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2018 Orientation Staff at UCSB Orientation Programs and Parent Services

Employer: UCSB Orientation Programs and Parent Services Expires: 01/29/2018 The position of Orientation staff member is a paid internship in which you will develop and use skills that employers are looking for:AdvisingGroup facilitationInformation organization & disseminationLeadershipInterpersonal relationsPeer counselingPublic relationsPublic speakingSelf-confidenceUniversity outreachOrientation is looking for students with a variety of interests, points of view, and backgrounds who wish to be a member of a cohesive unit with the best interests of the new students, the University, and Orientation Programs in mind.The application must be filled out on Orgsync. Please follow the link provided. Applications are due Monday, January 29, 2018 at 12 noon, and any documents that must be submitted in person must be returned to the office by that time. The Orientation Programs Office is located at 2145 Student Resource Building.To apply, you must:1) be an undergraduate at UCSB (you may be a senior graduating in June),2) be in good academic standing (not currently on Academic Probation), and3) have good academic performance (a better than average GPA is preferred and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 is required).Employment is part-time in Spring (about 8-15 hrs/wk) and full-time in Summer (40 hrs/wk).Summer school attendance during Session A is not possible due to the full time nature of the job, but may be allowed for Session B but on a very limited basis and with prior approval.Housing is not provided as part of the jobThe pay is $11.00 per hour during spring quarter and $11.50 per hour during the summer orientation sessions. Also, meals are provided during work hours in the summer (approximately 6 meals per week).

Purchasing Assistant at UCSB Business and Financial Services

Employer: UCSB Business and Financial Services Expires: 02/28/2018 We are looking for a reliable, detail oriented student to assist the Purchasing Department with various duties such as:Purging old contracts and other documents.Updating system informationApproximately 6 to 8 hours per week.

Facilities and Ground Assistant at UCSB Student Health Service

Employer: UCSB Student Health Service Expires: 01/10/2018 Landscaping duties in specified areas not maintained by Facilities Management such as courtyard potted plants, inner office plant atriums, front entrance potted plants, and indoor plants. Landscaping duties include watering, weeding, trimming, fertilizing,and seasonal replanting. Facility duties include sweeping, dusting, cleaning of outdoor furniture, cleaning windows and door frames at main entrances. Cleaning and blowing the loading dock and electric car garage area. Also, cleaning the electric vehicle at the Transportation Office on a weekly basis. Breaking down boxes on the dock. Assist storekeepers with furniture moving and supply deliveries as needed.  8-18 hours per week.

Reservations & Events Coordinator at UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services

Employer: UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Expires: 12/11/2017 The Reservations & Meetings Coordinator is a part-time position during the school year, and full-time (8 - 5) during the summer. Academic Year Responsibilities include: Interface with campus staff, students and faculty as well as and off-campus clients and community members.Answer general inquiry questions and provide facility site tours.Handle meeting space reservation requests. This includes checking availability, reserving the space, coordinating event details, producing event reports, and following up with the billing.Prepare transient occupancy materials using a variety of computer software and systems. Send reminder emails and administer client/guest satisfaction surveys.  Summer Responsibilities include:Under tight deadlines, import or data-enter large amounts of attendee data for a variety of groups; assign rooms and produce check-in materials and reports for conference and custodial staff.Audit and reconcile all check-in data after conference departs. Prepare detailed reports of summer guests for Conference Planners for billing. Resolve disputed or missing information will summer desk staff.Correspond with potential summer visitors via email and phone. Create reservations and back office paperwork for visitors. Reconcile billing addressing any follow-up questions from summer visitors.

Facility Services Operator at UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services

Employer: UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Expires: 11/27/2017 The Facility Services Operator (FSO) is responsible for setting up for events, breaking down events, operating A/V equipment, and providing excellent customer service for meetings and programs at the Loma Pelona Center on campus. Occasionally, FSOs provide support for events at The Club and Guest House as well.We are looking for candidates who: Are available to work evening and weekend shifts, in addition to weekday shiftsAre able to work a flexible scheduleAre looking to work 5-15 hours/weekAre detail-oriented, friendly, responsible, and able to maintain professional standards as part of a customer service teamHave A/V experience (desired, not required)  If the academic year position goes well, there is also a possibility of summer employment as an FSO.

Associated Students Office Assistant at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 11/28/2017 We are looking for UCSB students to fill the Office Assistant position currently vacant in the Associated Students Main, Administration, and Annex offices starting Fall 2017.The position of Office Assistant is a significant part of the everyday operations of Associated Students as they are the first person of contact when visiting our office.  Therefore, we are in search of a student that:has familiarity of working with heavy, constant phone traffichas the ability to communicate through written and verbal modes of communicationexcellent organizational skillsand the ability to adapt to fluctuations and interruptions in daily work routineAs an Office Assistant, you will have the opportunity to gain knowledge of the policies and activities of Associated Students.  In addition, you will gain experience in office skills, such as data entry, filing, email, fax, and proper phone etiquette. *Associated Students accepts work study and non-work study applications. *Knowledge of minute-taking is a plus, but not required*Must be a registered undergrad UCSB student

Development Administrative Assistant at UCSB Arts & Lectures

Employer: UCSB Arts & Lectures Expires: 12/01/2017 This position reports to both the A&L Development & Finance teams. Maintain and update administrative and financial records and databases. General office duties include photocopying, filing, sorting, mail merging, mass mailing, data entry, and daily duties as assigned by either the Development or Finance team. Also, maintaining. This position also requires excellent verbal and written communications skills, ability to organize and prioritize work, and ability to work independently with little supervision. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Database software is preferred.

Physics Instructional Laboratory - Student Assistant at UCSB Physics Department

Employer: UCSB Physics Department Expires: 01/01/2018 The Physics instructional lab assistant will catalog and inventory various electronic and physics lab equipment used in the Physics instructional labs.   Requirements: M.E, Physics, or ECE major. Must be familiar with basic electronic and physics equipment. Basic knowledge of MS Excel spreadsheet software.

Associated Students Department of Public Worms: Worm Wrangler at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 11/27/2017 The Department of Public Worms(DPW) Worm Wranglers run UCSB’s on-site composting programs. Worm Wranglers collect and process food waste from UCSB Dining Commons through vermicompost bins and hot compost stalls, maintain the compost program at the Family Student Housing complexes, manage an educational garden and participate in outreach activities and events to promote DPW’s work and mission. As a member of the Edible Campus Coalition, DPW students care for the citrus trees in the Urban Orchard program, vertical garden program, and will take care of the future student run farm and various other Edible Campus projects.DPW students were also crucial partners in establishing UCSB’s off-site compost program that diverts tons of waste from the landfill each year and they continue to collaborate with other campus departments to food waste and increase composting at UCSB.DutiesMaintain and expand vermicompost program by feeding and caring for worm populations; balancing bin moisture, temperature, and other factorsCollect and sort compost material from the dining commonsManage the Family Student Housing compost program by sorting, shoveling, and turning compost piles, adding grass clippings and other material as needed to maintain balanceMaintain education garden space in Eucalyptus GroveTake care of the citrus trees in the Edible Campus Urban Orchard program by watering, fertilizing and harvesting fruit to donate to the AS Food BankAssisting with Edible Campus Vertical Gardens and seedlingsAssist with outreach activities such as workshops, tabling, and preparing event materialsHarvest, collect, brew and package worm tea for distributionDrive electric vehicle and recumbent bicycles on routes and to eventsOther duties as assignedRequirementsMust have a strong interest in composting, gardening and environmental issuesMust be able to research and implement new composting, planting and farming techniquesMust be detail-oriented and able to maintain accurate recordkeepingMust be able to work in a team and coordinate schedules with multiple peopleMust be extremely reliable and organized and able to work independentlyMust be willing to get dirtyMust be able to lift 50 poundsMust possess a valid driver’s licenseTo Apply You must submit a resume and cover letter in order to be considered. AS DPW accepts work study and non-work study applications. 

URCA Peer Mentor at UCSB Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA)

Employer: UCSB Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Expires: 06/16/2018 The URCA staff, including student peer advisors, supports high impact educational practices by recruiting and informing students from all academic majors and backgrounds about the requirements, options, and advantages of participating in the programs offered through the office. Currently we coordinate the Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URCA) Grant, the Faculty Research Assistance Program (FRAP), the University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS) program, and the University of California Washington (UCDC) Program.   Peer advisors will be employed as Assistant II, and will have the option to receive academic credit, or be paid at the current rate of $10.75 per hour. They are expected to work approximately 5 to 10 hours per week, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Occasional evening and weekend hours will be required to host outreach events and send-off meetings.   Job duties include, but are not limited to: ·         Planning, organizing, and conducting campus-wide informational meetings each quarter. ·         Conducting monthly outreach activities that are aimed at broadening participation in the URCA office’s programs. Possible activities might include: mailings to all majors, presentations to targeted classrooms and special interest groups (student organizations, fraternities/sororities, etc.), and quarterly class announcements. ·         Representing the URCA office at campus events (i.e. Parents & Family Weekend, Spring Insight). ·         Holding weekly drop-in office hours. ·         Assisting with mailings and other administrative tasks.   Reporting and Communicating: Peer advisors report to the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator and are responsible for notifying this individual of pertinent issues by communicating regularly in person, by telephone, or by email. Peers must notify the Coordinator of any absences (anticipated or not) from their scheduled work hours. The peers are responsible for submitting time sheets each month to the Coordinator.   Confidentiality: Peers are expected to adhere to all University policies regarding confidentiality. They are required to sign a confidentiality agreement and undergo fingerprinting. They must have a genuine interest in and willingness to promote the academic goals of the University of California, Santa Barbara.   Application Criteria: ·         Must enroll and maintain undergraduate status during the 2017-18 academic year. Must be available to work Winter and Spring quarter of the 2017-18 academic year (January 8, 2018 through June 8, 2018). ·         Must demonstrate professionalism, including adherence to confidentiality, and a genuine interest in and willingness to promote the academic goals of the URCA office among all undergraduates, regardless of major or college. ·         Must have skills and experience making public presentations and using office equipment. ·         Must be able to make the required time commitment (5 to 10 hours per week) and be dependable and on time.   Application Requirements: A completed application will consist of the following:   Application Cover - Please complete the Applicant Data Sheet (last page of this document: download here), typed or neatly printed. Résumé - Submit a current résumé, and include the name, occupation, and telephone number of two people we may contact as references. Letters of recommendation are NOT required. Cover Letter - Please provide a cover letter highlighting your motiviation for applying and relevant experience for the Peer position Interview – If the application is deemed sufficient, the applicant will be scheduled for a short interview. Interviews can be done by Skype or phone if the applicant is not presently living in Santa Barbara.   The DEADLINE for receipt of all application materials is Monday, November 13, 2017. Email or hand deliver your application to:Jacob LaVioletjacoblaviolet@ucsb.edu2110 North Hall

AS Food Bank Student Coordinator at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 11/10/2017 We are looking for UCSB students for the student coordinator position to start Fall 2017. Please note that this is not an entry level position. The AS Food Bank is seeking a new student coordinator to provide exceptional, friendly, and confidential service to students who utilize our food bank. We are looking for candidates who have an understanding for, knowledge of, and experience working with diverse communities. Additionally, a qualified candidate has the ability to multitask and complete administrative duties. Applicants must work independently in certain situations and must possess communication (oral and written), customer service, time management, organizational, and detail-oriented skills. In addition, applicants must have basic knowledge in Word and Excel for data entry and analysis.  As an AS Food Bank Student Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain skills in inventory control, data analysis, time management, leadership, marketing, and a better understanding of campus resources and food security.  Requirement for job application:  Resume Cover Letter Must be a registered UCSB student 3 references recommended, not required All applicants will need to have a valid driver's license at the time of application **This position requires the completion of finger printing and a background check upon employment**  * We encourage applicants to utilize the services of UCSB Career Services (http://career.sa.ucsb.edu) if you need assistance in creating a resume and cover letter*  Due Friday November 10, 2017  We encourage applicants to review the job description before applying for this position.  If you have any questions please email us at asfoodbank@as.ucsb.edu.   Typical Hours Per Week: 10-15 Location: AS Food Bank Wage: $13.75

KCSB-FM Digital Media Coordinator at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 11/02/2017 KCSB-FM Digital Media Coordinator Under the guidance of the KCSB Advisor, the Digital Media Coordinator is responsible for regularly updating the KCSB Website and other social media platforms. The DMC is responsible for generating new content that creates interest in the site and in the station. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Review and maintain web posts on kcsb.org and social networking sites (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube). Aid and encourage programmers in making show-related posts Co-lead the Promotions Subcommittee, specifically engaging volunteers in the Music News department Create and send out monthly KCSB e-newsletters via MyEmma Coordinates KCSB’s Film Subcommittee/Internship Updates the online programming schedules on Spinitron and Radio Free America at the beginning of every quarter Suggested Qualifications: Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended. Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities: Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Winter break (depending on job position). Expected to attend all KCSB events. Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings. Must maintain a program on FM during employment. Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department. Job goes until June 2018

Design and Writing Assistant at UCSB Office of Donor Relations & Stewardship

Employer: UCSB Office of Donor Relations & Stewardship Expires: 11/30/2017 The Office of Donor Relations and Stewardship, within the Office of Development at UC Santa Barbara, provides thoughtful and customized stewardship for major donors to the university. This includes timely acknowledgement of gifts, donor recognition in print, online media as well as at various campus events, campus signage and donor walls, and customized stewardship and impact reporting. The Office of Donor Relations also maintains data integrity for thousands of donors in our database, including coding donors at appropriate giving levels and managing donor benefits.  The Donor Relations Student Assistant should have excellent writing and data management skills, including the ability to research, analyze, sort and format large amounts of data and work in excel spreadsheets. S/he may also assist the Donor Relations Team by supporting donor events on campus.  The Donor Relations Student Assistant must demonstrate professionalism, a high level of discretion and excellent verbal and written communication skills. S/he should have a great attention to detail, and the ability to process and execute tasks as assigned. :�!�?,

Student Computer & Electronics Tech Assistant at UCSB Instructional Development

Employer: UCSB Instructional Development - Media Equipment Expires: 11/20/2017 Instructional Development is looking for a self motivated student with experience using Windows 7, OS X, and MS Office. Computer science or engineering major preferred, but all majors are considered. Must be able to lift 50 pounds safely and have a basic understanding of audio and video signals. Experience with sound boards, soldering, and carpentry are a plus, but not required. Students will be assisting with the installation, support, and maintenance of classroom technologies. Must be able to work weekends and during Summer. We will work around school schedule.

Academic Peer Advisor at UCSB Technology Management Department

Employer: UCSB Technology Management Department Expires: 11/04/2017 Our peer advisors engage in a variety of activities, dealing primarily with questions about the program’s requirements. They spend a good deal of their time in individual consultation with students, and also participate in group advising sessions. To a lesser extent, peer advisors help with our numerous clerical duties. An ideal candidate will have completed TMP 120 with a B+ or better. This job requires: Excellent communication skillsAbility to work closely with othersCapacity to pay attention to detail while keeping the larger picture in focusCommitted to work through Spring quarter 2018. 

Fitness Assistant at UCSB Department of Recreation

Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 11/04/2017 Now Hiring Fitness Assistants Applications will be accepted through Friday, November 3rd no later than 5pm.Please submit completed application with current resume either through Handshake or Att: Brenda Lear in the Rec Sports Office across from the Customer Service Center in the Recreation Center. ***Interview invitations will be sent out early the following week. If hired, please be sure you are available to attend the Mandatory Training Dates: Fitness Center Specific Training: Saturday, December 2Fitness Center Specific Training: Saturday, December 2nd + 3rd (times tba)Recreation Department All New Hire Training: Winter Quarter (tba) Job Description  Fitness Assistant’s provide supervision and information to patrons utilizing the exercise rooms, strength and free weight areas, and cardiovascular areas. They ensure the safety and cleanliness of these areas and create a friendly, inviting and inclusive space for partakers to relieve stress and work on personal fitness goals. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):  Clearly articulate, enforce and educate patrons on all rules, policies and procedures.Advise participants on routine exercise questions (this does not include exercise prescription).Assist Fitness Center participants in the safe and appropriate use of fitness equipment. Provide proper spotting technique for weight room participants. Inspect equipment for safety and report damaged equipment and accessories.Perform preventative maintenance and clean equipment to provide a safe environment for active patrons.Promote fitness programs to patrons, provide customer service and respectfully manage disagreements. Conduct opening and closing procedures appropriately.Provide safety management and emergency response.Provide tours to guests and new patrons as necessary. Required Qualifications: Current enrollment as a UCSB student. Maintain current CPR & First Aid Certifications (Certification class will be provided.) Attend staff trainings once a quarter. Attend bi-weekly staff meetings. Must commit to working a minimum of 6 hours/week.  (Minimum 2 shifts a week, preferably more.) Must be available early mornings, nights and weekends. Preferred Qualifications: Working knowledge of fitness and strength equipment at UCSB (in-services will be provided). Working knowledge of Recreation Fitness Program to provide customer service in the Fitness Center (this includes Group Fitness, Personal Training, Recreation Classes and upcoming Special Events). Recreation Department Expectations: You will be expected to conduct yourself in the following ways: Knowledge – You will be expected to know information shared at staff meetings, trainings and within your staff manual and follow all the policies and procedures which pertain to your position.Attitude – Maintain a good attitude towards your job. Your attitude directly reflects upon our department. You are expected to be professional and courteous with participants.Initiative – Take initiative. The Recreation Department believes in student leadership and gives significant responsibility to our student employees. Integrity – Be honest and admit mistakes when they are made. Immediately move to acknowledge and correct them.Appearance – You are part of a service organization and your appearance reflects on the standing of the program as a whole. Be sure you are well groomed and in your staff shirt and closed-toed shoes. Pay: $10.50/hour (Starting Winter Quarter 2018 = $11/hour)        

KCSB-FM Production Coordinator at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 10/26/2017 KCSB-FM Production CoordinatorKCSB-FM's Production Coordinator is responsible for creating and maintaining the station’s public service announcements. S/he works closely with the Promotions Director to ensure PSAs are made for upcoming “KCSB Presents…” and local events. S/he also conducts regular production and live music mixing trainings for programmers. Much of the work for this position is done using Audacity and DadPro software.Partial List of Duties/Regular TasksProduction of FCC-compliant PSAs and ensuring proper training of PSA production for volunteersWeekly PSA scheduling on FM program logsDADPro Library maintenanceEngineering/mixing of live music broadcastsLeading and coordinating volunteers via PSA Subcommittee______Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Winter break (depending on job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment (and not bitch about it). Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2018Shall work with the Engineer and the Assistant Program Director to become proficient in the use of production equipment and digital production and editing systems.Shall supervise and train Staff in the use of production facilities to facilitate the creation of pre-produced content. In cooperation with the Assistant Program Director shall train programmers in the use of production facilities.Shall work closely with the Promotions Coordinator to ensure that public service announcements, station promotions, introductions, etc. are produced, consistent with the station's mission.Shall review all produced Public Service Announcements (PSAs) for technical quality and content.Shall facilitate trainings on the use of sound-editing tools and assist staff members with individual production problems.Shall monitor and keep a record of staff who have completed the quarterly PSA and show promo requirement and provide this information to the Program Director.Shall create a catalogue on DADpro of pre-recorded programs that can be aired in an emergency.Shall work closely with Assistant Engineer in facilitating Studio A trainings for live performance/panels set-up and mixing.Shall work with Digital Media Coordinator in managing creation and posting of video/audio content for KCSB’s social media outlets (in-studio performances on Youtube)Shall train students in the skills required to be Production Manager.Shall attend all Executive Committee meetings and make sure that the Executive Committee is aware of all pertinent station matters related to production.Shall assist other members of the Executive Committee and KCSB staff in their respective duties to advance the functions and goals of the entire station.

Associated Students Recycling Route Rider at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 10/30/2017 Recycling Route Riders collect recycling, electronic waste, and compost from specific campus locations to keep the campus waste management program running smoothly in order to keep UCSB as one of the top environmental performers in the country. Route Riders also help with other aspects of the AS Recycling program to educate the campus community and to reduce waste at UCSB. Route Riders are given the unique opportunity to experience and directly influence the process of waste management on campus.DutiesTravel by specialized tricycle to specific outdoor and indoor campus locations to service recycling, compost, and landfill binsKeep indoor and outdoor bins clean, free of debris, and in appropriate working orderWith the help of a partner, collect electronic waste from bins in buildings across campusTrack collection weights and record data on printed spreadsheetsAssist with other aspects of the AS Recycling program including:Conducting at least one event waste service and one outreach activity, such as tabling at events and workshops, per quarter. These events may take place on the weekends.Contributing to special projects and tasks assigned by the Program Supervisor and Routes CoordinatorsDrive electric vehicles on routes and to eventsKeep in close communication with Program and Student Coordinators to maintain schedules and ensure that all routes are completed on timeRequirementsMust have an interest in recycling, compost, electronic waste, and environmental issuesMust be able to ride a bike moderate distances while pulling weightMust be extremely reliable and able to work independentlyMust be detail-oriented and able to maintain accurate recordkeepingMust be able to work in a team and communicate with multiple peopleMust be willing to get dirty and work in a variety of weather conditionsMust be able and willing to work at least 2 weekend shifts per quarterMust be able to lift 50 poundsMust possess a valid driver’s license

Financial Student Assistant at UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services

Employer: UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services Expires: 11/01/2017 Assist the DFSS financial team with a variety of clerical and financial tasks in support of our four units – Design & Construction, Facilities Management, Campus Planning and Environmental Health & Safety. Maintain electronic filing of various records – includes scanning, verifying documents, and organizing filesRoute AP requisitionsRoute work ticketsAssist staff with basic reconciliations Requirements: UCSB student with an interest in gaining office and financial experience in a professional environment. Must be computer literate with a high attention to detail and interested in learning new tools. Must be available 10-20 hours per week between 8-5, M-F. We will work around class and test schedules. Work is available all quarters. Experience with MS Excel/Access preferred, but not required. Workstudy preferred, but not required.

Student Services Assistant - Transcripts at UCSB Office of the Registrar

Employer: UCSB Office of the Registrar Expires: 11/15/2017 Under direct supervision of the Student Services Rep. managing transcripts, assists the unit within the area of transcript processing and customer service. Assists in the preparation of incoming transcripts for evaluation by the Office of Admissions. This position involves heavy data entry relating to the transcript intake process and will include the daily use of databases such as: TTS, Parchment, Inside SA as well as Gaucho Blue.This position also provides customer service support such as providing assistance in placing transcript orders, providing updates on order status, as well as responding to phone calls and inquiries sent via email to the general transcript email inbox.Assists the office with additional projects, as assigned. Basic knowledge of MS Office, including Word and Excel required.Qualifications:The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational, written and verbal skills. They must be detail-oriented, as well as possess strong analytic skills and be able to provide excellent customer service via phone and email. Hours: up to 20 hours/week during the summer, 8 - 12 hours/week during the academic year, excluding finals week and between sessions Application Process: Interested candidates should submit the attached application along with a cover letter and a resume to dori.friesen@sa.ucsb.edu. .

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