Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 KCSB-FM's Production Coordinator is responsible for creating and maintaining the station’s public service announcements and other prerecorded audio. S/he works closely with the Promotions Director to ensure PSAs are made for upcoming “KCSB Presents…” and other local events. S/he also conducts regular production and live music mixing trainings for programmers. Much of the work for this position is done using Audacity and DadPro software. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Production of FCC-compliant PSAs and ensuring proper training of PSA production for volunteers Weekly PSA scheduling on FM program logs Coordinates DADPro Library maintenance and oversees uploading of prerecorded programs in conjunction with Program Director and Assistant Program DirectorEngineering/mixing of live music broadcastsLeading and coordinating volunteers via Production / PSA SubcommitteeCo-leads "Live Production" Subcommittee ______ Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019
Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 Under the guidance of the KCSB Advisor, the Digital Media Coordinator is responsible for regularly updating the KCSB Website and other social media platforms. The DMC is responsible for generating new content that creates interest in the site and in the station. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Reviews and maintains web posts on kcsb.org and social networking sites (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube). Aids and encourages programmers in making show-related posts and other online material Co-leads the Promotions SubcommitteeCreate sand sends out monthly KCSB e-newsletters Coordinates KCSB’s Film Subcommittee / InternshipUpdates the online programming schedules on Spinitron and Radio Free America at the beginning of every quarter Suggested Qualifications: Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended. Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities: Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position). Expected to attend all KCSB events. Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings. Must maintain a program on FM during employment. Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department. Job goes until June 2019
Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KJUC Program Director is responsible for being familiar with the shows on the KJUC schedule and for giving weekly feedback to KJUCers about their shows. The KJUC PD is also a member of KCSB’s Program Mediation and Review Committee (PMRC) and advises in the process of adding shows to the FM schedule. Note: Most of the KJUC Program Director’s responsibilities are shared by the KJUC Manager. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks • Create and post quarterly KJUC Schedule • Review playlists on a timely, week-to-week basis. • Review KJUC-AM programs (demos or listening on the web when available) • Member of Program Mediation and Review Committee (see KCSB-FM Program Director position for more info) Suggested Qualifications: Should have an understanding of the radio station, its media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended. Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities: • Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position). • Expected to attend all KCSB events. • Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings. • Must maintain a program on FM during employment. • Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department. • Job goes until June 2019
Employer: UCSB Campus Learning Assistance Services Expires: 05/12/2018 The ACE Chemistry Program at CLAS offers support for students taking the general chemistry series. ACE Chemistry students meet once each week for ninety minutes in small (5- to 7-person) study teams, each facilitated by a tutor who provides chemistry help as well as structured academic skills lessons. CLAS Academic Skills is looking to hire tutors who can facilitate three ACE Chemistry teams per week. Weekly responsibilities will be as follows: attendance at all meetings of the assigned chemistry lecture (3 hours), facilitation of 3 ninety-minute team meetings (4.5 hours), preparation for team meetings (1 hour), and weekly training meetings (1 hour). In addition, tutors will attend an 8-hour training session during the weekend before the first full week of fall quarter. All training, lecture attendance, and preparation hours will be paid at the rate of $15.32/hour. All team sessions will be paid at the rate of $21.24/hour. Minimum requirements for this tutoring job are Junior or senior standing in chemistry, biology, or another relevant major that requires Chemistry 1A-Chemistry 1C as of fall 2018;Strong academic performance in chemistry classes;An overall GPA of 3.3;Interest in teaching;Availability to attend a chemistry lecture (generally Monday, Wednesday, and Friday).Availability to attend the first training before Week 1 of fall quarter.
