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Seeking a mature individual with childcare experience to hang out with my one-year-old son for 3 to 4 hours, 3 or 4 days a week. The ideal hours would be from 11 to 3 (between naps), but late afternoons might also work. I would also be willing to split the position between two individuals. I will be working from home and occasionally heading out to the library or to run errands. I just need someone to occupy him -- give him lunch, walk to the park or bookstore, etc. Occasional evening or weekend babysitting might also be available, if you're interested.
I'm a Brown grad and ex-management consultant working with DCI to streamline their business processes. I would like to have someone smart and quick on their feet to work with me.
In the Spring, the Public Health Department is offering a class called "PHP1520: Emergency Medical Systems: An Anatomy of Critical Performance." We are looking to hire Teaching Assistants who will be expected to lead one section per seek, attend weekly TA meetings, and attend the weekly class.
Search and page library material -Process material for delivery, including photocopying, scanning and uploading files -Charge and discharge library materials -Work with specialized computer systems -Communicate with patrons -Process returned items -Inventory carrels and studies -Relieve door guard as necessary -Perform basic Gateway desk services in support of or in absence if staff -Perform routine clerical support and assist staff with projects -Maintain hold shelf and course reserve collection.
The Special Collections assistant works with a range of materials in the American and British literary and popular culture collections at the John Hay Library. *Research collections and holdings using local databases, Library catalog, and World Cat. *Assist with collection maintenance tasks including shelf reading and labeling. *Scan large and complex orders for duplication of rare books and archival material, following procedures for safe handling. *Assist with special projects including exhibitions. *May rehouse and label containers for object collections. *May perform quality control for archival description and metadata using specialized software and/or web resources.
The Director of Human Resources manages the Campus Center Information Desk and Specialists and works at the Desk himself/herself to understand the nuances of the position and better understand any worker concerns. Hiring: The Director of Human Resources posts about job positions online, reads applications, administers interviews, and ultimately hires new CCIS Specialists. He/she sets up new hires on Payroll and Workday and puts the new hire on the CCIS Desk schedule. Training: The Director of Human Resources helps initiate new hires into their position as CCIS Specialists. He/she directs the new hire to the online training manual, describes BSA’s services and position on campus, and shows the new hire the CCIS desk. The Director then assigns the new hire training hours where the new employee shadows another CCIS worker for 2-4 shifts before working on the desk alone. Scheduling: The Director of Human Resources sets up a meeting with all CCIS Specialists at the beginning of each semester to find out who can work what shifts. Task Sheet: The Director of Human Resources writes and updates the task sheet for the CCIS Desk that the Specialists follow during their shifts. Each shift at the Desk has a different set of tasks, including postering/taking down old posters, cleaning the laundry room (mark down any dry cleaning left behind and email students to pick up these clothes, organize bags alphabetically), refill printer paper, closing cash box, taking out/putting away the T-shirt stand, etc.
Provide assistance with day-to-day operations in the athletic communications office and also assist with game day responsibilities. Job includes, but is not limited to making game programs, keeping stats, filing, and record keeping.
A research assistant is sought to help Professor Jin Li, Education Department, to code hand-written mother-diary data