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Operations Intern at Cleantech Open, Western Region

Employer: Cleantech Open, Western Region Expires: 05/04/2018 The Operations Intern will work with the Western Region Director to implement our 2018 Cleantech Open program in the Western Region.  In 2018, we'll support ~50 early-stage cleantech startups through a structured acceleration program to help them move their ventures closer to market.    Founded at MIT in 2005, Cleantech Open is the world's largest cleantech accelerator.  Our mission is to find, fund and foster entrepreneurs with big ideas that address today’s most urgent energy, environmental and economic challenges.   Over the years, we've supported over 1,400 startups that have gone on to raise over $1.2B in external funding.More on Cleantech Open, here: www. cleantechopen.orgJoin us!!

Videographer, Food Security Program at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 01/20/2018 Wages: $14/hrHours: 12-15 hours/weekStart Date: mid to late January 2018Applications Due: January 19th, 5:00pmDescription The UCSB Sustainability Program and the UCSB Food Security Taskforce seek a student who can create short films to highlight existing basic needs and food security resources and programs at UCSB and in the local community. This student will build on the body of work created last year by student intern, Brendan Byrne, and highlighted on this You Tube Channel. We are looking for a student who is skilled in all aspects of short film production including story development, scheduling shoots, filming, interviewing, collecting B-roll, and editing. The student selected will also need to use existing resources on the campus or their own equipment for filming and editing.Duties Work with campus food security committees to identify priorities for filming;Utilize your skills in storytelling to develop cohesive short videos;Schedule filming shoots with campus and local partners;Develop questions for interviews;Interview people in the videos;Film the interviews;Collect B-roll;Edit the videos into formats appropriate for social media; andClose caption videos for You Tube.Minimum requirements Have access to your own camera, sound equipment, and editing software (or comfortable using campus resources);Experience with developing short videos from start to finish (examples will be requested);Professional in written and oral communication; andOrganized and detail oriented.Preferred Requirements Knowledge of how food security affects UCSB studentsTo 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, examples of short videos you created, and your class schedule to Katie Maynard internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.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 “FST – Videographer”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More Information Please email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.

Peer Advisor on Food Security at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 01/20/2018 Description The UCSB Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity and the UCSB Sustainability Program seeks undergraduate student workers to provide peer counseling on resources available to students to address food insecurity. They will share information on CalFresh, campus food pantries and mobile food distributions, the Financial Crisis Response team, and other resources related to financial, housing, and food needs.  Students will receive training on campus resources, the issue of food security, and how to listen to and advise a student in need. Duties ·         Host weekly drop-in office hours where students can come by to learn about food security resources ·         Initiate follow up meetings to track the progress of student’s food security status ·         Provide information on food security related resources and offer direct aid ·         Track metrics related to the number of students served and other information required for reporting ·         Provide evaluation forms so students can provide feedback on the service ·         Assist the food security coalition with other assorted tasks at times when there are not students coming into office hours. This will be mostly administrative tasks and could include some work developing communications pieces. Minimum requirements ·         Familiarity with the issue of food security ·         Compassionate to the needs of students experiencing food insecurity ·         Skilled listener ·         Demonstrated professionalism, including adherence to confidentiality ·         Professional in written and verbal communication ·         Detail oriented ·         Able to work set hours each week Preferred Requirements ·         Experience working on projects that specifically address the needs of underrepresented communities ·         Outstanding interpersonal communication skills ·         Experience working with diverse partners ·         Knowledge of Calfresh ·         Knowledge of and experience working with the LGBT community ·         Past Experience as a Peer Advisor (not specific to food security) 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, and class schedule to Katie Maynard internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.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 “FST – Peer Advisor Food Security”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs. For More Information Please email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.

SAT / ACT Tutor / Instructor at Santa Barbara Tutoring, LLC

Employer: Santa Barbara Tutoring, LLC Expires: 04/01/2018 Santa Barbara Tutoring, LLC is seeking THE BEST tutors to join our team!  Do you have what it takes to be a Certified Santa Barbara Tutoring Instructor?! We are looking for outgoing, hardworking professionals to join our team!   We provide SAT Subject, SSAT, ISEE, and general tutoring services. After training, tutors are assigned students and schedule directly with SBT clients throughout Santa Barbara County.  Help students lift grades or achieve their college admission goals while improving their self-esteem as an SB Tutoring Instructor!   Requirements: ·         Strong math ability, top scores ·         Outgoing personality ·         Excellent customer service ·         Goal oriented, hardworking ·         Excellent public speaking, presentation, and communication skills ·         Strong organizational and time management skills ·         Reliable transportation (ability to travel to clients’ homes within Santa Barbara County) ·         Strong attention to detail ·         Punctual, ability to manage multiple clients ·         Computer and Microsoft Office proficient ·         College degree preferred  Benefits: ·         Competitive pay: $18 - $30 per hour, depending on experience ·         Merit-based increases ·         Comprehensive paid training and prep, with ongoing support ·         Sick-pay ·         Flexible scheduling ·         Casual dress  Apply today at: https://www.SBTutoring.com/jobs

Music Department Stage Technician or Usher at UCSB Department of Music

Employer: UCSB Department of Music Expires: 01/20/2018 The Music Department stage technician or usher is responsible for stage and performance support, either as an event usher or stage technician. Some experience is desirable but we are willing to train dependable and conscientious team players. This job entails:  Providing outstanding support before, during, and after performances Assisting performers, professors, and fellow production staff Being a team player The ability to maintain a warm and professional attitude Being reliable in meeting work schedule commitments Customer service skills In the technician role: setting up and striking productions, supporting all aspects of audio, lighting, staging, video, and podium operations for Music Department events In the usher role: welcoming guests, distributing programs, setting up signage and promotional items, taking tickets, facilitating a professional and top-notch concert-going experience, ensuring that performance spaces and seating areas are clean and ready for performance

Mail Services Student Assistant at UCSB Mail Services

Employer: UCSB Mail Services Expires: 12/23/2017 Work Study student will sort and deliver incoming US mail, student mail and campus mail. Look up information for insufficiently addressed mail to ensure correct delivery. Help to decrease bulk junk mail by requesting delivery removal from vendor listing.  Learn UCSB campus mail routes as assigned. Must have valid Driver's License and be able to lift 30 lbs. easily. Learn sortation module(s) for assigned route to assure accuracy of mail delivery. Work to minimize mis-sorts. 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.

Academic Services Student Intern at UCSB Graduate Division

Employer: UCSB Graduate Division - Graduate Division Expires: 01/06/2018 The Graduate Division is looking for a detail-orientated student intern to assist and support the Academic Services Unit. Duties include assisting with the following tasks: maintaining and organizing a large filing system, scanning and uploading forms and petitions, opening mail, and answering phones, and other administrative tasks and projects as needed.   Attention to detail, organizational skills, customer service skills, reliable work performance, ability to work on a team, and ability to work in a confidential environment are essential. Knowledge of common Microsoft Office applications, such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access, is desirable but not required. Work study required. The Graduate Division facilitates and coordinates graduate education and student services for all graduate academic and professional programs at the University of California, Santa Barbara. It is our goal to promote academic excellence in graduate degree programs, to foster a diverse and inclusive graduate community of domestic and international students, and to cultivate for all graduate students both an intellectually challenging environment and a socially supportive climate.

After school Tutor Winter and Spring Quarter at Gateway Educational Services

Employer: Gateway Educational Services Expires: 01/30/2018 Afterschool Tutor                        We are a non-profit learning center in Santa Barbara. We are looking for tutors for our afterschool programs. We are looking for Work Study students.  Subject Areas:  Math and Reading  Grade Levels: 3-11  Schedule: Monday through Thursday (most tutors work 4-6 hours per week)  Time: 3:00 to 7:00  Pay: $11-12:00 per hour depending Qualifications: Tutoring experience – please do not apply if you have never tutored before we need experienced tutors.   Training: All tutors receive 6 hours of basic training and must attend monthly training meetings.  Background Checks: Yes, required background check and TB test  Our environment is positive and fun we are looking for tutors that will be good examples for our students. Our tutors work at Gateway for 2 or 3 years. They build amazing relationships with our students and staff. We love supporting first-generation students. Many of our former tutors are now teaching and working in education.  Website: gatewayeducationalservices.org  Facebook: facebook.com/gatewayeducationalsb  Application Process  ·     Apply through online Handshake Portal at UCSB ·     Resume, PDF of your class schedule, Tutoring experience required  

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.

UCSB Softball Intern at UCSB Softball

Employer: UCSB Softball Expires: 05/13/2018 CALLING ALL GAUCHOS!The UCSB softball team is looking for an ambitious, hard working student to come join our family! You would be helping out with field maintenance and day to day functions to help our team be successful! If you are interested or have any further questions please contact Kacee Cox at kaceecox@ucsb.edu. Go Gauchos!

Student Assistant at UCSB Department of Ecology, Evolution, & Marine Biology

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  

Park Grounds Worker at Isla Vista Recreation & Park District

Employer: Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Expires: 05/19/2018 Work outdoors and help improve your community! Participate in a variety of park maintenance duties including but not limited to mowing, edging and raking lawns, weeding, planting and watering, trimming, digging holes, painting, picking up litter and other related duties as required. Learn about organic gardening practices, native plants, irrigation and turf maintenance techniques, as well as how to safely use hand tools, weed whips, ride-on mowers and other industry vehicles and tools (DMV readout will be required during hiring process). We provide a flexible work schedule but require an average of 10hrs per week in no less than 3hr blocks. You must enjoy nature, be reliable, detail oriented, hardworking and enthusiastic! This job involves personal interaction with park-users, so the successful candidate must have a pleasant demeanor, be team oriented, but also be able to work independently. Requires frequent lifting/carrying objects weighing up to 25 pounds, and occasionally weighing up to 50 pounds, stooping, kneeling, crouching and occasional crawling to work close to the ground; handling and reaching, using tools and equipment. Approximate Hours Per Week 10

Recreation Leader at Isla Vista Recreation & Park District

Employer: Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Expires: 05/20/2018 Experience with children a must. Must be available to work the after school program hours from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Supervise an afternoon drop-in recreation program for “at risk” youth at Children’s Park in Isla Vista. Using equipment provided, provide recreational experiences that promote physical, mental and social development and maintain a safe and enjoyable environment by ensuring that participants comply with the rules: set out toys, check out balls & games to children, lead playground games, educational activities, and arts & craft projects. Take attendance and distribute snacks to children. Clean play area by picking up trash and sweeping patio when necessary. Keep toys, supplies and equipment neatly organized in storage closets. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Fingerprinting and TB clearance required as a condition of employment. Past employment working with children in a similar afterschool program or a summer day camp desired. First Aid and CPR certification desired but not required. Applicant must be able to maintain a safe environment by identifying and eliminating safety hazards. Follow written procedures. Be a positive role model. Supervise and interact positively with children. Manage groups of 10 to 20 children without assistance. Set up and supervise several activities at the same time. Plan & lead playground games, educational activities, and arts & craft projects. Manage ball & game check out program. Keep supplies and equipment in closets neatly organized. Address and resolve behavior problems in a positive manner. Register and supervise volunteers. Take attendance. Present a positive image of The District to the public. Must be available to work from 3PM until 6PM two or three weekday afternoons each week. ���M�����V/��.