Employment

The Division of Student Affairs offers a wide array of employment opportunities for professionals and students. Working for the Division of Student Affairs allows you to interact with students outside of the classroom. Whether you are working with Housing and Residence Life or Student Engagement and Campus Life, a position with the division means that you will be engaging with students, learning about them, and ultimately affecting their lives while at Virginia Tech.

The Division of Student Affairs has the following list of positions open. Each position title is linked directly to the application instructions. For more information aboutapplying for positions at Virginia Tech visit www.jobs.vt.edu.


Emergency Maintenance Technician

Department: Planning and Operations

**These positions are only available to Virginia Tech Students who live on campus.**

Provides first response (within 15 minutes) to Emergency maintenance issues for DSA by carrying assigned cell phone while on shift. Repairs or contains emergency until staff can respond. Notifies upper management as needed. Provides customer service support to the department. Documents and tracks within work order system.

3 positions paying $170 to $200 a pay period as well as $15.00 an hour for actual work (minimum of 1 hour).

Available Shifts:
First position- Friday 10:00 pm – Sunday 12:00 am (26) $170
Second position- Sunday 12:00 am- Monday 7:00am (31) $170
Third position- Monday 10:00 pm – Tuesday 7:00 am, Tuesday 10:00 pm – Wednesday 7:00 am, Wednesday 10:00 pm- Thursday 7:00 am, and Thursday 10:00 pm- Friday 7:00am (36) $200


Radiologic Technologist

Department: Schiffert Health Center

Takes diagnostic radiographs utilizing computed ionized radiation using CR/PACS system and performs related clerical/administrative work as a radiologic technologist at Schiffert Health Center according to departmental and Schiffert Health Center policies when coverage is needed in the Radiology Department.


Licensed Practical Nurse

Department: Schiffert Health Center

Schiffert Health Center at Virginia Tech offers a wide variety of services to Virginia Tech Students. The Center is seeking an individual to serve as a clinical nurse, under the supervision of registered nurses and physicians, in an outpatient setting. Responsibilities include triage, assisting physicians and patient education. Will be cross trained and work in the Women's Clinic, Allergy/Immunization Clinic and Medical Clinic.


SECL VT Student Pool - Summer Employment

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Only current Virginia Tech students should apply to this pool. Students of other high schools and colleges are encouraged to apply for other Wage positions. Please check the Student Engagement & Campus Life website for employment information. http://www.campuslife.vt.edu/
Student Engagement and Campus Life cultivates community for the entire Hokie Nation. Through dynamic and transformational programs, entertainment, services, and facilities, we create opportunities for students to make a lifetime of memories.
This applicant pool fulfills the needs of a variety of positions for Student Engagement & Campus Life with a high level of customer satisfaction. Shifts vary by position and area and may include early morning, day, evening, night, weekend hours, and holiday hours.
Positions in the following areas are frequently available: BreakZone; Event Planning; Information Services; Johnston Student Center; Squires Student Center; Graduate Life Center; Perspective Gallery; Ticket Office; War Memorial Chapel; and Virginia Tech Off Campus Housing Office


Events and Operations Associate

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Serves as office and event coordinator for War Memorial Chapel by accommodating and scheduling various groups. Assists groups in the coordination of their special events as needed, particularly for weddings and memorial services. The Chapel Events and Operations Associate also helps conduct Chapel tours and assists visitors, parents and students daily. This person will correspond with various clients via phone, email, and in person, help maintain confidential contracts and files, and report to the Senior Event Planning Advisor any issues concerning building maintenance, safety, and security. Serves as office communication specialist, managing and overseeing marketing and promotional efforts. Performs all duties and tasks necessary to keep the Chapel fully functioning. Works a flexible schedule to accommodate special events in the Chapel as needed. Also assists, as needed, with maintaining a clean and aesthetically pleasing environment in the Chapel.

Serves as consultant/planning advisor for events requested/reserved in Student Engagement and Campus Life managed spaces and campus public space (including A-frames, banners, display cases, lawns, quads, atriums, and other spaces), based on an agreed upon list of clients from supervisor. Advise sponsors with the concepts of advance planning, coordinating logistics, delegating authority, budgeting, and the multiple facets of the university event planning process. Coordinates the processing of requests for approval of events that include any liability concerns with Grounds/Facilities, University Police, Physical Plant, Parking Services, Risk Management and other university support offices, as well as local, county and state agencies.


Senior Event Planning Advisor

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

To assist the Assistant Director of Event Planning in providing supervision and direction for and management of the Event Planning functional area. Serve as consultant/planning advisor for events requested/reserved in Student Engagement and Campus Life managed spaces and campus public space (including A-frames, banners, display cases, lawns, quads, atriums, and other spaces). Advise sponsors with the concepts of advance planning, coordinating logistics, delegating authority, budgeting, and the multiple facets of the university event planning process. Coordinates the processing of requests for approval of events that include any liability concerns with Grounds/Facilities, University Police, Physical Plant, Parking Services, Risk Management and other university support offices, as well as local, county and state agencies. Provides supervision, training, and development for Events and Operations Associate and student staff. Assists groups in the coordination of their special events as needed, particularly for weddings and memorial services in War Memorial Chapel. Helps conduct Chapel tours and assists visitors, parents and students. Assists, as needed, with maintaining a clean and aesthetically pleasing environment in the Chapel. Works a flexible schedule to accommodate special events in the Chapel, as well as providing onsite support for events in other Student Engagement and Campus Life managed facilities as needed.


1st Cook- Owens Commissary

Department: Dining Services

Assist in the leadership and direction of kitchen employees and the daily meal production in a large university dining center under the direction of the Executive Chef and/or Chef de Cuisine. Prepares recipes and ensures food productions are of the highest standards of quality, taste, creativity, presentation, and variety. Responsibilities include assisting with execution of menu plan, customer relations, safety and sanitation, and the maintenance of equipment. Also assists in the training and development of employees.


Food Truck Shift Leader Pool

Department: Dining Services

Provides operational support and assists in the training and supervision of staff in a large, mobile unit, or high volume food service facility. Responsibilities include supervision of employees across all shifts in the assigned work area, coordination of food production, recipe management, product movement, quality control, customer satisfaction, and diversion/waste logs. Uses commercial kitchen equipment and standard recipes and procedures in preparation of nutritious and attractive menu items. Ensures safety and sanitation procedures are followed and documented according to Dining Services HACCP guidelines. Assists in completing inventories and ensuring that stock is rotated according to FIFO. Assists in the proper storage, and required documentations of goods received. Ensures a high level of customer service and responds to guest complaints in a professional and timely manner.


Deputy Commandant of Cadets

Department: Military Affairs

Deputy Commandant of Cadets
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

The Deputy Commandants of Cadets report to the Commandant and are responsible for providing leadership and oversight to a full time Corps of Cadets. The Corps of Cadets was established in 1872.

The Virginia Tech 1,000 plus member Corps of Cadets offers student cadets invaluable opportunities for superior leadership training and individual and career development. Virginia Tech is the first land-grant university in the nation to combine the leader development curriculum of a Corps experience with academic coursework in leadership to award a minor in leadership studies.

Core Responsibilities:
- In collaboration with Commandant and other Deputy Commandants, establishes and implements short- and long-range organizational goals, objectives, strategic plans; program development, implementation and evaluation; policy review and development; and operating procedures. Monitors and evaluates programmatic and operational effectiveness that includes staffing and budget; effects changes required for improvement.
- Develop general knowledge of all departmental functions and processes in order to serve as resource to others or to act in place of the Commandant as required or directed. Ensures compliance with state and university policies in department operations.
- Lead professional and student staff in developing supportive and multicultural environments through community development and educational programming.
- Develop and implement programs and services to achieve the Corps' mission "to graduate leaders of character who are instilled with the values and skills essential for leadership success in service to the nation."
- Guide student development in skills required for success as leaders, academic excellence, cultural awareness, self-responsibility and social interaction. Provide appropriate counseling and referral for individual students and staff when needed.
- Cultivate on- and off-campus relationships and partnering efforts that facilitate the achievement of institutional Corps' goals and objectives. Participate in Corps' recruitment and retention initiatives.
- Oversees recruitment, training, supervision, professional development and evaluation of assigned cadet leaders and staffs.
- Provide leadership in the planning and execution of conferences, meetings, special events and projects as assigned.
- Serve on assigned departmental and University committees and participate in other professional development opportunities.
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned.


