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Laboratory Sustainability Coordinator at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/28/2018 LabRATSLaboratory Sustainability CoordinatorDue Date: April 27th, 2018Hours Per Week: 10-12 Hrs.Wage: $14/hr.Preferred start date: Summer or Fall 2018Commitment date: Must be available to participate through June 2019Primary Department: UCSB SustainabilityDescription of the Internship:Student interns in the LabRATS Program assist laboratories by identifying ways that they could improve the environmental impact of their research operations. Students will visit researchers in a wide variety of departments, learning about instrumentation and experimentation in diverse fields of study.LabRATS prides itself on working on the weird problems – Can you compost Agar? What is the most energy efficient fly incubator? How could you run an autoclave with less water? If you are someone who likes applying your knowledge to new and interesting problems, this program is for you!ResponsibilitiesThis intern will provide general support to the LabRATS program and assist with several new and expanding programs. In addition to laboratory assessments, interns in our program will compare laboratory equipment to identify the most efficient models, encourage laboratories to use more water efficient methodologies and equipment, and explore options for recycling atypical materials such as laboratory gloves.Specific responsibilities include:Communicating sustainability information to researchers. This may include presentations at scheduled meetings or seminars, and door to door lab visits;Creating guidebooks and web content to communicate sustainability policies, practices, and resources as they relate to researchers;Energy metering of laboratory equipment;Research into alternative laboratory methodologies and practices; andEvaluating laboratory practices through assessments. This is something you will be trained on the job for and are not expected to know how to do in advance.The students will meet with a project advisor at least once a week for consistent and ongoing mentorship and one on one training. In addition this, the selected student will frequently meet with professional staff in the field, faculty with expertise in this area, student leaders, and other campus and community stakeholders to receive feedback and further guidance.Eligibility RequirementsMinimum RequirementsIndependent thinker capable of collaborating to design and implement programs and practices;Must be pursuing either a major or minor in the natural sciences, engineering, or pursing a BS in Environmental Studies at UCSB;Has taken at least one laboratory class or worked/volunteered in a research lab;Strong writing and editing skills;Comfortable reading and synthesizing published research articles (Hint! We are likely to ask you about the most recent peer-reviewed article you have read in the interview);Diplomatic and open-minded;Strong note-taking skills; andStrong professional communication skills.Preferred, but Not Required or ExpectedKnowledge of sustainable practices; andProficiency with technical writing.To ApplyPlease 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 and cover letter describing your interest in the position to internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com by the deadline at the top of this posting. If you are eligible for work-study, please note this in the cover letter. Work-study is not required, but is preferred. If you no longer have work study for this year, but are likely to have it next fall, please let us know that as well.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 “LabRATS”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

