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Confidential Office Clerk

Wage$9.70DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-20Hours
Start Date1/23/2017Post Date1/20/2017

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Position Summary

Telephone duties, knowledge of Center's course offerings, greets and assists walk-in clientele.


Essential Functions

Answering multi-line phone, give out general information, call forwarding and call coverage. Assists with general office duties, copying, filing, mail prep and delivery, computer input into our department database. Other duties as needed. Able to work well with faculty and staff. Confidentially is important and professionalism a must.


Skills Required

Good telephone communication skills, computer skills - IBM, typing a plus.


Skills Preferred

Helpful nature. Must be reliable. Ability to work independently.


To Apply Contact:Julia Coyle
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailjbccms@rit.eduDepartmentSchool of Individualized Study
Job Number720201

Office Assistant

Wage$9.70DaysMonday/Tuesday/Thursday
Hours a Week3-15HoursSee Position Summary
Start DateSpring SemesterPost Date1/19/2017

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Position Summary

Perform various office duties needed to support FMS staff. **Shifts Available are as follows: Mon 11am-12pm; Wed 9:30am-12pm**


Essential Functions

Providing computer support including the creation, management, and filing of word processing and database documents. Providing support to Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Design and Construction Services, and processing project requests and work orders. Reconciling credit card statements and other billing statements. Updating Certificate of Insurance database. Faxing and making photocopies. Making telephone calls to credit card vendors, contractors, etc. Providing temporary coverage of call center and the ability to make decisions in dispatching trouble calls to proper field personnel. Complete other projects as needed.


Skills Required

Basic computer skills. Microsoft Word and Excel. Good, clear speaking voice. Strong communication skills. Must have excellent phone skills


To Apply Contact:Jennifer McKee
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailjsmfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number180401

Online Family Orientation Assistant

Wage$10DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a WeekMonday-FridayHoursFlexible between 8:30am-5pm
Start DateFebruary 13, 2017Post Date1/16/2017

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Position Summary

The Parent and Family Programs office provides communication between RIT and parents of students in order to promote an appropriate role for parents and to empower parents as they support their studentís personal and professional development. This student will help develop an interactive online orientation for parents of incoming students.


Essential Functions

Brainstorm content with Parent and Family Programs Director and other campus partners. Write content including important dates, to-do lists, conversation starters, stories, etc. Research and develop interactive content to supplement the written information, including videos, polls, discussions, etc. Assist with various projects as needed.


Skills Required

Excellent written skills. Ability to present and share information; marketing skills. Excellent organizational skills. Must be detail-oriented. Ability to work independently; self-motivated. Experience with web programs. Strong time management skills; ability to meet deadlines. Strong work ethic and positive attitude.


To Apply Contact:Chelsea Petree
Phone475-4198TTYNot Available
Emailchelsea.petree@rit.eduDepartmentParent and Family Programs -- 37500
Job Number375502

Undergraduate Student Assistant

Wage$10DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-20HoursFlexible between 8:30am-5pm)
Start DateFebruary 13, 2017Post Date1/16/2017

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Position Summary

The Parent and Family Programs office provides communication between RIT and parents of students in order to promote an appropriate role for parents and to empower parents as they support their studentís personal and professional development. The undergraduate assistant helps ensure that parent services are designed with student needs as a focus. This position supports the Parent and Family Program Director in developing communications for parents, planning campus-wide family events, and additional projects as needed.


Essential Functions

Develop content (stories, photos, polls, etc.) for the parent Facebook page and other social media (as developed). Respond to parent questions/comments on social media sites. Track site analytics and develop creative campaigns to increase parent engagement. Assist with overall planning of Family Orientation and Family Weekend. Coordinate educational sessions, tours, and activities for parents and families at Family Orientation. Develop new and improve established Family Weekend activities, with parent and student interest/needs in mind. Serve as the Parent and Family Programs student representative for parent events. Recruit and manage Family Weekend student volunteers. Write articles for the parent newsletters and website as needed. Develop Parent and Family Programs marketing materials. Assist with various projects as needed.


Skills Required

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and social networking technologies. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Ability to present and share information; marketing skills. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to work on a variety of tasks. Must be detail-oriented. Ability to work independently; self-motivated. Strong time management skills; ability to meet deadlines. Strong work ethic and positive attitude. Must be available during Family Weekend (October 13-15, 2017)


Skills Preferred

Experience in a customer service role; Event planning or programming experience


To Apply Contact:Chelsea Petree
Phone475-4198TTYNot Available
Emailchelsea.petree@rit.eduDepartmentParent and Family Programs
Job Number375501

Development Research Assistant

Wage$9.70DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a Week20Hours8:30a-5:00p
Start Date1/23/2017Post Date1/16/2017

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Position Summary

The Prospect Research Team within RIT's Division of Development and Alumni Relations seeks out information on individuals, corporations, and foundations with which RIT can develop meaningful partnerships. The development Research student will help the team manage its recurring tasks.


