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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.

8:15 @ Boatwright Barista/Cashier8:15@Boatwright
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Baristas/Cashiers are the faces of 8:15 at Boatwright café. This position creates a pleasant experience for customers by providing excellent customer service, preparing all beverages and food items to café standards and procedures, maintaining café cleanliness and maintaining a friendly, helpful attitude.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Make drinks using Starbucks standard recipes, following café procedures and policies
   2. Maintain a clean and well stocked café, including restocking, cleaning, etc
   3. Maintain excellent customer service skills and a friendly and helpful attitude
   4. Handle all transactions with accuracy and efficiency
   5. Communicate needs, questions, concerns to management effectively
   6. 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 be willing to follow policies and support café needs. Must be able to perform job duties effectively during periods of high or unusual volume. Must be able to do basic math. Must be able to communicate effectively with customers or staff. Must be able to maintain a clean and stocked café. Must be able to work in tandem with Manager, Lead, Student Manager or Senior Barista to complete prioritized tasks and assignments. Must be willing to follow policies and support café needs

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Nia Williams
   Email:   nwillia2@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8316

Department:
   Retail Operations- 8:15 at Boatwright Cafe

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

Pay Rate:
   8.30

Admissions - Student Ambassador - Office AssistantAdmissions
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Office assistants will participate in several training seminars, assist with checking in prospective and admitted students, input and update student records in CRM system, answer phones, and assist with office housekeeping and restocking tasks. Each student must remain in good academic standing by keeping a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75. Starting hourly wage is $8.30.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Complete training sessions at the beginning of the semester.
   2. Attend all Student Ambassador monthly meetings.
   4. Welcome incoming students and families and direct them to appropriate resources.
   5. Cover phones as needed.
   6. Input student inquiry cards from school groups and walk-ins.
   7. Assemble materials for school groups and special events.
   8. Restock refreshments and takeaway materials.
   9. Maintain tower and suite desks.
   10. Understand and adhere to all Dress Code and Offense policies presented in the Student Ambassador Manual.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   The applicant must be a current undergraduate student and be an excellent oral and personal communicator. Problem-solving ability, creativity, and strong work ethic are essential. Applicants must have a 2.5 GPA to be considered.
   
   The above statements are intended to describe the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the position.

   Any interested candidates must be available on Tuesday afternoons.


Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Johneisha Taylor
   Email:   johneisha.taylor@richmond.edu
   Phone:   (804)662-3055

Department:
   Office of Undergraduate Admissions

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

Pay Rate:
   8.30

Art & Art History - Digital Fabrication Lab AssistantArt & Art History
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   To assist and monitor the students working in the Digital Fabrication Lab in the use of a laser cutter, 3D Printer, and CNC Router. 
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Monitor the students working within the Fab Lab.
   • Process files for either machine.
   • Help maintain the organization and cleanliness of lab.
   • Learn to use Laser Works and Rhino Cam software.
   • Use and enforce the use of PPE or Personal Protection Equipment. (Safety glasses and hearing protection)
   • Run Laser Cutter and CNC Router.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   You are required to participate in wood shop training for panel saw. Attendance at this training is mandatory and must be completed prior to starting work in this position.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Nathan Hansen Hilliard
   Email:   nhansenh@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8272

Department:
   Art and Art History

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

Pay Rate:
   9.30

Art & Art History - Wood Shop AssistantArt & Art History
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   To assist and monitor the students working in the Wood Shop with machines and projects.
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Monitor the students working within the wood shop.
   • Be willing to help students and demonstrate the use of machines in a safe and effective manner.
   • Help maintain the organization and cleanliness of lab.
   • Be willing to intervene should a student be using a machine incorrectly.
   • Use and enforce the use of PPE or Personal Protection Equipment. (Safety glasses and hearing protection)
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   You are required to participate in wood shop training for panel saw. Attendance at this training is mandatory and must be completed prior to starting work in this position.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Nathan Hansen Hilliard
   Email:   nhansenh@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8272

