1. Student Assistant SAC Ambassador
    Hospitality Desk
    Monday-Friday 7am-12pm, 11am-3pm, 1-5pm, 4-8pm, 8pm-12am; Saturday 12-4pm, 4-8pm, 8pm-12am. Candidates must be available to work Saturdays plus 3+ shifts during the week.
    June 1, 2017
    $8.25/hr ($9.50/hr for late night closing shifts)

    The primary role of the Student Ambassadors at the Student Activity Center (SAC) is to assist and provide services to students, faculty, staff, and guests of the building in a professional and friendly manner. This position requires highly effective communication skills, attention to detail, and an ability to assist numerous guests efficiently. Student Ambassadors are integral in directing guests around the building and to other locations on campus. Therefore, candidates for this position should have good awareness of the campus’ changing landscape and all advertised events in and outside of the Student Activity Center.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Receive all incoming phone calls to the SAC general information line
    • Receive patrons as they enter into the building
    • Provide available services such as faxing, copying, access to the Student Workroom, and the Comfort Room.
    • Assist in the distribution of tickets for special events.
    • Direct tours of the SAC.
    • Create documents and presentations for various administrative and promotional purposes such as DigiKnow slides and posters.
    • Create imaginative decorations for the building.
    • Assist in traffic control during times when the building has high occupancy.
    • Assist with building evacuations and emergency procedures.
    • Maintain the Hospitality Desk and make sure it remains professional in appearance at all times.
    • Refer patrons to alternate locations if information cannot be found.
    • Assist with all outgoing and incoming mail and e-mail.
    • Assist all full-time SAC staff in various duties and projects.
    • Maintain thorough knowledge of all SAC, University Unions, and campus-wide events.
    • Maintain thorough knowledge of SAC building policies and procedures.

    • Must be available to work alternate weekends.
    • Be able to navigate through information and answer questions about UT and the Austin community. Vast knowledge of the University and the Austin community is a plus.
    • Must be punctual, responsible, team players, problem solvers, organized, engaging, friendly, and upbeat.
    • Strong communication skills are a necessity for this position.
    • Must be approachable and eager to share knowledge about the Student Activity Center and The University of Texas at Austin in person as well as via phone, and written e-mail communication.
    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin.

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience. 

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.

  2. Student Assistant Cactus Cafe
    Cactus Cafe
    Summer hours: M-F mid-afternoon to evening. Fall hours: M-F 10am-4pm (that can be broken into 2 shifts).
    May 1, 2017
    $7.75/hr

    This position is for the Cactus Cafe located in the Texas Union and will provide counter assistance and bar tending.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Use a cash register to sell soft drinks, alcohol, and food products.
    • Prepare drinks.

    • Friendly, responsible, independent worker with excellent customer service skills.
    • Past bar tending or counter experience is helpful.
    • Cash handling experience.
    • Experience in a food service operation.
    • Must be punctual.
    • Must be good with math.
    • Must get TABC certified.

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience.

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.

  3. Underground (Texas Union)
    Union Underground
    All shifts are available. The Underground is generally open 10am-3am.
    Immediately
    $8.25/hour ($9.50 for late night closing shifts)

    This position with the Texas Union Underground is an active job requiring excellent customer service skills.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Must be able to complete TABC alcohol training
    • Cash handling and cash register shift reconciliation
    • Stocking of all retail items
    • Preparation and completion of inventories
    • Maintenance of the facilities security and presentation
    • Cleaning and upkeep of the Underground facility
    • Cleaning, troubleshooting, and maintaining bowling, billiard, and other recreation equipment
    • Working behind the bowling lanes periodically and ability to learn Qubica (pool/bowling computer system)

    • Outgoing person with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
    • Cash handling experience and a willingness to assist others
    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours in the current semester.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience.
    • All Underground employees must be available to work on the weekends. 

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.