DSA Maintenance-Student Customer Service Rep Pool

Department: Planning and Operations

Only current Virginia Tech students should apply to this pool. Students of other high schools and colleges are encouraged to apply for other Non-Student Wage positions.

Students hired from this pool will assist in providing store room and delivery services to Division of Student Affairs maintenance and housekeeping staff and ensure a high level of customer service and accuracy when interacting with staff on delivery of supplies.

This applicant pool fulfills the needs of several positions in Planning and Operations with a high level of customer satisfaction. Shifts vary, and can include weekdays, evenings, and weekends. For all positions, a 2-hour minimum set shift is required, and hours are available from 7:30AM to 1:00PM.

Current available positions are listed below:

Customer Service Representative – provides phone support to customers, creates electronic work requests, and looks up work requests to provide feedback to customers as needed

Storeroom Assistant – assists customers with parts requests, assists with delivery of parts and housekeeping supplies, signs for shipments, stocks parts, and assists with inventory management


Residential Learning Coordinator

Department: Housing & Residence Life - Residence Life

The Residential Learning Coordinator (RLC) is a dynamic position responsible for coordinating all building and engagements aspects of a residential community; they create a student community oriented towards the academic and social development of residents through advancing the department's curriculum; responsible for developing a staff and community assessment plan that focuses on student learning, engagement and support, facilitated by paraprofessional staff that are hired, trained, supervised and evaluated by the Residential Learning Coordinator (RLC); adjudicate student conduct hearings, perform timely administrative duties congruent with position responsibilities, maintain community standards, occupancy management, and a safe and secure environment. Other duties as assigned.


Ward Clerk

Department: Schiffert Health Center

The Ward Clerk at Schiffert Health Center provides administrative support to a healthcare team in a university medical clinic setting.


Dining Services VT Student Staff

Department: Dining Services

Only current Virginia Tech students should apply to this pool. Students of other high schools and colleges are encouraged to apply for the Dining Services Wage Pool.

Dining Services Student Staff provide food service to customers of the university dining centers with a high level of customer satisfaction. Ensures a clean, safe and sanitary environment for employees and customers. Shifts vary by position and dining center and may include early morning, day, evening, night, and weekend hours.Positions in the following areas are frequently available: cashiering, serving, food prep, kitchen staff, dish/pot-wash, housekeeping and Catering. Student Management opportunities exist for qualified applicants.


Assistant Director for Housing Services

Department: Housing & Residence Life - Housing

Provides daily management of housing occupancy (through developing and operating contracting processes, room assignments, contract review, room changes) to meet budgetary levels. Daily management and on-going development of the on-campus housing software system (StarRez) and assignment and billing processes for the residence hall system. Supports the allocation and billing processing for 9,400+ on-campus residents and 18,500+ on- and off-campus dining plans. Provides primary liaison with other university offices (with focus on Hokie Passport - university card ID system, Admissions, Student Accounts and University Registrar offices). Manages the inventory of all written contracts supporting the assignments in the system, and is responsible for complying with all relevant policies regarding Fair Housing (HUD), EEO/AA, ADA, University Policies for Student Life, and other relevant policies. Meets extensively with students, parents, and staff members to provide adequate and appropriate housing while providing assistance/advising and support. Serves actively in an on-call administrative oversight capacity on a rotating basis and during colleague consultations as required. Evaluates and establishes programs and activities to deliver a high-level customer service experience for residents. Manages frontline staffing presence and departmental e-mail accounts. Coordinates data management needs within area and for others as needed through direct systems development and report writing as well as cooperation with IT staff members and department colleagues. Works daily with other university departments to insure sufficient information distribution and cooperation between areas with varying needs and expectations. Directs benchmark/customer service surveys and reporting/response to gathered data. Reviews and creates updates to departmental web and printed materials.


Office Manager

Department: Housing & Residence Life - Residence Life

Independently provides and facilitates management of a "satellite" Housing & Residence Life office. Provides administrative support to the Assistant Directors and collaboratively works with other University offices and partners. Ensures effective management of the front office and administrative operations, which includes but is not limited to customer service, occupancy and facilities management, purchasing and budget management, as well as supervision of front desk workers.


