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Current Job Openings

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.

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  • 815 Café Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Café Assistant is required to know all policies and follow them. Student Café Assistants assist in all functions of the café including; cashiering, stocking, cleaning, preparing orders, and preparing food and/or drinks for service. This is an entry-level job that provides training, and does not require previous experience in food service.Basic tasks, skills and knowledge can be learned on the job.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       •Assists customers in the café via cashiering, order taking, cleaning and general customer service with a calm, friendly attitude, attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
       •Makes hot and cold food items to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
       •Makes hot and cold drinks to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
       •Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.
       •Makes menu items correctly and efficiently.
       •Maintains menu item standards following unit specific standards and guidelines.
       •Acts as a positive representative of University of Richmond and Dining Services to all guests.
       •Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
       •Prepare, package and serve food to customers or for order pick up.
       •Helps with inventory and stocks sales areas.
       •Assists with special projects and feedback sessions occasionally

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Employees with no relevant food service experience start at $12.50/hour. Employees with 1 year of food service experience, or are returning to their positions after 1 year start at $12.80

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Nia Williams (she/her)
       Email:   nwillia2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8316

    Department:
       815 at Boatwright Cafe- Retail Operations

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Memorial Library

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       12.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletics Acad Support Tutor

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Under the guidance of the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support and Student Services, and in conjunction with the athletic department’s tutoring coordinator, the Academic Support Tutor will provide academic assistance, academic mentoring, and tutoring services to assigned student-athletes.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Provide writing and/or content-area support for student-athletes; develop professional relationship and maintain utmost integrity while work with assigned students; assist assigned students with the development of course-specific study skills and techniques

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Strong academic record; documented proficiency in writing and/or specific academic discipline (contact Bruce Matthews to inquire which subjects are most needed); excellent communication and collaboration skills; available to work 3-6 hours per week with evenings and weekends included

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Bruce Mattehws
       Email:   bmatthe2@richmond.edu

    Department:
      Athletics

    Building/Location:
       Millhiser Student-Athlete Development Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletics Public Relations - Game Worker

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The UR Office of Athletic Public Relations is accepting applications from students to assist with home athletic events in a variety of capacities. Students may be asked to support the ESPN Plus broadcast, help with live statistics, and post content from the game to Richmond Athletics social media accounts. We are seeking motivated, 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, the majority of available shifts involve operating cameras during a broadcast, tracking commercial breaks during a broadcast, collecting player participation data or other simple game statistics, or creating an Instagram story documenting the game on a Richmond Athletics social media account.
       Students have the ability to sign up for their own shifts, based on availability. There is no minimum or maximum numbers of weekly shifts, but most committed workers staff 1-2 games per week (approximately 3-6 hours).

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       No prior experience in sports, broadcast production, or social media is necessary, but workers should have an interest in sports and Richmond Athletics and be willing to learn new skills and work in a variety of different roles. Athletics PR staff will provide all necessary training, most of which can be accomplished in the half hour before the start of a home athletic event.
       Student workers must be hard-working, reliable, and possess excellent communication skills.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Christian Gravius (he/him)
       Email:   cgravius@richmond.edu
       Phone:   716-704-5446

    Department:
       Athletic Public Relations

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletics Sports Performance Fueling Station

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Sports Performance Department is accepting applications for multiple Student Attendants to staff the Athletic Fueling Station located in the 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 and assisting the sports medicine and sports performance during their shift. An Athletic Fueling Station attendant will be on duty Monday-Friday from 6 am – 5 pm. There are 55 hours of work per week for this position. We will hire from multiple students to fill the 55 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 and student-athlete performance metrics
       • Create reports to re-order products.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

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

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Chris Jones (he/him/his)
       Email:   cjones4@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8043493352

    Department:
      Athletics

    Building/Location:
       Robins

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletic Training Aide

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

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

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assist the Athletic Trainers on duty with the set-up and breakdown of fall and spring Football / M. Lacrosse practices and games, including minimal manual labor; Assist players during practice with rehydration of athletes. Fall hours for Football would approximately be Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from approx. 8:00-11:00am; Home game day times will vary during the Fall; Spring hours would be approximately Tuesday, Thursday from 3:30-7pm and Saturday 10-1pm. Mens Lacrosse hours are 1-4 pm M-F in the Fall. Spring practice times are to be determined.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

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

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Joe Olivadoti
       Email:   jolivado@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6476

    Department:
       Athletics-Sports Medicine

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center/Robins Stadium

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Bonner Center for Civic Engagement Jobs

    Description

    Please visit this link for available job openings in the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE): https://engage.richmond.edu/about/staff/student-jobs.html. This includes positions to support CCE events, outreach, communications, and government programming. Please contact Georgia Osborne at gosborne@richmond.edu if you have any questions.

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Catering Banquet Server or Kitchen Support

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Now Hiring for Spring 2023!

    The Banquet Server and/ or kitchen support, part of the University Catering team, works at catering events on campus, providing courteous service of food and beverages to event participants, as well as assisting with all pre- and post-events duties.
       All events take place on campus. We offer flexible scheduling and free shift meals to all event staff.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assists with set-ups, serving, clearing, restocking, and break down of events, and other typical waitstaff responsibilities.

       Assists with plating of food and washing dishes.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       No experience is necessary, but preferred.

       We seek dependable, organized, and detail-oriented students with a courteous and positive attitude and basic knowledge of food service standards. Must be 18 to serve alcoholic beverages.

       Upon training, must be able to operate standard foodservice equipment (e.g., dishwasher, coffee machine)

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Zach Henderson
       Email:   zhenders@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-484-1443

    Department:
       Catering

    Building/Location:
       Various buildings across campus

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Cashier - HDC

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

        Provide customer with great customer service skill. Handle all cash and credit card transaction. Monitors customers entering the facility during all meal periods.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Run the register at Dining Hall.
       Count and keeps record of money in register.
       Must be flexible.
       Performs other duties as requested

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Experience in handling cash. Friendly, pleasant disposition. Enjoy working with people.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Michelle Taylor
       Email:   mtaylor2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8042898516

    Department:
       HDC

    Building/Location:
       Heilman Dining Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Cellar Bartender

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Bartender is responsible for serving beer and wine to faculty, staff, and students as well as outside guests at the Cellar. High levels of accountability and professionalism are required. Adherence to alcohol policies and laws is required. Serving violations may result in termination and/or arrest. Law or Graduate students preferred, but not required. Must be 21 years of age.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Responsible for checking IDs and ensuring patrons are of legal drinking age (21 Years of Age)
    • Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.
    • Ensures guests consuming alcoholic beverages are not intoxicated.
    • Ensures drinks are properly made and served only to customers over 21 years of age.
    • Acts as a positive representative of University of Richmond and Dining Services to all guests.
    • Helps with inventory and stocks sales areas.
    • Understand and uphold all Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Laws and University of Richmond policies and procedures related to alcohol service, storage and usage. Enforce these policies and laws and act as a monitor for legal alcohol services.
    • Complete Alcohol training yearly, and uphold local laws and regulation
    • Ensure containment of alcoholic beverages to the specified confined area
    • Manage all aspects of keeping a clean, hygienic, and organized space. Ensures hygienic workspaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First in First Out), trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping, and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
    • Completes drink orders as assigned. Maintains food/drink stations. Cleans organizes and stocks.
    • Help with set-up and closing of the designated area(s).

