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Learning Commons Night Manager (Part-Time)

Location:                     2 Robinson Road – Rivier University Learning Commons
Work Study Type:       On-Campus Federal Work Study Only
Type of Students Accepted for this Position:  Federal Work Study (FWS)
Job Title:                     Night Manager
Hourly Rate:               $7.25
Hours:                         5pm-7pm – Sunday through Thursday.

Job Description

The Learning Commons Night Manager is responsible for the managing of the Learning Commons night operations. The Night Manager is required to work the night hours that the facility is open (typically Sunday-Thursday, 7-10pm). Responsibilities include but are not limited to building security and safety procedures, enforcing building and university policies, providing event services and logistical support, report writing, and monitoring the daily event schedule. This position will take on many different roles that include problem solving, security and safety oversight, customer service and event logistical support.

Responsibilities:

  • In partnership with Public Safety, close the Rivier University Learning Commons on a nightly basis. Open and close spaces within the building according to the daily event schedule.
  • Monitor building security and safety by conducting hourly walk-throughs.
  • Communication of emergency situations, disturbances, and alarms within the centers to Public Safety.
  • Coordinate event logistics and support services for events in meeting rooms/event spaces, including but not limited to basic audio/visual equipment and tables and chairs.
  • Preparation of operation reports, including event information, maintaining log-in/log-out records of all building visitors, maintenance concerns, staffing issues, and patron counts for all areas.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

  • Enrolled as a current student at Rivier University.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills.
  • General knowledge of computers.
  • The ability to work independently.
  • Must present a professional image.
  • General knowledge of Rivier University

Supervision:

The position reports directly to the Associate Vice President for Student Success.

Rshearer@rivier or 603-897-8297

Graduate Student – Regina Library – Circulation Details

Job Family

Student Worker Graduate Student

Responsibilities

To perform a range of tasks related to the Circulation Department at the Regina Library.

Check out/in circulating and reserve materials in all formats. Shelve circulating materials. Assist in the supervision of student workers in the absence of the Reference Librarian. Provide patrons with a wide variety of informational assistance concerning library services and policies. In the absence of the Reference Librarian, provide basic reference assistance.  Assist patrons as needed in the basic use of computers, Microsoft Office products, printers, photocopiers, scanners, etc.

Assist with accomplishing routine circulation tasks, such as processing holds or maintaining the book stack areas by shelf reading, straightening, or shifting books on the shelves. Assist the Late Night Reference staff with closing procedures at the designated time. Perform building checks inside and out as scheduled, and report any maintenance issues.

Qualifications

Required: Current graduate student at Rivier University. Graduation date must be May 2019 or later. Ability to interact courteously and efficiently with library patrons; ability to exercise sound discretion when administering library policies. Excellent customer service orientation. The ability to work an extra hour during the last two weeks of each semester, when the library has extended hours.

 

Preferred: General office and organizational skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Overall understanding of academic library operations and library circulation systems, and basic reference assistance.

 

WORK SCHEDULE           

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday: 9 pm- midnight

(9 hours/week, through the end of Fall Semester 2018 and all of Spring Semester 2019 – 15 weeks/semester)

*During the week prior to finals and finals week, these hours will be shifted back an hour as the library stays open until 12 am on Sunday and 1 am Monday-Thursday.

*This position require working until the library closes.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals are invited to apply. And, while we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae or resume, the names of three (3) professional references, and starting pay expectations to jobs@rivier.edu or Office of Human Resources, Rivier University, 420 South Main Street, Nashua NH 03060. Rivier University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please Note: Review of applications is ongoing, and the position will remain open until filled.

Position Title:

Administration Work/Study Support Specialist

 Department:

Division of Business

Supervisor (name, title, contact information):

Amir Toosi, D.B.A.

Dean, Division of Business

Rivier University

420 S. Main St.

Nashua, NH 03060

Phone: (603) 897-8490

Fax: (603) 897-8885

E-mail: atoosi@rivier.edu

 Job Description:

The Division of Business Work/Study Support Specialist responds to, and supports administrative related projects and tasks, in furtherance of Division goals and objectives supporting the Institution, Division faculty and staff, and students.

