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With a role at one of our many facilities, you will serve as an ambassador for
The Ohio State University by making a positive impact and creating exceptional
experiences for Students, Faculty, Staff, and University Guests. Whether you interact with
guests directly or work behind the scenes to contribute to the guest experience, the work you
do will help us in creating unforgettable experiences.
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The Ohio State University Equipment Department is looking for part time student help. This is an hourly paid job which will work primarily with the Ohio State Olympic sports programs. Will assist full time staff with all equipment related activities including but not limited to distributing items to teams and staff on a daily basis; student athlete equipment/apparel issuance and retrieval & daily laundry operations for Olympic sport programs.
Works for the Athletic Department in the Outdoor Facilities operations department. This position involves daily maintenance of the athletic fields and stadiums, set up for team practices, games, and facility operations for a variety of events.
Students work behind the scenes on a production crew broadcasting live games and events for the Big Ten Network on BTN Plus/BTN2. They gain hands on experience with professional equipment as director, producer, replay, graphics, and camera operators.
Be the first smiling face that welcomes all of our guests into our fine restaurant. As a host, we ask you greet guests with a smile, escort guests to their tables, as well as clear and reset tables throughout the shift. You also take reservations by answering the phone and using OpenTable. Weekends and home football Saturdays required!
Sales associate responsible for providing amazing guest service. Incredible food and handcrafted signature cocktails created and served by our best people. Never served before? Let us teach you! Come join our team. Weekends and home football Saturdays required!
Tasks include checking-in and checking-out guests, guest interaction and assistance, receiving/directing incoming phone calls, making guest reservations, providing directions, suggesting points of interest in Columbus, driving hotel transportation if needed (valid driver's license is required).
Responsible for processing hotel night audit system. Night audit system includes Accounting, preparing hotel for the following day. Other duties include checking-in and checking-out guests, guest interaction and assistance, receiving/directing incoming phone calls, making guest reservations, providing directions, suggesting points of interest in Columbus, driving hotel transportation if needed (valid driver's license is required). Also responsible for assisting guests with luggage, guest interaction and assistance, providing directions, suggesting points of interest in Columbus, and assisting valet parking as needed
Set up, operate, trouble shoot Audio Visual systems including projectors, microphones, mixers, etc. Meet with clients to instruct and assist in the successful implementation of Audio Visual needs for meetings
Drive hotel vehicles to/from Port Columbus International and to locations within 3 miles of the hotel (valid driver's license required). Also responsible for assisting guests with luggage, guest interaction and assistance, providing directions, suggesting points of interest in Columbus, and assisting valet parking as needed. Strong guest service orientation and personality required.
We ask that you answer phones promptly, close server checks and keep track of gratuities, and deliver food to guests staying at the hotel. This job can be very demanding and involves multi-tasking. Weekends and home football Saturdays required!
Food prep like cutting/washing etc, building of salad bars, assisting with plated events, cleaning, some dish washing, chef-attended stations such as carving meat or making omelets in front of guests in addition to other tasks that may be assigned. Meal is provided while on shift.
Responsible for completing and adhering to the cleanliness standards as they relate to all the following listed tasks: Turndown service refreshing of the guest rooms. Meeting room and office cleaning and refreshes. Laundry production and stocking of linen closets. Cleaning the fitness center, break room, uniform room and locker room. Lobby bathroom cleanliness and public areas of the hotel. Cleaning guest rooms as needed. Prepare the operation for the following day to include stocking items on the floors and closets. Frequent interaction with hotel guests.
Responsible for the set up/tear down and cleanliness of event space. Must be able to lift 35 lbs; move tables, chairs, and other furniture
Main Duties are washing dishes. Support Kitchen with many projects. Help plate meals. Composts recycles and sometimes takes our trash. Meal provided each shift.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills required. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook required. Strong communication skills, self-motivator, and professional customer service skills are required. Daily tasks include, but not limited to: deposits, reconciliations, filing, billing/accounts receivable, accounts payable, and general office tasks.
