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11/17/14…………Apply to be a RA

The Resident Assistant position is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have on campus. This position provides an opportunity to meet new people, make a difference in the lives of others, and teach you skills for your future. As an RA, you will have an opportunity to graduate with a unique skill set and memories that will last a lifetime.

Applications due December 8.

Application can be found on the Housing and Residence Life page (HERE)

 

 

11/6/14............Peer Mentor Needed!

Do you want to be a LEADER inside and outside of the classroom? Will you be at least a SOPHOMORE by Fall 2015? Do  you want professionally relevant leadership EXPERIENCE? Do you want to SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT first year students?  If you answered yes to any of these questions then being a Peer Mentor for the First Year Experience may be what you are looking for!

View more information and apply online at www.utc.edu/first-year-experience or email laura-bass@utc.edu with any additional questions that you may have.

Applications are due November 21st.  Interviews will take place January 26-30.

 

 

11/5/14.............The UTC Bookstore is NOW HIRING! 

Join Barnes & Noble College and become part of a diverse talented team of Booksellers dedicated to offering amazing customer service. 

We are currently accepting applications for temporary employment for our rental return and spring rush period. 

Apply Online Today at BNCOLLEGEJOBS.COMPlease be sure to attach your current exam/spring schedule if you are a current student.

 

 

11/05/14............ Spring SEMESTER 2015 CONTENT TUTORS

The Office of Student-Athlete Academic Support needs tutors for Spring 2015 for subjects including but not limited to: Mathematics, Chemistry, History, English, Management, Economics, Accounting, Biology, HHP, Sociology, and Psychology.

Undergraduate and Graduate students with strong academic histories and at least a Junior standing should apply.  Pay: $9 - $11/hour for 10-15 hours a week based on qualifications. Includes individual and group tutoring.

Email your résumé and interest to Aaron-Davis01@utc.edu

 

 

11/4/14………..Spring 2015 Peer Tutors

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs peer tutors for spring 2015 for subjects including, but not limited to, biology, chemistry, engineering, math, and physics.

Applicants must be current UTC upperclassmen, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and received an A or B in the subjects to be tutored.

Pay: $7.50/hour for up to 15 hours per week.

To apply: Please pick up an application in our office located at Collins Street Annex, room 104, or E-mail Julie-Amerson@utc.edu

 

 

10/28/14………..  VETERAN STUDENT WORKER POSITION: UTC RECORDS OFFICE, OFFICE OF VETERAN AFFAIRS 

JOB DESCRIPTION: The VA student worker position will consist of assisting the Veteran Affairs School Certifying Official with performing office functions specifically related to the VA enrollment process and the maintenance of VA student records. 

As a VA student worker recipient, the VA contracts directly with you to provide service to veterans, reservists, and dependents at a VA approved work site. 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?  

The VA work-study allowance is available to persons training under the following programs:  

  • Post-9/11 GI Bill--(38 U.S.C. Chapter 33)
  • Montgomery GI Bill--Active Duty (38 U.S.C. Chapter 30)
  • REAP Participants
  • Montgomery GI Bill--Selected Reserve (10 U.S.C. Chapter 1606)
  • Post-Vietnam Era Veterans' Educational Assistance Program (38 U.S.C. Chapter 32)
  • Dependents' Educational Assistance Program (38 U.S.C. Chapter 35)
  • Eligible dependents under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 35 may use work study only while training in a State.
  • National Call to Service Participants
  • Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program -- (38 U.S.C. Chapter 31)
  • VA will select students for the work-study program based on different factors.  

If you're a full-time or 3/4-time student in a college degree program, or a vocational or professional program, you can "earn while you learn" with a VA work-study allowance.  

QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED 

  • Proficient with MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills 

JOB DUTIES

  • Maintain coverage in the Records Office, Office of Veteran Affairs to assist students as they come in to the office for questions, receive or turn in VA documentation.
  • Direct students to the appropriate office to assist them further with their needs on campus as a student.
  • Assisting new students by providing information regarding to the benefits and documents required to begin using their VA educational benefits.
  • Assist new students with completing their application for educational benefits online.
  • Provide required documentation to students to complete for their file.
  • Monitor student’s records.
  • Assist with review and monitoring files verifying student’s enrollment each term.
  • File all documents after they are complete.
  • Shred documents no longer required to maintain in the office.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating the Office of Veteran Affairs web page.
  • Assist with mass mailings to VA students.
  • Ensure filing materials are maintained and organized. 

HOURLY WAGE: equal to the Federal minimum wage or your State minimum wage, whichever is greater.

HOW TO APPLY: Please contact the Coordinator of Veteran and Military Student Services, Squoia Holmes at Squoia-Holmes@utc.edu for information on how to apply.

 

 

10/22/14.............Starbucks Coffee Shop on campus is now accepting applications!

