JobFeed - On Campus

Managed File Transfer Student Intern at UCSB Enterprise Technology Services

Employer: UCSB Enterprise Technology Services Expires: 06/04/2018 As a Managed File Transfer student Intern, you will assist the MFT Administrator in creating and maintaining scripts used to securely interface data between varied software applications through a network.  We will teach you our MFT software system. You will provide an eagerness to learn and contribute to the team's efforts. Qualifications: a.   Strong written and oral communication skills. b.   Strong analytical and problem solving skills. c.   Knowledge of computer scripting languages such as Unix shell scripting, Perl, VBScript. d.   Knowledge of HTML as used to write Wiki pages. e.   Knowledge of file transfer protocols ftp, sftp, and https.

Student Copy Operator at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Publications Expires: 02/24/2018 Provides a variety of technical support to the publication side of the David B Miller AS Publications. Responsible for assisting in the process by which classroom readers are ordered, prepared and reproduced. Provides pick-up and delivery of materials from professors or TA’s throughout the campus as needed. Could update and improve advertising of the service in collaboration with other student staff and suggest ideas to keep training manuals up to date. Requires ability to handle pressure of strict deadlines, flexibility and able to multi-task. Good customer services skills in dealing with professors, University staff and representatives from student organizations. Requires attention to detail and accuracy, knowledge of computers and copy machines, general clerical duties and a positive attitude. Must be willing to work shifts as early as 8am. Must be available to work occasional evening and weekend hours, especially during the first week of the quarter and some break periods.

UCSB CalFresh Advocate at Foodbank of Santa Barbara County

Employer: Foodbank of Santa Barbara County Expires: 02/16/2018 UCSB CalFresh Advocate(Must be Work Study Eligible)      The mission of the Foodbank is to provide nourishment to those in need by acquiring and distributing safe nutritious foods via 300+ local agencies and providing education to solve hunger and nutrition problems in Santa Barbara County. As the UCSB CalFresh Advocate you will assist the Outreach Manager in the coordination and administration of the CalFresh(SNAP) program through the UCSB Food Security Team.   Position title: UCSB CalFresh Advocate   Reports to: Outreach Manager   Start date: February 20th 2018   Duties and responsibilities: Understand of terms and regulations pertaining to the CalFresh ProgramPre-screen potential applicants and assist with the entire application processPrepare materials and attend outreach community events Attend necessary staff meetings and trainingsTrack outreach activities including outcomes and barriers and report in a timely manner Represent the Foodbank in the community as needed   Skills, education and experience Working on a team & independentlyPresentation skills required Sensitive to needs of diverse communityBilingual & biliterate: Spanish & English Compassionate and caringKnowledge of federal nutrition programs preferredMust be able to maintain strict confidentiality regarding client informationAbility to work flexible hours Valid California driver’s license Proficient in Power Point, Excel, Access, Outlook Word etc. Strong organization, written and oral communication skills.     Email resume and work objectives by responding to this posting. No phone calls, please. ebaumann@foodbanksbc.org   The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County embraces a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Our goal is to attract, develop, retain and promote a talented diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential.

Office of Summer Sessions - Student Assistant at UCSB Summer Sessions

Employer: UCSB Summer Sessions Expires: 02/24/2018 The Office of Summer Sessions seeks to employ several students as Student Assistants in Student Support Services. In collaboration with Summer Sessions’ career staff, Summer Assistants provide summer students and faculty with a high level of professional service that includes student advising, general office support, and special program support. We seek assistants interested in gaining (or continuing to gain) work experience in a professional environment that promotes collaboration, excellence and customer service.Summer Sessions coordinates the summer term courses offered by academic departments as well as offers special programs for UC and non-UC students with various goals or interests. Among the special programs are the pre-college programs (i.e., Early Start Program (ESP), Science Engineering Research Academy (SERA) and Research Mentorship Program (RMP)) which allow qualified high school students an opportunity to study and conduct research at the university level. For newly admitted freshmen, we offer the Freshman Summer Start Program (FSSP) that allows the newly admitted student to begin their coursework during summer Job Title: Student Assistant Salary: $12.00/hour Employment Dates: April 2, 2018 – mid-August Average Hours/Week: Spring quarter: 10-20 hours/week Summer – Session A: 10-30 hours/week Summer – Session B: 10-20 hours/week (may include some evenings and 2 weekends) Requirements:   Must be a current UCSB undergraduate or graduate student with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Please note that if you will be graduating in March or June 2018 and/or you are not returning to UCSB as a student in fall 2018, you are not eligible for this Student Assistant program. Qualifications:                      ·         Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills ·         Excellent follow-through with assigned tasks ·         Strong attention to detail ·         Act appropriately as an official representative of Summer Sessions and the University ·         Demonstrate cross-cultural sensitivity and awareness when interacting with students and/or parents ·         Ability to work effectively under pressure and deadlines ·         Patience, stamina, and good humor Not required but great extras:·         Previous work experience as an Orientation Program staff member ·         Previous participant in any UCSB summer program ·         Peer advisor in a UCSB academic department or college office ·         Familiarity with social media ·         Experience with data entry/Microsoft Office Suite/SalesforceJob Duties:                            ·         Assist the Summer Sessions’ staff to answer phone, email, social media, and in-person inquiries of summer programs or courses from non-UC students, continuing UCSB students, new incoming students and their parents ·         Process online applications and other paperwork ·         Data entry (no previous experience required; we will train) ·         Staff program and/or marketing events  for “Main Session,” Freshman Summer Start, and/or the pre-college programs during spring and/or summer ·         Other duties as assignedTo Apply:Email the following documents to Katie Anderson @ k.anderson@summer.ucsb.edu:1) Cover letter which will include a discussion of your plans for attending summer 2018 courses and number of units in each session2) Current resume3) Projected spring 2018 schedule including days/times4) Copy of your unofficial transcript If you have any questions, please feel free to call (805.893.2069) or send an email k.anderson@summer.ucsb.eduFor primary consideration, applications are due Friday, February 23, 2018.

