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Facility and Program Support Staff

Wage$8.75DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week5-10starting, 10+ after 5/22Hours10am-4pm, flexibility needed
Start Date5/14/15Post Date4/24/2015

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Position Summary

Meet day-to-day needs of staff, faculty, students, and community members who are using the Center's resources/facilities for events, meetings, classroom activities, or research.


Essential Functions

Frequently move furniture for event set-up and tear down; facility maintenance and cleaning' audio-visual (A/V) equipment set-up and maintenance during event; greet guests; inventory system management; other tasks as assigned.


Non-Essential Function

Administrative tasks, such as filing, stapling, printing, copying; campus-wide deliveries; website maintenance; scheduling.


Skills Required

Ability to lift/carry 40 lbs; climb a ladder; listen to and follow directions; work independently and as part of a team; work evening and weekend shifts on an as-needed basis; resourcefulness; dependability, punctuality, and attendance for all assigned shifts.


Skills Preferred

Event planning and management; knowledge of A/V equipment and both MACs and PCs; availability to work during the summer and break weeks preferred.


To Apply Contact:Clare Lagiewski
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailcxlism@rit.eduDepartmentCenter for Student Innovation
Job Number600505

Imagine RIT Chaperone

Wage$12DaysSaturday
Hours a Week5-6Hours9:45am-2:15pm
Start Date05/01/15Post Date4/22/2015

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Position Summary

Student would responsible for chaperoning a group of high school students who are on campus to attend Imagine RIT from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm on May 1, 2015. The chaperone would report to the Liberty Partnership Program Director or Program Counselor and will be assigned to supervise a group of 8-10 students during Imagine RIT and lunch at Gracie's.


Essential Functions

Positive interaction with high school students, staff and faculty; Ensure that students arrive to destinations in a timely manner; Report any behavior issues to Liberty Partnership Staff; Serve as a role model to students


Skills Required

Strong interpersonal skills; Ability to monitor student behavior and encourage appropriate attitudes


Skills Preferred

Worked with high school students or Office of K-12 programs.


To Apply Contact:Bridgette Jones-Waters
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
EmailNot AvailableDepartmentOffice of K-12
Job Number623528

Laundry Attendant

Wage$8.75DaysMonday-Saturday
Hours a WeekMaximum 20HoursVaries
Start DateASAPPost Date4/22/2015

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Position Summary

Monday Sept 3rd we will be having an “Open House” at the Catering Sales office for all Catering Positions (Wait staff, Dish Crew, Laundry, and Kitchen Prep) SAU 4 A-350 from 9am-2:30pm Bring your Resume and Class Schedule


Essential Functions

Wash linen and uniforms; assist in the pick ups/deliveries of laundry to other units. Operation of industrial grade washers, dryers and roller iron. Sort and wash laundry according to procedures. Deliver to units.


Skills Required

Work with limited supervision. Occasionally work over break periods.


To Apply Contact:Jessica Stetson
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailjlsfsc@rit.eduDepartmentCatering - Laundry
Job Number245201

Conference Housing Assistant

Wage$8.75DaysVaries
Hours a Week35HoursVaries
Start DateMay 24, 2015Post Date4/17/2015

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Position Summary

Housing Operations has a number of openings for RIT students that like to work hard and have fun. Our ideal candidate is a highly motivated, service oriented, team player with a positive attitude. Conference Housing Assistants are responsible for the preparation of all Summer Housing services and therefore must provide a model of excellent customer service to guests, students and staff.
The Summer Housing Office has an exceptional summer conference-housing program. We assist in providing quality service for the summer conference guests, summer quarter and summer session students living in the RIT residence halls.


Essential Functions

Prepare packets containing room keys, building access cards and meal cards for all incoming guests; Perform room checks prior to guest’s arrival and after their departure; Prepare, inventory, distribute and collect linen for groups requiring linen service; Assist with the check in and check out of conference groups; Distribute and collect amenities including fans, lamps, and phones when needed; Assist in maintaining an accurate roster/database of all summer conference-housing guests personal, room and key information; Assist in the preparation and checking of all residence hall key inventories; Attend mandatory bi-weekly staff meetings; Provide on-call assistance for after hour service; Learn and become familiar with the RIT campus, Summer Housing Operation, and residence hall policies, procedures and regulations in order to serve as a resource for questions; Carry out general office responsibilities including filing, word processing, answering telephones and greeting customers; Provide front desk coverage for the Summer Housing Office as needed; Learn and use StarRez system to check students in and out of their housing assignments; Other related duties pertaining to Housing Operations