Job Description:

  • Coordinate and assist the Administrative Assistant on event planning activities (e.g., conference calls, room reservations, informal meetings, etc.)
  • Develop PowerPoint Presentations for the Division of Business program offerings
  • Maintain and organize students’ confidential records accordingly via reviewing, scanning, and filing necessary records
  • Create and post events/topics/announcements on the Division Facebook page
  • Perform other job-related administrative duties as assigned by the Dean of Business and Administrative Assistant
  • Assists the Division of Business as needed

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

  • Must be fully admitted student in a Rivier University undergraduate degree program, be making satisfactory progress in that program, and maintain good academic standing (mandatory)
  • A team player that enjoys working on multiple projects
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented
  • Computer proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)
  • Strong academic record in undergraduate studies
  • Acceptable attire and grooming standards are expected

 Number of Students Needed:  1

Number of Hours per Week per Student:

7-10 hours each week, at times up to 13 hours a week

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Student Assistant

Office of the Registrar

This position reports to the Assistant Registrar.

Position Summary

This position plays a supportive role for the Office of the Registrar and will will assist with general administrative staffing needs and an organizational project connected to the file maintenance system.

Examples of Duties:

  1. Prepares completed graduation application forms for archiving.
  2. Assist with office procedures, walk-in transcript requests, greeting walk-ins, assists all students, faculty and staff
  3. Answer phones, takes messages, and provide information as needed.
  4. Assists in data entry and scanning documents to CAMS.
  5. Assists Registrar at campus events, such as graduation, Grad Finale, orientation, etc.
  6. Assists in printing necessary documents needed.
  7. Perform other duties as assigned.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Dependable, organized, customer service oriented, problem-solving team-player, oral and written communications skills. Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands. Flexibility and willingness to learn new skills. Computer proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Web page management application). English language proficiency.
Mental Demands: Self-starter.  Work effectively with other staff and students.  Judgment and discretion skills on when to act, when to consult others.
Physical Demands: Requires sitting occasionally for extended periods of time, and repetitive motions for operating computer mouse and keyboard.
Visual Demands: Computer monitor, reading, file reviews.
Environment: Pleasant office setting, computer, office and printer available.

POSITION:

Part-time student worker position, 10 hours per week.

APPLICATION:

Contact:           Dina Brown, Office of the Registrar

dbrown@rivier.edu or call 603-897-8633

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Circulation Desk Assistant –  Regina Library

 This position reports to the Access Services Coordinator.

Position Summary

This position is responsible for supporting the library circulation desk and ensuring a positive, welcoming environment and user experience for library patrons.

 

Examples of Duties

  1. Checking returned items in and loaned items out to patrons.
  2. Assisting library staff circulate complex items (ie. test kits, media equipment).
  3. Sorting library materials.
  4. Ensuring that library materials are appropriately organized.
  5. Assisting patrons with directional questions.
  6. Maintaining a welcoming and productive environment.
  7. Replenishing supplies (ie. staples, printer paper, writing utensils) as needed.
  8. Other duties may be assigned by the Access Services Coordinator and/or other library staff.
  9. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Skills: Customer service, clear communication, dependability, punctuality, attention to detail, organization. Library, retail, or office experience a plus.
Mental Demands: Demonstrable ability to learn and retain new information and procedures. Critical thinking, sound judgment, patience, and discretion.
Physical Demands: Most work will be done while seated at the circulation desk. Student will have to conduct an hourly walk-about of building.  May occasionally be tasked to lift/carry up to 20 lbs.
Visual Demands: Must be able to view computer screen for extended periods of time.
Environment: Very comfortable office setting with full and immediate access to library collections and resources.

 

POSITION:

Part-time student worker position

APPLICATION:

Contact: Please send resume and brief statement of interest to Samantha Cabral at scabral@rivier.edu.

 

Multicultural Student Engagement 

This position reports to the Lia Munoz, Coordinator of Multicultural Student Engagement.

Position Summary

Working up to 10 hours/week throughout the year, this position will require students to work directly with the Coordinator of Multicultural Student Engagement. Throughout the work study, students will assist with the planning and implementation of workshops and events held by the office. This includes but is not limited to: Let’s Talk About Series, Dinner Crews, Study Halls, and Heritage Month Celebrations. In addition, students will have the opportunity to develop marketing initiatives through the office and do intentional outreach to various populations of students and university stakeholders. Other duties as assigned.

