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The following departments have notified us of open positions within their office. If you wish to apply for one these positions, complete the Student Employment Application and submit as directed in the posting.

Learning Disabilities Peer Academic Skills SupervisorAcademic Skills Department
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
Provide services and information to students seeking assistance in developing course-specific study skills and techniques, especially those with documented learning disabilities.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

1. Provide assistance to students with learning disabilities in study skills, time management, critical thinking, critical reading, and select disciplines (i.e. calculus, chemistry, biology, economics, etc.) using Academic Skills Center resources in tutorials.

2. Plan tutoring sessions prior to all meetings by being well-informed of the subject matter covered in relevant classes and appropriate academic skills background materials.

3. Assist students in acquiring the skills, techniques, concepts, and the confidence they need to learn and succeed on their own.

4. Collaborate with faculty relative to academic problems of students.

5. Assist in training of new tutors, as needed.

6. Compile information on innovative academic support programs and services.

7. Submit tutor reports via Database Reporting system upon the completion of tutoring sessions.

8. Conduct research, as needed.

9. Provide information to students about the services offered by the Academic Skills Center and its related programs.

10. Respond to correspondence and phone calls in a timely manner.

11. Perform other duties, as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduate or fourth-year undergraduate status at the University; 3.0 cumulative grade point average (as a graduate student at the University or during undergraduate career); strong interpersonal communication skills; ability to handle and maintain confidentiality of students; can demonstrate patience and willingness to try new approaches to learning subject material in a non-judgmental fashion; sensitivity in working with students from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds; and able to work 8 to 25 hours per month.

Contact to Apply:
Name: Roger "Mac" Mancastroppa
Email: rmancast@richmond.edu
Phone: 804-289-8956

Department:
Academic Skills Center

Student Employment Program:
Federal Work Study (FWS), University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
$11.00/hr

Sports Medicine Athletic Training AideAthletics
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The Sports Medicine Department is accepting applications for students to assist with the prevention of injuries, including heat illness, throughout the fall and spring Football / Men’s Lacrosse seasons. We are seeking motivated, professional, dependable individuals with a strong work ethic. Day to day duties will vary depending on needs.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Assist the Athletic Trainers on duty with the set-up and breakdown of fall and spring Football / M. Lacrosse practices and games, including minimal manual labor; Assist a position coach during practice with rehydration of players. Fall hours for Football would approximately be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 2pm-6:30pm; Home game day times will vary during the Fall; Spring hours would be approximately Tuesday, Thursday from 3:30-7pm and Saturday 10-1pm. Mens Lacrosse hours are 1-4 pm M-F in the Fall. Spring practice times are to be determined.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A desire to be involved with the Richmond Spider Athletics. Applicants should be able to move athletic equipment with assistance when necessary. The position requires a commitment of 3-4 hours per day and 3-4 days. Hours will vary depending on needs for the week.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Marc Warchol
   Email:   mwarchol@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8001

Department:
   Athletics- Sports Medicine

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   Level 1

Athletics Student VideographerAthletics
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Athletics Student Videographers will play an integral part in the success of the Richmond Spiders athletics teams by providing video support for all football practices and games as well as the home contests of other University sports. Students will assist the Video Coordinator in completing video related tasks for the Athletic Department with a concentration in Football

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   -Assist the Video Coordinator in completing video related tasks for the Athletic Department.Including filming/editing practice and game film for football, basektball, soccer, and lacrosse.
   