Green Office Certification Coordinator at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/28/2018 PACES (http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/paces/)Green Office Certification CoordinatorApplication Deadline: April 27th, 2018Hours Per Week: 10-15 Hrs.Wage: $14/hr.Preferred start date: Summer or Fall 2018 with some training in MayCommitment date: Must be available to participate through June 2019Primary Department: UCSB SustainabilityDescription of the Internship:Student interns in the PACES Program assist departments across campus by identifying ways that they could improve their environmental impact, celebrating success stories of resource conservation, and informing campus staff and faculty of sustainability policies relevant and resources available to them. This work is essentially environmental consulting. This internship creates an opportunity for students to think creatively as they partner with campus staff and faculty to develop innovative solutions to sustainability challenges.  This position primarily includes work on the computer, interviews with campus staff, oral presentations, and site visits to campus departments to investigate their practices.In the past year, we also launched a green event certification program and have also applied for a grant to offer certifications of sporting and recreation events. These additional certification types will be within the duties of the selected interns.Responsibilities:Complete assessments of the sustainability practices of departments including waste, energy, and water auditing. Applicants will be trained in how to do this on the job;Document existing sustainable practices of departments;Research potential new practices that could be implemented;Partner with departmental stakeholders to brainstorm solutions to current environmental challenges; andInform departmental staff, students, and faculty about policies, resources, and best practices in office sustainability.Background:PACES (the Program for the Assessment and Certification for the Environment and Sustainability) recognizes departmental leadership in campus sustainability and assists departments in identifying new opportunities where they can further reduce their impact on the environment. Through hands on experience within a business team setting, the PACES program guides interns on implementing sustainable practices to UCSB departments and office spaces through team collaboration, sustainability policy development, and auditing (energy and waste auditing for example). Ultimately, the PACES program goal is to reduce the environmental impact of departments on campus as well as to promote sustainable policies and protocols that will meet our future climate action and sustainability goals.The students will meet with a project advisor at least once a week for consistent and ongoing mentorship and one on one training. In addition this, the selected student will frequently meet with professional staff in the field, faculty with expertise in this area, student leaders, and other campus and community stakeholders to receive feedback and further guidance.Eligibility RequirementsMinimum Requirements:A current UCSB student;Independent thinker capable of collaborating to design and implement programs and practices;Driven individual that can think through a task given to them to identify steps to achieve the task at hand;Strong writing and editing skills;Diplomatic and open-minded;Strong note-taking skills;Detail-oriented;Professional in verbal communications; andFamiliarity with sustainable practices.Preferred, but Not Required or Expected:Experience working with staff and/or faculty on projects;Experience working towards deadlines; andMore knowledge of environmental issues, green building practices, or sustainability through academic, personal pursuit, or past internships.To ApplyPlease 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 and cover letter describing your interest in the position to internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com by the deadline at the top of this posting. If you are eligible for work-study, please note this in the cover letter. Work-study is not required, but is preferred. If you no longer have work study for this year, but are likely to have it next fall, please let us know that as well.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 “PACES”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

Publicity Coordinator, Take the Stairs Campaign at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/10/2018 Healthy Campus NetworkTake the Stairs ProgramPublicity CoordinatorWages: $14/hr.Hours: 10-15 hrs./weekStart date: ImmediateApplications due: April 9th, 2018DescriptionThe UCSB Healthy Campus Network seeks a student intern to publicize our Take the Stairs Program and to help with broad promotion and outreach for the Healthy Campus Network. The Take the Stairs Program was inspired by UCLA’s Stairwell Program. This year, each of the UC campuses are launching a take the stairs campaign and will be working in close coordination with each other. At UCSB we installed two murals in Webb Hall and sculptures in four locations. We are also running a take the stairs signage campaign in San Nicholas Residence Hall in Spring 2018. The selected student will be tabling by elevators to encourage people to take the stairs, running a pledge campaign to encourage people to take the stairs, hanging signage, giving brief presentations on the program, distributing maps of the art work around campus, collecting data on stair use, and documenting the success of the program.DutiesDevelop language for promotional materials to encourage the use of stairwells;Organize tabling and events near stairwells to raise awareness about stairwell use for health and environmental benefits;Actively engage building occupants to encourage them use stairwells (tabling and presentations);Develop reports documenting approaches and strategies used in the stairwell campaign;Communicate regularly with HCN statewide leads to update them on our progress on the Take the Stairs Campaign. Quarterly reports will need to be drafted;Develop metrics and track data on the success of each stairwell campaign effort;Engage the physical health sub-committee and local steering committee of the HCN in supporting the take the stairs campaign;Recruit volunteers and student organization leaders to help promote the stairwell campaign;Check meters where we collect data on stairway use and document outcomes;Run a pledge campaign to encourage use of stairwell; andCreate social media posts regarding the take the stairs campaign.Minimum RequirementsComfortable using Facebook and Instagram;Professional and clear communicator;Engaging writer who is able to tell a cohesive and exciting story about our work;Detail oriented;Personable and comfortable with public outreach;Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;Diplomatic and openness to consider multiple perspectives on a given issue; andGood at time management.Preferred RequirementsFamiliarity with evaluating, tracking data, and/or reporting on programs;Ability to check stairwell meters at 8am on some weekday mornings (currently this is done by our other intern on this program and it would be nice if she could split this work load with another student); andFamiliarity with health and wellness issues.Application InstructionsPlease 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 examples of your past graphic design work 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 “HCN – Take the Stairs Intern”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

