|Hours a Week||8-10||Hours||8:30-4:30|
|Start Date||2/26/16||Post Date||2/4/2016|
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.
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.
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|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|Wage||$9.00||Days||Sun - Sat|
|Hours a Week||10||Hours||Various|
|Start Date||3/4/16||Post Date||1/29/2016|
Employee improves the quality of life for community residents through public skating. Employee will handle money and rental skates while processing customers during public skate sessions. Employee will perform level 1 duties and be able to help in other situations.
Count money, care for rental skates, effectively handle customers, and be accurate with the cash drawer. Must be able to skate.
First Aid experience, basic cleaning and building maintenance, other duties that arise from time to time.
Courtesy, good customer service, honesty, good communication skills, accuracy with a cash drawer. Employee must be a Rochester, NY native, and be available to work holiday breaks.
Prefer student with Federal Work Study award. Prior cash handling experience preferred.
|To Apply Contact:||Jeff Flowerday|
|Hours a Week||varies||Hours||Varies|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||1/29/2016|
Responsible for designing the cover and inside graphics for the Annual Safety and Security Report. Responsible for organizing, submitting and editing the annual report as well as consulting on format. Design marketing and crime prevention materials for the Public Safety Department.
Meeting deadlines in order to maintain compliance with the Clery Law and Violence Against Women Act. Work creatively while keeping compliance related elements in the report. Design, edit, and organize. Have report complete for distribution no later than September 30th.
Upper level Graphic Design Major. Must be creative and imaginative. Ability to meet deadlines and able to work at own pace and consistently meet established deadlines. Must be able to work independently with little or no supervision.
|To Apply Contact:||John Connelly|
|Hours a Week||10-20||Hours||8am-8pm|
|Start Date||2/1/2016||Post Date||1/15/2016|
This position requires the student to demonstrate knowledge and technical skills for all phases of video production (pre-production, production and post-production).
Submit your resume, video-portfolio via link, and your available times to work to: Don Feigel, firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Carry out various tasks for studio and remote productions: videography, lighting, audio, teleprompting, and grip assistant. 2. Carry out various tasks for post-production: logging, digitizing, editing, 2D/3D motion graphics, video compression, and DVD authoring. 3. Perform office work, media inventory and/or delivery of materials. 4. Check production schedule Online on a regular basis.
1. One year related work experience required 2. Operation of SD/HD video cameras. 3. Knowledge of Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, Sorenson, and Creative Suite. 4. Must be independent, punctual, dependable and customer service-oriented. 5. Ability to work independently, multi-task, and complete task in a timely manner. 6. Sign language is preferred, but not required.
Knowledge of American Sign language is preferred, but not required.
|To Apply Contact:||Donald Feigel|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|Hours a Week||20||Hours||8:30am-4:30pm|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||1/15/2016|
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.
Assist in other areas of Mail and Reprographics as needed.
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|
|email@example.com||Department||HUB Postal 99|
|Hours a Week||Minimum of two shifts/week||Hours||See Position Summary|
|Start Date||01/25/2016||Post Date||12/16/2015|
Shifts Summary: 2:30-4:30 pm Wed and Thurs, 6:30-9:30pm M-Th, 4-8pm Sun RIT's 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 RIT's 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:
Call RIT alumni, parents, and friends; Serve as an ambassador for RIT; Must be comfortable fundraising/soliciting alumni and parents to help support current students, programs, and institutional missions; Assist in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with RIT constituents and educate them about current university programs and activities; Update biographic information and keeping RIT records accurate; Respond to inquiries and concerns
Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information; Must be punctual, responsible and dependable; Excellent verbal communication skills, telephone etiquette; Ability to follow direction and be flexible; Proficient typing skills, good organizational skills, ability to work independently and able to multi-task, self-motivator; Detail oriented with a high level of accuracy; Excellent computer skills.
|To Apply Contact:||Telefund|
|Hours a Week||2||Hours||Flexible|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||12/14/2015|
Under the direction of the Video Training Development Team Chairperson, plans and facilitates video and audio productions and material, converts completed edited productions to appropriate format, and provides other related duties as assigned.
Video tapes and edits training topic segments to aid in the training and development of FMS Building Services Custodial processes and procedures to field staff. Using video camera equipment and audio recording equipment to compile and edit program material suitable for training videos. Make technical decisions regarding such elements as lighting, shooting angle, placement of microphones, and other video and audio equipment. Assist Video Training Development Team and Chairperson in developing concepts, ideas, and production settings for various custodial processes and procedures. Assist Video Training Development Team and Chairperson in development and creation of scripts, story boards, and other pre-production materials and aids. Edits and assembles final video and audio components and program materials, and ensures consistency and relevancy to established processes and procedures, and monitors technical quality off end product.
1-year related experience or class work is required. Possess basic knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Good communication skills - oral and written. Very dependable and flexible with time to accommodate the scheduled meetings of the Video Training Development Team, and future photo, video, and audio recording schedules. Skilled in the operation and use, and possess or have access to various video and audio recording and editing equipment, programs, software, and hardware. Must be able to follow instructions accurately. Ability to work approximately 40 hrs/quarter.
|To Apply Contact:||Chuck VanMaldeghem|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|