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Welcome Center Attendant

Wage$8.20DaysSaturday
Hours a Week10-15HoursVaries
Start Date09/09/2014Post Date8/29/2014

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Position Summary

This position is responsible for providing friendly and helpful service to RIT students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors who may utilize the Campus Center and Student Alumni Union or call the Welcome Center main desk.


Essential Functions

Essential Functions: 1. Work as a member of the Campus Life Student Services team. 2. Provide information on the following areas to visiting and telephone customers: a. Campus activities, directions, services b. Faculty, staff, and department addresses and phone numbers c. Rochester activities and attractions d. Public/RIT transportation information and schedules e. General Institute information 3. Provide security to the Campus Center and Student Alumni Union by: a. Securing the building keys b. Locking up the building at closing time c. Allowing access to authorized personnel only into building offices and display cases d. Coordinating a lost and found service e. Reporting security/safety problems to supervisor, Public Safety, or FMS depending on the nature and immediacy of the problem 4. Provide assistance to meeting room tenants in the areas of technology and room set-up.


Non-Essential Function

1. Sign language knowledge desired, but not required.


Skills Required

1. Basic knowledge of operations of RIT departments, student organizations, and campus locations. 2. Desire to continually expand knowledge of the Institute 3. Pleasant personality and sound judgment 4. Ability to multitask and empathize with the general public 5. Dependable, independent, trustworthy 6. Highly motivated, service oriented team player with a positive attitude 7. Strong verbal and written communication skills


To Apply Contact:R'Ryona Thomas
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailswcaccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number374401

Marketing Assistant

Wage$13.50+DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week20Hours8:00am-5:00pm
Start DateASAPPost Date8/28/2014

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Position Summary

The primary responsibilities of this position include assisting in the overall marketing of core and new programs at the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I).


Essential Functions

MUST BE A 3rd-5th YEAR MARKETING STUDENT AND HAS COMPLETED A MINIMUM OF ONE CO-OP. Marketing tasks may include, but are not limited to, updating existing website using HTML and Drupal, social media marketing on Facebook and Twitter and planning, providing support for and promoting upcoming events throughout the State. Responsibilities may also include assisting in event planning/logistics/coordination for NYSP2I, developing marketing strategies for core NYSP2I programs and assisting with the development of outreach materials and dissemination efforts.


Skills Required

MUST BE A 3rd-5th YEAR MARKETING STUDENT AND HAS COMPLETED A MINIMUM OF ONE CO-OP. -Strong organizational skills -Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines -Strong written and verbal communication skills -Knowledgeable in social media marketing tools and techniques -Experience in working/communicating with various stakeholders (i.e. business, not for profits, and/or government) is desirable -Experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)


Skills Preferred

-Proficiency in HTML and Drupal web programming preferred


To Apply Contact:Bonnie Wright
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailbswasp@rit.eduDepartmentNYS Pollution Prevention Institute
Job Number760527

Business Analyst Assistant

Wage$12.50DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week20Hours8:00am-5:00pm
Start Date08/25/2014Post Date8/28/2014

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Position Summary

MUST BE A STUDENT IN THE RIT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS TO APPLY. Assist the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute at RIT in support of its core programs, specifically on reducing the environmental footprint of the dry cleaning industry and educating the public about opportunities to reduce their environmental footprint. This position may also involve working with industries across NYS on the development of cost-effective environmental solutions.


Essential Functions

Working with the Program Manager, the main focus of this position will be to develop, deliver, and assess the results of a dry cleaning survey aimed at the public throughout New York State. Strong communication skills are a must, as well as experience in developing surveys and analyzing results.


Skills Required

MUST BE STUDENT IN THE RIT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS. Produces high quality work to achieve the project goals, strong technical, written, oral and presentation (overall communication) skills, detail oriented and able to explain findings/results to others, possesses determination to find a solution, self-starter, team player and contributor, willingness to take on unfamiliar tasks, proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).


To Apply Contact:Bonnie Wright
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailbswasp@rit.eduDepartmentNYS Pollution Prevention Institute
Job Number760526

Student Clerk

Wage$7.40DaysMon-Sun
Hours a Week9 (average)HoursVaries
Start Date09/22/2014Post Date8/27/2014

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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

Union Manager

Wage$8.30DaysMon / Sat
Hours a Week10-15HoursMornings + some evenings
Start Date09/09/2014Post Date8/27/2014

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Position Summary

**This position requires Van Certification, therefore a Clean Driving Record is required** Position Summary: This position is responsible for serving as a liaison for the Center for Campus Life and students/departments during the late evening and weekend hour events. This position works primarily Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 7:00pm - 3:00am the next morning.


Essential Functions

1. Works as a member of the Building and Operational Services team in the Center for Campus Life. 2. Greets users of the building and informs them that they are a resource for their program/event primarily in the SAU/Campus Center. Works occasionally on other events for the center located usually in the Field House and Student Activities Center. 3. Provides assistance when needed regarding services in the SAU/Campus Center. Knows how to operate the technology equipment in the Campus Center meeting rooms. 4. Serves as a referral/information contact person for users and occupants in the SAU/Campus Center 5. Makes rounds of the SAU/Campus Center to ensure policies are being followed, room occupancy is within guidelines and offers assistance if needed. 6. Complete any forms that are left for your shift. 7. Work with the Welcome Center Attendant in managing the SAU/Campus Center during your shift including the locking up of the building.


Non-Essential Function

Other duties as assigned.


Skills Required

Upper class students with demonstrated experience, maturity and dependability. Strong interpersonal skills including effective confrontation and managerial skills. Ability to work independently and be able to complete tasks without direct supervisor present.


Skills Preferred

Experience with the Center for Campus Life. Sign language skills.


To Apply Contact:Kelly Bracken
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailkab5309@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number374519

Mailroom Assistant

Wage$8.00DaysMon-Fri
Hours a Week20Hours8:30am-4:30pm
Start DateASAPPost Date8/7/2014

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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

Student Caller

Wage$8.30DaysMonday-Sunday
Hours a Week6-20HoursSee Position Summary
Start Date08/25/2014Post Date7/30/2014

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Position Summary

Shifts Summary: Monday-Thursday 6-9pm,Friday 4pm-7pm, and Sunday-5pm-8pm 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

• 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


Skills Required

• 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


Skills Preferred

• 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
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailtelefund@rit.eduDepartmentDevelopment Office
Job Number941510