Alternative Transportation Coordinator at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/10/2018 Application Deadline: April 9th, 2018Hours Per Week: 10-15 Hrs.Wage: $14/hr.Preferred start date: ImmediateCommitment: Spring 2018 OnlyPrimary Department: UCSB SustainabilityProgram:The UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative at UCSB launched an effort this year to expand the number of staff and faculty traveling to UCSB via alternative means (vanpool, carpool, bike, etc.) We are seeking an undergraduate student to assist us in Spring quarter with outreach to staff and faculty. For the month of May, most of the efforts will be centered around CycleMAYnia. We are planning a series of events like a bike to work breakfast, electric bike test drive event, BBQ for bike commuters, and bike tours. The intern will also assist with increasing participation in the campus vanpool program and supporting other alternative transportation programs for UCSB. Responsibilities: Event logistics to bike to school/work events;Encourage staff, faculty, and graduate students to form bike to work teams for CycleMAYnia;Promotion and marketing of events and services supporting alternative transportation;Collaborate with transportation and parking services and the UCSB Sustainable Transportation team on alternative transportation programs;Promote vanpool options for commuting to UCSB.Eligibility RequirementsMinimum Requirements:Independent thinker capable of collaborating to design and implement programs and practices;Diplomatic;Effective interpersonal communication skills;Ability to develop relationships with diverse stakeholders;Good with professional communication;Experience with community building;Comfortable with public outreach (past experience in sales, door to door campaigns, etc can offer good transferable skills here)Strong writing and editing skills;Good note-taking skills; andMust be a UCSB student.Preferred Requirements:Excitement for bicycling as a form of commuting;Commitment to alternative transportation; andExperience with outreach or marketing efforts.Application Instructions: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 and cover letter describing your interest in the position to internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com by the 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 “Alternative Transportation”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

ECOalition Coordinator at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/17/2018 Application Deadline: April 9th, 2018Hours Per Week: 10-15 Hrs.Wage: $14/hr.Preferred start date: ImmediateCommitment date: Could either be just Spring 2018 or Spring 2018 through June 2019Primary Department: UCSB SustainabilityProgram:ECOalition is a coalition of student-run organizations who work on environmental issues at UCSB. There are currently approximately 30 student environmental groups participating in ECOalition. The organization creates spaces for student groups to share information and collaborate. The organization also helps to ensure that the student voice is heard on issues related to the environment through the passing of resolutions and by being a facilitator and occasional liaison between the student leaders and the campus administration. ECOalition also maintains a list of the current leadership of student-run organizations on campus working on the environment and maintains outreach tools to help communicate to the broader student body about the many opportunities for students to be involved in the environmental movement.Responsibilities:The ECOalition Coordinator will foster relationships with campus student organizations, staff, and administration within UCSB. This is a role that requires building a rapport with many stakeholders. Further responsibilities include:Establishing and maintaining relationships with student leaders as well as campus administration.Maintaining regular face-to-face contact with student organizers by attending general and one-on-one meetings.Staying up-to-date on sustainability-related projects, campaigns, and initiatives.Helping foster collaborations among student environmental organizations.Facilitating ECOalition council and townhall meetings.Generate discussion of ideas among organizations that better the environmental community within UCSB.Maintaining a database of ECOalition organizations and members.Acting as an informational resource for environmental organizations on campus.Support UCSB Sustainability’s communication team by ensuring all student environmental events are posted to the UCSB Sustainability calendar.Use wordpress (a content management system) to update the ECOalition website. No prior experience necessary.Be responsive to the needs of student environmental organizations and what their hopes are for ECOalition in the coming year.Please note that priorities and actions of the ECOalition are determined by member groups rather than the UCSB Sustainability Program or the ECOalition Coordinator. This is a support role meant to empower student organizations from across the campus.Eligibility RequirementsMinimum Requirements:Effective interpersonal communication skills;Ability to develop relationships with diverse stakeholders;Good with professional communication;Experience with community building;Comfortable facilitating meetings;Strong writing and editing skills;Good note-taking skills; andMust be a UCSB student.Preferred Requirements:Knowledge of sustainability.Experience with coalition building.Experience with student organizations on campus.Application Instructions: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 and cover letter describing your interest in the position to internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com by the deadline at the top of this posting. If you are eligible for work-study, please note this in the cover letter. Work-study is not required, but is preferred. If you no longer have work study for this year, but are likely to have it next fall, please let us know that as well.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 “ECOalition”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

