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Brown Faculty Club -Student Server

7 hours 28 min ago
Are you looking for a part time job in a great environment located on campus? We at the Brown Faculty Club are currently hiring part time servers/workers for breakfast , lunch and dinner shifts.

Babysitter: Blake Household

9 hours 41 min ago
Seeking a babysitter to watch our toddler while we have an occasional date night, most often on Saturday. He'll be asleep, so you'll be able to get work done and we'll be back early enough that you can enjoy your Saturday night!


12 hours 30 min ago
We are one Resident and one Grad Student with little time to keep the house as clean as we like it. Would be cleaning a 2 bed, 1 bath house. Sweeping, cleaning stove, vacuuming sofa, dusting, etc.

Astronomy TA

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 10:20
Run and instruct Astronomy Labs

German Undergraduate Teaching Assistants

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 08:33
Job Description TA's will be responsible for teaching three hours per week (either F hr 1-1:50 pm or G hr 2-2:50 pm) in GRMN0110 (Intensive First year German). Will work closely as a team with instructor Michael Powers and must be available for a workshop on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 from 9:30 am - 12 pm (the day before classes begin).

Computer Lab Monitor - Evening

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 06:18
Approximately 6 hours per week Sun -Thurs between 6 PM and 12 PM. Monitor the instructional computer facility (BH191); assist students in the use of the facility; answer questions regarding logging on, running programs and printing to PAWPrints; assist students, subject to Academic Code, with computer related course assignments; report, monitor and maintain the printer toner and paper levels; refill staplers, empty hole punches, report any problems to the Engineering IT staff; ensure projectors are powered off; keep the lab clean and neat (remove unauthorized posters on doors and other locations, wipe down desks as necessary); ensure lab rules are followed.

Tutors: CSCI 0170, CSCI 0150

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 14:57
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of group and one-on-one tutoring. Tutors will be responsible for assisting students in identifying and accomplishing learning goals for a specific course. We are currently looking for tutors for CSCI 0170, CSCI 0150 Please note that we keep information on file, and WILL ONLY CONTACT YOU IF YOUR AREA OF EXPERTISE IS NEEDED AND YOU ARE GRANTED AN INTERVIEW.

Men's Hockey Student Manager / Video Tech

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 14:20
Assist Coaching Staff with setup and breakdown of Video editing system. Live in game coding of games. Assist Coaching Staff with game day operations.

BuDS Student Worker

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 08:55
The Brown Dining Services is unlike any other college food service. Student’s staff cook, cater, cashier, supervise and manage the different eateries and dining halls on Campus. To be able to accomplish this enormous tasks we have shifts starting as early as 6:00 AM to 2:30 AM everyday. There are all kinds of different tasks available tailored to your interest. From working in the Brown Bakeshop to make our campus’s baked goods, late night Pizza Making in Andrews Commons and even hiring and staffing in the office. BuDS guarantees to be an incredible community and the prospect of working in Supervisory and Management positions. That isn’t all, you can get shift meals!

Sales Associate - Temp

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 04:15
We are looking for Sales Associates. Candidates for this job must have already experience in retail, with knowledge and passion for luxury fashion. Your missions : - Act as a brand ambassador with our customers - Ensure store inventory is updated - Excellent presentation and communication skills - Ensure the store brand image, oversee the merchandising and general store maintenance

Physics Undergraduate Facilitators

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 11:46
We need to hire undergraduates in physics who will work as facilitators for the group workshop activities that are part of Physics 30. The Physics 30 students (up to 24 in each section) work together in groups of 3-4, discussing and solving physics problems related to the Physics 30 course material. Each group sits around a small table and interacts closely amongst themselves. They are also guided by a graduate student teaching assistant, who, however, is not able to work with more than one table at a time. To maintain the good momentum and focus on physics that develops as these groups work, we need an additional facilitator to be present, to help answer questions and provide hints and direction.

Brown Center for Students of Color (BCSC) Photographer

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 06:29
The Brown Center for Students of Color Photographer is primarily responsible for shooting and developing a visual record of the events of the student of color community at Brown. During each history month or special week, this Staffer is expected to work closely with the Programmers to develop a prioritized shooting schedule that will offer a representative and insightful record of events. This Staffer is expected to use their own equipment, with all expenses incurred met by the BCSC. The BCSC Photographer is expected to act as an archivist of his/her materials. All work is under the supervision of the BCSC Director/Dean, Assistant Director and/or Program Associate.

Desk Staff

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 04:43
An upscale fitness boutique is seeking a mature experienced professional that is looking for part time work immediately. The right candidate must be reliable, trustworthy, personable, energetic, organized and enjoys a healthy lifestyle! Job duties: - Responsible for providing full clerical support duties and services for our small office - Answering the phone, taking & relaying of messages - Responsible for light cleaning and organization of the office - Greeting and checking in clients Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required: - Ability to understand and follow written and verbal communication - Office equipment, i.e. printer, computer, etc. - Knowledgeable and proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint - Excellent verbal communication skills - Detail oriented with proven skills - Strong follow through skills - Excellent organizational skills - Excellent multitasking skills - Some marketing knowledge/experience is helpful

Thanksgiving delivery - NJ to PVD

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 04:42
Our family in north New Jersey has a large box containing a Corvette-shaped bed which is to be a birthday gift for a five-year old living in PVD. We need someone who might be going to the area for the holiday to pick up the bed on their way back.

