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Last updated July 20, 2017

Dean's Den - Student ManagerUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)Dean's DenFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

   As a student manager, you are required to follow all policies and procedures stated in the student employee manual and standard operating procedures manual. Provides a good example in regards to cleanliness, customer service and product quality. Serves as a good role model for other student employees.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

   1. Help with training of new employees.

   2. Help reinforce dress code and all other policies.

   3. Handle all transactions accurately and efficiently.

   4. Keep student employees motivated and busy.

   5. Handle all problem customers and employees with friendliness and respect, and try to find a workable solution to problems.

   6. Help with ordering, putting away orders and inventory.

   7. Stocks sales floor, fridge/s and freezer/s

   8. Help get shifts covered if someone calls out sick while at work. Must be able to be scheduled in an ON CALL status for severe weather or emergencies.

   9. Helps open/close store, reconciles cash deposits and manages opening/closing procedures when an off campus employee is not present.

   10. Does other misc. projects as assigned by multi unit manager.

QUALIFICATIONS:

   Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Must be able to work productively with little to no supervision. Must have been an ETC cashier for at least a semester (or 4 months total). Must be flexible to cover shifts and keep in good communication w management. Must be a good leader, Have a good attitude, and make quality decisions quickly.

Contact

Send application to:

Eliot Cleveland
eclevela@richmond.edu
287-6514

Department

Dining Services-Dean's Den

Pay Rate
$9.10/hour
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
Tylers - Smoothie EngineerUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)TylersFall 2017
Description

Job Summary
   Team player that makes perfect smoothies for each and ever customer as ordered .
   Effective Team member that will assist as needed.
   2-5 hours Various evening shifts available
   Sunday through Friday
   Closed Saturday's   

Specific Duties  
   To make smoothies as ordered.
   Clean and restock area,
   Keep ice full.
   Follow all recipes exactly as written

Qualifications
   Positive attitude,
   Neat appearance
   Great customer service skills
   Fast friendly service .
   Need for speed.

Contact

Send application to:

David Kelly
Email   dkelly2@richmond.edu
Phone   289-8509. 

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

Department
Tylers
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

A&S Communications Student Marketing AssociateFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)School of Arts & Sciences, Deans's OfficeFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

University Communications is seeking a student marketing associate for 10 hours per week to help promote the School of Arts and Sciences. The position will expose a student to both internal and external communications, and give him or her the opportunity to design and develop promotional materials that will be disseminated to the campus community and beyond. This position requires strict attention to detail and the student must be reliable and establish a work schedule. The job is well suited for students interested in pursuing a career in communications, visual and media arts, or marketing.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

The student marketing associate will design, produce and distribute promotional materials such as digital fliers, event posters, postcards and invitations for A&S. In addition, the student will assist the communications team in promoting the School of Arts and Sciences both to on-campus and community audiences through digital channels including the school’s web and social media presence and local media calendars. The student will also provide support for planning and executing the A&S Student Symposium in the spring. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

This position requires a reliable, motivated, and creative thinker who will maintain a consistent work schedule. Attention to detail is a must. Experience in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign are highly desirable and strong writing, proofreading, and photography skills are a plus. All majors with the desired skills will be considered, but the position is well suited for communication studies, marketing, and visual media and art majors with an interest in graphic design. 

Contact

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Lindsey Campbell at lcampbe4@richmond.edu. Please include the times you are able to work with your application.

Pay Rate

$8.80/hour

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

JOB SUMMARY:

To assist in basic functions that pertain to daily operations of Passports 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.

We're looking for student employees with the following availability for Fall 2017:

Monday - Saturday, preferably 3-4 hours per shift.  Mornings 7:30am-11am; lunch 11am to 3pm; and closing 3pm-7pm.

Contact

Send application to:

Karen Kourkoulis
kkourkou@richmond.edu
287-1877

Pay Rate
$8.30/hour
Department
The Passport Cafe
Visitor Services & Museum AttendantUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)University MuseumsFall 2017; Spring 2018
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Provide visitor services and security of exhibitions on view while museum is open to the public. Deliver accurate information to visitors about exhibitions and events in the Museums as well as other cultural events taking place on campus. Museum Attendants serve as the first point of contact between patrons and the University Museums.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Greet and engage in discussion with visitors to the museums; Monitor security of all artworks and/or objects on display as well as visitors; Attend mandatory monthly trainings to acquire a basic understanding of temporary exhibitions, and the permanent collection; Share Museums newsletters and flyers with visitors; Maintain the visitation log; Read weekly emails from supervisors and respond as needed; Assist with evening receptions, ushering for lectures, and other visitor services during assigned hours; Assist with administrative tasks as needed.

EXPECTATIONS:

  • Students must be available to work 4 to 6 hours per week. Available shifts are Sunday through Friday, 1 to 3 p.m., or 3 to 5 p.m.
  • Work Schedule: The work schedule is a semester-long schedule. Students will commit to an agreed-upon schedule, and will proactively communicate any changes in this schedule with the supervisor(s).
    • If you cannot work a shift, you must allow sufficient time to find another attendant to work for you.
  • Orientation & Monthly Training: orientation and monthly training sessions are mandatory. Several day(s)/time(s) will be available per training to accommodate student schedules.
  • Professionalism and Vivaciousness: Students serve as the first point of contact between visitors to the Museums, therefore, must represent the University by maintaining a high standard of professionalism and a cheerful disposition at all times.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Federal Work Study (FWS) award strongly preferred
  2. An appreciation of the visual arts is required
  3. Sociable and professional personality and excellent oral communication skills
  4. Dependable, good communicator, and prompt
  5. Capable of upholding expectations independently in quiet space for two hour increments
Contact

Send application to:

Katreena Clark
kclark@richmond.edu
287-6424

Department

University Museums

Pay Rate
$8.30/hour
CCE UR Downtown Student Operations ManagerFederal Work Study (FWS)Center for Civic Engagement at UR DowntownFall 2017
Description

DEPARTMENT:

UR Downtown (University of Richmond Downtown) Off-Campus, 626 E. Broad Street, Suite 100

EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM:

A Federal Work Study award is mandatory. (Law students: if you were not awarded FWS and would like to be considered for it, please contact Financial Aid (jcurtis2@richmond.edu) to see if it can be added to your financial aid package.)

SUPERVISORS:

Ebony Kirkland, UR Downtown Coordinator Tara Casey, Director, Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service

CONTACT INFO:

Please complete the UR Downtown Night & Weekend Operations Manager application form. If you have questions, please email Ebony Kirkland or call (804) 955-4010.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Night & Weekend Operations Manager provides event staff support at special events and meetings held at UR Downtown, oversees the space, and assists with event breakdown/set-up as needed. Evenings and weekends are required. Additional support will be expected for the Carrico Center, maintaining the pro bono partner commitments through the summer and planning for the upcoming year of Carrico Center programming. Flexible hours, with weekly inperson meetings required.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Position is off-campus. All duties will be performed at UR Downtown.
  • Applicants must be a law student; 2L/3L candidates only.
  • Night & Weekend Operations Manager is expected to work 5-15 hours a week.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Provides event staff support for evening and weekend events at UR Downtown.
  • Manages the space during events.  Assists with event breakdown/set-up as needed.
  • Provides program support and leadership to one or more of the Carrico Pro Bono Center programs.
  • Communicates with Carrico Center program partners and other community organizations.
  • Other duties assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Dependable, trustworthy, and professional demeanor
  • Ability to work cooperatively and in a leadership role with students, staff, faculty, and community members
  • Excellent communication skills and organizational skills
  • Knowledge/interest of legal and social justice issues.
  • Ability to exercise discretion in a confidential work environment.
  • Advanced legal research skills and analytical abilities necessary to interpret complex information and create recommendations for program development or modifications.
Contact

Send application to:

Ebony Kirkland
(804) 955-4010 
ekirkland@richmond.edu

Pay Rate
$11.05/hour
OACS Peer AdvisorUniversity Work Program (UWP)Office of Alumni & Career Services (OACS) Fall 2017;
Description

JOB SUMMARY: 

As a Peer Advisor for Career Services you need to be available two or more days a week between the hours of 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Monday-Friday and an additional one hour block between the hours of 8:30 am-5:00 pm (preferably in the morning) for project work Additional hours will include staff meetings (one hour per week in the fall, one hour every other week in the spring), trainings, and evening/weekend workshop facilitation (4-5 one hour workshops per semester) with prior notification.  Peer Advisors are expected to work 6-10 hours a week. 

 The position is only open to undergraduates at the University of Richmond. Preference will be given to current freshmen and sophomores, however juniors are still welcome to apply.

 Being a Peer Advisor in Career Services will give you the opportunity to serve as a leader among your peers on campus, assist and teach other students, the chance to work professionally with the Career Services staff, gain first-hand knowledge of Career Services’ connections and resources, as well as a great experience to put on your résumé.

 SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Advise students on résumés, cover letters, and other career documents
  • Be knowledgeable of Career Services resources in order to connect students to the office
  • Attend regular training sessions and weekly team meetings throughout the semester
  • Advise students abroad on resumes & cover letters via email
  • Review resumes for classes
  • Present workshops to students groups/residence halls when requested
  • Facilitate general skills workshops on Resumes & Cover Letters, Interviewing, Internship Searching, and Professional Communication
  • Staff signature Career Services’ events like Spider Career Expo
  • Serve as an ambassador to Career Services and the University of Richmond
  • Other duties as assigned

 JOB QUALIFICATIONS

  • Be in good judicial and academic standing
  • Ability to meet deadlines and the ability to ask for help when needed
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Knowledge of MS Word
  • Ability to effectively present and teach content to a large group
  • Effective time management, attention to detail, and a demonstrated strong work ethic
  • Outstanding initiative, motivation, and problem solving skills
  • Superb team player who is flexible and adaptable
  • Be able to demonstrate care and concern for students of all backgrounds and interests and exhibit professionalism

 

TRAINING

You must be available for training Friday, August 25 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (breakfast and lunch provided). This is the Friday before fall semester classes begin. If selected, you will need to request permission to move back onto campus on Thursday, August 24. Attendance at this training sessions is mandatory. In addition, training will continue through the month of September before you begin advising students, more information about this will be shared in the interview process.

 

 TIMELINE

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are submitted and candidates will be asked to come in to interview throughout February and March. However, offers will not be extended until April 10 after candidates are able to share their fall 2017 class schedule.

 March 31: Application deadline

April 10: Offers extended

August 24: Come back to campus

August 25: Fall training 8:30 am – 5:00 pm; team bonding & dinner 5:30 – 8:00pm

August 28: Regular work hours begin

*Please note this opportunity is also posted in Career Services’ SpiderConnect database. You may either apply by sending materials directly to Anna Young OR through SpiderConnect.

To apply, submit

  1. The student employment application located online at http://studentjobs.richmond.edu/opportunities/pdfs/onlineapprevd.pdf with anticipated FALL 2017 schedule. If you are applying before the fall class schedule is released, you will need to submit this information when it becomes available.
  2. A resume
  3. A cover letter which addresses why you want to be a Peer Advisor and how your past experience(s) will help you to succeed in this position.

 

All application materials should be submitted to Anna Young (ayoung5@richmond.edu). Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Department

Office of Alumni & Career Services (OACS)

Contact

To apply, submit:

1.    Student employment application with anticipated FALL schedule
2.    Resume
3.    Cover letter that addresses why you want to be a Peer Advisor and how your past experience(s) will help you to succeed in this position

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.  All application materials should be submitted to:

Anna Young
ayoung5@richmond.edu

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Pay Rate

$9.30/hour

Education Student AssistantUniversity Work Program (UWP)EducationSummer 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:          

Assist department's faculty and staff with various office tasks.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

1.          Routine clerical duties:  Xeroxing, collating and stapling, typing, addressing and stuffing envelopes, answering phones, taking messages, filing.

