Research Room Assistant, Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture Nabb Research Center, 4th Floor, Guerrieri Academic Commons The student will work in the Nabb Center Research Room under the supervision of the Research Assistant, the Administrative Assistant and the Center Director. Duties include assisting patrons, covering the Reception Desk, assisting with Nabb Center research history projects, and other duties related to maintaining the Research Room Required skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Word; ability to lift up to 30lbs Students must be reliable and willing to work with public visitors and students. Pay: $8.75/hour 10 hours per week Interested students should come to the Nabb Center, located on the 4th Floor of the Guerrieri Academic Commons to complete an application for the above position.
• JobTitle: Front Desk Receptionist • JobDescription: Duties are primarily clerical in nature and include the following: answering the department's main telephone line and directing calls; greeting/assisting students and visitors; filing; data entry; making deliveries on campus; assisting faculty and staff with miscellaneous projects. **NOTE: Social Work majors are NOT eligible to apply for this position. • Salary Per Hr: 8.75 • Job Location: TE 254 • Hours Per Week: Up to 25 • HowToApply: TO apply please send your most recent resume and cover letter via SU email to the attention of Jawanda Jackson, Program Management Specialist. Email: email@example.com • MajorsRequired: all
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 firstname.lastname@example.org ”
Games will be played Sunday through Thursday nights from 6-11pm.
Pay will be $8.75 per hour.
Prior officiating/playing experience is preferred.
Officiate intramural basketball, work under the supervision of the Intramural Graduate Assistant and the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation ~ Intramural Sports. Attendance is required for the mandatory training and evaluation sessions.
Duties & Responsibilities
1. Provide Pre-game assistance
o Assist in setting up equipment for the evening and/or weekend activities
o Assist in examining facility for safety hazards.
2. Provide quality officiating during contests
o View and follow the Intramural Sports contest and enforce the rules judiciously as possible.
o Oversee the Intramural Sports contest and ensure participation take place in a safe manner.
For more information and to apply, please contact Wayne Gorrow at the intramural office in Maggs P.A.C, room 146B
Food Service Aide Employing Department: University Dining Services Contact: Crystal Campbell email: email@example.com Job Description: Prepare food service facilities for the serving of food. Wash and prepare eating and serving areas. Maintain work areas and serving areas in a clean, sanitary and safe condition; wash and clean counters and steam tables; wash and store pots, pans, trays and kitchen equipment. Heat, portion and serve food to students and staff according to established procedures. Count money and prepare cash registers with appropriate amount and denominations of change. Sell a variety of foods and beverages and make proper change; money for meals and beverages sold and make appropriate change. Assist in storing unused food and supplies; dispose of unusable leftovers and garbage. Operate a variety of standard kitchen equipment such as a cash register, dishwasher, and ovens. Perform other duties as assigned. Maintain regular attendance. Looking for two students who can work split shifts 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. and two closers for 7 p.m. -12 a.m. Salary Per Hr: $8.75 Job Location: Hungry Minds Hours Per Week: 10-25 How To Apply: http://www.salisbury.edu/dining/pdf%20files/StudentAppF09.pdf Send application and student class schedule Attn: Crystal Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Title: Student Assistant Employing Department: University Dining Services Contact: Stephen Soulis email: email@example.com
Job Description: Customer service, Cleaning, Stocking, serving, a small amount of cooking. Salary Per Hr: 8.75 Job Location: Commons Dining hall Hours Per Week: 20 How To Apply: Apply online at http://www.salisbury.edu/dining/pdf%20files/StudentAppF09.pdf or email application to Steve Soulis at firstname.lastname@example.org