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Student Assistant at UCSB Marine Science Institute

Employer: UCSB Marine Science Institute Expires: 10/19/2017 Position is in large personnel unit which houses confidential records for over 700 staff members at the Marine Science Institute.  Job duties include but are not limited to: filing, copying, organizing, collation, deliveries across campus, etc.The position also works with our budget unit, duties include: filing, preparing files for extramural contracts and grants, general ledger reconciliation, financial projections, and special projects as deemed necessary.Incumbent must possess:Administrative experienceAbility to work in confidential environmentExcellent organization skillsStrict attention to detailSelf-motivationSpecial Instructions:Shifts will be during normal business hours, Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm.  Looking for someone available between 10-14 hours per week.  Work-study is accepted.Please send your resume via handshake.

Student Laboratory Assistant at UCSB Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies

Employer: UCSB Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies Expires: 10/19/2017 Student Laboratory Assistant – Work Study.  Hours variable, 2-8 hrs/week during regular business hours.  Glassware washing; routine lab maintenance and cleanup; autoclaving; pickups and deliveries at various campus departments; online library retrievals and coordination with campus offices; maintenance of lab inventory; assist with various research tasks as assigned. Must already have work-study award for the school year; summer availability desirable. Please contact Jerome Santos if you have any questions at or call (805) 893-3416.

Journal Editorial Assistant at UCSB Electrical & Computer Engineering

Employer: UCSB Electrical & Computer Engineering Expires: 10/14/2017 Provides assistance to ECE faculty member who is serving as editor-in-chief for a research/technical journal. Duties include: 1) Interfacing with journal submission website to assure paper submissions are handled/routed correctly to journal editors and associate editors; 2) Monitoring journal submission email address, routing questions to the editor-in-chief as needed; 3) Reviewing accepted paper criteria, and "dispatching" to the publisher; 4) Drafting correspondence on behalf of the editor-in-chief when a new editor is appointed; 5) Preparing powerpoint presentation slides for the editor-in-chief for bi-annual editorial board meeting. Strong computer skills and communication skills (both written and verbal) are required. Ability/willingness to work remotely during holiday and summer breaks is desirable.

USSA Government Relations Director at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/18/2017 The United States Student Association is the country’s oldest and largest student-led organization. USSA amplifies the student voice by mobilizing grassroots power to win concrete victories on student issues. The USSA Government Relations Director coordinates efforts of the office of the External Vice President for Statewide Affairs for matters related to the membership with the United States Student Association (USSA). Makes recommendations in the allocation of the student fees collected for this program. Oversees federal advocacy campaigns and training for the participation of the UCSB campus in the United States Students organization. Must be knowledgeable regarding the efforts of USSA, be organized and have excellent communication skills both orally and written . Must be responsive to a constant fluctuation of daily routines.

Junior Database Administrator at UCSB Student Information Systems and Technology

Employer: UCSB Student Information Systems and Technology Expires: 10/25/2017 Jr. DBA Student Internship Job Description: Looking to start an exciting new career as a Database Administrator? Do you have a basic understanding of relational databases and the SQL language? SIS&T is excited to offer an entry-level Junior Database Administrator student internship opportunity for a highly motivated individuals. This is a rare opportunity to obtain highly desirable DBA skills and experience. You will be assisted and mentored by members of the database team to expand your skills in both database administration and system administration. Work study eligibility is desired, but not required to be eligible for this position. Duties: Assist in database administration activities including monitoring, support, and maintenance of SQL databases. Assist in Windows server administration activities including monitoring, support, and maintenance of Windows servers Assist in the administration of software vendor products including monitoring, support, and upgrades and maintenance. Import and export data in various formats to and from customers and software vendors. Assist application and web developers with application troubleshooting and tuning SQL performance. Create and modify database objects. Assist the SIS&T staff to troubleshoot SQL and database errors. Perform other tasks as assigned by manager Install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair various vendor software products and network systems;Assemble, install, configure and test computer equipment;Maintain software and hardware systems as assigned;Perform preventive maintenance and update maintenance records;Address user problems as they are reported through the trouble ticket system;Track progress on resolving tasks and follow-up as needed;Assist with the analysis and resolution of end user requirements;Research pricing for equipment and supplies in consultation with IT Manager and prepare purchase orders;Communicate effectively with a wide range of people, including fellow employees, external customers, and suppliers; andPerform other office related duties as required. Education Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows server administration and related work experience are preferred.Pursuing degree in Computer Science and related work experiences is preferred.  Required Skills Basic Knowledge of RDBMS systems. Microsoft SQL Server preferred. Knowledge of ANSI SQL Language (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETED, JOIN, WHERE). Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to work in fast moving environment. Ability to manage multiple tasks with different deadlines. Motivation to learn new skills and take on new job responsibilities.Minimum 1-3 years Microsoft Windows server administration experience.Experience with Microsoft Windows and vendor systems support.Basic scripting (PowerShell).Proven organizational skills, attention to detail and problem solving skills.Demonstrated ability to respond in a flexible manner and to re-prioritize work as situations change.Ability to handle confidential information.Consistently demonstrate professional, positive and approachable attitude/demeanor and discretion.Ability and willingness to share knowledgeDetail-oriented, with proven time management and organization skills (including the ability to engage in multiple tasks and meet deadlines/standards)Be a positive role model and have the ability to work independently and in conjunction with co-workers of all levelsAbility to identify and drive new/uncharted solutions within the organizationStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsAbility to move or re-locate computer equipment and be able to lift 30+ pounds. Desired Skills Database management skills with ability to produce reports.Web page maintenance and development.Microsoft Windows administration.Basic scripting (PowerShell).