Serves food and beverages at scheduled functions; delivers prompt and courteous customer service; assists with set up and tear down of events; participates in clean up; earns gratuity in addition to hourly wage
Must be 21 years of age; serves food and beverages at scheduled functions; delivers prompt and courteous customer service; responsible for set up and tear down of bar; assists with set up and tear down of events; participates in clean up; earns gratuity in addition to hourly wage
The Blackwell Student Cafe Server will assist in Rohr Cafe as a barista.
Assist in creation of event folders and organization of booking department documentation. Research and perform analysis of concert industry event traffic. Maintain booking department database for necessary reporting data. Shadow Director of Booking at concert/special events during financial settlement process.
Responsible for the preparation, and conduct of, camp check-in’s and check-outs. Our student assistants will assist with administrative duties (assisting the Director and Assistant Directors with processing of camper registrations, preparation of payments for deposit with the Athletics Business Office, preparations and distribution of camper confirmation materials, and the filing of registration forms and other related camp forms) in the Fawcett Center, answer the Buckeye Sports Camps phone line, and staff the front desk at the Jack Nicklaus Museum.
Strong communication and organization skills required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications preferred.
Responsibilities include assisting the staff in procurement related processes, accounting and asset management tasks,
along with other general administrative duties.
Assists in the coordination of all local promotion & advertising activities to build awareness of Schottenstein Center & Nationwide Arena events & to grow ticket sales. Must have excellent interpersonal, time management, project management, & organizational skills. Strong ability to multitask. Knowledge of digital & social media outlets, including Adobe.
Set up and removal for events including basketball, hockey, concerts and special events. Conversions usually last somewhere between 3 to 6 hours depending on what we are doing that shift. Being part of the conversion crew requires motivation, team work and above all the ability to multi-task. Conversions generally start between 7pm and 11pm and can be any day of the week with potential to start as early as noon on the weekends. Knowledge/experience with common tools and equipment used in custodial and warehouse operations are helpful.
This unique hands-on position will assist in cutting live highlights & fan clips during football, men's & women's basketball, men's hockey & additional Buckeye sport home events used on Ohio State Athletics digital media platforms. Position will be responsible for effectively communicating with the digital media department through messaging to provide the team with video clips & GIFs in real time. Individual will be expected work home football games, including pre & postgame duties.
A video content creation role for varsity sports teams. This position will work directly with coaches and student-athletes to create social media features including highlight packages, behind-the-scenes content, and documentary style stories. Some experience with DSLR cameras and Adobe Creative Suite software preferred.
Stewardship communication development and design. Student-athlete stories for web. Thank you videos. Power 5 development communication benchmarking/brainstorming. Collection of solicitation examples. Social media utilization ideation. Student Buckeye Club support services/event planning assistance. Assistance with planning and execution of Student Buckeye Club events/stewardship. Frontline customer service support. Help answer phones and emails.
Responsible for general cleanliness of building common areas, restrooms, classrooms, offices, and theatres. Assisting with event setup including lifting up to twenty-five pounds. Working with mild cleaner chemicals and housekeeping equipment. Flexible schedules desired. Some evening and occasional weekend shifts available.
Responsible for answering phones, logging received packages and notifying customers of their arrival, providing building directions, and assisting with event setup including lifting up to twenty-five pounds. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and email software. Availability for evening and occasional weekend shifts preferred.
Provides support for athletic event related productions and needs in a variety of tasks to include: A/V, Sound, Lighting, and Staging. Reports directly to Production Manager.
Event Management volunteer interns serve as the secondary event managers at all home athletics events, assisting the primary event manager in the coordination of all event needs, including but not limited to redcoats, ushers, security, parking, officials, visiting teams, media, etc. Interns also prepare materials for upcoming events during scheduled hours in the Event Management office each week. All interns are required to work a minimum of 15 events per semester, plus 2 football games during the fall semester, in addition to 2 hours in the office each week.
