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Undergraduate Teaching Assistant: BIOL 0200

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 10:54
Undergraduate teaching assistants play a critically important role in Bio 0200. Being a TA for this class is a lot of work, but it is also rewarding. Most of our TAs elect to return to serve second terms. Each undergraduate TA is assigned to lead a group of 12-14 students in weekly laboratory or discussion sessions. The following list is a summary of additional Undergraduate TA responsibilities: • Attending lecture: MWF 11:00 – 11:50 • Attending weekly organizational meetings on Monday afternoons • Grading approximately 10 homework assignments over the course of the semester • Participation in the grading of 3 hourly and 1 final exam

Admin Coordinator Assistant

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 07:48
Primary duties will include providing support at the main reception desk, supply/storage areas (organizing materials from those areas), assisting in classroom set up and breakdown and other duties as assigned. Student(s) is(are) expected to have professional demeanor and pleasant attitude.

Office Assistant

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 07:45
The Choices Program (www.choices.edu) is looking for a student assistant to work 4-5 days per week,4 hours per day minimum )in a busy office over the summer, beginning in May to end of August. Specific tasks include but are not limited to database data entry and other computer work, telephone customer service, filling textbook orders, restocking book shelves, moving boxes, helping with conferences and other miscellaneous tasks. Basic customer service and computer skills desired. Must be able to lift 30 lbs.

Summer Nanny

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 06:59
We are looking for a responsible, mature, and caring summer nanny for 2 children ages 11 (girl) and 7 (boy). Duties include preparing snacks/lunch, daily swimming (at our pool club), organizing activities such as library trips and play dates, preparing art/craft projects, and assisting with ongoing summer educational work. Both children are on the swim team and will need to attend swim practice every morning and swim meets twice per week. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Dog Walker/Sitter

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 06:56
My current dog walker/sitter is a sophomore at Brown and is going home for the summer. I need someone to walk my maltese, Sophie, daily Monday through Friday anywhere between 11 am and 2 pm. Also need someone to sleep over my house when I travel.

Babysitting

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 06:53
I have four boys 9, 6, and 4 year old twins. Just looking for someone to work some Friday and Sat nights. Could lead to some winter work during the week

Enrollment Services Advisor

Thu, 04/30/2015 - 05:43
Primary duties will be : *staffing the Summer@Brown reception desk, located at the Stephen Roberts Campus Center. *Provide guidance for Summer@Brown students, collect forms *Make outbound phone calls to Summer@Brown students looking for more information *Additional duties include assisting other areas in the department as needed.

Alumni Social Media Intern - Summer 2015

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 12:48
Enhance and evaluate the Brown Alumni Association’s (BAA’s) online interactions with alumni by working on a variety of social media/e-communications projects. Sample assignments include • Identify interesting content that can be shared across social networking groups/sites affiliated with the BAA. • Prepare posts for BAA's social channels: o research story links and draft post text o research and prep photos for use with final stories o search existing video footage for usable content; possibly create video content • Review, track, and evaluate impact of social media on specific department goals Benefits: an advance look at the world of alumni; exposure to one type of “newsroom” environment.

Alumni Communications Intern

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 12:40
Assist with regular and special communications between the Brown Alumni Association (BAA) and Brown alumni. Communications include web site, emails, and social networks. Tasks may include: 1. Update text and images on frequently-changing pages on the BAA website (alumni.brown.edu), including the alumni event calendar 2. Monitor general incoming email box and respond or route requests as needed 3. Track email open and click-through rates 4. Verify requests to join BAA LinkedIn group and Brown Alumni Connect mobile app.

Summer Student Assistant

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 12:21
CareerLAB Student Assistant OPEN TO CURRENT STUDENTS WHO WILL CONTINUE THEIR CLASSES THIS FALL. A student assistant is needed at Brown University CareerLAB during the summer months. Duties will include: Greeting visitors, answering the phone, and scheduling career advisor appointments Reviewing, researching, and updating CareerLAB website resources Data entry Other miscellaneous projects The ideal candidate will be available to work Monday-Friday, four (4) hours each day, 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. Start date: Monday, June 15, 2015 (earlier possible) End Date: Through the end of August

Summer- Welcome Center Specialist (Nelson & OMAC Welcome Desk)

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 10:22
Now accepting applications for summer positions!

This position acts as an ambassador of the Department of Athletics & Recreation to the Brown community which consists of Brown students, faculty, staff, alumni, emeritus, athletic coaches, administrators, RISD students & faculty, and the general community population of Rhode Island.