Student Assistant

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 11:38
This position provides essential coverage for HR front desk for approximately 2-3 hours per day, mid-day availability preferable. Duties include greeting visitors, assisting faculty staff and students with new hire paper work, answering phones, making copies, and filing.

Activity Specialist at children's summer camp

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 11:27
Cabin Specialist • Lives in a cabin with a group of 10-13 children and with 2 co-counselors. • Act as a leader, guide, helper and positive role-model with your group of assigned campers. • Maintains maximum safety for all campers at all times. • Participates in all daily camp activities with your campers. • Will make sure your campers are prepared to participate in daily activities. • Establishes an individual relationship with each camper. • Lead and/or assist in a particular program area. • Puts the needs of the campers before those of yourself. • Establishes with campers the way we do things in the daily routine of bunk cleanliness, personal hygiene, sleep and rest. • Help campers develop life skills including independence, cooperation, responsibility & perseverance. • Will know and observe camp policies. • Participates in pre-camp training and weekly staff meetings with Directors/Head Counselor. • Prepares a daily written camper report relating to your observations of each camper’s experience. • Will be a Difference Maker! Activity Specialist • Lives in a cabin with a group of 10-13 children and with 2 co-counselors. • Provides quality instruction in your specialized program area. (i.e. coaching soccer or teaching ceramics) • Will provide age specific activities/drills that represent the age of the campers you are working with. • To be a great role-model to all campers you interact with in your program area. • Will be creative and innovative in keeping your program area fresh and exciting. • Ability to wear 2 hats, when not instructing in your specialized area you will be fulfilling the cabin specialist role with your group of campers. (see cabin specialist job description for more info) • Will be a Difference Maker!

Athletic Communications Student Assistant

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 11:25
Provide assistance with day-to-day operations in the athletic communications office and also assist with game day responsibilities. Job includes, but is not limited to making game programs, keeping stats, filing, and record keeping.

Need Basic Computer Help--Kathy

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 05:49
Need some pretty basic computer help Hi. I’m a professional (government policy employee) who lives in the Wayland Square area. I’m not exactly computer illiterate, but frustrate easily and would love to hire someone who can provide me with some 1-one-1 assistance with some “to do” stuff on my computer/tech lists, including any or all of the following: o Transfer files (photos, videos, word docs) from a few lap-tops and desk-top onto external hard-drive (and “cloud”); o Organize music (including transferring itunes music between computers); o Organize and store photos and videos; o Setting up a google calendar; o Basic how-to of OneNote; o Basic computer clean-up and checking for virus protection (I think I have it?); o IPad: store data on “cloud” & get face-time working; o How to “stream” from amazon prime; o How to use outlook email with other email accounts; and o Instagram basics. If you think you can help with any or all or these, please let me know. I’m very flexible on hours—an hour or two here or there is fine, or a 4-5 hour chunk of time works too. Daytime (weekdays and weekends) are best, but evenings are possible too.

Research Assistant – Sheridan center and Serre lab – Improving student learning outcomes using machine vision and crowdsourcing

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 04:43
This project is a collaboration between the Sheridan center and the Serre lab (CLPS). Our goal is to develop an innovative approach for extending current learning analytics strategies in STEM education by focusing on machine vision. We will mine visual perception data to develop computational models for features of scientific visualizations that influence learner perception of relevant information. These models will enable automated analysis and optimization of visualizations to improve instructional efficacy. This approach has broad applications for the creation and use of visual material for STEM learning across disciplines and environments, including online learning environments. We seek motivated students to apply for a semester UTRA next spring in order to help: (1) Improve existing models of visual attention to predict salient areas in scientific illustrations; (2) Build software that can automate the process of measuring saliency and iteratively correcting visualizations based on basic saliency principles; (3) Make all software available through a web interface. Prerequisites: The ideal student (advanced undergrad) will have strong programming skills (Matlab, Python and/or C++). We expect experience in any or several of the following areas: web design/programming, computer vision and/or machine learning. This project involves several research collaborators so ability to work in team and a passion for design and usability is a plus. Who are we? We are a young and dynamic group located in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences (CLPS). More information can be found here: (although most projects are not yet listed and most of the current work has not yet been published). How to apply: Send application to with the subject line ’STEM and machine vision'. Your application should contain an updated CV and a brief description of your research interests, prior work experience, programming, computer vision and/or machine learning skills as well as time you can commit to the project. Hourly rate: Pending UTRA funding. Possibility to conduct research for credits.

TA (transcriber): Stat Methods for Big Data

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 20:33
Biostat Dept will be offering, in spring 2015, a new course "Stat Methods for Big Data", with emphases on statistical machine learning, convex optimization, and modern statistical computing. This course is open to both graduate and advanced undergrad students, with minimal prerequisites in statistics and computing. This course will need a teaching assistant for transcribing the lecture and annotating the computer programs. The TA will not be involved in grading, and is expected to be enrolled in this course.