Food Recovery Project Coordinator at UCSB Sustainability Program

Employer: UCSB Sustainability Program Expires: 04/10/2018 Food Recovery Project CoordinatorFunded by The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF)Applications due April 9th, 2018Hours Per Week: 10-15hoursStart date: ImmediateInternship Duration: Must be able to stay until December 2018 and work in Summer.Wage: $14/hr.Description of InternshipFoodCycling (a student-led organization) and the UCSB Sustainability Program seeks an undergraduate student to manage a set of food recovery programs for the UCSB campus. In April 2018, we will be launching a program to pick up donated food from university center locations and deliver to the AS Food Bank via bike. We will also be running several gleaning events throughout the Santa Barbara region where we will be organizing volunteers to pick fruit that would be otherwise left on the trees.The selected student will have the opportunity to be a part of launching a new program and oversee the implementation of the early stages of the program.  The student must be a person who is coalition builder and willing to work through the  collaborative decision making process of the University.  Any food recovery efforts that we take on will need to be based on a commitment to health, safety and risk management.  We are looking for a student that will take these issues seriously.DutiesDevelop and maintain a healthy volunteer base;Develop student volunteers into future leaders of the program;Help to collect food from the university center for donation via bike (must be comfortable biking with a trailer);Collaborate with local non-profits that are working on food recovery solutions for the broader county;Identify additional potential partners for the program;Continue collaborations with Environmental Health & Safety and Risk Management to refine protocols and ensure implementation of health, safety, liability guidelines;Draft grants and fundraising appeals to support the pilot program;Ensure that the pilot is implemented in such a way to stay in compliance with health, safety and risk guidelines;Document the implementation of the food recovery program;Evaluate program on a consistent and ongoing basis;Minimum RequirementsIndependent thinker capable of collaborating to design and implement programs and practices;Diplomatic;Professional in written and verbal communications;Detail-oriented;Good at complex logistics;Personable and able to recruit volunteers;Comfortable biking with a trailer carrying coolers;Good-editing skills; andPersistent, yet patient.Preferred RequirementsExperience in coalition building and/or engagement of multiple diverse partnersExperience with budget development and/or fundraisingBackgroundThe UC Global Food Initiative challenged staff, faculty, and students throughout the University of California system to consider what each of us can do to address food security locally and globally. As part of this effort, a Student Food Access and Security Study was completed. The study found that 19% of students who responded to the survey had very low food security and 23% of student respondents had low food security across the University of California system as a whole. There are also issues of food security among the greater community in our region. One potential solution to addressing this issue is to consider how processed foods that are currently being composted could be diverted to people in need. There is also interest in this project from the writers of the Santa Barbara County Food Action Plan and some opportunities for collaboration.The students will meet with a project advisor at least once a week for consistent and ongoing mentorship and one on one training. In addition this, the selected student will frequently meet with professional staff in the field, faculty with expertise in this area, student leaders, and other campus and community stakeholders to receive feedback and further guidance.To ApplyPlease 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 and cover letter describing your interest in the position to internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com by deadline included at the top of this posting. If you are eligible for work-study, please note this in the cover letter. Work-study is not required, but is preferred. If you no longer have work study for this year, but are likely to have it next fall, please let us know that as well.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 “Food Recovery Project Coordinator”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More InformationPlease email Katie Maynard, internshipsucsbsustainability@gmail.com after having read the above information thoroughly.Please also note that we  have several other positions available as well, please see the full list at: http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/internship-opportunities-ucsb-sustainability/.

