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Open Student Employment Positions

Student Patrol (Job ID: 2010)

Department: Public Safety | Supervisor: Jesse Lee and Jason Keaveney
Start Date: 8/16/2019

Job Description: STUDENT PATROLTo be assigned as a team with one other Patroller to conduct foot and bike patrols in all areas of the University, as well as University property located on Valley Road and Bellamy Road. The times of assignment are on weekdays, weeknights, and weekends in varying types of weather. A Student Patroller is responsible for the protection of all persons on University property, their personal property as well as University property and / or property associated with the University. They are to be observant for any and all situations that occur on University property that need to be reported to University Police.

Qualifications: Must be capable of submitting clear and concise reports concerning all incidents occurring while on duty.Must possess good verbal communications skills.Must be capable of typing a brief summary of patrol events into the daily log. Must be thoroughly familiar with all other responsibilities and limitations.Must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 G.P.A.

Student Security Assistant (Job ID: 2654)

Department: Public Safety | Supervisor: Jesse Lee and Jason Keaveney
Start Date: 8/26/2019

Job Description: STUDENT SECURITYWork under the direction of one or more security Supervisors to ensure that a safe environment is maintained at the Alumni Healthful Living Center. The student assigned to this position will be responsible for conducting security and access control procedures, observing and reporting any instances of suspicious activity, intrusion, vandalism, or maintenance problems to their immediate supervisor. They will be responsible for conducting thorough building inspections at both locations. They will further be assigned to provide security at a variety of special events.

Qualifications: Must be a person of high moral standards, neat, personable, articulate, and be capable of maintaining his/her composure under stressful situations.Must possess strong verbal communications skills.Must have and maintain a minimum 2.5. G.P.A.

Receptionist (Job ID: 2681)

Department: Health Services | Supervisor: Kathy Reid
Start Date: 8/28/2017

Job Description: Employee will assist the Office Manager and healthcare providers as needed in the daily operation of the Health Services office. Good telephone etiquette and knowledge of office equipment is necessary. Ability to work well with minimal supervision. Outgoing personality and friendly demeanor a MUST.

Circulation Aide (Job ID: 2687)

Department: D | Supervisor: Gina Finnegan
Start Date: 8/26/2019

Job Description: We will are currently accepting applications for the Fall 2019 semester. The circulation aide is the face of D’Amour Library, as he/she is the person library visitors will interact with most often. Circulation aides are responsible for manning the circulation desk and answering various questions about the library, both in person and on the phone. Circulation aides check in and check out library materials to patrons, shelve library materials, maintain organization of various library collections, and monitor library printers and printer supplies. Circulation aides may be responsible for assisting with opening and closing the library, and completing other library related projects as assigned.

Qualifications: This position is only open to students with a federal work study award.

(Job ID: 13073)

Start Date: 9/1/2019

Job Description: ResponsibilitiesBecome the VP Marketing of L.L.Bean on your campus!As a Student Ambassador you will be given the unique opportunity to introduce the L.L.Bean brand to your campus. Your responsibilities will include but may not be limited to:-Identify campus-specific activation opportunities and brainstorm ways to integrate the L.L.Bean brand-Be an on-campus social media influencer-Engage and support on-brand university clubs and organizations-Partner with and/or produce events on/off campus-Collect product feedback and relay details to your managerThis opportunity is for the Fall semester.

Qualifications: QualificationsThe Skills: -Passion for the outdoors and L.L.Bean's core activities-Have the ability to demonstrate extraordinary communication & organizational skills.-Be comfortable working on your own while receiving remote coaching and supervision.-Possess an outgoing personality with a desire to positively represent the L.L.Bean brand.-Capable of using digital social sites and understand networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.