Fall 2016 Steward Position Posting

FOG Stewards (Community Center & Special Projects)

 

Purpose of Position

 

The position of Steward at FOG is intended to assist the Rector and FOG Staff with particular tasks, improving the design and and day-to-day condition of FOG facilities and improve the ‘FOG experience’ for residents.

 

Details of Position

Schedule:     Fall Semester 2016 – flexible schedule

Pay Rate:      $8.11/hour

Hours:          Up to 7 hours/week

Start Date:    Early August (flexible)

Applications:  Interest Residents should email their resume and a brief description of why they would like to be Steward to Assistant Rector, Bobby McFadden at rmcfadd1@nd.edu

 

Responsibilities:

  • In collaboration with the Rector assist with material acquisitions, administration and maintenance for assorted FOG projects and collections. Examples:
    • FOG Sports Equipment
    • FOG DVD Collection
    • FOG Tool Kits
  • In collaboration with the Rector design and implement strategies for improving physical spaces throughout FOG. Examples:
    • Laundry rooms
    • Other spaces in Fischer Community Center
    • Other spaces in Wilson Commons
    • Storage areas for FOG materials
  • In collaboration with the Rector improve the mechanisms for FOG staff interaction with residents. Examples:
    • Community center reservation process
    • How residents are made aware of resources available to them at FOG
  • Work on other projects as requested by the Rector. Examples:
    • Shopping to keep FOG programming supplies stocked
  • Fischer Community Center
    • ‘Reset’ Kitchen
      • Put away dishes not put away by residents in appropriately labeled areas
      • Straighten up any other items
    • ‘Reset’ Community Room
      • Put away videos, books and games not put away by residents in appropriately labeled areas
    • ‘Reset’ other areas
      • Attend to any other areas needing attention
        • Chapel
        • Corridors
        • Laundry Room
        • Foyer
        • Patios
      • Wilson Commons
        • ‘Reset’ Party Room
          • Straighten up any items out of place
        • ‘Reset’ TV Lounge Room
          • Straighten up any items out of place not put away by residents
        • ‘Reset’ Laundry room
          • Straighten up any items out of place not put away by residents
        • ‘Reset’ other areas
          • Attend to any other areas needing attention
            • Little kitchen
            • Corridors
            • Mail Room
            • Foyer
            • Patio/Porch

 

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Fall 2016 Community Assistant Job Posting

Community Assistant Job Description and Posting

Fischer O’Hara-Grace Graduate Residences – Fall 2016

MISSION

The Community Assistants are members of the Office of Student Affairs serving on the residential staff of the Fischer O’Hara-Grace Graduate Residences. In collaboration with the rest of FOG staff, the Community Assistants help ensure the high quality of services and programs available to our residential community.

 

Office of Housing Guidelines

 

The Community Assistant (CA) is involved in helping students live together productively as members of the FOG and Notre Dame.  In pursuing this goal, the CA assumes many responsibilities.

 

The CA must be a graduate student who is a resident of FOG.  The person will be assigned to work in a particular area of the complex, under the immediate direction of the Rector. Every CA must participate in staff orientation, in-service activities.  Orientation will be ongoing throughout the fall semester.  In-service sessions are held throughout the year.  Attendance at orientation, pre-service and in-service training sessions, as well as regular meetings with the FOG Staff is mandatory.

 

In order to show active interest in students, the CA should be available to them on a regular basis.  The CA is expected to know his or her residents well enough to be able to provide direct assistance or provide appropriate referrals in areas including (but not limited to): academic, spiritual, social and personal.  Working with FOG Staff, the CA should help maintain an atmosphere of friendly community living.

 

Additionally, as employees of the Office of Housing, the CA is required to enforce University policy in accordance with the University and FOG handbooks, and du Lac.  And, equally important, University staff members are expected to show leadership by the example of their personal lives.

 

Details of Position

Schedule:     Fall Semester 2016 – flexible schedule

Stipend:        Approximately $260/mo

Start Date:       Early August (flexible)

Applications:  Interest Residents should email their resume and a brief description of why they would like to be Community Assistant to Assistant Rector, Alexis Maguina at Alexis.M.Maguina.1@nd.edu

 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with FOG Head Staff to maintain an atmosphere of friendly community living, including leading and coordinating community events
  • Attend regularly scheduled meeting with FOG complex staff and meet once a month for brief (half hour max) check-in meeting with Rector or Assistant Rector
  • Occasional assistance with administrative tasks, including office coverage when necessary and possible;
  • Build community by connecting residents to each other and involving them in FOG;
  • Show an active interest in the students by being available to them and knowing them well
  • Keep bulletin boards in assigned buildings updated;
  • Enforce University policy in accordance with the University handbook, du Lac, and the FOG handbook;

Perform other duties as assigned by the Rector.

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Job Posting – Mail Clerk

Fischer O’Hara-Grace Graduate Residences

Mail Clerk – Job Description

 

Time Commitment:         5 Hours per Week (could be more if candidate is interested)

Pay Rate:                              $8 per Hour

Start Date:                           As soon as possible

Schedule:                            3 days a week, to be coordinated with both clerks (once again, could be more if candidate is interested)

1 hour, 20 min per day, anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.; ideally before 1:00 p.m.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Based on academic schedules and in conjunction with the rector, mail clerks will develop a work schedule that ensures the timely delivery of mail every day, Monday through Saturday.
  • On Saturdays, the mail is not delivered to the Fischer Community Center and therefore must be picked up by a Mail Clerk from the campus Post Office and brought back to FOG before being sorted and distributed.
    • If you have a vehicle, it will help to drive to the Post Office because there is usually a lot of mail;
    • Arrive at the campus Post Office before the closing time of 12:00 p.m. (noon)
    • If you do not have a vehicle, FOG/UV staff can work with you to make arrangements.
  • Mail waiting to be processed is to be kept in the mailroom/office at all times.

 

SCHEDULE & COMPENSATION

  • Mail Clerks will be part of a team and work an average of 5 hours/week. The Mail Clerk will be compensated at an hourly rate of $8/hr.
  • HEAVY VOLUME SEASONS: Rector will coordinate the schedule with the Mail Clerk(s) and FOG staff during heavy volume season when mailing would require more than the allotted 5 hours/week.
  • BREAKS/HOLIDAYSThere are certain days that General Services will not deliver the mail to FOG due to the University being closed.  In these instances, a Mail Clerk is responsible for getting mail from the Post Office and then distributing the mail.  As a result, please consult the Rector about work schedule options before finalizing travel and break plans.
  • CHANGE TO WORK SCHEDULE:   In the event that a mail clerk needs to change their work schedule, a minimum of 3 days advance notice must be given to the Rector.  In the event of a personal or academic emergency, speak with the Rector immediately to seek help with changing the work schedule.

 

OUTGOING MAIL

  • Boxes for campus mail and outgoing mail are provided for residents in both Wilson Commons and the Fischer Community Center.  Outgoing mail in the Wilson Commons mailroom is to be brought to the Fischer Community Center and placed in the Outgoing Mailbox (top box) on a daily basis.
  • The mail clerk does not have any responsibility for outgoing mail at University Village

 

KEYS

  • Each mail clerk will be issued keys which will permit access to both the Wilson Commons and Fischer Community Center mailrooms.  The Mail Clerk is responsible for the replacement cost if these keys are lost.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Clerks are expected to maintain a neat and orderly mailroom
  • Work with the FOG staff to maintain accurate mailbox labels for residents and maintain mail room supplies
  • Work with students and other staff to investigate & locate missing packages.

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Interested Residents may apply by contacting Assistant Rector, Bobby McFadden, at rmcfadd1@nd.edu.
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Job Posting – Summer Assistant

FOG Summer Assistant

Purpose of Position

 

The Summer Assistant assists the Rector in general administration and works with other FOG Staff to ensure smooth administration of the complex and welcome new residents.

 

 

Details

Schedule:     10hrs/week in office during office hours, additional time as needed for other responsibilities and emergency phone coverage

Stipend:       (Approximately $200/wk and full rent reduction)

Dates:          May 9th to August 22nd (time away scheduled in consultation with the rector)

 

Applications:

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JOB Posting – Community Assistant

FOG Community Assistant

Purpose of Position

 

The Community Assistant assists the Rector in promoting community life at FOG and welcoming new residents.

 

 

Details of Position

Schedule:     Flexible (determined by arrivals of new residents and programs)

Stipend:       (Approximately $260/mo)

Dates:          Mid-May May 9th to August 22nd (time away scheduled in consultation with the rector)

 

Applications:

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Job Posting – Summer Office Clerk

Job Posting

 

Summer FOG Office Clerk

Purpose of Position

 

The position of the Summer Office Clerk is intended to assist the Rector and FOG staff with particular tasks in the office, improving the design and condition of FOG facilities and improve the ‘FOG experience’ for residents

 

 

Details of Position

Schedule:     Flexible, majority of time will be spent during business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm)

Pay Rate:     Approximately $8.11/hour

Hours:                   Up to 7 hours/week

Start Date:   As early as May 7th, position ends August 22nd

 

Applications:

  • Applications submitted by Monday, March 28th by 12 PM (noon) will receive priority
  • Application link available here and detailed job description available at this link: Summer FOG Office Clerk job description
  • Non-US citizen applicants must have appropriate United States Work Visa
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Senior Staff Assistant Position Description

Please find attached the Senior Staff Assistant Position Description2016 SSA job description

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GSU Dental Plan Proposal needs feedback

Please weigh in on the proposed dental plans and send feedback to Bry Martin (bry.j.martin.291@nd.edu) ASAP.  Simply noting a preference for “Aetna” or “Delta” is fine but the GSU needs feedback to keep the momentum going!
Please see the document at the link below for more information:

 

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FOG Summer Mass Survey

Will you be at FOG this summer?  Interested in Sunday Mass?

Please express your interest and ability to help through the FOG Mass Survey available at the following link:  FOG Summer Mass Survey

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Don’t Throw Away Household Items or Non-Perishable Food Items (Donate Them)

DON’T THROW THAT AWAY! Donate it to the Catholic Worker, Food Bank, and Center for the Homeless. We are collecting all non perishable food items (OPENED AND UNOPENED) as well astoiletries, clothing items, or any gently used itemsthat you think could benefit these three centers. Instead of throwing away things before you go abroad or go home, help out the community!

Bins are located in the Fischer Community Center outside the office or in the FCC Laundry Room.

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