Graphic Designer at UCSB Department of Recreation

Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 04/06/2018 Job Description: Graphic Designers maintain a consistent and professional image for the Department of Recreation through the use of engaging designs and high visual standards. Candidates should possess a high level of initiative and have the ability to professionally interact with full-time and student staff, as well as participants. Mandatory Dates: September 22, 2018- All Rec Staff Training September TBD, 2018 – Fun & Fitness Festival Responsibilities: ·        Contribute to the strategic development of marketing for the Department of Recreation programs, events, facilities and services. ·        Create original graphics including, but not limited to: print collateral, website and social media visuals, facility signage, event signage, digital displays, mobile advertisements, schedule layouts, apparel and promotional giveaway items. ·        Assist with printing flyers, posters, banners and other marketing collateral ·        Collaborate with members of the Marketing Team to create output appropriate for each promotion ·        Adhere to deadlines and production schedule for promotions by managing personal weekly project flow ·        Serve as a back-up photographer and videographer as needed ·        Actively participate in Marketing Team staff meetings ·        Other duties as assigned Qualifications: Required: ·        At least one year experience or one year of coursework in graphic design ·        Strong graphic design skills as demonstrated through a portfolio of work ·        Proven ability to work with Adobe Creative Suite/Creative Cloud ·        Ability to work as part of a team and work independently ·        Available to work a combination of weekday, evening, and/or weekend hours dependent on event/program needs Preferred: ·        Experience developing marketing content ·        Ability to work with a DSLR camera and photo editing software Position: ·        This position is open to currently enrolled full time or part time UCSB students ·        Minimum of 10 hours per week, maximum of 20 hours per week ·        Must be available to work during the summer quarter   Pay: $11.50/hour

Marketing Assistant at UCSB Department of Recreation

Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 04/06/2018 Job Description:Marketing Assistants maintain a consistent and professional image and voice for the Department of Recreation through the use of social media marketing, copywriting, quality imagery and outreach. Candidates should possess a high level of initiative and have the ability to professionally interact with full-time and student staff, as well as participants. Mandatory Dates: September 22, 2018- All Rec Staff Training September TBD, 2018 – Fun & Fitness Festival Responsibilities: ·        Contribute to the strategic development of marketing for the Department of Recreation programs, events, facilities and services. ·        Write original promotional copy for outlets including, but not limited to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat), email newsletters, website, print collateral, articles and press releases. ·        Implement tabling, tours and outreach events on campus and in the community ·        Assist with printing flyers, posters, banners and other marketing collateral ·        Assist with distributing print collateral on campus and in the community ·        Identify emerging social media and marketing trends that can be utilized to reach our audience ·        Collaborate with members of the Marketing Team to create output appropriate for each promotion ·        Adhere to deadlines and production schedule for promotions by managing personal weekly project flow ·        Serve as a back-up photographer as needed ·        Actively participate in Marketing Team staff meetings ·        Other duties as assigned Qualifications: Required: ·        At least one year experience or one year of coursework in marketing, public relations and/or communication ·        Strong organizational, problem solving and planning skills ·        Strong written communication skills as demonstrated through a portfolio of work ·        Strong verbal communication skills ·        Must be dedicated to excellent customer service ·        Ability to work as part of a team and work independently ·        Available to work a combination of weekday, evening, and/or weekend hours dependent on event/program needs Preferred: ·        Experience creating and managing marketing content ·        Ability to work with a DSLR camera Position: ·        This position is open to currently enrolled full time or part time UCSB students ·        Minimum of 10 hours per week, maximum of 20 hours per week ·        Must be available to work during the summer quarter   Pay: $11.00/hour