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • A desire to be friendly and courteous to your coworkers and guests
    • Must be willing to learn new tasks and take direction
    • The ability to be professional in appearance and mannerisms while serving peers
    • Must have the ability to multi-task and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
    • Must be able to stand for long periods of time
    • Must be able to lift 25 pounds
    • Accountability and reliability in regards to communication and scheduling.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Corry Comstock or Michael Scampoli
       Email:   ccomstoc@richmond.edumscampol@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6820

    Department:
       Retail Operations - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
      Tyler Haynes Commons (Bottom Floor)

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Cellar Café Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Café Assistant is required to know all policies and follow them. Student Café Assistants assist in all functions of the café including; cashiering, serving, stocking, hosting, preparing orders, ID checking, cooking, preparing food and/or drinks for service, cleaning, and opening and closing duties. This is an entry-level job that provides training, and does not require previous experience in food service. Basic tasks, skills and knowledge can be learned on the job.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Assists customers in the Cellar via cashiering, order taking, serving, cleaning and general customer service with a calm, friendly attitude, attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
    • Makes hot and cold food items to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
    • Makes hot and cold drinks to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
    • Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.
    • Makes menu items correctly and efficiently.
    • Maintains menu item standards following unit specific standards and guidelines.
    • Acts as a positive representative of University of Richmond and Dining Services to all guests.
    • Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First in First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
    • Prepare, package and serve food to customers or for order pick up.
    • Helps with inventory and stocks sales areas.
    • Completes any other tasks requested by a supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • A desire to be friendly and courteous to your coworkers and guests
    • Must be willing to learn new tasks and take direction
    • The ability to be professional in appearance and mannerisms while serving peers
    • Must have the ability to multi-task and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
    • Must be able to stand for long periods of time
    • Must be able to lift 25 pounds
    • Accountability and reliability in regards to communication and scheduling.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Corry Comstock or Michael Scampoli
       Email:   ccomstoc@richmond.edumscampol@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6820

    Department:
       Retail Operations - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
      Tyler Haynes Commons (Bottom Floor)

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

  • Demonstration Kitchen Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Assist with all aspects of the Demonstration Kitchen programs including prepping food and materials, setting-up, and cleaning-up. Provide planning and management support and assisting with nutrition education programming on campus.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       - Assists with prep, set-up, breakdown, and clean-up of demonstration kitchen programming along with the management of the kitchen.
       - Assists with nutrition education programming on campus.
       - Other duties as needed.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Seeking a dependable, organized, detail-oriented student with a positive attitude and basic knowledge of cooking principles.
       • Must be able to work at least 6 hours per week. Flexible scheduling is possible.
       • Must be able to stand for long periods and work in conditions that may be cold, hot, or humid. Must be able to lift 25 pounds.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Madeline Nathe (she/her)
       Email:   mnathe@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-1292

    Department:
       Dining

    Building/Location:
       Well Being Center/Demonstration Kitchen

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.70

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Digital Archive Assistant, Bunk History

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       "Bunk" [bunkhistory.org] is New American History’s flagship public history project. It showcases the most interesting American history-related digital content being published around the web each day, and highlights the interconnections between them and the thousands of other stories in the project’s database.
       
       Those connections are powered by an extensive matrix of tags that are applied to each story in the archive. We rely on our team of archive assistants to create those tags. Ideal candidates for the position, therefore, will be able to efficiently digest large amounts of written material and identify key ideas and themes therein.
       
       We are now accepting applications for students interested in being one of our Archive Assistants in Spring, 2023. The position will involve an average of 6-10 hours per week for the duration of the semester, most of which can be performed remotely via a solid internet connection.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Research and identify content well-suited for inclusion in the Bunk archive
       2. Review articles and other digital content, and generate a comprehensive set of descriptive tags for each of them
       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- and deadline-oriented, comfortable working independently, and confident in their ability to digest large amounts of material and efficiently summarize key ideas and themes.

       To apply for the Spring semester, 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:
       American Studies

    Building/Location:
       n/a

    Student Employment Program:
       University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Digital Engagement - Digital Asset Management and Preservation Administrator

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Independently carries out creation of metadata records and uploads content into the institutional repository. Proofs and verifies accuracy of file content and corresponding metadata records. Researches permissions and copyright status of faculty publications. Supports management and preservation of library’s digital assets.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Independently apply knowledge of metadata creation to institutional repository and digital preservation records
       Edit and process digital files in preparation for digital preservation and institutional repository ingests and uploads
       Metadata creation and entry
       Edit files according to project specifications, using Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, etc.
       Edit and/or write abstracts
       Research permissions and copyright via Sherpa Romeo and/or Publishers websites
       Contact publishers as necessary
       Apply quality assurance measures to digital files including review and correction of optical character recognition (OCR), processing and file-naming errors, missed pages, etc.
       Conduct file conversion to prepare documents for preservation and/or UR Scholarship Repository
       Document progress and workflows via tracking spreadsheets
       Train and assist other student employees

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Previous work experience in libraries or a related field, with interest in publishing
       Must possess the ability to pay attention to details, problem-solve, and think critically
       Must be able to work independently and follow written instructions when necessary
       Excellent verbal and written communication skills
       Ability to work independently
       Must be available to work a minimum of 5 hours per week
       Majority of hours worked between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m, with supplemental remote hours possible

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Crista LaPrade
       Email:   claprade@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8412

    Department:
       Digital Engagement

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Memorial Library

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Emergency Management Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Spring 2023

       Student will work 8-12 hours a week as schedule allows. Student will be assisting the Director of Emergency Management as well as assist in some police department activities and projects.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Spring semester 2023 will focus on our departmental EM/Police social media plan. The student will assist in research and creation of a social media plan for the department and then create and manage our social media through out the semester. Other projects will be assigned as needed. Projects could range from document review, swag creation, outreach and education program research and development and training/exercise logistics.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       We are looking for a flexible people person who has a interest in public safety and emergency management. On the job training and education will occur.

