Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 01/20/2018 The AS Food Bank is Hiring! Do you enjoy helping our Gaucho Community? Do you love the smell of strawberries in the morning? Do you want to improve your teamwork skills with an outgoing and enthusiastic staff? If you are nodding yes to any of these questions, the AS Food Bank is looking for someone like you to join our team to combat the rising food insecurity on campus. The AS Food Bank has been servicing the Gaucho Community since 2011. From servicing only 5 students our first week open to now servicing ~1,800 visits a week! We are looking for two-tablespoons of work ethic, a dash of punctuality, a cup of passion, and a pinch of enthusiasm. Want to be a part of this amazing recipe? Apply today! Hours: 8-12 hours a week Wage: $12.25 an hour Requirements for job application: ●Job Application: Handshake ●Resume ●Cover Letter ●Summer Schedule of Availability ●Must have a valid Driver’s License ●Have to be a UCSB Student ●Must be here during Session B: August 7-September 16 As a staff member of the AS Food Bank, individuals are responsible for: ●Greeting students ●Assist with upkeep of the Food Bank ●Administrative Skills ●All members of the AS Food Bank are assigned a special project for the quarter to promote self-development ●Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs ●Assist with loading and unloading of food ●Customer Service ●Knowledge of campus resources Due Date: Friday, January 15, 2018 by 11:59 pm
Employer: UCSB College of Creative Studies Expires: 02/01/2018 We are looking for a student to help us with administrative duties, some physical tasks (hanging pictures) and computer work (data entry, website management). This position will have 1-5 hours of work a week and the hours will be slightly flexible. The pay is 11.00 an hour
Employer: UCSB Career Services - Student Services Expires: 02/20/2018 Attend one mandatory 20-minute info session to learn more about being a Career Peer Advisor. Ask current peers about their position and learn about the responsibilities, duties, and qualifications. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail). All located in the Career Resource Room at Career ServicesJanuary 18 @ 10:30amJanuary 22 @ 10amJanuary 26 @ 1pmJanuary 30 @ 11:30amFebruary 1 @ 9:30amFebruary 5 @ 3:30pmFebruary 7 @ 2pmFebruary 13 @ 4pmFebruary 16 @ 10am Peer Responsibilities Include: Actively develop a working knowledge of agency and campus referral sources in the areas of career exploration, internships, job search and graduate school. Advise students in their initial stages of career planning and provide appropriate referrals to advisors, counselors, or other campus agencies as needed. Conduct research for career library including revision and organization of current materials. Recommend students to appropriate occupational profiles, handouts, resource materials and computer programs relevant to their needs. Help students with Handshake login and internet job searches for part-time, internship and career employment options. Troubleshoot questions when applying for positions through the On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program. Conduct formal/informal group presentations to students, faculty and staff about Career Services. Assist career counselors with program development and implementation of specialty areas. Participate in recruitment, hiring, and training of new Career Peer Advisors. Provide tours of Career Resource Room as requested. Serve as ambassadors for Career Services and market our programs to students, academic departments, residence halls and student organizations. Desired Qualifications Include: ALL majors and all class levels (except graduating seniors) are encouraged to apply Interested in helping your fellow Gauchos with majors, employment, and careers Patient and responsible Comfortable working in a team, as well as being a self-starter Organized and able to manage time
Employer: UCSB Department of Music Expires: 01/20/2018 The Music Department stage technician or usher is responsible for stage and performance support, either as an event usher or stage technician. Some experience is desirable but we are willing to train dependable and conscientious team players. This job entails: Providing outstanding support before, during, and after performances Assisting performers, professors, and fellow production staff Being a team player The ability to maintain a warm and professional attitude Being reliable in meeting work schedule commitments Customer service skills In the technician role: setting up and striking productions, supporting all aspects of audio, lighting, staging, video, and podium operations for Music Department events In the usher role: welcoming guests, distributing programs, setting up signage and promotional items, taking tickets, facilitating a professional and top-notch concert-going experience, ensuring that performance spaces and seating areas are clean and ready for performance
Employer: UCSB Special Events Catering Expires: 01/19/2018 Special Events Catering is a small but high-end catering operation located here on the USCB campus. We have an excellent reputation for both service and food. We hire students to serve at our catering events throughout the year. We schedule work shifts around classes and no food service experience is necessary. What is necessary is a positive, outgoing attitude and a willingness to work hard and have fun doing it! Catering is physical and usually pretty fast-paced. We are looking for students who learn quickly and will feel confident taking a pro-active role at our events. Understanding when a “sense of urgency” is needed is essential. Our student staff is expected to maintain a professional appearance, as we are often serving at high-profile events with many VIPs in attendance. We like to have fun and there is a real “team” atmosphere here. We pay minimum wage, with raises given based on merit and longevity in the job. There are no tips. But there is delicious food! Hours vary greatly since in catering we have no set schedule for events. Each week is different. A student’s availability and when we have events will determine income. Sometimes a student is not in class when we have our events and they can work a lot of hours, and the next week they are not able to work at all. It changes all the time. This is important to understand when considering the potential for earning money. It fluctuates. For most students who want some extra money, this is ideal. We appreciate your interest in Special Events Catering and hope this gives you a little more information about the job.
