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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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  • Advancement Data Entry Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

     Now Hiring for Spring 2024

       Assistant will be responsible for accurate data entry, conducting constituent research and updating biographical information, scanning and filing documents, outgoing mail, and providing general administrative support. The position will expose the Assistant to various data management programs including CRM and research databases. In addition to the tasks listed, the Assistant may develop data analytics and management skills with the possibility of further leadership opportunities.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Data entry and cleanup.
       2. Constituent research and biographical updates (names, addresses, and relationships).
       3. Scanning and filing.
       4. Folding, stuffing, and mailing receipts and reminders of intent.
       5. Growth opportunities in data analytics and leadership.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       1. Computer skills, proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel.
       2. Experience with data analytics or data visualizations is a plus, but not required. (Training will be ongoing, as needed.)
       3. Detail oriented.
       4. Strong organizational skills and ability.
       5. Research skills, using internet and subscription-based products.
       6. Reliable and ability to work independently and under deadlines.
       7. Strict adherence to confidentiality policy.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Christin Harris, she/her/hers
       Email:   christin.harris@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6559

    Department:
       Advancement Systems

    Building/Location:
       3 W. Bostwick Ln.

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $12.25

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletic Training Aide

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Spring 2024

       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:   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.

  • Cafe Assistant - Tyler’s

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Now Hiring for Spring 2024!

        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

    Currently hiring for both morning and evening shifts. Nights is from 4:30pm to 9:30pm and morning hours are flexible.

    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 Tyler’s
        • 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 and Pronouns:   David Kelly
       Email:   dkelly2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8509

    Department:
       Dining services-Tyler’s

    Building/Location:
       Tyler Haynes Commons

    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.

  • 8:15 Cafe Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Spring 2024!   

    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 per recipe 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.
    • 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:  Nia Williams (she/her)
       Email:   nwillia2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8316

    Department:
       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.

  • Catering Banquet Server or Kitchen Support

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now accepting applications for Spring, 2024!

    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.

  • Cellar Cafe Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:   

       Now Hiring for Spring 2024!   

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

     

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Corry Comstock and Mike Scampoli
       Email:   ccomstoc@richmond.edu mscampol@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6820

    Department:
       The Cellar-Retail Services

    Building/Location:
       Tyler Haynes Commons

    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.

  • Digital Engagement Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Spring 2024!  

    Assists Digital Collections Librarian by working to prepare materials for preservation, digital collections, scholarship repository, and other platforms by digitizing or capturing materials, editing files using Capture One Cultural Heritage, and correcting transcriptions. This position requires skills beyond those typically expected of an undergraduate student. May aid in basic supervision and/or training of other student workers. Responsible for highly complex tasks. Independent problem-solving and critical thinking abilities are necessary to perform duties. Strong initiative and decision-making abilities required in planning and prioritizing personal workload and the work of other student employees. Work with minimal supervision while providing leadership and management of projects and/or other student workers is expected.

       

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:   

    -Perform digital image capture using Phase One R-Cam (reprographic camera), motorized copy stand, and related photo editing software, Capture One Cultural Heritage

    - Physically handle fragile and/or rare materials from BAARB, University Archives, or other University collections.

    - Apply knowledge of digital imaging procedures to digitization projects

    - Edit and process digital image files in preparation for digital preservation and digital collections.

    - Crop and output image files according to varied project specifications, using Capture One Cultural Heritage, Adobe Acrobat, etc.

    - Apply quality assurance measures to digitized documents including review and correction of optical   character recognition (OCR), processing and file-naming errors, missed pages, faulty cropping, etc.