Dining Services Wage Pool

Department: Dining Services

These positions are not available to Virginia Tech students. VT students need to apply to the Dining Services "VT Student" Pool.

The Dining Services Wage Pool opens/closes June 1, October 1 and February 1. You are responsible for reapplying each quarter to ensure your application is active.

The Dining Services Wage Pool applicant pool provides food service to customers of the university dining centers with a high level of customer satisfaction. Ensures a clean, safe and sanitary environment for employees and customers. Shifts vary by position and dining center and may include early morning, day, evening, night, and weekend hours; and may include some overtime and call-in work. Work area assignment may be changed as necessary.

These vacancies include temporary, full-time, and part-time work. Positions in the following areas are often available: Utilities Assistant, Service Associate, Service Associate / Cashier, Line Cook, Lead Cook, Pastry Culinarian, Lead Associate, and Pre-Prep Assistant.


Associate Director of Dining Services

Department: Dining Services

Serves on the Dining Services Leadership Team to develop and implement the strategic plan, annual goals, organizational policies, procedures, operations, and programs that meet the department vision and aspirations. Provides leadership and oversight of dining centers and units, to include recruiting, staffing, on-going training and development, managing budget performance and achieving fiscal goals, and successfully implementing of food safety (ServSafe and HACCP). Supervises Assistant Directors who manage the dining centers and units to assure high levels of quality and customer service as well as the areas of marketing and sustainability for the department. Provides oversight regarding facility management, equipment maintenance and replacement, building renovations and enhancements. Seek out, assess, and recommend franchises, implementing terms of the contracts, where relevant. Develops, promotes and supports sustainability initiatives and marketing for the department. Maintains and improves products and services by continuously emphasizing restaurant quality food and outstanding services. Develops programs to promote student learning, life skills and personal growth through a strong focus on holistic student development and collaborative partnerships that deliver superior service to and care for, students in the spirit of Ut Prosim (University motto: That I Might Serve)


Computer Support Specialist

Department: DSA IT & Emergency Preparedness

Provides support for users of office automation software and network support in a fast and efficient manner. Installs new hardware and software as needed. Receives calls, trouble-shoots and diagnoses problems, and resolves problems or contacts other technical resources to assist in prompt restoration of equipment and software. Facilitates timely completion of support duties for employees of Division of Student Affairs including operational, fiscal and technical duties. Provides accurate record keeping for inventory, purchasing and CNS orders. Telephone support for users of common office automation software and network first line support.


Stock Clerk- Au Bon Pain/Burger '37

Department: Dining Services

Provides a full range of stockroom functions including receiving, shipping, issuing, ordering, inventorying, and storing products, supplies and equipment. Inspects and verifies all shipping and receiving documents and requisitions for discrepancies. Provides pick-up and delivery services. Uses a computer to enter, track, and inventory all items.


SECL VT Student Production Technician I - Summer Employment

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Student Engagement and Campus Life (SECL) cultivates community for the entire Hokie Nation. Through dynamic and transformational programs, entertainment, services, and facilities, we create opportunities for students to make a lifetime of memories.
The Production Technician I is an entry-level, student position within SECL Production Services. This position provides labor, audio, video and lighting support for events taking place in the Squires Student Center, Burruss Auditorium, Graduate Life Center and other campus indoor and outdoor venues. This position reports to the Production Services Coordinator but will work under the leadership of the Production Technician II and student Supervisors to learn basic sound reinforcement, audio, video and lighting principles and systems operation. Proficiency in these areas is necessary for moving up to the next-level.


Housekeeping Salary Pool

Department: Planning and Operations

The Housekeeping Salary pool opens/closes March 1, July 1 and November 1. You are responsible for reapplying each quarter to ensure your application is active.


Attends to housekeeping needs and assures a clean, sanitary and safe environment in the residential halls where residents can live and learn and in other assigned areas for Housing & Residence Life. Responsible for maintaining established standards of cleanliness and sanitation including student lounges, offices, lobbies, stairs, rest rooms, showers, windows, and other interior space. Duties include floor maintenance, dusting, gathering and removal of trash, snow and ice removal from entranceways and sidewalks, raking leaves and gathering trash from areas near buildings and replenishing supplies. Operates powered and manual cleaning equipment. Reports needed equipment and building repair and any unsafe or unusual housekeeping situations. Responsible for the care and handling of housekeeping supplies, equipment, and assigned keys.


Dining Services Salary Pool

Department: Dining Services

These positions are not available to Virginia Tech students. VT students need to apply to the Dining Services "VT Student" Pool.

The Dining Services Salary Pool opens/closes June 1, October 1 and February 1. You are responsible for reapplying each quarter to ensure your application is active.

The Dining Services Salary applicant pool provides food service to customers of the university dining centers with a high level of customer satisfaction. Ensures a clean, safe and sanitary environment for employees and customers. Shifts vary by position and dining center and may include early morning, day, evening, night, and weekend hours; and may include some overtime and call-in work. Work area assignment may be changed as necessary.

Positions in the following areas are frequently available: Service Associate, Lead Associate, Utilities Assistant, Service Associate / Cashier, Line Cook, Lead Cook.


Associate Director of Academic Initiatives

Department: Housing & Residence Life - Residence Life

The Office of Housing and Residence Life (HRL) invites applicants for the position of Associate Director of Academic Initiatives. This position is responsible for sustaining and expanding our hallmark residential colleges and living-learning communities through close collaborations with academic faculty and student affairs professionals. Our faculty and staff members live and work with 9,300 on-campus students in an affirming, learning-focused community, encouraging curiosity and a passion for learning, teaching the inherent value of diversity, and implementing innovative educational initiatives.

HRL is one of 21 departments reporting within the Division of Student Affairs, all working to actively involve every student with our Aspirations for Student Learning. These five aspirations are: Commit to Unwavering Curiosity, Pursue Self-understanding and Integrity, Practice Civility, Prepare for a Life of Courageous Leadership, and Embrace the University’s Motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve) as a Way of Life.

Virginia Tech is dedicated to Ut Prosim, and takes a hands-on, engaging approach to education, preparing scholars to be leaders in their fields and communities. As the Commonwealth’s most comprehensive university and its leading research institution, Virginia Tech offers 215 undergraduate and graduate degree programs to more than 30,000 students.

The Position

Reporting to the Director of Housing and Residence Life, the Associate Director of Academic Initiatives develops shared residential learning programs, forging close partnerships with program directors and faculty principals from across college disciplines to create vibrant and successful residential curricula and academic support programs. This position works in concert with the Associate Director for Residence Life to align staff, services, learning methodologies, and departmental initiatives.

Primary areas of responsibility include:
•Implement the Living and Learning Community (LLC) strategic plan and any future modifications
•Communicate continuously with the faculty principals, senior fellows, program directors and steering committee members as their point person in HRL, work to help them expand student participation, and formally recognize their support activities
•Work with departmental and student staff to implement and train on a curricular model focused on the DSA Aspirations for Student Learning and related goals of diversity and inclusion
•Lead the department assessment of LLCs and Residential Colleges as they relate to student success and community development
•Coordinate the LLC marketing plan and admissions materials to appeal to incoming first year students, to retain or recruit upper class students to live in LLCs, and to grow the LLC communities
•Serve on ad hoc and standing departmental or university committees as needed
•Serve on the department’s upper level on-call rotation
•Direct administrative office, budget allocations, and other oversight duties as defined.

Review of applications will begin January 6, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter should be submitted to the Jobs at VT website http://www.jobs.vt.edu/. All applicants must apply through the university’s online system to be considered.


Assistant Director -Student Development and Advising

Department: Career Services Auxiliary

The Assistant Director reports to the Associate Director and is a member of the Career Network Team that primarily serves students in the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Architecture and Urban Studies, and Business. Additionally, team members will work with employers to understand the breadth and depth of experiential and post-graduation opportunities available for students interested in pursuing careers within the scope of the network.

Key Responsibilities:

•Provide one-on-one advising (in person, through email, via telephone, etc.) to students in majors within the Career Network on topics such as selecting an academic major; choosing a career direction; developing a job search plan; interviewing (including conducting mock interviews); career-related experience (internships/co-op); writing effective resumes, cover letters, and personal statements; and researching companies and graduate schools.
•Serve as a liaison from Career and Professional Development to either the Pamplin College of Business or the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.
•Additional program and liaison opportunities may include; liaison to Services for Students with Disabilities, liaison to Cranwell International Center, coordinating Career Outfitters (offering new/gently worn business attire free to students), coordinating annual dining etiquette event, coordinating the office Peer Career Advisor program, and/or serving as the Career Network Internship Coordinator.


SECL VT Graduate Student Pool - Summer Employment

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Student Engagement and Campus Life cultivates community for the entire Hokie Nation. Through dynamic and transformational programs, entertainment, services, and facilities, we create opportunities for students to make a lifetime of memories.

*Only current Virginia Tech Graduate Students should apply to this pool.*

The Student Engagement and Campus Life VT Graduate Student Pool is for positions supporting the Graduate Life Center at Virginia Tech.

The Student Engagement and Campus Life VT Graduate Student applicant pool represents the staff that works closely with the Student Engagement and Campus Life Operations Superintendent and the Graduate School to provide services to the patrons of the GLC. This includes providing excellent customer service, oversight of the information desk, reserving rooms, basic cleaning (wiping tables, vacuuming, etc.), administrative support, marketing and clerical duties. Shifts hours vary but may require Saturdays and may include early morning, day, evening, weekend and holiday hours as needed.


SECL Event Leadership and Coordination Internship

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Student Engagement and Campus Life offers an opportunity for students to learn the value of event coordination and management in real workplace situations at the War Memorial Chapel. This internship will offer practical experience in the conceptualization, planning, and implementation of events, with particular emphasis on weddings. The intern would be under the direct supervision of the Events and Operations Associate for the Chapel. This position is paid up to 10 hours per week at $9/hour. Additional unpaid hours may be eligible for class credit if agreed to by supervising faculty and will be determined based on degree requirements set forth by the academic department.

The War Memorial Chapel and Events student intern performs a wide range of event-related duties, from initial scheduling of Chapel space for clients to day-of event coordination. The intern will work with: Microsoft Office applications; Event Management Systems (EMS) reservation software to schedule space; sound systems; a variety of candelabra and other wedding décor; and various cleaning products to prepare the Chapel space for events. Though most event-related tasks are collaborative in nature, the position demands personal initiative, innovation, and problem-solving skills.


Asst. Director, Student Org. Leadership & Development

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Reporting to the Associate Director of Student Engagement and Campus Life (Engagement) the Assistant Director for Organizational Leadership and Development is responsible for the development and implementation of purposeful and learning-centered programs and services that guide the various types of student organizations at Virginia Tech. The Assistant Director will work with student organizations to foster an inclusive, supportive, and learning-centered environment, and engage student organization members in the Division’s five Aspirations for Student Learning. The Assistant Director will utilize best practices to develop a comprehensive approach to advising student clubs and organizations, while creating a network of support for their advisors. The Assistant Director will also outline policies and expectations to educate student leaders and organizations.


Staff Psychologist/Counselor

Department: Cook Counseling Services Aux

Provide direct clinical services to students through triage, intake, and counseling appointments. Supervise pre-doctoral interns and practicum students. Provide on-call emergency coverage as assigned. Participate actively in staff, committee, and professional development activities.


Production Event Specialist

Department: Student Engagement & Campus Life

Located in the Production Services area within Student Engagement and Campus Life, reporting to the Assistant Director for Production Services, the primary purpose of this position will be to work to ensure the success of student events by acting as the Production Advisor/Planner for larger student organization events. This position will work with clients ahead of time to plan and assemble production needs including show outlines, cue sheets, basic drawings, input lists and any other required documentation and system preparation needed to provide successful event support. This position will only serve as the onsite contact for select events to oversee equipment installations and to ensure a smooth transition from the implementation phase to the execution phase of an event. The position will also develop the contract of services for clients.


Assistant Director for Fitness Programs

Department: Recreational Sports

Position Summary: Provides management and leadership to the Fitness Programs, which include group exercise, personal training & fitness testing, small group training, instructional dance, strength & conditioning, instructional gymnastics, and assigned special events. Supervises all fitness programming staff, which includes 1 full-time staff, 1 graduate assistant and over 150 student part-time student and wage staff. Leads fitness initiatives and collaborations across the department and campus including but not limited to Sport Clubs, Venture Out, Facilities, and the Department of Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise. This position serves as an advocate for fitness and wellness within the university community and the continual pursuit of Building Healthy Hokies. Position is an integral part of the department leadership team, collaborating with fellow Assistant Directors and senior leadership to advance student development and recreational programming while adhering to departmental core values.


