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Summer Housing Assistant Summer 2/24/2017 [-]

Summer Housing Assistant
Job Description 2016

Housing Student Assistants typically work during University business hours, Monday through Friday, 7am-3:30pm. There might be some weekend hours scheduled for you to work. If this is needed, you will be notified at least 48 hours in advance.

Residence halls are occupied by conference attendees, campers, and summer school students throughout the summer. Therefore, the term of employment for the Housing Student Assistant can begin as early as Monday, May 22, 2017 through as late as Friday, September 8, 2017. Monday, May 29th (Memorial Day) and Tuesday, July 4th are state holidays, and the University will be closed.

For SU students, summer housing is available at a discounted rate during the term of employment.
For non-SU students, minimum age for employment is 16 years old. Priority is given to SU College students.

All employment is contingent upon successfully passing a criminal background check. You will not be permitted to start work until the University has the clearance.

Compensation is up to 40hrs/week starting at minimum wage, provided that all tasks and shifts are completed. If overtime is required, the Housing Student Assistant will be paid time and a half for hours outside of normal shift hours.
Part-time positions are also available.

The Housing Student Assistant reports directly to Housing and Residence Life professional staff: Graduate Assistants for Operations and the Associate Director of Housing and Residence Life.
Assist in daily activities of the Office of Housing and Residence Life, with primary responsibilities being in summer operations.
Maintain and preserve the upkeep of residence halls.
Communicate any problems or issues involving the residence halls to the appropriate professional staff.
This job will require some physical labor including: installation of residence hall furniture and organization of storage spaces.
Other duties as assigned depending on daily needs which will be identified throughout the summer.

Housing Student Assistants are required to wear the staff shirts provided by the department, and closed-toe shoes are required at all times. Shorts should be long enough to reach at least 5 inches above the knee. During the interim period when the staff shirt hasn’t been provided, halter tops and tank tops are not permitted.

Applications should be submitted via email to by 12 noon on Monday, March 27, 2017

Copies of the application are available from the Housing office and in Career Services, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Date inactive: 3/27/2017

Food Service Aide 2/22/2017 [-]

Job Title: Food Service Aide
Employing Department: University Dining Services
Job Description: Under direct supervision, performs a variety of duties related to the serving of meals to students, employees, and visitors. Duties: The Food Service Aide is responsible for adhering to the highest standard of customer service.
Looking for qualified individuals who would be available for shifts ranging between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Mon-Fri and some weekend closing shifts when needed.
Salary Per Hr: 8.75
Job Location: Hungry Minds Express
Hours Per Week: 10-25
How To Apply: Send application to Crystal Campbell via email at
In activate job: March 15

Date inactive: 3/15/2017

Summer Conferences Intern Summer 2/16/2017 [-]

Salisbury University
Office of Housing and Residence Life
Summer Conferences Intern Position Description
The mission of the Office of Housing and Residence Life is to support academic excellence and student retention by creating a quality living environment that provides opportunities for learning and socializing outside of the classroom. During the academic year, we provide approximately 2,300 beds for undergraduate students. During the summer conference season, we utilize 1,700 beds.

Summary: The intern will assist with the housing operations of our Summer Conferences Program. This includes administrative and physical tasks necessary to provide housing and support services to conference guests.

Supervision: The primary supervisor is the Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life responsible for Assignments and Conference Services.

•    Current graduate student preferred; Junior/Senior academic standing may also be considered
•    Two years residence hall living experience preferred
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills
•    Commitment to outstanding customer service
•    Ability to organize and multitask
•    Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word)
-This job may require some physical labor including movement of residence hall furniture.
*previous housing experience is preferred, although not required

•    Assist with planning and coordination of summer conference groups
•    Collaborate with various offices including Conference Planning, Housekeeping, Maintenance, ID Office, Dining, Event Services, University Policy and Athletics
•    Supervise, train, and evaluate student Conference Assistants (approximately 6-8)
•    Schedule front desk operations
•    Conduct weekly staff meetings with Conference Assistants
•    Oversee hall preparations, including pre and post building walk-throughs
•    Audit billing and summary reports
•    Serve as liaison to the Office of Conference Planning
•    Act as on-site supervisor for events after hours or on weekends
•    Assist with summer student housing
•    Other duties as assigned within the Office of Housing and Residence Life
•    Duties specific for graduate level intern:
o    May serve in on-call rotation for summer conferences and 12 month housing
o    Peer-to-peer supervision of area directors
-Conference Assistants work daily performing a variety of conference support tasks. These duties include but are not limited to: staff check-in/out of all conferences; prepare key cards/locks; sit duty at the Conference Desk, including daytime hours, checking conference cards to ensure accuracy, prepping linens, trash bags and pre/post building checks.
-If job tasks are completed for Housing, you may be given the opportunity to work for another university department to complete your work day.
-Other duties as assigned depending on daily needs which occur throughout the summer.
-The CAs report to Housing and Residence Life professional staff: Associate Director, Assistant Director, Area Directors, & the Conferences Intern.

•    $10/hour; minimum of 30 hours per week. 
-Compensation includes minimum wage for at least 30 hours/week and housing is provided.
•    Furnished one bedroom apartment
•    Utilities, internet and cable TV included
•    Access to university gym
•    Parking is available at the intern's expense (approx $30/summer)
•    No travel funds provided

Selection Timeline:
•    Applications submitted by March 13, 2017 will receive first consideration. The position will remain open until filled.
To access to the CA application, please e-mail Applications are due March 13, 2017.

•    Please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for two professional references to:  Diana Federici, Assistant; 410-543-6040  
 •    Employment dates: Thursday, June 1, 2017 through Monday, August 14, 2017 (negotiable).-The term of employment for the Conference Assistant is Wednesday, June 7, 2017 through Monday, August 14, 2017.
There is an option for an early start date of Wednesday, May 31, 2017 to assist with Summer School.

Date inactive: 3/13/2017

Student Assistant--University Dining Services 1/20/2017 [-]

Employing Department: University Dining Services
Primary Job Duties: Provide routine assistance in the preparation and serving of food; set up and break down service lines; maintain safe and sanitary conditions; operate and maintain kitchen equipment such as grills, fryers, ovens, mixers, toasters, etc.; consistently demonstrates excellent customer service skills to all internal and external customers and other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Perform basic arithmetic computations; operate food service equipment; follow instructions; and lift, transport and stock food service supplies, materials, and equipment. Must be well organized, flexible, and a strong team player with the ability to multi-task and provide excellent customer service.
Hiring for all shifts. Must be able to work nights and weekends.

Salary Per Hr: $8.75
Job Location: Commons DIning Hall
Hours Per Week: Up to 25
How To Apply: Applications are available at the Commons Cashier Station. Please complete and return to the cashier station.

David Easton
“The application can also be accessed via the link below, completed, and emailed back to ”

Date inactive: 2/28/2017

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