2.          Inventory office supplies.

3.          Run errands on campus.

 QUALIFICATIONS: 

Dependable, punctual, able to work with different faculty members, able to understand tasks and carry them out independently, willing to perform routine clerical tasks. Computer skills in word processing and data bases needed.

Contact

Send application to:
 
Liza Carpenter
lcarpent@richmond.edu
(804) 289-8428

Department

Education

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour (plus $2.00 per hour summer increase)

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.

Now accepting applications for new phonathon callers who can work through May 31,2017. The Phonathon is closed during the months of June and July.

Contact

Submit Phonathon Specific Application to:

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

Department

Office of Annual Giving

Pay Rate

$9.30/hour (plus $2.00 summer bump up for hours worked 5/7/17 - 8/26/17). 


 

Sports Medicine Athletic Training AideUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)Athletics-Sports MedicineFall 2017
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 and season. 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 practices and games, including minimal manual labor; Fall hours 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; Assist a football position coach during practice with rehydration of players.

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.

Department

Athletics-Sports Medicine

Contact

Send application to:

Ken Marsaglia
kmarsagl@richmond.edu    
287-6476

Pay Rate

$8.30/hr

A&S Communications Student AssociateFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)School of Arts & Sciences, Deans's OfficeFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY: The University Communications office is seeking a student associate for 10 hours per week to help promote the School of Arts and Sciences. The position will expose a student to internal and external communications, and give him or her the opportunity to write and edit materials that will be disseminated to the campus community and beyond. The position is well suited for students interested in pursuing a career in public relations, journalism, or another communications-related field.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

The communications student associate will research and write web feature stories, press releases, and short pieces for the School’s e-newsletter. The student associate will create digital flyers for campus TV screens, crop and re-size photos, make basic web site updates, and assist with managing the School’s presence on social media. In addition, the student associate will hang flyers and posters on campus and assist with planning and executing the A&S Student Symposium. Students who have experience in graphic design, photography, or videography, will be able to work on special projects. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

This position requires a motivated and creative thinker who works well independently and who can maintain a consistent work schedule. It is best suited for a student studying journalism, English or rhetoric and communication studies, though strong writers of any major will be considered. Experience working with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, or skills in photography or videography are a plus. It is assumed that applicants will be committed to the liberal arts. 

Contact

To apply, send a resume, cover letter discussing your background and why you are interested in the position, and two journalistic writing samples to Andrea Almoite at aalmoite@richmond.edu. If you have experience with graphic design, videography, or photography, please include a sample of your work. Please include the times you are able to work with your application.

Pay Rate

$9.10/hour

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

Post Office Student AssistantUniversity Work Program (UWP)Campus Post OfficeFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:          

Sort mail, assist students with packages. Not eligible for Federal Work Study (FWS).

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

1.          Sorts and delivers mail to student boxes.

2.          Checks in packages and completes notices to inform students that a parcel has arrived.

3.          Assists customers at the window.

4.          Other clerical tasks as assigned.

Contact

Send application to:

Jodi Will

jwill@richmond.edu

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

BML Customer Service AssistantFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)Boatwright Memorial Library, Customer Service UnitFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Customer Service Assistants are responsible for providing services and information utilizing the Voyager automated system to promote the educational purposes of the students, faculty, staff and other patrons of Boatwright Memorial Library. They provide basic library circulation services. They assist patrons with the location of newspapers, current and bound periodicals, and microform collections. They perform special tasks and projects as assigned by staff members.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Assists patrons with the use of library facilities and provides general information and directions to users.
  • Charges and discharges circulating books, netbooks, study room access keys, and reserves material using the Voyager automated system.
  • Interprets item and patron records in the Voyager Circulation system, maintaining confidentiality of patron information.
  • Sorts discharged books on sorting shelves according to Library of Congress (LC) classification system and loads book trucks for shelving.
  • Provides assistance for patrons looking for items within the circulating collection and the periodicals area.
  • Identifies items requiring mending and hold, interlibrary loan, and cataloging alert items and transfers these items to the proper location.
  • Identifies items belonging to the Law, Music, Government Documents, and Reference collections and places items in designated locations accordingly.
  • Assists staff members with overdue notices.
  • Searches for lost and missing materials as required.
  • Assists in opening and closing the library.
  • Pulls materials with call number problems and places in the designated area in the Customer Service Department. Pulls mending items and places on mending shelf.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Public service oriented
  • Dependable work habits
  • Familiar with filing and Library of Congress classification system May 11, 2017
  • Exhibits highly proficient attention to detail
  • Able to maintain library policies and procedures
  • Intermediate knowledge of computer software
  • Able to work 6 or more hours per week. 