    Send resume and cover letter to Maribel Street – mstreet@richmond.edu

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Maribel Street (She/Her)
       Email:   Mstreet@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8048374085

    Department:
       Emergency Management/Police

    Building/Location:
       Special Programs

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Employer Relations Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Assistant for the Career Services Employer Relations Team provides accurate and timely investigation and analysis of employer, contact, and opportunity information, as well as make sound decisions and/or conclusions in regard to information authenticity and meeting of University guidelines. The Assistant will also interact with various constituents across the Richmond campus, University hiring partners/employers, and prospective students and their parents. The Student Assistant is required to have a high-level of accuracy and attention to detail, exhibit excellent verbal and written communication skills, maintain a professional image within Career Services and project the same to guests of the University, and perform all tasks with minimal supervision.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Employer and Opportunity Investigation and Data Processing – 60%
       •Identify, research, and analyze employer, contact, and employment opportunity information to determine its legitimacy and compliance with University posting guidelines
       •Communicate with employers/contacts via email to obtain missing information and/or confirm the legitimacy of the employer, contact, and/or opportunity
       •Data entry of employer/contact and opportunity information into Handshake, the University’s online recruiting database. Data to be entered includes, but not limited to alumni information, volunteer activity, student outcomes, remote interviews, employer/contact notes, etc.
       •Assist in the development of Career Services Standard Operating Procedures as it relates to processing employer registrations and opportunity postings, update contact information, volunteer activity, student outcomes, third party recruiters, etc.
       
       Front Office Operations – 25%
       •Greet and assist guests (hiring partners/employers, students, faculty, staff, prospective students and their parents, etc.) via phone or in-person with general questions and services regarding the University of Richmond and Career Services, interview room reservations, etc.
       •Assist hiring partners/employers and student interviewees with On-Campus Interviews and Office Hours including, but not limited to escorting individuals to appropriate Front Office locations, internet access, interview/meeting registration, etc.
       •Maintain orderliness and manage supplies in Front Office areas (lobby, employer lounge, interview rooms, and student prep room)
       •Assist in the development of Career Services Standard Operating Procedures as it relates to Front Office Operations.
       
       Career Services On-Campus Recruiting Event Ambassador – 10%
       •Act as an ambassador of Career Services for employer On-Campus Recruiting events (Job & Internship Fair, Information Sessions, Programs, etc.). Duties include: obtain/room event room key, confirm room set-up and catering (if applicable), greet employer, assist employer with A/V equipment and use, manage student registration table, etc.
       •Enter student attendance from Information Sessions into Handshake
       •Assist in the development of Career Services Standard Operating Procedures as it relates to Information Sessions.
       
       Additional Duties as Assigned – 5%
       •Assist Employer Relations Assistant Director/Employer Relations Coordinator and Employer Relations staff with various projects involving confidential and sensitive information.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       SKILLS REQUIRED:
       •Possess strong research and analysis skills; ability to make quick sound decisions/conclusions with minimal supervision
       •Ability to handle a high volume of data entry work
       •Possess strong computer skills using the Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel), LinkedIn, Google Search, and the ability to learn software (such as Handshake) quickly with training
       •Possess effective organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritize assignments and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
       •Possess excellent customer service, and ability to act professional in all contexts; Student Assistants must be comfortable in a professional office setting and exhibit appropriate business casual dress, language, and behavior
       •Possess effective written/verbal communication; ability to communicate clearly with various Richmond constituents and guests
       •Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information discreetly; Student Assistants are required to sign a confidentiality agreement with our office
       •Ability to be dependable, flexible, cooperative, and able to work independently and within given work schedules
       •Possess knowledge of Career Services and the services each office provides
       
       WORKING CONDITIONS:
       •Work Environment: Professional business office setting
       •Work Commitment: Seven hours per week (flexible), which additional hours may be granted for occasional early-evening On-Campus Recruiting assignments

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Janae Driver(she/her)
       Email:   jdriver@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-662-3032

    Department:
       Alumni & Career Services

    Building/Location:
       Queally Center, Ste. 201

    Student Employment Program:
       University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Environmental Justice Research and Policy Intern

    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. 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 online) skills
       4. Strong organizational skills
       5. Attention to detail
       6. Ability to work independently and pro‐actively to complete assignments

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Mary Finley-Brook (She, Her)
       Email:   mbrook@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6307

    Department:
       Geography, Environment, & Sustainability

    Building/Location:
       310 Carole Weinstein International Center

    Student Employment Program:
       Both Federal Work Study (FWS)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Football Student Manager

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Football Student Manager will provide support pertaining to all practices and gameday equipment needs for the Football program.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assist full-time equipment staff with the management of the day-to-day operations of the equipment room
       Attend daily football practices (9-11 A.M.) to set up equipment for drills and assist staff and coaches as needed - Schedule flexible - Main practice days needed - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fridays
       Attend home and potentially away games with the team to assist with game-day equipment needs
       Will provide athletic apparel (shoes, shorts, t-shirts, sweats and travel suits) to wear for practice and games

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Dedicated, responsible, and organized
       Flexible schedule
       Knowledge of football is preferred

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Chris Williams (he/him)
       Email:   cwilli2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-297-4621

    Department:
       Athletics - Equipment

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Gameday Marketing Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Under the direction of the Assistant Athletic Director for Game Day Experience and Marketing Services and as part of the Marketing team, assist with executing marketing and promotions plans for home athletic contests. Serve as a key member of the gameday marketing team with a focus on Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and other olympic sports.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       - Provide day-of game marketing logistical support
       - Assist with the execution of promotions such as in-game contests, recognitions, post-game clinics, etc.
       - Assist with execution of other game day activities marketing functions such as customer service, pre and post-game entertainment, distribution of give aways, Kid’s Club events and family fun zone activities, student tailgate, etc.
       - Support on-campus student marketing/engagement initiatives.
       - Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       - Office and outdoor environment (sitting, standing, walking, typing)
       - Must be able to lift 25 pounds.
       - Some nights and weekends required – must work all game days for football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball, as well as select Olympic sports

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Darius Smith (he/him)
       Email:   dsmith27@richmond.edu
       Phone:   6127721963

    Department:
       Spider Athletics

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Health and Well-being Unit

    Description

    Please visit the link for available job openings in the Health and Well-being Unit: https://recreation.richmond.edu/employment/student-jobs.html. This includes positions at University Recreation, Health Promotion, Health & Well-being Operations, Student Health Center and Disability Services. Please contact Linh Ly lly@richmond.edu for further details.

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • JAC - Student Concierge

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       To adequately insure the smooth operation of daily events of the Bottomley House (bed and breakfast) and Conference Center. Scheduling will typically be 2-4 five-hour shifts per week – primarily morning/afternoon/evening shifts on Saturday and Sunday and evening shifts during the week.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Complete shift-specific list of responsibilities
       • Supervise the operations of the Bottomley House including check-in/out of guests
       • Insure cleanliness and readiness of guestrooms and meeting rooms
       • Maintain inventory of supplies including linens, food and beverage items, paper products, and other supplies
       • Maintain guest records including confirmation of reservations, special needs and requests, and acquisition of necessary billing information
       • Preparation of food and beverage service as required by guests and visitors
       • Basic knowledge of setup/operation of standard audio visual equipment required
       • Periodic scheduling (separate from concierge duties) for night/weekend room setups/changes (ability to move tables, chairs, and audio visual equipment required)
       • Assist Alumni Center Manager with projects as requested
       • Act as manager in his/her absence

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Outgoing personality / excellent communication skills
       • Attention to detail
       • Ability to work independently
       • Hospitality background helpful
       • Evening and weekend availability important

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Rick Glass
       Email:   rglass@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8544

    Department:
       Jepson Alumni Center

    Building/Location:
       Jepson Alumni Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Jepson Student Research Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Assist a Jepson School of Leadership Studies faculty member with research.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       - Proofread and provide feedback on Professor Coetsee’s philosophy research on religion, political polarization, and the ethics of disagreement. Professor Coetsee is writing a book on these topics that is aimed towards undergraduates, and you will be asked to provide feedback on the book.
       - Assist with administrative tasks such as making copies, scanning, etc.
       - Assist with events related to faculty research work.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Critical analysis, attention to detail, ability to work independently, and communication skills.
       
       Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but applications received by October 10, 2022 will receive priority. Please email Professor Coetsee to obtain an application form.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Marilie Coetsee
       Email:   mcoetsee@richmond.edu

    Department:
       The Jepson School of Leadership Studies

    Building/Location:
       Jepson Hall

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Laundry Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The laundry assistant will manage the laundering and distribution process for all Spider athletic teams.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assist with laundering of all athletic practice equipment (loops with shorts, t-shirts, socks, etc.) as well as towels
       Redistribute equipment loops back to student-athlete lockers.
       Fold towels and put back on shelves
       Other duties as assigned by the full-time equipment staff

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Dedicated, responsible, and organized
       Available to work evenings from 6-9
       
       Need for all 7 nights - Will hire multiple students if needed. Would like student to work at least 3 nights

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Chris Williams (he/him)
       Email:   cwilli2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-297-4621

    Department:
       Athletics - Equipment

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Law CDO Student Assistant I

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Law School’s Career Development Office (CDO) seeks an undergraduate student assistant for approximately 3-6 hours per week during the spring 2023 semester. Candidates should have strong customer service and clerical skills. The student assistant role will provide clerical support and complete other duties as assigned.
       
       Candidates should possess strong data entry and customer service skills. Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented and has the ability to work independently on assigned projects while maintaining a high degree of accuracy.
       
       The student assistant will handle a variety of tasks, including greeting visitors, answer phones, operate basic office equipment, computer work, and assist team members with various projects including job fairs/interview programs.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Submit job postings in the career database (Symplicity) and update employer records.
       Provide general clerical support.
       Greet visitors to the CDO and answer main telephone.
       Provide assistance for weekly educational programs and job fairs/interview programs.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Excellent organizational, interpersonal and customer service skills.
       Keen attention to detail.
       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.
       Discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Dawn Siedlecki/Kym Osterbind
       Email:   lawcareerdevelopment@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8638

    Department:
       Law School Career Development Office

    Building/Location:
       School of Law - Suite 112

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Lou’s Café Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Café Assistant is required to know all unit policies and follow them. Student Café Assistants assist in all functions of the café including; cashiering, stocking, cleaning, preparing orders, and preparing food and/or drinks for service. This is an entry-level job that provides training, and does not require previous experience in food service. Basic tasks, skills and knowledge can be learned on the job.
       
       FUN FOLKS!

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

        • Assists customers in the café via cashiering, order taking, cleaning and general customer service with a calm, friendly attitude, attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
        • Makes hot and cold food items to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
        • Makes items to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with accuracy
        • Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.
        • Makes menu items correctly and efficiently.
        • Maintains menu item standards following unit specific standards and guidelines.
        • Acts as a positive representative of UR and Dining Services to all guests.
        • Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
        • Prepare, package and serve food to customers or for order pick up.
        • Helps with inventory and stocks sales areas.
        • Assists with special projects and feedback sessions occasionally
       
       FREE MEALS!

    QUALIFICATIONS:

        • A desire to be friendly and courteous to your coworkers and guests
        • Must be willing to learn new tasks and take direction
        • The ability to be professional in appearance and mannerisms while serving peers.
        • Must have ability to multi task and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
        • Must be able to stand for long periods of time
        • Must be able to lift 25 pounds.
        • Accountability and reliability in regards to communication and scheduling.
       
       FUN PLACE TO WORK w/ FREE MEALS!

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:    Amanda Boyd
       Email:   aboyd@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-1771

    Department:
       Lou’s Cafe

    Building/Location:
       Robin’s School of Business

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Men’s Lacrosse Student Content Creator

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Richmond Men’s Lacrosse is looking to hire someone to work alongside the coaching staff to maintain and enhance our social media profiles (IG: 16,000, Twitter: 10,000 followers). This person would create and produce content including, but not limited to: graphics, pictures, video, and posts for all social media accounts. Must have some experience with photo, video and content creation. Primary goals are to engage recruits, alumni, and friends of the program. This role has potential to grow as more responsibility is earned. Workload will vary based on the time of the year and there would not be required set hours, as long as assignments are complete in a timely manner. The person who held this position the last five years has graduated and is working full-time as a creative media assistant for an SEC football program.

     

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Paul Richards
       Email:   prichards@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-439-4364

    Department:
       Athletics/Men’s Lacrosse

    Building/Location:
       Robins Stadium

    Student Employment Program:
       Federal Work Study (FWS)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook

  • Modlin Assistant House Manager

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Modlin Center for the Arts hosts a wide variety of academic performances and University events, as well as a multitude of professional concerts, theatre, and dance performances from artists all over the world. The Assistant House Manager coordinates and oversees the smooth operation of all front of house audience activities at assigned events. The position involves interacting with fellow students, outside patrons, and community members to ensure an enjoyable and safe experience at the Modlin Center.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Oversee event from start to finish with direction from Associate House Manager and House Manager

       Represent Modlin Center as the visible presence throughout the event and serve as the point person to assist patrons and/or handle potential escalation

       Ensure Modlin Center’s performance spaces are prepared to welcome guests, provide training and placement for volunteer ushers, greet all patrons, assist with seating or other customer service needs.

       Communicate with various Modlin Center staff and/or event producer during event. Be a confident and assertive communicator while maintaining a polite and professional demeanor

       Make recommendations for improving the patron experience

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Enthusiasm for the arts. Ability to represent Modlin in a professional manner

       Strong customer service and/or interpersonal skills. Desire to ensure that patrons have the best experience possible

       Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and solve problems in a quick and efficient manner

       Detail oriented, particularly in respect to safety and patron service

       Flexible schedule based on event scheduling needs, including daytime and evening/weekend hours. Must be able to commit to 8-15 hours per week. Dress is business casual and professional

       Students of all disciplines and majors are encouraged to apply

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Chris O’Neil
       Email:   coneil@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6601

    Department:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

    Building/Location:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Modlin Assistant Technician

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       This position is a unique opportunity to work at a world-class performing arts center, assisting the production crew with all technical aspects of the various touring productions, departmental concerts, recitals, lectures, conferences, and student events.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       The Assistant Technician is a jack-of-all-trades, able to slip in to one of many technical roles as called for by the show at hand.