   Assist in recording practices and games for Football.
    Football Practice Times
    - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 4:30pm
   Travel to away football contests to film games for coaching/highlight purposes.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Strong organizational skills and an ability and desire to follow directions are the only true requirements. No prior experience with video or athletics is required, although any experience is welcomed.
   Scheduling is flexible, but afternoon availability (4:00pm Tues/Wed/Thur) in the fall is preferred.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   John Srofe
   Email:   jsrofe@richmond.edu
   Phone:   513-365-4697

Department:
   Athletics Video

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   $8.30

BML Visual Resources Student AssistantBML Outreach Services
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Assists with daily collections management, scanning and digitizing of materials for inclusion in teaching image collection and images as needed by faculty and staff. Perform image research to find pre-existing images as well as the best source possible for new images. Create original metadata in Shared Shelf database for new images. Must be able to work between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm a minimum of 5 hours, but preferably 10 hours per week.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Research image requests to avoid duplication and find best sources for new images
   • Research existing image to provide complete metadata
   • Scan images and clean-up and resize images according to image collections standards using Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, and EPSON scanning software
   • Create digital images using flatbed scanner
   • Save and back up files
   • Perform periodic quality assurance tasks
   • Upload new images to teaching collection database - Shared Shelf
   • Create original metadata descriptions of new images in Shared Shelf using authority vocabularies and information from source materials – additional research may be required
   • Keep record of activities and submit to project supervisor
   • Other duties as assigned
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   • Interest in digital imaging/photography and experience with Adobe Photoshop required
   • Some knowledge of libraries preferred
   • Knowledge of Art and Art History required
   • Attention to detail and high degree of accuracy
   • Ability to perform moderately complex tasks requiring training
   • Moderate to high decision-making ability and ability to work independently
   • Ability to work independently
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Jeannine Keefer
   Email:   jkeefer@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8275

Department:
   BML Outreach Services

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   9.30

Catering On-Call Banquet ServerUniversity Work Program (UWP)CateringSummer 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

The Banquet Server works as part of the Catering Department team, and directly under the supervision of the Catering Managers and Banquet Captain. Banquet Servers work at catered events on the University of Richmond campus, providing courteous service of food and beverages to the University faculty and staff and their guests, and to off- campus clients being attentive to their needs. Banquet Servers assist in all set-ups, clearing, restocking and break down of events. Interacts with all levels, to include Trustees, University President, VPs, department heads, faculty, staff, students and off-premise clients.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Responsible for set-up, clean up, breakdown, and organization of kitchen, dining room, and storage room areas.
  • Responsible for assisting in all aspects of set-up and service at various catered events on the University of Richmond campus.
  • Must have basic food safety knowledge.
  • Must be able to carry food trays up to 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to operate various equipment safely (ex: Coffee Machines, Dishwashers).
  • Must be responsible and trustworthy.
  • Must be self-motivated, pro-active, and able to work independently.
  • Must maintain a high standard of personal hygiene and appearance.
  • Must wear a clean black and white uniform (standard to the industry).
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours, including nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate verbally, and possess a polite and well-mannered disposition.
  • Must be able to lift and carry heavy items up to 50 lbs. (Ex: Linen, Trash, Supplies).
  • Must be able to bend, lift and stoop frequently (Ex: serving trays with food)
  • Must be able to stand on feet for long periods of time.
  • May be asked to perform other duties as needed.
  • Must be able to follow instructions well.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Ability to follow instructions well.
  2. Previous banquet, catering, and/or restaurant wait staff experience necessary.
  3. Previous catering event experience preferred.

Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2017 for Service Staff and Kitchen Support.

We can offer flexible scheduling, free shift meals, and the opportunity to take part in helping put on high profile University events.


Contact

Send application to:

