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Tutor (for High School)

Wage$10.00DaysMon/Tues/Thurs
Hours a Week6Hours2-6pm (downtown)
Start DateJanuary 26, 2014Post Date11/25/2014

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Position Summary

RIT students needed to tutor students who are currently enrolled in high school; Subjects included are: Biology, History, ELA, Algebra, Spanish; Service is delivered at off campus at a DOWNTOWN location (25 mins from RIT); You must be able to report to work on Mon, Tues and/or Thurs 3:30pm - 5:15pm


Essential Functions

We are looking for RIT students to assist with increasing high school studentsí achievement rates by tutoring them in their school. RIT Tutors will work directly with the HS teachers and the students in small-group and one-on-one situations. You must be reliable, patient, and have a good background in one or more of the subjects described. You will also be encouraged to interact with the students as a mentor. RIT Tutors must also attend a series of 4 training sessions prior to the start of tutoring:


Non-Essential Function

Students require tutors who possess very strong English language speaking skills.


Skills Required

You must provide your own transportation to/from the school site. You must submit to background check authorization and fingerprinting.


To Apply Contact:Chandra McKenzie
Phone475-2566TTYNot Available
EmailChandra.McKenzie@rit.eduDepartmentRIT K-12 University Center for Engaging K-12
Job Number623527

Gallery Attendant

Wage9.00DaysMonday/Wednesday
Hours a Week5-10Hours
Start Date12/12/14Post Date11/25/2014

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Position Summary

Supported by CIAS, RIT, Gallery R is an off-campus student managed art gallery. Gallery r actively educates and encourages viewers to examine the relevance of art and culture in their lives. As a metropolitan gallery, r will maintain a select collection of student, alumni and faculty artwork for on-site consignment and sales. Importantly, the gallery serves as an educational learning laboratory and visual arts venue for all RIT College of Imaging Arts and Sciences students. The gallery, located at 200 College Ave, is open Wednesday-Sunday 1 to 5pm, for special events/receptions and Rochester First Fridays.


Essential Functions

Duties include opening/closing facilities, meet/greet public, recruit new alumni as featured artists, sell faculty, student artwork & publications, reception set up/clean up, schedule weekly gallery coverage academic & vacation/holidays, installation assistance for exhibits (art labels, feature wall information.) Maintain database, general cleaning, housekeeping and maintain a high profile of community marketing and interfacing with artists and community. Meet with graduate directors and faculty advisory board, committees and faculty director as scheduled.


To Apply Contact:Fran Chinnock
Phone475-7562TTY
Emailfacpgd@rit.eduDepartmentGallery r
Job Number653503

Cultural

Wage$8.75DaysMonday-Friday (Some Weekends)
Hours a WeekUp to 20HoursVariable
Start DateJanuary 12, 2015Post Date11/13/2014

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Position Summary

Mature, responsible 4th year or graduate student to help with cultural activities and trips. This student will help organize activities under the direction of the Activities Coordinator, accompany students on cultural excursions, take photos of ELC activities and design photo albums and digital/hard-copy display items.


Essential Functions

Accompany students on weekend and evening cultural excursions (bus transport if necessary) to points of interest in the area such as George Eastman House, Bowling, Paintball, Niagara Falls, Letchworth Park, etc. Design a term photo album as well as other documents announcing activities and/or involving photos of students and faculty. Maintain information displays. Take photos.


Non-Essential Function

Assist ELC in maintaining communications with students through Facebook and other media. Make phone calls, answer phones and help with additional office work.


Skills Required

A strong interest in communicating and interacting with people from diverse cultures and language backgrounds. Excellent English communication skills. Experience with Flash, Photoshop and Publisher or similar applications. Excel experience required. References are required. GPA of 3.0 or better is required. Minimum one year at RIT is required for transfer students.


Skills Preferred

Experience working with International students is preferred. Graduate student status is strongly preferred. Familiarity with social media is preferred. Familiarity with the Rochester area and Finger Lakes area is preferred. Website management is a plus. NYS driver's license and RIT van certification are a plus.


To Apply Contact:Sarah St. Denis
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailsjwelc@rit.eduDepartmentEnglish Language Center
Job Number370516

Photographer for University News

Wage$15.00Days
Hours a WeekUp to 8 hours/weekHoursVaries
Start DateASAPPost Date11/5/2014

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Position Summary

Photographic assignments for UNS' use in Athenaeum or University Magazine, or UNS website.


Essential Functions

Photograph events and people and turn around assignments quickly, providing a dvd of images. Hours are dependent on events and include evenings and weekends.


Non-Essential Function

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS


Skills Required

Strong technical photographic skills using a digital SLR. Knowledge of on-location lighting and electronic flash. A quick response to an assignment request is essential. Meeting deadlines is crucial.


Skills Preferred

Must be able to work independently on assignments. Prefer at least a second year photography student with good technical skills.


To Apply Contact:Sue Weisler
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailaswcmp@rit.eduDepartmentUniversity News Services
Job Number041506

Student Groundskeeper

Wage$8.65DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a WeekUp to 20HoursBetween 6:00am-5:00pm
Start DateASAPPost Date11/3/2014

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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:Chris Furnare
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailcaffms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number184502