Department:
   Art and Art History

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

Pay Rate:
   9.30

Athletic Equipment ManagerAthletics
Description
JOB SUMMARY:
   Work within the athletics (primarily football) program to support athlete well being on many fronts. Managers will help set up and break down all field equipment for practices and games. This will include travel to all away games. Managers will also be included on a rotating schedule to complete evening laundry within the athletic department. We are willing to train all that are interested, so there are no specific skills that are required.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   -Equipment/laundry room coverage and operations for all practices and competitions.
   -Responsible for all game day, practice and workout laundry.
   -Fitting and repairing all protective athletic equipment including all helmets and shoulder pads.
   -Responsible for all inventory systems and equipment including footwear and apparel.
   -Daily set up of practice and game field during season.
   -Setting up and organizing game day locker room for home and road games.
   -Other duties as assigned and reasonably linked to function area.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   No specific qualifications are needed. We are willing to train all candidates for this position.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Klay Killingsworth
   Email:   kkilling@richmond.edu
   Phone:   5404607271

Department:
   Athletics

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $8.30
Athletics - Football - Sports Medicine AideAthletics-Sports Medicine
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 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 re hydration of players.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A desire to be involved with the 2008 Football National Champion Spiders. Applicants should be able to move athletic equipment with assistance when necessary. The position requires a commitment of 3-4 hours per day for 3-4 days a week. Hours will vary depending on needs for the week.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Kenneth Marsaglia
   Email:   kmarsagl@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-287-6476

Department:
   Athletics - Sports Medicine

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

Pay Rate:
   8.30

Athletic Fueling StationAthletics
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The Sports Performance Department is accepting applications for multiple Student Attendants to staff the Athletic Fueling Station located in the new Robins Center Blandford-Everett Performance Center. We are seeking motivated, professional, dependable individuals with a strong work ethic and interpersonal communication skills. The student attendant will be responsible for managing the Athletic Fueling Station during their shift. An Athletic Fueling Station attendant will be on duty Monday-Friday from 6 am – 10:30 am and from 1:00-4:00 pm. There are 40 hours of work per week for this position. We will hire from 2-5 students to fill the 40 hours of work.. The minimum will be 5 hours and the maximum 20 hours

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Manage the dispensing pre and post training snacks, recovery drinks, and hydration aids.
   Re-stock and inventory.
   Use iPad to track use of products.
   Create reports to re-order products.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A desire to be involved with Spider Athletics. Basic organizational and computer skills.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Chris Jones
   Email:   cjones4@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8928

Department:
   Athletics

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

Pay Rate:
   8.00

Athletics - Men's Lacrosse - Sports Medicine 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 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 men's lacrosse practices and games, including minimal manual labor; Assist during practice and games with re hydration of players.
   
   1:30 to 4:30 pm , Monday thru Friday. Hours/days will vary week to week

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A desire to be involved with the Richmond Men's Lacrosse team. Applicants should be able to move athletic equipment with assistance when necessary. The position requires a commitment of 3-4 hours per day for 3-4 days a week. 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:
   8.3

Game Worker - Athletics Public RelationsAthletics
Description

Job Info
   Job Title   Game Worker - Athletics PR
   Supervisor   Jason Vida
   What semester are you hiring for? (Spring, Fall, Summer)   All
   Pay Grade (1-4)   1

JOB SUMMARY:
   The UR Office of Athletic Public Relations is seeking students to assist with athletic events in a variety of capacities including videography, photography, graphic design, on-field table crew, and press box assistants. We are seeking motivated, professional and reliable individuals who want to get involved in the PR world or make some extra money while attending athletic events.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Specific duties vary from sport to sport and game to game, however, consistent requirements across sports can include operating cameras for sports broadcasts, sitting on field and tracking substitutions, and operating on-field cameras for action shots and highlight clips.
   