Zach Henderson

zhenders@richmond.edu

484-1443

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

CCE Community Partner Assistant (multiple positions available)Center for Civic Engagement
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) offers a Community Work-Study program that enables students to earn their Federal Work-Study (FWS) award by engaging with a non-profit or government organization in the Richmond region, both learning from and assisting community members in a variety of work. This program is open to all students who are FWS eligible. Students may choose from a variety of job opportunities, including (but not limited to) mentoring youth in a variety of settings, supporting patient intake at free medical clinics, serving as a classroom aide in a school, and leading nutrition and health education programs. Interested students may explore civic engagement opportunities using an interactive map of community partners and must register online by September 20th, indicating their interest in getting paid for their service through Federal Work-Study. A student employment application is not required.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Duties: Duties will vary, depending upon the needs of the organization. Further details are available by exploring civic engagement partner information on our interactive map or by consulting a CCE advisor during drop-in advising hours (2-4 p.m., Monday through Friday).
   Pre-requisites: Students must arrange for transportation, complete and submit any required paperwork, attend any required orientation meetings, and complete a brief Community Work-Study training session prior to starting work.
   Work Schedule: After completing pre-requisites, students will commit to an agreed-upon work schedule with the organization for a minimum of two (2) hours per week throughout the current academic term and must agree to proactively communicate any changes in this schedule with the community organization. Students also agree to submit hours by the payroll deadline every two weeks; failure to do so will result in termination of the position.
   Professionalism: Students will represent the University by maintaining professional working relationships and dressing appropriately while at the partner organization. Students will comply with federal requirements as outlined in the FWS section of the Student Employment Handbook
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Strong interest in civic and/or social justice issues. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work cooperatively with students, staff, and community members. Flexibility to task. A desire to learn from and work in diverse settings.

To Apply:
   Complete the online registration form.
   For questions only contact Christine Most 
   Email:   cmost@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-484-1601

All students who wish to participate in the CCE’s Community Work-Study program must complete a brief, mandatory training session where they will learn how to get paid for community service with a participating off-campus organization.  Students who indicate that they wish to use their Federal Work-Study award to get paid for community service during the volunteer registration process will receive an email notification from Christine Most explaining how to sign up for training.  Upon completion of the training session, you will be hired as a CCE Community Partner Assistant and your Bannerweb time sheet will be activated.


Department:
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (THC 201)

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30/hr

Chaplaincy Student AssistantChaplaincy
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   To provide general support for the Office of the Chaplaincy and to assist with the planning and implementation of events and services.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
   • Perform routine and repetitive departmental tasks including making copies, scanning documents, assembling mailings, hanging posters, creating nametags, posting directional signs
   • Assist with set up, and take-down for Chaplaincy services and programs.
   • Assist with on-campus errands and projects.
   • Assist with promotion and publicity of Chaplaincy programming by designing and posting flyers, invitations, e-mails, signs, and information sheets.
   • Provide excellent customer service to Chaplaincy staff and visitors to the office
   • Maintain organization and cleanliness in areas of employment
   • Other duties as assigned.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Qualifications include:
   • Previous engagement with Chaplaincy programming and events preferred.
   • Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the diversity of faith traditions
   • Must have the ability to handle confidential information and situations in a discrete manner.
   • Must possess strong typing skills, proficiency with computers and MS office programs.
   • Must possess good customer service skills (phone, email, and in-person).
   • Should have good problem-solving and decision –making skills and the ability to work independently and meet deadlines as assigned.
   • Attention to detail and high level of organization
   • Ability to balance and prioritize a high volume of departmental tasks with customer service-related work
   • Possess effective communication skills
   • Ability to work 5 hours maximum per week.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Bryn Bagby Taylor
   Email:   bryn.taylor@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8630

Department:
   Office of the Chaplaincy

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   8.00/hr

Commencement Student AssistantEvents Conferences & Support Services
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   This position reports directly to the Event Manager and performs a variety of duties in support of all Commencement activities and Events, Conferences, and Support Services daily operations, thereby maximizing the effectiveness of his/her time, involvement, and development in the department.
   
