William & Mary

Facilities Assistant Timeline and Position Description

March 2 Applications available at Residence Life Office (Campus Center 212) or on-line.
March 13 Applications reviewed and candidates interviewed until all positions are filled.
April 1 All final job offers/notification
April TBA 4pm at Campus Center 212, brief orientation meeting
May 16-17 Assistants begin work and moves into summer housing
August 13-14 Assistants move into their fall assignments
August 21 Assistants end work (there will be the opportunity to continue working the following week)

Facilities Assistant Requirements
  • Must be a William & Mary student. Facilities Assistants may take summer classes, however, preference will be given to those students not taking classes during the summer session.

  • May have to work on your feet for long periods of time, carry and handle an 8' step ladder. Candidates should be able to finish tasks independently, and be skilled in Word and Excel.

  • Work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

  • Must be able to commit to work hours ranging from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon. through Fri.

  • Activities and commitments outside working hours must not interfere with inspector's ability to fulfill job responsibilities.

  • Employment begins May 18 and ends August 21.

Facilities Inspectors are employees and representatives of Facilities Management, the Office of Residence Life and William & Mary. As such, they are expected to conduct themselves in a mature and responsible manner, abiding by all policies, rules and regulations set forth by the University and the Office of Residence Life.

  • Competitive pay for a summer job ($9.50/hr)

  • Free air conditioned housing and a chance to stay in Williamsburg for the summer

  • Become more familiar with campus and Facilities/Residence Life operations

  • Have fun (while working hard) and make new friends

Facilities Assistant Position Description

Facilities inspectors will work under the supervision of Facilities Management to do the following:

  • Assist in maintaining, replacing and inventorying fire safety equipment, furniture and other items in the Residence Halls.
  • Assist in escorting vendors through the halls during the course of inspections, maintenance and renovations of building fire safety equipment.
  • Assist in maintaining or developing proper maintenance, inspection, alarm information and safety plans as necessary to meet University, state and federal code guidelines.
  • Assist at the Facilities Warehouse with inventory, ordering, delivery and checkout of equipment and supplies.
  • Assist Facilities Management with receiving college shipments and distributing parcels across campus.
  • Assist Facilities Management and Residence Life in other projects and tasks that may need to be completed in the Residence Halls.
Got Questions? Call Chris Durden at 221-3177 or email at [[mcdurd]]