Assist in hiring and onboarding of stagehands, day of show time sheet and audit creation, data entry for payroll, managing the stagehand roster, attend Monday Ops meetings to take minutes, and other duties as assigned. Knowledge of office equipment and Microsoft Office required. Available to work Monday 8am-4pm and Friday 8am-12pm, and as needed on Special Event days or as workload dictates (large concerts mandatory).
Primary job is general housekeeping for Athletics facilities: duties include cleaning locker rooms, restrooms, common areas, practice spaces, offices and set up/tear down of events and games. Students may also occasionally assist with light maintenance projects such as painting and replacing ceiling tile. Grounds positions also include mowing, painting and maintenance of athletic fields and lawns. Ice rink positions will also include skate and ice surface maintenance and rental responsibilities.
Street Team volunteer interns support the department's efforts of grassroots marketing. The goal is to gain exposure for our 36 sports on campus, in the community, and at our home athletic events. Require 10 hrs of event activation throughout each month. Have the opportunity to advance into Fan Experience, which supports game day execution of promotions, sponsorship, and recognitions at all spectator friendly sports. Required to work 15-20 hrs a month at home athletic events and also in office
Banquet Bartenders are responsible for the set up, execution, and tear down of various Bar Service events, as well as assisting with Banquet resets and closing duties as assigned. Bartenders must adhere to all standards set forth by management for inventory, customer service, proper pours, etc... Applicants must be 21 or older, and have Evening and Weekend availability. Must be able to work 20-25 hours per week.
Free Parking / Shift Meal / Uniform Provided!
Free Parking / Shift Meal!
Sets up workstations with all needed ingredients & cooking equipment. Prepares ingredients to use in cooking (chopping & peeling vegetables, cutting meat etc.) Cooks food in various utensils or grillers. Checks food while cooking to stir or turn. Ensures great presentation by dressing dishes before they are served. Keeps a sanitized & orderly environment in the kitchen. Ensures all food & other items are stored properly. Checks quality of ingredients. Monitors stock & places new orders.
Ensures the availability of clean dishes by bussing tables, washing dishes, and resetting dining areas. Prepares dining areas & kitchen for next shift by cleaning & restocking dining areas & cook stations. Cleans machines & appliances used in the kitchen. Unloads & stores deliveries. Sweeps & mops floors. Takes out the trash & rinses garbage cans. Supports other staff members by assisting with other tasks as needed. Reports kitchen accidents or violations of food safety codes
Ensures the availability of clean dishes by bussing tables, washing dishes, and resetting dining areas. Prepares dining areas & kitchen for next shift by cleaning & restocking dining areas & cook stations. Cleans machines & appliances used in the kitchen. Unloads & stores deliveries. Sweeps & mops floors. Takes out the trash & rinses garbage cans. Supports other staff members by assisting with other tasks as needed. Reports kitchen accidents or violations of food safety codes & procedures.
Flexible scheduling for outdoor landscape work on OSU’s Scarlet and Gray Golf Courses. Tasks include mowing greens, raking bunkers and other miscellaneous landscaping jobs. Golfing Privileges included with employment. Daily operation hours from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Dishwasher/Kitchen Staff are responsible for washing dishes, preparation and preparing of food, cooking short-order items, general cleaning, receiving and storing stock, and cleaning and maintaining kitchen equipment. Ability to work effectively and efficiently with others and under the supervision of the head cook and kitchen manager. Hours will vary including days, nights and weekends.
The job of the outside services is to maintain the daily flow of outside activities. Outside services includes cleaning carts, pulling member bags, picking the range, & going through daily upkeep in order to maintain our standard of impeccable service. Outside service employees need to be friendly, courteous & make sure all golfers know where they are going & are aware of any events on property. Outside services must be able to stand for up to 8 hours & be able to lift upwards of 25-50 lbs.