   The Events, Conferences, and Support Services office seeks to employ a student who exhibits strong initiative, excellent decision-making, and superior critical thinking skills. This student must also possess the ability to provide remarkable customer service and work both independently and as part of a team at times without direct supervision.
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Perform routine clerical functions including typing, filing, copying, scanning, mail and answering multiline telephone system. Strong attention to detail is important.
   2. Distribute keys and send reminders to clients when keys have not been returned
   3. Review documents for grammatical and syntactical errors
   4. Organize and maintain supplies and equipment
   5. Assist with planning and executing Commencement Ticket Pickup weekend to include but not limited to: planning, printing tickets, printing and displaying signage, communicating pertinent information to the necessary stakeholders
   6. Assist with planning and executing Graduation Fair to include but not limited to: planning, printing and displaying signage, communicating pertinent information to the necessary stakeholders (vendors, campus departments, etc.), crowd control.
   7. Perform other duties as assigned by Events, Conferences, and Support Services
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Be enrolled at the University of Richmond
   2. Be in good judicial and academic standing
   3. Must be able to work independently in the absence of the Event Manager
   4. Have a demonstrated strong work ethic and the ability to take initiative
   5. Ability to meet deadlines and the ability to ask for help when needed
   6. Have a comprehensive knowledge of campus, location of facilities, and the location of points of interest
   7. Have strong interpersonal skills; written and verbal communication
   8. Valid driving record
   9. Knowledge of MS Office computer applications, Google applications, and the ability and desire to learn other computer systems
   
   SCHEDULE:
   
   The Events, Conferences, and Support Services Office is open Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. This position will work up to 10 hours a week during the Fall semester and up to 15 hours a week during the Spring semester. Following the end of the Spring semester, the schedule will be as needed up to 40 hours per week, with an emphasis on May 6-13. Candidate will be expected to work Grad Fair April 23-25 and Commencement Weekend, May 11-13.  
    

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Alicia Engels
   Email:   aengels@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8172

Department:
   Events, Conferences and Support Services

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   $8.30-11.05

Digital Communications Project AssistantUniversity Communications
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Student will work closely with the Division of University Communications in producing and managing a variety of digital and print communications. The student’s primary focus will be with the Digital Engagement group, which oversees the University’s social media, Spider Pride, and websites. The student will write/edit/proofread copy, assist in the maintenance of the University’s websites, help with market research, assist with administrative tasks, contribute to the University’s social media, and more. Mac experience is helpful. This job requires strict attention to detail. Student must be reliable and establish a work schedule.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Write, edit, and proofread a variety of web and print communications
   
   2. Assist in producing and managing the University’s web content
   
   3. Assist with social media market research, particularly in representing the student voice
   
   4. Assist with social media content planning, idea generation, and event coverage
   
   5. Assist with administrative tasks as assigned
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Student must be creative, reliable, detail-oriented, and have strong grammar, proofreading, and editing skills. Prefer experience in social media, writing for the web, journalism, and/or other writing experience.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Ashley Bentley
   Email:   abentley@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8241

Department:
   University Communications

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   $8.80 - $10.50/hour

Content Curator - New American History (Bunkhistory.org)IS - Digital Scholarship Lab
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   BUNK is a new public history platform that sets out to highlight the interconnections within a vast archive of American history-related content. The majority of that content is curated from a wide array of popular media and scholarly sources. We rely on our team of content curators for assistance in selecting content for the archive, and most critically, for preparing that content for addition to our database. Ideal candidates for the position, therefore, will be able to efficiently digest large amounts of written material and identify key ideas and themes therein.
   
   The position will involve 6-10 hours of work per week. Bunk is based at Boatwright Library, and while we expect our team members to perform a portion of their weekly work at our project headquarters, the remainder of the weekly work can be carried out remotely.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Research and identify content well-suited for inclusion in the Bunk archive
   2. Generate a comprehensive set of descriptive tags for each piece of approved content
   3. Assist with social media-based outreach and promotional efforts
   4. Assist with various administrative and research tasks.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Candidates should have an active interest in the study of American history. Preference will be given to those who have completed significant coursework in this area, and who are active consumers of news media. Successful candidates will also be detail-oriented, and feel confident in their ability to digest large amounts of material and efficiently summarize key ideas and themes.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Tony Field
   Email:   afield@richmond.edu
   Phone:   917-607-1053

Department:
   Digital Scholarship Lab, Information Services

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   9.50

EHS Student AssistantEnvironmental Health and Safety
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Assist Faculty and Staff in the Arts and Sciences (Chemistry, Biology, and Physics) to correct safety deficiencies found in studios and research and teaching laboratories

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Label secondary chemical containers with appropriate labeling. Assist in maintaining chemical inventories.
   
