The temporary Building Coordinator will be stationed in various areas around the building to help facilitate the flow of students and staff. The Building Coordinator is a part-time, temporary position for approximately 2 months, beginning mid-September.
On a rotating basis, stationed at front entrance of each building during high volume times to help security (prevent tailgating into the facility and any isolated key card issues).
Stationed at front of each classroom (~15 mins before start) to monitor checklist to make sure students are on the roster to attend that particular class; remind students of eat/drink policy in the classroom; ID required for easier communication.Â
Monitor common areas (including designated eating areas) in the building and report any social distance violations or safety violations via UCAIR or Redcap.Â Â
Assist students with building navigation or general questions depending on the issue.
Excellent customer service skills.
Strong detail orientation.
Achieve objectives with minimal direction, demonstrate leadership skills and a self-starter.
Professional demeanor, tactful, respects confidentiality, service-oriented.
Excellent verbal communication skills.
Agile and adaptable with changing priorities.
Ability to use computers.
Education, Experience or Certifications:
High school diploma/GED.
Related professional experience.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Part-time position, approximately 10-20 hours/week, for approximately 2 months.
Morning, afternoon and evening shifts available.
Positions are available at Harper and Gleacher Centers.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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