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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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  • Academic Support Tutor

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Under the guidance of the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support and Student Services, the Academic Support Tutor will provide academic assistance and tutoring services to assigned student-athletes.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Provide writing and/or content-area support for student-athletes
    • Develop a professional relationship and maintain the utmost integrity while working with assigned students.
    • Assist assigned students with developing 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 needed currently)
    • Good communication and collaboration skills
    • Available to work 3-6 hours per week, evenings and weekends included

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

    Department:
     Athletics - Academic Support

    Building/Location:
    Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11

    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 football season. We are seeking motivated, professional, dependable individuals with a strong work ethic. Day to day duties will vary depending on needs.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       ¿ Assist the athletic trainers on duty with the set-up and breakdown of football practice including minimal manual labor
       ¿ Requires early campus arrival in the fall for football pre-season practice (provided meals & lodging during pre-season) and working hours could vary from 4-8 hours a day;
       ¿ Opportunity to assist the Sports Medicine Staff on the sideline during home football games
       ¿ Assist a football position coach during practice and games with rehydration of players

    QUALIFICATIONS:

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

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

    Department:
     Athletics - Sports Medicine

    Building/Location:
    Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Athletics - Fueling Station Attendant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

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

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

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

    QUALIFICATIONS:

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

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

    Department:
     Athletics - Sports Medicine

    Building/Location:
    Robins Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

    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 athletic events in a variety of capacities including videography, photography, graphic design, on-field table crew, and press box assistants. We are seeking motivated, professional and reliable individuals who want to get involved in the PR world or make some extra money while attending athletic events.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    Specific duties vary from sport to sport and game to game. However, consistent requirements across sports can include operating cameras for sports broadcasts, tracking player participation, assisting with team social media accounts, and operating on-field cameras for action shots and highlight clips.

    As a student worker, you get to PICK YOUR OWN HOURS! If you are available a lot one week and not much the next, you get to make this job fit your schedule.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    A strong work ethic and consistency in your work is most important. No prior experience is necessary. Applicants should be expect to learn a variety of skills while on the job. If you don’t know how to do something, we will teach you, and if there is a specific skill you want to learn, we are here to help!

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Jason Vida
       Email:   jvida@richmond.edu
       Phone:  (267) 566-2130

    Department:
       Athletics - Public Relations

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

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Banquet Server or Kitchen Support

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       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.ede
       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:
        $13.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • BML Book Arts Studio Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Book Arts Studio student assistant performs a variety of tasks directly related to the operation of the Book Arts Studio at Boatwright Library. Students will be tasked with general studio maintenance, including: supply organization, studio prep for instruction, redistributing metal type, regular maintenance of studio equipment, and material prep for Book Arts projects and instruction. Student assistants also work closely with the Book Arts Program Director to create handmade books, prints, and other creative project samples for instruction. Position works moderately independently with frequent feedback from supervisor. Attention to detail and independent creative problem solving are crucial.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Assists Book Arts Program Director with creation of creative project samples, including handmade books, letterpress prints, and relief prints, among others
       • Assists with organization, set-up, and breakdown of Book Arts Studio pop-up maker events
       • Organizes and maintains accurate count of studio tools and materials
       • Performs maintenance of studio tools and equipment as needed
       • Preps materials and studio for class instruction
       • Redistributes metal type to correct drawers after class use
       • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • Interest in book arts and printmaking, specifically letterpress printing and book making
       • Employee must be a UR student in good-standing and currently enrolled at UR in either an undergraduate or graduate program
       • Previous experience with art materials, including drawing and relief printing preferred
       • Must possesses the ability to pay attention to details, problem solve, and think critically
       • Must be able to lift objects weighing 30 pounds or less
       • Must be able to work independently and follow written instructions when necessary
       • Must communicate clearly and timely using both verbal skills and e-mail
       • Must be available to work 6–10 hours per week between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Jen Thomas (she/her)
       Email:   jthomas8@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8450

    Department:
       Rare Books & Special Collections

    Building/Location:
         Boatwright Memorial Library

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

    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 Christine Most at cmost@richmond.edu if you have any questions.

