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Part-time Data Processor

Thu, 07/30/2015 - 08:58
The Moses Brown School Office of Development and Alumni Relations seeks a data processor to assist the director of data management with data entry and data projects related to Raiser’s Edge (the school’s fundraising database) and MyMB (the school’s online community database.) The position reports directly to Melissa Rabinow, the director of data management. The data processor will work with the director to complete ongoing updates as well as finite data projects within the school’s relational databases (Raiser’s Edge fundraising database and MyMB, the school’s online community database.) Additional tasks as assigned to support the work of the Advancement Services team. Moses Brown School is a co-educational independent day school for nursery through twelfth grade. A Friends school, Moses Brown exists to inspire students to reach their fullest intellectual and spiritual potential. We engage students in a rich academic curriculum, a broad offering of arts and athletics, and a daily life strongly rooted in the Quaker values of community, equality, and service. We affirm the Quaker belief that there is an inner light in each person which influences our decision making and leads us to the truths we seek. We consider virtues of simplicity, integrity, group wisdom, and respect for differences paramount to helping students of all faiths and backgrounds discover their missions in the world. In its hiring practices, Moses Brown deliberately seeks to maximize the diversity of the school (in terms of class, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, abilities/disabilities, and language).

Student IT and Communications Assistant, Social Media and Website Developer, Brazil Initiative and BRASA

Thu, 07/30/2015 - 05:13
We are looking for a student with knowledge of computer technology and communications through both social media and websites to help us devise a communications strategy for both the Brazil Initiative at Brown and BRASA. They will be working in close relationship with manager/coordinator of both organizations and the student assistants to think through ways to optimize the websites and social media and be there for troubleshooting and problem solving by email for problems with technology. Knowledge of IT and social media a must. Some knowledge of Brazil is a plus, but by no means required.

Student Assistant for Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA)

Thu, 07/30/2015 - 05:10
The work for BRASA will involve sorting through and saving old files of BRASA; helping to figure out a new filing system for the time the association will be hosted at Brown; weekly generation of the BRASA digest; assistance in logistics for the BRASA Congress (conference) taking place March 31-April 2, 2016; maintaining the member list, the digest subscription list and website upkeep among other tasks. Knowledge of mailchimp, Photoshop, social media and other technology is a major plus. Besides the simpler tasks, we are also looking for a creative thinker and go-getter who can strategize with the manager and coordinator of the BRASA to enhance its visibility and effectiveness and continue to build on its history of excellence as an association dedicated to the study of Brazil in the United States in particular. This kind of brainstorming means continuing to generate and think through resources and posts to include on the website, Facebook and Twitter. An interest and some knowledge of Brazil is a major plus as is some competence in Portuguese.

Student Assistant for Brazil Initiative

Thu, 07/30/2015 - 05:08
This position includes daily work on Brazil Initiative events such as putting in catering orders; publicizing events through Morning Mail, Reach, Featured Events, Facebook, Twitter and through a Mailchimp mailing list; sending out emails to specific departments and maintaining a list of contacts with an interest in specific events; and sending out posters to print and picking them up. It will also occasionally involve event set-up such as sign-up sheets, taking pictures at an event, working with catering, setting up powerpoint, etc. Website upkeep is also required through basic data entry and occasional filing of folders. Knowledge of mailchimp, Photoshop, social media and other technology is a major plus. Besides the simpler tasks, we are also looking for a creative thinker and go-getter who can foster connections with students and professors across campus and strategize with the manager and coordinator of the Brazil Initiative to enhance its visibility and effectiveness as a campus resource for students in particular. This kind of brainstorming means coming up with ways to involve students and professors in events or collaborations/support, connecting with Brown alums linked to Brazil, remaining aware of the projects related to Brazil going on at Brown and continuing to generate and think through resources and posts to include on the website, Facebook and Twitter. An interest and some knowledge of Brazil is a major plus as is some competence in Portuguese.

ENVS-1350 Teaching Assistant

Wed, 07/29/2015 - 11:57
Teaching Assistant for Environmental Economics and Policy. Preparation of course materials, assistance in grading, lead weekly sections and/or hold office hours.

ENVS-0490 Teaching Assistant

Wed, 07/29/2015 - 04:52
ENVS-0490 Environmental Science in a Changing World. This class will be an introduction to environmental science with a concentration on global change. The TA will be responsible for leading two to three discussion sections once a week, help grade discussion quizzes and some light grading for exams. This is a great opportunity to dive into the scientific issues associated with human alteration of the worlds ecosystems.

Engaged Scholarship Dance Assistant

Tue, 07/28/2015 - 11:26
Assist with Engaged Scholarship duties in the Dance Department.