Student Assistant at UCSB Mathematics Department

Employer: UCSB Mathematics Department Expires: 10/06/2017 Student assistant will perform a variety of clerical tasks, such as photocopying, file and data organization, spreadsheet preparation, office inventory, running errands on campus. Process academic and financial documents with a high degree of accuracy. Must work with highly confidential information, such as student records and financial documents. Excellent communication skills and neat handwriting necessary.

Student Assistant at UCSB Instructional Development

Employer: UCSB Instructional Development Expires: 10/07/2017 This position assists with the processing of campus surveys. It will require the operation of scanning equipment, collating, assembling, and delivery of survey materials campuswide on a quarterly basis. Lifting moderately heavy boxes is required on an occasional basis. Other duties as needed for administrative support, such as shipping and receiving.10-15 flexible hours/week. Full time work offered during quarter breaks. We accept work study applications.

AV Tech/Stagehand at UCSB Instructional Development

Employer: UCSB Instructional Development - Campbell Hall Expires: 06/01/2018 Provides technical and media support for special events in Campbell Hall such as guest lectures, concerts, Art & Lectures presentations, and film series, to name only a few examples.Pay starts at $11/hr and increases $.50/hr every 200 hrs. or 2 quarters.

USSA Campus Operations Officer at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/10/2017 The USSA Campus Operations Officer coordinates the activities related to USSA for the Office of the External Vice President for Statewide Affairs. Oversees, budget, evaluation, advocacy and training for the participation of the UCSB campus in the United States Students organization. The United States Student Association is the country’s oldest and largest student-led organization. USSA amplifies the student voice by mobilizing grassroots power to win concrete victories on student issues. The USSA Campus Operations Officer Develops and ensures implementation of campaigns including directing the work of other student staff. Must be knowledgeable regarding the efforts of USSA, be organized and have excellent communication skills both orally and written . Must be responsive to a constant fluctuation of daily routines.

Program Management Administrative Assistant at UCSB Enterprise Technology Services

Employer: UCSB Enterprise Technology Services Expires: 10/19/2017 Position Description / Qualifications   The Administrative Assistant position supports the Program Management Office (PMO) that is responsible for overseeing and managing campus-wide information technology projects for the Office of the CIO. The PMO is charged with developing and upgrading systems and processes that affect every member of the UCSB campus community.   Communication and organizational readiness duties include social media posting, helping to compile the annual report, research, website updates, helping with other support as needed.   Financial duties include processing accounts payable, monthly account reconciliations, basic financial analyses, spreadsheet preparation. Other duties as assigned.   Administrative duties include taking notes at meetings/presentations, preparing hiring packets, scheduling job interviews for candidates, preparing interview packets, booking space for events, booking catering for events, other typing/transcribing, filing, phone calls, maintaining the copier (stocked with paper and toner, fixing paper jams, calling for repairs), ordering office supplies, etc. Requirements: •       Experience using Microsoft Office productivity tools, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint. •       Experience using PC and/or Mac. •       Good written and communication skills. •       Excellent attention to detail. •       Self-motivated with good time management skills. •       Ability to take directions and work well independently or with a team. Desired Skills: •       Knowledge of UCSB systems. •       Knowledge of UCSB policies and procedures.