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Carrico Center Student Program Manager

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Carrico Center Student Program Manager position begins when the academic session starts back up and, if hired, student will be expected to maintain the pro bono partner commitments through the following summer and plan for upcoming year of Carrico Center programming. Flexible hours, with weekly in-person meetings required.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Provides program support and leadership to one or more of the Carrico Pro Bono Center programs.
    • Communicates with Carrico Center program partners and other community organizations.
    • Other duties assigned.
    • Position is on-campus and off-campus with community partners.
    • Applicants must be a law student; 2L/3L candidates only.
    • Carrico Center Student Program Manager is expected to work 3-5 hours a week.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Applicants must be a law student; 2L/3L candidates only.

    Contact to Apply:
    Name: Tara Casey
    Email: tcasey@richmond.edu
    Phone: 804-287-1207

    Department:
    University of Richmond School of Law

    Building/Location:
    Law School

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
    11.30

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Financial Aid Student Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Respond to general inquiries regarding financial aid programs, processes, and procedures. Assist with front counter/reception area coverage, telephone inquiries, data entry, confidential information intake, and scanning.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1) Ensure a high level of customer service to students/visitors, and parents visiting the front office reception area. Respond to in-person and telephone inquiries regarding financial aid programs, processes, and procedures.
       2) Support front office operations by aiding with confidential information intake and processing by logging in/distributing postal mail and faxes, photocopying, alphabetizing, collating materials, filing, preparing mailings, and scanning.
       3) Facilitate job placement process for students completing on-campus employment paperwork by responding to general questions.
       4) Assist staff with program-specific clerical tasks, including comparing rosters, preparing mailings, verifying the accuracy of spreadsheets, etc.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Previous office experience preferred. Students must be detail-oriented, mature, reliable, and possess a strong work ethic and a high level of integrity. Students must have excellent communication skills and possess the ability to safeguard confidential information. Microsoft Word and Excel skills required.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Tyler Payne
       Email:   tpayne3@richmond.edu
       Phone:   (804) 289-8438

    Department:
       Office of Financial Aid

    Building/Location:
       Queally Center, Suite 214

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • The 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.
       Please apply by emailing an application provided on the Student Employment Website to Melissa Comstock mcomstoc@richmond.edu or Richard Thomas rthomas5@richmond.edu      

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • 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 regulations
       • 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:  

    This position requires staff to be 21 years old and a law or graduate student as it pertains to alcohol usage and laws.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Melissa Comstock
       Email:   mcomstoc@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $13.50

  • The Cellar - Cashier

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Cellar is hiring cashiers for the Spring semester. Work with a staff of your peers in a fun, fast-paced environment. Free meal for every shift worked.
       Shifts available from 4:00 pm-8:30 pm or 8:30 pm-12:30 am
       Please apply by emailing an application provided on the Student Employment Website to Melissa Comstock mcomstoc@richmond.edu or Richard Thomas rthomas5@richmond.edu      

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Duties include handing out completed menu items to students who placed an order through GrubHub and making drinks to accompany those items including milkshakes. Cashiers will also maintain a clean and sanitized work area and help portion sauces for the expeditor at the beginning of the shift and as needed through the night.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  

    •   No experience necessary, we will train you.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Melissa Comstock
       Email:   mcomstoc@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

     For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • The Cellar - Cook

    Description

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Food Prep- cutting vegetables and other items, preparing recipes for service.
    • Cooking food to order. Working at an assigned station making orders as they come to the kitchen.
    • Cleaning and sanitizing workspace, washing dishes, handling trash, and recycling.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • No experience required. We will train you. A uniform shirt will also be provided.

    Contact to Apply:
    Name: Melissa Comstock
    Email: mcomstoc@richmond.edu
    Phone: 804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.05

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • The Cellar - Cooking Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

        The Cellar is hiring Cooking Assistants for the fall semester. Work with a staff of your peers in a fun, fast-paced environment. Free meal for every shift worked. Shifts available from 4:00 pm-9:00 pm, 7:00pm-11pm or 9:00pm-Close
       
        Please apply by emailing an application provided on the Student Employment Website to Melissa Comstock mcomstoc@richmond.edu or Richard Thomas rthomas5@richmond.edu

