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Office Assistant

Wage9.00DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a Week5-10HoursFlexible Hours (8:30-4:30)
Start Date8/22/16Post Date7/27/2016

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Position Summary

Provide support to students using computing facilities.


Essential Functions

Assistants will have to answer questions concerning the system, error messages. Monitoring the Labs. Help Students interpret the output of compliers and other system utilities. Supervision of lab equipment, including changing printer paper, ribbon, cartridges. Accept lab assignments from senior lab assistants on duty. Report equipment failure. Routinely perform any number of software and hardware tasks assigned by Senior Lab Manager. Conduct tours of any number of facilities for visitors, groups, and prospective students and their families. Oversee Apprentice and Junior Lab Assistants.


Skills Required

Strong working knowledge of the course material and understanding of lab sequence as well the program language, operating system and familiar with the facilities. Proficient verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of "mycourse" helpful.


To Apply Contact:Shameelah Wilson
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailscwigm@rit.eduDepartmentInteractive Games and Media
Job Number824501

Front Desk Receptionist/Student Assistant

Wage$9.00DaysTuesday/Thursday
Hours a Week4+Hours9am-11am
Start DateASAPPost Date7/27/2016

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Position Summary

Returning undergraduate student strongly preferred. Applicants with previous clerical experience preferred. Applicants must be available to work 9am-11am Tuesdays and Thursdays. Ideal candidate will be available to start working 8/8/16, and MUST be able to work 8/15/16-8/19/16. 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 Fall 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

Sign skills; Federal Work Study student. Only students that email a resume and schedule for Fall 2016 will be considered. Previous applicants encouraged to reapply.


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

Creative Designer/Office Assistant

Wage$10DaysMonday-Saturday
Hours a WeekHoursFlexible
Start DateFall 2017Post Date7/25/2016

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Position Summary

In need of design talent for a variety of marking pieces including website, brochures, newsletters, and email campaigns. The position will also require some office work such as data entry, copying, filing, research projects, etc. Looking for someone to start immediately and be available for 7-15 hours per week with the possibility of extending into the summer an fall semester (somewhere flexible schedule).


Essential Functions

Creative design, copying, scanning, filing, database entry, mailings


Non-Essential Function

Various projects may include creating of documents/reports, research assistance with events


Skills Required

Efficient and reliable Professional written and verbal communication skills Microsoft Office - word, excel, PowerPoint Demonstrated experience in Adobe Creative Suite


Skills Preferred

Problem solving, ability to work independently Familiarity and experience with Twitter


To Apply Contact:Kristi Mitchell
Phone475-4029TTYNot Available
Emailkmitchell@saunders.rit.eduDepartmentSaunders - Online Executive MBA
Job Number649507

Sr. Financial Operations Assistant

Wage9.25DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-20Hours9am-4pm
Start DateImmediatePost Date7/25/2016

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Position Summary

The position is a high level position that works directly for the Director of Financial Operations and the Coordinator of Student Employees to process daily financial and human resource transactions. The applicant must be extremely organized and trustworthy regarding confidential information.


Essential Functions

Assists the Financial Operations staff with processing of invoice payment, visa statement reconciliations and human resource paperwork. Has responsibility for ordering/delivery/reconciliation of office supplies and specialty items for entire TWC staff. Prepares/reconciles daily cash deposit. Maintains special project databases for cash and student information.


Non-Essential Function

Filing, copying, errands


Skills Required

Intermediate Office Suite and bookkeeping skills. Neat, accurate, highly organized and honest proven by at least one quarter of experience as the Financial Operations Assistant.


Skills Preferred

Experience working in a library or human resource setting.


To Apply Contact:Julia Lisuzzo
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailjulia.lisuzzo@rit.eduDepartmentThe Wallace Center
Job Number612566

Manager Assistant

Wage9.25DaysMonday-Saturday
Hours a Week15-20Hours9am-4pm
Start DateAugust 1, 2016Post Date7/21/2016

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Position Summary

Assist manager with data collection, and data entry


Essential Functions

Data Entry- Input figures daily into correct log sheets, updates UPS, Stamps.com, Supply inventory and File Maker Pro. Research information via phone and internet and other departments. Trains new and existing student employees and updates student database.


Skills Required

Must work well with peers and customers. Must be very reliable and punctual. Has knowledge of MS Excel and MS Access. Must have good phone skills and pay attention to detail. Be able to work independently and work in other areas and weekends.


Skills Preferred

Assist with new student orientation in August


To Apply Contact:Meghan McDonald
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmemmai@rit.eduDepartmentPost Office
Job Number124503

Program Assistant

Wage$12DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week4-6Hours8am-5pm
Start Date8/22/16Post Date7/21/2016

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Position Summary

The Wegmans School of Health and Nutrition is seeking an undergraduate student to assist with administrative, program, and research management activities. Must be able to work 4-6 hours/week. $12/hour.


