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Are you looking for an exciting job for next academic year? Please apply! For this Summer please check out the Summer STA 2013 app. The Media Production Assistant is a responsible and reliable Brown student who works with a team of professionals and students in the Brown Media Production Group and with the Student Technology Assistants (STAs).
She/he has experience in videography and post-production and is available to work a minimum of 8 weekly hours. Hours range from office work hours (9.00 AM-5.00 PM) to nights and week-ends, according to student's availability.
Brown Media Production Group is hiring undergraduate Student Technology Assistants! STAs help faculty in the creation of digital course materials. We're now hiring 3 undergraduate students to work as STAs during the summer of 2013 (from the beginning of June to mid/end August). The job will consist of developing digital projects (media production, multimedia, web publishing, image and video digitization and delivery) for faculty who receive grants from CIS Academic Technology. Students interested in continuing to work for the program during the following academic year will have an opportunity to do so. For more information about the STA program, please visit www.brown.edu/sta.
The STA Program welcomes applications from international students!
The STA Program welcomes applications from international students!
This position is responsible for instructing participants in the Brown University Learn to Swim program. Participants in this program vary in age from toddler beginner to adult experienced where classes are structured in group, semi-private and/or private lessons. The Water Safety Instructor is responsible for the following duties: • Instruct learn to swim participants while following American red Cross Learn to Swim Guidelines. • Evaluate all students in their assigned class (ie. Report cards, mid-session reports, Addendums). • Attend beginning and end of session meetings and in services as scheduled. • Maintain professional, mature, and positive teaching style while instructing. • Answer any questions related to the progress of individual students. • Instruct private lessons as assigned by the Aquatics Coordinator. • Be ready on deck with necessary equipment at least 10 minutes before class begins.
Saturday 4:45-9:15pm & Summer Positions Open! Available immediately, there is a Saturday 4:45-9:15pm. Please specify you interest in this specific shift in your application. Summer shifts: Two to six hour shifts available during the following times: Monday-Friday 12pm-8:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 7:30am-6:30pm 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 All Access members. Meet and greet all members and visitors. Will require computer skills for communication and software usage. Answer front 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. PLUS opportunities to work during the academic year.
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. Shifts at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatic Center are subject to change. Tentative shifts available are between 6:00am-9:00pm on weekdays and 7:00am-6:00pm on weekends.
Answer and routing incoming calls for the DOC main phone line. Assistant with inquiries from students and visitors. Perform clerical tasks such as mailings, collecting data, copying, stuffing mailings in the mailroom boxes and other tasks.
Summer 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.
The Princeton Review is looking for enthusiastic, motivated and well-connected college students to promote our brand on your campus. As a Campus Representative with The Princeton Review, you will work a flexible, part-time schedule to increase our brand recognition through fun campus events and promotions. Job Duties: - Be a brand ambassador throughout your campus community for The Princeton Review. - Generate new leads among fellow students by: o Identifying and actively introducing The Princeton Review to campus groups and leaders. o Increase brand recognition on campus by tabling, hosting events and using social media. o Promote and register students for free events and campaigns. o Advise fellow students about graduate school admission tests and our prep programs. **Note: This position targets Brown students who are considering graduate school.
Exterior painting at one story level; interior in a cottage. Also landscape chores if that's appealing.
The Energy & Environment (E&E) Office within Facilities Management is hiring a sustainable projects web intern in order to identify and plan sustainable minimization opportunities. This role is well suited for “self-starters” who would like a broad range of meaningful, challenging experiences. The person entering this role needs to be goal-oriented and comfortable working with a wide range of people on various types of ventures. The Intern will be exposed to a variety of sustainability activities/areas, which may include literature research, data collection, and web development. This unique position requires a tremendous ability to be innovative, creative, and proactive. Interns will work on a daily basis with the Director of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Initiatives and his designees to create web pages and other forms of media with which to inform our community of the work that’s being done to green Brown’s campus, including a campus bike rack map, LEED project pages and a self-guided campus sustainability tour.
The Student Sustainability Analyst (Analyst) supports the Facilities Management Energy and Environmental Office (E&E) and runs the affiliated Brown Climate Action Fund (BCAF) program. BCAF is a student group and member of emPower. The Coordinator works with the E&E staff, other E&E interns, and volunteer BCAF members to identify and implement resources saving projects on campus and to promote innovation around sustainability in the Brown community. The Analyst is in charge of running BCAF meetings which are the starting point in gaining the advice and funding associated with the MEEIO fund (allocated for small to medium projects that will help Brown decrease its carbon footprint) and Supply Chain Sustainability Funding (targeted at increasing the efficiency of the University’s supply chain to accrue environmental, social and financial benefits). The Analyst will help students and student groups through the funding process which involves going through development stages with a the Analyst and the E&E staff and review by the Energy and Environmental Advisory Committee (EEAC) in order to achieve a sophisticated project that will achieve a meaningful impact. The new Analyst will be trained by the existing Analyst and E&E staff on project evaluation tools such as BEE and the various funding applications. In addition to working with BCAF the Analyst will assist with E&E projects that require research, quantitative and qualitative analysis. The job entails a 1 hour weekly meeting with other Facilities Interns (EcoReps Coordinator and the Sustainability Publicity Specialist) and the Energy & Environmental Outreach and Programs Coordinators, a 1 hour weekly BECAF meetings, as well as 4-6 hours per week towards the duties described above. The work load may vary dramatically from week to week.