    - Conduct file conversion of digital images to prepare documents for preservation and/or UR Scholarship Repository

    - Also assist with transcription or digitization of audio, audiovisual, and handwritten materials

    - Exercise good judgment and independent decision making

    - Perform other duties as assigned

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:   

    - Knowledge of digital library resources

    - Attention to detail and high degree of accuracy

    - Ability to work independently

    - Existing experience with digital photography and/or digital library projects (preferred)

    - Knowledge of digital imaging hardware and software (preferred)

    - Experience with Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop (preferred)

    - Interest in Library Science, English, History, or other humanities (preferred)

    - Work a minimum of 5 hours per week

    - Majority of hours worked between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., with supplemental remote hours possible

       

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:  Warner West (he/him)
       Email:   warner.west@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8942

    Department:
       Digital Engagement (Boatwright Library)

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Library, Second Floor Office Suite

    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.

  • 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.

  • Human Resources Staff Assistant for SPCS

    Description

    Job Summary:

    Support the Human Resource Management (HRM) program faculty and staff through administrative support and research tasks in the graduate certificate and master’s in human resource management degree programs. The student worker will primarily provide administrative support to the Chair and HRM program staff with:

    • Basic office work, filing, organizing, etc.
    • Database entry (limited)
    • File/track documents for various classes
    • Copy materials for meetings, classes, and course content
    • Create materials for student orientations and registrations and program-related content,
    • Provide faculty support, as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Specific Duties:

    • Conduct research on HRM degree programs at peer universities to include admissions policies,        curriculum, degree requirements, syllabi, and related materials.
    • Compile data and prepare reports summarizing the findings for program review for the masters and graduate certificate programs.
    • Curate content for curriculum and course revisions.
    • Create innovative methods and strategies to recruit new HRM students.
    • Track HRM graduates and their promotions through online searches or emails/surveys to graduates. Track professional certifications earned by graduates and current students.
    • Create an onboarding process for adjunct faculty members.
    • Search UR SPCS alumni database for HR and general business leaders who may serve as advisors to the HRM program.
    • Research employers in the area and region for potential HRM partnerships to recruit students.

    Qualifications:

    • Perform various administrative support functions.
    • Excellent interpersonal and verbal written communication skills.
    • Knowledge of software programs and databases, such as Word, Excel, and other related software.
    • 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 exercise good judgment, independent decision-making confidentiality, and FERPA and ADA compliance.

    Contact to Apply:

         Name:  Tracy Nicholson

         Email:  tnichols@richmond.edu

         Phone:  804-287-1246

    Department:

    • School of Professional and Continuing Studies, Human Resource Management

    Building/Location:

    • Special Programs

    Student Employment Program: 

    • Federal Work Study (FWS)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:

    • $13.00

     

  • Jewish Life/Hillel Student Intern

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Jewish Life/Hillel student intern team assists with ongoing development of Jewish relationships, education, and programming for undergraduate students at the University of Richmond. Each intern will work on coordination with the Jewish Chaplain and Director of Religious to engage students one-on-one and in small groups, while also working to create events or craft initiatives around a particular programmatic focus.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
       • Build relationships and organize one-on-one and small group meet ups with a group of students.
       • Manage personal interactions and assist with of Jewish Life/Hillel programming in coordination with Jewish Chaplain and Director of Religious Life.
       • Each intern will be responsible for creating and implementing programs and strategies within their area of focus.
          o Areas of focus may include social media and marketing, Shabbat and holidays, social and cultural programs, Jewish Education, Israel education, etc.
       • Participate in leadership trainings and ongoing meetings with supervisor and Intern team.
       • Assist with set up and take-down for Jewish Life services and programs as needed.
       • Be a welcoming and positive presence at Jewish Life and Hillel programs.
       • Contribute to Hillel social media by promoting programs and initiatives relevant to your programming portfolio, being mindful of Chaplaincy and Hillel social media brands and goals.
       • Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Must understand and appreciate the diversity of Jewish traditions, and a willingness to learn more about other cultures, customs, and beliefs.
       • Previous engagement with Jewish Life programming and events preferred.
       • Must possess strong typing skills, proficiency with computers and MS office programs.
       • Must have the ability to handle confidential information and situations in a discreet manner.
       • Must possess ability to work independently and interact with all levels of staff, faculty, customers, and community.
       • Should have good problem-solving and decision-making skills and the ability to work independently and meet deadlines as assigned.
       • Attention to detail and high level of organization
       • Ability to balance and prioritize a high volume of departmental tasks with customer service-related work
       • Possess effective communication skills
       • Ability to work 6 hours maximum per week.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Joshua Jeffreys (he/him)
       Email:   JJeffrey@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8617

