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Class Room Services - Media Equipment Student Employee at UCSB Instructional Development

Employer: UCSB Instructional Development Expires: 05/19/2018 Instructional Development – Media Equipment is looking for self-motivated students who are interested in providing classroom technology support in 97 general assignment classrooms, as well as public event support both on and off campus.  Applicants must have experience using Windows 7 - 10, OS X, PowerPoint and other MS Office programs. Computer science or engineering major a plus, but all majors are considered.  Applicants should have a basic understanding of audio and video systems. Experience with audio mixing consoles and microphones are a plus, but not required. Our general office hours are between 7AM and 7:30PM.  However, the University events that we support often fall outside our office hours.  We are flexible with scheduling hours and will work around academic schedules.  Additional work opportunities include campus breaks, evenings, weekends, and June Commencement. Preferential consideration will be given to people who can work during the Summer Session.  Some prearranged work outside normal business hours will be required, but scheduling is flexible. We prefer that applicants possess a valid driver’s license.

Restaurant - Front of House Staff at The Club & Guest House at UC Santa Barbara

Employer: The Club & Guest House at UC Santa Barbara - Dining Expires: 05/18/2018 Thank you for your interest in employment at The Club & Guesthouse, we are seeking people to fill the following positions: Front of House (FOH) staff includes the following positions, Servers, Food Runners, Bussers and Hosts. Staff will be crossed trained to function in all positions.  Summary Front of House (FOH) staff work in the restaurant within The Club & Guest House, a boutique hotel with 34 guestrooms, four meeting facilities, a restaurant and bar. The restaurant will currently be opened serving breakfast for guests of the hotel and lunch for faculty, staff and the general public. Front of House Staff will report to the Food and Beverage Manager and are responsible for providing excellent customer service to all guests of The Club & Guest House.Minimum requirements:-          Fingerprinting and Campus Conduct background check-          Able to work at least 10 - 12 hours per week-      Be available for at least 3 lunch shifts-          Able to work a flexible schedule based on the restaurant needs-          Able to work most if not all university holidays-          Wear a uniform and name badge.-          Be available for trainingWage:-          $11.00 per hourSchedule:Currently the following shifts are what we have available:Mon – Sun:                         6:00am – 10:00amMonday – Friday:               10:30am – 2:30pm If you meet the minimum requirements and are still interested in applying for the position please attach the following:-          Your resume-          Your school schedule-          Day and times you are available to workYou will be invited to an interview based on your qualifications presented on your resume and your availability to work. If you are not invited to an interview we will keep you application on file for future consideration as our employment need change in the future.  Thank you for your time.

Transcripts and Verifications Assistant at UCSB Office of the Registrar

Employer: UCSB Office of the Registrar Expires: 11/02/2018 Transcripts & Verifications Administrative Assistant We are seeking a motivated individual that has excellent attention to detail that would be handling sensitive records and information. The duties of the T&V Assistant are to assist our staff with supply inventory, mail processes and would include: Faxing, photocopying, scanning, stuffing envelopes, running errands, applying postage, trouble-shooting issues and special projects. Ideally we are hoping to find a candidate that can undergo paid training during the summer and stay on into the academic year. Work-Study applies to July 1-June 30th. As a member of Student Affairs handling sensitive information these will be mandatory: FERPA TrainingComputer TrainingFingerprinting/Background check

Tech Assistant I at College of Agricultural, Human, Natural Resource Sciences

Employer: College of Agricultural, Human, Natural Resource Sciences Expires: 05/16/2018 Job Vacancy Number: #1535354 WSU Variety Testing Program (VTP) is looking for an energetic individual to assist with a variety of tasks related to conducting successful field experiments with winter and spring wheat and spring barley during the summer of 2018. There is a possibility of extending the appointment into fall of 2018 academic years on part-time basis. The work includes but is not limited to assisting with planting, maintaining, harvesting of variety of winter and spring wheat and barley trials, data collection, grain processing and grain sampling. Majority of work during summer is performed outside of Pullman on small research plots throughout Eastern Washington (transportation to and from sites is provided). Attention to detail and a good work ethic are ESSENTIAL. Must be reliable, able to understand and follow both written and oral instructions and complete the tasks efficiently and effectively. Summer position is FULL TIME ONLY.Northern Arizona University is a committed Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.  Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  NAU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.  EEO Law Poster  NAU is an Employer of National Service.  AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other National Service alumni are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Animal Technician at The Cat House Hotel (R)

Employer: The Cat House Hotel (R) Expires: 12/31/2018 The Asst. Animal Technician (AAT) position is an excellent learning environment for career choices in biology, zoology, biochemistry, psychology/cognitive behavior careers. AATs are responsible for the care and observation of cats staying in the private hotel/kennel for daily up to months-long care, with 35-70 cats on site daily; Tech. may interact with cat parents, local veterinarians and definitely Manager and each other in a data-driven, team environment.  AATs document cat observations, evaluate any deviations from the norm and hypothesize as to why and what interventions may be required.  Conversations with the community parents, veterinarian professionals and acute care vet facilities are sometimes needed.  Many cat parents are out of the country, all requiring excellent communication skills, professional scientific detail, specificity and anecdotal evidence for ancillary care.  Technicians participate over time in the cleaning, feeding grooming, medicating the cats and maintaining daily hygiene of the private hotel.  Cats with diabetes and other "special needs" are frequent visitors.  In business since 8.1.2000, open 7 days.  Must commit to Holiday schedules where compensation is 1.5-2 times hourly rate.  

Student Assistant in Payroll at UCSB Business and Financial Services

Employer: UCSB Business and Financial Services Expires: 05/01/2018 We are looking for a reliable, detail-oriented student to assist in the Payroll department for various duties including: ·        Filing employment documents ·        Assisting payroll staff with various filing and other tasks We need someone who is able to work a consistent schedule of 10 hours a week. Our ideal student assistant is punctual, responsible, trustworthy and self-motivated with an eye for detail. Strict confidentiality must be adhered to. The employee will be working with confidential information and will require fingerprinting prior to starting. This position requires standing, bending and lifting in the filing areas on a consistent basis. We are looking for someone that can start now and work through the summer with a possible extension into the new school year. Job Location: Business and Financial Services 3201 SAASB, Santa Barbara CA, 93106

Bike Mechanic at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Bike shop Expires: 12/31/2022 Serving the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of UCSB since 1974, the Associated Students Bike Shop is a student-funded non-profit organization dedicated to education, service, and safety. We are looking for bike mechanics who are enthusiastic about bikes, good team players and can provide quick and efficient customer service to join our team and uphold our same morals. We are one of the busiest bike shops in California, so we are looking for employees that are able to work autonomously and well under the pressure.The responsibilities of our bike mechanics are to attend to customers, diagnose bikes and complete repairs in a timely manner. Along with these primary duties, mechanics will be responsible for maintaining a clean work space and teaching bike maintenance to members of the community.Required skills:-Enthusiasm about bikes and working with tools-Effective communication skills-Willingness to learn-Autonomous-Reliable and punctual-Strong team playerAs a business employed by UCSB, we do offer work study for students that qualify. Applicants should expect to work between 12-18.5 hours each week. If you have an enthusiasm for bikes or repairs, we encourage you to apply! Please submit a cover letter and resume.

Student Services Assistant at UCSB Office of the Registrar

Employer: UCSB Office of the Registrar Expires: 05/01/2018 Under general supervision, provides support for the Student Services Unit. Responsible for providing exceptional customer service, serving as the first point of contact for all incoming students to the Office of the Registrar. Applicant(s) must have superior communication and writing skills, strong analytical ability and be responsible for the safeguarding of confidential information.Responsible for assisting incoming students by providing further information on university processes as well as advising students on corresponding forms and petitions. Percentage of time: 60% Frequency: Daily   Responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of UCSB student information systems for the purposes of assisting with student inquiries (training provided) Percentage of time: 30% Frequency: Daily   Performs special duties as assigned by Supervisor(s) Percentage of time: 10% Frequency: Weekly    

Mail Services Assistant - Summer Position at UCSB Distribution & Logistical Services

Employer: UCSB Distribution & Logistical Services Expires: 05/06/2018 Performs a variety of duties related to the processing and delivery of US mail, student mail and campus mail. This includes picking up and delivering mail throughout the campus. In all aspects of work, provides outstanding customer service, exercising good judgement, interpersonal and technical skills and is professional in every aspect. Communicates well with clients, co-workers and supervisor, promoting teamwork and positive relations. Altered work schedule may arise requiring hours outside of established schedule. Early dismissal possible if all work complete. Clean DMV record required. 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.We have the following Summer Shifts* available June 25 - September 21, 2018: Mon  8:00am - 11:00amTue, 8:00am - NoonWed  8:00am - 11:00am Fri 8:00am - 11:00am* We are hoping the hired student(s) will continue working with Mail Services into the 2018-2019 Academic Year, where hopefully their Federal Work Study Award would become active.

A.S. Videographer at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Creative Media Expires: 05/05/2018 ***THIS JOB BEGINS IN FALL 2018***Under the direction of the A.S. Art Director, the student videographer will produce videos for a variety of A.S. boards, units, committees, and commissions such as promotional videos, event recaps, and trainings. The student videographer will also participate in the A.S. Creative Media Unit to assist with the department's marketing and other creative projects as assigned.This is an on-campus position, 2-10 hours a week. Work study is available.

UCIV Team Leader at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Administration Expires: 04/18/2018 Under the supervision of the Isla Vista Community Advisor, the UCIV Team Leaders lead teams of volunteers in Isla Vista as part of A.S. Public Safety Commission’s UCIV volunteer program. The Team Leader ensures all UCIV policies and procedures are followed; assists volunteers in their duties; provides education and training to volunteers; keeps in regular communication with the UCIV Coordinator and reports any key contacts made with residents during shifts. UCIV Team Leaders and volunteers interact with Isla Vista residents and visitors to provide them with knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their own and the community’s well-being. They act as mediators to prevent conflict and promote peaceful interactions between public safety officers and Isla Vista residents and visitors to the community. When needed, the volunteers connect people with medical services or other public safety officials.   The UCIV Team Leader must be self-motivated, reliable, able to work independently, and able to work weekend evenings. The ideal candidate should have received training in some or all of the following areas: Safe Space, CARE (Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education), Alcohol and Other Drugs Certification, CPR Certification, LRC Know Your Rights, Undocumented Student Services Training. In addition, the Team Leader must have excellent oral and written communication skills and bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency is preferred. This position requires someone who has experience and enjoys working with a diverse community in a student-driven environment. The UCIV Team Leader should be familiar with Isla Vista and area resources.  Must remain nonjudgmental and help to promote culture change in Isla Vista through peer-to-peer accountability. Those who qualify are eligible for work study. 

Creative Design & Marketing Assistant at UCSB MultiCultural Center

Employer: UCSB MultiCultural Center Expires: 04/27/2018 The MCC is seeking a creative, advocacy-minded student to fill its Creative Design & Marketing Assistant position. The position requires familiarity and eagerness to work with student organizations, particularly organizations focused on multiculturalism or social justice issues. The ideal candidate is actively involved in social media/marketing/graphic design and has experience creating eye-catch promotional images and content. The Creative Design & Marketing Assistant performs a wide range of graphic production/design, marketing and administrative support functions related to the development and completion of events and communications projects. This may include producing flyers, advertisements, listing proposals, PowerPoint, marketing emails and web pages, as well as taking pictures of events (on occasion). The position reports to the Publicist & Marketing Coordinator and interfaces directly with the entire staff to ensure that marketing and communications materials are on point and appropriately reflect the MultiCultural Center. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Assist with managing and monitoring all MCC social media platformsAssist with the promotion and publicity of all MCC events and programs – i.e., overlook and participate in tabling, create posters and flyers, create Facebook events.Support with promotion and marketing campaignsDevelop and research outreach strategies and opportunities to increase MCC recognition to campus and off-campus audienceResearch relevant community and campus contacts and update contact listsAssist in design for annual reportCreating DigiKnow slides to advertise events to undergraduate students living in the Residence HallsWriting original copy for events, announcements, newsletters, press releases, etc.May be asked to attend events to promote via social media and/or assist with the management of event.  Any other miscellaneous tasks assigned such as posting promotional materials, making announcements of MCC events at classrooms or group meetings.    REQUIREMENTS:   Strong interest in the mission of the MultiCultural CenterAdobe Creative Suite experience preferred; Photoshop experience requiredStrong understanding of design—(color theory, typography, etc.) preferred but not requiredSensitivity to the issues and concerns of marginalized communities, including people of color and people of diverse sexual orientations, ethnicities and cultural backgroundsStrong spelling and grammar skills; ability to write a good headline and caption is a plusExcellent attention to detail and ability to proof own work before presentingCustomer service skills: welcoming, considerate, friendly and ambitious attitudeAbility to interact with faculty, staff, other students and the general public in a professional and respectful mannerComputer skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email etiquette, etc.Work-study required   HOURS & COMPENSATION: Hours: 8-10 hours/week, starting hourly is $12.50/hour                  First evaluation: 3 months   JOB START DATE: September 2018 (fall quarter), but will need to attend paid training sessions during spring quarter with current staff and attend a mandatory MCC retreat before fall quarter   To apply – include the following in your application: n  Resume n  Cover letter n  GPA, year and major n  Graphic design samples/portfolio

AV Tech/Stagehand at UCSB Instructional Development

Employer: UCSB Instructional Development - Campbell Hall Expires: 06/08/2018 Provides technical and media support for special events in Campbell Hall such as guest lectures, concerts, Art & Lectures presentations, and film series, to name only a few examples.Pay starts at $11/hr and increases $.50/hr every 200 hrs. or 2 quarters.Please complete and attach this Classroom Services Employment Application:http://ivtheaters.classroom.id.ucsb.edu/sites/default/files/employment_application_0.pdfPlease also attach your hours of availability or a class schedule if available.

Student Lab Assistant at UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute, Rothman Lab

Employer: UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute, Rothman Lab Expires: 04/09/2018 Job description: Washing glassware, stocking lab supplies, preparing chemical solutions, sterilizing glassware and solutions, pouring agar plates and inoculating with bacteria.Experience needed: Must be dependable, responsible, and able to do repeated tasks with extreme attention to detail. Must have taken intro Biology and/or Chemistry. Must be available to work 8-15 hours/week between 9am and 3pm Monday- Friday, starting immediately and through the following academic year as well as academic holidays.

WGSE Student Staff Positions (CARE, Women's Center, Non-Trad, and Admin Staff) at UCSB Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)

Employer: UCSB Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE) Expires: 04/18/2018 The UCSB Women, Gender & Sexual Equity (WGSE) department is now hiring for the 18-19 academic year!Applications and full job descriptions are available on the WGSE website at wgse.sa.ucsb.eduApply by Tuesday, April 17th. Applications can be directly submitted at https://goo.gl/forms/2wsuJVpICzw2JR0h1

SOD Student Assistant at UCSB Office of the Registrar

Employer: UCSB Office of the Registrar Expires: 04/19/2018 Title of Position: SOD Student Assistant Location: UCSB Office of the Registrar (1101 SAASB, UCSB)Under general supervision, provides support for the Systems Operations and Development Unit.Responsible for imaging and auditing documents specific to students’ records for the divisional document imaging system.Responsible for sorting, prepping and scanning student documents from various sources (i.e. student folders, Imaging in-bin backlog, grad matters degree audits, etc). Also responsible for post-scanning procedures, which include indexing each individual document, and subsequently reviewing and auditing all work performed by imaging staff for accuracy, quality and continuity. Percentage of time: 60% Frequency: DailyResponsible for filing and sorting completed physical documents for retention. Offers feedback concerning imaging procedures.Percentage of time: 25% Frequency: DailyResponsible for data entry, auditing records and reports, drafting correspondence (as assigned), receiving various office deliveries and filing. Percentage of time: 10% Frequency: DailyPerforms special duties as assigned by Supervisor(s).Percentage of time: 5% Frequency: Weekly

Community household Hazardous Waste Program Student Technician at UCSB Environmental Health & Safety

Employer: UCSB Environmental Health & Safety Expires: 05/21/2018 Under close supervision assist in the operation of the Santa Barbara County Household Hazardous Waste Program.  Typical duties are as follows:Up to 20 hours/week, working weekends 9:00am-3:00pm.  Needed to be available for summer.Learn how to segregate waste streams beginning with latex, oil base paint, aerosols and universal waste like batteries, florescent bulbs, motor oil and antifreeze.  Eventually understanding the overpack waste streams of flammable, corrosive, toxic etc...Learn how to prepare waste drums in compliance with the Department of Transportation rules.Learn how to prepare a Manifest and Bill of Lading for the shipment of hazardous waste.Interact with the public informing them about the rules and regulations and options for the disposal of hazardous waste.  Assist EH&S staff as needed.  Potential for full-time employment upon graduation.

Guest Services Representative at UCSB Transportation & Parking Services

Employer: UCSB Transportation & Parking Services Expires: 04/18/2018 Currently Hiring UCSB Students Who Are Going To Be In Santa Barbara For Summer 2018Acts as customer service representative for Transportation and Parking Services.  Issues sponsored guest parking permits, provide parking information and directions to campus visitors.Employee may sell parking permits at large events. Such as,conferences,athletic activities,concerts,etc. employee will be accountable for balancing cash received with permits issued.  Employee may set up directional road signs & reserved spaces in support of special guest or dignitaries arriving on our campus  Employee must be punctual, have good communication skills,desire to help others and excellent customer service skills. Employee must demonstrate their ability to work as part of team. 

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