Office of Summer Sessions - Pre-College Student Assistant at UCSB Summer Sessions

Employer: UCSB Summer Sessions Expires: 02/17/2018 The Office of Summer Sessions seeks to employ a Pre-College programs Student Assistant. Together with Summer Sessions’ staff, our Student Assistants provide a high level of professional service that includes student advising, general office support, and program-specific event support. We seek a Student Assistant interested in gaining (or continuing to gain) work experience in a professional environment that promotes collaboration, excellence and customer service.  Summer Sessions coordinates the courses offered by academic departments during the summer term, as well as offers special programs for UC and non-UC students with diverse goals or interests. These summer programs are offered to students at both the high school and college level. Detailed information about these programs may be found at www.summer.ucsb.edu.  Job Title:                    Student Assistant Salary:                        $12/hour Employment Dates:    April 2, 2018 – August 10, 2018 Average Hours/Week: Spring quarter: 10-20 hours/week Summer – Session A: 20-30 hours/week Requirements: ·       Must be a current UCSB undergraduate or graduate student with a minimum 3.0 GPA and not graduating in June 2018. Qualifications:            ·       Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills ·       Excellent follow-through with assigned tasks ·       Strong attention to detail ·       Act appropriately as an official representative of Summer Sessions and the University ·       Demonstrate cross-cultural sensitivity and awareness when interacting with fellow students and/or their parents ·       Ability to work effectively under pressure and deadlines ·       Patience, stamina and good humor                                     Not required but great extras: ·       Familiarity with social media ·       Experience with data entry/Microsoft Office Suite ·       Experience with Google Documents and Sheets ·       Previous participant in any UCSB summer program ·       Peer advisor in a UCSB academic department or college office ·       Previous research experience Job Duties:                  ·       Assist the Summer Sessions’ staff to answer phone, email, social media, and in-person inquiries of summer Pre-College programs or general courses from non-UC students and their parents ·       Process online applications and other paperwork ·       Data entry (no previous experience required; we will train) ·       Other duties as assigned To Apply: ·       Email your resume to Sean Kerr: s.kerr@summer.ucsb.edu. Additionally, please include a cover letter in your email stating why you are interested and qualified for this position. If you have any questions, please feel free to call (805.893.7053) or send an email. Position is open until filled, but for primary consideration, applications are due Friday, February 23, 2018.

Social Media Coordinator for UC Santa Barbara Public Affairs & Communications at UCSB Office of Public Affairs & Communications

