experiences, possess strong interpersonal, critical thinking and communication skills. Previous facility and supervisory experience preferred.
If this sounds like you, and you are a junior, senior or graduate student, email your resume and class schedule to Tiffany Lorincz at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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