Job Description: Our team ensures GAME DAY is a great experience for our fans! Job duties include: ticket sales, gate attendants, parking logistics, and security. Hours vary by week depending on game schedules, but most hours will be mid-week early evenings as well as Saturdays.
Job Description: Web Development Office Intern: assist web developers in updating and maintaining SU websites.
Job Location: Holloway Hall 278
Hours Per Week: approx. 10 hours
Majors Required: Any
Grade Level Required: Junior, Sophomore, Freshman (ideally we want someone who will be here for at least 4 semesters)
Admissions Recruiter Position: Are you a graduating senior from SU? Are you interested in sharing your story about your Salisbury experience? Do you love to travel? If so, Salisbury University’s Office of Admissions is looking for you! We are seeking candidates for multiple Admissions Recruiter positions. Share your SU experience with prospective students and develop your professional skills! Admissions Recruiters serve as representatives from University who speak with students, parents, and guidance counselors at high school visits, college fairs, and special recruitment events. The Office of Admissions seeks candidates with good communication and presentation skills, a strong work ethic and someone who takes initiative, the ability to work independently, and the energy and positivity to build relationships that lead to student enrollment. The Admissions Recruiter position is a five-month contract position for the fall 2017 semester. Admissions Recruiters work 29 hours per week. Compensation is $18/hour. Two admissions recruiters will represent the University in a specific geographic territory and are partnered with an experienced admissions counselor to plan travel and carryout specific projects. The designated geographic territories will most likely be New Jersey and New York/New England. The third recruiter will be in-house responsible for our daily information sessions, tracking visit numbers in our data base, and any additional recruitment projects. This position is a great opportunity for candidates to gain experience for careers in human resources, higher education, recruitment, or sales. Desired start for these positions is August 1st. Travel is required, as is a valid driver's license.
Please email your resume and a letter of intent to Ashley Pellegrino, Acting Assistant Director of Freshmen Admission, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOOKING FOR A JOB? Salisbury University Maggs Pool will be holding tryouts for lifeguards for both the summer pool session (June to August) and for the next academic year (2017-2018) WHEN : Thursday, April 13th TIME: 3:30 PM WHERE: Maggs Pool What To Bring: Pen Original copies of your certifications Swim Attire CPR mask Whistle
What to Expect: An oral interview A CPR scenario A First Aid scenario A variety of in water rescues
This is your only opportunity to try out as the fall tryouts are reserved for freshman and students new to the university.
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.
Duties 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.
Attire 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.
Application Applications should be submitted via email to email@example.com 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