Employer: College of Agricultural, Human, Natural Resource Sciences Expires: 05/16/2018 Job Vacancy Number: #1535354 WSU Variety Testing Program (VTP) is looking for an energetic individual to assist with a variety of tasks related to conducting successful field experiments with winter and spring wheat and spring barley during the summer of 2018. There is a possibility of extending the appointment into fall of 2018 academic years on part-time basis. The work includes but is not limited to assisting with planting, maintaining, harvesting of variety of winter and spring wheat and barley trials, data collection, grain processing and grain sampling. Majority of work during summer is performed outside of Pullman on small research plots throughout Eastern Washington (transportation to and from sites is provided). Attention to detail and a good work ethic are ESSENTIAL. Must be reliable, able to understand and follow both written and oral instructions and complete the tasks efficiently and effectively. Summer position is FULL TIME ONLY.Northern Arizona University is a committed Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. NAU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. EEO Law Poster NAU is an Employer of National Service. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other National Service alumni are encouraged to apply.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Bike shop Expires: 02/25/2023 Serving the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of UCSB since 1974, the Associated Students Bike Shop is a student-funded non-profit organization dedicated to education, service, and safety. We are looking for bike mechanics who are enthusiastic about bikes, good team players and can provide quick and efficient customer service to join our team and uphold our same morals. We are one of the busiest bike shops in California, so we are looking for employees that are able to work autonomously and well under the pressure.The responsibilities of our bike mechanics are to attend to customers, diagnose bikes and complete repairs in a timely manner. Along with these primary duties, mechanics will be responsible for maintaining a clean workspace and teaching bike maintenance to members of the community.Required skills:-Enthusiasm about bikes and working with tools-Effective communication skills-Willingness to learn-Autonomous-Reliable and punctual-Strong team player-Able to lift about 30lbs repetitively throughout the shiftAs a business employed by UCSB, we do offer work study for students that qualify. Applicants should expect to work between 12-18.5 hours each week. If you have an enthusiasm for bikes or repairs, we encourage you to apply! Please submit a cover letter and resume.
Employer: UCSB Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Expires: 05/17/2018 The URCA staff, including student peer advisors, supports high impact educational practices by recruiting and informing students from all academic majors and backgrounds about the requirements, options, and advantages of participating in the programs offered through the office. Currently we coordinate the Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URCA) Grant, the Faculty Research Assistance Program (FRAP), the University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) program, and the University of California Washington (UCDC) Program. Peer advisors will be employed as Assistant II, and will have the option to receive academic credit, or be paid at the current rate of $11.00 per hour. They are expected to work approximately 5 to 10 hours per week, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Occasional evening and weekend hours will be required to host outreach events and send-off meetings. Job duties include, but are not limited to: · Planning, organizing, and conducting campus-wide informational meetings each quarter. · Conducting monthly outreach activities that are aimed at broadening participation in the URCA office’s programs. Possible activities might include: mailings to all majors, presentations to targeted classrooms and special interest groups (student organizations, fraternities/sororities, etc.), and quarterly class announcements. · Representing the URCA office at campus events (i.e. Parents & Family Weekend, Spring Insight). · Holding weekly drop-in office hours. · Assisting with mailings and other administrative tasks. Reporting and Communicating: Peer advisors report to the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator and are responsible for notifying this individual of pertinent issues by communicating regularly in person, by telephone, or by email. Peers must notify the Coordinator of any absences (anticipated or not) from their scheduled work hours. The peers are responsible for submitting time sheets each month to the Coordinator. Confidentiality: Peers are expected to adhere to all University policies regarding confidentiality. They are required to sign a confidentiality agreement and undergo fingerprinting. They must have a genuine interest in and willingness to promote the academic goals of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Application Criteria: · Must enroll and maintain undergraduate status during the 2018-19 academic year. Must be available to work Fall, Winter and Spring quarter of the 2018-19 academic year. · Must demonstrate professionalism, including adherence to confidentiality, and a genuine interest in and willingness to promote the academic goals of the URCA office among all undergraduates, regardless of major or college. · Must have skills and experience making public presentations and using office equipment. · Must be able to make the required time commitment (5 to 10 hours per week) and be dependable and on time. Application Requirements: A completed application will consist of the following: Application Cover - Please complete the Applicant Data Sheet (download here), typed or neatly printed. Résumé - Submit a current résumé, and include the name, occupation, and telephone number of two people we may contact as references. Letters of recommendation are NOT required. Cover Letter - Please provide a cover letter highlighting your motiviation for applying and relevant experience for the Peer position Interview – If the application is deemed sufficient, the applicant will be scheduled for a short interview. Interviews can be done by Skype or phone if the applicant is not presently living in Santa Barbara. The DEADLINE for receipt of all application materials is Wednesday, May 16, 2018. Email or hand deliver your application to:Jacob LaVioletjacoblaviolet@ucsb.edu2110 North Hall
