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Parking and Transportation Specialist

Wage$10.00DaysMonday-Sunday
Hours a Week20HoursVarious
Start DateFall Semester(Possible Summer)Post Date4/15/2014

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Position Summary

This position requires the ability to learn Transportation Demand Management (TDM) in a real setting. The person will be involved in all aspects of the everyday business of the Parking & Transportation Department.


Essential Functions

Work on Imagine Fest and Commencement preparation and implementation; Be able to work independently; Help the Transportation Manager with daily duties involving bus counts, driver certifications, van rentals, clerical data entries; Help the Special Events Manager to organize and implement parking for special events (Hockey, Career Fair, Open Houses); Ability to work nights or weekends as needed; Familiar with all Microsoft Office programs; Have a valid driver’s license; Be able to lift up to 45 lbs.


Non-Essential Function

Have the ability to learn basic website maintenance with Drupal; Have Marketing or Social Media savvy; Basic graphic design knowledge a plus but not necessary


Skills Required

Ability to learn quickly. Be a Team Player.


Skills Preferred

Preferably a third year or higher. Experience in the industrial engineering field. Experience with Marketing, Branding.


To Apply Contact:Adam Petzold
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailappfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number185503

Conference Housing Assistant

Wage$8.20DaysVaries
Hours a Week35HoursVaries
Start DateMay 25, 2014Post Date4/14/2014

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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 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 key packets containing room keys, 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 bags 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 guest’s room and key information -Assist in the preparation of residence hall key inventories and checks -Attend mandatory bi-weekly staff meetings -Provide periodic 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, stuffing of guest portfolios, word processing, answering telephones and greeting customers -Provide front desk coverage for the Summer Housing Office as needed -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 and 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, Residence Life, Public Safety) Knowledge of Rochester area Past experience living in R.I.T. Housing system, particularly RIT. Sign skills a plus COMMITMENT: Start Date: May 19,2013 End Date: August 23, 2013 Approximately 35 hours per week: Days of week and hours vary dependent on upon scheduled conference groups. Student may NOT be enrolled in 20124 summer quarter RIT courses It is mandatory that assistants be housed in the resident halls for the duration of the position due to on-call duty. COMPENSATION: Hourly wage: $7.90/Hour, Food Stipend, Paid Training, free housing in residence halls is provided from May 19,2012 through August 23, 2012 APPLICATION SHOULD INCLUDE RESUME, COVER LETTER, LIST OF 3 PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES


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

Retail Marketing Assistant

Wage$8.30DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week12-14HoursFlexible
Start Date5/19/14Post Date4/14/2014

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Position Summary

The Digital Den, a department within the Controller's Office, located in the B&N @ RIT bookstore, is the home of RIT's Apple Authorized Campus Store (AACS). The AACS offers the RIT community a selection of computer hardware, software and accessories; many priced exclusively for RIT students, faculty and staff. The marketing assistant supports traditional and online marketing efforts for the Digital Den. We are seeking an outstanding student to assist with a variety of marketing tasks including store promotions, development of marketing materials and outreach activities designed to identify new ways to engage and interact with our customers.


Essential Functions

1. Create, design and distribute print materials and digital media to promote the Digital Den Facebook page, events, products, and services. 2. Prepare mailers and brochures including formatting content and graphics and arranging printing. 3. Design materials for web-based advertising and marketing. Maintain Digital Den web page, including events calendar. 4. Develop strategies to increase fan base on the Digital Den Facebook page. 5. Assist with special event planning and execution. 6. Assist with special projects as requested. 7. Work with management to develop strategies designed to enhance the store's image.


Skills Required

Marketing/new media marketing major; must have completed sophomore year at RIT. Must possess a solid understanding of business activities, including identification and selection of target markets, placement and promotion of goods and services, and the management of relationships between our retail businesses and our customers. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Must possess the ability to work in a team of environment involving regular interaction with multiple individuals. Must be highly organized and have demonstrated ability to work independently. Must have knowledge of graphic design software.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of advertising, internet marketing, search engine analytics, professional selling, international marketing and buyer behavior will be beneficial. In addition, an understanding of consumer behavior and the ability to develop a marketing strategy designed to recognize appropriate marketing alternatives is preferred. Courses in internet marketing, including web design, content generation, social media, and search engine marketing preferred.


To Apply Contact:Jonathan Millis
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailjjmedr@rit.eduDepartmentRIT Digital Den
Job Number290505

AACS Sales Associate

Wage8.30DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week15-18HoursNights/Weekends
Start Date5/20/14Post Date4/14/2014

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Position Summary

The primary responsibility of the sales associate is to provide outstanding customer service, generate sales of Apple products, merchandise Apple products, and support the AACS team.