Skills Required

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; Highly motivated and energetic; Courteous and customer service oriented; Ability to work productively in a team setting; Basic clerical abilities; Ability to multi-task; Strong time-management skills; Detail and task oriented; Capable of handling confidential material; Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook; Must be in good standing with Housing Operations and R.I.T. in both academics and discipline-related issues; Must report to work on time and work shifts for on-call duty as scheduled; Attend all training sessions and staff meetings


Skills Preferred

Familiarity with the Rochester Institute of Technology: Residence Halls, Campus Departments (i.e. Housing Operations, Residence Life, Dining Service, Facilities Management); Knowledge of Rochester area; Past experience living in R.I.T. Housing system; Sign skills a plus
COMMITMENT: May 24, 2015 through August 23, 2015. Approximately 35-40 hours per week: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, as well as after-hours and weekends shifts. Must be able to work weekends. It is mandatory that Assistants be housed in the residence halls for the duration of the time they are scheduled to work on-call duty.
COMPENSATION: Hourly wage: $8.75/Hour, Food Stipend, Paid Training, Free housing provided in the residence halls from May 24, 2008 through August 7, 2015
APPLICATION SHOULD INCLUDE RESUME, COVER LETTER


To Apply Contact:Katie Pastecki
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailkefapt@rit.eduDepartmentHousing Operations
Job Number233414

Quality Control Assistant

Wage$8.75DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week40 During Summer SessionHours7:30a-4:30p
Start Date5/11/15Post Date4/1/2015

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Position Summary

Responsible for performing quality control inspections of flooring replacement, painting, cleaning and floor cleaning in apartments completed by outside contractors to ensure scopes of work are being met and work is satisfactory. Perform final quality control inspections after all contractors and maintenance mechanics have completed all work ensuring that apartments meet Housing Operations Facilities standards and are ready for a student to move in.


Essential Functions

Perform quality control inspections of the flooring replacement contractor’s work. Verify that the work is completed and meets Housing Operations Facilities standards. Document any issues and/or re-work needed to be completed by the contractor. Perform quality control inspections of the painting contractor’s work. Verify that the work is completed and meets Housing Operations Facilities standards. Document any issues and/or re-work needed to be completed by the contractor. Perform quality control inspections of the cleaning contractor’s work. Verify that the work is completed and meets Housing Operations Facilities standards. Document any issues and/or re-work needed to be completed by the contractor. Minor touch-up cleaning tasks may be necessary that will be completed by Quality Control Assistants at the time of inspections. Perform quality control inspections of the floor cleaning contractor’s work. Verify that the work is completed and meets Housing Operations Facilities standards. Document any issues and/or re-work needed to be completed by the contractor. Perform quality control inspections of the maintenance mechanic’s work. . Verify that the work is completed and meets Housing Operations Facilities standards. Document any issues and/or re-work needed to be completed by the mechanic. This final inspection must ensure that the apartment is ready for a student to move in.


Non-Essential Function

Escort outside contractors working in occupied apartments as needed; Assist mechanics with various maintenance tasks as time permits; Assist grounds crew with garbage pick-up in apartment areas as time permits; Other duties as needed


Skills Required

General maintenance knowledge ; Attention to detail; Good written communication; Reliable; Ability to work independently; Valid driver’s license


Skills Preferred

General maintenance experience; Interior painting experience; Residential cleaning experience; Reliable transportation


To Apply Contact:Susan Lowe
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsmlapt@rit.eduDepartmentHousing Operations Facilities
Job Number210508

Groundskeeper - Off-Campus Properties

Wage$8.75DaysMon - Fri
Hours a Week20Hours8am - 4:30pm
Start DateASAP + SummerPost Date4/1/2015

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Position Summary

Work with the FMS personnel maintaining off campus properties.


Essential Functions

Work in a park-like setting mowing lawns, mulching shrub and flower beds, pruning trees, hand watering, raking, shoveling, and pool maintenance; Use power weed trimmers, lawn mowers, tillers, and hand power tools in a safe manner; Assist Caretaker in the installation and removal of seasonal equipment such as screens and windows; Drive RIT vehicles to campus and stores on various errands as needed; Perform necessary tasks in support of special events held at the residence, such as setting up tables and chairs or putting up signage.


Skills Required

Independent worker able to follow instructions accurately; Valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required - All verbal or written employment offers will be contingent upon completion and clearance of a criminal and/or Motor Vehicle background check; Able to use power equipment safely – training provided.


Skills Preferred

Groundskeeper and Maintenance background or experience.


To Apply Contact:Jenifer McKee
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailjsmfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number187501