    Department:
       Chaplaincy

    Building/Location:
       Wilton Center

    Student Employment Program:
       University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $12.00

  • 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 and Pronouns:  Rachel Singer (she/her)
       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 Cafe 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; Grub Hub Active Cashier, point of sale 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.

    We are looking to hire new student employees for when Passport Cafe re-opens in late February 2024.

     

    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 (she/her)
       Email:   kkourkou@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 287-1877

    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 and parents. 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 and parents. This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Responsible for calling a minimum of two sessions per week. Each session is 3.5 hours long. 
             The schedule is as follows:
             Mondays-Thursdays 5:30pm-9:00pm
             Fridays 2:00pm-5:30pm

       Arrive to each calling shift on time with a positive attitude.
       
       Participate in ongoing training and coaching that will help you to gain a deeper understanding of the University and the importance of annual support, as well as learning successful solicitation strategies and Phonathon procedures.
       
       Using detailed scripts and calling segments, call alumni and parents to request gifts to the University.
       
       Work with other callers in a team-oriented environment.
       
       Handle personal information with discretion and confidentiality.
       
       Have Fun!

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       A current student of the University of Richmond and in good academic standing
       
       Cannot be paid through Federal Work Study(FWS) eligibility, but FWS-eligible students can apply and be paid through the University Work Program
       
       Excellent spoken and written English
       
       Thorough knowledge of the University
       
       Reliable and dedicated
       
       Confident and friendly disposition
       
       Strong communication and negotiation skills
       
       A positive attitude and a willingness to talk with alumni, parents and friends of the University.


    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Cora Jane Sly She/Her
       Email:   corajane.sly@ruffalonl.com
       Phone:   804-289-8201

    Department:
       Annual Giving

    Building/Location:
       Bostwick House #2

    Student Employment Program:
      University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • QRC Peer Facilitator

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Quantitative Resource Center (QRC) offers support for quantitative and computational learning across various academic subjects through tutoring, consulting, and training services. The QRC is conveniently situated on the second floor of the Boatwright Memorial Library adjacent to the Technology Learning Center (TLC). Our assistance covers a range of quantitative needs, including personalized and collaborative support for subjects relating to mathematics and programming, to help students excel in their coursework.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Communicate effectively and provide clear and accurate explanations to questions
       • Provide one-on-one or small group instruction tailored to the student’s needs
       • Engage in comfortable and professional interaction with colleagues, students, staff, and faculty
       • Commit to a minimum of 8 hours a week at the QRC

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Effective communication skills, with the ability to deliver clear and precise responses
       • Proficiency in one or more computational languages (e.g., Python or R) or software (e.g., Excel)
       • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities for code/software troubleshooting
       • Adaptability to embrace new programming languages as the job demands


    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Erica Modeste (she/her)
       Email:   erica.modeste@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6436

    Department:
       Office of the Provost

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Library, Room 214

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • QRC Peer Mentor

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Quantitative Resource Center (QRC) offers support for quantitative and computational learning across various academic subjects through tutoring, consulting, and training services. The QRC is conveniently situated on the second floor of the Boatwright Memorial Library adjacent to the Technology Learning Center (TLC). Our assistance covers a range of quantitative needs, including personalized and collaborative support for subjects relating to mathematics and programming, to help students excel in their coursework.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Communicate effectively and provide clear and accurate explanations to questions
       • Provide one-on-one or small group instruction tailored to the student’s needs
       • Engage in comfortable and professional interaction with colleagues, students, staff, and faculty
       • Commit to a minimum of 8 hours a week at the QRC

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Effective communication skills, with the ability to deliver clear and precise responses
       • Proficiency in one or more quantitative courses (e.g. Calculus, Physics, Economics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, etc) Please contact me for the complete list
       • Exhibit a positive attitude and enthusiasm for teaching and helping students succeed


    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Erica Modeste (she/her)
       Email:   erica.modeste@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6436

    Department:
       Office of the Provost

    Building/Location:
       Boatwright Library, Room 214

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $13.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Reunion Student Ambassador

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:  Apply by April 1 for Summer 2024!

