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This position will work with the Academic Program Coordination Team and Program Directors on a variety of tasks. All tasks will be prioritized daily on a Google Document which the student will check at the start of their shift and will update with a status at the end of their shift. Responsibilities include a variety of administrative duties such as: data input; creating and editing spreadsheets; learning and using course database; preparing documents, agendas and schedules; creating name badges; scanning and copying information; setting up the two department classrooms when residential Executive Masters Programs are in session; covering desk on classroom side of building while programs are in session while assisting with any needs to support these programs; performing research; monitoring email from instructors and retrieving or reviewing class rosters for both credit and non-credit courses and reconciling these rosters with actual attendance assuring class lists on reports are correct; cross referencing enrollment reports with summer classroom capacity spreadsheets to ensure room assignments are appropriate; creating Google forms; assisting in the College Fair held in July; and addressing any projects as assigned.
The Classics Department is looking for an enthusiastic and conscientious undergraduate Student Office Assistant. This position will require a minimum of 5-8 hours per week within a set schedule. As a student administrative worker, you will be integrated into many facets of department life. The main responsibilities include, but are not limited to: completing a diverse number of projects as assigned by administrative staff and faculty; assisting with front office operations (answering phones, greeting visitors, photocopying, filing, doing data entry, and preparing mailings, etc.); working in the department library (moving, sorting, and shelving library materials as needed, helping to maintain book stacks, and helping to maintain the library database); and performing related duties as assigned. There is also a possibility that the Student Office Assistant will assist with the staffing of department lectures and events.
Research assistant needed to provide accurate transcription of poetic and dramatic manuscripts
Brown employee seeking a positive, enthusiastic garden lover to help maintain garden landscape. Applicant would be working with the Brown employee. Duties include a mix of tasks based on the season: mulching, weeding, digging, pruning, raking. 3-4 hours per morning session 2-4 times per month. Flexibility on which day of the week the work, although the work is weather dependent (i.e. if it's raining we can't work.)
MATHNASIUM of East Providence is looking for a math tutor to work with students in grades 2-12. Required Qualifications: Exceptional math skills through pre-calculus Excellent communication and multi-tasking skills Ability to professionally interact with students and parents Energetic and confident personality Previous teaching experience or other experience working with students is preferred. Our learning center environment is supportive and encouraging. Applicants should love teaching and be able to motivate students to success. Hours may vary, but could include mid-afternoon through early evening hours, Monday --Thursday and Saturday mornings to early afternoon, approximately 10-20 hours per week (flexible). Starting compensation is $10 to $12 per hour. Please reply with resume and cover letter. In your cover letter, include detail about your math competency, experience teaching or working with students, and availability. Email to email@example.com.
The Office of University Event and Conference Services at Brown University is a one stop shop for conferences. University Event and Conference Services coordinates all logistics for summer events and professional conferences, including housing, catering and meeting space. We are a fast-paced, customer-service driven division seeking motivated students interested in gaining direct experience in planning housing and logistics for summer conferences. The position demands leadership, excellent organization and communication, superior customer skills, an ability to exercise good judgment, and to effectively function within a quick-paced environment. The Summer Conference Assistant position is open to undergraduate students only and offers students an opportunity to gain practical experience in assisting with summer conference housing and logistics, to include the following: • assist with conference check in and check out • perform room inspections, key distribution and other residential support functions as assigned • participate in an on-call rotation • support summer conference team to ensure that food, housing and facility requirements are met for conferences • various office duties including staffing an office and working in the University Event and Conference Services office as necessary • Assist with linen service for conferences • convey a favorable impression of Brown University to all conference participants • become actively involved in making each conference program a success You will meet weekly with your supervisor to discuss student and/or staff concerns and assess progress towards your professional goals. Note: Conference Assistants must be available to start on June 2nd and must be willing to work evenings and weekends. The end date is negotiable. Summer Conference Assistant Contract Period: June 2 – August 10, 2014 (end date negotiable) Compensation: $2,800 (compensation based on full period, will be pro-rated for less time) Housing: furnished single room with private bath Meals: full meal plan for the summer program
Summer Key Assistants work in the Office of Residential Life during Commencement season and throughout summer up until Fall Opening to facilitate key distribution and office function for Commencement, Summer@Brown programs, summer conferences and Fall Opening. Free housing is provided from Spring Closing to Fall Opening.
Seeking mature, non-smoking individual with prior childcare/nursing or education major, etc. to care for three young children ages 3.5 (boy/girl twins) and 7 (girl). Must have own transportation to and from Seekonk. We are looking for someone who is available the weeks of August 24-29 and September 2-5. In addition to those two weeks, we are interested in finding someone who is interested in occasional day, night, and weekend work throughout the summer and 2014-2015 school year. Duties include preparing snacks and lunch, spending time outdoors and at the pool, helping the children clean up after activities, and driving to and from summer activities (minimal driving required). CPR and First Aid certified is a plus.
Seeking part-time lifeguard needed for daytime hours and weekends. Shift flexibility available. Up to 30 hours; 26 hours are guaranteed. Experience is a plus.
Under the direction of the appropriate special collections librarian, the student will assist with t