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Events Office Intern

Department: Events Office, Alexander Hall
Immediate Supervisor: Heather Jones
Pay Rate: $7.25
Hiring Manager: Heather Jones
Phone Number: 724-847-6520
Dress Code: For day to day office work, neat but casual attire is appropriate. Sweatshirts and sweatpants are not permitted. For certain events, you may be asked to wear more formal attire.

Work Hours/Schedule: Approximately 14 weeks at 10 hours / week. Exact daily schedule will be determined upon hiring and reviewing student's class schedule.

Primary purpose of position: Event interns are an essential part of the Office of Special Events. There are numerous aspects of event production and to pull off a great event, it takes many hands and minds working together. The goal of this internship is for students to gain experience with event strategy and execution, as well as creative thinking, team work and time management..

Duties and responsibilities: While an intern's day to day responsibilities will often vary, some responsibilities you can expect to have are:
* Designing and Assembling signage for events
* Input data into various computer programs
* Assisting with the tracking of event registrations
* Compiling name tags
* Organizing event supplies
* Assisting with various event set ups and tear downs
* Contacting local businesses to request services and products for events
* Assist with creating and assembling event décor
* Working with other departments on campus
* Working various aspects of an event (i.e. registration, greeting, parking, etc)
 
Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014.

Student Worker (4 positions available)

Department: Athletics/Athletic Training Room
Immediate Supervisor: Lisa Karlinsey
Pay Rate: $7.25
Hiring Manager: Lisa Karlinsey
Phone Number: 724-847-5003
Dress Code: Casual for daily work; khakis and approved shirt for game days

Work Hours/Schedule: approx. 8 hours/week during semester. Possibility for extra hours mid-August.  Saturday work/travel required.

Primary purpose of position: Assist Athletic Trainers in daily functions of the Athletic Training room.

Duties and responsibilities: Prepare water for practices, tape athletes once taping is learned, travel with football team, set up field for games, first aid and wound management
 
Educational Requirements and/or experience: First Aid/CPR certification

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for
: Fall 2014.

Photography Intern

Department: PR, lower level Alexander hall
Immediate Supervisor: Kristen Lang
Pay Rate: Minimum Wage
Hiring Manager: Kristen Lang
Phone Number: 724-847-6704
Dress Code: Dress code is dependent upon the type of event the intern will be working. Black polo provided for formal events.

Work Hours/Schedule: Office hours 1-2 a week, plus 1 event (1-2 hours).

Primary purpose of position: The PR photo intern takes professional photos for Geneva's website, publications and social media.

Duties and responsibilities: The PR photo intern is expected to take event, group (posed), commercial (building) and portrait (headshots) photography.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: The PR intern must have some knowledge of DSLAR cameras. People skills are extremely important as well as the ability to think creatively on your feet. The photo intern also must be able to carry 35 pounds (the lights).

Educational Requirements and/or experience: Applicants are required to show their abilities/experience through samples of their work. Please submit samples to kllang@geneva.edu.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall and Spring 2014-15 Semesters

Human Resources Intern

Department: Human Resources/Old Main
Immediate Supervisor: Andrea Kamicker
Pay Rate: $7.25
Hiring Manager: Scott Sharik/Andrea Kamicker
Phone Number: 724-847-6560
Dress Code: Business Casual (No jeans/t-shirts, etc.)

Work Hours/Schedule: 10 hours per week for each semester. Additional late summer work for local applicant. No work during school breaks and holidays

Primary purpose of position: Administrative and project support of the Human Resources functions.

Duties and responsibilities:
* Assist with HR functions, including but not limited to student employment, recruiting, orientation, training, data entry, file maintenance, correspondence, and employee events.
* May assist with various HR projects such as re-designing orientation program and other ad-hoc projects
* Performs other duties as assigned

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:
1. Strong Administrative skills (filing, sorting, report creation, etc.)
2. Strong phone skills
3. General HR knowledge
4. Ability to pay attention to details
5. Ability to work independently
6. Intermediate level Word/Excel skills
7. Proper business phone etiquette
8. Ability to interact with all levels of employees
9. Ability to lift 25 lbs.

Educational Requirements and/or experience:
* H.R. or Business Coursework
* Sophomore to Junior-level (in the fall) preferred

Additional Information: Applicants must:
* Maintain confidentiality
* Manage and prioritize workload
* Prioritize multiple projects and multiple timelines
* Keep large amount of paperwork organized and readily accessible

Please complete a student employment application and submit a resume to the Office of Human Resources until April 11, 2014.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014.

Public Relations Intern (Fall)

Department: Public Relations
Immediate Supervisor: Greg Wise and Jason Panella
Pay Rate: Minimum
Hiring Manager: Greg Wise
Phone Number: 724-847-6527
Dress Code: Business Casual/no denim

Work Hours/Schedule: Flexible, Contact department for specifics

Primary purpose of position: Assisting and supporting the public relations office in communicating and building relationships with the campus, community and various college constituents.

Duties and responsibilities: The public relations interns are responsible for completing a variety of marketing and PR related projects, including: drafting communications including news releases, letters and e-mails; writing feature articles, profile pieces, web content or brochure copy; editing and proof-reading; researching media, websites, competitive information and other onine information; and assisting in office-related tasks such as clipping newspapers, making copies and answering the telephone as needed.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Promptness; ability to follow-through with tasks; willingness to take initiative; attention to detail; team attitude; good written and verbal communication skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 

Educational requirements and/or experience: Writing experience is required.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall/Spring 2014-15.

Public Relations Summer Web Intern

Department: Public Relations
Immediate Supervisor: Michael Duncan
Pay Rate: Min. Wage
Hiring Manager: Michael Duncan
Phone Number: 724-847-6528 mwduncan@geneva.edu
Dress Code: Business Casual /no denim

Work Hours/Schedule: flexible, contact department for specifics

Primary purpose of position: Assisting and supporting the public relations webmaster in updating and maintaining the Geneva College website.

Duties and responsibilities: The public relations web intern is responsible for helping the webmaster as needed, including a variety of data entry and coding projects.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:
ability to follow-through with tasks; willingness to take initiative; attention to detail; team attitude; good written and verbal communication skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment; data entry, HTML, Photoshop, and a working level knowledge of web design experience.

Educational Requirements and/or experience: Familiar with HTML and website design.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Summer 2014.

Events Office Summer Intern

Department: Events Office
Immediate Supervisor: Heather Jones
Pay Rate: Minimum
Hiring Manager: Heather Jones
Phone Number: 724-847-6520
Dress Code: For day to day office work, neat but casual attire is appropriate, Shorts and tank tops are not permitted. For certain events, you may be asked to wear more formal attire.

Work Hours/Schedule: The job begins June 2, 2014 and your final day will  be August 15, 2014. Approximately 12 weeks at  25-30 hours / week; total summer hours will be between 300-312 yours. Exact daily start / end times will be determined upon hiring and may vary depending on scheduled events.
*Mandatory Work Days: June 13th Preview Day; June 16th Preview Day

Primary purpose of position: Event Interns are an essential part of the Office of Special Events. There are numerous aspects to event production and to pull off a great event, it takes many hands and minds working together. The goal of this internship is for students to gain experience with event strategy and execution, as well as creative thinking, team work and time management.

Duties and responsibilities: While an intern's day to day responsibilities will often vary, some responsibilities you can expect to have are:
*Designing and Assembling signage for events
*Input data into various computer programs
*Assisting with the tracking of event registrations
*Compiling name tags
*Organizing event supplies
*Assisting with  various event set ups and tear downs
*Contacting local businesses to request services and products for events
*Assist with creating and assembling event décor
*Working with other departments on campus
*Working various aspects of an event (i.e. registration, greeting, parking, etc.)

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Summer 2014.

Public Relations Intern (Summer)

Department: Public Relations
Immediate Supervisor: Greg Wise and Jason Panella
Pay Rate: Minimum
Hiring Manager: Greg Wise
Phone Number: 724-847-6527
Dress Code: Business Casual/no denim

Work Hours/Schedule: Flexible, Contact department for specifics

Primary purpose of position: Assisting and supporting the public relations office in communicating and building relationships with the campus, community and various college constituents.

Duties and responsibilities: The public relations interns are responsible for completing a variety of marketing and PR related projects, including: drafting communications including news releases, letters and e-mails; writing feature articles, profile pieces, web content or brochure copy; editing and proof-reading; researching media, websites, competitive information and other onine information; and assisting in office-related tasks such as clipping newspapers, making copies and answering the telephone as needed.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Promptness; ability to follow-through with tasks; willingness to take initiative; attention to detail; team attitude; good written and verbal communication skills; ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 

Educational requirements and/or experience: Writing experience is required.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Summer 2014.

Student Admissions Counselor

Department: Admissions, Alexander Hall
Immediate Supervisor: Admissions Counselors
Pay Rate: 7.25/hour
Hiring Manager: Ben Smith
Phone Number: 724-847-6506
Dress Code: Professional Business Attire

Work Hours/Schedule: Evenings, 9 hours

Primary purpose of position: Contacting prospective students to help them through the admissions process, primarily through tele-counseling.

Duties and responsibilities: -Contacting prospective students -Assist in campus visit program.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Basic computer skills, strong communication skills, and a love for Geneva. 

Educational requirements and/or experience: At the start of Fall 2014 the student must be at least a sophomore.

Additional information: Applications can be found in admissions. Application is due March 21st.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: 2014-2015 academic year.

Accompanist for Music Department Studio Lessons

Department: Music
Immediate Supervisor: Donald Kephart, Chair
Pay Rate: Minimum
Hiring Manager: Donald Kephart, Chair
Phone Number: 6749
Dress Code: Casual

Work Hours/Schedule: to be worked out with Private Instructors

Primary purpose of position: Accompanists are needed for most students taking private lessons throughout the semester.

Duties and responsibilities: Prepare music for private lessons and students recitals.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Students must have strong piano skills and experience as an accompanist is very helpful. 

Additional information: Students will be required to meet with and audition for this position

Teaching Assistant for PSY 325 and PSY 411

Department: Psychology-Northwood
Immediate Supervisor: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Pay Rate: Minimum Wage

Hiring Manager: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Phone Number: 724.847.6547
Dress Code: Casual

Work Hours/Schedule: to be determined

Primary purpose of position: to assist the professor with assigned duties

Duties and responsibilities:
* Resource for students
* Grading 

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: 
* Psychology major
* GPA of 3.0 or higher
* successful completion of PSY 325 and 411

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Spring 2014

Banquet Workers

Department: Food Service
Immediate Supervisor: Clayton Cappellanti
Pay Rate: Minimum wage 
Dress code: black pants & white shirt

Work Hours/Schedule: flexible

Hiring Manager: Pam Veon, 724-847-6522, ccappell@geneva.edu

Primary purpose of position: Serving, cleaning up, & setting up

Duties and responsibilities: Serving, cleaning up, & setting up

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:N/A

Educational requirements and/or experience requirements: N/A

Semester(s) and Year(s) hiring for:

Additional information: none

Food Services Various Positions

Department: Food Service
Immediate Supervisor: Jim Nescot
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Dress code: casual, black/white for banquet workers
Work Hours/Schedule: flexible

Hiring Manager: Jim Nescot, 724-847-6524, jdnescot@geneva.edu

Primary purpose of position: Assist in food service

Duties and responsibilities:Various

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:N/A

Educational requirements and/or experience requirements:N/A

Additional information: Sign up for semester jobs (if available) or occasional banquet work.


 

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