Examples of Duties

  1. Assist with the planning of events and programs.
  2. Market for MSE events, programs, and trainings.
  3. Assist with trainings of Staff and Students
  4. Assist with research of demographics and trends in higher education
  5. Serve as a representative for MSE at Rivier and community events
  6. Run MSE social media accounts such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to promote events.
  7. Other duties as assigned by the Coordinator of Multicultural Student Engagement and other Student Engagement and Activities Staff

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Organizational, customer service, problem-solving, oral and written communications skills. Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands. Flexibility and willingness to learn new skills.
Preferred Traits: Independent, strong communication skills, works well with other students and staff, willingness to learn and develop professional skills, passion for social justice and inclusion efforts on campus.
Environment: Pleasant office setting, computer, office and printer available.

POSITION:

Up to 10 hrs./week work-study position.

APPLICATION:

Contact:            Lia Munoz

Multicultural Student Engagement Coordinator

207 Dion Center

(603)-897-8615

Lmunoz@rivier.edu

America Reads

This position reports to the coordinator of the program, Jessica Martucci.

Position Summary

This position enables Rivier students to become academic tutors in a variety of subjects to connect with local school to assist both teachers and students alike in furthering the learning experiences of the students.

Examples of Duties

  1. Willing to work with children and have the patience to work with children of different levels and ages
  2. Knowledge and skills on various subjects at an elementary school level
  3. Responsibility to hand in your own time card every two weeks
  4. Communication between coordinator and cooperating teacher
  5. Assist both teachers and students while in the classroom
  6. Provide your own transportation to and from local schools (some schools are within walking distance for those with no means of transportation)

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Organizational, problem-solving, oral and written communications skills with your coordinator and teacher.  Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands. Patience, Flexibility and cooperation. Responsibility for tracking your hours and turning in your time sheets.

 

Mental Demands: Self-motivated and organized.
Physical Demands: Requires transportation to and from local schools (walking, biking, driving, public transportation). Standing for periods of time. Bending to reach the height level of elementary school children.
Environment: Pleasant and welcoming classroom environment with a positive and encouraging attitude

POSITION:

Part-time student worker position

APPLICATION:

Contact:           Jessica Martucci/America Reads Coordinator/jmartucci@rivier.edu

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Job Description:  Art Gallery Facility and Equipment Upkeep

Position Title: Art Gallery Maintenance and Operations Assistant

Department: The Art Gallery

Reports to: Sr. Theresa Couture, Director           tcouture@rivier.edu

Duties: The ideal applicant is one who enjoys physical tasks and is especially skillful at working with his/her hands. Tasks vary, so background experience as an all around “handy-person” is important. Patching walls, adjusting lighting, setting up computer stations, helping pack and unpack shipments of art, organizing gallery storage areas, and basic repairs are some of the most regular items on the weekly “to-do” list.

Position Qualifications:

Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands; an attitude of helpfulness; attentiveness and carefulness in handling delicate objects and costly works of art; an ability to work at tasks with an eye for precision and fine-tuning; attentiveness to  specific instructions and deadlines; ability to work effectively under close supervision.

Duration: Depending on the needs of specific gallery exhibitions and general gallery operations, this work-study position offers employment 9 to 11 weeks per semester at a minimum of 2 to 3 hours per week.

In general, work hours are available after 4:00 PM Monday through Thursday, but because each exhibition period has different requirements, some flexibility is appreciated.

An application interview is required during the first week of classes. Kindly e-mail the Gallery Director, Sister Theresa Couture, at tcouture@rivier.edu. No phone calls please. In the e-mail describe your skills for this work-study position and also indicate hours when you can be available to work.

Number of students needed: one per semester.

Number of Hours per Week per Student: 2 to 3 minimum; 4 to 5 maximum. Number of hours can vary somewhat from week to week.

