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Join the UniLodge Taurima | Residential Assistants team in 2024!

UniLodge Waitaha Halls of residence are seeking skilled and motivated Taurima|Residential assistants to join our team in 2024!

This position is live in, and there are positions available across Ilam, UniHall, Sonoda, Hayashi and Tupuanuku. This role offers the opportunity to work in the student community and support residents as they navigate university and moving away from home. 

The role is 15-18 hours per week with room for flexibility and kicks off with three full paid weeks of training from 23nd Jan – move in day (you must be available for training). Read the Taurima role description here.

If this sounds like you follow the QR code, find ‘Taurima 2024’ and apply now!

See you there!

Special lunchtime music concert on Ilam campus

A special treat for music lovers this Friday 12.30 – 1.30pm when UC School of Music students visit Ilam campus to treat us to a soul-soothing concert of strings and contemporary music. Come to Rehua – Te Moana Nui a Kiwa to enjoy this rare occurrence!

This concert is to help create awareness of the SoM’s upcoming Noteworthy concert on 26 August with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO). With two world premieres, and a range of music, including pop, this is a 150th event to savour and remember.

We will be giving away a double pass to Noteworthy as a door prize at the concert on Friday, so do come along and be treated to a free concert on campus.  

Find out more about Noteworthy – 150 years of University of Canterbury at the Christchurch Town Hall on 26 August and buy tickets here

Nominate great, nominate a mate!

Do you know someone who’s a natural leader, full of potential, ready to build a bright future for Aotearoa?

Maybe they’re the next University of Canterbury Young New Zealander of the Year – Te Mātātahi o te Tau?

Nominate great, nominate a mate!

If you know someone aged between 15-30 years old who is striving to improve themselves, their community and Aotearoa then recognise their mahi and nominate them for the UC Young New Zealander of the Year Award – Te Mātātahi o te Tau.

Click here to nominate. Nominations are open until August 31.

At UC, we’re committed to empowering young New Zealanders across Aotearoa to make a difference. We’re proud to celebrate these young leaders and support their success as they lead change in their communities. 

Interested in making nominations in other categories? Check out the options here>