Essential Functions

Create recruitment and marketing materials; assist with development of research posters, flyers, surveys; prepare tables and letters; proofread documents and website content; assist graduate student research projects.


Non-Essential Function

Assist with office reception and management


Skills Required

Completed at least 3 semesters of undergraduate work. Demonstrates attention to detail and accuracy; Proficient in Word, Excel, and Power Point. Demonstrates excellent grammar, writing, editing, and oral communication skills. Has current resume.


Skills Preferred

Nutrition management major. Use of Adobe InDesign. Experience working with the public.


To Apply Contact:Kathryn Faulring
Phone475-6117TTYNot Available
Emailkzfihst@rit.eduDepartmentWegmans School of Health and Nutrition
Job Number862501

Mail / Package Handler

Wage$9.00DaysM-F
Hours a Week10-20Hours8:15-6:30
Start DateAugust 1, 2016Post Date7/21/2016

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Position Summary

Responsible for providing quality mail/package services for students who reside in the residence halls, on campus apartments as well as the RIT Inn & Conference Center and Racquet Club.


Essential Functions

Must be able to process packages during their scheduled shift with 100% accuracy and speed. Must be able to identify carriers and tracking numbers that are delivered to us. Learn and know classifications of US mail. Learn and know packaging system and address forwarding system. Performs other duties dependent on area or department of assignment. Must be able to troubleshoot mishandled mail.


Non-Essential Function

Assist with new student orientation in August


Skills Required

Must be reliable and punctual. Must be able to lift up to and including 50-70 pounds. Must display respect, teamwork, and customer service skills at all times. Some knowledge of sign language.


Skills Preferred

Please attached resume and class schedule


To Apply Contact:Meghan McDonald
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailmemmai@rit.eduDepartmentHub Print and Postal
Job Number124201

Commuter Student Assistant

Wage9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week12-20HoursVaried
Start DateFirst Week of classesPost Date7/1/2016

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Position Summary

This hourly staff position will work wit the Assistant Director of Club and Community Outreach in Campus Life, in conjunction with ACE, and assume responsibility for coordinating projects, outreach, and data collection for the organization. Will also work in conjunction with the Graduate Assistant for Community Outreach.


Essential Functions

Completing projects and outreach tasks, manuals, pamphlets, programs, etc. related to off campus and commuter student issues. Assist e-board of ACE in implementation of programming and events.


Skills Required

Understanding of off-campus population, needs of community, and experience with leadership.


To Apply Contact:Sarah Griffith
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsbgccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life - Association for Commuter Engagement
Job Number374317

Club Student Assistant

Wage$9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Weekup to 20HoursVaried
Start DateFall SemesterPost Date6/27/2016

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Position Summary

The Club Administration Student Assistant is a position within the Center for Campus Life. Major responsibilities include supporting in the Assistant Director of Clubs and the Community Outreach as well as the Club Administration Graduate Assistant with the coordination of club affairs.


Essential Functions

1. Serve as a point of communication for club members regarding club questions through maintenance of clubsa@rit.edu email address. 2. Administer club database activity through theLink@RIT. 3. Promote club events and engagement through social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). 4. Assist Club Center staff with planning and implementing Club Center events, including; All Club Meetings, Club Fairs, Club Center engagement events, and Clubs Got Talent. 5. Additional duties as deemed necessary to support the Center for Campus Life's Club Center staff.


Skills Required

Applicants must be detail oriented with emphasis on working in a meticulous manner. Applicants must be proficient with Microsoft Excel and Word. Applicants must possess excellent customer service skills and understand the importance of confidentiality. Applicants must be able to work without close supervision and the follow through of projects and duties. Applicants must be dependable and posses good work habits. Applicants should have a desire to work with people from different cultures.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of club policies and procedures. Experience with theLink@RIT or similar databases. Experience with marketing and/or social media outlets.


To Apply Contact:Sarah Griffith
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsbgccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number560511

Commuter Lounge Manager

Wage9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a WeekVariesHoursVaried
Start DateFall SemesterPost Date6/27/2016

Information

Position Summary

Responsible for office operations and tasks within the MSO Office for the Association for Commuter Engagement (ACE). Oversees administrative tasks, manning the office and facilitating student questions about services. Also assisting the Campus Life Community Outreach Graduate Assistant.


Essential Functions

Administrative Operations of the ACE MSO Office. Overseeing 10 hours of office hours a week. Helping to facilitate email communication with commuter questions and outreach. Assist Graduate Assistant with tasks/projects.


Skills Required

Must send resume and winter quarter availability when applying. Must be a current full-time matriculated RIT undergraduate student. Understanding of Microsoft Office and Suite. Available at least 10 hours a week. Strong communicative and interpersonal skills.


Skills Preferred

Understanding of Mac products. Live off campus/commuter student.


To Apply Contact:Sarah Griffith
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsbgccl@rit.eduDepartmentACE: Association for Commuter Engagement
Job Number374301