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STOCKROOM ASSISTANT

Wage$9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-15HoursSee Position Summary
Start DateFall SemesterPost Date8/23/2016

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Position Summary

Work Hours : Monday-11:00- 2:00, Tuesday 8:00-9:00 and 12:00-3:00, Thursday 2:00 - 5:00, Friday 11:00 - 2:00.. Life Science or Chemistry background needed


Essential Functions

Assist in the coverage of the dispensing stockroom areas and perform those tasks assigned by the Stockroom Staff personnel. Dispensing of Apparatus, Chemicals, Dry Ice, Liquid Nitrogen and Central Supply items. Assist in the coverage of these areas during the daytime, nighttime and weekend hours when necessary. Perform assigned projects given by the stockroom staff such as assembly or repair of furniture, minor installs (pictures, coat hooks, first aid kits, spill kits, pencil sharpeners, etc.) Assisting in lifting and moving heavy equipment/furniture within the College of Science as well as the delivery of goods cases of paper, items ordered and received. Inspections and replenishment of certain safety items located in labs within the building such as eye wash stations, first aid and spill kits. Some supervisory skills needed as they will each be appointed as "Watch Commanders" weekly to oversee that certain stockroom duties are performed on a daily basis.


Non-Essential Function

Perform manual inventory checks on any stocked and certain non-stocked items in the Main Stockroom area. Light duty cleaning within the main stockroom areas. Assist the stockroom in the set-up and break down of hospitality items for College functions involving student retention. enrollment, departmental symposiums, etc. Assist in the restocking of the front and main within the stockroom for all apparatus, chemicals and central supply items. Fulfill request of stock items for satellite stockroom areas and copier rooms.


Skills Required

Able to work in unsupervised situations; good communication skills; able to work in a customer service environment. Background in science is required.


Skills Preferred

Have a basic knowledge of hand tools and certain power tools; able to lift heavy objects when needed (50 lbs.); basic computer skills (Word and Excel); prefer to have a good working knowledge of scientific apparatus and chemicals; some supervisory skills needed. Must have STRONG chemistry or biology background. College of Science student preferred.


To Apply Contact:Paul Allen
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailpaasse@rit.eduDepartmentCollege of Science - Main Stockroom
Job Number670303

Graphic Design Assistant

Wage9.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10Hours9am-5pm
Start Date8/11/16Post Date8/11/2016

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Position Summary

The student will be primarily responsible for implementing RIT brand messaging guidelines by creating visually compelling design and layout for print and web materials. With the objective to build audience awareness and participation that result in increased philanthropic giving to the university. Support the Assistant Director Marketing and Design with a variety of design, layout and production projects specific to print and web materials for marketing and communications including advertisements, brochures, invitations, direct mail, graphics, signage, presentations and proposals. Ability modify and work with existing or create new templates.


Essential Functions

Familiarize with RIT brand messaging guidelines including typography, type usage, color palette, graphic elements and photography. Knowledge of specifications for print and web ready files and have the ability to prepare files for production and print. Creativity and problem solving in both visual design and production should be applied.


Non-Essential Function

Ability to collaborate with department staff, follow and execute directions, maintain work quality, accuracy, and punctuality.


Skills Required

Hardware: Desktop PC. Software: Adobe Creative Suite 6.0 (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Bridge and Acrobat X Pro). Attention to detail, sensitivity to confidential/secure information, and good time management skills. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Strong written and verbal communication skills.


Skills Preferred

Production of file formats for the web and print including .tif, .jpeg, .png and .eps. Open to exploring, learning, and adapting new technologies. Understanding and implementation of University graphic and style guide standards.


To Apply Contact:Elizabeth Horton
Phone475-2815TTYNot Available
Emaileahdar@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment and Alumni Relations
Job Number940509

Marketing Assistant

Wage10.00DaysMonday-Sunday
Hours a Week5HoursVaries
Start Date8/22/16Post Date8/11/2016

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Position Summary

Provide marketing support to individual projects and computing facilities.


Essential Functions

-Demonstrate, and/or explain service in an effort to market. *Explain technical service information to students. *Demonstrate services (if applicable). -Provide informational brochures, and/or other marketing material. *Distribute promotional literature. -Keep areas neat while working, and return items to correct locations following demonstrations. *Clean work areas. -Record, and report demonstration-related information, such as the number of questions asked by the audience or the number of marketing materials distributed. -Set-up, and arrange displays at demonstration areas to attract the attention of prospective groups. -Transport, assemble, and disassemble materials used in presentations. *Set up displays, and break down displays. -Identify interested and qualified students by providing them with additional information. -Practice demonstrations to ensure that they will run smoothly. -Prepare or alter presentation contents to target specific audiences. -Learn about the users' interests or concerns to answer questions to provide more complete information. *Study product information to acquire professional knowledge. -Advise customers on specific items/games/materials. -Study service/marketing information to acquire professional knowledge. -Provide product information, using lectures, films, charts, or slide shows. -Work as part of a team of demonstrators to accommodate large crowds. *Demonstrate services to consumers.


Non-Essential Function

Strong working knowledge of the game course material and understanding of lab sequence, program languages, operating system, and familiar with the facilities & marketing strategies. Proficient verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge in the specific marketing area (varies).