Employer: UCSB Business and Financial Services Expires: 05/01/2018 We are looking for a reliable, detail-oriented student to assist in the Payroll department for various duties including: · Filing employment documents · Assisting payroll staff with various filing and other tasks We need someone who is able to work a consistent schedule of 10 hours a week. Our ideal student assistant is punctual, responsible, trustworthy and self-motivated with an eye for detail. Strict confidentiality must be adhered to. The employee will be working with confidential information and will require fingerprinting prior to starting. This position requires standing, bending and lifting in the filing areas on a consistent basis. We are looking for someone that can start now and work through the summer with a possible extension into the new school year. Job Location: Business and Financial Services 3201 SAASB, Santa Barbara CA, 93106
Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Bike shop Expires: 04/26/2018 Serving the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of UCSB since 1974, the Associated Students Bike Shop is a student-funded non-profit organization dedicated to education, service, and safety. We are looking for bike mechanics who are enthusiastic about bikes, good team players and can provide quick and efficient customer service to join our team and uphold our same morals. We are one of the busiest bike shops in California, so we are looking for employees that are able to work autonomously and well under the pressure.The responsibilities of our bike mechanics are to attend to customers, diagnose bikes and complete repairs in a timely manner. Along with these primary duties, mechanics will be responsible for maintaining a clean work space and teaching bike maintenance to members of the community.Required skills:-Enthusiasm about bikes and working with tools-Effective communication skills-Willingness to learn-Autonomous-Reliable and punctual-Strong team playerAs a business employed by UCSB, we do offer work study for students that qualify. Applicants should expect to work between 12-18.5 hours each week. If you have an enthusiasm for bikes or repairs, we encourage you to apply! Please submit a cover letter and resume.
Employer: UCSB Office of the Registrar Expires: 05/09/2018 Title of the Position: Student Services AssistantLocation: UCSB Office of the Registrar (1101 SAASB, UCSB)Work-study eligible students encouraged to apply Under general supervision, provides support for the Student Services Unit. Responsible for providing exceptional customer service, serving as the first point of contact for all incoming students to the Office of the Registrar. Applicant(s) must have superior communication and writing skills, strong analytical ability and be responsible for the safeguarding of confidential information.Responsible for assisting incoming students by providing further information on university processes as well as advising students on corresponding forms and petitions. Percentage of time: 60% Frequency: Daily Responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of UCSB student information systems for the purposes of assisting with student inquiries (training provided) Percentage of time: 30% Frequency: Daily Performs special duties as assigned by Supervisor(s) Percentage of time: 10% Frequency: Weekly
Employer: UCSB - Office of Budget & Planning Expires: 05/01/2018 The faculty housing assistant reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for providing administrative support to the Community Housing Authority within the Office of Budget and Planning. These duties include, but are not limited to: typing, filing, reception, telephone duties, administrative support to the CHA office in the reservations and sales of faculty & staff housing, including assistance in marketing & sales, interaction with faculty and staff clients, open house showings and other duties related to the faculty housing sales program.Additional responsibilities include: Completion of Gateway systems training Processing payables and receivables in Gateway for department Purchasing/processing orders/supplies, as directed Management of various utilities accounts for faculty housing program Assist in performing research tasks related to development of the faculty & staff housing program, policies, etc. Assist in website maintenance and development of new web materials for sales & marketing program. Oversee/coordinate with vendor in web developments Assist in coordination/interaction with service vendors (movers, sales agents, pest control, etc.) for services related to sales transactionsPlease see attached job description for detailed information about the position.Preferred working days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Employer: UCSB Annual Fund Expires: 06/04/2018 Are you a UCSB student looking to work hard, represent your university, and make money all at the same time? The UCSB Annual Fund is hiring Student Ambassadors for a resume-building fundraising position for the Winter 2018 Quarter. Chances are you've used CLAS, EAP, or CSO escorts to improve your college experience. Annual Fund callers #gauchoback because they raise money for these beloved programs that so many students depend on by calling parents and alumni. Karina Vicente, Miya Herzstein, Vicky Lopez UCSB Annual Fund Recruiter/Traineriafirstname.lastname@example.org (805) 893-5685
Employer: UCSB Distribution & Logistical Services Expires: 05/06/2018 Performs a variety of duties related to the processing and delivery of US mail, student mail and campus mail. This includes picking up and delivering mail throughout the campus. In all aspects of work, provides outstanding customer service, exercising good judgement, interpersonal and technical skills and is professional in every aspect. Communicates well with clients, co-workers and supervisor, promoting teamwork and positive relations. Altered work schedule may arise requiring hours outside of established schedule. Early dismissal possible if all work complete. Clean DMV record required. Sorts and delivers incoming US mail, student mail and campus mail. Looks up information for insufficiently addressed mail to ensure correct delivery. Help to decrease bulk junk mail by requesting delivery removal from vendor listing. Learn sortation module(s) for assigned route to assure accuracy of mail delivery. Work to minimize mis-sorts. Learn UCSB campus mail routes as assigned. Participate in periodic cleaning and organization of Mail Services area. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Answers department phone and takes messages as needed when requested party is unavailable. For service inquires, work to develop an understanding of service offerings and schedules to answer all types of inquiries without assistance. Learn sortation method and scanning TrackPad systems for the handling of assigned student dorm(s) and campus department packages. Work this section when directed by Mail Services career staff. Perform task as directed pertaining to the collection of delivery data for Mail Services. Quality program includes monthly collection and replacement of data collection sheets at each service point.We have the following Summer Shifts* available June 25 - September 21, 2018: Mon 8:00am - 11:00amTue, 8:00am - NoonWed 8:00am - 11:00am Fri 8:00am - 11:00am* We are hoping the hired student(s) will continue working with Mail Services into the 2018-2019 Academic Year, where hopefully their Federal Work Study Award would become active.