Employer: UCSB Mail Services Expires: 01/06/2018 Work Study student will sort and deliver incoming US mail, student mail and campus mail. Look up information for insufficiently addressed mail to ensure correct delivery. Help to decrease bulk junk mail by requesting delivery removal from vendor listing. Learn UCSB campus mail routes as assigned. Must have valid Driver's License and be able to lift 30 lbs. easily. Learn sortation module(s) for assigned route to assure accuracy of mail delivery. Work to minimize mis-sorts. 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.
Employer: UCSB Annual Fund Expires: 03/14/2018 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 UCSB Annual Fund Recruiter/Traineriaemail@example.com (805) 893-5685
Employer: UCSB Office of Public Affairs & Communications Expires: 03/01/2018 Job Duties include:-Gather UCSB related news -Send out news releases-Answer phones-Greet visitorsMust:-HAVE 8AM-2PM AVAILABILITY M/W/FRI-Have friendly and professional demeanor -Be detail oriented -Be reliable
Employer: UCSB Brain Initiative Expires: 03/01/2018 We are looking for motivated UCSB students to power our Brain Initiative. The ideal candidate(s) will have a deep interest in improving science, society, and our campus by working creatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team. We have a wide variety of opportunities across design, marketing, film, web development, financial analysis, strategic planning, and community relations. Each intern will work with Dr. Queenan to craft an individualized job description and project. We will then work as a team to improve neuroscience and neuroengineering at the university and nationwide. Interns will initially be hired for winter quarter 2018, with the possibility of staying on through June 2019.Please include in your cover letter:a) your interests/passions/talentsb) your current major and (suspected) career plans after graduation c) what you could bring to the UCSB Brain Initiative andd) how this internship will help you develop your professional portfolio and leave UCSB a more successful and productive member of the society.We look forward to hearing from you.
Employer: UCSB Graduate Division - Graduate Division Expires: 01/06/2018 The Graduate Division is looking for a detail-orientated student intern to assist and support the Academic Services Unit. Duties include assisting with the following tasks: maintaining and organizing a large filing system, scanning and uploading forms and petitions, opening mail, and answering phones, and other administrative tasks and projects as needed. Attention to detail, organizational skills, customer service skills, reliable work performance, ability to work on a team, and ability to work in a confidential environment are essential. Knowledge of common Microsoft Office applications, such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access, is desirable but not required. Work study required. The Graduate Division facilitates and coordinates graduate education and student services for all graduate academic and professional programs at the University of California, Santa Barbara. It is our goal to promote academic excellence in graduate degree programs, to foster a diverse and inclusive graduate community of domestic and international students, and to cultivate for all graduate students both an intellectually challenging environment and a socially supportive climate.
Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 01/09/2018 KCSB-FM Associate News DirectorIn collaboration with the News and Public Affairs Director and the co-Associate News Director, the Associate News Director is responsible for producing the daily KCSB newscast. This includes researching, coordinating and writing news stories, and producing stories and periodic special broadcasts on topics that have been lacking in coverage locally or at KCSB. KCSB-FM’s News Department is also responsible for coverage of elections at the national, state, local and University levels. Other duties involve training and managing news interns and volunteer reporters as well as coordinating outreach to the community. Areas of coverage will be prioritized on a quarterly basis by the News Department.Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks:Training reportersIdentifying, assigning and tracking current events and local stories, including at the University and in Isla VistaProduce 4 newscasts per weekProduce at least 3 stories per weekDaily upkeep of social media (Twitter, Soundcloud, Facebook, kcsb.org)Hosting weekly reporter meetings and maintaining consistent follow-up with reporters.Co-coordinates at least one news-related event per quarterRemains on-call and available for coverage of local emergencies/breaking news.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 Winter break (depending on 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 starts immediately and goes until June 2018.
Employer: UCSB Chemical Engineering Expires: 12/09/2017 The Department of Chemical Engineering is looking for several detail oriented employees to provide organizational support to the Director of the Interfacial Sciences Laboratory at UCSB. This position will work closely with the Director on various administrative tasks including emailing, assisting with reports generation, running errands and being a primary contact point for the lab. This position will assist in financial record keeping for various contracts and grants. Responsible for ordering office supplies and equipment for the laboratory.
