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Front End Support

Wage9.00DaysMon-Sat
Hours a Week20HoursSee preferred skills
Start DatePrefere Summer, Fall RequiredPost Date3/26/2015

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Position Summary

This position requires answering questions related to the Teaching and Learning Studio, Academic Technology and RIT Online. Calls will include, but not limited to, classroom technology, myCourses and supported technologies. RIT Online inquiries will include a variety of basic troubleshooting and referring students to the direct contact. Using the online ticketing system, schedule deliveries/pick ups of equipment and place service requests.


Essential Functions

Project a friendly courteous attitude at all times. Have some knowledge of audio visual equipment and using myCourses. Be able to multitask ie; answering incoming calls as well as help walk in patrons. Responsibilities also include checking in and out audio visual equipment, answering emails and monitoring web chat.


Non-Essential Function

May have to work evenings and weekends.


Skills Required

Strong organizational skills, customer service skills, highly motivated, able to handle multiple job duties in a busy environment.


Skills Preferred

PC and Mac knowledge Audio visual knowledge Ability to navigate myCourses Work hours: 7:30am-11pm M-Th, F 7:30am-5pm, Sat. 11am-4pm


To Apply Contact:Sherry Clark
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsccetc@rit.eduDepartmentAcademic Technology Support
Job Number733501

Photographic Media Specialist

Wage$10.00DaysMon - Fri
Hours a Week8-10Hours9-4:30 Weekdays
Start DateMarch 23, 2015Post Date2/17/2015

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Essential Functions

To assist the NTID photographer in all aspects of studio and location shooting, editing, digital retouching, Digital Asset Management, and Color Management. Photography of NTID events and photo retouching and editing using Adobe CS Photoshop.


Non-Essential Function

Set-up and maintain color management system and establish color profiles for all devices.


Skills Required

Advanced Photoshop skills. Location and events shooting skills.


Skills Preferred

Color management and establish ICC color profiles.


To Apply Contact:Mark Benjamin
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailmobedr@rit.eduDepartmentNTID Instructional Design and Evaluation
Job Number494507

Lab Programming Researcher

Wage$14-$18DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15-20HoursFlexible
Start DateASAPPost Date2/11/2015

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Position Summary

TO APPLY, SEE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS IN "REQUIRED SKILLS" SECTION. Will ONLY consider third-year, or later, students with a 3.0 GPA or higher. The successful applicant must be a U.S. Person as defined by 8 USC 1324b(a)(3), or have the ability to obtain the appropriate license to comply with the US Export Control Laws. The Lab Programming Researcher will lead a project to develop a new software and electronics system for controlling and reading infrared detector that are used in NASA and other astrophysics missions. The ultimate purpose of these detectors is to explore the Universe and identify planets like Earth orbiting other stars.
The new system will use the Xilinx Vivado framework, VHDL code, and interfacing to Linux and Windows systems. Work will include schematic capture based on existing designs, board layout, procurement, fabrication, test, and integration. This is an ideal project for exercising a broad range of skills with a particular emphasis on embedded design. For a description of the lab, see http://ridl.cfd.rit.edu/.
The Center for Detectors designs, develops, and implements new advanced sensor technologies through partnership with academic researchers, industry engineers, government scientists, and university/college students. Currently, the Center has approximately a dozen funded projects funded by a range of sponsors, including NASA and NSF. The detectors that are being developed in the Center cover an immense range of diverse applications, including astrophysics, biomedical imaging, Earth system science, and inter-planetary space travel.


Essential Functions

Design in Xilinx Vivado, developing a project task list based on goals, completing tasks on schedule, writing VHDL software, designing board layouts, soldering circuits, designing cables, writing C++ software for Linux and Windows systems, ordering lab components, assembling components, testing fabricated parts.


Skills Required

Good working knowledge of VHDL and C++. High level of personal responsibility. Excellent mastery of Microsoft Word, excel and PowerPoint. Experience with PCB schematic capture and layout, and proficient circuit analysis skills would be strongly preferred. Must be proficient in using standard electronic lab equipment: oscilloscope, function generator, multimeter, spectrum analyzer, etc.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
To apply, send an email to admin@cfd.rit.edu and use "CfD Lab Programming Researcher" in the subject line with the following attached: a resume, unofficial transcripts, and three names of professional references. Also, please include in the email confirmation that you are a U.S. Person as defined by 8 USC 1324b(a)(3), or have the ability to obtain the appropriate license to comply with the US Export Control Laws.