House Manager at UCSB Theater and Dance

Employer: UCSB Theater and Dance Expires: 04/07/2018 House Manager responsibilities include: ·      Manage house duties for all performances and events; i.e. tearing tickets, showing people to their seats, distributing programs, etc.·       Lead and manage volunteer ushers assigned while on duty.·      Attend to the needs of patrons in a friendly and welcoming manner.·      Answer patron questions regarding the Department of Theater and Dance and its events including venue logistics (i.e. location of restrooms, concessions, etc.), information about the event, general building history, etc.·      Ensure the safety of all patrons.·      Act as the main contact for university and emergency services, if needed during assigned shifts.·      Act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt, accommodating, and professional manner.·      Complete House Manager Report following each performance worked.·      Ensure that ushers are informed a week before performance about the time, place, and their duties.·      Assist with programs duties which may include stuffing programs with inserts, distribution of programs to appropriate area, maintenance of programs and collection of programs at event's end.·      Actively participate in the emergency evacuation, if necessary.·      Check email daily and respond to the Department of Theater and Dance’s emails within 24 hours.·      Ensure that all signs are properly set up.·      Oversee comp tickets list. Note all people who didn’t claim their tickets.·      Complete an orientation and training session prior to first assignment·      Carefully review VIP list and other pre-performance notes prior to each performance to learn about the job assignment and event specifics.·      Attend all scheduled house management staff meetings.·      Support the logistical and operational needs of the department as needed; i.e. data entry, mailings, moving chairs, stuffing programs, etc.·      Set up concessions·      Engaging with Box Office staff

Fitness Assistant - UCSB Recreation Center at UCSB Department of Recreation

Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 04/14/2018 Now Hiring Fitness Assistants For Summer 2018 Currently accepting applications through First review of applications will be on Friday, April 13th 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 or directly email brenda.lear@recreation.ucsb.edu. ***Interview invitations will be sent out the following week. 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 Programs to provide customer service in the Fitness Center (this includes Group Fitness, Personal Training, Recreation Classes and upcoming Special Events). Recreation Department Expectations:  ·     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: $11/hour)

Lifeguard/Swim Instructor at UCSB Department of Recreation

Employer: UCSB Department of Recreation Expires: 08/07/2018 We are hiring Lifeguards and Swim Instructors to work year round with the UCSB Aquatics Programs.  All of our lifeguards are Red Cross certified.  Water Safety Instructor certification are preferred but not required for swim instructors.  We do offer Red Cross certification classes for Lifeguarding and for Water Safety Instructors.Benefits include working outside, a healthy work environment, creating new friendships with other aquatics/recreation center staff, competitive pay and renewing required certs at no cost.  If you are looking for an anything but boring on campus job that schedules around your classes then this is the job for you.Please contact Rick Van Hoorn at rick.vanhoorn@recreation.ucsb.edu

Student Intake Assistant at UCSB Office of International Students and Scholars

Employer: UCSB Office of International Students and Scholars Expires: 03/06/2018 The Office of International Students & Scholars is looking for students to help us review documents submitted by incoming international students for Fall 2018.  This job requires attention to detail, ability to meet strict deadlines and self discipline to work independently with limited supervision.  You will be responsible for verifying documents submitted are accurate and meet required standards for OISS to produce a visa document.  Desired qualifications would include previous office experience where you have had to meet strict deadlines and professionally communicate with clientele via email and phone. You must be available to work from March 15-August 15th. 

