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Graphic Design/Photography Assistant

Wage10.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week10Hours9-4:30, flexible
Start DateFall 2017Post Date4/20/2017

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Position Summary

To promote the Center for Advancing STEM Teaching, Learning and Evaluation (CASTLE) to the RIT Community and assist in the dissemination of information about CASTLE events. Provide graphic, design, and photography work. You will be asked to provide samples of work/website at interview.


Essential Functions

Utilize knowledge to develop posters and promotional materials for CASTLE events. Provide photo coverage at various CASTLE events and work with faculty and staff for CASTLE photo opportunities (ex. Research labs, LA Program recitations/labs).


Non-Essential Function

Dispense promotional material about CASTLE events throughout campus. Provide support for CASTLE programs and events if needed.


Skills Required

Mature individual, independent, punctual, dependable and professional. Strong communication skills and work well with faculty, staff, and students. Working knowledge of Adobe Design Suite and other graphic design programs. Photography skills required. Needs own computer to do design work (office computer will not be provided.)


To Apply Contact:Debra Jacobson
Phone475-7828TTYNot Available
Emaildajsps@rit.eduDepartmentCASTLE
Job Number674530

Ice Operations attendant and Zamboni Driver in Training

Wage9.70DaysMonday-Friday, Some weekends
Hours a Week30-40Hours7-3:30, occasional evenings
Start DateASAPPost Date4/18/2017

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Position Summary

Must be able to learn and master all functions of facilities and ice operations. Must be available to work Men's and Woman's Hockey games. Due to duration of training First and second year students are preferred.


Essential Functions

Must be available to train with Ice Operations Supervisor 2-3 times per week until completion of training Programs. Including: Opening and closing of buildings, working on ice at hockey games. If selected to train on Zamboni you must pass driver training program.


Non-Essential Function

Glass Cleaning, general upkeep of facilities.


Skills Required

Must have a valid N.Y. State drivers license. Must reside in Rochester area year round. Must be available to work this Summer, then summers and recess and breaks. Must be responsible, reliable, punctual, good communicator, courteous. Must be a team player, good decision maker and proactive.


Skills Preferred

Mechanical knowledge.


To Apply Contact:Jeff Flowerday
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailjafppa@rit.eduDepartmentUniversity Arenas
Job Number103502

Student Groundskeeper

Wage$9.70DaysMonday - Sunday
Hours a Week40 After Summer StartsHoursBetween 7:00am-5pm
Start DateASAPPost Date4/18/2017

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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:Monica Thompson
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmrtfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number184502

Student Assistant - Kids on Campus Summer Camp

Wage10.00DaysMonday-Friday
Hours a Week35Hours8:30am-3:30pm
Start DateJuly 10, 2017Post Date4/6/2017

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Position Summary

RIT Kids on Campus is a month-long summer camp for students in grades 5-12. Kids on Campus will run weekdays on campus from July 10th to August 4th. The hours of work are 8:30am until 3:30 pm daily. We are currently seeking undergraduate students to directly assist workshop instructors in their classroom settings as well as guiding and supervising non workshop activities.
Your complete availability during this timeframe is non-negotiable. More information on Kids On Campus can be found here kidsoncampus.rit.edu/


Essential Functions

Assistants will be responsible for supervising the activities of children (5th -12th grade) throughout their daily camp curriculum. Assistants engage, interact with, and assist individual campers during their non workshop activities: Morning check in, recreation, and lunch hour at the RITZ. Assistants are assigned to individual subject-based, hands on workshops. In the workshop, an instructor determines the lesson plans and related projects. Assistants help instructors by guiding and assisting the student participants toward successful achievement of their related tasks, projects and activities. We have the strongest need for individuals with knowledge of one or more of the following areas: Java, Javascript, C#, 3D Graphics (Maya), Photoshop, Character Design, Scratch, and Unreal. Knowledge of Dungeons and Dragons is a plus!


Skills Required

Assistants must be friendly, outgoing, patient, and able to interact well, while acting professionally and in a caring manner with both children and parents. Background checks will be required.


To Apply Contact:Donna Burnette
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emaildabk12@rit.eduDepartmentKids on Campus - Academic Affairs
Job Number623529

Design Center Lab Assistant

Wage$9.70DaysMon-Thur
Hours a Week10-15HoursVariable
Start DateApril 2017Post Date3/27/2017

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Position Summary

The Multidisciplinary Senior Design Lab Assistant is responsible for assisting with the maintenance, operation, support, and assistance of the Multidisciplinary Senior Design Collaborative Space.


Essential Functions

Supervision of students using Multidisciplinary Design space. Serve as first point of contact for students, faculty, and staff and refers questions to other consulting sources when necessary. Assist with purchasing equipment, supplies, software, and project-related parts. Receive and process Senior Design packages received in office. Enforce usage policies and restrictions (food, materials/solvents, hours). Assist with locker assignments for Sr. Design teams. Assignment and tracking of equipment and tools signed out. Maintain current inventory of all equipment and supplies. Maintain Senior Design email account and answer office phone. Mail pick-up and on-campus delivery. Process room reservations. Assist students requesting to use office equipment (copier, scanner, laminator). Assist administrative staff with special projects. Performs other related duties as assigned.