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Lab Assistant
Information Technology
This position reports to Sister Martha Villeneuve
Director of the Computer Center
Position Summary
This position: Lab Assistant
Job Duties and responsibilities
1. To be of assistance to students who are programming or using application software
2. To perform other duties as assigned by the Director of the Center.
3. To oversee the smooth operation and orderly setup of the computer labs.
4. To implement the management and procedural policies of the Computer Center.
5. To become skilled in using the scanner.
POSITION:
Part-time student worker
A good command of the Windows Operating System and Microsoft applications, MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
Also, a good grasp for a variety of printer setups, and replacement of toner cartridges in a variety of printers
Work effectively with other staff and student
Computer monitor, reading.
Pleasant computer lab setting, comfortable temperature.
APPLICATION:
Contact :
Sr. Martha Villeneuve, pm
Rivier University
420 S. Main St.
Nashua, NH 03060

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Desk Assistant

Student Life/Housing

This position reports to the Resident Directors

Position Summary

Desk Assistants (DAs) work in three of the four University Residence Halls. Varied hours are available from 11 am-12 midnight Sunday-Wednesday and from 11 am-2 am Thursday – Saturday. DAs answer phones, provide directions, monitor flow of traffic to and from building, register guests, make announcements and pages throughout the building, and serve as a receptionist for the residence hall in which they work. DAs receive training for their position at the University and as a Campus Security Authority (CSA).

A CSA is an individual who, by virtue of their university responsibilities and under the Clery Act, is designated to receive and report criminal incidents to the Department of Public Safety so that they may be included and published in the university’s Annual Security Report.

Examples of Duties

  1. Verifies student and guest identification.
  2. Facilitate guest registration upon entry.
  3. Make announcements using the intercom system.
  4. Assist the staff on duty with identifying students and guests and time lines of incidents.
  5. Inform Public Safety of suspected policy violations or those in progress
  6. Creates and checks graduation name cards against a report ran by the ACS Team.
  7. Answer phones, take messages, provide directions as needed.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Strong interpersonal, customer service, communication and telephone skills required.  Must be a Rivier Student, preferably a resident.
Mental Demands: Must be able to confront peers and guests. Must call Public Safety or the staff on duty to address concerns of behavior and observed violations of policy.
Physical Demands:
Visual Demands: Must be able to verify valid forms of identification and recall specific details of incidents and persons of concerns while on shift
Environment: Residence Hall lobby; fast paced, heavy flow of traffic at peak times, varied levels of noise throughout the day and evening.

APPLICATION:

Contact:  Eric Soucy

Resident Director

Guild Hall

603-897-8248

esoucy@rivier.edu

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Position: Nursing Lab Assistant Department: Division of Nursing and Health Professions

This position reports to the DNHP Resource Center Coordinator-Cheryl Bragdon

Position Summary

Students must have successfully completed NSG 101 and NSG 102. The lab work-study student is responsible for providing assistance to Nursing Lab faculty and students under the direction of the nursing faculty in coordination with the Nursing Lab Coordinator and the Assistant Coordinator.

Examples of Duties

* Helping to set up for skills labs

* Inventory and labeling of lab supplies

* Organization of lab supplies

* Sign out of lab equipment

* Cleaning and maintenance of equipment and lab rooms 102, 104 and 105

* all beds made neatly

* equipment put away or in baskets

* Helping students practice basic skills

* Other responsibilities as designated by lab faculty

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Dependable, approachable, knowledge of Fundamental nursing skills.
Mental Demands: Work effectively with other staff and students.
Physical Demands: Be able to sit and to walk around the lab and may occasionally be required to lift manikins or supply boxes.
Visual Demands: Observation of students practicing in the skills lab
Environment: Pleasant skills lab.

POSITION:

Part-time student worker position

APPLICATION:

Contact:  Cheryl Bragdon

DNHP Resource Center STH 1st floor

603-897-8663

cbragdon@rivier.edu

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Administration Work Study Support Specialist

Division of Business

This position reports to the Dean (primary) and Administrative Assistant (secondary), Division of Business.

Position Summary:

This position responds to and supports administrative related projects and tasks in furtherance of Division goals and objectives supporting the University, Division faculty and staff, and students.

