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EVENING OPERATIONS AND SECURITY MANAGER, Division of Student Life-Housing Office, to be responsible for security, operational functions, human resources, and facility maintenance.  Will oversee the security and operational needs in all undergraduate and graduate living spaces for the evening (4:00 P.M. to midnight), overnight (12:00 – 8:00 A.M.), weekend, and holiday periods; be responsible for the leadership and management of the Night Watch Program; keep safety and security of all housing facilities a top priority; respond to all Housing Office operational issues, including fire alarms, floods, and medical emergencies; manage and motivate all staff members through positive and respectful leadership; and supervise dormitory patrol, maintenance mechanics, and housekeepers in a union environment.

REQUIRED:  a minimum of five years’ experience in the administration of college/university facilities management services, including supervision in a union environment; experience in building maintenance and security procedures, preferably with an emphasis on/expertise in security analysis and policy and procedures; and demonstrated experience using Web-based programs including e-mail, Word, Excel, and asset management and security systems.  Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred, with an emphasis on security and operations.  The position will require frequent sitting, standing, and walking for long periods of time and the ability to climb multiple levels of stairs and to lift weights of up to 50 lbs.  Job #12729-O

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EVENTS PLANNING ASSISTANT, Campus Activities Complex (CAC), to provide administrative support, handle space inquiries and reservations, and perform receptionist functions in the CAC reception area. Will provide high-quality customer service to CAC’s clientele of students, staff, and faculty; work as part of a team to ensure a smooth, efficient space reservations and logistics process for customers; serve as a primary source of information regarding campus events, event locations, and space availability in the CAC; and coordinate the vendor program, student locker rentals, personal events scheduling, card reader programming, sandwich board and equipment rentals, and mascot programming including Team Tim.

REQUIRED:  at least three years of directly related experience; ability to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; detail orientation; active listening skills; and ability to provide effective customer service despite frequent interruptions.  Experience with multitasking and working in a fast-paced office are pluses. Excellent computer skills are highly desired. Familiarity with event management software (EMS) is helpful, but training will be available.  Associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred.  Job #12795-5

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT FOR CLUB SPORTS, INTRAMURALS, DAY CAMP, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER), to provide administrative support for club sports, intramurals, and day cap while ensuring a high level of customer service through consistent execution of DAPER and Institute policies and procedures.  Will assist the manager of club sports and intramurals with managing assigned functions, including hiring paperwork, payroll, deposits, refunds, marketing, and scheduling of club sport and intramural activities; provide administrative organization and facilitate registration for day camp and other sport camps; and contribute to the overall effectiveness, friendliness, and efficiency of department operations by providing a consistent presence at the reception desk in receiving visitors, answering the telephone, and contacting staff to confirm appointments.

REQUIRED:  at least three years’ direct or related experience in recreational sports and three years in customer service; excellent organizational, planning, and interpersonal skills; attention to detail; and exceptional computer skills, preferably with FileMaker and Microsoft Office and Outlook.  Must be able to independently problem solve, prioritize, multitask, and carry out detailed procedures with minimal supervision at a reception desk with frequent interruptions.  A bachelor’s degree and experience with general office management preferred, as is the ability to complete assigned work and function as part of a team in a rigorous and fast-paced environment.  Job #12863-5

Application deadline:  November 25, 2015. 

To apply, go to the MIT Staffing Services website