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BuDS Student Worker

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 08:01
Brown Dining Services is unlike any other college dining program. Student staff cook, cater, cashier and manage the different eateries on campus. We have shifts starting as early as 6:00 AM and ending as late as 2:30 AM everyday. There is a wide variety of tasks tailored to your interests, such as making pizza at Andrews Commons or falafel at the Ivy Room, or working behind the scenes assembling catering orders at Catering Prep. At BuDS, you'll find an incredible community, and possibly make life-long friends. Your supervisor will be another Brown student and you can choose your shifts. And if you work during a meal, we'll even feed you!

OIDI Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student Only)

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 07:28
Job Description Liza Cariaga-Lo is seeking help with the development of diversity and inclusion professional development opportunities this semester. Undergraduate Research Assistants will help with the overall coordination of the development and implementation of programs, workshops, tools resources and other related support materials.

Student Fellow, Cuba Project

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 05:09
Seeking undergraduate or graduate student to assist in development of research project focused on Cuba-U.S. connections in past and present, with particular attention to issues of diversity and inclusion in historical and present-day travel. Fellow will work with project director, Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, and Office of International Programs to examine questions of race, gender, nationality, imperialism, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, and class as they inform(ed) travel between the United States and Cuba and to extrapolate from the Cuban case to broader questions of diversity and inclusion in student mobility. Tasks to include research assistance in materials and scholarly literature on diversity and inclusion in student mobility (focused searches, evaluation of materials, and transcription, downloading, printing, copying, as appropriate). Independent work in libraries, archives, and at home with close and regular communication with principal researcher. Fellow also to participate in designing orientation and re-entry sessions for student participants in Brown/Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad (CASA) in Cuba. For more information, please contact Project Director Jennifer Lambe (, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Brown University.

Childcare/Homework Helper

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 05:03
Need a car!! This job involves mostly driving but if possible -homework help/tutoring in Algerbra 1 and physics would be a plus and pay would be more.

Engineering Office Assistant - Mail

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 04:43
Sorting, delivery and pickup of mail for the School of Engineering, Physics, IMNI and Applied Math.

ENGN 1630 Lab Teaching Assitant Prof. Patterson

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 04:37
Lab TA for ENGN1630. Lab TAs give advice on lab strategy, demonstrate equipment and software, evaluate student work for compliance with specifications, ask evaluation questions, and check that equipment and parts are functional. Lab is open all the time and multiple experiments are set as design challenges.

Theatre House Manager

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 20:00
Do you love theatre and like interacting with customers? Are you a person who takes pride in their professionalism? If you said yes to these questions, this job might be for you! TAPS theatre performances are held approximately 15 weeks per academic year. The Theatre House Manager is responsible for overseeing all Front of House (FOH) operations before, during, and after performances and remaining on-site until the last customer leaves the theatre. They provide excellent customer service while also monitoring occupancy, maintaining the safety of FOH volunteer ushers and working with the Stage Manager and Box Office Assistants to coordinate the FOH and back of house concerns. Theatre House Managers should expect to work 8-12 hours (primarily in the evening) during each of the approximately 15 performance weeks. Applicants should be flexible, ready to take on unexpected challenges, and willing to be trained on new tasks as the need arises. Ability to work independently and in a team is equally important. They need not be an active member of the theatre community, but some knowledge of how theatre or performance venues operate is preferred.