Essential Functions

1. Ensure that all customers who visit the AACS receive outstanding service. 2. Assist RIT customers in making their buying decisions. 3. Assist RIT customers who require repair service with check-in and check-out. 4. Be knowledgeable about all promotions and advertisements. 5. Complete the daily operational, day-to-day goals and priorities assigned by store management. 6. Uphold store merchandising and cleanliness standards. 7. Assist with processing new product deliveries; help the team to keep the receiving and back stock area clean and organized. 8. Process special orders as required. 9. Complete special projects as assigned.


Skills Required

We’re looking for enthusiastic Mac lovers who know about and use Apple products, and/or have a strong desire to learn. Sales Associates must possess excellent customer service skills, strong technical skills and a cheerful, positive attitude. To differentiate you as a sales associate, you must be willing to obtain “Apple Certified Associate” status which validates basic entry level skills in a specific application. Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. . RIT shift premium pay may apply to hours worked on university holidays.


To Apply Contact:Jonathan Millis
Phone794-8395TTYNot Available
EmailNot AvailableDepartmentAACS Sales Associate
Job Number290503

Imagine RIT Chaperone

Wage$12DaysSaturday
Hours a Week6Hours6
Start Date05/03/14Post Date4/11/2014

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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 3, 2014. 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

Welcome Center Attendant

Wage$8.10DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week10-15HoursVaries
Start DateAugust 24, 2014Post Date4/2/2014

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Position Summary

This position is responsible for providing friendly and helpful service to RIT students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors who may utilize the Campus Center and Student Alumni Union or call the Welcome Center main desk.


Essential Functions

Essential Functions: 1. Work as a member of the Campus Life Student Services team. 2. Provide information on the following areas to visiting and telephone customers: a. Campus activities, directions, services b. Faculty, staff, and department addresses and phone numbers c. Rochester activities and attractions d. Public/RIT transportation information and schedules e. General Institute information 3. Provide security to the Campus Center and Student Alumni Union by: a. Securing the building keys b. Locking up the building at closing time c. Allowing access to authorized personnel only into building offices and display cases d. Coordinating a lost and found service e. Reporting security/safety problems to supervisor, Public Safety, or FMS depending on the nature and immediacy of the problem 4. Provide assistance to meeting room tenants in the areas of technology and room set-up.


Non-Essential Function

1. Sign language knowledge desired, but not required.


Skills Required

1. Basic knowledge of operations of RIT departments, student organizations, and campus locations. 2. Desire to continually expand knowledge of the Institute 3. Pleasant personality and sound judgment 4. Ability to multitask and empathize with the general public 5. Dependable, independent, trustworthy 6. Highly motivated, service oriented team player with a positive attitude 7. Strong verbal and written communication skills


To Apply Contact:Debbie McDaniel
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailswcaccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number374312

Senior Student Ambassador Level 4

Wage$8.20DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-15 (+ Summers as needed)Hours8am-5pm
Start DateASAPPost Date4/1/2014

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Position Summary

Minimum of 10-15 hours per week. Support Marketing Project Coordinator and Student Ambassador Supervisor. Available to work summers if needed.


Essential Functions

Projects would include data entry, mail delivery & pick up, word processing, copying, doing errands across campus, etc. Work on communication flow mailings; recruitment projects such as assembling packets and gathering materials. Publication inventory including tracking quantities to ensure a continued supply of materials. Ad-Hoc and special mailings. Ability to lift 30-50 lb. boxes, climb ladder to retrieve boxes of materials and comfortable using carts/dolly to transport heavy boxes.


Skills Required

Computer literacy, word processing, Microsoft excel and database experience, good communication skills, ability to handle multiple tasks, prioritize and meet deadlines. Proven to be dependable.


Skills Preferred

ASL and knowledge of Deaf culture.


To Apply Contact:Michelle Lionti-Hare
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmmlnca@rit.eduDepartmentNTID Admissions
Job Number433401

Student CAD Drafter

Wage9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Weekup to 20 hrsHoursBetween 8am-8pm
Start DateASAPPost Date3/6/2014

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Position Summary

Produce CAD Drawings for RIT Campus buildings. Modify existing files for the new CAFM system.


Essential Functions

Produce drawings of existing RIT facilities by use of AutoCAD software; Field measure campus buildings to verify existing conditions and update/create CAD files of same.


Skills Required

Experience with AutoCAD or Softworks software and office computer skills; Ability to take instruction and apply it in a self-motivated context; Ability to work at a computer for protracted periods of time.


Skills Preferred

Graphical presentation skills


To Apply Contact:Kate Ostrosky
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailkao0477@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Inventory
Job Number180510