The golf shop staff’s main job is knowledge, hospitality, and customer service. The golf shop staff is the face of the Ohio State University Golf Club. They are the first person guests have contact with when they arrive on property and even before, over phone interactions. The golf shop staff is here to help answer any questions the guest/customer may have and to accommodate the guests accordingly. The golf shop staff has the duty of knowing and relaying all golf course rules and regulations.
Servers/bartenders are responsible for displaying outstanding customer service skills to our members and guests at all times. Duties include timely service, detailed order taking and accurate acceptance of payment, setup, breakdown and resetting of events, completion of side work, re-stocking and closing responsibilities, and ability to work effectively with others. Work schedule hours will vary including days, nights and weekends. Part-Time seasonal position throughout the golf season.
The starter is the first person on the tee. The starter must run the tee sheet & ensure all groups start on time & in proper sequence. The starter is responsible for ensuring every group knows the rules for the day & golf cart restrictions, enforces range rules, & makes sure all players meet the dress code requirements. The starter needs to be friendly & courteous, & is to make sure that all golfers teeing off are told the cart rules, & to please repair their ball marks & sand divots.
Primary responsibilities of this position are focused on the design execution of requests within Athletics and Business Advancement. The position reports to the Creative Director and Graphic Designers, and assists the team on projects ranging from print, digital, interactive, motion, social media, installation graphics, etc.
The candidate for this position is an excellent team player who can work independently and has exceptional customer service skills. Must be able to adjust to situations as they arise. Student Worker will need to be able to communicate effectively with other Students, Managers, and Support staff. This position is for nights and weekends only. Responsibilities include: Cleaning, doing the register, learning how to sharpen skates, skate guarding and closing the rink at night. Skating experience strongly preferred.
The candidate for this position is an excellent team player who can work independently and has exceptional customer service skills. Needs to be able to communicate effectively with other Students, Managers, Athletes, Coaches and Support staff. We offer flexible hours but some evenings, weekends, school breaks and holidays may be required as needed. Duties include daily building maintenance, event set-up and tear down, and special projects.
Schottenstein Center Arena Ushers will greet guests as they arrive, conduct security checks, scan tickets, direct guests to their seats, answer questions and provide information. As the “eyes and ears” in the arena, you are expected to keep a close watch on the crowd and intervene in situations when appropriate and call for assistance when it is needed. You are on the “front line” providing remarkable experiences for our guests – you will experience the excitement and energy of the event!
Event Management Assistant provides support to all areas of the department, including: guest services, security, and parking. Responsibilities include working with the Event Services Facility Coordinator with regards to meeting spaces and building tours, Dispatching and responding to event concerns and emergencies, and event management duties. This position is an event based position and therefore works mainly from mid-day to evening on event days or in the days leading up to the event for preparation. The hours of Event Management Assistant are entirely dependent on event schedules.
Opening and closing the Schottenstein Center office, greeting customers and clients, answering phone inquiries about events, transferring calls to appropriate staff or unit, making copies, mail sorting and delivering. Give out event and ticket information. Logging lost and found. Print out daily calendar of events. Maintaining coffee and supply inventory. Serve as a liaison between the Department of Athletics and the Schottenstein Center. Experience in customer service with a pleasant disposition. Must be able to work independently. Knowledge of Microsoft applications.
Help maintain the ice for Men’s Ice Hockey games, as well as occasionally assist with on ice promotions. Shifts are approximately 3 hours in length and games are mostly Friday and Saturday evenings. Some skating abilities and your own pair of skates are required.
Engineering department duties include performing general maintenance during normal day shift hours Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM. There are also some opportunities for evening and weekend hours for events including basketball, hockey, concerts and special events. Being part of the maintenance crew requires motivation, team work, and the willingness to learn new skills. Work schedule is flexible. Knowledge/experience with basic hand tools are preferred.
Oversees and coordinates loading dock deliveries and use of loading docks. Authorizes entry of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard against theft and maintain security of premises. Monitor’s interior and exterior of building via security cameras.
