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Document and Database Specialist

Wage$8.20DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week15-20HoursFlexible- 11am-2:30pm
Start Date12/15/14Post Date12/8/2014

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Position Summary

Design/organize/coordinate/update data projects related to student and program records, and create clear, meaningful charts and infographics to communicate project data to a variety of audiences.


Essential Functions

Oversee maintenance of student files as per the ELC "Document Retention Guidelines." Design/organize/coordinate/update data projects, and produce infographics appropriate for a variety of audiences. Update ELC Student Database, student files, and gather data for outside agencies. Oversee front desk activities and communicate with students, train new student office assistants, and cover the front desk when necessary.


Non-Essential Function

Other duties as assigned.


Skills Required

Proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, Word, and Access. Ability to work within guidelines and time constraints, work with minimal supervision, prioritize workloads, multi-task. Must be able to maintain the confidentiality of student files.


Skills Preferred

Minimum one semester working in the ELC as a student worker office assistant. Basic office skills - filing, copying, answering the telephone, etc.


To Apply Contact:Karen Valentine
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Emailkjvelc@rit.eduDepartmentEnglish Language Center
Job Number370404

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
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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
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Emailcaffms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number184502