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

        Food Prep- cutting vegetables and other items, preparing recipes for service.
        Cooking food to order. Working at an assigned station making orders as they come to the kitchen.
        Cleaning and sanitizing workspace, washing dishes, handling trash, and recycling.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       This position requires a high level of accountability and working knowledge of health codes, hygiene and safe practices.
       -Required; must be able to follow applicable health codes pertaining to food quality and safety
       -- 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)

    Contact to Apply:
    Name: Melissa Comstock
    Email: mcomstoc@richmond.edu
    Phone: 804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.70

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • The Cellar - Student Customer Relations Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Customer Relations Assistant is required to know all policies and follow them. The Student Customer Relations Assistant oversees successful front of house operations and assists in all functions of the front-of-the-house restaurant, customer satisfaction, and organization. The Student Customer Relations Assistant also performs audits of alcohol-related practices and laws such as wrist banding, and age verification/ID checking. This position also informs management of underage drinking and removes/discards alcoholic beverages. This is an entry-level job that provides training and does not require previous experience in foodservice. Basic tasks, skills, and knowledge can be learned on the job.
        Food Prep- cutting vegetables and other items, preparing recipes for service.
        Cooking food to order. Working at an assigned station making orders as they come to the kitchen.
        Cleaning and sanitizing workspace, washing dishes, handling trash, and recycling.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • The Student Customer Relations Assistant also performs regular walk-throughs of the seating area, to verify that alcohol-related practices and laws such are adhered to. They may be required to conduct wrist banding, and age verification/ID checking. This position informs management of underage drinking and removes/discards alcoholic beverages from customers when applicable.
       • Conducts cashiering, stocking, organization, cleaning, table checks, and bussing, finishing, or packaging food and/or drinks for service.
       • Ensures hygienic workspaces by cleaning, organizing, labeling/dating (First In First Out), dishwashing, trash/recycling/composting, sweeping, mopping, and other general cleaning related to the normal upkeep of a food service space.
       • Assists customers on the phone and in the restaurant with register, kiosk, and app purchases, and facilitates customer pick up or communication with a calm, friendly attitude, attention to detail, and a sense of urgency.
       • Alerts management when ticket time and menu item standards are not followed
       • Assists in production and side work when available to ensure a successful business day
       • Acts as a positive representative of the University of Richmond and Dining Services to all guests.
       • 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 the ability to multi-task and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
       • Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time
       • Must be able to lift 25 pounds.

    Contact to Apply:

        Name: Melissa Comstock or Richard Thomas
        Email: mcomstoc@richmond.edu or rthomas5@richmond.edu
        Phone: 804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • The Cellar - Student 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 foodservice. 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 drinks to recipe guidelines using hygienic and safe practices with speed and accuracy
       • Maintains work area cleanliness, organization and stock levels.
       • Acts as a positive representative of the 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.

    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 regard to communication and scheduling.

    Contact to Apply:

        Name: Melissa Comstock or Richard Thomas
        Email: mcomstoc@richmond.edu or rthomas5@richmond.edu
        Phone: 804-287-6820

    Department:
       Dining Services - The Cellar

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.50

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • 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.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Madeline Nathe
       Email:   mnathe@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-1292

    Department:
       Dining

    Building/Location:
       Well-Being Center

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
    11.00

    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 and Pronouns:   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.

  • Digital Engagement - Audiovisual Digitization Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Assists with processing and preservation of audiovisual collections at Boatwright Memorial Library to support preservation and access to digital collections. Works with audio and audiovisual materials, both digital and analog formats. Assists with digitization, file conversion, and workflow tracking.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Performs maintenance on audiovisual materials, including VHS tapes, and oral history recordings
       Assists with organization of collection and preparation for digitization
       Relabels materials as needed, according to best practices
       Digitizes and inspects analog audiovisual materials
       Performs file conversion for both preservation and access
       Tracks digitization workflow progress
       Assist with metadata creation for digitized content
       Other duties and special projects as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Interest in technology and audiovisual materials
       Knowledge of digital library resources helpful
       Attention to detail and high degree of accuracy
       Experience with editing and conversion of digital audiovisual files preferred
       Ability to work independently
       Ability to lift 30 pounds
       Ability to use ladder
       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 and Pronouns:   Dywana Saunders
       Email:   dsaunders@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8451

    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.