To Apply Contact:Brenda Schlageter
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailbljbka@rit.eduDepartmentMAGIC Center
Job Number624524

Production Assistant II

Wage$10.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10-20Hours9am-5pm
Start Date8/29/16Post Date8/11/2016

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Position Summary

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 - djfedr@rit.edu


Essential Functions

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.


Skills Required

1. One year related work experience required 2. Operation of HD video cameras. 3. Knowledge of Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, 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.


Skills Preferred

Knowledge of American Sign language is preferred, but not required.


To Apply Contact:Donald Feigel
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaildjfedr@rit.eduDepartmentNTID Communications, Marketing and Multimedia Services
Job Number418508

Development Assistant/Caller

Wage$9.75DaysSunday-Thursday
Hours a WeekMinimum of two shifts/weekHoursSee Position Summary
Start Date8/22/2016Post Date8/9/2016

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Position Summary

Shifts: Sunday 3:00 PM-6:00PM and 6:30 PM-9:30 PM Monday-Thursday, 6:30 PM-9:30 PM Wednesday and Thursday, 2:30 PM-4:30 PM. Minimum of 2 shifts a week, hours may vary

To apply email Telefund@rit.edu or stop by the office for an application

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:


Essential Functions

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.


Skills Required

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
Phone475-5841TTYNot Available
Emailtelefund@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment Office
Job Number941510

Student Innovation Leaders

Wage10.00DaysMonday - Sunday
Hours a Week20Hours8am - 11pm
Start Date8/1/16Post Date8/4/2016

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Position Summary

Support the Staff, students and programs of the Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Responsibilities include: assisting with project management, computer support, coordinate for printed and electronic publications, facilities maintenance, visitor welcome/greeting, general office duties; Word and Excel, and event management and general support to the Simone Center Staff and operations.


Essential Functions

Assist the Staff, students and graphics/web team with administrative tasks pertaining to the Simone Center events and programs as needed. Attend and schedule meetings with management and staff members to discuss upcoming and current projects, as needed. General office duties including updating and creating documents spreadsheets as requested utilizing Microsoft Office Word and Excel. May produce binders, presentations, name tags utilizing Microsoft Office. Operations Support: Schedule conference room bookings. Set-up and tear-down of event furniture. Operation of Student Innovation Hall audio-visual equipment. Greet and assist the event holder and guests. Maintain neatness/orderly/cleanliness of area/facility, including light custodial duties. Campus-wide errands and deliveries.


Non-Essential Function

Other tasks as assigned to support the Simone Center and staff.


Skills Required

Excellent computer knowledge and communication skills, as there are many team member and co-workers. Experience with Microsoft Office products Word & Excel. Knowledge of A/V equipment and of both MAC and PC operations. Ability to work year-round, including breaks. Ability to lift/carry 40 lbs., climb a ladder, work independently and part of a team. Work during the day, evening and weekend shifts and on an as needed/scheduled basis. Must be punctual, dependable, and resourceful. Must maintain a good work ethic and professional demeanor.


To Apply Contact:Diane Cantisano
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaildxcovpr@rit.eduDepartmentRIT Center for Student Innovation
Job Number600507

Laundry Attendant

Wage$9.00DaysMonday-Sunday
Hours a Week10-20Hours8am - 5pm
Start Date8/3/16Post Date8/3/2016

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Essential Functions

Wash linen and uniforms; assist in the pick ups/deliveries of laundry to other units. Operation of industrial grade washers, dryers and roller iron. Sort and wash laundry according to procedures. Deliver to units.


Skills Required

Work with limited supervision. Occasionally work over break periods.


To Apply Contact:Eric Fox
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailemffsc@rit.eduDepartmentCatering - Laundry
Job Number245201

Box Office Attendant

Wage$9.15DaysMon-Sat
Hours a Week10Hours10am-10pm
Start DateASAPPost Date8/2/2016

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Position Summary

The primary responsibility of this position is to provide customers with a positive initial event experience at RIT. This experience is created by aiding guests with accurate event information and assisting them in purchasing and/or picking up tickets. This position is expected to work cohesively with all employees and stakeholders as well as maintain a high level of guest service. ***TO APPLY: Complete form found here: http://www.rit.edu/fa/arenas/NewEmployeeApplication.pdf and email to skhgpc@rit.edu ***


Essential Functions

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Provide all customers with a positive first impression by offering superior, individualized guest service. 2. Answer questions in response to inquiries about shows and events held at RIT. 3. Assist with opening/closing Box Office, including preparation of cash drawer, updating event information and box office organization. 4. Processing ticket orders accurately at the box office window and over the phone utilizing AudienceView ticketing software. 5. Ability to work days, nights, weekends and academic/holiday breaks is a MUST. 6. Problem-solve by effectively communicating with guests to locate and deliver will-call/guest list tickets and various other customer service issues. 7. Provide information regarding events and facilities via face-to-face communication and telephone. 8. Provide superior customer service to all internal box office clients.


Skills Required

Strong customer service and organizational skills, clear speaking voice, and punctuality. Must be well-groomed and dress appropriately. Ability to work flexible schedules; including days, nights, weekends, academic and holiday breaks is a MUST.


Skills Preferred

ASL knowledge. Experience within a ticket office setting and experience utilizing ticketing software. Cash handling experience. Face to Face and over the phone customer service experience.


To Apply Contact:Stacy Hirst
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailskhgpc@rit.eduDepartmentGordon Field House
Job Number103503