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The position entails delivering express meal and pizza orders, stocking items for deliveries, and administrative tasks such as organizing the order schedule, confirming and taking orders, and maintaining the cash and order log. Student will report to Dining Services professional managers.
The Office of Global Engagement is seeking outgoing, reliable and responsible Brown aficionados to lead campus tours for special guests to the University. OGE hosts a myriad of international visitors from world-renowned faculty and university presidents to foreign dignitaries and leaders in the non-profit and business sectors. As a tour guide, you’ll be expected to know the ins and outs of Brown University and answer questions regarding the university's history, architecture, student life and more. Further, we are looking for students who speak one or more languages fluently and would be comfortable leading a tour in that language.
The Brown Office of Global Engagement is seeking student aides to undertake projects and provide office support during the summer, with the possibility of extending employment in the fall. The student aide position is primarily project-driven; students are expected to work independently on a variety of projects, including but not limited to data collection, research, advertisement of OGE-sponsored opportunities, and coverage of events and tours of high-profile international visitors to the university. Additional responsibilities may include cataloging photographs, maintaining the OGE website and database, assisting with visit logistics, proofreading and copy editing, and providing general administrative support for the office.
Responsible for overall management of the Campus Center Facility during the evening hours. We are looking for students to cover shifts from 5pm-11pm in the Campus Center. Working from the information desk, they will maintain the building, report any problems and assist users.
The Howard R. Swearer Center encourages community participation, activism, and civic responsibility as central parts of a Brown education. It supports public involvement through community work, by helping students connect service and learning, by encouraging university/community partnerships, and by building opportunities for the development of leadership skills among participants. Responsibilities General • Develop understanding of the Center’s mission, values, programs and structure • Serve as point-person for Center’s reception area/resource library • Warmly greet and engage students, staff, faculty and community members who visit Center Office Support • Answer telephone, take messages, run campus errands • Data entry and database management • Complete projects assigned by full-time staff; may include writing and preparing newsletters, event planning, or other projects • Meet regularly with assigned staff supervisor Advising • Act as an informed resource for all students regarding Center resources, programs, events and activities • Counsel and support students interested in Center activities during regular shift and designated office hours • Guide students in accessing Center resources Outreach • Represent Center at campus events • Prepare and participate in presentations about the Center • Meet with other campus organizations to discuss to coordinate, share information, and explore opportunity for collaborations • Proactively identify events where Center should be represented
The new Director of International Student & Visitor Experience is seeking a responsible student worker to help complete office related tasks. Duties may include but will not be limited to compiling resources for international students and scholars, responding to e-mail inquiries, managing web content, creating spreadsheets and demographic reports.
Evening supervised study hall tutor for international high school students. Sunday-Thursday, 7-10 pm.
This is a general assistant position on Wednesdays to assist the Administrative Coordinator. Duties include setting up tea, coffee and cookies for the 4 pm seminar, drafting and emailing announcements for the following weeks events, taking inventory of supplies, posting flyers, checking mail, etc.
Seeking caring, responsible, reliable, child loving and experienced babysitter to care for 3 young children (ages 6, 6 and 5). Hours are M - F 2:15 - 6:00pm, with some flexibility required. Responsibilities include: picking children up from school, bringing to activities (library, etc.), snacks, playing together, light housework, etc.
Seeking green-fingered student for weed removal and care of front flower-bed.