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ITS Operator Assistant

Wage$8.10DaysWeds/Fri
Hours a Week8Hours12:30pm-4:30pm
Start DateASAPPost Date8/29/2014

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Position Summary

Hours for this position are as follows: To answer incoming calls on the main line to the RIT Campus. Also will provide clerical assistance with filing and copying.


Non-Essential Function

Filing and other clerical tasks. Various projects as required, clean and organize inventory.


Skills Required

Must have good customer service skills, able to direct incoming calls to the proper areas on campus and have basic computer knowledge.


Skills Preferred

Good English speaking individual that is dependable.


To Apply Contact:Ardelia Parker-Killings
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailaapppt@rit.eduDepartmentITS Telecommunications
Job Number742302

Lab Assistant

Wage$8.30DaysMon/Tues/Weds/Fri
Hours a Week10HoursVarious
Start DateASAPPost Date8/27/2014

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Position Summary

The student will analyze the functionality of dry-slide analytical slides, incubated for defined lengths of time, packaged separately or in combination.


Essential Functions

Run vitros analyzers, pipet fluids, do data analysis and statistical emulation, prepare fluids, and do analyses, using thin-film technology. In addition, this person will keep detailed laboratory records and write project summary reports.


Non-Essential Function

Quality principles and good communication skills, lab clean-up and reagent storage techniques.


Skills Required

Statistical analysis of data, OSHA and ELP requirements familiarization, fluids preparation, read, understand, and follow instructions, pipet accurately, task organization and time management.


Skills Preferred

Biochemistry, clinical chemistry, analytical techniques.


To Apply Contact:Christine Fisher
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailchristine.fisher@rit.eduDepartmentDesign, Development, and Manufacturing
Job Number672517

CRP Student Worker

Wage$8.10DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week10-12HoursNegotiable
Start DateASAPPost Date8/25/2014

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Position Summary

The College Restoration Program, (CRP) is a single-semester academic intervention program for RIT students facing academic suspension or probation. CRP assesses academic and developmental factors interfering with studentís success at RIT. Based on the results of diagnostic assessment; CRP provides a student-centered curriculum that addresses study skills, time management, critical thinking, problem solving, motivation, wellness and personal development. The CRP Student Worker for the College Restoration Program is an RIT undergraduate student position. Throughout the academic year, the CRP Student Worker reports to the Director of the College Restoration Program. The CRP Student Worker will work approximately 10-12 hours per week, per semester (Fall and Spring). A work opportunity may be available during summer and intercession. -Submit type-written resume via e-mail, and names/phone numbers of at least two references such as current or previous employer, RIT advisor, RIT instructor to: Dawn Herman RE: CRP Student Worker Position dawn.herman@rit.edu


Essential Functions

- Assist in updating documents in MS Word such as CRP forms, the CRP Handbook, etc. - Assist in putting training materials together for CRP instructors and mentors. - Assist with administrative paperwork to include recording mid-term and final grades on reports, mailing the CRP parent letter, mid-term and final grade reports - Update and maintain CRP student class attendance, and input other student data on the share-drive - Forward Early Alert notifications to CRP mentors - Trouble-shoot problems that require knowledge of on-campus resources - Work with the CRP Assistant on special projects - Responsible for providing assistance to students who submit CRP exit paperwork at the CRP Student Lunch at the end of the semester - Other duties as assigned


Skills Required

- RIT full time student with Bachelorís Degree in progress - Demonstrated knowledge of MS operating systems, (MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) - Strong interpersonal skills - Ability to work both independently and collaboratively - Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet critical deadlines, while paying close attention to details - Ability to communicate effectively with different audiences: RIT academic department staff and faculty, CRP instructors, CRP mentors, students and parents - Must be able to work independently - Must pay attention to detail


Skills Preferred

-Minimum Cumulative GPA 2.7 or higher -Local student a plus - Involvement as an undergraduate student in areas such as leadership, program/event planning or related areas.


To Apply Contact:Dawn Herman
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaildawn.herman@rit.eduDepartmentCollege Restoration Program (CRP)
Job Number373302