Skills Required

KGCOE Engineering student. Experience with computer software, hardware, and PC and/or Macintosh operating environments. Intermediate knowledge of MySQL databases, RITís Shibboleth system. Proficient/Advanced Skill in Access and Excel applications. Operation of AV equipment. Detail-oriented. Excellent customer service attitude and strong communication skills.


To Apply Contact:Christine Fisher
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailchristine.fisher@rit.eduDepartmentDesign, Development and Maunfacturing
Job Number630517

Graphic Design Assistant

Wage13.00DaysMonday - Friday
Hours a Weekup to 20Hours8am - 5pm
Start DateASAPPost Date2/24/2017

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Position Summary

Golisano Institute for Sustainability is seeking a student to scan, reformat, and organize a variety of print and digital materials for archiving purposes.


Essential Functions

The assistant will be scanning, enhancing, and categorizing historical documents, including news and magazine articles, photographs, etc. He/she may also need to manipulate the layout and design of various materials. The assistant will also need to quickly review items and sort them using topic tags and categories into a database.


Skills Required

Candidate will need to possess basic Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign software skills for reformatting of articles and photos. Strong organizational skills are also required for the categorization of items. Ability to work independently and to tailor creative work as requested will also be required.


Skills Preferred

Experience organizing information and working with an online database is preferred. Those with proven attention to detail, and time-management skills will be given preference. We are seeking a candidate who is reliable, professional, possesses good communication skills, can follow directions, and is committed to completing tasks in a timely manner.


To Apply Contact:Lisa Templar
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailljtasp@rit.eduDepartmentGolisano Institute for Sustainability
Job Number780513

Welcome Center Attendant

Wage$9.70DaysSunday-Saturday
Hours a Week8-12HoursVaries (Early morning/Late Nig
Start DateAugust 2017Post Date2/24/2017

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Position Summary

*** THIS POSITION MAY INCLUDE LATE NIGHTS, EARLY MORNINGS, AND WEEKENDS. TO BE CONSIDERED, YOU MUST SUBMIT A COVER LETTER, RESUME, AND THREE PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES(NAME, TITLE AND EMAIL), FROM RIT OR HIGH SCHOOL. THIS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED TO THE ATTENTION OF SYDNEY HERRING AT THE EMAIL BELOW*** This position is responsible for the safety and security primarily of the Campus Center and the Student Alumni Union. The student employees have responsibility for making sure the building and meeting rooms are open on each morning and secured at the end of their closing shift. In addition they are customer service representatives for the institute, the division of Student Affairs and the Center for Campus Life. They guide faculty/staff/students and guests effectively to events and office on campus. They are further responsible for assisting meeting room users with the technology we have in all our meeting rooms in both buildings.


Essential Functions

Provide security primarily to the Campus Center and the Student Alumni Union as well as Monroe Hall each evening Responsible for the building sub masters for both primary buildings to assist authorized Manage the Lost and Found system which involves processing expensive and very valuable items and contacting Public Safety for item pick-up when appropriate Report security problems to Public Safety and building problems to Facility Management Services Provide assistance with technology and room set-up for those using meeting spaces Desk responsibilities include: Distribution and explanation of bus schedules Location of faculty/staff and department phone numbers Locating campus activities and provides directions and services Assisting with taxi cabs and downtown activities and attractions Assisting with general institute information


Non-Essential Function

Sign language knowledge desired, but not required. The front desk uses Ubi Duo, this is a typing communication device to use with deaf and hard of hearing guests.


Skills Required

Dependable, trustworthy and able to work without direct supervision after training. Highly motivated, service oriented person who wants to help others. Resourceful and willing to go the extra mile to assist people with their needs. Knowledge of the RIT departments, student organizations and campus locations (usually requires a student who is not in their first year). Ability to multitask Pleasant personally and demonstrates good judgment. Effective verbal and written communication skills.


To Apply Contact:Carol Reed
PhoneNot AvailableTTY
Emailswcaccl@rit.eduDepartmentCampus Life
Job Number374302

Groundskeeper Assistant - Off-Campus Properties

Wage$10.00DaysMon - Fri
Hours a Week20, 40 SummerHoursBetween 8am-5pm
Start DateASAPPost Date2/23/2017

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Position Summary

Work with the FMS personnel maintaining off campus properties


Essential Functions

Work in a park-like setting mowing lawns, mulching shrub and flower beds, pruning trees, hand watering, raking, shoveling, and pool maintenance. Use power weed trimmers, lawn mowers, tillers, and hand power tools in a safe manner. Assist Caretaker in the installation and removal of seasonal equipment such as screens and windows. Drive RIT vehicles to campus and stores on various errands as needed. Perform necessary tasks in support of special events held at the residence, such as setting up tables and chairs or putting up signage


Skills Required

Independent worker able to follow instructions accurately. Valid driverís license and dependable transportation required - All verbal or written employment offers will be contingent upon completion and clearance of a criminal and/or Motor Vehicle background check. Able to use power equipment safely Ė training provided


Skills Preferred

Groundskeeper and Maintenance background or experience


To Apply Contact:Monica Thompson
PhoneNot AvailableTTYNot Available
Emailmrtfms@rit.eduDepartmentFacilities Management Services
Job Number187501