Phonathon Associates Needed - Institutional Advancement
Student University Employment Position Description
Department: Annual Giving and Alumni Relations
Supervisor: Katie DaSilva
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone number: 860.231.5364
Position title: Phonathon Associate
Hours (please be specific as to days and times): Monday - Thursday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., at least two shifts per week preferred.
Number of students needed: 6 – 10
Position description: Phonathon Associates have the opportunity to be the voice of today’s University of Saint Joseph experience. Associates are a part of the student Phonathon team, working together to call USJ alumni to update their personal information, secure gifts for the Annual Fund and to reconnect alumni with the University.
Special skills needed: Strong communication/phone skills, outgoing, hard-working, friendly, reliable, and able to represent the University in a positive manner.
Other: Some of the benefits that you will receive working as a Phonathon Associate: ideal work hours, incentives such as prizes for meeting goals, snacks and beverages, and end-of-semester parties, learn resume building skills such as public relations, fundraising, communication, and marketing skills and the opportunity to network by conversing with alumni in various professions across the U.S.
Important Dates: Interviews will be scheduled after application is reviewed. Last day to apply is Thursday, August 27.
Undergraduate Student Assistant Needed - Institute for Latino Community Practice (I-LCP)
Student Employment Position Description
Department: Institute for Latino Community Practice (I-LCP)
Supervisor/hiring manager: Dr. Madeline Perez, Director-Institute for Latino Community Practice
Vivian Garibay Presa, Graduate Assistant (Task Supervisor)
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Contact phone: 860. 231.5394
Position title: I-LCP Undergraduate Student Assistant
Number of students needed: one
Hours: 4-5 hours a week in the fall (specific days and times to be determines; some flexibility)
5-8 hours a week in the spring (specific days and times to be determines; some flexibility)
Position description: Students will assist with various clerical tasks, including word and data processing, filing, copying, etc. They will be expected to assist in the behind the scenes planning of events which include but are not limited to tasks such as preparing meeting materials and room set up. Students will also retrieve research articles for the USJ library database.
Special skills needed: Ability to use Word, Excel, Power point, and social media
Other: Looking for students to start in the fall 2015 semester and preferably to continue throughout Spring 2016.
How to apply: Send email inquiry and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org