       Common tasks include:

       • assist crew with load-in/set-up/load-out of production-related materials
       • operate state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment during shows and rehearsals
       • act as a member of the stage crew during productions
       • assist in other areas as needed (hospitality, house management, etc.)

       While we don’t expect any prior training on the specific equipment mentioned above, we do require a desire to learn. We will train anyone willing to learn. Good work in this position can lead to a promotion to Modlin Associate Technician.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Must be available to work in the evening as well as over the weekends. Must be able to take direction well in a fast paced environment, to work well as part of a team, and interact well with both performers and patrons. As many tasks performed by the Assistant Technician are safety-critical, we expect employees to take their responsibilities seriously and to work safe and smart. A theater background is a plus, but not required. Any experience with audio/visual equipment (light/sound boards, projectors, etc.) is also a plus.

       Above all, candidates must have a good attitude, an appreciation for the arts, and a strong work ethic. We work hard at the Modlin Center to present high quality events on every level, and we require workers who share the same attitude.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Sean Farrell
       Email:   sfarrel2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6898

    Department:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

    Building/Location:
       Booker Hall

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Modlin Concessions Associate

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The primary responsibility of the Concessions Associate is to manage the sales area, sell merchandise items or concessions to patrons before performances, at intermission, and at the end of performances in the Modlin Center venues. The Concessions Associate is responsible for setting up the concessions area and materials, taking inventory of merchandise, counting the change back and packing up merchandise at the end of a performance. The Concessions Associate must be able to keep track of items sold, handle cash reliably, and settle the sales report with the artist and the Modlin Center. The Concessions Associate must be able to work independently, with little to no supervision, handle sales transactions, and provide excellent customer service to patrons.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Set-up sales area 2 hours before each performance, be prepared for sales to start at 1hour before performance. Take down sales area at end of sales
       Sell concessions before, during, and after performances
       Communicate with artists/artists’ management, Modlin Staff for further instruction. Settle up with the Modlin Staff and artists’ representative at the end of sales shift
       Display concessions in a neat and orderly manner that is visually pleasing.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Enthusiasm for and experience in the performing arts
    • Ability to represent Modlin in a professional manner
    • Strong customer service and/or interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively and work in a collaborative environment
    • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and solve problems in a quick and efficient manner
    • Independent problem-solving skills, ability to find solutions quickly and efficiently
    • Flexible schedule based on event scheduling needs, including daytime and evening/weekend hours, ideally able to commit to 8-15 hours per week
    • The Concessions Associate must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
    • Ability to learn and adapt to point-of-sale systems, and be able to learn how to use credit card processing devices or systems.
    • Trustworthy.
    • Able to follow all cash handling, credit card, and private information processing procedures in compliance with University policies and procedures.
    • Able to follow all Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance procedures and stay up to date with necessary training as needed. Keep accurate track of large sums of money in any combination of cash, check, or credit card
    • Must be 21 for alcohol service behind ‘The Corner Bar.’
    • Dress is business casual and professional.
    • Previous point of sale or retail/service experience is helpful, but not necessary.

    We are hoping to Hire at least 2 people at 21 or imminently 21 years of age, and at least 1 more in first 2 years at UR.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Chris O’Neil
       Email:   coneil@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6601

    Department:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

    Building/Location:
       Booker 232

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Nonprofit Studies Staff and Research Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       This graduate student position will provide research coordination and general support to the Nonprofit Studies (NPS) program faculty and staff. Specialized skills may be required to perform highly complex tasks such as data analysis. Skilled in social media, internet searches, and complex office tasks using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. May collaborate with and help facilitate projects with other student employees.
       
       Help implement research projects designed to learn about the organizational behavior and educational needs of nonprofit organizations. Review and synthesize literature, launch surveys, conduct interviews, track and compile data, and help prepare reports and communications. Support the Nonprofit Studies (NPS) program faculty and SPCS staff through basic office tasks.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

       • Basic office work such as filing and document preparation

       • File and track documents for various classes (graduate/undergraduate) and projects

       • Demonstrate excellence and professionalism in customer service to internal and external contacts

       • Perform various administrative support functions

       • Ability to implement office/departmental policies and procedures

       • Collect, analyze and report data as related to position and for research purposes

       • Plan, create, and oversee the dissemination of information to targeted audiences

       • Exercise good judgment, independent decision making, confidentiality and FERPA and ADA compliance

       • Perform other duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Act as an innovative and creative thinker

       • Possess excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills

       • Possess knowledge of specialized job requirements such as software programs and equipment operation

       • Able to synthesize data and information in order to make logical claims

       • Work without supervision to meet all deadlines and output quotas

       • Demonstrate leadership and management skills

       • Able to take initiative and show strong judgment

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Andrew Schoeneman
       Email:   aschoene@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8681

    Department:
       School of Professional and Continuing Studies

    Building/Location:
       Special Programs Building

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Organic Krush Student Manager

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Student Managers support management staff and other off campus employees to complete any tasks as assigned. This position performs tasks and responsibilities that are equivalent to an off campus, Dining Services staff member. Specialized skills are required to perform complex tasks. High levels of accountability and professionalism required. Supervision of other student employees is required.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Recruits, trains and mentors student employees and ensures safe, hygienic and professional behavior. Assigns tasks to student employees, and helps keep them on track. Makes sure morning, mid shift and/or evening checklist are complete.
       • Manage all aspects of keeping a cleanly, hygienic and organized space. Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
       • Completes food/drink orders/production as assigned. Maintains food/drink stations. Cleans, organizes and stocks.
       • In the absence of a Manager or Lead, assists with customer questions or complaints finds workable solutions
       • Assists manager/lead in day-to-day operating functions such as schedule management, replenishing cash funds, deposits, inventory, ordering and other office functions. Manages Opening/Closing activities during shift, and ensures that standards are met. Assists during inclement weather planning and staffing.
       • Ensures that dress code requirements are met, and that student employees are dressed professionally and safely for their shift.
       • Assists with student employee conflict resolution with the assistance of the manager.
       • Assists in recipe creation, social media management, and promotions development.
       • Supports and enforces all policies and guidelines
       • Assists with high level café functions during inclement weather, emergency operations, or during special events
       • Assists in special projects or training as assigned by manager.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       This position requires a minimum of 10 hours a week scheduled in order to accomplish the duties of this job description.
       • 2 Years (3 full semesters cumulative experience) of experience in an on campus café or restaurant location with progressive duties assigned. Experience in training, mentoring and managing. OR 2 years of experience in shift leadership or high level of responsibility at an off campus food services location required.
       • Knowledge of Virginia health code standards, and mentors others to ensure sanitation and safety.
       • Complete a required food safety class prior to start of position
       • Complete a required allergen training prior to start of position
       • Excellent communication skills, reliability and accountability.
       • Must be able to work productively with little supervision.
       • Must have a friendly and approachable demeanor, and a calm attitude when under pressure.
       • Must be able to provide guidance and correction in a productive and respectful tone.
       • Must be able to stand for long periods. Must be able to lift 25 pounds.


    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Rachel Singer
       Email:   rsinger@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 287-1297

    Department:
       Retail Operations

    Building/Location:
       Well-Being Center, 363 College Road University of Richmond, VA 23173

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Passport Café Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Café Assistant is required to know all policies and follow them. Student Café Assistants assist in all functions of the café including; cashiering, stocking, cleaning, preparing orders, and preparing food and/or drinks for service. This is an entry-level job that provides training, and does not require previous experience in food service. Basic tasks, skills and knowledge can be learned on the job.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Assists customers in the café via cashiering, order taking, cleaning and general customer service with a calm, friendly attitude, attention to detail and a sense of urgency.

       • Makes hot and cold food items to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy

       • Makes hot and cold drinks to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy

       • Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.

       • Makes menu items correctly and efficiently.

       • Maintains menu item standards following unit specific standards and guidelines.

       • Acts as a positive representative of University of Richmond and Dining Services to all guests.

       • Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.

       • Prepare, package and serve food to customers or for order pick up.

       • Helps with inventory and stocks sales areas.

       • Assists with special projects and feedback sessions occasionally

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • A desire to be friendly and courteous to your coworkers and guests

       • Must be willing to learn new tasks and take direction

       • The ability to be professional in appearance and mannerisms while serving peers.

       • Must have ability to multi task and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment

       • Must be able to stand for long periods of time

       • Must be able to lift 25 pounds.

       • Accountability and reliability in regards to communication and scheduling.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Karen Kourkoulis
       Email:   kkourkou@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-878-8179

    Department:
       Retail Dining

    Building/Location:
       Carole Weinstein International Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Phonathon Caller

    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 the importance of annual support, 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 University.
    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 to Apply:
       Name:  Lyndsey Bell
       Email:   lyndsey.bell@ruffalonl.com


    Department:
       Annual Giving, Advancement

    Building/Location:
       Bostwick #2 (2 W. Bostwick Lane)

    Student Employment Program:
        University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:

    Level 1: $13.00

    Level 2: $15.00

     

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • 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
       Email:   jjacobs@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8724

    Department:
        Police Department

    Building/Location:
        Special Programs

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        12.00

     

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Rethink Waste Representatives

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Could I be a Rethink Waste Representative?
       YES!!
       
       We are looking for candidates to serve as Rethink Waste Representatives. This is the second and expanded iteration of what was once our Compost Coordinator program. Specific duties and qualifications are listed below, but we are looking for people with the following knowledge and understanding:
       1. Rethink Waste
       a. Why are materials disposed of in certain ways?
       b. How are different materials disposed?
       c. What materials can go where?
       2. How and where to recycle, compost, and donate on campus.
       3. What special waste streams do we have on campus and where do they exist?
       4. What reuse opportunities currently exist on campus and what other opportunities could we consider?
       
       You do not need to arrive an expert in all of this, but you do need to have a desire to want to become the expert in these areas!

     

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Education

       1. Educating anyone who is interacting with the compost (or recycling/landfill) bins available at a given location (why we’re composting, when we’re composting, how to compost, and what we’re composting).

       2. Giving presentations to a variety of classes, residence halls, or offices about any of the topics relevant to this role.

       3. Green Office Program support

       4. Education at special events.

       
       Communications

       1. Assist with developing signage

       2. Design digital communications

       3. Draft and review email and other written communications.

       
       Materials Management

       1. Ensure we are correctly capturing and processing waste materials.

       2. Manage and maintain proper bins and bags at all locations

       3. Assist with placement of bins, as needed

       4. Move compostable materials from site to storage, as needed

       5. Assist with waste audits

       6. Assist with the operation of the University of Richmond Office Supply Exchange (UROSE)

       
       Event Support

       Here is a tentative timeline of events that Rethink Waste Reps could be asked to support (this list is not comprehensive nor entirely confirmed):

       1. August - Compost rollout & trainings at the bin; Orientation Advisor training; New Student Orientation; residence hall Rethink Waste training

       2. September - Zero Waste Events

       3. October – Football Green Game

       4. November - America Recycles Day – 11/15

       5. January – New semester training

       6. February - Campus Race 2 Zero Waste kickoff; Basketball Green Game

       7. March – Campus Race 2 Zero Waste; E-Waste Collection

       8. April – Earth Day; Clothing Swap

       9. May – Zero Waste Commencement; Big Yard Sale

       
       Meetings

       1. All Rethink Waste Reps will be expected to attend regularly scheduled meetings, check-ins, and other information sharing sessions.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       1. Rethink Waste Reps don’t have to arrive as experts, but they need be able to learn new concepts quickly, have an open mind, and be willing to do what needs to be done.
       2. Rethink Waste Reps need to be outgoing and have great communication skills. A big part of this role will involve engaging with other students, faculty, and staff as an educator.
       3. Rethink Waste Reps must have excellent time management skills.
       4. Rethink Waste Reps will need to be creative. In addition to a love of waste, Rethink Waste Reps will be called upon to assist with developing signage and campus communications.
       5. Rethink Waste Reps will need to be able to life 25-50 pounds.
       6. Rethink Waste Reps must be flexible. This is a new program, so you might be called upon to do any number of other tasks necessary to keep things moving!

       If you’re interested in becoming a University of Richmond Rethink Waste Representative, please send a cover letter, resume, and student employment application to ddonalds@richmond.edu 

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   David Donaldson
       Email:   ddonalds@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8042898934

    Department:
       Events, Conferences, and Support Services/Facilities/Office for Sustainability

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.75

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Sculpture Lab Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Assist the faculty, staff, and students in the use and upkeep of the Sculpture lab spaces.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       -No prior skills required
       -Monitor open shop hours on a schedule.
       -Help maintain the cleanliness of the space.
       -Monitor the space and machine use.
       -Help build small items for the Lab spaces
       -Ability to work without direct supervision.
       -Restock supplies as needed.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       -No prior skills required

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Perrin Turner He/Him
       Email:   pturner3@richmond.edu
       Phone:   4048403228

    Department:
       Art/ Art History - Sculpture

    Building/Location:
       Modlin Center - 1st floor

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
      $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Student Concessions Manager