   Student workers get to pick their own hours. Multiple students are needed to work at each Spiders home game and shifts are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no minimum number of hours required each week.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   A strong work ethic and consistency in your work and flexible enough to learn a variety of skills while on the job. If you don’t know how to do something, we will teach you, and if there is a specific skill you want to learn, we are here to help!
   Hours will vary based on the athletic schedule, but in office hours are also available for exceptional employees.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Jason Vida
   Email:   jvida@richmond.edu
   Phone:   8042898320

Department:
   Athletics

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

Pay Rate:
   8.30

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

Carrico Center and UR Downtown Student Program ManagerCenter for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The Carrico Center and UR Downtown Student Program 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 in-person meetings required.
   

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.
  

   ♣ Position is off-campus. All event staff support will be performed at UR Downtown.
   ♣ Applicants must be a law student; 2L/3L candidates only.
   ♣ Carrico Center and UR Downtown Student Program Manager is expected to work 5-15 hours a week.
   
   
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 to Apply:
   Name:   Ebony Kirkland
   Email:   ekirkland@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-955-4010 x100

Department:
   T.C. Williams School of Law and UR Bonner Center for Civic Enggement

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS) 

Catering On-Call Banquet ServerCatering
Description

Now Hiring Student Suite Attendants to work the private Terraces at the Robins Center for Men’s Home Basketball games  this season.

We offer free shift meals and the opportunity to have a firsthand experience in working all of exciting games at the Robins Center this season!

Games start soon!

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.

Send application to:

Zach Henderson
zhenders@richmond.edu
484-1443

Pay Rate:

$8.30 - $11.00 / hr

Community Partner AssistantCenter for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
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 with participating community organizations, 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.
   
   A job application is not required. Interested students may explore and register for civic engagement opportunities with Federal Work-Study affiliates (participating community partners) in SpidersEngage (https://richmond.givepulse.com/). SpidersEngage is the online network for University of Richmond students, faculty, and staff to register for volunteer opportunities and events posted by area organizations. In order to get paid for their service through Federal Work-Study, students must also request and be approved for membership in the Community Work-Study Students group in SpidersEngage. The online registration deadline is September 14th.
   


SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Duties: Duties will vary, depending upon the needs of the organization. Further details are available by exploring civic engagement partner information in SpidersEngage 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 four (4) 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 submitting 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.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Natalie Thatcher (question only; no need to apply)
   Email:   nthatche@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-484-1600

Department:
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (THC 201)

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30/hr

Student Coordinator Office AssistantCenter for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

   Student Coordinators serve as a resource and provide guidance to visitors interested in civic engagement, in addition to the duties described below. All Student Coordinators are expected to work a minimum of 5 hours a week. All Student Coordinators must follow Federal Work-Study guidelines provided in the Student Handbook and submit their hours by the deadline every two weeks. Failure to do so will result in termination of the position.
   
   The Office Assistant position will support the CCE by greeting visitors, assisting in general office management, and miscellaneous research or other short-term projects.
   
   A Federal Work-Study award or Bonner Scholarship is mandatory for all Student Coordinators.
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   § Staff the office and/or front desk of CCE on 2 during specific time periods, including greeting visitors and responding to telephone inquiries.
   § Assist with advising students interested in connecting to service opportunities during the “Drop-In Advising” period, from 2pm-4pm daily.
   § Ensure that the CCE’s inventory of computer and audio-visual equipment is in good working order, including running software updates and coordinating repairs with the UR Help Desk.
   § Complete miscellaneous projects for CCE staff and working groups, like typing up notes after meetings, researching information, etc.
   § Occasionally staffing or providing support for CCE events, such as Brown Bags, orientations, info sessions, etc.
   § Photocopy and/or scan documents.
   § Keep office supplies, CCE office space, and the Think Tank clean and organized.
   § Other duties as assigned.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
   § Strong interest in civic and/or social justice issues
   § Knowledge of current events
   § Excellent oral and written communication skills
   § Ability to work cooperatively and in a leadership role with students, staff, faculty, and community members
   § Strong organizational skills
   § Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
   
   DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
   § Previous Student Coordinator experience, experience with the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement’s programs, or other engagement with the community
   § Coursework or experience relevant to the CCE’s mission
   § Previous experience providing administrative or clerical support in an office environment
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Natalie Thatcher
   Email:   nthatche@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-484-1600

Department:
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (THC 201)

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30/hr

Student Coordinator (Data Team)Center for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators split their time between work at UR Downtown and a downtown or program partner organization. UR Downtown Student Coordinators are engaged in a wide variety of projects at UR Downtown. This role is focused on capturing and analyzing UR Downtown data for a variety of reports.
   
