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
List items on designated websites & social media outlets used to sell UCSB surplus including drafting product descriptions, attaching image of item and tracking product listing. Organize and arrange surplus sales items by type for attractive presentation to prospective customers. These include but are not limited to furniture, chairs, bookcases, PC and other electronics. Collect and separate designated items for waste disposal, salvage or recycling. Assist customers with loading of purchased items, as directed, during surplus sales hours. Collect surplus sales items at designate spots on the UCSB campus. Prepare and assist with weekly and monthly sales reports and data collection. Learn and utilize asset management software, barcoding application and data storage & retrieval. Establish and maintain organization of data files, sales and customized reports for surplus sales office.
We are looking for two students interested in general clerical duties and assisting with journal preparation. Must be able to use MS Office particularly Excel. Either mornings or afternoon; we will work with your schedule. Ideally, we need students who will be attending Summer Sessions. The accounting fiscal year ends June 30, and we especially need help throughout the summer. We assume you will want time off during school breaks, but it’s okay to work if you want or need to. Please note in your email your approximate graduation date and also whether or not you will be attending Summer Sessions.
Sorts and delivers incoming US mail, student mail and campus mail. Looks up information for insufficiently addressed mail to ensure correct delivery. Help to decrease bulk junk mail by requesting delivery removal from vendor listing. Learn sortation module(s) for assigned route to assure accuracy of mail delivery. Work to minimize mis-sorts. Learn UCSB campus mail routes as assigned. Participate in periodic cleaning and organization of Mail Services area. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Answers department phone and takes messages as needed when requested party is unavailable. For service inquires, work to develop an understanding of service offerings and schedules to answer all types of inquiries without assistance. Learn sortation method and scanning TrackPad systems for the handling of assigned student dorm(s) and campus department packages. Work this section when directed by Mail Services career staff. Perform task as directed pertaining to the collection of delivery data for Mail Services. Quality program includes monthly collection and replacement of data collection sheets at each service point
The Student Assistant II will assist staff in completing work related primarily to student records. Some of the primary functions include: Assists with the outbound mailing process for transcripts and verifications (sorting, folding, envelope stuffing, applying postage, etc.) as well as internal and online processes. Inventory of transcripts and verifications supplies (envelopes, stamps, etc.)Assists with financial deposits, faxes, photocopies, and other duties & projects as assigned. Hours are estimated at 10-12/weekly (Work-Study not required to apply)
Videographers are paid $10.50/hr to start with varying hours. On average you will get 2-8 hours a week and potentially more if your class schedule is open enough. Must be available during the evening or weekend. We are currently looking to train freshman, sophomores, and juniors to be familiar with our various production equipment. One of the production assistant’s main job is being a videographer. This position entails filming in classrooms, lecture halls, as well as special events. If you are interested please fill out the attached application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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ARE YOU A STUDENT LEADER?Do you want to lead your campus in addressing poverty and sustainable development by linking students UC-wide?The Opportunity The UCSB Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development is looking to recruit an undergraduate student to join a team of students from Blum Centers across all 10 campuses (the Blum Network) to organize UC-wide initiatives, as part of the Student Action Council for the Eradication of Poverty and Inequality (SACEPI). The undergraduate representative will also work closely with a UCSB graduate student to organize these activities. Why Apply? Provide student feedback and recommendations to the Blum Network, in a leadership roleConnect with other UC students and develop creative ways to address poverty and inequality, including writing piece(s) for online Blum platformsHelp the Blum Network align with other system-wide initiatives addressing global poverty and inequality, including those of the Office of the PresidentConnect with other Blum student leaders on a monthly basis (required), and in person at least once a year How to Apply? Students from all majors and disciplines, who are enrolled in undergraduate studies, in good standing at UCSB in 2017-2018, and are able to serve throughout the academic year, are eligible to apply. Send a resume and cover letter (no longer than one page) by Monday, September 18th, 2017, including the following: Any relevant work or volunteer experience;Your interests in these issues and the position; andSome thoughts on how you would motivate students to get involved in addressing poverty and inequality, and tune into Blum Center activities UC-wide. Please submit your application to: Joanne Nowak, Academic Coordinator, UCSB Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development (email@example.com)** Note: this position is open to both work-study and non work-study students.
ARE YOU A STUDENT LEADER?Do you want to lead your campus in addressing poverty and sustainable development by linking students UC-wide?The Opportunity The UCSB Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development is looking to recruit a graduate student to join a team of students from Blum Centers across all 10 campuses (the Blum Network) to organize UC-wide initiatives, as part of the Student Action Council for the Eradication of Poverty and Inequality (SACEPI). The graduate representative will also work closely with a UCSB undergraduate student to organize these activities. Why Apply? Provide student feedback and recommendations to the Blum Network, in a leadership roleConnect with other UC students and develop creative ways to address poverty and inequality, including writing piece(s) for online Blum platformsHelp the Blum Network align with other system-wide initiatives addressing global poverty and inequality, including those of the Office of the PresidentConnect with other Blum student leaders on a monthly basis (required), and in person at least once a year How to Apply?Students from all majors and disciplines, who are enrolled in graduate studies, in good standing at UCSB in 2017-2018, and are able to serve throughout the academic year, are eligible to apply. Send a resume and cover letter (no longer than one page) by Tuesday, September 12th, 2017, including the following:Any relevant work or volunteer experience;Your interests in these issues and the position; andSome thoughts on how you would motivate students to get involved in addressing poverty and inequality, and tune into Blum Center activities UC-wide. Please submit your application to: Joanne Nowak, Academic Coordinator, UCSB Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development (firstname.lastname@example.org) ** Note - this position is open to work-study and non work-study students.
Provides light clerical and administrative support to the Budget Office staff in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, and assists with recharge and billing for two shared use lab facilities. Duties include high volume filing of financial and personnel records, light data entry projects, compiling individual usage data for the shared use lab facilities, and processing monthly recharge journals in Microsoft Excel. Requires Excel experience, attention to detail with numbers, and strong email communication skills.12-15 hours per week.
Provides clerical support to the Central Administrative Office in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Duties include light filing, photocopying, department mail distribution, daily mail run to central campus admin departments (BFS, HR, Academic Personnel), and light cleaning/organizing projects as assigned. 7-8 hours per week; afternoon hours preferred (between 2:30 and 5:00).
Job description – Center for Information Technology and Society (CITS) Graduate Student Researcher (50% appointment) The position entails maintaining an ongoing social media presence for CITS, and developing a research compendium of CITS faculty affiliates’ scholarship that focuses on information technology and its impact on society, as well as reporting CITS events and affiliates' activities/accomplishments. The GSR will be expected to interview UCSB faculty about their work, connect their research to the CITS mission, and translate technical descriptions into abstracts that are suitable for social media platforms and non-expert audiences. The GSR will also work with center leadership on writing research white papers, briefs, and press releases that are both entertaining and educational for sophisticated general consumption. Finally, the GSR will be expected to attend research colloquia and disseminate research findings across multiple formats including podcasts, twitter, blogs, web page and Facebook posts. The ideal candidate is working on a Ph.D. and has demonstrable experience in strategic social media (major platforms) and website management, journalistic or PR writing, and short video production. CITS involves researchers from across campus interested in information technology and its social implications. Successful hire will work closely with faculty, graduate students, visitors, and stakeholders. Applicant should submit a cover letter, cv, (e)portfolio or other samples of previous work (e.g., related to your writing and/or academic social media presence), and 3 names of academic and/or professional references. For primary consideration, please send complete application to email@example.com by Monday, September 11. This GSR position will start on September 25, 2017 with the opportunity for renewal for both Winter and Spring quarters. Compensation is commensurate with experience and will adhere to the salary scale found here https://ap.ucsb.edu/compensation.and.benefits/ucsb.salary.scales/22.pdf. If you have any questions about this position please contact CITS Director Professor Cynthia Stohl at firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills: PhD. Graduate student at UCSB who is interested in the development, application, and/or effect of information technology on society. Experience in strategic social media (major platforms) Ability to write for multiple audiences Interest in supporting the work of an interdisciplinary research Center. Detail oriented, reliable and accurate in all public and internal communications. Ability to work as part of a close-knit team. Dynamic interpersonal skills. Contribute to a positive work environment through cooperative and professional interactions with colleagues and donors.