Employer: UCSB Materials Department Expires: 04/27/2018 Under close supervision, employee will perform various assembly, maintenance and cleaning tasks as assigned. These tasks may include 1) Assisting in organization and cleaning of research laboratories. 2) Assisting in the maintenance and repair of instruments and support equipment.3) Assisting researchers with setting up experiments. Includes performing simple assembly tasks requiring use of power and/or hand tools.
Employer: UCSB Alcohol and Drug Program Expires: 05/12/2018 Life of the Party (LOTP) is based on the philosophy that you can party without putting yourself in danger. That you can drink without binging or blacking out. That those who choose to experiment can without putting yourselves at risk for synergistic overdose. That you can have fun while still taking care of yourself and your peers. We strive to provide information, advice, and fun activities to make your partying experience safer and more fun. We hope to change the perception of UCSB and Isla Vista and show that we can have fun safely. Time Commitment:· Requires at least one full school year commitment September 2018 – June 2019.· Up to 10/12 hours per week plus special events. · Not required to work finals or break weeks.· Attendance at weekly LOTP staff meeting at 5pm on Thursdays.· Must be available for training/planning beginning September 17th and work for the remainder of the quarter to prepare for fall quarter. Compensation: $11.00/hrDuties: Assist with the development of new campaigns aimed at preventing binge drinking and promoting a safer party culture in Isla Vista. Assist with alternative event planning and implementation (Night Off Events). Serve as peer educator on topics related to harm-reduction, binge drinking, blackout culture, safe partying, and other alcohol and drug related topics as they come up. Attend weekly intern meetings. Collaborate with other groups on campus to plan and implement events. Responsible for designing, planning, and implementing research-informed and evidence-based prevention education workshops for students on topics related to alcohol and other drugs. Attend office/desk hours to work on projects three to five hours per week. Assist with Alcohol and Drug Program and LOTP outreach efforts to engage the campus and Isla Vista community around alcohol and other drugs. Expectations:· Must be a currently enrolled UCSB student (work‐study encouraged to apply) in good academic standing.· Must be self‐driven, independent, and demonstrate strong initiative‐taking skills.· Must be able to work collaboratively in a team environment.· Must be comfortable with public speaking, facilitation, and peer education.· Must be able to work night and weekend hours.· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.· Have a passion for the LOTP mission and vision.Qualifications: Ability to use social media Experience leading short and long-term projects
Employer: UCSB Alcohol and Drug Program Expires: 05/12/2018 Life of the Party is based on the philosophy that you can party without putting yourself in danger. That you can drink without binging or blacking out. That those who choose to experiment can without putting yourselves at risk for synergistic overdose. That you can have fun while still taking care of yourself and your peers. We strive to provide information, advice, and fun activities to make your partying experience safer and more fun. We hope to change the perception of UCSB and Isla Vista and show that we can have fun safely. Time Commitment: · Requires at least one full school year commitment September 2018 – June 2019. · Up to 10/12 hours per week plus special events. · Not required to work finals or break weeks. · Attendance at weekly LOTP staff meeting at 5pm on Thursdays. · Must be available for training/planning beginning September 17th and work for the remainder of the summer to prepare for fall quarter. Compensation: $11.00/hr Duties: · Create print marketing materials for LOTP events, campaigns, and educational programs. This will include, but is not limited to fliers, stickers, shirts, brochures and other marketing materials. · Produce digital marketing campaigns that highlight LOTP’s mission, events, and programs. · Assist in the rebranding and maintain strong branding of LOTP’s image, message, and initiatives to ensure consistency and visibility on campus. · Increase visibility to students through various media platforms. · Contribute to and oversee LOTP social media postings and presence. · Ensure that LOTP materials are clean and grammatically correct. · Maintain, update, and monitor the LOTP website weekly. · Attend office/desk hours to work on projects three to five hours per week. · Serve as a team member in spreading LOTP’s mission and vision on Campus. Expectations: · Must be a currently enrolled UCSB student (work‐study encouraged to apply) in good academic standing. · Must be self‐driven, independent, and demonstrate strong initiative‐taking skills. · Must be able to work collaboratively in a team environment. · Must be comfortable with public speaking, facilitation, and peer education. · Must be able to work night and weekend hours. · Excellent written and verbal communication skills. · Attend office/desk hours to work on projects three to five hours per week. · Have a passion for the LOTP mission and vision. Qualifications: · Proficient knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite software/Photoshop and social media platforms or other design programs. · Knowledge of website design. · Proficient knowledge and skills in video creation and editing.
