Applications are extended until positions are filled.


The Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) is recruiting student leaders for the 2023-2024 academic year. We are seeking self-motivated, accountable, professional leaders! Working at a student-initiated, student-led center is a rare and unique opportunity only available at a few universities nationwide.

  • Learn about our hiring process here.
  • Remember to review the position descriptions for any of the jobs you are interested in!

We are currently searching for the following positions:

Essential Job Details

  • $15.75 hourly rate
  • 12-15 hours per week; flexible schedule; remote work available during the pandemic
  • 3 quarter commitment: Fall, Winter, Spring
  • New staff orientation - TBD
  • SRRC Spring Class In-person Training (Spring Quarter Only - Fridays 2-4 PM PT)
  • Must participate in training with student and career staff throughout Fall Quarter and the academic year.
  • Participate in Monthly In-Services, and weekly staff meetings (during the academic year)
  • Supported & advised by SRRC career staff & Student Directors

Qualifications

  • Previous experience working or volunteering with the SRRC preferred
  • Awareness of, and sensitivity to, issues specific to communities represented by the SRRC
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Dependable and motivated
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Maintain a 2.5 GPA
  • A background check and TB test are required due to the possibility of working with minors
  • Transportation may be necessary for recruitment coordinator roles. A valid driver's license is highly recommended, but not required to apply for recruitment positions.
  • Work authorization require

Applications are extended until positions are filled.

The Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) is recruiting student leaders for the 2023-2024 academic year. We are seeking self-motivated, accountable, professional leaders! Working at a student-initiated, student-led center is a rare and unique opportunity only available at a few universities nationwide.

  • Learn about our hiring process here.
  • Remember to review the position descriptions for any of the jobs you are interested in!

We are currently searching for the following positions:



Essential Job Details

  • $15.75 hourly rate
  • 12-15 hours per week; flexible schedule; remote work available during the pandemic
  • 3 quarter commitment: Fall, Winter, Spring
  • New staff orientation - TBD
  • SRRC Spring Class In-person Training (Spring Quarter Only - Fridays 2-4 PM PT) 
  • Must participate in training with student and career staff throughout Fall Quarter and the academic year.
  • Participate in Monthly In-Services, and weekly staff meetings (during the academic year)
  • Supported & advised by SRRC career staff & Student Directors

Qualifications

  • Previous experience working or volunteering with the SRRC preferred
  • Awareness of, and sensitivity to, issues specific to communities represented by the SRRC
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Dependable and motivated
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Maintain a 2.5 GPA
  • A background check and TB test are required due to the possibility of working with minors
  • Transportation may be necessary for recruitment coordinator roles. A valid driver's license is highly recommended, but not required to apply for recruitment positions.
  • Work authorization required


Job Description


The Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator are responsible for the creation and update of the SRRC’s publications and promotional materials. The coordinators serve as the main contact for all SRRC graphic and promotions design requests.  Responsible for the design and production of promotional materials that incorporate design concepts, appropriate graphics, typestyles, format, and colors to promote all the unique programs, services, and events hosted by SRRC.  Design materials that reflect the mission of the SRRC by utilizing appropriate marketing strategies.  Must be able to understand and promote the mission of the SRRC.

There are two positions available: Graphic Designer, Marketing Coordinator.

Please indicate which position you are applying for. You can apply for both. 

Learn more about the SRRC here: srrc.ucdavis.edu

Applications are due until positions are filled.

Essential Job Details

  • $15.75 hourly rate
  • 12-15 hours per week; flexible schedule; remote work available during the pandemic
  • New staff orientation - TBD
  • SRRC Spring Class In-person Training (Spring Quarter Only - Fridays 2-4 PM PT)
  • Must participate in training with student and career staff throughout Fall Quarter and the academic year.
  • Participate in Monthly In-Services, and weekly staff meetings (during the academic year)
  • Supported & advised by SRRC career staff & Student Directors

Responsibilities

  • Create eye-catching, graphic design work for SRRC programming and events
  • Utilizing Illustrator or InDesign to layout and create program publications for the SRRC programs/events
  • Design marketing collateral material (brochures, newsletters, visual aids, web content, giveaways, etc…)
  • Create cohesive visual branding for large-scale retreats and conferences
  • Help maintain the SRRC website and social media sites
  • Do anything else that plays to your strengths!                                                                                                                      

Requirements & Qualifications

  • Must be highly proficient in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, whichever version is most readily available to you. For occasional projects, will need to know how to work with older versions of CC such as CS6
  • Knowledge of HTML & CSS a plus
  • Knowledge of Mac platform a plus
  • Knowledge of marketing strategies
  • Must be social media savvy  (Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook)
  • Experience in designing posters, flyers, websites, or similar publications.
  • Proficiency with typesetting and applying design principles
  • Familiarity with print production processes
  • Familiarity with various file formats for distribution and general file management
  • Ability to conceptualize and select designs appropriate to the SRRC’s communities.
  • Manage, review and fulfill graphic/promotion design requests
  • Ability to work under short deadlines and produce work quickly (at times you will have a week or more to produce work, while at others you will have one day.)
  • Ability to elicit and understand others' ideas for publication purposes, and to complete work by following these ideas and goals. 
  • Work closely with career staff, other student coordinators, and volunteers.
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule to meet deadlines for simultaneous projects.
  • Possess initiative and willingness to develop and implement new design ideas.
  • Friendly, outgoing, and passionate about taking the SRRC to the next level!

Please note, applications will need to provide:

  • Resume
  • Sample of work
  • References

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If you have any questions, please e-mail srrc.ucdavis@gmail.com.

The SRRC Administrative Assistant Employment Application is due until two (2) positions are filled.


For more information concerning the application process visit the hiring website: https://srrc.ucdavis.edu/get-involved/selection.  Additionally, if you have any questions, please contact srrc@ucdavis.edu.

Job Description

As part of the Student Recruitment and Retention Center, the Administrative Assistant serves as support for the logistics, data, and tracking of programs of the SRRC. The Administrative Assistant will complete duties such as: tracking program proposal materials and submissions; taking and publishing copies of meeting minutes; archiving records and documents, and performing office management tasks.

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for processing business documents, and tracking and auditing expenditures. Individuals will gather current data from funding proposals. Individuals will also be required to support the overall functions of the SRRC.

Responsibilities:

  • Handling office tasks, such as filing, generating reports, setting up for events, etc.
  • Providing scheduling support for SRRC operations
  • Updating paperwork, maintaining documents, and word processing
  • Performing general office duties and errands
  • Creating, maintaining, and entering information into databases
  • Help maintain the daily functions of the SRRC
  • Preparing documents and reports for meetings
  • Do anything else that plays to your strengths!


Additional Requirements & Qualifications:

  • One year of experience working or volunteering in the Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) is preferred
  • An awareness of and sensitivity to issues specific to underrepresented communities
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Excellent computer skills and experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively
  • Ability to pay close attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Interpersonal and customer service skills to clearly communicate in person, by email, and over the phone with a wide variety of individuals.
  • Friendly, outgoing, and passionate about supporting program logistics to take the SRRC to the next level!

Essential Job Details

  • $15.75 hourly rate
  • 12-15 hours per week; flexible schedule; remote work available during the pandemic
  • 3 quarter commitment: Fall, Winter, Spring
  • New staff orientation - TBD
  • SRRC Spring Class In-person Training (Spring Quarter Only - Fridays 2-4 PM PT)
  • Must participate in training with student and career staff throughout Fall Quarter and the academic year.
  • Participate in Monthly In-Services, and weekly staff meetings (during the academic year)
  • Supported & advised by SRRC career staff & Student Directors


Applications have been extended until positions have been filled.

We are currently searching for (2) Campus Visits Experience Coordinators to start in Fall 2023.

Learn more about the SRRC, or our Campus Visits Experience services.

The Campus Visits Experience Coordinators will be responsible for providing a student perspective of the unique college experience through a campus tour and student panels to K-12 students who participate in SRRC Campus Visits.
Campus Visits Experience Coordinators will be responsible for:

  • Working closely with the Community Advisor for Recruitment and the other Campus Visits Coordinator to: Establish guidelines for the visits; Seek support and resources; Analyze and organize collected data
  • Being the main contact for Campus Visits requests (maintaining consistent communication/correspondence with requestors)
  • Coordinating and communicating each Campus Visit event logistics
  • Creating a comprehensive agenda per group request
  • Developing and implementing virtual programming that can expose students to visiting opportunities from many locations
  • Lead in selecting and training Campus Visits volunteers
  • Coordinating and communicating with the Admin Committee about intern & volunteer training and educational opportunities
  • Creating a comprehensive training, development & appreciation plan for interns & volunteers
  • Collaborating with other SRRC outreach coordinators to offer Campus Visits for their outreach participants or youth leadership conference participants
  • Co-coordinating the annual SRRC Recruitment events, such as Aggie Senior Weekend Trip and College Application Mentorship Program, with fellow Recruitment coordinators
  • Serving as a core member of the Recruitment Committee