  • Employer Relations Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The Student Assistant for the Career Services Employer Development 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 SpiderConnect, 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 meeting 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 (Expo, 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.
       • Data entry of student attendance to Information Sessions into SpiderConnect
       • 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:

       • 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 SpiderConnect) 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

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Kyle Billeter
       Email:   hirespiders@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804.662.3032

    Department:
       Alumni and Career Services, Employer Relations

    Building/Location:
       Queally Center for Admission and Career Services

    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.

  • Film Studies Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

      The Film Studies Assistant position will assist Dr. Bertucci in maintaining the film equipment for the Film Production courses. The successful candidate will be organized; be detail-oriented; and demonstrate great care in handling, maintaining, and checking the equipment. The position is for four (4) to five (5) hours a week.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Create/update an inventory of all Film Studies equipment (update the current list, add details such as serial numbers, create a new list for damaged equipment, equipment needing repair, update the check in/out form, etc...)
       
       2. Supervise the equipment room: keep it organized, create tags for every item, perform maintenance routine, make sure all the equipment is in the closet at all times, is in working order, communicate to faculty if something is not working or is damaged, and contact the administrative assistant if repairs need to be done.
       
       3. Manage student checkouts and returns of equipment: decide in collaboration with faculty member check-in/out times, prepare the equipment package for student checkout, maintain a log, enforce check in/out procedures (ask students to fill out and sign a check-out form, make a copy, check the equipment before the student leaves). Upon return of equipment, check every single piece to make sure everything is in working condition (follow-up with student if a problem arises).
       
        4. Provide assistance to students if they need help with video/audio/lighting equipment or editing software.
       
        5. Provide assistance to faculty before lab times if needed (including making sure that items that need batteries have batteries, that all camera batteries are charged, lenses are clean, tripods are in working order, performing updates on cameras, etc): prepare all the equipment needs for labs and put it back to the closet after class.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Knowledge of sound, video, lighting equipment
       Editing skills a plus (knowledge of Premiere Pro)
       Organizational and logistical skills
       Detail-oriented, autonomous, thorough, rigorous and tidy
       Demonstrating great care in handling, maintaining, checking the equipment
       Ability to carry equipment

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Dr. Sonja Bertucci
       Email:   sbertucc@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8711

    Department:
       Film Studies Program

    Building/Location:
       Weinstein Hall

    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 and the Student Health Center. Please contact Jennifer McLeod jmcleod@richmond.edu for further details.

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • HDC Cashier

    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:

    • Runs register at D-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: 804 289-8516

    Department:
       HDC

    Building/Location:
       Heilman

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

  • HDC Line Associate

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Provide customers with great customer service skills. Serve guests. Set-up, breakdown, and maintain food stations. Maintain cleanliness in assigned work areas.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Fill food pans.
    • Serve guests.
    • Set-up and breakdown food stations.
    • Clean-up food stations and maintain during service.
    • Must be flexible.
    • Performs other duties as requested

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Experience in customer service preferred. Friendly, pleasant disposition. Enjoy working with people in a team environment.

    Contact to Apply:
    Name: Michelle Taylor
    Email: mtaylor2@richmond.edu
    Phone: 804 289-8516

    Department:
       HDC

    Building/Location:
       Heilman

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

  • HDC Student Cooking Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Follow all policies and procedures for your location. Assist in the training and mentoring of other student employees. Maintain organization, cleanliness and productivity of the preparation area and/or kitchen. Maintain high standards for production quantity and quality. This position may exercise supervision/training of other student workers. Independent problem solving and critical thinking abilities are required. A strong initiative and an ability to manage complex tasks is expected.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assist with production of cold and hot food items either in bulk or for order preparation utilizing a production list
       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.
       Clean kitchen, dishes and production areas to ensure proper sanitation and presentation. 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.
       Safely handle all food products, ensuring good storage, dating and quality.
       Complete any tasks assigned by manager
       Follow all applicable health code standards.
       A training or tutorial regarding food safety and allergen awareness will be provided

