Organization Name: No Link Salisbury University On Campus Student Jobs Linked Contact: Doug Jones No of Openings: Work Schedule: flexible--will work with student's schedule Hours per Week: up to 19 *Compensation: Paid Salary: $08.00-$08.99 per hour Employment Start Date: 2/8/16 Employment End Date: 5/18/16 *Job Description: General assistant needed for the Commons board operation. Duties include serving food, light cooking, cleaning, prepping, following food safety guidelines, and other duties as assigned. Previous food service experience preferred, but will train individual with good customer service experience. *Qualifications: Food Service experience preferred. Customer Service experience required. *How to Apply: Applications are available online at _http://www.salisbury.edu/dining/PDF files/employee application UDS S15.pdf Applications can be downloaded, completed and attached to an email to email@example.com. They are also available at the Commons cashier station and should be sent to the attention of Doug Jones.
Job Title: Food Service Assistant JobD escription: Receive, store, and allocate foods for Dining Services. This is a physical job requiring repeated lifting of cases up to 50 lbs. Work areas include refrigerators and freezers. Fast paced and fun for an active individual. A free meal at the Commons is included AFTER every shift. Hours are M/W/F, 7AM to 11AM. Job Location: Commons Building Hours Per Week: 12 •How To Apply: Please submit an application, which can be picked up at the Commons cashier station, or http://www.salisbury.edu/dining/PDF%20files/employee%20application%20UDS%20S15.pdf Employing Department: University Dining Services Contact: William Humphreys email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Financial Aid office has a position available for a student worker beginning spring 2016 and continuing through the academic year, including summer. The student would provide general office duties consisting of filing, scanning and reviewing documents as well as providing customer service to students and parents on the phone and in the office. The candidate must be courteous, professional and maintain confidentiality in all aspects of their job. The hours required would be 10 hours per week during the spring and fall semesters and approximately 25 hours per week during the summer. If you are interested in this position, please forward your resume to Christy Miller, Administrative Assistant II email@example.com
Summer Conferences Intern 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. Minimum Requirements: • Current graduate student preferred; Senior academic standing will also be considered • Two years residence hall living experience • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Commitment to outstanding customer service • Ability to organize and multitask • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word) Responsibilities: • Assist with planning and coordination of 20+ 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 • May Serve in on-call rotation for summer conferences and 12 month housing • 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 Remuneration: • $10/hour; minimum of 30 hours per week. • Meal money for on/off campus vendors • 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 1, 2016 will receive first consideration. The position will remain open until filled. • Please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for two professional references to: Diana Federici Assistant Director Office of Housing and Residence Life firstname.lastname@example.org 410-543-6040
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*Job Description: Seeking a creative and organized student to help create vlogs and training videos for the Athletic Department. Student must have his/her own equipment and knowledge of video editing. Preferably a student looking for a J-term (winter) internship in communications/media track; however, anyone qualified may apply. *Qualifications: Majors Required: All; Communication Arts; Media Studies or Media Production track Grade Level Required: Any *How to Apply: Please send a letter of interest, resume, and questions to Jess Stoltz - email@example.com Online Application Address: