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Watch over 14 yo girl and 8 yo boy

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 11:00
Seeking mature female student to care for girl 14 and boy 8 on the East Side of Providence. Hours are flexible at this point. Duties would include, some transportation and kids activities. Would particularly love a role model for my daughter who is starting high school at Wheeler next year. Would like to keep both of the children mentally and physically active. Preparing snacks, outings and some light housework would probably be included. Some weeks would involve the kids going to camp for some of the day. Other weeks might involve going to the beach and other outings.

Italian Tutor

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 10:53
Seeking Italian student to tutor HS junior in Italian 3 for final exam and to prepare for next year.

Library Collections Annex

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 10:50
Performs duties directly associated with the physical storage of materials in the Library Collections Annex. The candidate is responsible for the preparation and accuracy of materials processed into the inventory control system.

Student Administrative Assistant

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 07:32
Student will be sitting at the reception desk, greeting patrons and colleagues, and answering the phone. Office coverage is the most important part of the position and will require the most of the student’s time. While the student is covering the office, s/he will also be asked to work on projects that will require computer skills. Compiling data into Excel spreadsheets and manipulating the sheets—sorting, unifying, streamlining, editing—will be a common task. The student will also be occasionally asked to complete errands that will require walking around campus, including hanging up publicity posters, distributing other publicity material, picking material up or dropping it off, etc. Student may also be asked to help staff events, as schedule allows.

Dean of the College Advising Assistant

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 07:11
The Summer Advising Assistant will respond to routine email inquiries from incoming first-year students and their families. He or she will work with academic deans and program coordinators to prepare materials for Orientation and first-year advising meetings, and perform filing and other clerical duties as needed. It is important that this person be flexible with a good sense of judgement. Other duties may include working on special projects over the summer, including planning for fall events, creating new materials for new programs and updating materials for established programs. This is a part-time position, with standard hours to be determined based on the needs of the office. The Summer Advising Assistant will begin in asap, and continue through the first week or two of the term. It is essential that the person in this position be available for all of August, and longer hours may be required during that month. Please note that this position is not the same as a general summer office worker position in the Dean of the College Office.

Mover/packer

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 05:46
Pack up entire contents of office into boxes. Office needs to be prepped for painting and refinishing of floors. This is a one day job and should only take between 2-4 hours.

Student Research Assistant

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 05:46
scan and verify parent surveys, input contact information into database, build and modify EndNote library

Instructional Technology Assistant

Wed, 05/27/2015 - 04:57
The CIS Instructional Technology Group is now hiring Brown University undergraduate students as Instructional Technology Assistants. Students in this position will team up with the Instructional Technologists/Designer to support faculty using technology in the classroom. Projects will include assisting faculty and/or staff with Canvas (or any of the supported services we offer), creating documentation and material for distribution, and supporting faculty with course projects. Part of this position entails answering the office phone to provide solutions, with excellent customer service, for faculty and staff. This position is open for weekday shifts, between 9.00 AM and 4.00 PM. Students with programming and design skills (web and print) are highly encouraged to apply. Applications from international students are encouraged. We have two (2) positions available for Summer 2015 which may be extended through the academic year.

Garden Maintenance Assistant, Barrington Home

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 10:44
Brown employee seeking an enthusiastic garden lover to help maintain garden landscape. Applicant would be working with a Brown staffer. Duties include a mix of tasks based on the season: mulching, weeding, digging, pruning, raking. 3-4 hours per morning session 3-5 times per month. Flexibility on which day of the week the work, although the work is weather dependent (i.e. if it's raining we can't work.) **Prefer candidates who have landscaping experience; must be detail-oriented and have some ability to distinguish weeds from perennials. Must have own transportation; home is on #60 bus line, a 15- to 20-minute ride from Kennedy Plaza.

Dog Walker

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 10:37
Hi, I work full-time and my husband recently had surgery on his foot. We need a trustworthy person temporarily to help us take our dog out for a brief walk (about 10-15min) once a day around 12p/1p, 2-5 days per week. The dog is a happy, cute french/english bulldog who loves people. It's a pretty easy gig! If it all works out this may lead to occasional dog sitting when we are away.

Technical/Development Summer Job at Public-Benefit Boston Startup

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 10:26
Help change the world of corrections through technology as summer developer at APDS! About us: We’re a Boston and NYC-based public benefit corporation that has built the first scalable education, communication, and career development platform for the corrections environment. We’re working hard to make it even better, and we need your help! Remember: -1% of the U.S. population (equivalent to the population of Greater Boston!) is currently behind bars -The economic impact is staggering: $30,000/inmate/year, plus ongoing societal impact -For every 100 inmates released, 50 of them will return to prison within 3 years Our solution saves money, helps make prisons safer, and reduces the rate of return to prison through innovative tech solutions.

Summer Lifeguard

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 09:05
This position is responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center pool patrons (Brown students, faculty, staff, alumni, coaches, administrators, RISD students & faculty and general community members) by preventing and responding to emergencies. Major Responsibility: Ensure the safety and well-being of individuals using the pool and aquatic facility. Prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic/first aid emergencies if required. Enforce all aquatic facility safety policies, rules, and regulations in a professional manner. Interact with patrons in a positive, cooperative, professional and customer service oriented manner. Assist with maintaining the neatness and cleanliness of the pool area where needed. Assist with facility needs as assigned by supervisor. Responsible for knowing team practice, events and activities held in pool facility during scheduled work time. Supporting Actions: Recognize and respond effectively to aquatic emergencies by administering first aid and/or CPR until emergency medical services personnel respond. Understanding of facility characteristics, rules, policies and procedures.

Wind Symphony and Jazz Band Library Assistant

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 07:53
Sort, file, and catalogue music.

ENVS-0510 Teaching Assistant

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 04:02
Need 1 to 2 teaching assistants for the course ENVS-0510, Problems in International Environmental Policy. The Teaching Assistant's (T.A.'s) primary responsibilities include: 1. Help to update and maintain the Canvas website; 2. Assist in advising students on assigned works; 3. Assist in evaluation of student performance on assignments; 4. Conduct library and/or web-based research, as necessary, to support Canvas discussion list; 5. Hold office hours for one (1) hour per week or every other week; 6. Help to coordinate class activities such as mediating the mock treaty negotiation and holding exam reviews.