  4. Student Activity Center Loading Dock
    Loading Dock
    M-F 6am-10am; M-F 12pm-4pm (two positions available)
    May 15, 2017
    $9.00/hour

    Loading Dock Assistants at the Student Activity Center serve as a first contact for clients and customers accessing the loading dock area of the Student Activity Center. Loading Dock Assistants play a critical role in ensuring that the SAC’s recycling efforts in connection with LEED standards are correctly maintained as well as maintaining safety in the SAC surrounding areas. Loading Dock Assistants ensure successful coordination of deliveries for food services in the building, loading and unloading for events, as well as parking. Further, they support professional staff with many of the beautification efforts in indoor and outdoor spaces.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Monitor and maintain SAC recycling efforts by, including but not limited to monitoring transport and pick up of recycling and maintaining kitchen area from being cluttered.
    • Maintain cleanliness of the SAC outdoor space and outdoor furniture – this may include using a leaf blower, power washer, and/or garden hose.
    • Ensuring the safety of the loading dock area by guiding in large trucks onto the loading dock and ensure pedestrians are safe, escorting delivery staff to their destination in the SAC, assisting with loading and unloading.
    • Oversee loading dock deliveries ensuring they arrive as scheduled by maintaining the deliveries log and staying up to date on delivery changes.
    • Ensure SAC guidelines are followed by visitors and vehicles.
    • Assist catering services and events in the building in delivering and removing items from event spaces in a timely manner.
    • Enforcing parking guidelines on SAC property including bicycle parking, ensuring they are parked in the designated bicycle parking area; fire lane parking; and golf cart parking.
    • Monitor access to the loading dock elevator and basement area.
    • Monitor security cameras for activity in the aforementioned areas and take the appropriate action when unusual activity occurs.
    • Some heavy lifting may be required.
    • Assist with building evacuations and emergency procedures.
    • Assist all full-time SAC staff in various duties and projects.
    • Maintain thorough knowledge of SAC building policies and procedures.

    • Ability to work effectively with others and follow oral and written instructions.
    • Effective and positive communication skills.
    • Candidates must be punctual, responsible, organized, team players, collaborative, and problem solvers.
    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin.

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience. 

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.

  5. Student Assistant Building Monitor (Texas Union)
    Building Management
    Various: the Texas Union is generally open daily 7am-12am
    May 1, 2017
    $11.00/hour

    The Building Monitor position in the Texas Union assists in the security of the building.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Frequent patrols of assigned building areas
    • Take appropriate action during various building emergency situations
    • Escorting nightly deposits
    • Contributing to a shift report
    • Assisting with tear down of audio/visual equipment in event rooms
    • Providing access to event spaces for patrons with event reservations
    • Submitting maintenance requests for the Texas Union
    • Assist with core duties of the Hospitality Services department in the Texas Union

    • Attention to detail
    • Integrity, responsibility, and ethical decision making
    • Ability to utilize good judgment as this role requires good decision making
    • Previous experience in a security role
    • Strong customer service skills
    • Available to continue working through Fall 2017
    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin.

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience.
    • Must have availability to work weekends, as determined in advance by the supervisor. 

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.

  6. Student Employment Program Development Intern
    Public Relations
    10-15
    February 20, 2017
    $10.00/hr

    The Student Employment Program Development Intern will assess personal development workshops for student employees and assist with the development and implementation of a comprehensive, learning-centered student employment program.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    • Conduct assessment of student employee workshops. This includes rubric development, data gathering and interpreting, reporting data to all stakeholders, and more.
    • Collect and interpret survey, interview, and focus group data from full-time staff and student employees in order to assist with the development of departmental learning outcomes for 125 student staff and 7 types of positions.
    • Develop and execute a plan to promote a culture of student learning and professional development including the promotion of the Student Employee Excellence Development (SEED) program, other campus leadership and development opportunities, and more.
    • Assist with the development and implementation of activities for student employee appreciation week and other appreciation programs.
    • If available during the summer, assist with the fall training program.
    • Provide administrative support as needed.

    Required Qualifications
    • Interested in student employee development.
    • Familiar with collecting, interpreting, and reporting data.
    • High attention to detail and quality.
    • Organized, deadline driven, and able to manage projects with overlapping deadlines.
    • Self-starter who is innovative and takes initiative.
    • Flexible and adaptable.

    Preferred Qualifications
    • Experience with conducting research or assessment in student affairs programs.
    • Experience with program development.
    • Possess strong presentation skills.
    • Experience supervising student employees.
    • Currently enrolled in the Higher Education Leadership Program.
    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin.

    • Be a current student at The University of Texas at Austin or other college/university and be registered for at least six (6) credit hours in the current semester.
    • In addition to the application packet, please submit a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience, as well as a cover letter. 

    For information on how to apply, please visit http://utunions.org/jobs.