Employer: UCSB Office of Public Affairs & Communications Expires: 02/04/2018 Careers in social media in the "real world" are at an all-time high! Gain experience and get your foot in the door with this fun and important campus opportunity. Serve as a frontline coordinator for UC Santa Barbara social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) in the Office of Public Affairs & Communications. Coordinator will be responsible for planning and publishing positive and engaging content targeted to prospective students, current students, alumni, and the campus community at large. In consultation with the office’s production team, coordinator will generate ideas for content, plan posts via content calendar, seek or develop supporting media, then draft and publish posts. Content will be aimed at celebrating campus achievements. The ideal candidate will demonstrate creativity, work well with cross-functional teams, exhibit a knack for research, possess a strong Gaucho spirit, and be available to occasionally post breaking news or updates during nonstandard business hours. Excellent written and verbal communications skills required. Accuracy, attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines, and ability to multi-task are also critical for success. Prior experience managing organizational social media accounts is preferred. Graphic design skills a plus.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES OF THE JOB Monitor, manage and maintain active profiles on a variety of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Support campus reputation by deploying positive messaging in a consistent and engaging fashion. Manage social media audiences and strategies; recommend and implement initiatives to engage participants in these web platforms. Respond to inquiries received via social media channels. Using available UCSB media outlets, research information relevant to audiences; synthesize this into actionable, engaging content for posting. Develop and maintain working relationships with internal and cross-campus staff to identify and amplify stories that deliver on content strategy. Write and edit social posts; publish via HootSuite. Regularly monitor social media tools, trends and applications so findings can be appropriately applied with regard to UCSB’s social media presence (macro-trends in social media and micro-trends in higher education).  Monitor engagement in social media channels and continually optimize approach based on learnings.  Depending on experience, design unique visual content in support of key messages. $10.50 per hour. We are flexible with a schedule of up to 16 work hours per week around your academics. Work must be performed on-site at the Office of Public Affairs & Communications in Cheadle or Phelps Hall. Apply with cover letter and resume by February 3, 2018

UCapture Campus Ambassador - Help our green-tech company fight climate change at UCapture

Employer: UCapture Expires: 01/01/2019 UCapture Brand AmbassadorPaid, Part-Time Job with a Green Tech Company Want to fight climate change? Build your resume? Make money? If yes, read on! UCapture is a green-tech company that reduces our users’ Carbon Footprint when they shop with over 4,000 partner websites. We accomplish this by funding projects that reduce greenhouse gases – like reforestation and methane capture – all at zero cost to our users! It’s the Easy, Fun, and Free way to #LiveCarbonNeutral We seek Brand Ambassadors to engage their school to UCapture and expand our environmental impact. Your Role •Recruit & educate new users to UCapture •Collect feedback to improve our service •Engage campus groups, local businesses •Provide original content for our blog •Social media, other electronic marketing Job Description •Part-time, targeting 2-5 hours per week •Work whenever and wherever you want •No long-term commitment required Qualifications •Passionate about the environment •Public speaking skills (willingness to try) •Entrepreneurial spirit, self-motivated •Creativity and originality •Strong writing skills Compensation •$10 / Hour, raise every 50 hrs. worked •+ 6% commission on referrals’ activity •Hands-on entrepreneurial learning Application Instructions •Send your Resume to: avery@ucapture.com •Use the Subject: Campus Ambassador @ Your School Name •Mention any environmental experience / engagement in the email

Pardall Center Office Assistant at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Administration Expires: 02/06/2018 The Pardall Center Office Assistant is responsible for clerical tasks and administrative support for the AS Pardall Center under the supervision of the Isla Vista Community Advisor. This student staffs the front desk, answers phones and emails, welcomes and assists visitors in the use of the space, assists with Pardall Center events, maintains computer and office equipment, manages social media and assists with other administrative tasks and special projects as requested by the Isla Vista Community Advisor. The Office Assistant must be self-motivated, reliable and able to work independently on a variety of projects, and be willing to work evening and/or weekends as needed. The successful candidate must have strong skills in the following areas: customer service, oral and written communications, and basic Mac computer skills. Bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency is strongly preferred. The Office Assistant should be familiar with Isla Vista and resources in the area. Those who qualify for work study may apply for this position.

UCIV Team Leader at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Administration Expires: 02/06/2018 Under the supervision of the Isla Vista Community Advisor, the UCIV Team Leaders lead teams of volunteers in Isla Vista as part of A.S. Public Safety Commission’s UCIV volunteer program. The Team Leader ensures all UCIV policies and procedures are followed; assists volunteers in their duties; provides education and training to volunteers; keeps in regular communication with the UCIV Coordinator and reports any key contacts made with residents during shifts. UCIV Team Leaders and volunteers interact with Isla Vista residents and visitors to provide them with knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their own and the community’s well-being. They act as mediators to prevent conflict and promote peaceful interactions between public safety officers and Isla Vista residents and visitors to the community. When needed, the volunteers connect people with medical services or other public safety officials. The UCIV Team Leader must be self-motivated, reliable, able to work independently, and able to work weekend evenings. The ideal candidate should have received training in some or all of the following areas: Safe Space, CARE (Camps Advocacy, Resources & Education), Alcohol and Other Drugs Certification, CPR Certification, LRC Know Your Rights, Undocumented Student Services Training. In addition, the Team Leader must have excellent oral and written communication skills and bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency is preferred. This position requires someone who has experience and enjoys working with a diverse community in a student-driven environment. The UCIV Team Leader should be familiar with Isla Vista and area resources. Must remain nonjudgmental and help to promote culture change in Isla Vista through peer-to-peer accountability. Those who qualify for work study may apply for this position.

