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The Library seeks two students to assist with VIVO, a new online research discovery tool currently being implemented at Brown. •Proofread and edit faculty profiles •Help generate training materials for faculty editors •May work one-on-one with faculty to resolve profile problems
Facilitate weekly 1 hour long section discussions, attend pre-class meetings with course instructors, act as student-instructor liaisons, and attend 1 hour of class per week. TAs will also be responsible for helping to organize the Disability Symposium at the end of the semester and assist section students with midterm and final project questions and advice.
Looking for a biology and geometry tutor for my 15 year old son. He also could use some help with study skills.
We are seeking a summer nanny to assist in caring for our twin 16 month olds and 3.5 year old (starting July 8). They are bright, energetic, healthy kids who need someone to play with them and give them guidance on how to be little people. You would work in our home, and assist in taking them on outings in the mornings, such as to the playground, children’s museum, the zoo, parks, and walks. Some of these activities you would do alone with either the twins or the preschooler. (We do have two cats also.) We’re looking for someone who is out-doorsy, creative, energetic, up-beat and positive. We try to avoid the use of electronics (phones, computers…) with the kids. They love being outside, reading, building, tussling over shared toys, listening to music, swinging and climbing at the park, exploring and eating.
Monitor gallery and greet visitors during exhibition on weekdays from June 10 through July 19, 11-4 pm in the Cohen Gallery, Granoff Center (the Bell Gallery exhibition space will be closed this summer for renovations).
Monitor gallery, sell catalogues, and greet visitors in the Bell Gallery May 18 through May 24, 1-4 pm, and over Commencement weekend, Sat, May 25, 9am-4pm, and Sun, May 26, 11am-4pm.
The Chaplains' Office Assistant will be responsible for answering the phone, greeting visitors, calendaring, submitting catering and facilities orders, sorting mail, and other office duties, as necessary.
The Office of Student Life provides a variety of services, support and outreach to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students designed to promote academic achievement and personal development. Programs in Student Life include the Office of Student and Employee Accessibility Services, administration of the Brown University Code of Student Conduct, Student Support Services, and advisement for students throughout the medical leave and re-admission process. Residential Life is responsible for maintaining student residences which support the educational mission of Brown University and are designed to provide a variety of learning opportunities that promote students' academic endeavors, and which encourage their growth and development. The role of the student assistant includes errand running if needed, working closely with Student Life and Residential Life coordinators to answer incoming telephone calls to the main reception desk, administrative projects and general office support.
The Center for Environmental Health and Technology in the School of Public Health is looking to hire a medical student to abstract key data from patient medical records for a research study on the links between air pollution and stroke risk. Approximately 550 patient records from medical practices across the country are to be abstracted.
Academic Coaches are graduate students or undergrad seniors who help undergraduate students discover and hone the study skills that best fit their personal learning styles. They are responsible for conducting individual appointments with students to assess their personal study habits and to strengthen their learning strategies. Academic Coaches are also responsible for conducting small workshop sessions for undergraduate students throughout the semester on topics such as reading strategies, taking notes, test preparation and time management. Academic coaches are expected to hold regular evening hours in the Academic Support Office for workshops or consultations. Coaches are expected to participate in both training and evaluation. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. All information is kept on file, and applicants will only be contacted if granted an interview. Interviews are 20 minutes long and include a role play exercise. Academic Coaches are expected to hold evening and weekend hours in the Academic Support Office, either conducting workshops or consultations. Academic Coaches will also be responsible for the ongoing assignments of tutors and assigning students to study groups. Coaches are also expected to participate in both training and evaluation. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. All information is kept on file, and you will only be contacted if you are granted an interview. Interviews are 20 minutes long, and include a role play exercise.
Looking for a qualified person to take care of our toddler during summer of 2013 starting in mid-June with potential hours extending into the 2013-2014 academic calendar
I'm looking for a great nanny for a baby 7 months old. We need a nanny to help us with Matilde in order to be able to be hands free and work in our dissertations. We are looking for someone with experience with babies this age, someone mature and responsible. Please let us know if you know about someone that could be interested. From August 2013 to June 2014. Monday thru Friday 9:00am-6:00pm.
Primary duty will be providing assistance to students and parents at the reception desk for Summer@Brown (located in Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center). Other duties include answering phones, assisting the program directors, errands around campus and other basic office functions.
Science tour guides are responsible for giving visiting families a broad overview of studying physical sciences at Brown. Tours focus on facilities, classrooms, student/faculty interaction and research opportunities. Tour guides must memorize a script, but are encouraged to “make the script their own” by adding in stories and vignettes from their own experiences at Brown. Tours typically last 1.5 hours and take families through a range of laboratory and classroom spaces on campus. Tours begin in the Sciences Library and end in Barus and Holley. Guides are expected to be available for 10-15 minutes immediately following the tour to answer questions and give visitors directions. If you have not previously had a job at Brown you will need to complete an I-9 form before you can begin work. For the I-9 you will need your Brown ID and either your original passport, your original social security card, or your original birth certificate or certified copy. Candidates must be currently-enrolled undergraduate students at Brown. Candidates may also be just-graduated seniors.
Serve as a non-union actor for Brown/Trinity Playwrights Rep Summer Theatre. Rehearsals begin at the end of July and performances end in early August. Must be available for all rehearsals and performances. Auditions by arrangement only. See http://brown.edu/Facilities/Theatre/btprep/ for more details about the schedule and play selection. Do not email resumes or audition requests to the department.
The Theatre House Manager/Publicity Assistant position is 6-7 weeks long between June and August. She/he will work from 12-31 hours per week. Applicant is responsible for overseeing all front of house (FOH) operations for the BTPRep Summer Theatre performances. She/he will be provide excellent customer service while also monitoring occupancy, maintaining the safety, training FOH volunteers and working with the stage manager to coordinate FOH and back of house concerns. Position also includes publicity support tasks under the supervision and direction of the Publicity Manager.
Provides administrative support to Box Office Manager during Commencement Weekend.
Brown alum and employee seeking full-time summer help for 3 children ages 5, 7, and 10. This position is in Little Compton - a picturesque peninsula on RI's southcoast (approximately 45 min from Providence). Typical schedule will be 4 days a week, 7am-5pm, some flexibility to work out other options. Must be self-motivated and able to orchestrate a full calendar of good old-fashioned summer activities, including daily beach trips (multiple gorgeous private beaches to choose from!), jumping off the yacht club docks, netting crabs, catching fish, journal writing, arts & crafts, trips to library to replenish piles of books, and keeping an eye out for cool local events and programs. Preparing breakfast/lunch/snacks, and daily light housecleaning (dishes, vacuuming) is also expected.
Seeking mature individual who loves animals to walk our 6 year old dog, Abbey. She is a 25lb mix breed, very calm and sweet. We are looking for someone who can come Monday - Friday from 12p-1p.
The Modernist Journals Project is looking for a Brown undergraduate with good computer skills and an eye for detail who can help us digitize early 20th-century American magazines.