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Work 8-10 hours a week, preferably a few times a week for two-three hours. Job duties include washing dishes, preparing basic solutions, help with genotyping and mouse colony maintenance and other general laboratory housekeeping and organizational tasks.
General Summary of Duties: Compile process and scan medical records in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal and regulatory requirements of University Orthopedics, HIPPA and national governing agencies. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: 1. Adheres to UOI policies and procedures in a consistent and timely manner 2. Protects the security of medical records to ensure that confidentiality is maintained. 3. Scans paper medical records into digital format. 4. Enters data, including demographic characteristics, diagnostic codes, diagnostic procedures, or treatment data. 5. Identify, compile, abstract, and code patient data, using standard classification systems. 6. Sends documents to billing, secretaries, administration or legal services via electronic files.
Mature, dependable, senior or graduate student who can moderate a class and engage discussion in short stories or one particular author to a active, educated 60+ persons at an educational program center
I need someone to come and mow a small lawn now and every 2 weeks or so during the summer. But - need to have that person bring his/her own lawn mower.
Need immediate help with bibliography and footnotes for bio of Robert Kennedy I am writing for Random House.
In search of individuals capable of overseing and participating tn the operation of parking garages. Jobs entail helping customers enter and exit parking garages and lots, collecting money, entering data on a computer system, and parking cars.
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.
Search for and retrieve paged library materials Process material for delivery, including photocopying, scanning, and uploading files Charge and discharge library materials Work with specialized computer system Communicate with patrons, including answering basic directional and circulation questions Process returned items Inventory carrels and studies Act as door guard as necessary Perform basic Gateway desk services in support of and in absence of staff Perform routine clerical support Assist staff with projects Maintain hold shelf and course reserve collection Sort, load book trucks, and shelve all types of library materials Maintain book stacks in good order through shelf reading and shifting as needed. Search for missing books Under staff direction, pull materials for transfer to Library Annex Related duties as assigned
Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator of the Global Health Initiative (GHI) and the Program Administrator of the Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program (AITRP), the Office Assistant will help with all administrative and programmatic issues related to the GHI, the AITRP, and other grants/projects. Responsibilities include: assisting with coordination of investigators, executive committee members, faculty, and students; communications management, scheduling lectures and seminars, teleconferences, and project meetings; synthesizing literature and writing reports; helping to update and maintain GHI website.
Professor Catherine Kerr is looking for student photographer to take photos of her lab, students, and their lab activities, and editing and posting them in various social media spots.
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.