Ole-UCSB Mascot at UCSB ICA Athletic Training

Employer: UCSB ICA Athletic Training Expires: 06/17/2018 Marketing/Promotion Mascot is the face of the UCSB Athletics to the public and are responsible forpresenting UCSB Athletics marketing and promotions in the best light. They interact with fans and the publicconstantly and therefore must be professional, friendly, and have an enthusiastic attitude for promoting Gaucho athletic events.They will gain valuable leadership experience in marketing and fan development and learn the behind-the-scenes of a collegiate athletic event.Be knowledgeable of, and comply with NCAA, Big West Conference and University rules, policies andregulations applicable to the performance of this position.

Student Assistant at UCSB Extension

Employer: UCSB Extension Expires: 02/01/2018 A Student Assistant is responsible for assisting Program Directors and Managers with coordinating programs and events; inputting data into databases; maintaining department records; scanning and compiling documents; answering student questions; emailing and communicating with instructors; assisting instructors during after hours courses; maintaining and troubleshooting A/V equipment; and other tasks as needed.   The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, possess the ability to work with minimum supervision and make independent decisions. Assignments require use of discretion and judgment. Duties are performed under direct supervision from assigned staff; work is regularly reviewed and may entail detailed instructions.  Student Assistant candidate must be available during the summer quarter. Most work will take place between 8am-5pm however, candidate must be available for occasional early morning (6am-8am) or after hours (5pm-10pm) shifts. Must have familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite, G Suite, and be willing and able to efficiently learn other software programs as needed. Experience with Mac and PCs is required.   Multiple positions are needed.

Student Assistant at UCSB Extension

Employer: UCSB Extension Expires: 02/01/2018 A Student Assistant is responsible for assisting Program Directors and Managers with coordinating programs and events; inputting data into databases; maintaining department records; scanning and compiling documents; answering student questions; emailing and communicating with instructors; assisting instructors during after hours courses; maintaining and troubleshooting A/V equipment; and other tasks as needed.   The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, possess the ability to work with minimum supervision and make independent decisions. Assignments require use of discretion and judgment. Duties are performed under direct supervision from assigned staff; work is regularly reviewed and may entail detailed instructions.  Student Assistant candidate must be available during the summer quarter. Most work will take place between 8am-5pm however, candidate must be available for occasional early morning (6am-8am) or after hours (5pm-10pm) shifts. Must have familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite, G Suite, and be willing and able to efficiently learn other software programs as needed. Experience with Mac and PCs is required.   Multiple positions are needed.

Laboratory organization glassware worker at UCSB Marine Science Institute

Employer: UCSB Marine Science Institute Expires: 02/01/2018 Laboratory Organization and Glassware Worker:Work study employee will assist in general lab organization and to wash and store laboratory glassware.  This position requires lifting of heavy boxes and storage containers and other equipment.  Desired (but not mandatory) qualifications include coursework in general chemistry courses and some experience in a laboratory environment along with good organization skills.  Please submit resume and unofficial transcript along with probable best windows during the week that you are available to work.

Parking Permit Sales Clerk at UCSB Transportation & Parking Services

Employer: UCSB Transportation & Parking Services Expires: 03/01/2018 GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIESAct as a customer service representative for Transportation and Parking Services, Permit Sales Office. Assist campus community and visitors with identifying appropriate parking permits for their needs. Will be accountable for : Cash, cash equivalents, permit inventory, cash balancing and demonstrate accuracy in maintaining a change fund. Must have excellent customer service skills, communication skills and be punctual. Cashiering experience is desirable. Will be cross-trained with other units within the department to assist with large events, conferences, athletic activities, concerts, etc. Must dress in accordance with uniform standards  and department dress codes.Must understand University environment and climate. ESSENTIAL DUTIES:As a part of the Permit Sales/Visitor information team, sells parking permits to faculty, staff, students, vendors and campus visitors at TPS Sales Office. Enters data into departmental and/or vendor databases, as appropriate. Codes transaction to various revenue centers and rings credit card, cash, check and payroll deduction transactions into the sales register. Maintains accountability for cash fund. Reconciles revenue by identifying and resolving discrepancies. Follows UC campus internal control policies for cash handling. Balances daily to internal sales activity report. Prepares cashier collection sheet for deposits into multiple revenue accounts. Maintains appropriate logs(i.e., refund requests) and reports discrepancies. Communicates information vital to the access to parking at UCSB. Responsible for providing information via phone, e-mail and in person, regarding Transportation and Parking Services including permit eligibility and sales, enforcement, the Transportation Alternatives Programs (TAP) and special events that pertain to parking. Provides maps and explains parking regulations affiliated with selected permits to new employees, vendors, campus visitors, faculty, staff and visitors. Ensures that the information provided is correct and up to date. May assist in providing coverage in the visitor information Kiosk in the event of staffing shortages.  