Employer: UCSB Orientation Programs and Parent Services Expires: 01/29/2018 The position of Orientation staff member is a paid internship in which you will develop and use skills that employers are looking for:AdvisingGroup facilitationInformation organization & disseminationLeadershipInterpersonal relationsPeer counselingPublic relationsPublic speakingSelf-confidenceUniversity outreachOrientation is looking for students with a variety of interests, points of view, and backgrounds who wish to be a member of a cohesive unit with the best interests of the new students, the University, and Orientation Programs in mind.The application must be filled out on Orgsync. Please follow the link provided. Applications are due Monday, January 29, 2018 at 12 noon, and any documents that must be submitted in person must be returned to the office by that time. The Orientation Programs Office is located at 2145 Student Resource Building.To apply, you must:1) be an undergraduate at UCSB (you may be a senior graduating in June),2) be in good academic standing (not currently on Academic Probation), and3) have good academic performance (a better than average GPA is preferred and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 is required).Employment is part-time in Spring (about 8-15 hrs/wk) and full-time in Summer (40 hrs/wk).Summer school attendance during Session A is not possible due to the full time nature of the job, but may be allowed for Session B but on a very limited basis and with prior approval.Housing is not provided as part of the jobThe pay is $11.00 per hour during spring quarter and $11.50 per hour during the summer orientation sessions. Also, meals are provided during work hours in the summer (approximately 6 meals per week).
Employer: UCSB Business and Financial Services Expires: 02/28/2018 We are looking for a reliable, detail oriented student to assist the Purchasing Department with various duties such as:Purging old contracts and other documents.Updating system informationApproximately 6 to 8 hours per week.
Employer: UCSB Student Health Service Expires: 01/10/2018 Landscaping duties in specified areas not maintained by Facilities Management such as courtyard potted plants, inner office plant atriums, front entrance potted plants, and indoor plants. Landscaping duties include watering, weeding, trimming, fertilizing,and seasonal replanting. Facility duties include sweeping, dusting, cleaning of outdoor furniture, cleaning windows and door frames at main entrances. Cleaning and blowing the loading dock and electric car garage area. Also, cleaning the electric vehicle at the Transportation Office on a weekly basis. Breaking down boxes on the dock. Assist storekeepers with furniture moving and supply deliveries as needed. 8-18 hours per week.
Employer: UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Expires: 12/11/2017 The Reservations & Meetings Coordinator is a part-time position during the school year, and full-time (8 - 5) during the summer. Academic Year Responsibilities include: Interface with campus staff, students and faculty as well as and off-campus clients and community members.Answer general inquiry questions and provide facility site tours.Handle meeting space reservation requests. This includes checking availability, reserving the space, coordinating event details, producing event reports, and following up with the billing.Prepare transient occupancy materials using a variety of computer software and systems. Send reminder emails and administer client/guest satisfaction surveys. Summer Responsibilities include:Under tight deadlines, import or data-enter large amounts of attendee data for a variety of groups; assign rooms and produce check-in materials and reports for conference and custodial staff.Audit and reconcile all check-in data after conference departs. Prepare detailed reports of summer guests for Conference Planners for billing. Resolve disputed or missing information will summer desk staff.Correspond with potential summer visitors via email and phone. Create reservations and back office paperwork for visitors. Reconcile billing addressing any follow-up questions from summer visitors.
Employer: UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Expires: 11/27/2017 The Facility Services Operator (FSO) is responsible for setting up for events, breaking down events, operating A/V equipment, and providing excellent customer service for meetings and programs at the Loma Pelona Center on campus. Occasionally, FSOs provide support for events at The Club and Guest House as well.We are looking for candidates who: Are available to work evening and weekend shifts, in addition to weekday shiftsAre able to work a flexible scheduleAre looking to work 5-15 hours/weekAre detail-oriented, friendly, responsible, and able to maintain professional standards as part of a customer service teamHave A/V experience (desired, not required) If the academic year position goes well, there is also a possibility of summer employment as an FSO.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 11/28/2017 We are looking for UCSB students to fill the Office Assistant position currently vacant in the Associated Students Main, Administration, and Annex offices starting Fall 2017.The position of Office Assistant is a significant part of the everyday operations of Associated Students as they are the first person of contact when visiting our office. Therefore, we are in search of a student that:has familiarity of working with heavy, constant phone traffichas the ability to communicate through written and verbal modes of communicationexcellent organizational skillsand the ability to adapt to fluctuations and interruptions in daily work routineAs an Office Assistant, you will have the opportunity to gain knowledge of the policies and activities of Associated Students. In addition, you will gain experience in office skills, such as data entry, filing, email, fax, and proper phone etiquette. *Associated Students accepts work study and non-work study applications. *Knowledge of minute-taking is a plus, but not required*Must be a registered undergrad UCSB student
Employer: UCSB Arts & Lectures Expires: 12/01/2017 This position reports to both the A&L Development & Finance teams. Maintain and update administrative and financial records and databases. General office duties include photocopying, filing, sorting, mail merging, mass mailing, data entry, and daily duties as assigned by either the Development or Finance team. Also, maintaining. 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.
Employer: UCSB Physics Department Expires: 01/01/2018 The Physics instructional lab assistant will catalog and inventory various electronic and physics lab equipment used in the Physics instructional labs. Requirements: M.E, Physics, or ECE major. Must be familiar with basic electronic and physics equipment. Basic knowledge of MS Excel spreadsheet software.