Starbucks is looking for 25 full and part time employees to work in the new Starbucks to be located in the library.  

To pick up an application, please visit the Dining Services main office in UC Room 251 (next to the food court) from 9am-12pm or 2pm to 5pm

 

 

10/21/14...............Student Technology Center Jobs

The Student Technology Center will be accepting applications for positions in the Student Technology Center

Qualified applicants should have exceptional technical knowledge, great customer service skills, a good attitude, and an ability to learn quickly. The Student Technology Center is located in room 124 of the University Center and assists students with a variety of technical issues. These job duties include, but are not limited to answering the phones and provide technical support for faculty and staff.

Those interested should apply here: http://www.utc.edu/information-technology/departments/client-services/student-technology-center/stc-application.php

 

 

10/21/14...............Tier 1 Support Technician

Faculty and Staff Client Services will be accepting applications for tier 1 support technicians in the Student Technology Center.

Qualified applicants should have exceptional technical knowledge, great customer service skills, a good attitude, and an ability to learn quickly. Client Services provides the first level of technical support for students, faculty, and staff through phone and e-mail requests.

Those interested should apply here: http://www.utc.edu/information-technology/departments/client-services/student-technology-center/stc-application.php

 

 

10/20/14….. Audiovisual Student Workers

Position Summary

AV student technicians are expected to deliver, setup, operate, return, and trouble shoot various types of audiovisual equipment. Equipment will include video projectors, microphones (wired and wireless), computers, projection screens, speakers, and mixing boards.

We will work around your class schedule. Operating hours are 7:30am-8:00pm M-Th, and 7:30am-5:00pm Fridays, and some weekends (weekend times will vary).

Pay rate will be $7.50 for at least 20 hours/wk.

 Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  • Setting up projector carts for events and classrooms
  • Setting up sound systems
  • Delivering AV equipment around campus
  • Provide AV support for events
  • Reformatting computers
  • Entering reservation requests by phone, walk-ins, or email
  • Responding to technical issues with classroom AV systems and mobile equipment.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Must have a valid drivers license
  • Experience with Mac & PC troubleshooting
  • Familiar with audio and video equipment and cabling
  • Friendly and professional customer service skills
  • Hard working, self-initiating, and works well in a team
  • Able to think on your feet and problem solve

Interested candidates are encouraged to stop by our office in the UC room 212 to pick up an application. For more information please contact James Spruill at James-Spruill@utc.edu

http://www.utc.edu/center-academic-innovative-technologies/classroom-technologies/

 

 

10/20/14............Spring Semester 2015 Supplemental Instruction Leaders Needed

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs to hire SI Leaders in Biology and Chemistry for spring 2015. SI Leaders are students who have previously done well in the course. These students attend the class lectures, take notes, and facilitate peer study sessions.

Who can apply:  Biology and Chemistry majors and/or students with A or B grades in these courses   

Pay:  $8.50/hour for 10 hours a week

To apply: Email Mary-Roland@utc.edu for an application

 

 

10/17/14…………Marketing Intern PAID POSITION - ARAMARK

Job Summary: Marketing interns are responsible for being the liaison between the student body and ARAMARK via peer-to peer marketing, campus dining promotional events, and creating marketing materials for the units.    

Essential Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Act as a liaison between ARAMARK and the student body through peer-to-peer marketing, reaching out to student groups, coordinating the marketing schedule with university events, and conducting student surveys and focus groups
  • Ability to communicate students trends by providing information on student needs, study habits, and activities to assist in identifying missed on-campus markets
  • Act as the on-campus contact for the marketing department when the Marketing Manager is unavailable
  • Develop relationships with outside vendors to obtain pricing and print requirements and follow-up to ensure completion of projects (printers, designers, etc.)
  • Communicate daily with the Marketing Manager and work together to prioritize tasks
  • Develop text, layout, and design for first drafts of promotional materials (brochures, postcards, emails, flyers, signage, posters, etc.)
  • Review promotional materials before they are distributed
  • Interact with customers while working at various marketing events such as meal plan sign-up tables, residential theme dinners, and promotions
  • Give presentations or speak to customers at open house, orientations, club meetings, etc.
  • Distribute marketing materials to the dining locations and make sure materials posted are up to date (posters, maps, table tents, napkin ads, etc.)
  • Conduct competitive analysis and market penetration study to establish current state of the account
  • Research and organize MarketPLAN and MarketMATCH data
  • Oversee long-term projects and assist with administrative tasks
  • Enter data into Excel spreadsheets for analysis, interpret spreadsheet data and convert to an executive summary
  • Update the campus dining website with new information on locations, hours of operation, menus, etc. as needed and generate new ways to increase website traffic and student interest
  • Analyze the communication strategy’s impact on voluntary meal plan sales, retail check average and customer counts
  • Maintain a professional image
  • Ability to lift at least 10 pounds

Additional Job Functions:

  • Assist in other departments as needed
  • Completion of any task requested by a supervisor or member of the ARAMARK management team.

