At Texas A&M, the Offices of the Dean of Student Life has over 100 employees! With more than 50 full-time staff members, 10 graduate assistants and 40 student assistants, we strive to serve the students of this university in keeping with our department's goal of Supporting You. 


Full-Time Employment Openings

All applicants for full-time positions require an application through Texas A&M University Workday. Below you will find a list of current positions open and a link to the position description and application.

Coordinator for Off-Campus Student Services

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The program coordinator is responsible for coordinating the general operations of the Off-Campus Student Services office including developing, managing, promoting, and implementing student development programs, activities, and/or services.


Administrative Coordinator I- New Student and Family Programs

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The Administrative Coordinator I is responsible for providing specialized administrative support and office management to the Office of New Student & Family Programs within the Offices of the Dean of Student Life, including: Coordination of the office budget, supervision of student assistants, problem-solving in the absence of the Program Coordinator, assisting with coordination and implementation of New Student Conferences, providing support and staffing assistance for campus-wide committee meetings, and providing front-line customer service for new students and their families


Student Conduct Investigator (No longer accepting applications) 



 Employment FAQs

1.   What does the structure of the Offices of the Dean of Student Life look like?

2.   How often does the department meet as a whole? How often do office staff meet? How often would this position be meeting with the direct supervisor?

  •   The department meets as a full staff once a month as well as holds two retreats each year. Program area meetings vary from once a week to every other week. Additional meetings include one on one meetings between supervisors and employees and department and division committee meetings. The frequency of these additional meetings may vary.

3.   What does the timeline for the hiring process look like? 

  •   All full-time positions will be posted for a minimum of 5 days. Application collection times vary; we encourage you to submit your application materials as soon as possible. Feel free to contact our HR coordinator at Christinep@studentlife.tamu.edu for a more detailed timeline for the specific position you are applying for.
  •   Full-time positions generally have a phone interview round and final candidates will proceed to an on-campus interview.

4.  Are there professional development opportunities for this position? If so, what are they?

  •   The department has a Professional Development and Staff Training committee that organizes two retreats a year as well as lunch and learn events and speakers at department meetings.
  •   The Division of Student Affairs Staff Development Team plans monthly division programs with speakers that connect with the division’s strategic plan. The team also coordinates new staff orientation several times a year.
  •   Professional development funds are usually allocated for graduate assistant and full-time positions. Funds may be used for attending training and conferences with the approval of your supervisor.
  •   Additional professional developments are available through the Division of Student Affairs Professional Development Grant program. http://dsastaff.tamu.edu/dsa-professional-development-grant

 5. If I apply for a position using my LinkedIn profile, do I need to include a resume and cover letter?

  • Yes, including a resume and cover letter in your application is strongly recommended when applying for a job within the Offices of the Dean of Student Life.