    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 to maintain quality and safety.
       -Required; must be able to follow applicable health codes pertaining to food quality and safety
       -Required; must be able to take the ServSafe food Handler course, and pass assessment test.
       -Required; must complete allergen safety training
       -Preferable; have at least 1 year of food production background (i.e kitchen, diner, sandwich shop, deli, café preparing sandwiches or other grab and go items, or other cold/hot foods production facility.)
       - 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)

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:   Ray Donahoo
       Email:   rdonahoo@richmond.edu
       Phone:   8523

    Department:
       HDC

    Building/Location:
       Heilman

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.70

  • Help Desk Student Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

        Works with Help Desk Staff. Responsibilities include: assisting Faculty, Students and Staff coming to the walk-up, providing information to users as requested, creating tickets for users and participating in asset moves/inventory. Part of the time will be spent in computer-related training to advance their troubleshooting skills and knowledge, as well as ability to help users. They are advocates of SpiderTechNet as a tool to improve computer literacy and awareness.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       -Creating tickets for walk-in customers
       -Basic troubleshooting
       -Picking up/dropping off equipment around campus
       -Help students, faculty and staff on technical issues

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       -Clear communication skills
       -Basic computer skills
       -Driver’s license

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Carlos Flores-Melgar
       Email:   cfloresm@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6400

    Department:
       User Services Specialists

    Building/Location:
       Jepson Hall, G19

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
    11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Lou’s 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; 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:   Amanda W Boyd
       Email:   aboyd@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-1771

    Department:
    Retail Operations

    Building/Location:
    Robins School of Business

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
    11.50

    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.
       Proficiencies you are likely to develop include, but are not limited to:
       Experience working with a professional performing arts center.
       Develop superior customer service, training, collaboration, and leadership skills among diverse constituencies.
       Communication skills. Organizational skills. Safety awareness skills

    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 escalations
    •    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
    •    Perform all duties in accordance with established safety procedures
    •    Organize opening and closing house with Production and Box Office staff
    •    Communicate with various Modlin Center staff and/or event producer during event
    •    Properly document show and incident reports for recording keeping purposes
    •    Be a confident and assertive communicator while maintaining a polite and professional demeanor
    •    Make recommendations for improving the patron experience
    •    Attend regularly scheduled professional trainings on customer service, first aid, and emergency management

    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: Kimberly Chiarchiaro

       Email: Kchiarch@richmond.edu

    Department:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

    Building/Location:
       453 Westhampton Way

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

    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:
       $11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Modlin Operations Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       The primary responsibility of the Assistant Operations Manager is to aid the Operations Manager with the scheduling of the Modlin Center venues, set up and tear down of Modlin Center events, general data entry and computer work, and other tasks as assigned. The Assistant Operations Manager works with members of the Modlin staff and patrons of the Modlin Center.
       Proficiencies you are likely to develop include, but are not limited to:
       Experience working with a professional performing arts center
       Develop superior customer service, training, collaboration, and leadership skills among diverse constituencies
       Good judgment and situational awareness, ability to anticipate problems and develop solutions with multiple challenges and options. Safety awareness skills
       Data management, development of clear data visualization and communication
       Contract and schedule management
       Teamwork and collaboration skills. Customer service skills. Communication skills. Organizational skills

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    •    At all times, be an ambassador of the Modlin Center and University of Richmond to patrons and guests.
    •    Meet with the Operations Manager to review procedure and specific details concerning upcoming events.
    •    Review documents for grammatical and syntactical errors.
    •    Determine details about upcoming Modlin Center events and relay information to staff as needed.
    •    Organize and maintain supplies and equipment (two-way radios, scanners, listening devices, etc.) for house management.
    •    Use ACCRUENT EMS Software and Microsoft Outlook Calendars to enter Modlin season programs and other events as they arise.
    •    Assist with the set-up of and tear down of venues and spaces before Modlin Center events.
    •    Generate documentation to communicate important information to fellow students, staff and faculty, outside patrons, artists, and community members about Modlin Center operations.
    •    Deliver deposits to Cashier’s Office.
    •    Assist all Modlin Center staff members as needed. Other duties as assigned.
    •    Assist in managing and controlling the flow of information within the Modlin Center.
    •    Review, proof, and provide input concerning contracts between the Modlin Center and rental clients, both internal and external.
    •    Gather pertinent information from contracts between Modlin Center and touring artists.
    •    Attend regularly scheduled professional trainings on customer service, first aid, and emergency management

