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Benefits Assistant

Wage9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10HoursBetween 8:30-4:30
Start Date5/1/15Post Date4/15/2015

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Position Summary

Assist the Benefits Specialist with daily work load and occasional projects involving confidential and time sensitive material. The primary areas of focus will be in FMLA and Workers' Compensation.


Essential Functions

Accessing absence reports and distributing them by email to various managers. Processing Workers' Compensation forms including reports of injury and lost time data. Maintaining University OSHA log. Assembling and mailing Workers' Compensation communications to injured employee. Front Desk coverage


Non-Essential Function

Faxing, Copying, Filing


Skills Required

CONFIDENTIALITY is an absolute priority. Due to time-sensitive deadlines, this position requires a Monday-Friday commitment. The hours will be divided by 1-2 hours daily, but time of day is flexible.


Skills Preferred

Web navigation, Microsoft Word and Excel, Oracle knowledge


To Apply Contact:Stephany Brown
Phone475-5113TTYNot Available
EmailNot AvailableDepartmentHuman Resources
Job Number170510

Accounting Assistant

Wage10.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15HoursBetween9am-4:30pm
Start DateApril 2015Post Date4/3/2015

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Position Summary

The Office of Business Services in Information and Technology Services (ITS) is looking for a dedicated, hard working student worker. The office needs someone who can work through the summer and upcoming academic year.


Essential Functions

Accounting Functions: Complete basic account reconcillations utilizing Excel and Oracle applications. Print Oracle statements. Match Paymentnet (Credit card) receipts with statements monthly. Process monthly invoices and send to Accounts Payable. Clerical Functions: Assist with software and hardware contract renewals. Record monthly attendance on individual excel spreadsheet, calculate quarterly lab hours, filling, copying, scanning, campus delivieries and errands, coffee inventory, special projects and other duties as assigned.


Skills Required

Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills. Mature student that must be able to treat information obtained through work as confidential. Must be organized and trustworthy.


To Apply Contact:Karen Wilson
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailkaren.wilson@rit.eduDepartmentITS
Job Number750505

Student Services Assistant

Wage8.75DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a WeekvariesHours9am-4pm
Start Date5/4/2015Post Date4/1/2015

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Position Summary

The ELC Student Services Assistant will aid the development, implementation and assessment of the ELC Orientation program to provide ELC students with authentic language, campus resources and college life experience.


Essential Functions

Generate appropriate materials for the Orientation curriculum; Monitor and maintain the wiki for the ELC Orientation program; Be a resource for students about study skills and campus life; Collect, tabulate and generate student feedback data


Non-Essential Function

Filing, copying, general office tasks.


Skills Required

Microsoft Office


Skills Preferred

Experience with international students/study abroad experience; Networking experience with other departments on campus; Experience with second language acquisition/foreign language study; Excellent spoken and written English communication skills;


To Apply Contact:Caitlin Hammond
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailcafelc@rit.eduDepartmentEnglish Language Center
Job Number370203

Business Systems Administration Assistant

Wage8.75DaysMonday-Friday (Flexible)
Hours a Week10-20Hours8am-4:30pm(flexible)
Start DateAugust 15thPost Date4/1/2015

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Position Summary

Perform varying office and financial functions for the business systems team of Dining Services. To apply please email Amanda Frey at akffsa@rit.edu with your (1) Resume, (2) Available Start date, (3) Fall Schedule, (4) Year Level & Major, (5) If you anticipate going on co-op during 2014-2015 AY.


Essential Functions

1) Office: Scanning, Phones, Resource fairs (Dining Q&A) 2) Data Entry meal plan changes, account adjustments, deposits 3) Assisting the Business Team in group arrangements, invoices, and financial reporting


Skills Required

Attention to detail and accuracy. Good communication both written and verbal. Understanding of basic accounting procedures. 2nd year or higher business student preferred; (Accounting, Finance, MIS majors); Must be a full-time student for Fall 2014-2015; Must be available to start prior to the 1st week of Fall semester classes.


To Apply Contact:Amanda Frey
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailakffsa@rit.eduDepartmentBusiness Strategies & Technology Management (SAS)
Job Number240508

Student Assistant for Benefits

Wage$8.75DaysMon-Fri (Flexible)
Hours a Week10Hours8:30am-4:30pm (flexible)
Start Date5/1/15Post Date4/1/2015

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Essential Functions

Assist Benefits Staff with projects in Microsoft Excel, Power Point and Word. Also filing and copying. Answer the telephone.


Skills Required

Computer skills: Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Power Point. Organizational and telephone skills, accuracy, ability to type and word process. Ability to deal with confidential material.


To Apply Contact:Stephany Brown
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailhrseempl@rit.eduDepartmentHuman Resources
Job Number170305

Ergonomics Student Assistant

Wage10.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10HoursBetween 8:30-4:30
Start Date4/3/2015Post Date3/9/2015

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Position Summary

This position is a 10 hour per week position reporting to the Benefits Specialist in the Human Resources Department to provide ergonomic support for both Workers' Compensation and Short Term Disability initiatives.


Essential Functions

Coordinating and promoting ergonomic activities for the RIT campus. Provide ergonomic assessments to RIT employees by appointment. Provide department trainings in ergonomics and group or individual assessments to the employees within the department. Support the Furniture Lab in Building 99. Schedule appointments with employees to select new furniture from the displays within the lab. Educate employees on furniture adjustments to properly use the equipment. Provide employee training sessions through CPD - 2 times per year. Evaluate campus injuries and make recommendations on safety and ergonomic actions. Work with the HR Benefits Specialist, Department Manager, and employees to train and implement changes to processes and work activities. Return-to-Work assessments- review return to work restrictions and assist in making recommendations to help the employee successfully return to work. Campus ergonomics projects- as projects are identified, take a key role in evaluating and presenting any ergonomic related parts of the project. Participation on the RIT Safety Committee based on schedule availability. Data tracking and entry.


Skills Required

Successful completion of course ISEE-330 Ergonomics and Human Factors (under semester system) or course 0303-415 Ergonomics (under the quarter system) within RIT's College of Engineering. Successful completion is defined as a minimum final grade of B. Strong communication skills. Ability to present ideas and solutions clearly. Attention to detail and accuracy. Good organization skills. Reliable and conscientious. Confidentiality a must. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point.


To Apply Contact:Stephany Brown
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailhrseempl@rit.eduDepartmentHR: Benefits
Job Number170504