The EcoReps Coordinator (Coordinator) supports the Facilities Management Energy and Environmental Office (E&E) and runs its affiliated EcoReps program. The Coordinator works with the E&E staff, other E&E interns, and volunteer EcoReps to promote sustainability within the Brown community and raise awareness about recycling, energy conservation, and environmentally responsible behaviors. . The Coordinator is in charge of running the Brown EcoReps program which trains 20-30 student volunteers on environmental behavior change and works with these students to develop and enact high-impact campus initiatives that teach and encourage green living habits and promote sustainability at Brown. EcoReps is funded by the Facilities Management Energy and Environmental Office. The Coordinator serves at the liaison between students and Facilities. The EcoReps Coordinator will plan and run weekly EcoReps meetings (both training and planning). This includes developing and implementing training curriculum around recycling, up-cycling, composting, water conservation, energy conservation, behavior change, communication, and event planning. The Coordinator will also attend all Area EcoReps meetings and help with the management of Area EcoReps projects. The Coordinator will work with designated Area EcoReps on annual campus-wide events such as the Game Day Recycling Challenge, Brown Unplugged Dorm Energy Competition, Earth Day, and Clean Break. In addition to working with students in the program, the Coordinator is the face of EcoReps and the student face of Facilities. As such, the Coordinator may be asked to attend key meetings with administrators and departmental staff, and will be a press contact for all EcoReps events. The job entails a 1 hour weekly meeting with other Facilities Interns (Sustainability Publicity Specialist and the Sustainability Analyst) and the Energy & Environmental Outreach and Programs Coordinators, a 1 hour weekly Area EcoReps meeting and a 1 hour weekly EcoReps/emPower meeting, as well as 4-6 hours per week towards the duties described above. The work load may vary dramatically from week to week.
The Student Sustainability Publicity Specialist (Publicity Specialist) supports the Facilities Management Dept. of Energy and Environmental Programs (E&E) and its affiliated EcoReps program to enhance communication within the Brown community about recycling, energy conservation and sustainability. The Publicity Specialist will also work to promote awareness of the goals, initiatives and successes of the Energy and Environmental Office. This includes creating educational signage, slides and web content which disseminate information about E&E programs and initiatives as well as EcoReps events and campaigns. The Publicity Specialist is in charge of updating and generating content for the EcoReps blog, twitter and Facebook page as well as fielding e-mails to the email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org email addresses. The Publicity Specialist will work collaboratively with the EcoReps Coordinator on publicity for EcoReps events (posters, morning mail, etc) as well as the design elements of awareness raising campaigns (signage, stickers, etc.). If there are volunteer EcoReps interested in working on publicity, the Publicity Specialist will lead these students. The Publicity Specialist will assist the E&E Outreach Coordinator on updates and additions to the Brown is Green website and will serve as a liaison between the E&E office and other campus generators of environmental news (student groups, faculty, researchers).
Tasks include helping design, prepare, and run experiments on decision making and cognition as well as data analysis. Computer programming experience a definite plus.
Walk my beloved 12 year old border collie/ golden pup and my sweet 1 year old Doxie. Must bring them to a place so they can run off leash 3 x a week- for 1 hour between 2pm-5pm. Then other two days can walk them around block. (40 minutes). Then occasional in -home pet sitting (there is also a long neglected cat in my dog-centric home)
Over the course of 1-2 weeks, work with three high schoolers to design and build a tree house.
Provide general office, research and media support to the Executive Director and Program & Operations Coordinator in the office planning Brown’s 250th Anniversary. Applicants should have exceptional enthusiasm for Brown, a high sense of professionalism, strong commitment to customer service with a variety of constituencies, capacity to see the big picture with a keen eye for detail, a team player and a true appreciation of the significance of this anniversary. Flexible hours. Duties include: • Provide general office support to 250th anniversary staff; • Provide customer service support (email and phone) for members of the global Brown community and the general public seeking information about the 250th; • Archival research (internal and external) and management of images that are reflective of Brown’s history with an informed sense of what images will successfully translate into the digital space; • Work with the 250th staff and other University staff to help maintain 250 content on the web and through Facebook, Flickr, iTunes, Twitter, YouTube and other social media channels and accounts; • Suggest social media strategies and help measure social media campaigns as well as impact on web traffic, etc., via web analytics, etc.; • Provide other support for the 250 website as needed; and, • Other duties as assigned.
Practice conversational Brazilian Portuguese and some grammar. Meet once or twice per week at mutuall