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Office Assistant

Fri, 04/24/2015 - 10:48
Student will serve in administration support for the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies. Our office works with offices throughout the Division and University. Duties to include: Enter Graduate Student and Postdoc Fellow Data into Database Enter, edit, and format data for outgoing reports Conduct web searches for information as needed (Ex: graduate information, funding availability) Scan files for electronic storage Update and proofread office website General office duties as needed (create name tags, file folder labels, copying, collating, etc) Occasionally help with and support office events Greet office visitors

BSA Campus Services Director

Fri, 04/24/2015 - 08:35
Brown Student Agencies (BSA) is looking for an organized and responsible student to join our management team as Campus Services Director. BSA is Brown's largest student run business. We provide a variety of services to the Brown community including E-Commerce, laundry service, bartending courses, Microfridges, and more. Please review our website at for details on all our services. All of BSA's business decisions are made by the Management Team. The responsibility given to the Management team is significantly more than any other job that students have access to. It is an excellent way to gain real-world experience in learning how to manage a business. The Director of Campus Services is responsible for: • creating service schedules with BSA’s vendors • handling logistics and day-to-day operations of assigned programs • responding to customer service inquiries • evaluating existing programs and implementing ideas for improvement • collaborating openly with other BSA staff members

Classics Student Office Assistant

Fri, 04/24/2015 - 07:37
The Classics Department is looking for an enthusiastic and conscientious undergraduate Student Office Assistant. This position will require about 5 hours per week within a set schedule. As a student administrative worker, you will be integrated into many facets of department life. The main responsibilities include, but are not limited to: completing projects as assigned by administrative staff and faculty; assisting with front office operations (answering phones, greeting visitors, photocopying, filing, doing data entry, and preparing mailings, etc.); working in the department library (moving, sorting, and shelving library materials as needed, helping to maintain book stacks, and helping to maintain the library database); and performing related duties as assigned. There is also a possibility that the Student Office Assistant will assist with the staffing of department lectures and events.

Research Assistant

Fri, 04/24/2015 - 06:38
The person is anticipated to work with the investigators on several projects including A prenatal and Birth Cohort Study of Maternal Exposures and Fetal Development and Adverse Birth Outcomes in China; A Retrospective Cohort Study of Prenatal Exposure to Air Pollution and Congenital Malformation in China; A Population-based Case-Control Study of Risk Factors for Macrosomia in Wuhan, China; and A Case-Control Study of Testis Cancer in Connecticut and Massachusetts. The works include: review the computerized data from these studies including questionnaire-based interviews, maternal medical history records, hospital laboratory reports for specific biochemical and biophysical measures, ultrasound measures of fetal development and birth outcomes; compare the computerized data with the original data if necessary; participate in data coding, clean and management; participate in manuscript preparation for publication including searching for references, evaluating the quality of the publications, writing and editing manuscripts.


Fri, 04/24/2015 - 05:14
Looking for a friendly student to babysit two children at the home of a Brown faculty family, Friday, April 24, from about 6:30 pm to midnight. The children are 8 and 11. Well behaved kids. There's a home theater in the basement for movie watching after the kids go to bed. Possibility of more babysitting in the future.

Summer Teaching Assistant/Intern

Fri, 04/24/2015 - 05:07
Gain real life experience working with Rhode Island Tutorial & Educational Services (RITES) and the Hamilton School at Wheeler in our prestigious summer program for elementary age students with learning disabilities. July 13 -- August 14, 2015 Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Assist lead teacher and work with small groups of children. Great opportunity for college students majoring or interested in education to work with a master teacher and build your resume. To apply please send letter of intent and current resume.

Office Assistant

Thu, 04/23/2015 - 12:43
The Choices Program ( 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.

Research Assistant to Edward Steinfeld and Jonas Nahm

Thu, 04/23/2015 - 08:45
We are seeking several research assistants to work on projects related to economic development and technology innovation in China. Some of this work will focus on renewable energy sectors. The work will entail reviewing recent social science literature on industrial policy, innovation, and the drivers of competitiveness in global industries; participation in data collection on the development of the wind power, solar power, and civilian nuclear power industries in China; and research on industrial clusters/development zones in China, Germany, and the United States. Research assistants are expected to independently work on data collection, analyze current debates in the literature, and summarize recent research on these topics.


Thu, 04/23/2015 - 07:50
ABOUT US: The Office is Residential Life is seeking to hire Office Assistants to work this summer. This position would support both academic year operations and the Pre-College Summer Programs. Email for more information. GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION: The Office Assistant position offers an opportunity for undergraduate students to gain practical experience in supporting day to day operations and providing customer service. This position demands excellent organization and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team. A successful Office Assistant will also exhibit a positive attitude with energy and enthusiasm, a sense of humor, flexibility, professionalism, and the interest to work with students and parents from different backgrounds. PRIMARLY JOB FUNCTIONS: • Work hours are Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm. Each Office Assistant may be scheduled between 15-30 hours per week on a regular schedule. Additional hours are optional if others are unable to work. • Attend and participate in Office Assistant Training. • Answer parent and student inquiries in person and on the phone in a professional and calm manner. • Organize and file paperwork daily. • Scan and archive confidential documents. • Input information into spreadsheets. • Refer parents and students to appropriate resources as needed. • Promote a welcoming and inclusive environment. • Keep work area clean and presentable. • Be professional and approachable. • Complete other duties as assigned.

