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Application Administrator Assistant

Wage11.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15Hours8am-5pm
Start Date8/29/2016Post Date8/22/2016

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Position Summary

Applicants must be available at least 10-15 hours a week to assist the Enterprise Event Management Software System (EMX) Administrator with data configuration and management of RIT's EMS system.


Essential Functions

Under the guidance of the EMS Administrator, the student application administrator assistant will work with the software implementation team on data configuration and management of RIT's event management software. Daily hands-on work with the software will include data entry, changes, testing and reporting.


Skills Required

Exceptional computer skills and sound knowledge and understanding of enterprise software systems. High level of accuracy. Attention to detail. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Comfortable working under tight deadlines. Ability to accept constructive feedback. Dependable, independent, and highly motivated. Ability to manage multiple projects, and the ability to work both independently or in a team environment.


Skills Preferred

Experience working with complex databases. Project management and/or event management skills. Experience planning events on RIT campus.


To Apply Contact:Lori Gentile
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaillaggrl@rit.eduDepartmentGovernment and Community Relations
Job Number040502

Digital Media Assistant

Wage9.50DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15Hours8:30-5:00
Start Date8/8/16Post Date8/17/2016

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Position Summary

Assist the senior digital media specialist with day to day email marketing, social media and webinar activities. Coordinate with DAR staff members to finalize and publish content across multiple web/social media channels.


Essential Functions

Proofing and light copy editing content for clarity, grammar and in-house style. Input HTML based content into email distribution system. Monitor social media accounts and post content provided by staff members. Maintain list of alumni events on Facebook page. Webinar administration and promotion; schedule event, write/edit event descriptions and organize presentation materials. Update and publish content on DAR web pages.


Non-Essential Function

Download and distribute metrics reports as needed. Assist with technical setup for webinars (2-4 per month).


Skills Required

Strong editing/copy editing skills. Strong familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram. Basic HTML and Photoshop skills. Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines. Excellent attention to detail.


Skills Preferred

Working knowledge of A.P. style. Familiarity with Slack, Trello and Webex. Comfortable using content management systems (CMS).


To Apply Contact:Joe Painter
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailjlpdar@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment and Alumni Relations
Job Number940510

Student Systems Administrator

Wage$10DaysMon - Fri
Hours a Week10 - 20Hours8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Start Date8/22/16Post Date8/17/2016

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Position Summary

Student System Administrators for the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging science provide system and desktop support in a complex computing environment. Support the academic, administrative and research computing needs of the CIS.


Essential Functions

Provide systems and desktop support in a mixed computing environment (Windows/Linux/Mac). This includes installation and distribution of software, operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux), and hardware.


Non-Essential Function

Project based work designed to improve the support practices at the CIS. Maintain documentation of CIS computing support practices.


Skills Required

Previous experience supporting Windows, OS X, or Linux.


Skills Preferred

Interest in scientific computing and working with interesting technologies in a research centered academic department.


To Apply Contact:Brett Matzke
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailbampci@rit.eduDepartmentImaging Science
Job Number679510

Web Technology Assistant

Wage9.50DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a Week20Hours8:30am - 5:00pm
Start Date8/19/16Post Date8/1/2016

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Position Summary

The student will be primarily responsible for assisting in the management and maintenance of Drupal web environments. This includes but is not limited to building new themes, templates, and posting content on request. They will also be expected to assist in the development of web-properties outside of the Drupal environments. The student will also be expected to aid in the set up, proofing, and sending of email through a third party web-based system known as iModules.


Essential Functions

Assist with project based development of web applications using HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, and MySQL framework. Setup web pages in Drupal CMS and aid in the development of new themes and Templates. Create HTML emails as needed.


Non-Essential Function

Ability to collaborate with department staff, follow and execute directions, maintain work quality, accuracy, and punctuality.


Skills Required

Intermediate to experienced HTML, PHP and Drupal skills. Ability to write JavaScript and jQuery functions as well as MySQL database integration. Excellent attention to detail, sensitivity to confidential/secure information, and good time management skills. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Strong written and verbal communication skills.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of Dreamweaver, RIT Webman and FTP environment. Basic Photoshop, iOS/android, Facebook application development. Open to explore, learn, and adapt new technologies. Understanding of Development and Alumni Relations web standards and follow with minimal supervision.


To Apply Contact:Stephen Parker
Phone475-4578TTYNot Available
Emailsxpdar@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment and Alumni Relations
Job Number941540

Assistant System Administrator

Wage$12.50DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-15Hours9am-7pm
Start Date9/6/16Post Date7/22/2016

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Position Summary

Perform maintenance and development tasks under the direction of the System Administrator.


Essential Functions

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Performing maintenance tasks upon lab computers and department servers. Help the Systems Administrator to implement new software packages and infrastructure to help insure the smooth operation of the Software Engineering computer infrastructure. Keep the department website up to date.


Non-Essential Function

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assisting the department in cases where application is desired.


Skills Required

Unix/ Linux, and Windows experience. Shell scripting experience (sh/ksh/bash, perl). Troubleshooting skills. Ability to take direction and work independently. HTML/CSS experience.


Skills Preferred

Free/Net/OpenBSD experience. PHP development. JSP/J2EE. Apache, SMTP


To Apply Contact:Chelsea O'Brien
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailcmopph@rit.eduDepartmentSoftware Engineering
Job Number828506