 Examples of Duties:

  1. Coordinate and assist the Administrative Assistant on event planning activities (e.g., conference calls, room reservations, informal meetings, etc.)
  2. Develop slide presentations for the Division of Business program offerings
  3. Maintains and organizes students’ confidential records accordingly via reviewing, scanning, and filing necessary records
  4. Conduct research for faculty and Dean and provide data in format required (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  5. Prepare spreadsheets graphing survey responses
  6. Create and prepare for distribution Division of Business marketing materials, including folders, posters, and handouts
  7. Maintain the Division of Business bulletin board
  8. Assist in creation and posting to social media
  9. Perform other job-related administrative duties as assigned by the Dean of Business and Administrative Assistant
  10. Assist the Division of Business as needed

Position Qualifications: 

Skills: Team player with excellent interpersonal, organizational, customer service, problem-solving, oral and written communications skills.  Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands.  Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Knowledge of Microsoft Publisher and Project a plus.
Mental Demands: Self-starter.  Work under pressure to meet deadlines.  Work effectively with other staff and students.  Judgment and discretion skills on when to act, when to consult others.
Physical Demands: Requires sitting occasionally for extended periods of time, and repetitive motions for operating computer mouse and keyboard.  Ability to lift, pull, bend, grasp, and occasionally lift up to 20 lbs.
Visual Demands: Computer monitor, reading.
Environment:

 

Pleasant office setting, comfortable temperature. Business casual attire and grooming standards are expected.

Position:

Part-time student worker position, preferably 9.75 hours/week, Academic Year 2018-2019.

Application:

Contact:  Administrative Assistant, Division of Business – 603-897-8237

Division of Business

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______________________________________________________________________________________Student Dispatcher

Department of Public Safety

This position reports to the Director of Public Safety.

Position Summary

This position provides a support function for the University campus safety and security operations..

 Examples of Duties

  1. Have a constant presence in the Public Safety Office.
  2. Provide assistance to students, employees and guests of the University.
  3. Answers the telephones, which includes the emergency line and the non-emergency line.
  4. Dispatches calls for service to the officers on campus.
  5. Enters data into the campus public safety records system.
  6. Places telephone calls to persons as directed by the officers on campus.
  7. Issues parking permits and adding or updating that information in the campus public safety records system.
  8. Issue ID cards.
  9. Issue University owned vans out to the group that has reserved the vans and also accept the vans when they are returned.
  10. Return Found Property to the owner.
  11. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Public Safety or designee.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Organizational, customer service, oral and written communications skills.  Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands.
Mental Demands: Self-starter. Professional. Courteous. Work effectively with other staff and students.  Judgment and discretion skills on when to act, when to consult others.
Physical Demands: Requires sitting occasionally for extended periods of time, and repetitive motions for operating computer mouse and keyboard.
Visual Demands: Computer monitor, reading.
Environment: Pleasant office setting, comfortable temperature.

APPLICATION:

Contact:  Joe McDonald

Dion Center, Room 205

Rivier University

rmcdonald@rivier.edu

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Student Ambassador

Undergraduate Admissions

This position reports to the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, and the Executive Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions.

Position Summary

A Student Ambassador represents Rivier University to prospective students and families, as well as supports Admission staff in daily office operations. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Rivier University and have the ability to communicate the value of a Rivier education to all visitors.

 Examples of Duties

  1. Provide enthusiastic and effective tours of the Rivier campus to visiting students and families.
  2. Participate in weekend Admission events, including Open Houses and Information Sessions. Participation includes engaging with visiting students and families, as well as giving comprehensive tours of the Rivier Campus.
  3. Answer phones and conduct phone outreach to prospective students
  4. Assemble mailings and deliver them to the mail room
  5. Make various deliveries around campus
  6. Paperwork filing
  7. Maintain a clean and organized Student Ambassador Work room
  8. Photocopying
  9. Manage the front desk
  10. Event set up and break down
  11. Assemble folders for various events
  12. Assemble guidance counselor packets
  13. Assemble and mail acceptance packets

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills: Public speaking and effective communication skills, knowledge of Rivier’s mission, campus, and academic programs, time management and dependability, positive attitude and enthusiasm, ability to work as part of a team, desire to help others, availability to work several weekend events
Mental Demands: Ability to study and memorize the tour route and script. Desire to learn about the Rivier community including its founding and mission. Ability to retain information pertaining to several of Rivier’s academic programs, athletics, and extracurricular opportunities.
Physical Demands: Requires sitting occasionally for extended periods of time. Requires the ability to lead students and families on walking tours of the campus that can last up to an hour (rain or shine).  Ability to lift, pull, bend, grasp, and occasionally lift up to 20 lbs.
Visual Demands:  

Minimal work on a computer, but heavy visual demands to read paperwork, mailings, filings, etc.