    Ambassadors serve as liaisons to 14 reunion classes who return to campus for three days of festivities. Specific responsibilities include talking to alumni about student life, greeting alumni at registration, attending alumni class events, assisting alumni with way finding, and making everyone feel welcome back on campus. This is a paid position.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:  

    • Commitment to work one weekend, Thursday, May 30 at 11:00 a.m. through Sunday, June 2 at 2:00 p.m.
    • Attending RSA training on Thursday, May 30
    • Attending the RSA wrap-up meeting on Sunday, June 2
    • Talking to alumni about student life
    • Attending reunion class events
    • Greeting alumni at the welcome center
    • Assisting alumni with way finding
    • Making all alumni feel welcome back on campus
    • Other duties as assigned by the program coordinator

       

    QUALIFICATIONS:  

    All qualified candidates must be full-time UR students. Graduating seniors are encouraged to apply! All candidates must also be in good standing with the University. International student candidates who are graduating in May cannot apply due to visa requirements.

     

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Charlotte Pfamatter 
       Email:  charlotte.pfamatter@richmond.edu
       Phone:  804-287-8984

    Department:
       Alumni Engagement

    Building/Location:
       Jepson Alumni 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.

  • Sculpture Lab Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Spring 2024!

    Assist the faculty, staff, and students in the use and upkeep of the Sculpture lab spaces. This is a safety monitoring position; lab assistants do not give instruction on the use of machines in lab spaces.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    -Monitor open shop hours on a schedule.

    -Help maintain the cleanliness of the space.

    -Monitor the space and oversee correct machine use procedures.

    -Help build small items, or process materials for Lab spaces.

    -Ability to work without direct supervision.

    -Restock and dispose of supplies as needed.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    -No prior skills necessary.

    -Shop experience and ability to use machinery like a table saw, welder, or laser cutter is a plus but not a requirement.

    -Interest in making and learning new craft skills. Shop technician will teach lab assistants how to use machinery and specific processes including but not limited to woodworking, metalworking, and digital fabrication


    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Rob Redfearn (he/him)
       Email:   rob.redfearn@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-662-3394

    Department:
       Art and Art History

    Building/Location:
       Keller Hall/Woodshop V108


    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.

  • SpiderBoard 2024-2025

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Fall, 2024 and Spring, 2025   

    To see a summary of the open position summaries, please follow this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XLWJvIRx4RVREN7DOoVvwRQ2UzIGJo9ISMFBbNhseHg/edit?usp=sharing

    NOTE: Salaries range from $12-14 based on the position title.

     

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:   

    To see a summary of the open position duties, please follow this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XLWJvIRx4RVREN7DOoVvwRQ2UzIGJo9ISMFBbNhseHg/edit?usp=sharing

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    There are no specific qualifications for these roles, as they are entry-level positions. However, creative students with strong leadership skills & a background or interest in public relations & event planning will be the most successful in these positions.


    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:  Taylor Hoogsteden; She/Her/Ella
       Email:   taylor.hoogsteden@richmond.edu
       Phone:  609.462.3798

    Department:
       The Center for Student Involvment

    Building/Location:
       Tyler Haynes Commons, Room 340


    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 Cooking Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024

    Assist with production of cold and hot food items either in bulk or for order preparation. Maintain organization, cleanliness and productivity of the preparation area and/or kitchen. Maintain high standards for production quantity and quality. Independent problem solving and critical thinking abilities are required. A strong initiative and an ability to manage complex tasks is expected.