To Apply Contact:Don Figer
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailadmin@cfd.rit.eduDepartmentCenter for Detectors
Job Number670524

Center for Detectors Lab Assistant

Wage$12.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15-20HoursFlexible
Start DateASAPPost Date2/11/2015

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Position Summary

TO APPLY, SEE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS IN "REQUIRED SKILLS" SECTION. Will ONLY consider third-year, or later, students with a 3.0 GPA or higher. The successful applicant must be a U.S. Person as defined by 8 USC 1324b(a)(3), or have the ability to obtain the appropriate license to comply with the US Export Control Laws. The Lab Assistant will assist personnel by performing lab tasks, e.g. engineering, cabling, soldering, writing software, etc.

For a description of the lab, see http://ridl.cfd.rit.edu/.

The Center for Detectors designs, develops, and implements new advanced sensor technologies through partnership with academic researchers, industry engineers, government scientists, and university/college students. Currently, the Center has approximately a dozen funded projects funded by a range of sponsors, including NASA and NSF. The detectors that are being developed in the Center cover an immense range of diverse applications, including astrophysics, biomedical imaging, Earth system science, and inter-planetary space travel.


Essential Functions

Completing lab tasks on schedule, soldering circuits, designing cables, writing software, ordering lab components, mailing packages.


Skills Required

High level of personal responsibility. Excellent mastery of Microsoft Word, excel and PowerPoint. Superb email etiquette. Excellent verbal communication skills, especially on the phone. Ability to assist others. A technical background is required, preferably in any of the following areas: VHDL/Verilog, C/C++, and IDL programming. Experience with PCB schematic capture and layout, and proficient circuit analysis skills would be strongly preferred. Must be proficient in using standard electronic lab equipment: oscilloscope, function generator, multimeter, spectrum analyzer, etc.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

To apply, send an email to admin@cfd.rit.edu and use "CfD Lab Assistant" in the subject line with the following attached: a resume, unofficial transcripts, and three names of professional references.
Also, Please include in the email confirmation that you are a U.S. Person as defined by 8 USC 1324b(a)(3), or have the ability to obtain the appropriate license to comply with the US Export Control Laws.


To Apply Contact:Don Figer
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailadmin@cfd.rit.eduDepartmentCenter for Detectors
Job Number670522

VIDEO PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Wage$8.75DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week5-15HoursFlexible
Start Date2/17/2015Post Date2/4/2015

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Position Summary

This position requires the student to demonstrate knowledge and technical skills for pre-production, production and post-production tasks.


Essential Functions

. Perform technical, creative, and trouble-shooting tasks: Carry out various tasks for Studio and Remote Productions (technical director, videographer, light/audio/CG technician, grip assistant), Editing, DVD authoring, Video Compression, Digitizing, logging tapes into the database. 2. Effectively communicate with deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people Willingness to learn and apply basic American Sign Language (prior knowledge is not required) Use verbal, written, and/or gesture communication methods. Check production schedule on a daily basis. 3. Properly protect, maintain and operate equipment/facilities Be alert, cautious, detail-oriented and remember information that is provided during training. 4. Perform office work, tape inventory and/or delivery of materials.


Skills Required

. Must be independent, punctual, dependable and professional everyday 2. Completes task thoroughly, accurately and on-time 3. Must be able to multi-task and be neat/organized (simple and challenging tasks) 4. Strong interpersonal skills (friendly, helpful, articulate and a team-player) 5. Prior experience is strongly preferred, but not required 6. Sign language is preferred, but not required 7. Must be able to think independently (self-starter/self-learner) 8. Must be able to ask for help when needed SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Varies with assignment Submit your resume, portfolio and your available times to work (exclude transportation time - to walk/drive to work or to class)


To Apply Contact:Stacy Bick
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
EmailSBBEDR@rit.eduDepartmentNTID Communications, Marketing and Multimedia Services
Job Number418202