Essential Job Details

  • $15.75 hourly rate
  • 12-15 hours per week; flexible schedule; remote work available during the pandemic
  • New staff orientation - TBD
  • SRRC Spring Class In-person Training (Spring Quarter Only - Fridays 2-4 PM PT)
  • Must participate in training with student and career staff throughout Fall Quarter and the academic year.
  • Participate in Monthly In-Services, and weekly staff meetings (during the academic year)
  • Supported & advised by SRRC career staff & Student Directors


Qualifications

  • Previous experience working or volunteering with the SRRC preferred
  • Awareness of, and sensitivity to, issues specific to communities represented by the SRRC
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Dependable and motivated
  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Maintain a 2.5 GPA
  • Background check and TB test are required due to the possibility of working with minors
  • Having a valid driver's license is highly encouraged; transportation may be required to complete position responsibilities
  • Must participate in all required training sessions


Dear SRRC Staff,

The Recruitment Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Community Empowerment proposals to further the mission, values and priorities of the SRRC and your program.  

This form is most relevant for any activity that involves the greater community (General Meeting, Info Session, VIP events, etc.)

We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.


RROC 2022-2023

Dear SRRC Staff,

The Recruitment Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Recruitment proposals to further the mission, values, and priorities of the SRRC and your program.

This form is most relevant for:

  • Outreach proposals
  • Campus Visits proposals
  • College Fair events


We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.

RROC 2022-2023

Dear SRRC Staff,

The Recruitment Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Retention proposals to further the mission, values, and priorities of the SRRC and your program.  

We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.

RROC 2022-2023

Dear SRRC Coordinator,

The Recruitment & Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Cosponsorships/Collaborations proposals to further the mission, values and priorities of the SRRC and your program.

This form is most relevant for:

  • Cosponsorships - we are providing resources for an event that we are not helping to plan
  • Collaborations - we are providing resources for an event that we are helping to coordinate with another department or student org 


We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.

RROC 2022-2023

Dear Recruitment Coordinator,

The Recruitment Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Youth Conference proposals to further the mission, values, and priorities of the SRRC and your program.  

In order to further assist with your planning, please visit the Recruitment Drive to find the following:

  • Planning Guidelines 
  • YC Checklist
  • Youth Risk Management Documents 


If you plan to submit a proposal for Mentor's Formation or Orientation, please submit a Community Empowerment proposal.

We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.

RROC 2022-2023

Dear SRRC Staff,

The Recruitment Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit Staff Development proposals to further the mission, values, and priorities of the SRRC and your program.  

This form is most relevant for:

  • Staff retreats (end of quarter, transition, etc.)
  • Staff trainings
  • Staff professional development


We look forward to reviewing your proposal.

RROC 2022-2023

Dear Retention Coordinator,

The Recruitment & Retention Organizing Committee (RROC) invites you to submit your proposal for your Community Retreat/Conference/Summit.

If you are thinking of submitting a proposal for your Mentor's Formation or Orientation, please submit a regular Retention proposal.

We look forward to reviewing your initiatives and visions.

RROC 2022-2023

About the SRRC Grant
The Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) Grant provides funding for organizations and campus departments planning programs that support and promote outreach and retention to students of historically underrepresented, low-income, or educationally disadvantaged communities.

Instructions & Guidelines
Please review the SRRC Grant Application Instructions here to support you in this process. This section has important information about criteria for selection. For example, requests for individual conference/workshop attendance will NOT be considered.

If you have questions on the application, please e-mail our RROC Finance Chair at srrc.grants@gmail.com.

Deadlines*
There are no additional deadlines for the 2022-2023 academic year. RROC will promote and advertise 2022-2023 deadlines:

FQ 2022 Deadlines

  • Monday, October 10, 2022 
  • Monday, October 24, 2022
  • Monday, November 7, 2022

WQ 2023 Deadlines

  • Monday, January 23, 2023
  • Monday, February 6, 2023
  • Tuesday, February 21, 2023

SQ 2023 Deadlines

  • Monday, April 17, 2023
  • Monday, May 1, 2023 
  • Monday, May 15, 2023

*Review dates may tentatively change depending on the availability of SRRC Grants funds. 


In the meantime, you can email us at srrc.grants@gmail.com or rroc@ucdavis.edu. Thank you!


UCD-Student Recruitment & Retention