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Athletics Special Event DJ

5 hours 43 min ago
Athletics Special Event DJ

Summer 2014 Pembroke Center Intern

5 hours 59 min ago
The Pembroke Center seeks a summer intern (8-10 weeks) to assist with projects relating to the history of women and feminism. Primary responsibilities will include: 1) processing archival collections for the Feminist Theory Archives, 2) building a WordPress site that will host an electronic exhibit of materials relating to the 1975 sex discrimination lawsuit, Louise Lamphere v. Brown University, 3) preparing oral histories with Brown alumnae for the web. Tasks will include: organizing, rehousing, and cataloging the personal materials of noted scholars in Women's and Gender Studies; designing and managing webpages; scanning documents; transcribing oral histories;composing summaries and biographies. This internship is made possible by the generosity of an alumna supporting BrownConnect (Brown’s strategic internship initiative.)

Classics Byzantine Literature Undergraduate RA

7 hours 57 min ago
Will work under the supervision of Prof. Papaioannou to assist with the following: a) compiling a list of the names of all Byzantine authors b) tracking down bibliographical references relevant to the history of Byzantine literature c) various reviews/revisions of a work on Byzantine literature for publication.

Athletics Ticket Office Representative

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 20:00
Ticket Office representatives perform many tasks at all ticketed athletic events including but not limited to selling tickets, scanning tickets, providing information to fans, administering player pass lists and distributing complimentary tickets. These events often take place at night and on the weekends.

Help with driving kids to activities

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 16:58
I have 4 busy kids and need help with getting them to local activities/sports, home from school and help w general errands. Can be random times between classes.

Transportation Assistance

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 16:49
60 yo psychotherpist with a leg injury needs help with transportation and some chores.

Brand Ambassador - Leasing & Marketing Mgmt

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 16:45
The Brand Ambassador (BA) is a role model and a student leader who must have the highest standards of personal conduct. BAs will perform a number of tasks at 257 Thayer including (but not limited to): desk shifts, administrative tasks, off-site marketing, planning social, educational, and recreational activities, minor maintenance tasks, policy enforcement, crisis intervention, and counseling. BAs strive to provide the highest level of customer service in the community as well as to provide an important link between the management and the residents. BAs are supervised by the Management Staff.

Summer Grad Research Assistant - Professor Dianne Quigley

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 14:00
Summer Graduate Research Assistant Position within l The Northeast Ethics Education Partnership (NEEP) at Brown University’s Center for Environmental Studies seeks part-time graduate student research assistants. The position allows for flexible working hours (10 + hours/week) with responsibilities for conducting literature reviews of case studies in ethics and engineering (research integrity, intellectual property rights (software propriety) , human subjects/group protections, cultural competence needs in engineering), ethics in marine science/biology and ethics in environmental studies. Additional responsibilities include compilation of notes from case studies to create training PowerPoint slide shows, designing and managing Blackboard/Canvas sites and designer tasks on the NEEP national/international website. Students must be able to work well independently, have good research/writing skills, and maintain a good consistent work schedule with timely reporting. A good opportunity for extra work for students in engineering, environmental studies, natural sciences, science and society or environmental policy. Position runs from June 1 and goes to August 31 with a potential for renewal in the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.

Alumni Relations Student Assistant - SUMMER

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 12:35
Assist in all areas of office work. This includes but is not limited to answering phones; greeting visitors; photocopying; filing; stuffing envelopes; on-campus errands; data entry; moving boxes; organizing supply closets etc.

Alumni Relations Communications Intern SUMMER

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 11:25
Help establish and maintain strong communications between Brown and its alumni. Tasks may include any of the following: • Track email open and click-through rates • Proofread / copyedit website, email, and other content • Respond to requests to join BAA LinkedIn group • Update text and images on the frequently changing pages of the alumni website (, including the alumni events calendar • Respond to communications preference change requests • Direct general alumni inquiries to the appropriate person • Other tasks as assigned by supervisor(s) In addition, depending on skills, experience, and interests, he/she may be involved in anything from alumni Facebook groups (writing content, locating appropriate photos, etc.) to gathering/analyzing data regarding the success of communications projects.

web program developer

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 09:38
The Economics Department maintains a list of upcoming workshops on its website. Department members may sign-up for lunches, meetings, etc. with seminar speakers through Google Docs forms. Speakers are emailed travel information and instructions through a Filemaker template and script. Because we rely on three separate solutions for our seminars which all essentially require the same information, this information must be input to each of the three platforms individually which is highly inefficient so, we’d like to consolidate these processes. We have an in-house CMS written in PHP where we enter seminar information. The information is stored in a MySQL database. We’d like to create a PHP script to pull the relevant information from the MySQL database, create an email with the information (along with an attachment or two), preferably allow us to modify the email before sending, and finally send the email to a specified email address with the click of a button. [This next part optional, but ideal:] We’d also like to use the Google Docs Form Service API to automatically create a form allowing faculty to sign-up for meetings, lunch, or dinner with the seminar’s speaker. We are open to other solutions, but we believe these will be the most natural transitions. If you'd like to see the existing workflow, feel free to email us and we'd be happy to demonstrate. Pay: $15.00 per hour

Summer Indoor Tennis/Squash Court Attendant

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 08:59
This summer we will have limited open hours in the Indoor tennis/squash courts. Starting June 2nd hours will be M-F 10am-1pm & 6pm-9pm. Looking for 2-3 student workers who can cover all of these shifts for the duration of the summer.