Grafitti Abatement Specialist at Isla Vista Recreation & Park District

Employer: Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Expires: 05/19/2018 The program consists of a sole individual who does the manual labor of removing graffiti, documenting incidents, and finally communicate with local law enforcement, private home owners, and local businesses. The Graffiti Abatement Specialist oversees the entire Isla Vista geographic area with assistance of IVRPD staff, in order to report and remove incidents within 48 hours of their occurrence. The Specialist is able to remove all cases of graffiti in the Isla Vista area, particularly those located on public property, electrical/utility boxes, Marborg Property, park property, and property in the public right of way (approximately 8 feet from the curb). Patrol the streets and parks of Isla Vista for graffiti and similar forms of vandalism. Photograph, record, and remove graffiti Contact private property owners, local businesses, and county offices in regards to graffiti on their property. Maintain and update graffiti log on a regular basis Must be able to bike for extended periods of time throughout Isla Vista Must be able to lift and carry five-gallon buckets of paint y be perforx�V��2

Web Developer at UCSB Administrative & Residential Information Technology

Employer: UCSB Administrative & Residential Information Technology Expires: 05/01/2018 We are looking for a student with an interest in learning Web Developer skills and enjoys working with a small team. You will also be working with SQL Server Databases, performing Business Analysis of End Users' Requirements, and provide Support to Third Party Applications.Our preference is to hire a third year computer science major student, who has had some basic programming experience / course work.

Undergraduate Administrative Assistant at UCSB, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

Employer: UCSB, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology Expires: 03/03/2018 Daily tasks:-check all mailboxes, log and distribute any packages that were received, order any needed lab supplies, email correspondences with lab members and other staff, break down and removal of all recyclables at the end of your shift-Assist the lab manager and lab PI in various tasks (ie. updating bibliography, contacting lab suppliers about order issues, etc)Weekly tasks:-take inventory of commonly used lab supplies every Monday-unpack fly food supplies for fly food maker every Friday-pack the fly food the day after it is made and label itThe job is max. 10 hours/week and temporary/seasonal every quarter.  If the candidate works well in the lab job is renewed at the end of each quarter.Seeking sophmore/junior that is reliable and has excellent written/verbal communication skills.

Administrative Assistant at UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute

Employer: UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute Expires: 06/01/2018 This position is of an administrative and lab assistant. This is NOT a research position. You will be assisting Dr. Craig Montell and lab manager in variety of tasks. This job is for someone who is ready for challenges and enthusiastic about learning and performing variety of tasks. You should be able to handle multiple tasks in a given time. This job requires you to be able to work in a fast-paced environment with good problem solving and finishing the task on time. You will require having a professional demeanor and being conscientious about the performing the tasks given to you. You are required to provide advance notices (2 week) to the lab manager and professor about your change in schedule, exception being an emergency. No last minute changes to the schedule will be accepted. You are expected to work independently once properly trained. You should not be required to micromanaged. Must be able to work all academic days, including summer break (both session A & B) and throughout next school year. Must work for at least 2 hours everyday. Job Duties include (bot not limited to): lab orderings, preparing word/excel documents for professor as per their directions, event organizing, collecting packages and distributing to various lab members, keeping record of all the documentation and paperwork when required, be highly organized and efficient, following up with vendors about delayed/missing orders, being able to aptly handle disgruntled lab member, able to negotiate prices with vendors, filling out reimbursements for lab members, helping lab manager with variety of lab tasks such as making fly food, wrapping food, autoclaving lab waste, throwing trash out, keeping track of schedules of other undergrads, keeping the lab space clean by throwing out trash regularly, making fly traps, performing weekly inventory, cleaning lab equipments etc.     We award you after a year based on your performance. At the end of this job, you will get an excellent reference from Dr. Montell and myself.   Job Duties include (bot not limited to): lab orderings, preparing word/excel documents for professor as per their directions, event organizing, collecting packages and distributing to various lab members, keeping record of all the documentation and paperwork when required, be highly organized and efficient, following up with vendors about delayed/missing orders, being able to aptly handle disgruntled lab member, able to negotiate prices with vendors, filling out reimbursements for lab members, helping lab manager with variety of lab tasks such as making fly food, wrapping food, autoclaving lab waste, throwing trash out, keeping track of schedules of other undergrads, keeping the lab space clean by throwing out trash regularly, making fly traps etc.

Janitor at Isla Vista Recreation & Park District

Employer: Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Expires: 05/18/2018 Maintain District office and Grounds area in a clean and tidy manner. This is the MOST flexible job you will ever have. You work the days and hours you choose. The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the class. Tidy-up the restrooms, restock toilet paper/paper towels, wipe wall tiles, and wipe the sink area. Empty trashcans and the recycle bins throughout the office. Limit your physical contact with all trash by wearing gloves, using grapplers or rakes with a scoop shovel. Keep all sidewalks and paths clear of debris. Curbs around District should be clean. Sweep both driveways on each side of the building, the back car porch area, and the outside of bathrooms and patio. Clean patio chairs & table with water & sponge. Wipe down outside cabinets & water dispenser. Make sure that the inside office floors remain swept and clean.Occasionally clean the window screens and the windows.Clean refrigerator and microwave. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the duties of this position, the employee will be required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, make visual observations, operate standard office equipment, and to reach and lift with hands and arms above and below shoulder level. The employee must be able stoop, kneel, or crouch to lift and carry, push or pull materials weighing up to 25 pounds.

Clerical Assistant at Isla Vista Recreation & Park District

Employer: Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Expires: 05/18/2018 Position Information Administrative/Office Join the stewardship team of Isla Vista’s open-spaces and parks! In addition to fiscal duties, the Clerical Assistant greets visitors and volunteers, answers phones, and relays information related to Isla Vista Recreation and Park District’s (IVRPD) facilities, programs and services. Under the Supervision of the Fiscal Officer and Executive Assistant, the Clerical Assistant will learn generally accepted accounting principles as outlined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Duties include but are not limited to bookkeeping, online purchasing, compiling reports, filing, accepting payments for park and garden rentals, and performing other related duties as assigned. IVRPD provides a flexible work schedule but requires a minimum of 10 hrs. per week in 2-4 hr. blocks (most Friday afternoons are required). You must be reliable, detail oriented, comfortable working with numbers, and eager to learn. This job involves personal interaction with park-users, so the successful candidate will have a pleasant and outgoing demeanor. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High School Diploma Training & Experience: Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to perform data-entry is required. Familiarity with Quick Books or similar accounting software, and customer service experience is highly preferred but not required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:  Must have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, be punctual, and be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and management. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel programs is required and experience using office equipment (computers, copiers etc.) is preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the duties of this position, the employee will be required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, make visual observations, operate standard office equipment, and to reach and lift with hands and arms above and below shoulder level. The employee must be able stoop, kneel to lift and carry, push or pull materials occasionally weighing up to 50 pounds. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills, read and interpret data and situations, use math and mathematical reasoning, work with constant interruptions and meet deadlines. The position requires polite professional interaction with the public, volunteers, local officials, staff and management. The employee works in both office and field settings, and occasional foot travel is required to different locations on the UCSB campus, Isla Vista and surrounding areas. Approximate Hours Per Week 10-20        

Student Groundskeeping Assistant at UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services

Employer: UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services Expires: 03/10/2018 Under the close supervision, assists the Groundskeepers in the maintenance of grounds and landscape in assigned area of campus. May be assigned other duties (including those in other areas) to accomplish the operational needs of the department. May be required to work schedules other than Monday - Friday, 5:00 am - 1:30 pm, to meet the operational needs of the department. Incumbent will comply with department safety and illness program as implemented by supervisor and/or co-workers.Previous landscape maintenance experience is required.

Undergraduate Laboratory Assistant at UCSB, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

Employer: UCSB, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology Expires: 03/01/2018 Daily Tasks include (but not limited to): Flip flies, watering as needed (assist full time Laboratory Assistants)Prepare new food with yeast and stoppers for fly husbandryTake out fly trash/ biological waste to binsRefresh fly traps with apple cider vinegarTake a look at sick tray and flip/water as needed to keep stock alive Weekly Tasks include (but not limited to):Assist with making fly foodPackage dried food with tape and plastic bags, put away on shelf for labPick up delivered packages for the labSeeking:Sophmore level student of any major who's preferably available all year including summerRequirements: ReliableGreat communication skills

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