|Hours a Week||10-20||Hours||8am-5pm|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||2/23/2015|
Will ONLY consider students having a 3.2 GPA or higher and are able to work Spring Semester and potentially subsequent semesters (10- 20 hours a week). Provide administrative support to the Marketing Project Coordinator and Staff Assistant for the Office of NTID Admissions.
The Student Ambassador is responsible for the communication and publications that are sent out from the NTID Admissions Office to prospective students and families. This includes both daily communication flow and special mass mailings. Communication tasks include printing letters, sending emails, stuffing envelopes, and correcting addresses in PeopleSoft. Publication inventory; includes tracking quantities to ensure a continued supply of materials and updating Excel spreadsheets regularly. Student workers should be able to carry boxes up to 40 pounds as the job also includes transferring boxes to and from storage, recycling, and to the post office. Additional job responsibilities might include updating publications, greeting guests, answering phones, sending Fed-Ex packages and other miscellaneous tasks as needed.
Candidate must be able to answer phones and communicate orally. Must be in good academic standing and able to communicate well with supervisor and team; be dependable and flexible. Must be well organized and able to multitask and prioritize projects when required. Experience using MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. The individual must have good time-management skills, able to learn quickly and strong attention to detail skills. Adapt to variety of duties. TO APPLY: Send Resume and Spring Availabilities. Office is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
Sign language and knowledge of Deaf Culture.
|To Apply Contact:||Michelle Lionti-Hare|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|email@example.com||Department||NTID Office of Admissions|
|Hours a Week||8-12||Hours||Varies|
|Start Date||04/06/2015||Post Date||2/3/2015|
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: 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.
1. Sign language knowledge desired, but not 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
1.Applicants must send resume and the names and contact information for three professional references. At least one must be an RIT professional or academic reference. Resume and reference information must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org ion order to be considered. 2. Prefer second semester freshman or students in their second year at RIT ,at the time of application. 3. Sign language desirable
|To Apply Contact:||R'Ryona Thomas|
|Hours a Week||15-20||Hours||Flexible- 11am-2:30pm|
|Start Date||12/15/14||Post Date||12/8/2014|
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.
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.
Other duties as assigned.
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.
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|
|Phone||Not Available||TTY||Not Available|
|email@example.com||Department||English Language Center|