Records Assistant at UCSB Division of Undergraduate Education College of Letters & Science

Employer: UCSB Division of Undergraduate Education College of Letters & Science Expires: 10/20/2017 Under the supervision of the Records Manager must be able to maintain databases and records documents and student data in adherence to FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) guidelines. Perform general clerical office duties, operate copy machine, and scan documents, distribute petitions to departments and Office of the Registrar, remove outdated files sort, coded petitions and other materials, file documents, must possess excellent organizational skills, communicate and dress in a professional manner. Must be proficient with Adobe Acrobat and PDF files, Microsoft Word, and Excel.

Student Network Assistant at UCSB Enterprise Technology Services

Employer: UCSB Enterprise Technology Services Expires: 10/28/2017 Position Description / Qualifications: The Student Network Assistant assists the UCSB Network Operations Center as follows: •       Installation and maintenance of wired and wireless network equipment. •       Installation and maintenance of Uninterruptible Power Supplies. •       Performs routine network diagnostics and remediation. •       Performs cable installations, terminations, and remediation. •       As necessary, assist staff with routine office and other miscellaneous tasks.   Requirements: •       Excellent written and communication skills. •       Self-motivated with good time management skills. •       Ability to take directions and work well independently or as part of a team. •       Ability to operate hand tools, power tools, and network diagnostic tools. •       Able to lift up to 50lbs.   Desired Skills: Understanding of network related concepts and troubleshooting techniques.Enterprise Technology Services (North Hall)

Communications Tech at UCSB Enterprise Technology Services

Employer: UCSB Enterprise Technology Services Expires: 10/28/2017 Testing the emergency phones on campus. Future duties may include WAR drive and other IT work as needed.Qualifications: Excellent communications skills, oral and written. Valid California driver’slicence. Proficient with Excel and Word

Student Ambassador Position at UCSB Annual Fund

Employer: UCSB Annual Fund Expires: 12/18/2017 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 now hiring Student Ambassadors for a resume-building fundraising position.   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/ (805) 893-5685

UCen Dining Deliveries Associate at UCSB, UCen Dining

Employer: UCSB, UCen Dining Expires: 11/01/2017 UCen Dining operates a variety of retail dining options on the UCSB campus and the Deliveries Associate position is part of the team that helps them all to get fresh food and other supplies 3 times per day.  We are looking for people who Can work Wednesday morning.  We hope you consider becoming a part of feeding the UCSB Community!

KCSB-FM Promotions Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 09/28/2017 The Promotions Director coordinates station promotion opportunities such as ticket giveaways, interviews, and tabling at events. As a result, he/she corresponds regularly with local venues, promoters, artists, and others to set up these opportunities. The Promotions Director also maintains a calendar of community events. The Promotions Director works closely with the Production Coordinator to ensure PSAs are made for events the station sponsors or otherwise promotes. The Promotions Director also works with the A.S. Assistant Director for Independent Media and KCSB Advisor on the annual fund drive and other projects to raise the radio station’s visibility. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Administer giveaways Contact with promoters and venues Work with Production Coordinator on PSAs Maintain community calendar Help organize KCSB’s small events for the University and SB communities Lead Promotions Subcommittee Coordinate volunteers for various tabling opportunities Organize and appoint volunteer work for KCSB events 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 the entire school year and 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 goes from October 2017-June 2018. Please answer the following questions in detail on a separate sheet of paper. Only typewritten responses attached to this application will be considered. Please detail any and all relevant experience, inside and outside of KCSB/KJUC. Please provide evidence of any experience, if applicable. What is your current impression of the Promotions Director position? Have you spoken with the current Promotions Director about this position? If so, what have you learned? What kinds of other skills (i.e. technical, organizational, time management, personnel, etc.) do you have that you feel would help you in this position? What is your impression of KCSB, including its values, mission, and significance? Be sure to address every aspect of the station. Why do you want to be KCSB's Promotions Director? What are some of your goals and objectives for this position, KCSB, and the publicity department? What level of time commitment are you willing to devote to the carrying out of your goals and objectives? Is there any additional information you feel is relevant?

Financial & Work-Study Peer at UCSB Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

Employer: UCSB Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Expires: 10/06/2017 Under the direct supervision of the Fiscal Analyst in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, the Financial and Work-Study Peer works as a member of the Fiscal Operations Unit. They assist with data entry and organization of Work-study referrals as well as sending Work-study e-mails to Departments on campus and, when necessary, providing customer service to both students and departments. They help open, organize, and distribute office mail. Following UC cash handling procedures, they process external agency scholarships received in the mail or turned in by students. Other miscellaneous office/financial duties and projects as assigned.  Hours may vary from approximately 8-20 hours per week depending on workload and student’s class, midterm and finals schedule. Qualifications: The candidate should possess the following skills:  General Office Competencies: Proficient in phone & email etiquette Fluent in MS Office Suite; in particular, Excel, Word and Outlook. Data entry Financial analysis Ability to accurately take phone messages and return phone calls Efficient in filing and organizing files  Special Projects: Organization of files Creation of database & tracking spreadsheets  FOU Financial Assistant Peer must be able to: Maintain a good working knowledge of outside scholarship proceduresWork independently with critical deadlines and confidential informationServe as a resource to the OFAS staff, outside scholarship agencies, and studentsUnderstand and apply all FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act) policy and procedures  Other Competencies: Ability to follow UC cash handling procedures General financial experience Excellent customer service skills and an ability to communicate effectively in sensitive and confidential situations Analytical skills Strong attention to detail and organizational skills Ability to understand and apply federal, state, and university regulations, policies and procedures

Classroom Organizer at UCSB Extension

Employer: UCSB Extension Expires: 10/07/2017 Class Organizers are responsible for delivering keys and evaluations to the instructor on the first day of class. In addition, the Class Organizer assists instructors with classroom media equipment, distributes handouts and surveys as needed and monitors student check in. Class Organizers also assist with orientations and other events held by Extension. An ideal candidate must be dependable, highly communicative and comfortable working with instructors and students. Desirable qualifications include knowledge and familiarity with a variety of A/V equipment such as laptops, computers, data projectors as well as software such as the Microsoft Office Suite and G Suite. Positions are approximately 8-10 hours a week at the beginning of the quarter, with intermittent work throughout the quarter.   Class Organizers are needed throughout the year, including during the summer. Courses are held weekdays and weekends in the mornings, afternoons and evenings.

AS Program Board Office Assistant at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/02/2017 Coordinates functions in the AS Program Board office including general reception and clerical duties and archival responsibilities. May assist in research and implementation of long-term projects related to Associated Students.   This position requires organizational and computer skills including extensive knowledge of computer applications and internet resources. Must have knowledge of computers and applications including Microsoft Word and Excel programs.  Must be able to work on multiple tasks with frequent interruptions.

ONDAS Student Center Graduate Student Program Assistants at UCSB ONDAS Student Center

Employer: UCSB ONDAS Student Center Expires: 10/28/2017 Description: The University of California, Santa Barbara ONDAS Student Center (OSC) seeks 50% time Graduate Student Program Assistants for a center dedicated to supporting the success of current and future first-year experience students including freshman and transfers. The OSC is a space for UCSB’s first-year students to make connections: with other students, with the resources across campus, and with pathways to academic and career success. In partnership with numerous departments and units across campus, the Center provides programming, workshops, and activities to support the successful adjustment of first-year students to UCSB.   Graduate students hired for these positions will be critical components of Center operations. For example, Graduate Student Program Assistants will provide mentoring to undergraduate freshman and first-generation college students, assist in the development and promotion of the Center, and participate in special projects to enhance student success.   Job Responsibilities: § Provide mentoring to OSC peer mentors and students who utilize Center space and services; § Working with the OSC Director and Student Activities Coordinator, develop and assist in the coordination of Center workshops, programs, and activities; § Develop marketing materials for the Center and assist in managing social media platforms; § Provide updates on the OSC website when necessary; § Provide administrative support for the Center space; § Along with the OSC Director and Student Activities Coordinator, carry out special projects and coordinate partnerships as necessary to enhance student outcomes and academic success; and § Assist in the continued development and promotion of the ONDAS Student Center.   Required Qualifications: § Currently enrolled UCSB graduate student during the time of appointment with a minimum 3.0 GPA, making normal progress towards the graduate degree as outlined by Graduate Division; § Ability to demonstrate cross-cultural sensitivity and interact with diverse populations; § Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; § Ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects; § Knowledge of campus departments/units and resources; § Ability to work up to 50% time (20 hours); and § Ability to attend weekly staff meetings.   Desirable Qualifications: § Extensive experience working with undergraduate students; § Experience with graphic design software and marketing; § Understanding of first-year student experiences; § Former undergraduate first-generation student; and   The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.   Compensation and Title: Hourly Rate: $21.00-$23.00 Working Title: Assistant*  *Please note that this payroll title does not qualify you for fee remission.  To Apply: A completed application packet includes: § Cover letter § Curriculum vitae (most recently updated) § List of 3 references (name and contact information only)   Please submit your completed application in the order above as a single PDF and emailed with “OSC Graduate Student Assistant” subject line to:   Malaphone Phommasa, PhD Director, Academic Success Initiatives Kerr Hall 1150 805-893-4777   First consideration for applicants will be October 6, 2017 by 5pm PST. Applications accepted until positions are filled.