   Students may connect with a variety of organizations or departments, including 1708 Gallery, Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Library of Virginia, Richmond Symphony, The Doorways, Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club.
   
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators are expected to work about 5-8 hours a week (at least 2 hours at UR Downtown). Hours are generally between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., but could include other evening/weekend programs with prior notification. At various points in the semester, these hours may include meetings and professional development trainings. Team meetings are held every first Friday of the month at 3:30 p.m. at UR Downtown and student coordinators are required to stay at UR Downtown to be greeters during RVA First Fridays openings from 5-7 p.m.
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Enter weekly space usage data into spreadsheets
   • Analyze data for a variety of reports
   • Connect and volunteer with a downtown organization
   • Serve as point of contact for local organizations who use UR Downtown spaces for events
   and lead tours at UR Downtown
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   • Detail-oriented
   • Interest in data assessment
   • Interest in engaging with downtown Richmond and impacting our city
   • Ability to work cooperatively and in a leadership role with students, staff, faculty, and community members
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Alexandra Byrum, Assistant Director
   Email:   ahunter2@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-955-4003

Department:
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, UR Downtown location

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30/hr 

Student Coordinator (Government Team)Center for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators split their time between work at UR Downtown and a downtown or program partner organization. UR Downtown Student Coordinators are engaged in a wide variety of projects at UR Downtown. This role is focused on supporting the student-run web resource RVAGOV and leading local and state government programming at UR Downtown.
   
   Students may connect with a variety of organizations or departments, including 1708 Gallery, Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Library of Virginia, Richmond Symphony, The Doorways, Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club.
   
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators are expected to work about 5-8 hours a week (at least 2 hours at UR Downtown). Hours are generally between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., but could include other evening/weekend programs with prior notification. At various points in the semester, these hours may include meetings and professional development trainings. Team meetings are held every first Friday of the month at 3:30 p.m. at UR Downtown and student coordinators are required to stay at UR Downtown to be greeters during RVA First Fridays openings from 5-7 p.m.
   

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Plan, promote, and implement UR Downtown events focused on local and state government
   • Connect and volunteer with a downtown organization
   • Serve as point of contact for local organizations who use UR Downtown spaces for events
   and lead tours at UR Downtown
   • Attend Richmond City Council and School Board Meetings and post recaps on RVAGOV
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   • Excellent oral and written communication skills
   • Interest in engaging with downtown Richmond and impacting our city
   • Ability to work cooperatively and in a leadership role with students, staff, faculty, and community members
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Alexandra Byrum, Assistant Director
   Email:   ahunter2@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-955-4003

Department:
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, UR Downtown location

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30/hr 

Student Coordinator (Tax Site Team)Center for Civic Engagement-UR Downtown
Description

JOB SUMMARY: 
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators split their time between work at UR Downtown and a downtown or program partner organization. UR Downtown Student Coordinators are engaged in a wide variety of projects at UR Downtown. This role is focused on supporting UR Downtown’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site. UR Downtown (URD) is one of 13 sites throughout the Greater Richmond area serving as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site with the United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg's MetroCASH coalition. For more than a decade, MetroCASH has coordinated free tax-preparation services throughout the Greater Richmond region as part of the IRS-sponsored VITA program. 
    
   Students may connect with a variety of organizations or departments, including 1708 Gallery, Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Library of Virginia, Richmond Symphony, The Doorways, Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club. 
   UR Downtown Student Coordinators are expected to work about 5-8 hours a week (at least 2 hours at UR Downtown). Hours are generally between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., but could include other evening/weekend programs with prior notification. At various points in the semester, these hours may include meetings and professional development trainings. Team meetings are held every first Friday of the month at 3:30 p.m. at UR Downtown and student coordinators are required to stay at UR Downtown to be greeters during RVA First Fridays openings from 5-7 p.m. 
    