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    •    The Assistant Operations Manager should have at least one year of practical front-of-house or venue operations and administrative experience.
    •    Excellent written and verbal communications and the ability to lead others
    •    Ability to demonstrate initiative and self-manage assigned tasks
    •    Detail oriented with a commitment to excellence and accuracy
    •    Enthusiasm for and experience in the performing arts
    •    Ability to represent Modlin in a professional manner
    •    Strong customer service and/or interpersonal skills
    •    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
    •    Trustworthy, able to hold information in strict confidence and follow all policies and procedures related to sensitive information
    •    The ability to communicate effectively and work in a collaborative environment
    •    Flexible schedule based on event scheduling needs, including daytime and evening/weekend hours. Work is often available during university breaks as well.
    •    Must be able to commit to 8-15 hours per week
    •    Candidates should have the desire to learn about the responsibilities of arts organizations and the daily management of arts facilities.

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

    Department:
       Modlin Center for the Arts

    Building/Location:
       453 Westhampton Way

    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.

  • Multimedia Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       Student will assist in the filming, photographing, and editing of various video and photo projects within University Communications. Duties will include scouting locations, setting up equipment, managing sound during filming, assisting with camera operations, editing photo & video and managing related data. Student may also be called upon to assist with other areas throughout the division. These other duties potentially include contributing to the University’s social media, helping with market research, assisting in the production and maintenance of the University’s websites, assisting with administrative tasks, and more. Student must be reliable and establish a work schedule.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Work with University Communications Multimedia Department on pre-production, production, and post-production.
       
       2. Assist with other areas of the University Communications, as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Student must be creative, reliable, deadline-driven, and have strong organizational and communication skills. Prefer knowledge of camera operation, lighting, and sound. Experience with video and photo editing software including Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Photoshop.

    Contact to Apply:

       Name and Pronouns:   Joseph Minick
       Email:   jminick@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-287-6533

    Department:
       University Communications

    Building/Location:
       Puryear Hall

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       $11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • New American History - Archive Assistant

    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 Fall, 2021. The position will involve an average of 6-10 hours per week for the duration of the semester, much 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 Fall 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:
       remote

    Student Employment Program:
        University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
       11.00

    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.

  • Office Student Assistant - Admission

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The University of Richmond’s Student Assistant, Off-Campus/Operations Teams is an integral contributor to Richmond’s Office of Admission. This position will work with all members of the Off-Campus and Operations Teams in the Office of Admission. This person should be attentive to detail, have a great work ethic, and have an eagerness to do whatever is required.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Packing material/supply boxes for recruitment travel for both office staff and alumni volunteers that are attending college fairs. Track delivery of supply boxes and communicate updates to ARC members.
       • Assisting with mailings, such as letters/gifts to ARC members and/or college counselors.
       • Maintain package/shipping area. Restock materials as needed. Inform Administrative Coordinator(s) of shipping supplies levels.
       • Support Off Campus events/training sessions by tracking RSVPs and assembling packets.
       • Enter college fair invitations and RSVPs in Slate.
       • Enter inquiry cards from high school visits and college fairs in Slate.
       • Assist with Spider Chat pairing and communication with ARC members and prospective students.
       • Assist with the gathering of data for reports and summaries for the Off-Campus Team.
       • Assist with organization and implementation of Skype interviews for international prospective students.
       • Assist with scanning and indexing of application materials.
       • Duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Admission, Assistant Director of Admission and Administrative Coordinators.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • An understanding of the selective, private college admission process, the strengths of an undergraduate liberal arts experience, and the value of inclusive diversity.
       • Persuasive oral communication skills; excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
       • Highly self-motivated and independent critical thinker.
       • Advanced problem-solving capabilities, creativity and strong work ethic.
       • Solid familiarity with Microsoft products, specifically Word and Excel. Willingness to learn our CRM (customer resource management) software, Slate.
       • Positive attitude, dependable yet flexible, ability to take initiative and work independently, and strength in multi-tasking.
       • Ability to work with confidential information.
       • Comfortable with meeting deadlines.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:  Nicki Pugh She/Her
       Email:   npugh@richmond.edu
       Phone:   6602