   2. Conduct periodic inspections of safety equipment (eyewashes, chemical fume hoods, etc.).
   3. Assist researchers in preparation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
   
   4. Conduct safety inspections within laboratories and studio using checklists.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Strong science background and familiarity with laboratory environments.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Mike Miller
   Email:   mmiller3@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8721

Department:
   Public Safety/Environmental Health & Safety

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   9.30

Graduate Tutor SupervisorAcademic Skills Department
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
    Provides assistance coordinating the undergraduate Peer Academic Skills Tutoring program through the Academic Skills Center.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Supervises Peer Academic Skills Tutors and general operation of Academic Skills Center when full-time staff is not working. Directs work of Peer Tutors and Peer Tutor Supervisors and supports them in carrying out the tasks assigned to the Peer Academic Skills Tutoring Program.
   2. Solves problems and handles complaints within prescribed areas of authority.
   3. Assists the staff in occasionally conducting campus workshops, and provides support for evaluation of tutoring staff.
   4. Collaborates with faculty relative to academic problems of students.
   5. Assists in the training of new tutors.
   6. Tutors students in study skills, LD, FYS, and select disciplines (e.g., calculus, chemistry, logic, biology, French, etc.).
   7. Submits typed tutor evaluative reports on all sessions once a week.
   8. Provides services and information to clients seeking assistance and refers to professional staff as needed.
   9. Supervises opening and closing of Academic Skills Center.
   10. Handles problems that arise during shift and takes appropriate action.
   11. Attends monthly meetings and responds to correspondence and phone calls in a timely manner.
   12. Maintains communication with Director and Associate Director.
   13. Cooperates with staff in performing other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Graduate status at the University (1st or 2nd year graduate students preferred); 3.0 cumulative grade point average preferred; sensitivity in working with students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds; supervisory experience helpful; able to work 40-60 hours per month.
   
Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Roger "Mac" Mancastroppa
   Email:   rmancast@richmond.edu
   Phone:   8042898956

Department:
   Academic Skills Center

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) & University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
    $11/hr

Lou's Cafe Assistant - Fall 2017University Work Program (UWP)Passport CafeFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

To assist in basic functions that pertain to daily operations of Lou's Café.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Using a touch screen register and handling cash accurately and efficiently
  • Taking orders accurately and efficiently
  • Packaging goods for sale
  • Making espresso and coffee drinks to order
  • Maintain the cleanliness and organization of all seating, retail and service areas
  • Stocking and organizing retail using First In First Out system
  • Minor food preparation
  • Any other tasks requested by the Chef/Manager/s, or Student Sous-Chef

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Previous experience making coffee or espresso drinks preferred
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Provide excellent customer service while working fast and efficiently
  • Willingness to learn new skills and a passion for quality food.
Contact

Send application to:

Amanda Boyd
aboyd@richmond.edu
287-1771

Pay Rate
$8.30/hour
Department
Lou's Cafe
Phonathon CallerUniversity Work Program (UWP)Office of Annual GivingSummer 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

As a Phonathon Caller, your principal responsibility is to represent the case for charitable gifts to the University of Richmond through phone calls to alumni, parents and friends of the University. In this role, you will represent UR by educating our donor base about the importance of annual support, updating them on campus news and encouraging them to make a gift. This will require you to develop an in-depth understanding of the University and its external constituents. You will be expected to act professionally at all times while creating a strong relationship between the University and its donors. Throughout the semester you will receive training and guidance to further your development as an effective Phonathon Caller. In addition to raising financial support for the University, each caller will gain a deeper understanding of the University, learn valuable communication and negotiation skills, understand what motivates people to support charitable causes, and experience valuable interactions with Richmond alumni, parents and friends. This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  1. Responsible for calling a minimum of two sessions per week. Each session is three hours long.
  2. Arrive to each calling shift on time with a positive attitude.
  3. Participate in ongoing training and coaching that will help you to gain a deeper understanding of the University and the Annual Fund, as well as learning successful solicitation strategies and Phonathon procedures.
  4. Using detailed scripts and calling segments, call alumni, parents and friends to request gifts to the Annual Fund.
  5. Work with other callers in a team-oriented environment.
  6. Handle personal information with discretion and confidentiality.
  7. Have Fun!

