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Grounds Student Worker
The EIU Grounds Department is looking for a responsible, detail oriented student employee who and would be available to work outside assisting with beautifying the EIU Campus. April 7th is the requested start date for this position and flexible work hours are available. Please contact Scott at email@example.com.
Housing & Dining Services Business Operations
The Housing & Dining Business Operations is responsible for the accounting, reporting, reconciliation, and contracts for 26 departments. The Housing Operation includes Technical Support, Residential Life, University Apartment Operations, Residence Hall Building Operations, Office of Student Standards and Administrative Support. The Dining Operations include Retail Operations (Food Court, Catering, Java and Thomas Convenience Store) in addition to the 3 Residence Hall Food Services (Thomas, Taylor and Tower). We are one of the largest and most complex operations within the University.
Responsibilities: Selling of dining dollars and off campus meal plans to students Completion of forms for meal plans and dining dollars Updating meal plan information on CBORD Odyssey computer system Customer Service (answering telephones/greeting customers in high traffic office) Setting up, organizing, and maintaining files Checking, sorting, alphabetizing, and totaling documents Assist staff with dining invoices. Assist staff with reconciling monthly transactions and meal contracts Data entry primarily in Excel worksheets
Qualifications: Completion of two college level accounting classes required Classroom or work experience with Excel & Word software required Ability to pay close attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy Ability to complete work in a timely manner Ability to use calculator or adding machine Independent-self starter Excellent organizational skills Excellent customer service skills Excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills Terms: Must be available the week prior to the first day of school Fall 2014 Starting Wage is $8.30 per hour
To apply, please email resume, cover letter, transcripts, class schedule, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 17, 2014 Position to be filled by April 7, 2014.
POSITION New Student Programs is seeking 50 well-rounded student leaders to participate in the development and implementation of EIU’s Prowl Programs (Orientation) as Prowl Leaders (PL’s). Prowl Leaders will play a key role in the transition of over 3,000 new students and their families by guiding and leading new students through their first weeks at EIU. Prowl Leaders will have the opportunity to build relationships, interact with University staff and faculty, and lead a team of peers. Individuals selected will serve as mentors and role models and be responsible for making new students’ experience during Opening Weekend and Prowl fun, eventful, and informative.
APPLICATION & INTERVIEW PROCESS Application – Due Friday, March 19, 2014 (Returning Prowl Leader Applications Due: Friday, March 5, 2014) Submit the online application at http://www.eiu.edu/nsp/pl_lpl.php
Interview Process - The individual process will take approximately 1 hour. The process will consist of two parts: Candidates participating in a group activity and the selection committee asking a series of questions to candidates.
QUALIFICATIONS - Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.3 Be in good judicial standing with the university. Ability to be outside and on your feet for long periods of time. Have a positive attitude. Be flexible, motivated, and open minded. Be passionate about EIU
COMMITMENTS - Spring Training - Prowl Leader Training Session 1 (Week of April 14), Prowl Leader Training Session 2 (Week of April 21), Prowl Leader Training Session 3 (Saturday, April 26, 10:00am-3pm), Prowl Training and Preparation (Sunday, Aug. 17 - Wednesday, Aug. 20), Facilitate Opening Weekend (Thursday, Aug. 21 - Sunday, Aug. 24), Facilitate Prowl Events, including Prowl Booths (Aug. 25 - Sep. 30). Attend events as assigned.
REMUNERATION - Staff members will receive several types of remuneration: Honorarium for commitments with Prowl Week and Fall Opening ($100 to be paid in mid September). Move-in to residence halls, Greek Court, University Court, or University Apartments on Sunday August 17, 2014. Meals from August 17-22, 2014 (when Dining Service’s is open). Staff Apparel. Opportunity to develop leadership skills, build effective teams, and make new friends. Be a part of an EIU tradition!
Please contact the New Student Programs office at 581-6435 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Office of Energy and Sustainability is hiring people to work on the recycling crew. The recycling crew transports recyclable materials from buildings to CCAR Industries or Facilities Planning and Management. This requires lifting of recycling materials (30-40 lbs average, ocassional heavy items 75-90 lbs) for loading and unloading and driving of F350 dump trucks. Students must also be able to get in and out of the truck and the bed portion for loading and unloading. 1 year driving experience required, driving of dump trucks a plus. The Recycling Crew starts no earlier than 7AM and ends no later than 3PM Monday through Friday. The job is outdoors in all kinds of weather. (sun, rain, snow, heat, cold, etc.) Crews work in pairs. The typical crew member works 10-15 hrs/wk in the fall and 8-10 hrs/wk in the spring. To apply, send a brief resume and the answer to the following questions: What do you want to do with your degree, once you receive it? Why do you want to work on the Recycling Crew? Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org This requires lifting of recycling materials (30-40 lbs average, ocassional heavy items 75-90 lbs) for loading and unloading and driving of F350 dump trucks. Students must also be able to get in and out of the truck and the bed portion for loading and unloading. 1 year driving experience required, driving of dump trucks a plus. The job is outdoors in all kinds of weather. (sun, rain, snow, heat, cold, etc.) Crews work in pairs. The typical crew member works 10-15 hrs/wk in the fall and 7-10 hrs/wk in the spring.
The recycling crew transports recyclable materials from buildings to CCAR Industries and Facilities Planning and Management. The Recycling Crew starts no earlier than 7AM and ends no later than 3PM Monday through Friday. To apply, send a brief resume and the answer to the following questions: What do you want to do with your degree, once you receive it? Why do you want to work on the Recycling Crew? Submissions can be sent to email@example.com