SPECIFIC DUTIES: 
   • Enter weekly space usage data into spreadsheets 
   • Analyze data for a variety of reports 
   • Connect and volunteer with a downtown organization 
   • Serve as point of contact for local organizations who use UR Downtown spaces for events 
   and lead tours at UR Downtown 
    

QUALIFICATIONS: 
   • Excellent oral and written communication skills 
   • Interest in engaging with downtown Richmond and impacting our city 
   • Ability to work cooperatively and in a leadership role with students, staff, faculty, and community members 
   • Interest in financial literacy, tax law, and policy and experience with VITA site a plus 
    

Contact to Apply: 
   Name:   Alexandra Byrum, Assistant Director 
   Email:   ahunter2@richmond.edu 
   Phone:   804-955-4003 

Department: 
   Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, UR Downtown location 

Student Employment Program: 
   Federal Work Study (FWS) 

Pay Rate: 
   $9.30/hr 

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 2018 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 2:30-9PM, 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-10:00 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 out 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/forms/application.pdf

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
CSI Student Vans Coordinator
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The Student VC will be responsible for scheduling all Van/SUV requests for travel, upkeep and maintenance. The Student VC will also assist in tracking mileage and proper billing and payment.
   
   Skills Acquired: Working independently, time management, project management, fleet management, collaboration, effective communication:

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Receive, schedule and confirm all vehicle requests through the EMS system
   Track and organize keys and vehicle location
   Fuel vehicles
   Take vehicles for detailing
   Monitor and schedule maintenance
   Track mileage and billing to charge accounts
   Required participation in select CSI events (Spiderfest, etc)
   Required participation in CSI’s annual employee review process

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Highly organized
   Attention to detail
   Previous experience in fleet management a plus
   Valid Driver’s License for 3+ years (eligible for University Driver Registration)
   Flexible schedule

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Kristen Phelps
   Email:   Kristen.phelps@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-484-1613

Department:
   Center for Student Involvement

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

Environmental Justice Research & Policy InternGeography & the Environment
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The intern will provide research and teaching support on environmental justice policy and practice. The intern will support the work of the Virginia Advisory Council on Environmental Justice and the Virginia Environmental Justice Collaborative.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Assist with student, faculty, staff, and community outreach and education related to environmental justice
   2. Support the work of the state Advisory Council on Environmental Justice, which has the following objectives:
   
   a. Integrating environmental justice considerations throughout the State’s programs, regulations, policies and procedures.
   b. Improving the environment and public health in communities disproportionately burdened by environmental harms and risks.
   c. Addressing environmental justice by ensuring transparent, authentic, and equitable engagement in decision-making, building capacity in disproportionately burdened communities, and promoting collaborative problem-solving for issues involving environmental justice.
   d. Strengthening partnerships on environmental justice among governmental agencies, including Federal, Tribal and local governments.
   e. Enhancing research and assessment approaches related to environmental justice.
   f. Developing resources and strategies to get the information out to the public.
   
   3. Conduct research on environmental justice at local, state, regional, national or international scales, with the greatest attention to Richmond and the state of Virginia
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Must either (1) have taken classes in Geography, Environmental Studies or another related field or (2) have relevant volunteer , internship or work experience
   2. Excellent computer skills with knowledge and experience with Blackboard, MS Excel, MS Word, and PowerPoint. GIS skills are viewed positively but are not required.
   3. Research (library and on-line) skills
   4. Strong organizational skills
   5. Attention to detail
   6. Ability to work independently and pro‐actively to complete assignments
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Mary Finley-Brook
   Email:   mbrook@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-287-6307

Department:
   Geography & the Environment

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

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 AssistantLou's Cafe
Description
JOB SUMMARY:
   Cafe Assistant will help Lou's employees with general Cafe duties

