United States of America
Employment Type
Contract Length
3-6 Months 6-12 Months 1 Year+
Non Profit


Job Qualifications

  • Previous Resident Advisor or Residential Life experience is a plus
  • Candidates should have an interest in education, counseling, and/or international relations

Job Benefits

  • Private room (with bathroom) and half board (lunch & dinner)
  • Opportunities for professional development
  • Join a dynamic, multicultural and diverse community!
  • Free tickets to local events and activities

Company Description

At EF we believe that the world is better when people try to understand one another. Since 1965, we have helped millions of people see new places, experience new cultures, and learn new things about the world and about themselves. Our culturally immersive education programs—focused on language, travel, cultural exchange, and academics—turn dreams into international opportunities.

When you join EF, you join a multicultural and diverse community working across more than 600 schools and offices in 50 countries, all with one shared mission of opening the world through education. Whoever you are, whatever you are passionate about—we welcome you and want you to bring that to work every day. EF is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to inclusion and belonging across race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, caste, parental status, identity, experience and everything else that makes you unique.

Founded in Sweden in 1965, EF has schools and offices around the world, including hubs in Boston, London, Mexico City, São Paulo, Shanghai, Stockholm, Zürich, and more. Learn more at

Job Description

EF International Language Campuses is looking for dynamic and caring individuals to join our team of Resident Advisors on Campus in Brighton, MA. We seek motivated, responsible and community-oriented individuals to take on the exciting challenge of working in an international environment.


RAs at EF have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a highly diverse student population and high-energy staff. The position requires great flexibility and requires you to wear many hats including but not limited to, administrator, leader, activity leader, role model, counselor, policy enforcer and superhero.  

RAs have the amazing chance to get to know and work with an incredible population of international students. RAs will work 20 hours or more per week (nights and weekends, in addition to on-call hours 1-2 nights per week, overnight). Primary responsibilities include helping the students at the reception desk, organizing on and off-campus activities, performing administrative tasks, dorm room checks, dormitory duties, plus other duties as assigned by the Residence Coordinator or School Director.