This position acts as an ambassador of the Department of Athletics & Recreation to the Brown tennis & squash playing community which consists of Brown students, faculty, staff, alumni, emeritus, athletic coaches, administrators, RISD students & faculty, and the general community population of Rhode Island.

In an average shift the attendant will be asked to:
Answer the phone and record any reservations.
Check in users and confirm their membership affiliation
Work with online reservation system to ensure schedule accuracy.
Enforcing court rules and regulations.
Opening and closing of facility
Assist users with any questions.

There is some down time in this position so it is acceptable for you to do homework, bring a laptop, etc.

In your application please be specific as to what shifts, and how many a week you would be willing to work.

Babysitting: McCollum

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 07:25
We have elementary aged girls that are calm and caring and love to play with each other. We are looking for a mature, responsible woman who has extensive experience caring for kids.

HealthRIght Program Assistant

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 06:20
Job Summary: The Health RIght Program Assistant researches and provides support for the RI health care reform bill as well as current statewide efforts on health care reform. The incumbent will support meetings, retreats, fundraising and communications efforts. General Job Responsibilities: •Represent HealthRIght at meetings by speaking and providing legislative testimony when needed •Support Director in drafting various policy materials, legislative summaries, correspondence •Attend meetings of key stakeholders involved in the legislative process and taking meaningful notes •Conduct qualitative research with stakeholders and experts in Rhode Island and other states to gather guidance and feedback on HealthRIght initiatives •Maintaining website and listserv •Responsible for other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: •Ability to communicate verbally and in writing to a variety of audiences •Comfortable writing policy material such as memos, white papers, press releases, and testimony •Ability to synthesize broad and complex content into a crisp and clear product •Strong interest in health policy, community health, and/or health care reform •Excellent computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel •Must be flexible and willing to jump into tasks and meetings with limited notice •Excellent social media and communications management •Ability to manage a website platform within a framework of strategic communications •Self motivated, able to work independently and meet deadlines

Research Assistant for Prof. Susan Harvey

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 06:04
Undergraduate student assistant needed for Prof. Susan Harvey. She requires research assistance for her work in late antique religion including: obtaining needed materials from Brown's libraries, or arranging ILL orders; reading assigned scholarly articles, essays or chapters and writing critical abstracts (500-750 words, approx.); some editorial assistance and/or proof reading. June 1 - Aug 30, 2014..

Reunion Weekend Student Staff

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 05:33
Job Description: The Alumni Relations Office Events Team is looking to hire students for various positions for Reunion Weekend, May 23-25, 2014 from Bell Hop, Concierge, and Registration Staff responsible for greeting returning alumni to campus as well as Class Staff liaisons and Event and Headquarters Staff who provide assistance and support to the Alumni Relations Department and alumni throughout the weekend. Below is a brief description of each position: For a more detailed job description please go to CLASS STAFF- Serve as a liaison between alumni classes and student supervisor(s) at events. EVENT STAFF – Assist in set-up tasks and breakdown of event logistics at various events on campus throughout weekend. CONCIERGE STAFF – Greet and assist alumni, answer phones and assist with Alumni Division Procession logistics. REGISTRATION STAFF – Greet alumni at registration site and hand out registration packets in addition to providing event support throughout the weekend. HEADQUARTERS STAFF – Troubleshoot, as needed, act as a messenger/and or runner for Alumni Relations Staff and events. BELL HOP – Assist alumni with their luggage once they arrive on-campus and provide event support throughout the weekend. BROWN BEAR – Entertain Brown Alumni and their children throughout the weekend dressed as Bruno.

Commencement and/or Baccalaureate Usher

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 04:05
Baccalaureate and Commencement Usher duties include, but are not limited to, ushering guests on the main green, passing out programs, staffing the Commencement Welcome Desk, giving directions and placing signs. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Please note, students hired will be required to attend a training session. Housing in the residential halls will be provided if requested.

Commencement Usher - Graduate School Ceremony

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 04:05
Graduate School Commencement Usher duties include, but are not restricted to, ushering on the Lincoln Field, passing out programs, and serving as assistants to the Graduate School staff during the Graduate School Commencement Rehearsal and Ceremony. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Please note, students hired will be required to attend a training session at a time at the end of May TBD. Housing for Commencement week will be provided at the department's expense upon request.

Community Gardening Coordinator

Mon, 04/14/2014 - 09:16
MANAGE THE SOLAR HEATED GREENHOUSE - Ensure the Aquaponics System is clean and in working order; keep the fish healthy and their numbers manageable; care for seedlings to be planted in the garden; look after seasonal plants; clean and organize space on a regular basis; monitor inventory ------- MANAGE COMMUNITY GARDEN – Maintain UEL Plots by annual plantings and diligent weeding; keep tools well maintained; handle plot requests; sustainable pest control; work with garden board to make sure members (approx. 20) adhere to garden policies; supervise compost system; have winter storage organized; occasionally provide garden tours; oversee care of communal areas and coordinator's plot; organize pot-luck dinners.