Art Model at UCSB College of Creative Studies

Employer: UCSB College of Creative Studies Expires: 04/01/2018 We are looking for art models for CCS drawing and painting classes.  The models are completely nude.  This job requires 3 things-that the model show up and on time, can hold a pose for 3 hours (with breaks, of course) and do this without clothing.  The class and professor are serious artists, there is not auditing of the class (no visitors) and the atmosphere is both professional and relaxed.The classes this quarter are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-4 pm.  Please email me at marianne.morris@ccs.ucsb.edu if you are interested and to set up a time to meet and talk about this position.

Software Development Engineer Intern at UCSB Enterprise Technology Services

Employer: UCSB Enterprise Technology Services Expires: 06/08/2018 Come be part of an exciting group called SEAL (Software Engineering Architecture & LifeCycle) with in Enterprise Technology Services at UCSB. Our goal is to develop cutting edge software and interfaces to integrate various systems on campus. We are seeking a motivated and detail-oriented student to help us develop code and software. Qualifications: Our current development stack includes, Java, JavaScript, Java Spring Boot and limited Dot Net framework. Responsibilities include understanding design specifications, diving deep into the software development, and developing end to end solutions that meet customer business needs. The position will be assigned a senior level Software Development Engineer to guide and mentor along the way.Ability to learn computer software while carefully following instructions required.  A good understanding of the Java core language, especially developing web applications is required. UX experience is a desirable qualification.

Journal Editorial Assistant at UCSB Electrical & Computer Engineering

Employer: UCSB Electrical & Computer Engineering Expires: 01/20/2018 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.

Digital Marketing & Media Internship at UCSB Summer Sessions at UCSB Summer Sessions

Employer: UCSB Summer Sessions Expires: 02/01/2018 Digital Marketing & Media Internship at UCSB Summer Sessions Responsibilities:  - Assist in the creation and implementation of department marketing campaigns   - Create and curate weekly content for Facebook and Instagram (May include photographs, graphic art, and videos)   - Maintain social media pages: schedule posts, measure engagement, and respond to messages/inquires on social media pages. - Coordinate and participate in campus outreach events - Assist with general office tasks: email communications, organize marketing materials, and maintain spreadsheets.  - Available to work during the Spring Quarter 5–10 hours per week.   Skills:  - Extensive experience with social media platforms   - Basic knowledge of marketing principles  - Excellent written and verbal communication  - Photography experience (personal or professional)  - General videography skills are not mandatory, but desired

UCSB Office of Development Student Assistant - Development Research Unit at UCSB Office of Development - Prospect Research Unit

Employer: UCSB Office of Development - Prospect Research Unit Expires: 09/01/2018 The Prospect Research Unit, within the Office of Development, is currently looking for a studentassistant. We are located in Phelps Hall on campus, however this position will be housed inThe Gevirtz Graduate School of Education on campus. The Research staff has a high regard for the nature of the information it gathers and respects the confidentiality and privacy of its donors and prospects. This prospect data is stored in a central database, Advance. All students will be thoroughly trained.  Studen12-15 hours per week.  Work schedules are flexible with any school schedules or designated University “breaks”, and are adjusted each quarter.General DutiesComputer Research:Perform research using Internet databases, plus Development’s custom database AdvanceResearch corporations, foundations, and individualsAssisting research staff on a variety of research and data projectsProspect Tracking Support:Update and maintenance of Advance databaseAttention to detail and data integrityAdministrative Support:Filing and maintenance of office filesAssisting with mailings including:Creation of materials such as letters or invitationsMonitoring responses to mailingHandling returned mail including updates to AdvanceComputer Skills:Student assistants will need to have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, AdobeAcrobat, Google, Internet Explorer (or other browser), and basic email applications within a PCenvironment. Additionally, student assistants must have an aptitude for furthering their computerknowledge, as training will be provided on other specific-use software and databases.Starting Pay is $11.00/hr.If interested, please contact:Theresa EbreoProspect Research AnalystUCSB Office of Development(805) 893-5742theresa.ebreo@ucsb.edu

Pages