Environment:  

Pleasant office setting, supervisors have open-door policy, comfortable temperature.

Available positions include:

– Mondays 10-12

– Mondays 11-1

– Wednesdays 10-12 (two positions available)

– Wednesdays 11-1

– Wednesdays 2-3:30

– Fridays 10-12

– Fridays 1:30-3:30

APPLICATION:

Contact:  Allison Pisani

Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions

Rivier University

P: (603) 897-8502

C: (603) 249-6877

apisani@rivier.edu

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NOTE: POSITION IS NOW FILLED –  Work Student Assistant

Office of Global Engagement

The OGE Work Student Assistant will be reporting to the Director of Global Engagement.  This is a part-time aide position. Work schedule will vary weekly.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible in maintaining the OGE inbox, phone calls, responds and assist all students, staff and faculty.
  • Assists in printing all necessary documents needed for faculty led trips and study abroad pre-departure sessions and preparing multimedia rooms for the events.
  • Manages the promotion of all trips and other OGE related events to the Rivier University community.
  • Assist in data entry of all SEVIS reporting information in preparation of Department of Homeland, SEVP visits and internal audits.
  • Monitors the Office of Engagement calendar of events; schedules information sessions for trips, advertise trips and events study abroad and teaching trips accordingly
  • Works closely with the Director of OGE in updating OGE’s social media outlets: Facebook, Instagram, Tweeter and the OGE website.
  • Assists the SEVIS recording of all online reports from the global engagement emails and mails
  • Perform other job-related administrative duties as assigned by the Director and her OGE team.
  • Assists all OGE Student Assistants as needed.

 QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, written and oral communication skills.
  • Dependable and able to use good judgment, perform job with minimal supervision
  • Strong organizational skill and ability to multi-task
  • Sensitive to the needs of all students, faculty and staff
  • Computer proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Web page management application)
  • Strong academic record in graduate studies and leadership potential
  • English language proficiency

For more information about the position, please contact Dey Barriga, Director of Global Engagement at dbarriga@rivier.edu or call 603-897-8782.

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ATHLETICS WORK STUDY POSITIONS

 Position Title:   Game Worker

Job Description:

-Do various jobs at Rivier intercollegiate games.

-Jobs can be: ball people, video-taping, scorekeeping, statistics keeping, gate/admissions, timer, clock, lines people-You will be assigned to jobs.  We can train you for the various positions

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

Responsible and reliable

-Interest in/knowledge of sports is helpful

-Flexible – games can be any day of the week morning-evening

Number of Students Needed:    15-20

Number of Hours per Week per Student:

-Will vary – depends on number of games worked per week.  You can look at the game schedule and choose which games you can work.

-Generally an event is 2.5-3 hours

-Positions are available Fall and Spring semesters

 Position Title: Statistics Crew (Statcrew) Worker

Job Description:

-Learn various stat programs for all sports

-Work at home games keeping in-game statistics

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

-Responsible and reliable

-Interest in/knowledge of sports

-Computer skills – willing to learn Stat-crew and Presto statistics programs

Flexible – games can be any day of the week morning-evening

Number of Students Needed:    4-8

Number of Hours per Week per Student: Will vary – depends on number of games worked per week.  You can look at the game schedule and choose which games you can work

-Generally an event is 2.5-3 hours

-Positions are available Fall and Spring semesters 

Position Title: Fitness Room Worker

Job Description:

-Greet and sign-in users for fitness room and gym

-Supervise the fitness room during open hours

-Give new users fitness room orientations on all of the equipment

-Replace weights, clean machines as needed

-Do computer input or other department duties as assigned 

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

-Responsible and reliable

-Interest in /knowledge of fitness, weight training

-Friendly – able to give proper fitness room orientations to students, faculty, staff

-Must be able to lift 45 pound weight plates

Number of Students Needed:    8-12

Number of Hours per Week per Student:  Will vary – not more than 12 hours/week

-Positions are available Fall and Spring semesters 

Position Title:  Laundry Worker

Job Description:

-Do team and department laundry as assigned

-Do various jobs at Rivier intercollegiate games.