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Student Concessions Managers manage or co-lead sports, events or commencement related concessions offerings throughout the year. Student Concessions Managers may independently work smaller games across campus. Student Managers support management staff and other off campus employees to complete any tasks as assigned. This position performs tasks and responsibilities that are equivalent to an off campus, Dining Services staff member. Specialized skills are required to perform complex tasks. High levels of accountability and professionalism required. Attendance for events scheduled is expected as a responsibility of this position. Supervision of other student employees or volunteers is required.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Trains and mentors volunteers and/or student employees to and ensure safe, hygienic and professional behavior. Manage all aspects of keeping a cleanly, hygienic and organized space. Ensures hygienic workspaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dish washing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
       • Completes food/drink orders/production as assigned. Maintains food/drink stations. Cleans, organizes and stocks.
       • In the absence of a Manager or Lead, assists with customer questions or complaints finds workable solutions through on the spot problem solving.
       • Assists manager/lead in day-to-day operating functions such as schedule management, replenishing cash funds, deposits, inventory, ordering and other office functions. Manages Opening/Closing activities during shift, and ensures that standards are met. Assists during inclement weather planning and staffing.
       • Ensures that dress code requirements are met, and that volunteers and other staff are dressed professionally and safely for their shift.
       • Assists with conflict resolution with the assistance of the manager or lead.
       • Assists in recipe creation, social media management, and promotions development.
       • Supports and enforces all policies and guidelines
       • Assists with high level functions during inclement weather, emergency operations, or during special events
       • Assists in special projects or training as assigned by manager.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       This position requires a minimum of 10 hours a week scheduled in order to accomplish the duties of this job description.
       • 2 Years (3 full semesters cumulative experience) of experience in an on campus café, concessions stand or restaurant location with progressive duties assigned. Experience in training, mentoring and managing. OR 2 years of experience in shift leadership or high level of responsibility at an off campus food services location required.
       • Knowledge of Virginia health code standards, and mentors others to ensure sanitation and safety.
       • Complete a required food safety class prior to start of position
       • Complete a required allergen training prior to start of position
       • Excellent communication skills, reliability and accountability.
       • Must be able to work productively in a fast paced environment with little supervision.
       • Must have a friendly and approachable demeanor, and a calm attitude when under pressure.
       • Must be able to provide guidance and correction in a productive and respectful tone.
       • Must be able to stand for long periods. Must be able to lift 25 pounds.
       • Must be able to drive golf carts.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Jeff Smith (He/Him)
       Email:   jsmith26@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6538

    Department:
       Retail Operations, Concessions

    Building/Location:
       Concessions, Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Student Cooking Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Maintain organization, cleanliness and productivity of the preparation area and/or kitchen. Maintain high standards for production quantity and quality. Assist with production of cold and hot food items either in bulk or for order preparation utilizing a production list.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Work in a short order cooking function to complete production or orders.
       Help with creation, preparation, portioning, assembly and packaging of menu items.
       Restock items for kitchen preparation or service.
       Manage all aspects of keeping a cleanly, hygienic and organized space. Ensures hygienic work spaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out).

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Accountability and reliability in regards to communication and scheduling.
       Must be able to work independently, completing assigned production in a timely, efficient, organized and productive manner with little supervision.
       Follow kitchen safety regulations and mentor others in safe practices
       Must be able to stand for duration of shift, bending, lifting, reaching is a part of the position.
       Must be able to safely use hot/cold/sharp kitchen equipment (cut gloves provided)
       Preferable; have at least 1 year of food production background. etc. kitchen, diner, sandwich shop, deli, café preparing sandwiches or other grab and go items, or other cold/hot foods production facility.)

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Michelle Taylor
       Email:   mtaylor2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8042898516

    Department:
       HDC

    Building/Location:
       Heilman Dining Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Student Speech Consultant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       To listen to and review speeches and presentations with clients who visit the Speech Center for individual and/or group practice.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. To listen to and review speeches and presentations with clients who visit the Speech Center for individual and/or group practice.
       
       2. To give appropriate feedback, critically question and evaluate clients’ presentations.
       
       3. To communicate promptly in writing with a student’s instructor regarding action taken during the appointment.
       
       4. To assist in speech preparation without writing or creating the speech.
       
       5. To responsibly maintain a professional demeanor at the Center by demonstrating an attitude of encouragement, adhering to operating procedures and tutoring guidelines, handling equipment and resources properly, maintaining client confidentiality, being prompt for appointments and exhibiting thoroughness in all Speech Center work.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Students in their first, second or third year who have successfully completed Public Speaking-RHCS 100, Rhetorical Theory-RHCS 103, Interpreting Rhetorical Texts-RHCS 104, a First Year Seminar or any 100-, 200-, or 300-level course that is oral intensive are eligible. Candidates need not be majors or minors in Rhetoric and Communication Studies. Because of the time requirements for staff at the Speech Center, students who apply should maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 in their courses of study. Involvement in school activities and related tutoring experience is helpful. Faculty recommendations will be sought, and an interview with the Speech Center Director is required.
       
       Consultant applications are available online and at the Speech Center. Completed applications must be submitted no later than September 30. An interview will be scheduled when the application is submitted. Applicants will be notified of selection by late October. Approved applicants are responsible for registering for the RHCS 333 seminar for the spring semester.
       
       Note: The number of applicants approved will vary each year depending on staff requirements.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Linda Hobgood (she/her/hers)
       Email:   lhobgood@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 289-8814

    Department:
       Speech Center

    Building/Location:
       Weinstein Hall

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Student Video Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Videographer will provide video services for assigned Richmond Spider Athletic teams as well as assist the Video Coordinator with administrative tasks as needed.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Film practices for multiple assigned sports

       • Film home (and potentially away) games while in season

       • Assist Video Coordinator with administrative tasks

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Basic knowledge or interest of assigned sports

       • Ability to work nights, weekends, and some holidays

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Alex Day
       Email:   aday@richmond.edu

    Department:
       Athletics - Video

    Building/Location:
       Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Student Writing Consultant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       After successfully completing a semester-long training course, ENGL 383, many writing consultants hold walk-in hours at the Writing Center during their weekly shifts, while others are assigned to specific courses and instructors.
       
       When assigned to a course, the writing consultant’s main responsibility is to provide appropriate written commentary on students’ rough drafts and to meet students in brief writing conferences to provide feedback and helpful writing tips.
       
       During weekly shifts at the Center, the consultant will meet with students to review drafts or provide pre-writing guidance in person or via Zoom.
       
       Various paid opportunities arise throughout the semester, allowing consultants to participate in workshops, orientations, and other campus events.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       - Provide students with appropriate feedback on their drafts or outlines in accordance with ENGL 383 training, the University Honor Code, and assignment instructions.
       - Arrive to all scheduled shifts and meetings on time and prepared.
       - Maintain a high level of professionalism during interactions with students and instructors.
       - Submit summary reports after each consultation in a timely fashion.
       - Promptly respond to correspondences from instructors, students, and Writing Center staff.
       - Carefully track and submit hours and all required paperwork.
       
        For further information, see our page: https://writing.richmond.edu/consultants/index.html

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Students should be rising or current sophomores or juniors with excellent writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Rising seniors must take the training class in their junior year.
       
       Experience with Zoom is preferred, but training is available.
       
       Applicants must request permission to enroll in the training course, English 383: Composition Theory and Pedagogy, which is taught each semester.
       