Operations team members are responsible for daily housekeeping and general upkeep of the JSC along with set-up, tear-down, and cleanliness before, during and, after events. Shifts are available morning, evening, nights and weekends, and are flexible with class schedules.
Traffic Attendants represent the Schottenstein Center as a front line customer service representative during events. They will direct guests to the appropriate parking area to help ensure that guest parking is as safe and efficient as possible. Attendants assist Traffic Management and CampusParc with inflow and outflow of traffic during events. Attendants assist with any special set-up of JSC lots for events. They act as Ambassadors for the facility and assist guests with concerns.
Maintains security and safety of people and property in the Schottenstein Center area by patrolling areas on foot and enforcing venue rules and regulations. Oversees and coordinates loading dock deliveries and use of loading docks. Authorizes entry of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard against theft and maintain security of premises. Package and mail delivery to building clients and tenants. Monitor’s interior and exterior of building via security cameras.
Assists in gerneral office operation; Answers phone; Sorts mail; Assists with mass mailings; Delivers mail to other campus locations; General filing; Runs errands; Assists with camp mailings and registrations; Answers questions and gives directions to public; Gives general information regarding various events in the Athletic Department; Other duties as assigned. Must be able to file, have good phone presence, and work well with a large diverse group of persons.
Student will work the front desk during the academic year. Duties include: opening & closing the office; greeting customers & clients; answering phone inquiries about events; transferring calls to appropriate staff or unit; making copies; mail sorting & delivering; giving out event & ticket information; logging lost & found; printing daily calendar of events; maintaining coffee & supply inventory. Must have experience in customer service, be able to work independently, & know Microsoft apps
Work with a pool of drivers to resurface the ice for Men’s Ice Hockey practices and games. Practices are in the mornings Monday through Saturday, depending on availability (some evening skates are also possible). Games are generally on Friday and Saturday evenings. Experience driving an ice resurfacer is required.
Works directly with the Director of Communications involving the promotion of concerts & events presented at the two arenas. The major emphasis will be working with "The Arena Guy" to maintain & expand the brand mostly through social media. Will produce a monthly podcast; knowledge of podcast production is very important. Will regularly produce videos that require editing & production. Internship start is this summer & continues through school year(s). 15-18 hrs per week expected
The Ohio State Department of Athletics Video Services is looking for student animators/motion graphic designers/video and LED board operators to work athletic events at The Jerome Schottenstein Center, Ohio Stadium, The Covelli Center, St. John Arena, Bill Davis Stadium, Buckeye Field and Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The position is two-faceted, in that students can create graphics and animations when there are not events going on, but also can operate the scoreboards during events.
This position gives you the opportunity to work alongside other students as well as full-time staff in a unique and historic athletic building that hosts a variety of athletic games and special events year round. Performs general custodial services and minor maintenance on facilities. Maintain a safe and clean facility for daily visitors as well as for those attending events. Set up and clean up for a variety of athletic games, concerts and other special events.
Provide excellent guest service to fans attending Ohio State events. Directing and assisting guests to their seats or to find other amenities provided inside the facility. Directing and assisting guests to services outside of the facility (roadways, restaurants, hotels, etc.) Assist with the enforcement of NCAA, Conference, University, and Athletic Department rules and regulations. Recognize and check credentials, limit access to restricted areas of facilities.
Provide excellent guest service to fans attending Ohio State events. Selling, scanning, counting and checking tickets at athletic contests and special events. Directing and assisting guests to their seats or to find other amenities provided inside the facility. Directing and assisting guests to services outside of the facility (roadways, restaurants, hotels, etc.) Assist with the enforcement of NCAA, Conference, University, and Athletic Department rules and regulations.
Facilitate the daily maintenance and upkeep of the building. Tasks include cleaning locker rooms, offices, and common areas; setting up for meals and events; and helping full-time staff with miscellaneous projects. Must be excellent team players with strong work ethic and have exceptional customer service and communication skills. Hours available M-F, with weekend hours based on building use.