    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.
    • Answer questions regarding menu items and ingredients.
    • Restock items for kitchen preparation or service.
    • Safely handle all food products, ensuring good storage, dating and quality.
    • Complete any tasks assigned by manager.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    This position requires a high level of accountability and working knowledge of health codes, hygiene and safe practices. Student employees who can work 5 or more hours per week are preferred.

    Preferable; have at least 1 year of food production background (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 and Pronouns:   Michelle Taylor
       Email:   mtaylor2@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804 289-8516

    Department:
       Heilman Dining Center/Catering

    Building/Location:
       Heilman Dining

    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.

  • Student Writing Consultant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Hiring occurs during Fall and Spring enrollment periods due to requisite ENGL 383

    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:
         
         -contact Director Joe Essid;
         
         - provide a writing sample of at least three pages that illustrates one’s best writing
         
         - 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

  • Summer Camps Student Manager

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Now Hiring For Summer, 2024. This job begins May 15 and ends August 5, 2024.

    During the summer months, the University hosts an array of conferences and summer camps for over 8,000 guests. We strive to provide consistent high-level services from mid-May through the beginning of August. We are known for courteous, friendly, and competent service as well as unparalleled facilities.

    In order to help facilitate these programs, our office is seeking to employ students that have strong initiative, excellent decision-making and problem-solving skills, the ability to provide remarkable customer service, and can work both independently and as part of a team at times without direct supervision.

    Students will be directly involved with all elements of event planning and execution including:

    Pre-event planning, Prompt communication, Event check-in & out

    Housing preparation Catering & dining logistics, Meeting space arrangements A/V Staff & Equipment, Visitor parking passes, Event schedules

    Students will serve as representatives for the University, and they must be friendly and committed to excellent service and group work concepts. Each manager should expect to make numerous contacts across campus with staff and faculty in many departments. In addition, our clients expect to work with students and look forward to the experience.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Serve as a resource for clients and guests by providing information, direction, and answers in a courteous and timely manner.
    • Be aware of the event schedule and of which groups are on campus including their schedule, housing, catering, and meeting needs.
    • Perform duties necessary to maintain camp and conference programming.
    • Expect a rotating schedule based on camp and conference needs:

    o Each day is different; student managers should be comfortable with a changing work environment.

    o Managers will be scheduled for overnight on-call shifts to address camp and conference needs. When scheduled for this shift, managers must

    remain within a five-mile radius of their on-campus residence and answer

    all phone calls.

    • Student managers are considered essential personnel during campus emergencies.
    • Assume responsibility for keys and access cards to University locations.
    • Prepare for arrival of guests by organizing keys, access cards, and parking passes as well as by performing residence hall and meeting room inspections.
    • Assist with registration by directing guests, monitoring traffic, and answering questions.

    o Student managers are responsible for the placement of directional signage on campus 12 hours prior to each program’s start time.

    • Answer the office telephone and cell phone; monitor emails; reply to all inquiries as well as take and deliver guest emergency messages.
    • Attend staff meetings.
    • Report to Camps and Conferences administration.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Be enrolled at the University of Richmond
    • Be in good judicial and academic standing
    • Have a demonstrated strong work ethic
    • Ability to meet deadlines and the ability to ask for help when needed
    • Have a comprehensive knowledge of campus and location of facilities and points of interest
    • Strong interpersonal skills; written and verbal communication
    • Valid driving record
    • Knowledge of MS Office computer applications
    • Cannot hold another job or attend summer school sessions.1

    Student managers are expected to reside on campus during the entire time Camps and Conferences are in operation. Housing and Food are provided in addition to a competitive hourly rate. Student managers will be scheduled to work 40 hours per week; however weekly schedules and length of shifts will vary based on the demands of scheduled events.

       
    Contact to Apply:

       Name:  Jonathan Williams
       Email:   jwillia7@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 289-8934

    Department:
       Camps, Conferences and External Events

    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

  • UREMS -Student EMT

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Hiring is currently ongoing

       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.