        Applicants must:
       
        - have an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher;
       
       - contact Director Joe Essid;
       
       - provide a writing sample of at least three pages that illustrates one’s best writing; and
       
       - request a letter of recommendation from a professor (this can be e-mailed to Dr. Essid).
       
        If accepted into the program, applicants will be given departmental permission to enroll in English 383. Becoming a fully active writing consultant is contingent upon successfully completing the required training course with at least B+ and the personal approval from the instructor of the course.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Joe Essid (He/Him/His)
       Email:   jessid@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 289-8935

    Department:
       Writing Center

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Library Room 171A

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $14.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook

  • Sustainability Communications Intern

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       University of Richmond Sustainability relies heavily on its website, newsletter, and social media platforms to communicate with the UR community. The Sustainability Communications Intern promotes awareness of UR Sustainability initiatives, educates campus, and invites student participation in events, programs, and volunteer opportunities by creating content for the office’s social media accounts. This intern works closely with the office’s Graphic Design intern.
       
       To apply, please complete an application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSedCj-yP1tVnxqZGpEwyFDclqZw2N7tY73UR2JCGQjea977gQ/viewform?usp=sf_link.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Create a weekly social media schedule spreadsheet for Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
       2. Create content for the UR Sustainability’s social media accounts.
        - Take pictures or videos for daily posts.
        - Create content for 2-3 stories per week that is unique from content in posts.
        - Follow relevant accounts.
        - Reply to comments and DMs (direct messages).
        - Share content from UR Rethink Waste.
       3. Assess the effectiveness of current media and outreach strategies. Develop and implement improvement strategies where needed.
       4. Create questions for and conduct Sustainability Champion interviews.
       5. Work with Graphic Design Intern to produce engaging and educational videos and reels about a variety of sustainability topics.
        - Research, pitch, and storyboard video concepts.
        - Film and edit videos for publication on the office’s website and social media.
       6. Attend weekly intern meetings.
       7. Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       The Sustainability Communications Intern should have experience using social media (Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook) and/or other relevant communications platforms. Experience with photography or videography is a plus. An interest in sustainability is required.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Kelsey Fastabend (she/her)
       Email:   kfastabe@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-1280

    Department:
       Office for Sustainability

    Building/Location:
       Physical Plant

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Tyler’s Café Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Performs tasks utilizing skills and knowledge that can be learned on the job, some independent decision-making in areas with low-to-moderate accountability, moderate level of responsibility and judgment for a variety of tasks, and tasks may be manual and/or repetitive in nature. Sound judgment in supervisor’s absence, and general instruction from a supervisor with little follow-up required. Specific tasks will vary depending on departmental position

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

       • Assist with on-campus errands and projects

       • Perform routine and repetitive departmental tasks

       • Perform required duties and responsibilities with minimal supervision

       • Provide excellent customer service; respond to questions, concerns, or complaints in a proactive manner

       • Maintain organization and cleanliness in areas of employment; perform periodic checks on supplies, materials, procedures, outcomes, equipment, facility, etc.

       • Assist with day to day functions of department

       • Once trained, Operate University property, equipment, vehicles, software and hardware without supervision

       • Perform other duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Knowledge of services performed and provided by office/department

       • Willingness to expand knowledge beyond basic job duties and skills

       • Attention to detail and high level of organization

       • Ability to balance and prioritize a high volume of departmental tasks with customer

       • service-related work

       • Possess effective communication skills; ability to deliver customer service in a friendly and helpful manner

       • Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion working with sensitive and private information

       • Ability to work independently

       • Ability to interact with all levels of staff, faculty, customers, and community

       • Experience with and/or ability to learn various software programs, equipment, or tools necessary to perform job preferred but not necessarily required

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   David Kelly
       Email:   dkelly2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8509

    Department:
       Tyler’s

    Building/Location:
       Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • University Renewable Energy Ed. Project UREEP

    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.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Assist with student, faculty, staff, and community outreach and education related to renewable energy
       2. Conduct research about 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 online) skills
       4. Strong organizational skills
       5. Attention to detail
       6. Ability to work independently and pro‐actively to complete assignments

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Mary Finley-Brook (She, Her)
       Email:   mbrook@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804287-6307

    Department:
       Geography, Environment, & Sustanability

    Building/Location:
       Carole Weinstein International Center

    Student Employment Program:
       Both Federal Work Study (FWS)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • UREMS -Student EMT

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       UREMS is student-run organization of dedicated first responders who offer assistance in the event of a medical emergency on campus. Members respond to 911 calls usually in teams of two alongside the University of Richmond Police 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout the academic year. Members on call are paid per call out while on duty. UREMS also works extra duty events on campus and are paid for the time working the event. On-duty providers carry equipment bags during their shift and respond to emergencies on campus. UREMS is a subsidiary of Richmond Ambulance Authority (RAA) and works in conjunction with the University of Richmond Police Department (URPD).

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Members are required to remain on-campus during 24-hour shifts

       • Physically able to climb stairs

       • Physically able to assist in lifting heavy equipment (stretchers) and moving patients

       • Physically able to walk and stand for extended periods of time, carry EMS jump-bag, carry portable radio, and carry a

        phone Complete equipment checks (bags, medical equipment, vehicle, radio, pager, etc) at the start of every shift

       • Respond to every medical emergency UREMS is dispatched to while on duty

       • Notify URPD if you encounter a medical emergency

       • Staff University special events, such as football, basketball, and other athletic events

       • Strictly maintain patient confidentiality at all times

       • Effectively treat and manage medical and traumatic emergencies according to RAA protocols and EMT training

       • Maintain professionalism and competencies in potentially stressful and emergent situations

       • Promote health and wellness on campus

       • Represent the University, UREMS, and RAA positively and respectfully

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Employ proper RAA, Henrico Fire, and URPD radio communication procedures

       • Be comfortable providing all treatments and interventions required and indicated under RAA protocols, up to the BLS

        scope-of-practice level

       • Ability to perform a patient assessment

       • Comprehend and carry out instructions

       • Possess clear and concise written and oral communications skills

       • Remain alert

       • Ability to work nights and weekends, in various inclement conditions

       • Ability to promptly respond to calls 24 hours/day, while on duty

       • Have and maintain minimum 2.5 GPA

       • Have and maintain minimum of Virginia EMT-B and CPR certification

       • Certified as an EMT-B or higher in the state of Virginia

       • NIMS 100, 200, 700

       • American Heart Association BLS CPR & AED certification, Red Cross or equivalent

       • 4 (four) ambulance ride-alongs with RAA

       • RAA EVOC (to be completed after joining)

       • Previous volunteer experience

       • Previous EMS experience

       • Previous work experience

       • Emergency vehicle operation experience

       • Valid driver’s license

       • Must be enrolled at the University of Richmond as a student

       • Must be able to pass a criminal background check

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  John Jacobs
       Email:   jjacobs@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8724

    Department:
        Police Department

    Building/Location:
        Special Programs

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        15.00

     

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.