Fall jobs available.  FWS students preferred.

Contact

Send application to:

Cassandra Taylor-Anderson
ctaylora@richmond.edu
287-6861

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

Admissions Alumni Interview AssistantUniversity Work Program (UWP)AdmissionsFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

The University of Richmond’s Alumni Interview Assistant is an integral contributor to Richmond’s Office of Admission and the Alumni Interviewing Program. This position will serve with growing independence and responsibility within an actively engaged office environment which progresses with the current trends in college admission. This position will work with the Administrative Coordinator on detail-oriented projects. Primary responsibilities include corresponding with prospective students and alumni volunteers, processing all new alumni interview requests, pairing prospective students with alumni interviewers in their areas, and processing the interview summary forms that alumni return following the interviews. This person should be attentive to detail, have a great work ethic and an eagerness to do whatever is required.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Cultivate and maintain excellent University relationships with alumni volunteers and prospective students and families.
  • Maintain contacts with constituencies of the University through correspondence, email, etc. as the chief communication coordinator between the Office of Admission and prospective students.
  • Contribute to planning sessions by infusing perspective, experience and opinions that will help drive the progress of the Alumni Interview Program.
  • Create and implement new interviewing initiatives.
  • Assist with the gathering of data for reports and summaries for the interviewing project.
  • Duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Admission, Senior Assistant Directors of Admission and Administrative Coordinator.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • An understanding of the selective, private college admission process, the strengths of an undergraduate liberal arts experience, and the value of inclusive diversity.
  • Persuasive oral communication skills; excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Highly self-motivated and independent critical thinker.
  • Advanced problem-solving capabilities, creativity and strong work ethic.
  • Solid familiarity with Microsoft products, specifically Word and Excel.
  • Positive attitude, dependable yet flexible, ability to take initiative and work independently, and ability to handle several tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to work with confidential information.
  • Comfortable with meeting deadlines.
Contact

Please submit application to:

Jane Bise
jbise@richmond.edu
287-6602

Pay Rate
$9.30/hour
International Education Student AssistantFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)International EducationFall 2017; Spring 2018
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Duties include tasks and projects as directed by events which take place during the academic year in the Office of International Education. Student Assistants will provide coverage to the International Education front lobby, answer phones, and work on projects and assignments from OIE staff members. Hours per week: 8-14.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  1. Assist OIE staff with general office duties including mailings, photocopying, faxing, filing, answers phones, and ordering supplies.
  2. Assist with OIE events and publications.
  3. Complete special projects as assigned by OIE staff members.
  4. Run errands to post office, print shop, and other campus offices.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Previous experience in an office environment.
  2. Interest in the field of International Education.
  3. Computer skills, specifically Microsoft Word and Excel.
  4. Excellent telephone manners.
  5. Excellent organization skills and ability to work prioritize projects and work under tight deadlines.
Contact

Send application, resume and cover letter to:

Sara Rock
srock@richmond.edu
289-8836

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

ETC CashierUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)ETCFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

   Cashier/Stocking duties, with some food prep

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

   1. Runs register at ETC.

   2. Makes coffee and does other basic food prep.

   3. Keeps area clean and organized, stocks store as needed.

   4. Stays busy, and helps train new employees.

   5. Counts and keeps record of money in register.

   6. Controls inventory and serves as security for store.

   7. Performs other duties as requested.

   8. Stocks & rotates all products sold & delivered.

QUALIFICATIONS:

   1. Experience with counting money helpful but will train.

   2. Gets along well with others, and enjoys working as a team.

   3. Must be able to work at least 6 hours per week.

   4. Evening hours and rotating weekends.

Contact

Send application to:

Eliot Cleveland
eclevela@richmond.edu
287-6514

Department

Dining Services-ETC

Pay Rate
$8.30/hour
Law Career Development Office Student Asst I University Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)Law Career Development OfficeFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

 The Law School’s Career Development Office seeks an undergraduate student for approximately 4-6 hours per week during the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters.

 The student will handle a variety of tasks, including answering phones, general office and computer work, assist with various projects and job fairs/interview programs, and handle confidential information.

 SPECIFIC DUTIES: 

  • Submit job postings in the career database (Symplicity) and update employer and student records.
  • General office work and answering main switchboard.
  • Provide assistance for weekly educational programs and job fairs/interview programs. 

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Detailed oriented and excellent proofreading and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to function effectively in a fast paced environment requiring significant interaction with others.
  • Must be a self-starter and have the ability to prioritize workload.
Contact

Send application to

Kymberly Osterbind
kosterbi@richmond.edu
(804) 289-8680

Department

Law Career Development

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

Global Studio AssistantUniversity Work Program (UWP)Global StudiosFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:    

(1) Assist members of the University of Richmond community use Global Studio resources effectively to stimulate foreign-language study and intercultural learning.

(2) Maintain the services and security of the Global Studio.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

1.        Assist Studio users with hardware and software in the Studio.

2.        Respond to questions about the resources and services of the Studio.

3.        Circulate course materials and equipment on reserve in the Studio.

4.        Basic technology-based tasks, such as downloading materials, making media clips, copying CDs and DVDs, and writing basic instructions for computer use.

5.        Assist with scheduling questions, and perform opening and closing procedures.

6.        Help with outreach efforts, both in leading tours of Global Studio facilities, and contributing to digital announcements via websites and social media accounts.

7.        Ensure that the Studio’s online services are available to users.

8.        Maintain the Studio as a secure, attractive, and inclusive space.

9.        Report problems and concerns to the Studio Director and Studio staff as needed. 

10.      General administrative tasks, such as tagging and taking inventory of equipment, checking web links, and preserving language-learning materials.

11.      Help support occasional class sessions, guest lectures, and academic events.

12.      Participate in training activities.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Interest in languages other than English, excellent communication and customer service skills, basic computer knowledge, eagerness to learn new skills and evaluate different perspectives, willingness to engage the world beyond the U.S.

Contact

Send application to:

Michael Marsh-Soloway
mmarshso@richmond.edu
287-6838

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour (plus $2 increase for hours worked through 8/26/17).

8:15 @ Boatwright Barista/CashierUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)8:15@BoatwrightFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY: Prepare drinks using standard recipes and procedures. Help train new employees under the guidance of a superior. Provide excellent customer service and a friendly, helpful attitude. Conduct all transactions in a professional and accurate manner. Keep café clean and stocked throughout the shift, and complete all duties assigned by a Manager, Lead or Student Manager.

SPECIFIC DUTIES: Make drinks using Starbucks standard recipes. Follow all procedures and policies. Maintain a clean and well stocked café. Ensure that day to day activities and assignments are being completed using the various checklists or instruction from a supervisor Maintain excellent customer service skills and a friendly and helpful attitude. Handle all transactions with accuracy and efficiency. Complete any duties assigned to you by a manager, lead or student manager.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Must also be able to maintain a clean and stocked café. Must be able to do basic math. Must be able to communicate effectively with customers or staff. Must be able to work in tandem with Manager, Lead, Student Manager or senior barista to prioritize tasks and complete assignments. Must be willing to follow policies and support café needs

Contact

Send application to:

Nia Williams
nwillia2@richmond.edu
289-8316

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

Department
8:15@ Boatwright
International Student AssistantFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)International EducationFall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Student will be responsible for international student and scholar projects as directed by events which take place during part of the summer and academic year in the Office of International Education.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Assist Director of International Student, Scholar & Internship Services and International Student Advisor with mailing, photocopying, faxing, scanning and filing all correspondence related to international student and scholar records; compose and send professional email messages to international students and scholars and UR faculty and staff; run errands to post office, print shop, student accounts and other campus offices; assist with preparations for international orientations, meetings and workshops; compile spreadsheet data in Excel; perform mail merges in Word; work on special projects; perform general office duties such as answering the telephone and handling walk-ins.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Ideal candidate should have previous experience in an office environment, interest in the field of international education, and a commitment to the international student and scholar population. Student must have strong word processing, database entry and mail merge skills with Word and Excel programs; experience with graphics, Access, and Skype very useful. Student must have excellent telephone manners and knowledge of basic office procedures. Student must be mature, well-organized, accurate, able to think creatively, capable of working on several projects with tight deadlines, and able to prioritize and take initiative on work projects. Preference will be given to international student applicants who can work during orientation week. 

This position starts in the Fall

Contact

Send application, cover letter and resume to:

Diana Trinh
dtrinh@richmond.edu
484-1458

Pay Rate

$8.30/hour

Modlin Contracts AdministratorFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)Modlin Center for the ArtsSummer 2017; Fall 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Work with the Executive Director to acquire, prepare and process all artist contracts (35 annually) associated with the Great Performances series at the Modlin Center for the Arts.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Read, edit and prepare all artist contracts for signature by the director.
  2. Circulate contractual information to appropriate Modlin staff member.
  3. Maintain contract status log.
  4. Procure artist promotional info for Marketing Director.
  5. Maintain ongoing relationships with artist managers for contract acquisition and follow-up.
  6. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be extremely dependable and reliable.
  • Must be able to work on own without much supervision.
  • Computer knowledge (word processing and database programs) is necessary.
  • Good writing and communication skills are also needed.
Contact

Send application to:

Deborah Sommers
dsommers@richmond.edu
287-6601

Pay Rate

$8.80/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 (plus a summer bump-up of $2.00/hour for hours worked 5/7/2017 - 8/26/2017)

Department
Recreation and Wellness
Cellar PositionsUniversity Work Program (UWP); Federal Work Study (FWS)The CellarFall 2017
Description

The Cellar, our campus pub-style restaurant, is now hiring for the FALL 2017 semester.

Fun Place to Work, a Free Meal for every shift you work, be part of a great team of your peers and others. Great Pay!!!!

Some restaurant experience helpful but not mandatory.

 

Cooks-We will train you. Shifts are 4 PM-9 PM and 8 PM-Closing, (1 AM-2:30 AM, depending on the day.)

Floaters-train to help out cooks, take out trash, wash dishes, 6 PM-9:00 or 9:30 PM

Cashier/ID Checkers- Must be 21 yrs old. Rotating position-1 night on Take Out, 4:30 PM-12:30 AM or 1:30 AM, then the next 2 shifts will be ID Checking 8 PM-Closing, (often times earlier)

Servers-experience necessary-Shifts start at 4 PM and the times out are rotating 1st, 2nd, & 3rd out, but depend on the business and events on campus.

Bartenders-Law students only-21+yrs old. 

Cellar Hours of Operation: 5 PM- 12 AM Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, and 5 PM- 1 AM Thurs, Fri.
Contact

If this sounds like you, contact both Bev van Boven, bbinns@richmond.edu and

Melissa Comstock, mcomstoc@richmond.edu

Below is the link to get an application. Please send us one if you’re are interested.

http://studentjobs.richmond.edu/apply/index.html

Pay Rate

Servers - $5.70/hour + tips

Cashier/ID Checker $8.75/hour

Cooks - $10.65/hour

Bartendar - $7.95/hour + tips

Department
The Cellar