Essential Functions

Review large amounts of written information and data and summarize it into well-written, concise reports for Development and Alumni Relations use; Research businesses, foundations and alumni of interest using Internet and print resources; Scan local news sources and enter relevant information into the Advance database; Create a weekly report to the division detailing alumni, donors, and articles of interest; Assist the Research Team with preliminary research and data integrity; Maintain the Research Library in officeís Intranet; Other duties as assigned


Skills Required

Experience in communications or related field; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Must be punctual, responsible and dependable; Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information; Familiarity with Internet search engines and RIT Library resources; Proficient typing skills, good organizational skills, ability to work independently and able to multi-task; Detail oriented with a high level of accuracy; Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications; High energy, flexibility and a commitment to RIT's mission; Must adhere to divisional standards, including dress code.


Skills Preferred

Previous experience in a professional setting; Understanding of/interest in fundraising, research and/or Alumni Relations; Willingness to learn technical applications for Research Library; Familiarity with SunGard Advance system.


To Apply Contact:Matthew Miller
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmlmdar@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment - Annual Giving & Donor Services
Job Number940502

Front Desk Receptionist/Student Assistant

Wage$9.70DaysTuesday/Thursday
Hours a Week4+Hours2pm-4:30pm
Start DateASAPPost Date1/4/2017

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Position Summary

Applicants must be available to work 2pm-4:30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays. Applicants must be available to work for both the Summer 2017 session and Fall 2017 Semester. Candidates not available for the outlined shift AND the listed academic sessions will not be considered. Ideal candidate will be available to start working 8/16/16, and MUST be able to work beginning 1/24/2017. Applicants who do not fit above availability will not be considered.

Serve as Front Desk Receptionist and perform other related duties as required. ***TO APPLY: Email resume and Spring 2016 class schedule to ajfseo@rit.edu.***


Essential Functions

Serve as Front Desk Receptionist and perform other related duties as required. Assist students and staff with hiring process and questions, advise when necessary; disseminate information to students and employers in person and on phone; typing and special projects as requested. Attention to detail is key. MUST BE OUTGOING AND PERSONABLE, ABLE TO LEARN QUICKLY AND RETAIN INFORMATION.


Non-Essential Function

Filing; copying; organizing high volume lines; occasional errands on-campus.


Skills Required

Excellent telephone and oral communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills. **Ability to work independently and handle a high volume work load is required.** Must be reliable and punctual. Ability to use Windows software efficiently.


Skills Preferred

Undergraduate student strongly preferred. Applicants with previous clerical experience preferred. Sign skills; Federal Work Study student. Only students that email a resume and schedule for Spring will be considered, must be available for times outlined in Position Summary. Previous applicants encouraged to reapply.


To Apply Contact:Amanda Henry
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailajfseo@rit.eduDepartmentStudent Employment Office
Job Number967401

Graduate Student Liason

Wage11.50DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-15HoursFlexible between 8-4:30
Start DateASAPPost Date12/16/2016

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Position Summary

The Graduate Student Liaison will communicate with prospective RIT students and applicants by placing outgoing courtesy and follow-up phone calls. Liaisons will be responsible for asking leading questions, cultivating conversation and tracking call data with the goal of increasing graduate enrollment. Additionally, liaisons may be asked to post and share experiences via the office's social media channels as well as via email.


Essential Functions

The priority task will be to place phone calls to prospective RIT students in the US and/or internationally and encourage further interest by answering basic questions and making referrals when needed. Serve as a graduate ambassador to prospective and admitted students by offering perspective and assistance throughout the enrollment process. Efficiently track data on all interactions and student touch points. Liaisons may be asked to assist with maintenance of, and content development for, social media platforms. Provide feedback to supervisor as needed.


Non-Essential Function

Liaison may be called upon to assist with recruitment activities such as participating on counselor-led webinars for prospective and admitted students, attending on-campus recruitment events as needed (open houses, information sessions) contributing to Graduate Enrollment student blog and providing campus tours to prospective graduate students.


Skills Required

Must be currently enrolled as a graduate student. Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to lead and direct a conversation and interact with individuals of all levels. Highly motivated with a high level of customer service skills. Familiarity with RIT. Knowledge of social media platforms (including Facebook, Twitter, Wordpress, and Instagram.) Ability to work without direct supervision.


Skills Preferred

Calling and/or outreach experience.


To Apply Contact:Mandie Klingelhoffer
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmskecr@rit.eduDepartmentOffice of Graduate and Part-time Enrollment
Job Number968510