Responsible for creating motion graphics and images for LED and video boards in all of our arenas and stadiums. Also responsible for the operation of these boards on game days, which includes displaying sponsor content, animations, statistics, headshots and internal messaging by following the script given to us by both Fan Experience and IMG. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (primarily After Effects) and 3D animation packages (such as Maya and Cinema 4D) preferred.
Assists the Sports Nutrition department with assigned duties
Provides stagehand support for event-related productions and needs in a variety of tasks to
includes General Stagehand, A/V & Lighting, and Sound. Experience as a stagehand in concert, theatre, or event production. Experience in stage,
conversion, lighting or sound operation desired.
Perform administrative duties as assigned by S & C supervisors and assist with basic administrative functions of the Strength and Conditioning Department. Must be currently enrolled in credit hours through a College/University and have organizational skills, detailed documentation and good communication. May be required to assist with special projects, basic bookkeeping, preparation of presentations, and preparation of schedules. Additional duties may be assigned as needed.
Perform administrative duties as assigned by Sports Performance supervisors and assist with basic administrative functions of the Strength and Conditioning Department. Must be currently enrolled in credit hours through a College/University and have organizational skills, detailed documentation and good communication. May be required to assist with special projects, basic bookkeeping, preparation of presentations, and preparation of schedules. Additional duties may be assigned as needed.
SCAs serve as a primary contact for a designated team and work with that team on a day-to-day basis. Duties include writing, research, media relations, social media and website updating. The job includes some office hours as well as coverage at various events, including football and men’s basketball.
These positions are primarily for general housekeeping, with duties including cleaning locker rooms, restrooms, common areas, practice spaces, and offices. Students may also occasionally assist with light maintenance projects such as painting and replacing ceiling tile. Hours are available from Monday-Friday 8am-10pm, with weekend hours based on building use. Students are expected to work a minimum of 12 hours per week and cover occasional weekend events. Please respond with a resume and schedule of availability.
The engineering department duties include performing general maintenance during normal day shift hours Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. There are also some opportunities for evening and weekend hours depending on event needs and special projects. This position requires someone that is willing to learn and adapt to various working conditions, and different systems including, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and general maintenance.
The Athletics IT Helpdesk student position requires Excellent verbal and telephone skills. Familiarity with Windows 7, Mac OSX, PC hardware and software, imaging, installation, and troubleshooting desired. iPhone/iPad troubleshooting desired. Position also takes shifts in a front desk capacity. Duties may also include routing phone calls, assisting with preparing offices for meetings, and signing for & delivering packages within building.
Video students help handle the filming and processing of practice and game video under the Video Coordinator.
This position carries out general housekeeping and maintenance of the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The duties are as follows:
- cleaning restrooms
- cleaning offices
- cleaning locker rooms
- taking out trash
- replacing ceiling tile
- using power tools/hand tools.
The hours that are available are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and weekend shifts based upon practices/events.
Duties include selling tickets at the ticket counter for various athletic & special events; answering general questions and assisting with online ordering via telephone; assisting in the mailing of season and single game tickets for OSU sporting events; processing ticket orders for athletic & special events; working on upkeep of the Ohio State Athletic Ticket Office database.
Assists with live video production for Ohio State athletic events using professional equipment including video switchers, replay, and cameras for primarily the arena and stadiums videoboards. Other positions include producing, directing, and providing the teams with “official replay” camera angles.
Acts as first-exposure representative of Athletics and Business Advancement (Fawcett Event Center) to visitors and guests, providing competent assistance to compliment their experience during their visit. Hours vary with class schedule; usually 8-5, M-F.
The Zero Waste student reports to the Sustainability Coordinator for Athletics and Business Advancement. The focus of this position is to assist with Zero Waste at Ohio Stadium on football game days. The student’s role will be to manage dumpsters, correct contamination, distribute red tailgate recycling bins, and to educate fans on Zero Waste at Ohio Stadium. This person will work on Saturdays for home Ohio State Football games. Student supervisor roles are available.