Photography Intern Wages: $14/hr.; Work study preferred Hours: 5-10 hours per week (Must have a relatively flexible schedule to accommodate events/photo shoots.) Start date: mid to late September 2017 Applications due: September 8th, 2017 Description UCSB Sustainability seeks a student photographer to take pictures of sustainability events, people involved in our programs, and sustainability features on campus (green buildings, native landscaping, recycling clusters, etc). The student will receive both a list of events to try and photograph as well as a list of shoots we are hoping to get of the campus which can be taken whenever the student is available. Duties: Take photos on campus of people, places, and sustainability features; Photograph events on campus; Schedule photo shoots; Provide high and low resolution versions of photos; Organize photos into folders on google drive with file names associated with what photos were taken; Collect photo release forms when appropriate. Minimum Requirements Experience photographing a wide variety of subjects; Demonstrated skill in photographing live events or interactions; Able to offer a high quality portfolio of photographs; Openness to and creativity in photographing items that are not always exciting to photograph (recycling bins, sprinklers, metering equipment, etc); Organized and prepared to take on the scheduling and logistical aspects of the job; Professional in written and verbal communications. Preferred Requirements Skilled at helping people that you are photographing open up and relax during photos; To Apply Please read all of the instructions for this program and the job posting carefully in order to ensure that you have the best chance of being selected. Submit a resume, cover letter describing your interest in the position, Fall class schedule, and examples of your work to Katie Maynard email@example.com by the application deadline at the top of this posting. UCSB Career Services offers support and advising in writing résumés. Please consider taking advantage of their generous services, especially if this is the first time you have written a résumé. Please ensure that when you apply the subject line of your email and your email body indicate clearly that you are applying for the “Photographer”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs. For More Information Please email Katie Maynard, firstname.lastname@example.org after having read the above information thoroughly.
The UCSB Children's Centers are currently accepting applications for Fall Quarter for Teaching Assistants. These positions are for UCSB students. Work Study is preferred but not required. Both scheduled shifts and substitute shifts are available. Apply early for the best opportunity of employment. The Children's Centers have two locations: Student Resource Building (separate entrance on the ocean side)West Campus (near IV Elementary). We serve infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. TA responsibilities include supervising children, maintaining a safe and clean classroom environment, assisting during snack, lunch and nap times, and assisting in creating smooth transitions between inside and outside play. For more info see our website: https://childrenscenter.sa.ucsb.edu. Preferred Availability:Scheduled TAs: Days: Must be MWF or T/Th Mornings: Until 1:00 works best, a few shifts go until 12:30Afternoons: 12:00 - 5:30 or 1:00 - 5:30Substitute TAs: Days: May vary, but must have at least several shifts available Mornings: Until 12:00 or laterAfternoons: 12:00 - 5:30 or 1:00 - 5:30 If your availability does not match our needs for this quarter, please consider applying for a future quarter. If you are selected for an interview, you will receive a packet of pre-employment forms and information. In preparation for some of these requirements, there are documents you may want to bring with you from home. CA law requires immunizations (or exemptions) for whooping cough (TDP or Tdap) and measles (MMR) – copies of your immunization record are acceptable as is printing the record from Student Health’s website if available there. You will also need forms of IDs that document work eligibility. See page 4 of the I-9 form (https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-9.pdf) for a list of acceptable IDs. Submit your completed application here on Handshake, in person at either center or email to email@example.com. Resume is optional. The application can be found on our website (https://childrenscenter.sa.ucsb.edu/Employment/TAPositions.aspx) or on the bottom right of this page. Most PDF programs will allow you to add text, symbols and/or draw directly on the application. Thank you for considering the Children Center.
Administrative and clerical duties.Attention to detail, ability to multi-task. Filing, data entry, photocopying and running errands on campus. Proficient at MS word, excel and e-mail systems desirable. 1-2 years of previous office experience desirable.