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

Responsible and reliable

Interest in/knowledge of sports is helpful

Flexible – laundry times can be morning or evening and/or weekends

Number of Students Needed:  4-8

Number of Hours per Week per Student: Will vary – a laundry shift is generally 2-2.5 hours.

-Positions are available Fall and Spring semesters

Position Title:  Athletic Training Clinic Worker

Job Description:

-Do work in training room as needed—could include laundry, putting away supplies, helping trainers in small varied jobs, game set-up, helping trainers at some home games

Qualifications/Skills Needed:

Responsible and reliable

Interest in/knowledge of sports/sports medicine is helpful

Flexible – times will be late afternoons, evenings, weekends

Number of Students Needed:  2-4

Number of Hours per Week per Student: Will vary – Positions are available fall and spring semesters

Contact Joanne Merrill, jmerrill@rivier.edu, if you are interested in any of the Athletic Department’s positions.

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Student Assistants

Educational Resource Center (ERC)

 This position reports to the Educational Resource Center Assistant (Peter Guevin) pguevin@rivier.edu.

Position Summary 

Providing a friendly face for all patrons entering and exiting the library, this position requires ability to check books in and out, maintain a clean and orderly space, and assist patrons with basic library needs. 

Examples of Duties

The ERC is looking for student assistants to perform a variety of daily tasks including:

1.assisting library patrons at the main desk with circulation functions such as checking items in and out, retrieving course reserve materials, answering and transferring phone calls, etc.

2.Students will complete a variety of organizational tasks each hour, such as arranging returned items by call number, refilling printer paper, straightening up chairs, tidying up project areas, etc.

3.Additionally, students may be asked to help with special projects as needed.

4.Other duties as assigned by the Educational Resource Center Assistant, and other library staff personnel.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:  

Skills: Organizational, exceptional customer service attitude, problem-solving, excellent oral and written communications skills.  Ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands.  Typing speed of 45 wpm, attention to detail.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs. reliability and punctuality, ability to follow directions.

Mental Demands: Self-starter. Work effectively with other staff and students.  Judgment and discretion skills on when to act, when to consult others.
Physical Demands: Requires sitting occasionally for extended periods of time, and repetitive motions for operating computer mouse and keyboard.  Ability to lift, pull, bend, grasp, and occasionally lift up to 20 lbs.
Visual Demands: Computer monitor, reading.
Environment: Pleasant office setting.

APPLICATION: 

 Current available hours:

Mondays: 9am to 11am and 3pm to 7pm

Tuesdays 3pm to 6pm

Wednesdays: 9am to 11am

Contact:

Peter Guevin

Please send résumé to Peter Guevin at pguevin@rivier.edu

Job Description

Position Title:  Student Financial Services Assistant
Department:   Student Financial Services

This position reports to Pam Wedge, SFS Advisor.

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position entails a variety of different tasks, from filing, copying and shredding important documents to answering questions from parents and students (incoming and current) to analyzing data, running reports and special projects as assigned.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Skills:                           Confidentiality, excellent attention to detail and organizational skills, great customer service and communication skills, demonstrated ability with MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher, ability to balance a variety of tasks and demands, positive attitude and punctuality is necessary.

 

Mental Demands:       Confidentiality.  Self-starter.  Work under pressure to meet deadlines.  Work effectively with other staff and students.  Physical Demands:     Requires sitting or standing for extended periods of time, and repetitive motions for operating computer mouse and keyboard.  Ability to lift, pull, bend, grasp and occasionally lift up to 20 lbs.

Visual Demands:        Computer monitor, reading

Environment:              Pleasant office setting, comfortable temperature, business casual dress required.

POSITION:

Part-time student worker position – up to 10 hours per week.

 

APPLICATION:

Contact:          Pam Wedge

Student Financial Services

Send current resume to pwedge@rivier.edu