Employer: UCSB - Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Expires: 10/07/2017 The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP) at UC Santa Barbara is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to work with development staff to advance our fundraising and marketing capabilities. Intern will report to the Senior Director of Development, and will support special development projects, events, and our annual Friends of KITP campaign. Intern will also have a major voice in our online presence, including: social media, website, blog, and online distribution of press releases and information. We work hard but we have a great time; and you’ll have the chance to work directly with KITP staff and faculty members. There will be lots of networking events and professional development opportunities. Responsibilities Include: Supporting and promoting various fundraising projects. Working closely with development staff to increase fundraising efforts. Grant research and prospecting. Logistics and branding for special events. Writing, editing, and publishing press releases, blog articles, and donor related materials. Encouragement and support for volunteers, community members, and staff members. Social media management. Preferred Skills: Experience with social media tools (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube). Familiarity with photo and video applications. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office suite and Adobe Creative Suite a plus. This position is unpaid, but will offer extensive networking opportunities and avenues for growth. We are looking for a passionate and creative addition to our team. Preference will be given to candidates who are interested in a year-long internship but Fall Quarter only candidates will be considered. To Apply, please send resume, cover letter, and statement of availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employer: UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute Expires: 12/21/2017 This position is in the Neuroscience Research Institute in Biology II, 6th floor. The job duties include filing, data entry, distributing mail, procurement activities, campus deliveries and other office duties as assigned.
Employer: UCSB Transportation & Parking Services Expires: 12/20/2017 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.
Employer: UCSB Office of Admissions Expires: 10/24/2017 Gaucho Tour Guides are the official student ambassadors of UC Santa Barbara, employed by the Office of Admissions Visitor Center. Their primary responsibility is to lead tours of the campus to help over 50,000 visitors learn about the offerings of UC Santa Barbara. All guides are required to attend monthly staff meetings and lead 10 tours per quarter. During spring quarter, guides may be required to work on weekends. In addition to tours, experienced tour guides have opportunities to represent UC Santa Barbara at off campus recruitment events and on social media. All Gaucho Tour Guides are also members of the Gaucho Tour Association, our registered campus organization and social group.Work study eligible students are highly encouraged to apply.
Employer: UCSB First Expires: 12/19/2017 UCSB First MissionThe UCSB First mission is to foster a campus-wide culture of philanthropy. Our goal is to raise awareness with UCSB students about the importance of private giving, which makes our outstanding educational experience possible. We strive to inspire students to get involved with philanthropy now because collectively, we can make a difference.Overview of Role:As a member of the UCSB First Board of Directors, the Creative Director supports the Co-Chairs by managing UCSB First’s visual aesthetic and branding through design, photography, and videography. The Creative Director role leads the the creative team by providing direction and guidance to the subcommittee members, which includes the Head of Photography and Head of Videography. This role works closely with the Director of Public Relations to ensure that UCSB First is represented in the most positive and engaging light. Key Competencies:Demonstrated Passion for PhilanthropyHighly organized and timely Excellent Communication (both written & verbal) and Interpersonal SkillsSelf-motivated with Excellent Time Management Skills Ability to work Collaboratively within a Team Environment and Lead a team of peersSkilled with a Camera. Experience with Graphic Design.Responsibilities:Professionally represent the Office of Development and UCSBBe seen as an ambassador of a culture of giving with UCSB students; Actively educate Committee Members about the importance of philanthropy and the mission & goals of UCSB FirstMaintain consistent branding for UCSB First’s materials Take pictures and videos of UCSB First eventsLead a sub-group of the UCSB First Committee, comprised of Head of Photography and Head of Videography Facilitate weekly meetings with your team and the Co-Chairs to discuss ongoing campus and UCSB First eventsEnsure that your team is prepared for the bi-weekly UCSB First Committee Meetings by following through on attendance, participation, and readinessCommunicate frequently with Co-Chairs to ensure alignment and support with overall plan
Employer: UCSB Environmental Health & Safety Expires: 09/28/2017 Assists in a variety of technical, clerical and miscellaneous tasks in support of the campus radiation safety program. Monitors, inspects incoming radioisotope shipments and delivers radioisotopes to campus laboratories, conducts testing of radioisotope fume hoods, performs data base entry, assists in the maintenance of inventory and calibration of radiation survey meters, collects radioactive waste from campus laboratories, assists in the processing, sampling of radioactive waste and other radioactive samples. Assist in other areas as assigned
Employer: UCSB Department of Chemical Engineering Expires: 10/01/2017 Chemical Engineering Lab seeks a motivated freshman or sophomore willing to work 5-10 hours per week. Flexible hours with greater work load available over the breaks. Requirements: Experience in LabVIEW, Excel, strong mechanical aptitude, general knowledge of chemistry/lab safety and a positive demeanor.
Employer: California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) Expires: 12/18/2017 BNL Intern Job Title: Laboratory Assistant Job Description: The Biological Nanostructures Lab (BNL) in the California NanoSystems Institute seeks an undergraduate student intern to help with lab cleaning and maintenance. The BNL Intern will work as part of a team ensuring the operational efficiency of a core research facility. Must be highly responsible, organized, dedicated, and have a strong attention to detail. The BNL Intern will need to be able to commit 10 hours per week to the position. Job tasks include lab cleaning and maintenance, basic training and set up of new lab users, maintaining laboratory stocks, and instrument verification. Possibility of increased responsibilities with experience. Job Tasks: Daily tasks include general laboratory cleaning and maintenance, glassware washing, autoclaving labware and biohazardous waste, lab organization and stocking. Additional tasks include lab safety and basic equipment training for new BNL users, set up of new BNL user documentation, and maintaining lab stocks. Desired Major: Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Materials, Biology, Ecology Sophomore or Junior desired Pay: $10.50 - 15/hr DOE Expected Time: 10 hr/week
Employer: UCSB Department of Chemical Engineering Expires: 09/29/2017 Purchasing assistant, received packages, uploads packing slips to the Gateway purchasing system, email for packing slips. Assist with posting and electronic filing of procurement activity to our financial system and electronic filing system.
Employer: UCSB Collaborate (College of Letters and Science) - Collaborate Student Support Center Expires: 06/08/2018 The Collaborate Student Support Center is always looking for outgoing and dedicated undergraduate student employees. General duties include helping users and faculty with various software problems they come across, and general administrative tasks in the labs. Although the Consultant position is an entry-level position, you will have many opportunities for advancement and pay increases. Consultants must work at least 10 hours per week. Hours are flexible to accommodate class schedules.
Employer: UCSB Student Health Service Expires: 10/06/2017 Student Health Radiology department is seeking work study students to work the front office. Applicants must be able to work various days/times Monday through Friday during our regular business hours 8-5. We will work around your class schedule. Employees will be working the Radiology front desk and providing customer service to the patient population. Type of work involved is checking the patient in, answering phones, scheduling appointments, billing, entering reports into charts and any other daily tasks that are needed at the time. Requirements: Prior experience preferred but not required. Strong communication skills, ability to multi-task, self motivated, outstanding work ethic, fast learner.
Employer: UCSB Business and Financial Services Expires: 10/14/2017 Student Assistant IFront Desk Cashier Cashiers Office, Business & Financial Services 1212 SAASB General Summary of Duties/Responsibilities:Serves as the first point of contact for customers. Cash handling - process payments into CashNet. Answer phones.
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Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 10/05/2017 As a Student Event Staff, your primary responsibility is managing risk and assuring that events run smoothly at a variety of athletic fields and facilities on campus. The majority of our events occur on Friday, Saturday and Sundays and occasionally within the week. These events include, but are not limited to, Sport Club and Student Organization’s games and tournaments, and Department special events and collaborations. The focus of these events varies in nature from highly competitive teams to group’s building camaraderie and everything in between. Our goal is to provide participants with a safe and enjoyable experience. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Event/equipment set up and take down Procure participant signed waivers at the beginning of the event Self-initiate implementation of Rec Sports and Recreation Department protocol and field/facility policies Monitor event field/facility and equipment, as well as participants and spectators for safety prior and throughout event Provide clear communication with participants and spectators when establishing or enforcing Rec Sports expectations Be prepared for an emergency response Be the first on the scene when there is an injury, physical/verbal dispute or if any other immediate attention is required Document clearly and complete facility reports, injury reports and incident reports and turn in to the proper location.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/14/2017 Event Assistants work with Program Board Coordinators in the production of ASPB events including concerts, movies, lectures and special events. Event Assistants working as event staff perform ushering and crowd management duties including taking tickets, guarding doors, and managing crowd flow. Event Assistants protect and guard University property, maintain order among the public, control entry to restricted areas, inspect areas to prevent accidents and other hazards, direct visitors and answer questions.This position requires good communication and problem-solving skills as well as the ability to lift and move heavy objects. Event Assistants must be able to work on multiple tasks with frequent interruptions and must be even-tempered and able to remain calm under sometimes stressful conditions. Event Staff responsibilities: Prevent people from entering event facilities without purchasing tickets or from entering restricted areas without proper authorization. Event staff can act as ticket takers or may check ID cards at entrances. Monitor lines at entryways, the ticket office, or at events. Prevent entry of prohibited or illegal items into events. Protect equipment, vehicles and other property from vandalism, theft, or abuse by unauthorized personnel. Set-up security stanchions, barricades, and other security/crowd management equipment. Identify potential disturbances or people who require medical attention and report the information to Community Services Officers or Campus Police. Act as information resource for event attendees. Direct crowds in emergency evacuation and assist building staff in the event of emergency.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/14/2017 Event Assistants work with Program Board Coordinators in the production of ASPB events including concerts, movies, lectures and special events. Event Assistants working in production provide manual assistance in all aspects of sound and light set-up and additional event set-up duties as assigned. These Assistants typically work as part of a regular crew or as assistants to professional production crew. This position requires good communication and problem-solving skills as well as the ability to lift and move heavy objects. Event Assistants must be able to work on multiple tasks with frequent interruptions and must be even-tempered and able to remain calm under sometimes stressful conditions. Production responsibilities: Install, operate, and maintain sound recording and sound reinforcement equipment. Perform related equipment operation for public performances. Install, operate and maintain theatrical lighting equipment. Load and unload trucks or other common carriers. Assist in installation and operation of various equipment. Perform manual duties in the receiving, storing, and installation of equipment and apparatus for public performances including moving heavy items, drums, crates, or other containers. Protect equipment, vehicles and other property from vandalism, theft, or abuse by unauthorized personnel. Set-up security stanchions, barricades, and other security/crowd management equipment, as necessary.Direct crowds in emergency evacuation and assist event staff and building staff in the event of emergency. Other duties as assigned by Production Coordinator, Asst Production Coordinators, Asst. Director for Student Programs or Program Advisor.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/07/2017 Under the direction of the A.S. Art Director, the student photographer will work with a variety of Associated Students boards, committees, and commissions to photograph their events and set up and direct shoots for promotional assignments. The photographer will also take professional portraits of students for ~2 hours per week using the studio in the A.S. Media Center. Must have experience using DSLR cameras.This is an on-campus position for ~2 hours per week. Shooting for events will be assigned as needed, and may require availability on weekends and/or evenings. Work study is available.
Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/07/2017 Under the direction of the A.S. Art Director, the student graphic artist will work with a variety of Associated Students boards, committees, and commissions to produce posters, logos, t-shirt designs, advertisements, brochures, and other materials as needed. The student graphic artist will also participate in the Creative Media Unit to assist in the department's marketing and other creative projects.This is an on-campus position, 8-10 hours a week. Work study is available.
Employer: UCSB Department of Ecology, Evolution, & Marine Biology Expires: 12/11/2017 General Summary of Duties and Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Lab Manager and Lab Coordinators, the undergraduate lab assistant is responsible for assisting staff and personnel in the preparation and operation of the Introductory to Biology laboratory courses. *This is not an undergraduate research position* Job Functions and Duties: Assists staff in weekly set-up / break-down of lab exercises, and in the upkeep and maintenance of prep space. This includes assisting staff in the preparation of materials that are required for use in the Introductory to Biology laboratory courses. After adequate time and training, lab assistant may be asked to help in the preparation of standard reagents and solutions, media, and specimens. Various duties as assigned by staff including clean-up and set-up of weekly labs, dishes, running errands, retrieving/processing orders, conducting inventory checks, and copying/sorting files. Minimum Qualifications: Completion of an Introduction to Biology series at UCSB or other accredited institution is mandatory. Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail and demonstrates communication and problem solving skills. Ability to take direction in both verbal and written forms of instruction. Hours Must be available to work for at least two, three hour blocks Monday- Friday 7am-6pm. Desired work times will vary each quarter with a possibility of weekend work. Desired Qualifications: Research/Lab Experience including preparation of buffers, standard reagents, experimental design etc. Approximate Hours Per Week 15
Need a few hard working students to help with furniture/equipment moving and public event set-ups. Must be able to work a four hour shift either 8:00am-12:00pm and/or 1:00-5:00pm, Monday-Friday. Available work hours will depend on your class schedule each quarter. This is a physical job and requires being able to lift 50+ pounds and be on your feet for most of each shift. Strength is required for this job. Call Jeff 893 2732 during normal working hours for more information, WORK-STUDY ELIGIBLE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY