Special Events Facilities and Services aims to provide effective, customer-focused facilities and services to ASU students, faculty, staff, and university guests for academic and auxiliary space reservations on campus, as well as auxiliary and academic facility operations and management.
We are looking for dependable, flexible, and detail orientated individuals. Individuals should expect to work 10-20hrs per week.
Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office. Basic Accounting skills. Ability to Multi-task and work with little supervision. Create and maintain accurate records, files, and spreadsheets.
Duties: assist with reservations, greeting of students, faculty, and staff by phone and in person, and assist with other clerical duties as assigned. Student must also be able to provide general campus and community information, campus maps, and directories. Maintain financial spreadsheets, general reports, filing and organization of documents.
Days/times: Monday thru Friday between 8 am – 5 pm, work 10-15 hrs per week. Flexible with class schedules within allotted hours. Must be available to work during the summer.
Qualifications/Duties: Must be able to manage all audio/ visual equipment within special events department. Responsible for running all events that require A/V equipment.
Days/times: Must be available from 12pm – 5pm University center, Student Assistant: Audio/ Visual Tech
Qualifications/ Duties: Setting up chairs, stages, A/V equipment for events taking place on the main ASU campus. Job site maintenance and cleaning is integral. Heavy lifting is possible.
Qualifications/Duties: Setting up chairs, stages, A/V equipment for events taking place on the main ASU campus. Job site maintenance and cleaning is integral. Heavy lifting is possible.
Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) with an emphasis on Excel. Experience with drawing software such as AutoCAD or Adobe Illustrator, or willingness to learn for updating electronic floor plans. Ability to multi-task, stay on task, work independently or with others, all while under minimal supervision. Create and maintain accurate records, files, and spreadsheets, and learn to use a laser measuring device. Strong math skills and spacial awareness for calculating area of rooms and interpreting floor plans. Applicant must be confident to work effectively with all levels of university personnel and external contact. Independent enough to enter and explore unfamiliar spaces in order to complete work, while being trustworthy to respect personal space and occupant’s privacy. The skill sets of Engineering, Communications and Mass Media, or Graphic Art majors is valued. Prefer applicant to have driver’s license for two years prior and good driving history.
Duties: Student will work closely with the Space Planning Coordinator to support campus facilities inventory process. Read, interpret, and update floor plans as needed. Survey spaces on campus for size, conditions, use, and accuracy of floor plans. Position requires attention to detail, strong communication skills, and computer skills. Activities vary from being on feet moving about buildings for multiple hours to working at the desk for multiple hours.
Days/times: Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 15-20 hours per week. Flexible with class schedules within allotted hours. Must be available to work during summer.
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