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Videographer for Social Media

Wage11.00DaysMonday-Friday (occ Sat)
Hours a Week10Hours8:30-4:30
Start Date5/13/16Post Date4/29/2016

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Position Summary

We are looking for a student who can develop engaging video content for weekly posts on the RIT Behind the Bricks social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and our blog. The videographer will be a part of a team of students working to build an engaged online community for the Finance and Administration division to increase brand awareness, promote Finance and Administration products and services, and provide behind-the-scenes content.


Essential Functions

During weekly meetings the videographer will be asked to pitch content ideas and follow-up on projects as assigned. The videographer will be responsible for interviewing staff, faculty, and students, capturing behind-the-scenes shots, and compiling footage of special events on campus. The schedule will be somewhat flexible week-to-week, but may require the videographer to occasionally attend events, nights and weekends.


Skills Required

We are looking for a person with strong communication skills who is creative, reliable, flexible and self-driven. Must be proficient with Adobe Premiere, After Effects and other video editing tools. Must have experience shooting video in a variety of settings. Should have experience captioning videos.


To Apply Contact:Stephany Brown
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaillraits@rit.eduDepartmentHuman Resources
Job Number170513

Student Asst Furniture Storage & Movement

Wage$7.75DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week40Hours7am-4pm
Start Date5/27/2016Post Date4/29/2016

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Position Summary

Assist with the movement and storage of all residence hall furniture for over 1,800 student rooms and public area furniture, as well as all office furniture and equipment. Assists with the maintenance of storage rooms.


Essential Functions

Perform the proper furniture movement process in order to replace, remove, and install furniture in student rooms and all public lounge areas. Provide excellent customer service to our students in meeting their furniture movement request. Permitted access into student rooms to move furniture. Assist in maintaining the storage areas, with interim storage and with the shipping and receiving of all Housing Operations furniture and equipment.


Skills Required

Must have references, proven customer experience, previous work experience, capability to handle multi-layered and detail oriented work, ability to handle highly confidential information. Must be a responsible and reliable person for access into student rooms. Ability to work autonomously, as well as part of a team. Must be in good conduct standing with the Institute.


To Apply Contact:Edwin Mulligan
Phone303-7976TTYNot Available
Emailexmrla@rit.eduDepartmentHousing Operations
Job Number233416

RITchies Game Room Student Clerk

Wage$9.00DaysMon-Sun
Hours a WeekApprox 10HoursVaries, 8pm-3am
Start DateFall 2016Post Date4/22/2016

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Position Summary

Monitor the game room facilities and ensure a safe, recreational environment. Perform duties such as equipment sign-out, maintaining usage reports, event coordination, cleaning, etc. Enforce facility policies. Work Hours: M-Th 8p - 12; F- 8pm - 2am; Sat-2pm -3am;S 8p - 12


Essential Functions

Open and close facilities as scheduled; report all injuries and hazardous conditions to Student Manager, Administrative Advisor and Public Safety; accurately fill out administrative paperwork; complete designated cleaning tasks; enforce facility policies; have an understanding of emergency procedures including evacuation procedure.


Skills Required

Must be dependable and responsible. Have a positive attitude and good communication skills. Must be able to work independently.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of American Sign Language or willingness to learn.


To Apply Contact:Ericka Smith-Schubart
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailelsrla@rit.eduDepartmentResidence Hall Association - RITchies
Job Number571201

Ice Rink Cashier/Skate Guard

Wage$9.00DaysFriday-Sunday
Hours a Week5HoursVaries
Start Date4/15/2016Post Date4/13/2016

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Position Summary

A local, first or second-year student in good academic standing, able to undertake the operation of the cash register, handle cash, hand out rental skates and enforce the Ritter Ice Arena's safety policies as a rink guard.


Essential Functions

Competency in cash handling, skate distribution and proficient ice skating ability.


Non-Essential Function

Mopping, Sweeping, etc.


Skills Required

Must be a strong ice skater, preferably local, excellent communication and math skills, punctual, able to perform well under pressure.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of ASL, previous cash handling and customer service, First Aid/CPR certification.


To Apply Contact:Margaret Clements
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailmxcice@rit.eduDepartmentUniversity Arenas
Job Number103202

Mailroom Assistant

Wage$9.00DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week20-40HoursVarious through Summer
Start Date5/2/2016Post Date4/12/2016

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Essential Functions

Assist in the preparation of Bulk Business Mail and other types of Campus Mail. Assist in the processing of First Class Mail. Operate Bunn Tying Machine, operate Pitney Bowes Meter Machine; operate Accufast 1-Up Labeler; insert mail into envelopes; prepare Bulk Business Mailings per USPS requirements; make on campus deliveries.