Dining Services Housekeeping Worker Wage Pool

Department: Dining Services

Attends to housekeeping needs and assures a clean, sanitary and safe environment within Dining Services. Duties include floor maintenance, dusting, gathering and removal of trash, snow and ice removal from entranceways and sidewalks, raking leaves and replenishing supplies. Operates powered and manual cleaning equipment. Responsible for the care and handling of housekeeping supplies, equipment, and assigned keys.


Immigration and Advising Specialist

Department: Cranwell International Center

This position reports to the Assistant Director for Immigration and Advising and works to ensure the university’s compliance with federal regulations governing the enrollment of international students and exchange visitors. Provides immigration and advising assistance to international students and exchange visitors, applying highly specialized knowledge of immigration regulations and academic policies and procedures. Assists the Assistant Director for Immigration and Advising with planning, coordinating, and implementing strategies for data management required by the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS), while maintaining the integrity of all relevant systems on campus. Contributes to the articulation of departmental immigration policies and procedures. Liaises with state and federal agencies such as the SEVP, SSA, and DMV. Makes informed and independent decisions about eligibility for immigration benefits. Functions as a Designated School Official and Alternate Responsible Officer as recognized by the US Department of Homeland Security and US Department of State respectively. Serves as department liaison to certain administrative units on campus.


Assistant Director for Venture Out

Department: Recreational Sports

Provides management and leadership to the university’s outdoor recreation programs which include a rental & retail center, team building program, resource area, trips and adventure program, and anticipated newly constructed challenge course. Supervises all outdoor/adventure recreation staff, which includes 1 part-time Venture Out Coordinator, and over 20 program leads and assistants. This position will implement and promote a newly constructed challenge course that will include low ropes, an adventure course, and a zip line. Lead outdoor recreation initiatives and collaborations across the department, campus, and the community. Position is an integral part of the department leadership team, collaborating with fellow Assistant Directors and senior leadership to advance student development and recreational programming while adhering to departmental core values.


Dining Services Shift Leader Pool

Department: Dining Services

These positions are not available to Virginia Tech students. VT students need to apply to the Dining Services "VT Student" Pool.

The Shift Leader pool opens/closes June 1, October 1 and February 1. You are responsible for reapplying as necessary to ensure your application is active.

Provides operational support and assists in the training and supervision of staff in a large, high volume food service facility. Responsibilities include supervision of employees across all shifts in the assigned work area, coordination of food production, recipe management, product movement, supervision, quality control, customer satisfaction, and effective maintenance of computerized support system. Uses commercial kitchen equipment, standard recipes and procedures in preparation of nutritious and attractive menu items and ensures safety and sanitation procedures are followed. Assist in inventories, stock rotation, receipt of goods, storage, and documentation. Ensures a high level of customer service and responds to complaints in a professional and timely manner.


Assistant Director for Intramural Sports

Department: Recreational Sports

This position will organize, develop, plan, promote, administer, and evaluate a comprehensive Intramural Sports program to meet the needs and expectations of the Virginia Tech community by providing opportunities for a diverse level of skills and competitive interests. Supervise the Intramural Sports coordinator and two graduate assistants. Supervise the recruitment, placement, training, evaluation, and motivation of student supervisors and office program assistants. The successful candidate will be open to the feasibility and possibility of a competitive sports model. The successful candidate will also be a part of the Recreational Sports Leadership team, helping provide overall direction to a robust recreation program while adhering to departmental values.

Contact Information


Gary Shapiro
Associate Director of Administration for Human Resources
gshapiro@vt.edu
540-231-4281


Leslie Hubble
Assistant Director for Human Resources
lhubble@vt.edu
540-231-8060


Ashley L. Hunt
Human Resources
Generalist
alink06@vt.edu
540-231-2784


Brittany Shelton
Human Resources
Generalist
sheltb@vt.edu
540-231-5039


DSA Human Resources Office
800 Drillfield Drive
Burruss Hall, Suite 113 (0923)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
dsahr@vt.edu
Fax: 540-231-1998


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