HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
Office of Student Affairs
Undergraduate Halls

2021-2022 Hall Tutor and Non-local Mentor Recruitment

 

Roles and Duties

Hall Tutor (HT) and Non-local Mentor (NLM) are student leaders at the Undergraduate Halls responsible for maintaining a safe, warm and supportive living-learning environment.

 

Hall Tutor

  • To serve as a role model of fellow residents and abide by the University’s Standard Code of Conduct, Terms and Conditions of Hall Residence, Hall Rules and Regulations and Residents’ Code being in force;
  • To monitor the welfare and disciplines of fellow residents, especially those of the same floor;
  • To exhort residents who violate hall rules and regulations and to report any irregularities in residents’ behaviors to the respective Resident Community Officer;
  • To motivate residents to maintain a harmonious and congenial relationship among themselves and promote integration and inclusion among residents;
  • To take lead in resolving minor conflicts and disputes among residents;
  • To take care of residents of the same floor;
  • To assist in any administrative tasks as assigned by the Resident Community Officer including but not limited to check-in and check-out procedures of residents;
  • To enhance the communication between the hall management and residents at large by helping to collect and reflect residents’ views and opinions promptly and accurately and to explain to them, decisions or conclusions made by relevant committees and consultative groups as well as the rationales and good causes behind those decisions;
  • To record residents’ participation in hall / campus life education activities and gather feedback from them;
  • To encourage resident involvement and participation in hall life education programmes as well as activities organized by university-wide organizations in order to enhance their attributes and personal growth;
  • To attend and participate in regular meetings with respective Resident Master and/or Resident Community Officer to keep up with current issues and concerns;
  • To assist in other duties as assigned by the Resident Master and/or Resident Community Officer.
 

Non-local Mentor

  • To serve as a role model of fellow residents and abide by the University’s Standard Code of Conduct, Terms and Conditions of Hall Residence, Hall Rules and Regulations and Residents’ Code being in force;
  • To collaborate with Hall Tutors and to update Hall Tutors on any irregularities in residents’ behaviors;
  • To provide support and care to non-local residents regarding to their well-being in the Halls and in the University;
  • To encourage non-local students’ involvement and participation in hall life education programmes as well as activities organized by university-wide organizations for better inclusion to the university community and personal growth;
  • To facilitate integration and inclusion between local and non-local residents in the Halls;
  • To assist in the implementation of non-local students related activities;
  • To attend and participate in regular meetings with respective Resident Master and/or Resident Community Officer to keep up with current issues and concerns;
  • To assist in other duties as assigned by the Resident Master and/or Resident Community Officer.

 

Eligibility

* Student must possess a student status of “Normal Study” as defined by the Academic Registry at the time of application (except students who are currently on exchange or internship) and during the appointment period. Student who ceases to be classified as “Normal Study” will no longer eligible for being a Hall Tutor or Non-local Mentor and will be required to check out of the Halls.

 

Benefits

 

Terms of Appointment

 

Application and Training Schedule

Timeline

Action

Until 12 March 2021

  1. Submit the completed Online Application Form from the link at the bottom of this page.
  2. Read through Application Guidelines before logging in to the online application system.
  3. Submit a 2-min video CV in English Here. In the video, introduce yourself and your expectations to yourself as a Hall Tutor/ Non-local Mentor.

March/ April 2021

Panel Interview
(face-to face or online interview)

May - June 2021

Result Announcement

Late July 2021

HT Check-in and Mandatory Training
(Successful candidates should attend all training programmes. Failure to do so may lead to disqualification.)

Mid August 2021

NLM Check-in and Mandatory Training
(Successful candidates should attend all training programmes. Failure to do so may lead to disqualification.)


Enquiries

General enquiries: 3411 2672 (9am – 5:30pm, Mon – Fri) or hall_edu@hkbu.edu.hk

For matters related to individual halls, please contact the Resident Community Officer:

Yang Hall-

3411 2620 Miss Ling CHAN

Zhou Hall-

3411 2640 Mr. Terry CHAN

Cai Hall-

3411 2630 Mr. Leo HUNG

Soong Hall-

3411 2650 Miss Wincy TSE



Click HERE for Online Application