House and Cat Sitting

Thu, 04/23/2015 - 05:03
We seek someone to sit our home and look after two cats from Thursday, May 28 to Sunday, June 21.

Web Programmer Intern for Brown WebServices

Wed, 04/22/2015 - 09:37
If you're interested in the internet, mobile web, web programming, online communications, and using the internet in new and innovative ways, then you'll like this job.
If you're more interested in web design and user experience, check out our design position. Or, if you're more interested in writing good content, check out our web content position. Who We Are:
Brown WebServices is part of Brown University’s Computing and Information Services (CIS) Department. Brown WebServices builds the Brown web. Our goals are:
  • Manage and support Brown’s web infrastructure tools including the BrownSites (our content management system), mobile, blogs, and web publishing environments.
  • Support, collaborate with, and coordinate the efforts of web communicators, designers, programmers, and developers across campus.
  • Design and Develop highly effective, custom websites for Brown offices, groups, and projects.
What You'll Do:
There will be room to learn and teach us a few things, but specifically, we'll need you to:
  • Develop departmental sites in BrownSites(a CMS based on Drupal).
  • Create Modules, Features, Themes and other aspects of BrownSites.
  • Develop aspects of Brown's Mobile Website/Apps.
  • Develop themes, modules, and widgets for BrownBlogs (WordPress MulltiSite).
  • Analyze the use of these services and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Participate in Web Services Team activities including codefests, troubleshooting, debugging, and testing.

Tennis Tutor for 14-Year-old

Wed, 04/22/2015 - 05:14
My 14-year-old son, Izzy, wants to learn to play tennis. He's a sweet, good-natured, enthusiastic kid who inherited his athletic skills from me, his father--in other words, they are a bit lacking. I am looking for someone who can work with him once a week during the rest of the spring and through the summer. We can find a place where it will be easy for everyone to come to, likely Hope High, but other options will be entertained.

Java Computer Programming for 15 year old boy

Wed, 04/22/2015 - 05:07
Take 15 year old to next level of understanding programming beyond his self-taught foundation from Code Academy. Expand his knowledge and understanding of computers and AI. Flexible schedule weekday afternoons July 13-30

SAT Tutor

Wed, 04/22/2015 - 04:56
Looking for SAT tutors for a tutoring business based in Providence. Tutors will follow a formula based on SAT practice books to identify weak areas for students taking the SAT. Tutoring sessions will be practice-based and will focus on identifying question types and step-by-step problem solving.

2015 Advancement Student Caller - SUMMER

Tue, 04/21/2015 - 07:43
Do you love Brown and your experiences here? Would you like to make a difference? Join our Student Caller Team! As a Brown Student Caller you will be responsible for the following; • Call parents, alumni, and friends of Brown to educate them about Brown's current needs and solicit their financial support of the University • Act as a representative of the University, strengthening relationships between Brown and its constituents • Help the University meet its financial goals and increase the number of people participating as donors • Work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment. SUMMER Calling Shifts (THROUGH JUNE 30TH): Sunday: 2-5:30pm Sunday: 6-9:30pm Monday 6-9:30pm Tuesday 7-10:30pm Wednesday 6-9:30pm Thursday: 7-10:30pm Student Callers must commit to working 2 shifts per week (7 hrs). What's in it for you? • Gain career skills in a fun, lively, friendly, team atmosphere • Talk with interesting Brown alumni • Leadership growth opportunities • Develop your communication and negotiating skills • Build your resume with customer service skills • Meet more Brown students • Competitive hourly wage • Paid training sessions • Earn recognition for success and hard work.

Full and Part Time Summer Key Assistant

Tue, 04/21/2015 - 05:25
Spring, Summer and Fall Key Assistants work in the Office of Residential Life during Commencement season and throughout summer up until Fall Opening to facilitate key distribution and office function for Commencement, Summer@Brown programs, summer conferences and Fall Opening. Free housing is provided from Spring Closing to Fall Opening.

Reunion Office Assistant/Temporary

Mon, 04/20/2015 - 08:44
Assist the Alumni Relations Events Team with task associated with Reunion Weekend. Duties include answering Reunion Headquarters phone, running errands, copying etc.. This position is temporary, April 20th thru the end of the first week in May.

Student Ambassador (Evening Position)

Mon, 04/20/2015 - 07:08
The Student Ambassador position supports the staff and activities of CareerLAB serving as liaison between the employers holding CareerLAB and students attending. Responsibilities are completed after regular Brown daytime working hours, typically between 4:30 and 9:30 pm. Each shift is usually 3-5 hours. Hours will vary depending on evening events activity. Must be personable, self-directed, good at problem solving, comfortable working on your own and love helping people. Preference given to sophomores and juniors. Please include your class year when applying.

Student Ambassador (Day Position)

Mon, 04/20/2015 - 07:08
The Student Ambassador position supports the staff and activities of CareerLAB. Responsibilities are completed during regular Brown daytime working hours. Preference will be given to sophomores and juniors. Please include your class year when applying. PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH SHIFT(S) WORKS BEST. 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. - 4:30/5:00 p.m.