Current Open Positions at University Centers

Senior Marketing Assistant (Street Team) / STDT 3 $11.85 /hr
  1 Position(s)
  Post Date 3/14/2017
Under the direction of the University Centers Assistant Director – Marketing & Programs, the Senior Marketing Assistant – Street Team drives the marketing and promotion of events and programs including films, concerts, performances, faculty-student interaction events, art exhibits, and University Centers facilities and services. Tasks include, but are not limited to, drafting advertising plans; event promotion through social media outlets and word of mouth, managing detailed schedules and production plans; oversees production of the quarterly SYNC planner calendar, composing, revising, proofreading and editing marketing copy, reaching out to University Centers vendors; auditing websites and submitting updates; assisting with surveys, assessment, and administrative reports; and supporting the Assistant Director – Marketing & Programs with special projects. As the team lead, the Senior Marketing Assistant – Street Team is responsible for guiding the street team to develop and implement effective marketing and promotions strategies; monitor and encourage social media postings, ensuring postings are in compliance with the University Centers values and polices, motivates staff to exceed expectations and complete mundane tasks; encourages staff to develop new marketing ideas; scheduling staff and monitoring work attendance; coordinating the distribution of weekly marketing collateral; facilitating weekly staff meetings; training new staff; filling in for staff; and working side by side with the team. Administrative responsibilities include tracking event expenses; conducting market research; answering phones and email; and maintaining a clean and well-organized work environment.
 

Marketing Assistant / STDT 2 $11.50 /hr
  3 Position(s)
  Post Date 3/14/2017
The University Centers Marketing Team is responsible for promoting the facilities, services and programs to segmented audiences, primarily undergraduate and graduate students. As a member of the Marketing Team, this position develops marketing plans for assigned events and programs, and coordinates the distribution of publicity and marketing materials for University Centers programs, events, facilities and services. Dissemination of publicity/marketing materials includes posting, flyering, table tents, staffing information tables, using social media, street team style promotions and marketing strategies, among many other activities. This position shall propose and execute new and unique marketing strategies; shall be active in promoting to students and increasing student event participation; shall publicize events and programs in front of large crowds, with a willingness to make enthusiastic public announcements on an as-needed basis; and shall upload and post event information via online social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Additional duties include passing out Syncs twice a quarter throughout campus, being punctual and thorough about posting events via all campus-wide marketing channels; and frequently working as a team member with fellow employees and event managers. In addition to marketing duties,the position requires the employee to work at least one night event during the week as well as weekend events when necessary. This position staffs and supports University Centers programs and events (movies, performances, concerts, Loft events, etc.). Employee must be able to meet in a team before each event shift to review event details and be a full team player, as well as, willing to setup and breakdown events, and manage/support end-of-night responsibilities. Ability to lift 25lbs, to move furniture as needed, and to clean venue and provide additional support for special events is required. Attend weekly Marketing Team meetings and other mandatory University Centers orientations. Position works under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director – Marketing and Programs, with additional supervision provided by The Loft Curator and Commuter Events Programs Manager. Receives work direction from the Senior Marketing Assistant. Works closely with team members and Event Coordinators.
 

Technical Assistant / STDT 3 $12.00 /hr
  8 Position(s)
  Post Date 3/8/2017
Assist the Operations and Technical Services managers with the technical production of events of all types at various locations on campus, in and outdoors. Assist with the transportation, use, maintenance and purchase of professional sound, lighting, audio-visual, staging, and rigging equipment. Work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment. STRONG PREFERENCE GIVEN TO APPLICANTS WITH 6 CONSECUTIVE QUARTERS OF UCSD ENROLLMENT REMAINING.
 

Gameroom Assistant $11.50 /hr
  3 Position(s)
  Post Date 3/7/2017
Entry level position in which employee will provide customer service at the Gameroom. Learn to operate a cash register, handle and receive cash, check equipment, and check on the arcade area.
 

Junior Events Manager / STDT 3 $11.85 /hr
  2 Position(s)
  Post Date 1/5/2017
Under the direction of The Loft Curator/Programs and Events Manager, curate, coordinate, produce and manage concerts and events for and in University Centers managed venues enhancing student life on the UC San Diego Campus. The core venues you will be responsible for programming and managing include; The Loft, Price Center Ballrooms, and Price Center Plaza along with additional University Centers Venues. Programs will range from concerts, film screenings, comedy events, DJ series, novelty acts, cultural events and campus traditions. In addition, the University Centers Student Events Manager will partner with on campus departments such as AS Concerts & Events and ArtPower along with student organizations to provide event and venue management for partnered events.