1. Student Activity Center Event Host
    Reservations Events
    15-20
    Immediately
    $9.00/hour

    The Reservations Office Event Host’s primary responsibility is to assist in coordinating and ensuring the successful execution of events in the Student Activity Center (SAC). This individual will be integral in communicating with the event sponsors throughout all stages of the event planning process. Candidates for this position should possess excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail and a passion for exceptional customer service. They will need to adapt well to change and maintain their composure as challenges arise. They should be capable of handling a wide range of personalities and be able to manage conflict while remaining professional. Additionally, Event Hosts promote the SAC and its services and opportunities to the campus community. As such, this individual must be upbeat, approachable, and enjoy interacting with various types of populations.

    • Availability to work on alternate weekends, to be scheduled in advance by the supervisor.
    • Availability to work on Saturdays during football games on a rotation basis.
    • Excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, and a passion for exceptional customer service.
    • Ability to adapt to change and maintain composure as challenges arise.
    • Ability to manage conflict while remaining professional.
    • Be upbeat, approachable, and engaging.

    UT or other college student registered for at least 6 credit hours for current semester.

    In addition to Part 1 and Part 2 of the application, please include the following:

    1. In bulleted form, list the relevant skills you possess for the position you’re applying for.
    2. Why do you feel you’re the face of the SAC?

    Be available to attend the mandatory all-University Unions student staff training on August 21-22, 2014.

  2. Student Assistant SAC Ambassador
    Hospitality Desk
    M 7-10am, 10-1pm; Tu 7-10am, 10-1pm, 11-3pm; W 7-10am, 10-1pm, 11am-3pm; Th 11pm-3am; Sa 10am-2pm, 2-6pm, 6-10pm; Su 12-4pm, 4-8pm, 8pm-12am, 11pm-3am
    August 21, 2014
    $9.00/hr

    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 of the Student Ambassadors
    • 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 the Reservations Office with daily office duties.
    • 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.
    • Candidates should be able to navigate through information and answer questions about UT and the Austin community. Vast knowledge of the University and Austin community is a plus.
    • Candidates must be punctual, responsible, team players, problem solvers, organized, engaging, friendly, and upbeat.
    • Strong communication skills are a necessity for this position.
    • Candidates 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.

    UT or other college student registered for at least 6 credit hours for current semester.

    In addition to Part 1 and Part 2 of the application, please include the following:

    1. In bulleted form, list the relevant skills you possess for the position you’re applying for, and include a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience.
    2. Why do you feel you’re the face of the SAC?

    Be available to attend the mandatory all-University Unions student staff training on August 21-22, 2014.

  3. Student Activity Center Loading Dock
    Loading Dock
    TTH 11am-5pm
    Immediately
    $9.00/hr

    Maintaining recycling
    Keeping kitchen area from being cluttered
    Maintaining cleanliness for the SAC area
    Insuring Loading Dock guidelines are followed and keeping area safe
    Updating loading dock deliveries, insuring deliveries come as scheduled
    Making sure all guidelines for the SAC are followed by visitors and trucks
    Helping other departments of the SAC
    Using leaf blower to clear out area of leaves and dirt
    Using power washer to blast dirt off the loading dock

    UT or other college student registered for at least 6 credit hours for current semester.

    In addition to Part 1 and Part 2 of the application, please include the following:

    1. In bulleted form, list the relevant skills you possess for the position you’re applying for, and include a resume with all co-curricular involvement and work experience.
    2. Why do you feel you’re the face of the SAC?

    Be available to attend the mandatory all-University Unions student staff training on August 21-22, 2014.