    Department:
       Admission

    Building/Location:
       Queally Center, 2nd FloorStudent

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Office Assistant - International Admission

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The University of Richmond’s Student Assistant, International Admission is an integral contributor to Richmond’s Office of Admission. This position will work with all members of the International Admission Team in the Office of Admission. This person should be attentive to detail, have a great work ethic, and have an eagerness to do whatever is required.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Assist international prospective students with their application process, such as answering emails regarding the application process and required application materials.
       • Assisting with reviewing video submissions of prospective international students. This includes reviewing submitted videos and completing an evaluation form.
       • Conducting live video interviews with international applicants. This involves scheduling the interviews, conducting the interviews, and submitting an evaluation form.
       • Attending weekly group meetings to discuss agendas and receive updates.
       • Conduct Spider Chats with international prospective students. This includes scheduling and meeting via live video for one on one non-evaluative conversations pertaining to Richmond and the application process.
       • Assist with the gathering of data for reports and summaries for the International Admission Team.
       • Assist with data entry pertaining to in-person and virtual events.
       • Duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Admission, Assistant Director of Admission and Administrative Coordinators.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • An understanding of the selective, private college admission process, the strengths of an undergraduate liberal arts experience, and the value of inclusive diversity.
       • Positive attitude, dependable yet flexible, ability to take initiative and work independently, and strength in multi-tasking.
       • Persuasive oral communication skills; excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
       • Highly self-motivated and independent critical thinker.
       • Advanced problem-solving capabilities, creativity, and strong work ethic.
       • Solid familiarity with Microsoft products, specifically Word and Excel. Willingness to learn our CRM (customer resource management) software, Slate.
       • Ability to work with confidential information.
       • Comfortable with meeting deadlines.
       • Fluency in a language other than English is preferred.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name and Pronouns:  Nicki Pugh She/Her
       Email:   npugh@richmond.edu
       Phone:   6602

    Department:
       Admission

    Building/Location:
       Queally Center, 2nd FloorStudent

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Organic Krush Cooking Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

      Follow all policies and procedures for your location. Assist in the training and mentoring of other student employees. Maintain organization, cleanliness and productivity of the preparation area and/or kitchen. Maintain high standards for production quantity and quality. This position may exercise supervision/training of other student workers. Independent problem solving and critical thinking abilities are required. A strong initiative and an ability to manage complex tasks is expected.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       • Assist with production of cold and hot food items either in bulk or for order preparation utilizing a production list
       • 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.
       • Clean kitchen, dishes and production areas to ensure proper sanitation and presentation. 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.
       • Safely handle all food products, ensuring good storage, dating and quality
       • Complete any tasks assigned by manager
       • Follow all applicable health code standards.
       • A training or tutorial regarding food safety and allergen awareness will be provided

    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 to maintain quality and safety.
       -Required; must be able to follow applicable health codes pertaining to food quality and safety
       -Required; must be able to take the ServSafe food Handler course, and pass assessment test.
       -Required; must complete allergen safety training
       -Preferable; have at least 1 year of food production background (i.e kitchen, diner, sandwich shop, deli, café preparing sandwiches or other grab and go items, or other cold/hot foods production facility.)
       - 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)


    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:
       11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Organic Krush 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; 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:  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:
       11.00

    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.

  • Parking Services Assistant

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       This position is responsible for assisting in the day to day functions of the Parking Services Office. This position requires mature and decisive interaction with all faculty, staff, students and visitors to the campus to provide parking and/or transportation information.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       ¿ Responsible for the daily office tasks.
       ¿ Responsible for the confidentiality of all Parking Services¿ information.
       ¿ Answers the University of Richmond switchboard phone lines after hours
       ¿ Ability to interact with individuals at all levels, both on the university campus and in the community.
       ¿ Responsible for creating student work schedules.
       ¿ Provides Clerical support to the Office of Public Safety.
       ¿ Communicates the University of Richmond transportation services to all university members.
       ¿ Maintains information in the Transportation Hub.
       ¿ Issues GRTC bus passes