Non-Essential Function

Assist in other areas of Mail and Reprographics as needed.


Skills Required

Good organizational skills; good physical condition; ability to lift 70 lbs; ability to work in a hectic environment; good driving record.


To Apply Contact:Terry Monroe
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailtjmmai@rit.eduDepartmentHUB Postal 99
Job Number123201

Welcome Center Attendant

Wage$9.00DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week8-12HoursVaries (Early morning/Late Nig
Start DateSunday, August 21st.Post Date4/1/2016

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Position Summary

*** THIS POSITION MAY INCLUDE LATE NIGHTS, EARLY MORNINGS, AND WEEKENDS. TO BE CONSIDERED, YOU MUST SUBMIT A COVER LETTER, RESUME, AND THREE PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES(NAME, TITLE AND EMAIL), TWO REFERENCES MUST BE FROM RIT.*** This position is responsible for the safety and security primarily of the Campus Center and the Student Alumni Union. The student employees have responsibility for making sure the building and meeting rooms are open on each morning and secured at the end of their closing shift. In addition they are customer service representatives for the institute, the division of Student Affairs and the Center for Campus Life. They guide faculty/staff/students and guests effectively to events and office on campus. They are further responsible for assisting meeting room users with the technology we have in all our meeting rooms in both buildings.


Essential Functions

Provide security primarily to the Campus Center and the Student Alumni Union as well as Monroe Hall each evening Responsible for the building sub masters for both primary buildings to assist authorized Manage the Lost and Found system which involves processing expensive and very valuable items and contacting Public Safety for item pick-up when appropriate Report security problems to Public Safety and building problems to Facility Management Services Provide assistance with technology and room set-up for those using meeting spaces Desk responsibilities include: Distribution and explanation of bus schedules Location of faculty/staff and department phone numbers Locating campus activities and provides directions and services Assisting with taxi cabs and downtown activities and attractions Assisting with general institute information


Non-Essential Function

Sign language knowledge desired, but not required. The front desk uses Ubi Duo, this is a typing communication device to use with deaf and hard of hearing guests.


Skills Required

Dependable, trustworthy and able to work without direct supervision after training. Highly motivated, service oriented person who wants to help others. Resourceful and willing to go the extra mile to assist people with their needs. Knowledge of the RIT departments, student organizations and campus locations (usually requires a student who is not in their first year). Ability to multitask Pleasant personally and demonstrates good judgment. Effective verbal and written communication skills.


To Apply Contact:Carol Reed
Phone475-6931TTY
Emailswcaccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number374302

Student Groundskeeper

Wage$9.00DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a Week20HoursFlexible
Start DateASAPPost Date3/31/2016

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Position Summary

Carry out grounds maintenance functions independently. Ability to cover for fulltime Grounds Department employees.


Essential Functions

Ability to safely operate grounds equipment used to complete all assigned tasks. Ability to complete assigned duties without assistance or supervision. Knowledge of all FMS departments for emergency purposes. Ability to identify potentially dangerous situations and work to alleviate. Able to do repetitive bending and lifting. Able to lift 70 lbs without assistance. Snow removal by shoveling or plowing. Trash and litter clean-up on campus. Maintain garden shrub beds and nature trails.


Skills Required

Experience in operation of all power equipment safely and efficiently. Prior related work experience in Grounds and Landscaping. Tolerance of weather extremes (hot and cold). Valid driver's license required - all verbal or written employment offers will be contingent upon completion and clearance of a criminal and/or Motor Vehicle background check.


Skills Preferred

Experience driving standard transmission.


To Apply Contact:Monica Thompson
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmrtfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number184502

Groundskeeper - Off-Campus Properties

Wage$9.00DaysMon - Fri
Hours a Week20HoursFlexible
Start DateASAPPost Date3/28/2016

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Position Summary

Work with the FMS personnel maintaining off campus properties.


Essential Functions

Work in a park-like setting mowing lawns, mulching shrub and flower beds, pruning trees, hand watering, raking, shoveling, and pool maintenance; Use power weed trimmers, lawn mowers, tillers, and hand power tools in a safe manner; Assist Caretaker in the installation and removal of seasonal equipment such as screens and windows; Drive RIT vehicles to campus and stores on various errands as needed; Perform necessary tasks in support of special events held at the residence, such as setting up tables and chairs or putting up signage


Skills Required

Independent worker able to follow instructions accurately; Valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required - All verbal or written employment offers will be contingent upon completion and clearance of a criminal and/or Motor Vehicle background check; Able to use power equipment safely – training provided


Skills Preferred

Groundskeeper and Maintenance background or experience


To Apply Contact:Paul Drozdziel
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailpmdppa@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number187501