Employer: The Commencement Group Expires: 04/30/2018 My name is Morgan Roussos and I'm emailing about a job we're looking for greek life students to fill. My company, The Commencement Group, is contracted with UC Santa Barbara to work at the upcoming graduation ceremonies this year. What we do is sell merchandise and graduation gifts to the parents at the ceremonies - primarily t-shirts that have the graduates names on the back. We set up a small kiosk at the ceremony and sell as the guests walk in.We're slightly short staffed though and are looking for students to help us out selling that day. It's super easy work, you just stand behind our kiosk and help us ring up customers, with my own staff supervising you. It's June 16th-17th 6am-7pm both days.I know those seem like long hours, but you don't actually work the whole time. There's lots of down time between ceremonies and breaks, BUT we do pay you the entire time! It will pay $12 an hour. We also provide you with meals throughout the day.I'm looking to get these scheduled ASAP so if anyone is interested they can email me at email@example.com. If anyone is really curious they can look at our website as well thecommencementgroup.com to see what we do and get a better idea of this. Thanks so much!Morgan
Employer: UCSB Administrative & Residential Information Technology Expires: 06/01/2018 The Administrative and Residential - IT department provides technical support t via email, over the phone and in person to UCSB staff members and residents. Job Description: The job of the ARIT student staff is to answer the phone in a friendly manner. ARIT student staff also provides assistance to walk-ins and check out laptops, iPad and other equipment. Maybe provide training to small groups and create training materials.Desired qualities: We are looking for candidates who have excellent interpersonal skills, are patient and reliable, have initiative, are interested in technology and eager to learn new skills in customer service and computer support. Experience with Windows 10, Microsoft Office 2016 Suites, mobile devices, as well as experience on basic technical troubleshooting is highly desired. Please submit your resume and cover letter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you meet the requirements we will contact you to schedule an interview.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Creative Media Expires: 05/05/2018 ***THIS JOB BEGINS IN FALL 2018***Under the direction of the A.S. Art Director, the student videographer will produce videos for a variety of A.S. boards, units, committees, and commissions such as promotional videos, event recaps, and trainings. The student videographer will also participate in the A.S. Creative Media Unit to assist with the department's marketing and other creative projects as assigned.This is an on-campus position, 2-10 hours a week. Work study is available.
Employer: UCSB Arts & Lectures Expires: 06/01/2018 This position reports to the A&L Development Team – the Senior Development Director, the Development Directors, the Marketing & Communications Production Specialist and the Development Analyst. The main goal of this position is to assist the Team in building donor relations from a clerical and administrative standpoint. This includes office duties i.e. researching potential donors, photocopying, filing, sorting, mail merging, mass mailings, data entry, event or reception invitations, donor tracking, and daily duties as assigned by the Development Team. This also means maintaining inventory of supplies used for reception – i.e. banners, promotional materials, table cloths, wines and party supplies. This position requires occasional attendance at donor cultivation events on select evenings and weekends at off campus events (you will be given reasonable notice before such events). This position also requires excellent verbal and written communications skills, ability to organize and prioritize work, and ability to work independently with little supervision. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Database software is preferred. Events experience desired. Able to lift at least 10 pounds.