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       ¿ Competent in Microsoft Office
       ¿ Excellent oral and written skills
       ¿ Flexibility and ability to prioritize tasks
       ¿ Interpersonal communication skills
       ¿ Ability to keep sensitive information confidential
       ¿ Ability to be innovative and creative
       ¿ Ability to promote positive community relations
       ¿ Office Equipment Proficiency: computer, copy machine, scanner and fax machine
       ¿ Advanced Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Picture Manager)
       ¿ Software Proficiency

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Natalia Green
       Email:   ngreen@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8703

    Department:
       Parking and Transportation Services

    Building/Location:
       Special Programs Building, room127

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

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

     

    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:   Kathryn Kumar
       Email:   kathryn.kumar@ruffalonl.com

    Department:
       Annual Giving, Advancement

    Building/Location:
       Maryland Hall, G-20

    Student Employment Program:
        University Work Program (UWP)

    Pay Rate Per Hour:
        $11.00

     


    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 by 9/3 at 3:30pm. 

     

    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:
        11.00

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.

  • Spidershop Associate

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The SpiderShop Associate is the point of first contact for UR SpiderShop customers, providing customer service, assistance with daily store operations, and cash handling responsibilities.

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       1. Performs all routine functions one would normally find in a retail operation, including:
        - Maintains presence on sales floor, assisting customers and staff with merchandise information.
        - Provides information to patrons regarding pertinent rules, policies, and procedures related to cash and cash related
        transactions; directs patrons to proper offices, as appropriate, to seek resolution of problems beyond the information
        available to the cashier.
        - Assists with merchandising and stocking merchandise.
        - Participates as a member of the bookstore team in ensuring that all areas of the store are neat and clean, supports and
        staffs store events as needed, attends team meetings and participates in bookstore projects as requested.
       
        2. Operates point-of-sale system. Accurately rings up sales using a variety of payments; makes correct change; issues receipts.
       
        3. Additional duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       • General knowledge of cash management principles and/or procedures.
       • Ability to comply with all established cash/credit/compliance standards.
       • Working knowledge of mathematics.
       • Working knowledge of point-of-sale systems.
       • Ability to provide high level of customer service.
       • Ability to interact and communicate clearly and effectively with a diverse campus community, exercising tact and diplomacy in written and verbal communications.
       • Working knowledge of retail operations environment.
       • General computer knowledge and ability to learn new software.

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:   Joel Hagman
       Email:   jhagman@richmond.edu
       Phone:   804-289-8492

    Department:
        SpiderShop

    Building/Location:
        Tyler Haynes Commons

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

    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:
        $11.00

     

    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.

  • Welcome Week Intern

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY:

       This Welcome Week Intern will serve as crucial member of the ¿WOW¿ development team. This student will focus on program planning, tradition creation and inclusive promotions. The Welcome Initiatives that will be offered to all new and returning Spiders should encompass all aspects of student life and transitional information. Welcome Week Interns will work collaboratively within the Center for Student Involvement, as well as with other campus partners to ensure a well-rounded welcome experience.

    APPLY ON PRESENCE: https://richmond.presence.io/form/welcome-week-intern-application

    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

       Assist in developing Welcome Initiatives for Fall 2021
       Lead in the creation of new and dynamic welcome events for First Year Students, as well as Campus-Wide programs for all students
       Serve as contact for vendors and campus partners
       Manage the Welcome Initiative Budget
       Develop marketing and communication strategies to engage all students
       Lead at least one campus-wide program
       Participate in weekly team meetings

    QUALIFICATIONS:

       Must be a current undergraduate student at the University of Richmond
       Current First-Year, Sophomore or Junior Status (Spring 2021)
       Minimum 2.5 GPA
       15-20 Hours Per Week in the Center for Student Involvement
       Demonstrate strong initiative and decision-making skills
       Program planning experience

    Contact to Apply:
       Name:  Lauren Foligno
       Email:   https://richmond.presence.io/form/welcome-week-intern-application
       Phone:   804 289 8505


    Department:
       Center for Student Involvement

    Building/Location:
       Tyler Haynes Commons

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

     

    For additional information please refer to the Student Employment Handbook.