Hawk on Wheels Graduate Student Leader

Hawk on Wheels Graduate Student Leader:  The Graduate Student Leader for the Hawk on Wheels bicycle rental program will work closely with the Coordinator of Fitness Programs in the daily operations of the bicycle rental program.  This position requires outstanding communication and organizational skills.

Job Description:

  • Review all incoming electronic rental reservation requests and assign rental bicycles based on bicycle size preferences and bicycle availability
  • Monitor the rental status of a current fleet of approximately 50 bicycles using Google Docs, GoFormz app, and Active Network’s Class software
  • Inspect rental bicycle while checking out and checking in for normal wear and tear or damaged/missing components
  • Assess any damages to rental bicycles and appropriately bill a repair fee to the renter’s account
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance as scheduled in the Hawk On Wheels operational handbook such as checking air pressure, lubricating moving components, and adjusting brakes and shifting components
  • Coordinate the repairs on parts and components unable to be performed in-house (bent wheels, broken components, missing parts, etc.)
  • Monitor the Hawk On Wheels Google Mail account and respond to inquiries
  • Oversee undergraduate Hawk on Wheels student leaders
  • Work with Coordinator of Fitness Programs to constantly evolve the bike rental program through community outreach, bicycle safety avocation, and other special projects as assigned

Requirements:

  • Minimum GPA of 2.0 and in good academic standing
  • Meet weekly with the Coordinator of Fitness Programs and to discuss the weekly status of the rental program
  • Work no more than 30 hours per week with established office hours set at the beginning of each semester in order to consistently ensure there are minimal time gaps in rental operations Monday-Friday
  • Some light to moderate-level physical activity is required when maintaining bicycles

TO APPLY

E-mail a resume and cover letter to Alexander Sperling at sperlinga@mail.montclair.edu.

 

Date posted: 10/7/2015