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Cashiering, making salads, stocking, light food prep, basic cleaning duties

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Some customer service preferred, but will train new folks on the job

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Amanda Boyd
   Email:   aboyd@richmon.edu
   Phone:   289-1771

Department:
   Retail Operations

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   8.40 
Military Science Student AssistantMilitary Science and Leadership
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Assist with US Army-ROTC and UR-related tasks, including a variety of office work as needed.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:    
   1. Update/maintain Department and Cadet records and files.
   2. Create forms and reports for departmental use.
   3. Answer phones and serve as point of contact for department when needed.
   4. Other duties as specified by supervisor.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:

Positive attitude, strong work ethic, organizational ability, attention to detail, good Microsoft Office skills. Available 8 – 12 hours per week.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Cindy Gricus
   Email:   cgricus@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-287-6071

Department:
   Military Science and Leadership

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   Level 1

Modlin Head UsherModlin Center for the Arts
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The primary responsibility of the Head Ushers is to assist in supervising 15-20 volunteer usher corps before, during, and after performances in the Modlin Center venues. The Head Usher serves as a primary point of communication between the House Manager and the usher corps. The Head Usher assists the House Manager in ensuring the safety and security of 600 patrons before, during, and after performances in the Modlin Center venues.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1: Hours: Duration of performance inluding: 1 hour before performance - 1/2 hour after performance.
   2: Demonstrate thorough knowledge of seating layout and venue design, and assist in the seating of patrons in a friendly and professional manner.
   3: Manage all aspects of latecomer seating process.
   4: Assist House Managers in ensuring that the venue is orderly at the end of the event. 


QUALIFICATIONS:
   An appreciation for the performing arts is required. The schedule requires flexibility and the Head Usher must be able to work late nights and weekends. A retail or service background is helpful. The ability to communicate effectively and work in a collaborative environment is required. Prior supervising and customer service experience is preferred.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Chris O'Neil
   Email:   coneil@richmond.edu
   Phone:   (804) 287-6601

Department:
   Modlin Center for the Arts

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

Pay Rate:
   $8.80/hr

Modlin House Manager
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The primary responsibility of the House Manager is to oversee the safety and security of 600 patrons before, during, and after performances in the Modlin Center venues. The House Manager supervises all front-of-house staffing and operations for Modlin Center events. The House Manager serves as a primary point of communication among various Modlin Center Staff members at events.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Manage usher staff of 15 - 20 people for each event. Manage seating standby process, communicate with Box Office and other Modlin Center staff as needed. Ensure lobby, receptions, audience spaces are prepared and ready to receive public. Create and distribute House Manager Event Report at the end of every event.  

QUALIFICATIONS:
   An appreciation for the performing arts is required. The schedule requires flexibility and the House Manager must be able to work late nights and weekends. Requires previous experience in theatre or event support, retail or service background is helpful. The ability to communicate effectively and work in a collaborative environment is required. Prior supervising experience is helpful. The House Manager must to be able to lift up to 50 pounds, use a Motorola Two-Way Communication Device, be trainable and able to use various software systems.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Chris O'Neil
   Email:   coneil@richmond.edu

Department:
   Modlin Cetner for the Arts

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

Pay Rate:
   9.30

Modlin Publicity AssistantFederal Work Study (FWS); University Work Program (UWP)Modlin Center for the Arts
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The primary responsibility of a Publicity Assistant is to post Stall Weekly fliers each week in restroom stalls in all academic buildings on campus and/or distribute student marketing fliers under each dorm and apartment door on campus about 5 times each semester.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Student must be able to work independently and efficiently. An interest in the performing arts preferred.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Jon Gunter
   Email:   jgunter@richmond.edu

Department:
   Modlin Ceter for the Arts

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

Pay Rate:
   8.80

New American History Project (Bunk) - Content Curator IS - Digital Scholarship Lab
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Bunk (bunkhistory.org) is a new public history platform that sets out to highlight the interconnections within a vast archive of American history-related digital content. The majority of that content is curated from a wide array of popular media and scholarly sources. We rely on our team of student 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 the Digital Scholarship Lab in 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.