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A current student of the University of Richmond and in good academic standing
  2. Must not be receiving a Federal Work Study Award
  3. Excellent spoken and written English
  4. Thorough knowledge of the University
  5. Reliable and dedicated
  6. Confident and friendly disposition
  7. Strong communication and negotiation skills
  8. A positive attitude and a willingness to talk with alumni, parents and friends of the University.
Contact

Submit Phonathon Specific Application to:

Kathryn Kumar
(804) 287-6078
URstudentcalling@gmail.com

Department

Office of Annual Giving

Pay Rate

$9.30/hour


 

Recreation and Wellness PositionsUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)Recreation and WellnessSummer 2017; Fall 2017
Description

Various positions available.  Please visit the Recreation and Wellness website for more information.

Contact

Jennifer McLeod
(804) 287-6464
jmcleod@richmond.edu

Pay Rate

$8.30 to $11.05 / hour

Department
Recreation and Wellness
Technical Assistant to Swim CoachFederal Work Study (FWS)AthleticsFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   This position will help prepare and tear-down various technological devices for training sessions.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   This position will work with, but is not limited to, an underwater video system, an underwater light systems, and more. At no point will the employee be required to get in the swimming pool.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A basic understanding of AV equipment, computers, and the sport of swimming. Abundant patience, respect, and responsibility.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Matt Barany
   Email:   mbarany@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8750

Department:
   Athletics

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) 

Pay Rate:
    $8.30/hr 

WebstUR - MascotUniversity Work Program (UWP)AthleticsFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

This position will serve as WebstUR, the Richmond Spiders Mascot, at all home football and basketball games as well as select campus and community events.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

The position will be required to perform as WebstUR at games as well as campus and community events.   Interact with fans, specifically children to enhance their game day experience with Richmond Athletics. Serve as an ambassador for Richmond Athletics within the campus and local community.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates should be energetic, spirited and hard working. Must be punctual and responsible. Requires working nights and weekends. 

Department

Athletics

Contact

Send application to:

Taylor Blakely
tblakely@richmond.edu    
289-8518

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student AssistantWomen, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Perform duties, as assigned by the WGSS Administrative Coordinator. These duties will include tasks and projects related to events and classes which take place during the academic year. Because of responsibilities house within the program, duties may be assigned relative to the Program Coordinator, Dr. Mari Lee Mifsud, and the WGSS Stephanie Bennett-Smith Chair, Dr. Ladelle McWhorter

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Assist Dr. Del McWhorter with conference preparation both in the fall and spring semester (particularly Mar 22-24)
    Assist WGSS administrative coordinator with general office duties including mailings, photocopying, scanning, and filing
   • Assist with WGSS events and publications, such as creating & preparing flyers, e-communications, etc. as well as assist in distribution of promotional materials.
   • Complete special projects as assigned by WGSS faculty and staff
   • Run errands to the post office, print shop, and other campus offices including UR Downtown
   
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   • Computer Skills, specifically Microsoft Word and Excel
   • Excellent organization skill and ability to prioritize projects and work under tight deadlines
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Nancy Propst
   Email:   nancy.propst@richmond.edu
   Phone:   x6693

Department:
   WGSS

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   8.45

Students: Fill Out an Application

Each department hires their own student employees directly, so you will need to submit an application to each department for which you have an interest in working.