Required Qualifications:

  • Excellent customer service and communication skills
  • Ability to understand and use Microsoft Office
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail

Desired Qualifications:

  • Flexible availability
  • Knowledge of Acrobat Adobe and other graphic design programs
  • Ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift 20 pounds or more
  • 2 years of work experience
  • Business or marketing related major, concentration, or minor

Work Environment: Marketing offices and campus dining locations.  Involves repetitive motion

To apply for the position visit http://utc.campusdish.com/Careers.aspx and Keyword Search for UTC or come by the Dining Services office in the University Center Room 251

 

 

10/9/14……….UTC Phonathon Student Supervisor – Development Office

OVERVIEW

The UTC Phonathon is an integral part of the university’s fundraising and alumni relations effort. This program is a great way to show your love of UTC and to make a direct impact on the campus. Our phonathon callers contact UTC alumni and donors and encourage them to contribute to the university, wherever they feel most passionate about. These funds can be used for scholarships, financial aid, student and faculty research projects, study abroad expenses, and many other programs not funded by tuition. Phonathon callers also update alumni demographics, as well as inform them about campus and answer any questions they may have about UTC. The student supervisor leads all of the callers.

ROLE OF STUDENT SUPERVISOR

  • Recruiting student callers each semester through e-mails, flyers, presentations, etc.
  • Aid in the interview, hiring, and training process of the UTC Phonathon Callers.
  • Aid in supervising nightly calling shifts.
  • Attend bi-weekly or monthly meetings.
  • Verifying and organizing necessary paperwork.
  • Coaching callers.
  • Answer alumni or caller questions.
  • Creating an enthusiastic, motivating atmosphere.
  • Must have a relatively flexible schedule.

BENEFITS

  • Rewarding job experiences.
  • Excellent resume builder for any future career field.
  • Ability to develop oral communication and customer service skills.
  • Opportunity to meet top leadership at UTC.
  • Interaction with alumni and donors.

SCHEDULE

Sunday 4:30-9:30 p.m. and Monday – Thursday 5:30-9:30 p.m. You will supervise two nightly shifts and pick the Sunday shifts to supervise. You will also have the same set schedule throughout the semester, which allows you to work around the work schedule as needed. If you are looking for extra hours, you may have the opportunity to supervise extra calling shifts. This is a part-time position in which you will likely work 15-20 hours per week.

APPLICATION MATERIALS

Please submit to Kelly Rhoades: 1. Resume; 2. An essay explaining why philanthropy is important and why you feel you are the best candidate for this position.

QUESTIONS?

Contact Kelly Rhoades by e-mail at kelly-rhoades@utc.edu or stop by the Development House if you have any questions.

 

 

10/9/14………..UTC Phonathon Caller – Development Office

OVERVIEW

The UTC Phonathon is an integral part of the university’s fundraising and alumni relations effort. This program is a great way to show your love of UTC and to make a direct impact on the campus. Our phonathon callers contact UTC alumni and donors and encourage them to contribute to the university, wherever they feel most passionate about. These funds can be used for scholarships, financial aid, student and faculty research projects, study abroad expenses, and many other programs not funded by tuition. Phonathon callers also update alumni demographics, as well as inform them about campus and answer any questions they may have about UTC. The student supervisor leads all of the callers.

As a UTC Phonathon caller, you will be responsible for calling UTC alumni and donors to ask for monetary support that will benefit all programs within the university. A UTC Phonathon employee must complete a mandatory two day training program prior to their first calling session.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. Excellent oral communication skills;
  2. Positive attitude and self-motivation;
  3. Dependable and punctual;
  4. Competitive spirit;
  5. Energetic and enthusiastic;
  6. Respond to e-mails in a timely manner;
  7. Attend mandatory training sessions;
  8. Capable of working the same schedule all semester.

CALL REQUIREMENTS

  1. During calls, callers are responsible for:
  2. Collecting and updating constituent demographic information;
  3. Develop positive relationships with all those contacted;
  4. Knowledge of current events and achievements around the university, from construction projects to rankings on academic listings;
  5. Soliciting funds for various areas around campus;
  6. Maintain professionalism at all times.

SCHEDULE

Sunday 5-9 p.m. and Monday – Thursday 6-9 p.m. You are required to work at least two shifts during the week. You will be aware of the Sunday shifts you must work and will have the same set schedule during the semester. Callers looking for extra hours may have the opportunity to sign up for extra calling shifts. This is a part-time position that can offer 10-20 hours per week.

APPLICATION MATERIALS

Contact Kelly Rhoades by e-mail at kelly-rhoades@utc.edu or stop by the Development House for an application.

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