Web Communication & Design Intern for Brown WebServices

Tue, 07/28/2015 - 05:20
If you're interested in modern communications, web design, the internet, mobile web, and using the internet in new and innovative ways, then you'll like this job. We've worked with MMC, Cog Sci, and COE/BEO concentrators in the past that have really enjoyed this experience.
If you're more interested in Programming, check out our programming position. Or, if you're more interested in writing good content, check out our web content position. Who We Are:
Brown WebServices is part of Brown University’s Computing and Information Services (CIS) Department. Brown WebServices builds the Brown web. Our goals are:
  • Manage and support Brown’s web infrastructure tools including the BrownSites (our content management system), mobile, blogs, and web publishing environments.
  • Support, collaborate with, and coordinate the efforts of web communicators, designers, programmers, and developers across campus.
  • Design and Develop highly effective, custom websites for Brown offices, groups, and projects.
What You'll Do:
There will be room to learn and teach us a few things, but specifically, we'll need you to:
  • Develop departmental sites in BrownSites (a CMS based on Drupal).
  • Perform Usability and Information Architecture Tests and report on test results. These tests determine if a website is easy to navigate/use and how to make it better.
  • Design wireframes (stick-figure drawings that demonstrate the layout of a website).
  • Draft and edit reports/presentations for departments on their website strategy. Report topics often include usability, navigation, and use of social media.
  • Participate in Web Services Team activities including design/codefests, troubleshooting, debugging, and testing.

Web Programmer Intern for Brown WebServices

Tue, 07/28/2015 - 05:18
If you're interested in the internet, mobile web, web programming, online communications, and using the internet in new and innovative ways, then you'll like this job.
If you're more interested in web design and user experience, check out our design position. Or, if you're more interested in writing good content, check out our web content position. Who We Are:
Brown WebServices is part of Brown University’s Computing and Information Services (CIS) Department. Brown WebServices builds the Brown web. Our goals are:
  • Manage and support Brown’s web infrastructure tools including the BrownSites (our content management system), mobile, blogs, and web publishing environments.
  • Support, collaborate with, and coordinate the efforts of web communicators, designers, programmers, and developers across campus.
  • Design and Develop highly effective, custom websites for Brown offices, groups, and projects.
What You'll Do:
There will be room to learn and teach us a few things, but specifically, we'll need you to:
  • Develop departmental sites in BrownSites(a CMS based on Drupal).
  • Create Modules, Features, Themes and other aspects of BrownSites.
  • Develop aspects of Brown's Mobile Website/Apps.
  • Develop themes, modules, and widgets for BrownBlogs (WordPress MulltiSite).
  • Analyze the use of these services and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Participate in Web Services Team activities including codefests, troubleshooting, debugging, and testing.

Grader needed for APMA 1170

Tue, 07/28/2015 - 05:04
The grader will be grading homework assignments. The maximum amount of hours would be 10 hours maximum.

Instructional Field Hockey Coach

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 09:03
Lincoln School is seeking a field hockey coach for girls ages 8-11. This will be an instructional non-competitive after school enrichment for students. Candidate must be able to work with a variety of skills from beginner to experienced. The ideal candidate will have field hockey playing experience.

House/Pet Sitter

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:59
Housesit, care for 2 cats and one dog, water garden. Enjoy flower garden, fresh herbs, fruit and vegetables, sun porch, comfortable home.

Math Tutor for Real Analysis

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:57
Tutor for application of differential equations wrt Hilbert, Banach, and Sobolev spaces

Paid Youth Group Advisor

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:56
YOUTH GROUP ADVISOR For Grades 9-12 September 2015-May 2016 -Paid Position- Large Conservative Synagogue on the East Side Needs Youth Group Leader. Please contact us if you are FUN, ENERGETIC, and Have Experience Working with Teens. Gain Valuable Leadership Experience and Network with some of the nicest families in Rhode Island while having fun hanging with teens in a variety of settings. We are looking for someone who can inspire our teens, working to develop them as leaders while still having fun and being relatable. Being Team oriented is a MUST, as the advisor will be working with the teen board to develop all programs. Previous work experience in Jewish settings preferred, though not required. The advisor job for our teen group is approximately 15-20 hours/month. The position is 9 months and pays approx $3, 200 with some additional money available for staffing regional events Must be available to work some on Sundays Interested? Contact Mira Biller at 401-331-1616, ext. 28 or email her at mbiller@teprov.org for more information.

Tennis Teacher or Tennis Hitting Partner

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:47
my daughter Serena is attending the college essay Writing at Brown from July 26-July 31.She has been playing number 1 on the Deerfield Varsity tennis team for the last 2 years and is looking to take a tennis lesson or Hitting partner for that week at 10:00am or late afternoon.

Videographer

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:45
We are having a party on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at the Hope Club with various musical performers and would like a student to film the event.

After School Childcare / 2-3 afternoons/wk

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 08:41
Looking for responsible sitter with clean driving record and reliable car to pick up 4th and 5th grade boys from The Wheeler School on the East Side and bring home to Barrington 2-3 afternoons per week. Usual duties include snack prep, homework assurance, and overall household upkeep. May be asked to bring kids to sports practice occasionally. Typical hours are from 2:45 to 5:30

TA for MATLAB tutorials

Mon, 07/27/2015 - 03:46
I am looking for an undergraduate TA to help develop and give a weekly MATLAB tutorial next semester in conjunction with CLPS 1520 computer vision. Knowledge of computer vision is not important (indeed this is a great opportunity to learn), however, MATLAB skills (matrix and vector manipulation – convolution/filtering would be a plus ) are crucial. For inquiries please email me at thomas_serre@brown.edu.

Wrestling Mat Cleaner

Fri, 07/24/2015 - 12:27
Clean Wrestling Mats Before and After Practice

Curriculum Cooridinator

Fri, 07/24/2015 - 10:20
Physics Graduate Student to help put together curriculum content and materials.