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Early AM Childcare for 2 Kids on East Side

Fri, 07/22/2016 - 04:40
Busy parents looking for a reliable student to supervise boys ages 7 and 10 before school on weekdays. Hours are roughly 7:15-8:45. Opportunity for some evening and weekend hours too. The kids are pretty easy - we are looking for someone to make sure their homework is done, they are reasonably presentable, and they get to the bus on time. A little light cooking (the occasional egg for the 7 year old + helping pack lunches) and clean up (washing a few dishes) is part of the job. Great way to make a little extra money and still have your whole day available.

Babysitter: Barnes-Tejeda Household

Fri, 07/22/2016 - 04:36
We are seeking a babysitter that will be available to assist with morning drop-offs when school begins, some after school pick-ups and occasional evening and weekends. We have a a five year old daughter starting kindergarten in the fall. She is spunky, smart, kind and loves to be active.

Classics Student Office Assistant

Fri, 07/22/2016 - 04:32
The Classics Department is looking for an enthusiastic and conscientious undergraduate Student Office Assistant. This position will require about 4-5 hours per week within a set schedule. The main responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: assisting with front office operations (photocopying, filing, doing data entry, running errands on campus, and preparing mailings, etc.); completing projects as assigned by administrative staff and faculty; 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.

LGBTQ Center Programmer

Thu, 07/21/2016 - 11:05
The LGBTQ Center programmers assist the Center Coordinator and student groups in developing programming around LGBTQ+ issues throughout the academic year. The programmers are responsible for planning and implementation of our “Out For Lunch Series,” Bisexuality Celebration Day, National Coming Out Week, Transgender Day of Remembrance and/or Trans Week, Pride Series and other programs as assigned. Both programmers will be responsible for all aspects of program implementation including, but not limited to, booking guest speakers, booking venues, managing contracts, coordinating travel and lodging, fundraising, publicity, collaboration with student groups and program review. In addition to programming responsibilities you will be required to cover office hours within the LGBTQ Center, attend weekly staff meetings and assist with other projects as assigned.

Student Activities Office Student Worker

Thu, 07/21/2016 - 08:10
FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORE STUDENTS encouraged to apply! Training will be provided! ***Responsible for reception of visitors and addressing student and student organization needs and inquiries respectfully. ---- On the job: ***Provide social media support for the Student Activities Office ***Assist with the registration of student organization events ***Act as a resource to students planning events ***Be knowledgeable of event registration process, BearSync (student organization system), and role of SAO staff ***Assist with maintenance of database for all registered and trained party managers ***Resolve problems related to the registration of student events such as missing event support requests, missing components of event registration materials, identifying untrained party managers/ushers, etc. ***Update weekly events calendar for distribution ***Review and update student event registration details ***Greet visitors and answer SAO main phone line ***Respond to e-mails in SAO account ***Maintain database and fees for table, clickers, and cash box rentals ***Assist with annual student organization Re-Registration process and mid-year Activities Fair sign ups ***Provide administrative assistance to SAO staff as needed

Graduate Student Research Assistant

Thu, 07/21/2016 - 07:41
The RA will assist in conducting data collection sessions for lab-based and longitudinal studies on HIV and gay/bisexual men’s health. Major responsibilities include: 1. Using established procedures to recruit participants and contributing to the development of new recruitment strategies; 2. Coordinating in-person appointments with participants; 3. Obtaining and documenting informed consent from participants; 4. Orienting participants to each study and providing thorough training to participants regarding study procedures; 5. Conducting data collection procedures, including administering behavioral tasks, surveys, and interviews; 6. Managing and storing study data; 7. Using established systems to track study participants throughout their involvement on the study and conducting correspondence with participants via email and phone as necessary, and; 8. Employing procedures aimed at ensuring participant adherence to the study protocols.

SEAS Graduate Student Assistant

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 11:59
Student and Employee Accessibility Services is responsible for handling a wide variety of supports for students with documented disabilities.The role of the Graduate Student Assistant includes working closely with the SEAS Administrative and Professional Staff to ensure the smooth operation of these supports.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant MCM1700Y Expanded Storytelling: Capture, Share and Expose

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 11:26
Assisting Professor with MCM1700Y. Assignments include art projects, readings, and presentations. Principal Duties and Responsibilities • Assist with preparation and distribution of instructional materials: copy articles, retrieve screening materials from library, etc. • Prepare classroom for classes, screenings and workshops: set up projector and computer, check laptops out to students, set up video cameras and lights. • Lead or help with workshops on coding, digital photography, video, editing, and lighting • Close-up classroom after classes and screenings. Must be able to work during class time: Tuesdays 3-6:50pm