Currently accepting applications for the Spring semester.
   
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.
   
   To apply for the Spring, please submit:
   1) UR Student Employment Application
   2) A brief statement of your interest in the position
   3) A copy of a recent academic paper that you think exemplifies your analytical skills

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

Department:
   Boatwright Library

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   10.20/hr

Phonathon CallerUniversity Work Program (UWP)Office of Annual GivingSummer 2017
Description

JOB SUMMARY:

Now accepting applications for new phonathon callers who can work through May 31, 2018. The phonathon center is closed during the months of June and July, but callers may be asked to return in the fall.

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


 

Public Safety Auxiliary
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   A non-sworn public safety position. This individual is committed to the prevention and control of crime, protection of life and the safeguarding of property through vigilant patrol; PSAs provide additional support such as escorts, reporting of problems, and assistance to emergency crews as needed while promoting the advancement of cooperative relationships within the university environment by acting as the “eyes and ears” of the University of Richmond Police Department.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   • Patrol assigned areas or buildings.
   • Demonstrate the ability to recognize hazardous or suspicious situations and report incidents to the on-duty officer(s).
   • Operate a University Vehicle or Cart if licensed.
   • Respond to radio calls for service (i.e. opening dorm and classroom doors; jump starting vehicles; overnight escorts of students across campus)
   • Report discrepancies in building security, safety, or utility conditions (i.e. broken door hardware, broken windows, lights burned out, etc.) to the on-duty communications officer and to the on-duty supervisor.
   • Assist with parking and crowd control at special events.
   • Call police officer to remove trespassers and other unauthorized people from buildings.
   • Assist police officers by providing physical security for buildings and observation of campus as necessary.
   • Provide a written log summarizing each patrol shift’s activities.
   • Promote positive community relations in the performance of job duties.
   • Be able to physically perform all other related duties as outlined in the departmental directives and PSA Manual.
   • Perform other duties, responsibilities, and tasks as assigned.
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   • Ability to work some nights, weekends, and holidays as required.
   ▪ Day shifts available if licensed.
   • Physically able to climb stairs.
   • Physically able to walk and stand for extended periods of time, carry a key ring equipped with various keys and swipe card, carry a flashlight, and carry a portable radio.
   • Must be enrolled as a student at the University of Richmond.
   • Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
   • Have and maintain minimum 2.5 GPA.
   • Valid US driver’s license preferred.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   John Jacobs
   Phone:   8724

Department:
   Police

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

Pay Rate:
   $8.80

Contact
Pay Rate
Department
Print Shop Bindery AssistantPrint Shop
Description
JOB SUMMARY:
   Assist with various activities in the Campus Print Shop. Training provided for the different duties.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Package jobs for delivery. Fold, bind, punch, cut and complete final steps of printed jobs.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Ability to work in two hour blocks of time from mid-morning to 5pm, Mon-Fri. Ability to be trained to work with various pieces of equipment.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Tanice Fenner
   Email:   tfenner@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8526

Department:
   Campus Print Shop

Student Employment Program:
   University Work Program (UWP)

Pay Rate:
   8.40

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

The Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness will be holding a Student Job Expo for Fall 2018 in the University Forum (rain site: Weinstein Center Courtyard) on Tuesday, 4/17 3:30-5:30pm. Available positions can be found at recreation.richmond.edu

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
Religious Studies Student WorkerReligious Studies
Description
JOB SUMMARY:
   Perform tasks as assigned by the Administrative Coordinator and Department Professors.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Work closely with the Administrative Coordinator on web page updates.
   Assist professors with research projects.
   Scan documents.
   Photocopy documents.
   Deliver and pick up items to and from both the Print Shop and campus libraries
   Assist the Admin.Coordinator with marketing campaigns to include distribution of event flyers around campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Knowledge of basic software programs (Word and Excel).
   Independent decision-making on routine tasks with follow up as needed.
   Basic knowledge of general office routines.
   Cheerful personality.

