Student Building Manager
The Squires Student Building Manager is a prominent position among Student Engagement and Campus Life student employees and is hailed as an invaluable senior experience. Building Managers have the ultimate responsibility for the smooth, efficient operations of Squires Student Center and its employees during the assigned shifts. The student building manager must exhibit exceptional leadership abilities, interpersonal skills, accountability and the ability to supervise and delegate successfully. Student building managers must exercise sound judgment and exhibit a professional image at all times.
The Operations Specialists’ main responsibility is working with event set ups and assisting with the operation of Squires Student Center during their shifts. This position utilizes leadership skills ranging from time management and delegation to staying organized and completing multiple tasks that may have time implications. This position must prioritize tasks during the course of their shifts while working independently; ultimately, the ability to operate in the team setting will ensure the success of the operations staff of Student Engagement and Campus Life as a whole.
The Information Specialist position is a customer service based position working at the Squires Welcome Desk. Information Specialists also work directly with the lost and found system, Crowd Find, for all items brought to Squires Student Center. Employees of this area must be capable of assisting Squires Student Center patrons (students, faculty, staff, and visitors) with a multitude of information related services in a prompt, professional, courteous, and effective manner.
Student Building Manager
The Johnston Student Center Student Building Manager is a unique and character building position within Student Engagement and Campus Life. Student Building Managers have the ultimate responsibility for the smooth, efficient operations of Johnston Student Center and its employees during the assigned shifts. The SBM must exhibit exceptional leadership abilities, interpersonal skills, accountability, supervision skills, and ensure the safe operations of Johnston during events. Student Building Managers must exercise sound judgment and exhibit a professional image at all times.
The Operations Specialist position is an integral part of the continuous efficient operations of Johnston Student Center. The work of the Operations Specialists can be summarized in four different categories. The OS primarily responsibilities are maintaining a clean facility; meeting room setups and restoration of equipment after use; Service to patrons, guests, students, faculty and staff who are using the facility; Assistance with the security of Johnston Student Center, which includes continuous patrolling as well as securing of interior and exterior doors at the end of the day.
Lead Recreation Assistant
Directs and organizes several types of recreation programs, including leagues and tournaments. Serves as a group team leader and training assistant for members of the recreation assistant staff. Team leadership includes monitoring and coordinating a weekend closing team and assuring team dependability. Leaders are expected to demonstrate leadership skills and serve as examples to the recreation assistant crew in all employment aspects. The lead recreation assistant also assumes responsibility for programmatic marketing, event promotions, and administrative projects as directed by the recreation center manager.
Serves as a front-line customer service agent for the union recreation center.
Event Planning Specialist
This position is the primary assistant to event planners and assists with all assigned duties and tasks including event scheduling, management and on-site coordination, and maintenance and communication of liability and risk management. The event planning specialist is also responsible for various client consultations, referrals, account maintenance, and event coordination as well as general office tasks (filing, mailing, copying, etc.). The event planning specialist will participate in meetings with professional staff and various clientele, act as secondary scheduling assistant during high-traffic/busy office times, and assist the office manager, planners, and the assistant director with duties and tasks as assigned.
GLC Building Manager
Building Managers support the Graduate Life Center at Virginia Tech. This position works closely with the Student Engagement and Campus Life Operations Manager and the Graduate School to provide services to the patrons of the GLC. This includes providing excellent customer service, oversight of the information desk, reserving rooms, basic cleaning (wiping tables, vacuuming, etc.), administrative support, marketing, and clerical duties. Shifts hours vary but may require Saturdays and may include early morning, day, evening, weekend and holiday hours as needed.
Art Gallery Attendant
Gallery attendants serve as public relations and security personnel for the Student Engagement and Campus Life Perspective Gallery.
Ticket Office Attendant
Selected applicants process season ticket orders for Virginia Tech Union, the Lively Arts series, and the School of the Arts series; and sell single ticket orders via mail, phone, and over the counter. The Ticket Office attendant distributes literature to patrons and answers questions about shows and events. Other than selling tickets, the top priority of the Ticket Office attendant is customer service.
Chapel Services Specialist
The chapel services specialist will contribute to providing a customer-oriented atmosphere. Recognizing the chapel customers as the first priority, the specialist must be capable of assisting customers in a professional, courteous, and effective manner and demonstrate the ability to work under minimal supervision as needed. Knowledge of basic website maintenance is helpful, but not mandatory. The chapel services specialist holds a leadership position in Student Engagement and Campus Life and participates in professional development and student leadership opportunities.