Project Overview: The NSF-funded project, Assessing Science Engagement Through Social Media: NOVA Wonders, seeks two social science research-experienced, social media savvy (or interested) graduate or undergraduate students to join the research team. The research is in collaboration with the NOVA Science Unit / WGBH Educational Foundation (Boston, MA). This project seeks to understand what happens on social media in terms of learning and engagement with science, and is looking to answer the following research questions:1. How do we define informal science learning on social media? 2. What does learning look like on social media and how does it differ from other forms of engagement and across social media platforms? 3. Can science media outlets influence informal STEM learning on social media through a diversity of outreach approaches across different social media platforms? These questions allow for exploration into four key science social media variables: platform type, style of moderation, event, and content or topic. For the 2017 fall quarter: Research assistants will work on two key elements of the project, the “network profile” and the “informal science engagement index.” This includes using quantitative and qualitative methodologies to help understand and characterize the social media network of NOVA and similar science media outlets, as well as explore how and why social media users interact with science content online (software: Crimson Hexagon, Sprinklr, NVivo). This includes, but is not limited to: Summary of NOVA’s quantitative social media measures for sharing & engagement • Identification and summary of top users and their social media behavior • Characterization of the larger social media network that NOVA is found within • Comparative analysis to other science social media outlets • Literature review of common measures of social media and online learning • Typology of social media contributions/posts • Coding scheme for social media posts; assessment of potential for science learning online Preferred Experience: A background in communication, political science, psychology, or education is preferred, with evidence of strong qualitative or quantitative research skills (experience with both is a plus). The position also demands good time management and respect for deadlines, excellent writing abilities, experience working independently and in a team environment, and comfort and/or professional experience with social media. Applicants must also have an interest in science communication or broadcast media, online learning or education, and/or social media. Position Requirements:Fellows must be enrolled at UCSB, and may be an undergraduate, Master’s or PhD student. Research assistants must attend weekly to bi-weekly meetings at the Bren School and should plan to dedicate 5-7 hours per week to the project. Research assistants will report to the Bren School Director of Environmental Communication, Lisa Leombruni, and to the project’s Post-Doctoral Fellow, Heather Hodges. Based upon performance and student interest, the position may be extended through the 2018 winter and spring quarters. (Information regarding research tasks for those quarters will be provided at a later date.)
Customer ServiceAdvises students, parents, and the general public regarding the financial aid application, awarding, and aid disbursement process. This requires a broad range and specific knowledge of the administration of federal, state, and campus-based financial aid programs and the policies and procedures of other campus departments (especially Billing, Registrar, Housing, Admissions, and the Graduate Division). Resolves problems and answers questions of moderate to complex difficulties. Informs students of the specific reason(s) why they may be ineligible for aid, why their file may be incomplete, and why aid has not credited to their billing account. Advises students of their rights and responsibilities and the mechanisms of appealing various financial aid decisions. Students are assisted via front desk, phones and through email communications. Workshops/ Presentations Conducts financial aid workshops and presentations for student groups, campus organizations and perspective students and parents. May be asked to represent the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships on various panels or workshops. Administrative and Office duties Attends mandatory weekly peer training meetings. May work with financial aid Advisors on assigned program work such as EAP, Scholarships or Athletics. Assists with document processing, filing, imaging, and shredding in the Document Records Area. Participates in various office projects.Must be available to work in the summer months.
Description This internship will require student(s) to: Work under the supervision and guidance of the UCSB Graduate Division Marketing & Communications Director to help create and update print and video content for the Division’s different programs and initiatives. Create and organize images and written content for program events and initiatives.Provide support to update social media channels for the Graduate Division, as well as implementing social media events coverage plan for Grad Slam and Commencement.Help monitor and gather metrics to prepare reports and analytic tables, as needed. Internship Objectives The goal of the UCSB Graduate Division Marketing & Communications Internship is to provide students with practical experience in developing promotional content and assets for diverse target audiences. This experience will enable students to develop key professional skills in web content development, design, and photography. Additionally, the objectives are: To develop professional skills, techniques, and experience geared toward attaining employment in communications, marketing and/or public relations.To create a professional portfolio of visual assets (photos and video) and design to fulfill requirements for an entry-level position in marketing and communications.To provide the opportunity for student(s) to experience the process and implementation of communications and marketing strategies for higher education audiences.To enable the development of competences in various areas of the creative marketing process. Minimum Requirements Must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in good academic standing at UC Santa Barbara, and able to commit to 10-12 hours a week (schedule to be determined based on student academic schedule and requirements) for a one-year internshipDesign and photography skills are a plusProficient in Microsoft Excel, Publisher, Outlook, and WordAbility to navigate and understand purpose and functions of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram social media platformsAbility to lift and carry camera equipment to assist at photo and video shoots Desirable Requirements Strong customer service skills (professional experience in sales, retail, and/or hospitality are a plus, but not required)Promotional writing skills/experience (ability to write engaging copy for flyers, emails, and social media posts)Video, design and photography skills are a PLUS, but not required.Able to work in high-pressure events coverage situationsAbility to work in team-oriented projects