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Carolyn E Smart
   Email:   charris6@richmond.edu
   Phone:   289-8325

Department:
   Religious Studies

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $10.00 per hr
Renewable Energy Education Project (REEP) Research InternGeography & the Environment
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   The interns will provide research and teaching support on climate change policy and renewable energy projects as well as assist with community and campus outreach. Specifically, the student workers will (1) contribute to the creation of an on-line resource center, and (2) document and communicate progress towards on-campus renewable energy options at UR and other institutions of higher education.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   1. Assist with student, faculty , staff, and community outreach and education related to renewable energy
   2. Help build an on-line database of renewable energy research and resources
   3. Conduct research about on-campus renewable energy options (solar, wind, geothermal, etc.)
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   1. Must either (1) have taken classes in Geography, Environmental Studies or another related field or (2) have relevant volunteer , internship or work experience
   2. Excellent computer skills with knowledge and experience with Blackboard, MS Excel, MS Word, and PowerPoint. GIS skills are viewed positively but are not required.
   3. Research (library and on-line) skills
   4. Strong organizational skills
   5. Attention to detail
   6. Ability to work independently and pro‐actively to complete assignments
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Mary Finley-Brook
   Email:   mbrook@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-287-6307

Department:
   Geography & the Environment

Student Employment Program:
   Federal Work Study (FWS)

Pay Rate:
   $9.30

SPCS Marketing and Communications Student AssociateSchool of Professional and Continuing Studies
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Assist with marketing, communications and public relations.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   – Researching feature story ideas
   – Writing and editing feature stories for the web
   – Writing and editing copy for other marketing projects, including social media posts
   – Proofreading and editing copy
   – Assist with simple photo editing for the web
   – Performing general office work (filing, etc.)
   – Assisting with the coordination of photography or video interviews as needed
   – Other marketing and office tasks as assigned
   

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Strong writer. Detail-oriented. Knowledge of AP style. Deadline oriented. Knowledge of Photoshop preferred. Journalism, English, or rhetoric and communication student preferred.
   
   Ideal candidate would see this position as an opportunity to write for mass media, practice public relations, and build a portfolio of published work. Software knowledge or interest in learning new skills and programs a plus. Photography, videography, and Photoshop skills a plus.
   

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   James Campbell
   Email:   jcampbel@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-287-6633

Department:
   School of Professional and Continuing Studies

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

Pay Rate:
   10.50

Student Specialist - Swim TeamFederal Work Study (FWS)AthleticsFall 2017 and Spring 2018
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   This person will assist the swim coaches in setting up the pool and training equipment for the swim team. This role will also collect pertinent data during practices (times, stroke counts, kick counts, etc). No swimming experience is needed. No travel. 

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 

Tyler's Cafe AssistantUniversity Work Program (UWP)Tyler's CafeSpring 2017
Description

Coverage needed for Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5 p.m. to close. 

Contact

Send application to:

David Kelly
dkelly2@richmond.edu

Pay Rate

$8.10/hour

Department
Tyler'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.
    Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to close

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

Women's Basketball Student ManagerAthletics-Women's Basketball
Description

JOB SUMMARY:
   Assist the women’s basketball team in day to day operations, game preparations, and travel. This requires a huge time commitment, but there are plenty of perks. Paid position, Free Admission to all UR Women’s Basketball games, all expenses paid on trips for games and tournaments (travel fees and meals), team gear, and being a part of a winning tradition!

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
   Team laundry, practice set up and break down, set up and break down locker rooms for games, manage water and towels during practice and games, greet and escort visiting team to gym/locker room, assist with post-game meal set up, keep track of equipment when team travels, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS:
   Interests in basketball, full time enrollment at the University of Richmond, flexible schedule, and a positive attitude. If interested, please send Student Employment Application and Resume to shannen.bedford@richmond.edu!

Contact to Apply:
   Name:   Shannen Moon
   Email:   shannen.bedford@richmond.edu
   Phone:   804-289-8366

Department:
   Athletics - Women's Basketball

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

Pay Rate:
   8.30

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.