|Hours a Week||10-20||Hours||See Summary|
|Start Date||5/28/13||Post Date||5/1/2013|
Work Hours: Mon-Fri 4:45pm-10:15pm, Saturday 11:45pm-5pm,4:45pm-10:00pm, Sunday 12:45pm-6:00pm
Serve as a Rock Climbing Instructor and Facilitator at the Red Barn. Educate users about climibng equipment, it's uses and limitations. Assess participant's skills and competency and grant subsequent merited certifications. Monitor all climbing activities for safety and consistency. Keep in good repair all climbing gear and supplies. Conduct necessary paperwork. Maintain cleanliness, organization and integrity of facility.
Work with coordinator to design and implement new classes and programs.
Adult CPR and First Aid. Appropriate intensive staff training and mentorship. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Assertiveness, confidence and organization. Ability to act calmly, rationally and reassuringly when responsible for the physical and mental well-being of others.
Sign Language, Advanced First Aid training. Prior Instructing, Rock Climbing experience.
|To Apply Contact:||Brenden Eng|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||Center For Recreation and Intramurals|
|Hours a Week||20||Hours||6-9pm|
|Start Date||July 1, 2013||Post Date||4/23/2013|
RITs Telefund is one of the best places to work on campus. Being a Telefund Caller will provide you with valuable marketing, communication and leadership experience to enhance your resume as well as special networking opportunities.. Through RITs Telefund program, student callers personally contact thousands of RIT graduates, parents and friends each year. Our purpose is twofold. First, we want to build and strengthen the relationship between alumni and the university and help RIT maintain accurate records on its constituents (so that they receive important university communications). Second, we talk to them about the importance of supporting RIT financially and to secure financial contributions for the university and its students. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of the Fund for RIT, specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Serving as an ambassador for RIT Telephoning RIT alumni, parents and friend Assisting in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with RIT constituents and educating them about current university programs and activities Asking them for financial support to help the Institute achieve financial and donor participation goals for the purpose of supporting scholarships, academic programs, athletics, libraries, student clubs and more. Handling each phone call with courtesy, tact and sensitivity Responding to inquiries and concerns Updating biographic information and keeping RIT records accurate
An understanding of and appreciation for the university, its history Enthusiastic, confident, dedicated, mature, friendly and reliable Outstanding communication skills including excellent spoken and written English Ability engage individuals in conversation and to ask them for money with confidence. Negotiation skills Ability to work independently and deal with a wide variety of individuals Knowledgeable about the Institute and active in student life Attention to detail Strong computer skills
Past experience in telemarketing, sales, communication, acting or related field Salary & Hours: The Telefund operates year-round and beginning callers start at $8.20/hour. There are opportunities for bonuses, raises and incentives based on performance.
|To Apply Contact:||Telefund|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|Hours a Week||15-20||Hours||Variable|
|Start Date||May 1, 2013||Post Date||4/19/2013|
This senior student assists the Associate Director with the management and maintenance of the Welcome Center Attendants, approximately 15 student employees.
1. Assists the Associate Director with lost and found items brought to the Welcome Center on a daily basis including contacting Public Safety to retrieve sensitive items such as cell phones, wallets or purses, etc. 2. Assists with the interviewing and training of any new Welcome Center Attendants. 3. Requesting schedule information for hours each quarter and creating a fair and equitable work schedule for all student employees. Also, over see that all shift changes occur seamlessly and no shift goes uncovered. 4. Working with the Associate Director of Campus Life and the Director of International Student Services on the updating of the International Flags in the Student Alumni Union which happens annually. 5. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and all applications.
1. Worked as a Welcome Center Attendant at least two quarters. 1. Has a good employment record with no disciplinary sanctions. 2. Pleasant personality and ability to handle situations in a mature manner with other undergraduate students. 3. Ability to work at least 15 hours a week but preferably 20 hours per week. 4. Good organizational skills, ability to show strong commitment to the position and work ethically.
Sign language or willingness to communicate with deaf/hard of hearing students.
|To Apply Contact:||Carol Reed|
|Not Available||Department||Campus Life|
|Hours a Week||2-5||Hours||8:30a-4:30p|
|Start Date||TBD||Post Date||4/11/2013|
The Photographer for Golisano College Office of the Dean is responsible for capturing the spirit of events through photography and will cover a variety of GCCIS-related events and activities on an as-needed basis. The images are used for various publications and marketing materials throughout the year.
As directed, take photographs for various publications, promotional items, marketing initiatives, web, etc. Edit photographs, as directed.
Student with an eye for photography, and have a portfolio to showcase. Dependable, professional attitude and presence, responsive, and reliable. Advanced Photoshop and any other related software knowledge.
Photography major preferred, but not necessary.
|To Apply Contact:||Nancy Dimock|
|email@example.com||Department||GCCIS - Dean's Office|
|Hours a Week||8||Hours||8:30-4:30|
|Start Date||June 8, 2013||Post Date||4/5/2013|
Assisting high school juniors and seniors develop skills to complete capstone project. Assist professor in and outside of classroom as needed. Escort students to and from lunch at campus dining halls, and bus stop. Assist with creation of power point presentations. Take direction from Graduate Mentor/Coach
Coach, monitor, assist, lead, coordinate and mentor groups to complete a successful capstone project. Any other duties as assigned by program director or professors. Consult Graduate Lead Coach on capstone direction, process and procedures.
Escort, pick-up and drop off students at bus stop, take attendance, walk to dining halls, and monitor during lunch.
You must be a Saunders College of Business Undergraduate student or SAABS, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, group dynamics. Excellent communication skills, leadership qualities, analytical skills and detail oriented required. Enthusiastic about working with high school students and helping them become "Future Business Leaders".
Must be available for all program dates, start June 8 and end August 17. Saturdays only, 8:30am-4:30pm.
|To Apply Contact:||Denise Lynn Bell|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||E. Phillip Saunders College of Business|