Responsible for checking Brown ID Holders & Recreational Pass Holders for membership validity. Opening and/or closing the facilities (OMAC & NFC). Assist with the communication and verification of Physical Education Group Fitness passes. Meet and greet all members and visitors. Will require computer skills for communication and software usage.

Answer welcome desk telephone, greet campus visitors, and contact emergency personnel when necessary due to injuries that may occur. Distribute recreational equipment to recreation members. Assist customers with online membership registration. Distribute keys to facilities in coordination with respective coaches’ and student groups’ facility reservations.

Enrollment Office Assistant

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 07:51
Duties/Responsibilities: The primary duties of this position is proofing student documents and correspondence via email on incomplete documents for our Pre-College Programs. Other responsibilities include copying forms, running errands, mailings, and various ongoing office projects

SAT Tutor (Providence)

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 07:11
Looking for tutors for high school students preparing for the SAT. Tutors will follow an outlined formula based on test preparation books and practice tests to target weak subject areas for students. Students and tutors will meet by appointment at times that work for both.

Stand-in For Mom & Dog Walker

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 07:09
seeking mature individual to take back-up responsibility for 16 year old twins in case of emergency in Mom's absence Tuesdays-Thursdays, and walk dogs mid day. Also shopping and running errands on a schedule that can be negotiated.

Babysitter For Two Kids

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 07:05
We are looking for a responsible, energetic, and nurturing individual to provide child care for our two children (2 and 5 y/o). Mostly weekend evenings (6-10 pm most likely approx hours), but some day time hours possible for next academic year if you click with our kids. Duties include playing, reading, preparing snacks, helping kids through bedtime routine.

Haffenreffer Museum Student Guard/Greeter

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 06:35
This position is for a student guard/greeter at the Museum's public space in Manning Hall. In this position, you will be the liaison with the Museum’s public audiences and the campus community. You will maintain a physical presence in the gallery to ensure the security and protection of the collection on exhibit. We are looking for student guards to relieve the permanent guard Tuesdays through Sundays for a half-hour mid-day during his lunch break. Depending on the availability of applicants, this aspect of the job can be filled by one student for all six days, or two to three students alternating shifts. In addition, student guards will be put on a list of substitutes from which our permanent guard can call on an as-needed basis (due to illness or vacation). If you are not available for the time needed, then he will call someone else on the list. In that way, the position is pretty flexible. Please note that this aspect of the position is on an as-needed basis and a way to make extra money and get involved with the Museum. There is no guarantee of the number of hours you will work. The permanent guard is looking to take many vacation days this summer. There will also be opportunity to work events. This is also on an as-needed basis. On slow days, there will be opportunities for personal or academic study. We are looking for students to start ASAP and throughout the summer. Students may continue the position into the academic year. **Please list your availability and why you are interested in the position in the comments section of the application.

Web designer

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 04:21
The Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences Department is in the process of redesigning its website. We seek a motivated summer intern to assist our team in the design process. The student will be in charge of helping us assess the Department’s need, pull out a variety of information and coordinate with a team of web developers. Work hours are expected to be flexible, but will on average be about 20 hours per week. How to apply: Send application to serre-admin@brown.edu with the subject line ‘CLPS web design job'. Your application should contain an updated CV and a brief description of your interests, skills, and any related prior work experience. The Department of Cognitive Science, Linguistics and Psychological Sciences is working with RISD’s Graphic Design to develop web projects for two of Brown’s research groups. We are looking for people with experience in programming for the web to collaborate throughout the semester. Knowledge in HTML & CSS is expected, though experience in content management systems such as Drupal is desirable. The two web projects will create web presences for Brown’s Neurodevelopment Behavior Testing Facility and its collaborator, Serre Lab. These two groups have been working together to create a state-of-the-art computer based video analysis model to assist scientists in neuroscience research. The websites to be created will not only highlight this joint endeavor but also feature on the research that each of the laboratories are pursuing independently.

Breakthrough Lab Intern - Bill Foulkes

Wed, 04/29/2015 - 04:20
"Brown's summer B-Lab seeks 2 interns to support the development of this new and innovative eight-week experiential, immersive program in entrepreneurial leadership during the summer of 2015. Interns will work with the Director of the B-Lab. These are full-time paid positions based in Providence this summer; approximately 40 hours per week; some nights and weekends required so flexibility is important. The program begins on June 8 and ends July 31 but interns will begin on June 1, with some part-time hours in early May. "