Student Employment

Student Coordinator

Conference & Event Planning

Job #: 500561
Location: South Quad
Department:Conference Services
Rate: Hourly rate February through May; $250-$270 stipend per week (depending on experience) June through August 12, 2018.
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Camp Coordinator, Wolverine Summer Camps

Basic Function and Responsibility
Plan and coordinate the ongoing administrative and operational activities of the residential component of all summer athletic camps. Collaborate with camp and building staff to ensure a safe and secure housing experience. Support and provide guidance to counselors. Work toward a fun experience for all campers.

Supervision Received
General Supervision is received from the Camps Director(s) and Building Leadership Team.

Supervision Exercised
Functional supervision is exercised over camp counselors and camp office staff

Time commitment and Work Schedule
This is a 40 hour/week position during the camp season. Camp Staff are required to live in the Residence Hall. Camp Coordinators will work some weekends and holidays. Approximately 20 - 30 hours of work are required during the months of March, April and May to assist with hiring of counselor staff and summer pre-planning. Regular work schedule begins in early May and runs through the middle to end of August (exact dates will be discussed with you at your interview). Variations from the commitments above must be approved by your supervisor.

Compensation
1st year Coordinators: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $250/week taxed stipend
2nd year Coordinators: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $260/week taxed stipend
3rd year Coordinators: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $270/week taxed stipend

Responsibilities
• Commitment to customer service and offering a quality guest experience
• Prepare administrative and operational plans for summer camp/housing operations
• Review, update and implement work plans, schedules, and procedures
• Monitor performance and safety on resident floors and also during nightly activities
• Learn and work with the conferences data-base system (Conference Programmer)
• Work with counselors and building staff to resolve operating challenges
• Participate in recruiting, hiring, training, and supervision of up to 30 camp counselors and office staff
• Assign bed spaces, coordinate logistics, and monitor services
• Collaborate with Athletic Camp staff and camper parents as needed
• Cover Duty responsibilities during the Spring Athletes utilization of dorm space in May and early June

Related Duties
• Coordinators are assigned area(s) of responsibility, such as: evening activities, registration, housing/building, counselor/office staff guidance.
• Coordinators are responsible for providing support and guidance to Camp Counselors and Office Staff, including on-duty tasks
• Oversee delivery of services

Qualifications
• Previous work experience in U-M Athletic Camps is desired, but not required
• Prior experience as a camp coordinator/counselor or in a related field is required
• Familiarity with U-M housing policies and procedures is highly desirable
• Strong commitment to customer service and offering a quality guest experience
• Enthusiasm for a high-energy and joyful camp experience is a must
• Strong desire to engage kids and be a positive role model
• Desire to be part of a work team
• Strong communication and collaboration skills are required for success in a close knit work group

Candidates must be enrolled U-M students and are expected to be ambassadors for the University of Michigan

Start date: 2/21/18 - 8/12/18
Hours per week: 36-40

Clerk C

Conference & Event Planning

Job #: 500556
Location: Baits I & II
Department:Conference Services
Rate: $9.79
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

General Responsibilities:
Gain experience in the development and organization of events and conferences. Assist customers in registration, program information, processing payment information and answer overall general questions about campus and events. Further develop quality service skills and organization.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Greeting and assisting walk in customers
• Answering main phone system lines
• Providing information regarding all conferences and camps
• Processing lodging reservations for short term housing and residence halls
• Typing and editing letters, reports and spreadsheets
• Downloading and processing conference registration forms
• Collecting and processing credit card information
• Sending confirmations and receipts to clients
• Preparing conference materials for on-site distribution
• Preparing conference evaluation summaries
• Assisting with on-site registration/check-ins
• Serving as a liaison between conference coordinators and conference guests
• Compiling, sorting and distributing summer conferences and camps materials
• Sorting and distributing all US and campus mail
• Picking up and delivering materials to various campus locations

Office Hours:
The Conference and Event Services office is open 8:00AM – 5:00PM, Monday through Friday

Time Commitment and Work Schedule:
Clerk C’s are part time during the Fall and Winter Semesters with hours ranging from 8 to 20 hours per week depending on availability. Extended hours and opportunities available for team members available during Spring and Summer Semesters up to 40 hours per week.

*Please provide your work availability at the time of application*

Qualifications:
• Knowledge of MS Office Suite Programs (Word, Excel, etc.)
• General Filing and Organizational Skills
• Proficient and Effective Online, Oral and Interpersonal Communication
• Effective Time and Project Management in an Autonomous Environment
• Previous Customer Service Experience Preferred – Not Required

Current Openings:
• MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:00am – 5:00pm

Camp Counselor

Conference & Event Planning

Job #: 500562
Location: South Quad
Department:Conference Services
Rate: $170-$190 per week stipend, depending on experience
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Camp Counselor, Wolverine Summer Camps

Introduction
The key responsibility for this position is the overnight supervision of minor campers attending various athletic camps at the University of Michigan. Our number one priority is safety, and our number two priority is fun!

Camp counselors must have enthusiasm, energy, flexibility and passion for working with minors. Camp counselors work 36 – 40 hours per week and have responsibility for up to 20 - 45 minors when on duty. In addition to overnight supervision on the floors, counselors work in teams to plan evening activities for campers, and to cover administrative work. Counselors will also work registrations, which involves checking in campers on a weekly basis. Registrations typically occur on Sundays at varying times through the day, but some may be scheduled during the week, as well.

Camp counselors handle supervision, planned activities, floor meetings, and general oversight of all campers. Counselors will be expected to supervise campers and will encounter varied situations from discipline to homesickness to emergencies. Counselors may be called upon to communicate and respond to parents. Mandatory training is provided. Camp coordinators are on-duty to help and support the counselors.

Counselors will primarily work and live in South Quad.

Supervision
Supervision of Camp counselors is shared by the Camp Coordinators and Camp Manager.

Time Commitment & Work Schedule
This is a live-in position. The position requires 36 – 40 hours per week. Camp counselors will work some weekends and holidays, with most registrations occurring on Sundays. Work assignments and schedules depend on the number of camps and campers in residence. Training starts in late May, Counselors move-in at the end of May and are only allowed early move-in under special circumstances. Counselor move-out will occur at the conclusion of the last camp around mid-August. Counselors are expected to commit to the full 12 weeks of responsibilities. Campers arrive on or about June 10th and finish by mid-August. Approval of variations or exceptions to this schedule must be approved by the Camps Manager.

Compensation
1st year Counselors: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $170/week taxed stipend
2nd year Counselors: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $180/week taxed stipend
3rd year+ Counselors: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $190/week taxed stipend

Room and Board compensation will be processed in the form of a Housing scholarship and will be added to your financial aid package if taking classes.

Responsibilities

• Attend Summer Kickoff meeting, TBD in April.
• Participate in the preparation of the building for camper arrival.
• Participate in counselor training, individual and group work assignments.
• Attend nightly staff and activities meeting.
• Act as an ambassador for the University of Michigan. Exhibit energy and enthusiasm for an awesome camp experience for each and every camper.
• Be a positive member of the team. Collaboration and support of other counselors is a requirement for this position.
• Model a commitment to a diverse community by creating and fostering an environment in which all individuals are respected and encouraged.
• Meet on-duty responsibilities as designated by the Camp Manager or supervisor.
• Enforce the Community Living Standards while modeling personal behavior that is consistent with the Community Living Standards, Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, and all state and federal laws.
• Be a positive role model for campers.
• This is a live-in nightly position and although the job involves fun activities with children, responsibilities are not to be taken lightly--you are expected to work hard and treat this job with the same respect as any other. The camps manager is willing to be flexible with class and day-time work schedules because a lot is expected from counselors each night.

Required Qualifications
• Prior experience as a camp counselor or in a related field is required
• Strong commitment to customer service and offering a quality guest experience
• Enthusiasm for a high-energy and joyful camp experience is a must
• Strong desire to engage kids and be a positive role model
• Desire to be part of a work team
• Strong communication and collaboration skills are required for success in a close knit work group
• Candidates must be enrolled U-M students and are expected to be ambassadors for the University of Michigan

Desired Qualifications
• Previous work experience in U-M Athletic Camps is desired
• Familiarity with U-M housing policies and procedures is highly desirable

Typical Work Night
• 7:45p - Activities meeting
• 8:00p - Go to scheduled activity (crafts, games, karaoke, door guard)
• First/Last night 10:00p - Hall Meetings
• Counselors without campers are able to check-out for the night if they are not needed for supervision
• 10:00p – All counselors return to hallways for supervision
• 10:30p - Bed checks (or earlier depending on athletic camp needs)
• 12:30a - Counselors on hall can go to bed if all campers are asleep
• 7a-8a Counselors are awake to assist campers if needed

Spring/Summer: 5/29/18 - 8/12/18
Hours per week: 36-40

Office Assistant

Conference & Event Planning

Job #: 500560
Location: South Quad
Department:Conference Services
Rate: $150 per week stipend
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Office Assistant, Wolverine Summer Camps

Introduction
The key responsibility for this position is to provide great customer service to our guests and help organize/maintain logistical needs of the camps office. Our number one priority is safety, and our number two priority is fun!

Office Assistants must have enthusiasm, energy, flexibility and passion for working with minors. Office Assistants will work 36 – 40 hours per week in the office and also help provide night security. In addition, Office Assistants will assist with weekly registrations, which involves checking campers in and answering any questions that guests may have.

Office Assistants will be expected to help supervise campers and will encounter varied situations from homesickness to emergencies. Office Assistants may be called upon to communicate and respond to parents. Mandatory training is provided. Camp coordinators are on-duty to help and support all staff.

Office Assistant will work and live in South Quad.

Supervision
Supervision of Office Assistants is shared by the Camp Coordinators and Camp Manager.

Time Commitment & Work Schedule
This is a live-in position. The position requires 36 – 40 hours per week. Office Assistants will work some weekends and holidays, with most registrations occurring on Sundays. Work assignments and schedules depend on the number of camps and campers in residence. Training starts in late May, which is also when Office Assistants will move into South Quad. Early move-in is only allowed under special circumstances. Office Assistant move-out will occur at the conclusion of the last camp (around mid-August). Office Assistants are expected to commit to the full 12 weeks of responsibilities. Campers arrive on or around June 1st and finish by mid-August. Approval of variations or exceptions to this schedule must be approved by the Camps Manager.

Compensation
1st year Office Assistants: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $150/week taxed stipend
2nd year Office Assistants: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $160/week taxed stipend
3rd year+ Office Assistants: Room and Board (3 meals a day) plus $170/week taxed stipend

Room and Board compensation will be processed in the form of a Housing scholarship and will be added to your financial aid package if taking classes.

Responsibilities

• Attend Summer Kickoff meeting, TBD in April.
• Participate in the preparation of the building for camper arrival.
• Participate in staff training, individual and group work assignments.
• Attend weekly staff meeting.
• Provide excellent customer service to our guests and their families.
• Nightly security duties, as assigned.
• Act as an ambassador for the University of Michigan. Exhibit energy and enthusiasm for an awesome camp experience for each and every camper.
• Be a positive member of the team. Collaboration and support of other staff is a requirement for this position.
• Enjoy working with kids.
• Model a commitment to a diverse community by creating and fostering an environment in which all individuals are respected and encouraged.
• Meet on-duty responsibilities as designated by the Camp Manager or supervisor, and attend mandatory training and staff meetings.
• Enforce the Community Living Standards while modeling personal behavior that is consistent with the Community Living Standards, Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, and all state and federal laws. Be a positive role model for campers.

Required Qualifications
• Prior experience as an Office Assistant or in a related field is required.
• Strong commitment to customer service and offering a quality guest experience.
• Enthusiasm for a high-energy and joyful camp experience is a must.
• Strong desire to engage kids and be a positive role model.
• Desire to be part of a work team.
• Strong communication and collaboration skills are required for success in a close knit work group.
• Candidates must be enrolled U-M students and are expected to be ambassadors for the University of Michigan.

Desired Qualifications
• Previous work experience in U-M Athletic Camps is desired.
• Familiarity with U-M housing policies and procedures is highly desirable.
• Familiarity with Onity and Conference Programmer is highly desirable.

Spring/Summer: 5/29/18 - 8/12/18
Hours per week: 36-40