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The Student Ambassador position supports the staff and activities of CareerLAB serving as liaison between the employers holding CareerLAB and students attending. Responsibilities are completed after regular Brown daytime working hours, typically between 4:30 and 9:30 pm. Each shift is usually 3-5 hours. Hours will vary depending on evening events activity. Must be personable, self-directed, good at problem solving, comfortable working on your own and love helping people. Preference given to sophomores and juniors. Please include your class year when applying. SEEKING A MONDAY NIGHT PERSON.
The Student Ambassador position supports the staff and activities of CareerLAB. Responsibilities are completed during regular Brown daytime working hours. Preference will be given to sophomores and juniors. Please include your class year when applying. OPEN POSITIONS: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (12:30 - 4:30/5:00 p.m.)
Assist with the following of all TAPS productions: 1. Construction and painting of scenery 2. Load in of lighting and electrics 3. General organization of shops and theatres. 4. Other projects as assigned.
Wheeler School is seeking coaches for both boys and girls lacrosse and co-ed tennis teams. Responsibilities would include running practices & coaching games. Person needs to be available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM.
Two or three students are needed for a short term job to help a professor pack his office for a move. Duties will include putting books and other office materials in boxes, labeling, and stacking them neatly. Work will be done during the day early next week, so availability is a must.
Dr. Matthew Kraft, Department of Education, is seeking a part-time research assistant to collaborate with him on one or more of several ongoing research projects. Prof. Kraft’s research interests include the economics of education, education policy analysis, and applied quantitative methods for causal inference. His primary work focuses on policies to improve educator and organizational effectiveness in K-12 urban public schools. Application Instructions: Interested applicants should send 1) a brief cover letter, 2) a resume, 3) a writing sample of any length, and 4) an example Stata do file to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cover letter should include an explanation of the candidate’s interest in the position as well as a summary of his/her relevant qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The position is open to undergraduates and graduate students.
Lab TAs give advice on lab strategy, demonstrate equipment and software, evaluate student work for compliance with specifications, ask evaluation questions, and check that equipment and parts are functional. Lab is open all the time and multiple experiments are set as design challenges.
Assist students in MCM0780, Soundtracks: Sound Production and Visual Media with production and editing of their projects. Instruct students in use of video camera, and video equipment (including lighting and computer software). Show video tapes and films for bi-weekly screenings. Set up equipment and participate in class meetings and critiques. Xeroxing of class materials as needed.
MUST be able to work 2 nights, Sunday and Thursday. Generally all screenings are held between the hours of 7pm to 11pm. All shifts start promptly at 6:30pm. Project for MCM courses. Project dvd's, vhs tapes, laptop streaming and some 16mm films. Security of building, equipment & media. Transport media to screening venues. *Projectionst must be present in the screening venue at all times.
Maintaining MCM"s archive video holdings into a database. Much of this work will be done by using a scanner but some manual entry may be necessary.
The Brown Office of Global Engagement is seeking student aides to undertake projects and provide office support. 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.
The Student TA will be helping out with class preparation and facilitating in class exercises and assignments. The Student TA will aid students with their projects as needed.
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.
Hi! We are an easy going family with a 2.5yo daughter and a french/english bulldog. We need an occasional date night sitter (mix of mostly weeknights and some weekends) for our daughter who is comfortable with a friendly dog. Our daughter is a sweet, talkative little girl who interacts well with sitters, is obsessed with Frozen, and is potty trained. We are looking for a responsible, energetic sitter who we can build a trusting relationship with over time! Ideally the sitter would be CPR certified. Thanks!
This semester, I am teaching a new course PHP 2650 "Stat Methods for Big Data", with emphases on statistical machine learning, convex optimization, and modern statistical computing. I am looking for a programmer for implementing unit testing for scripts in R or other languages (Python). This is a paid position, but there is no conflict of interests for the student to take the course concurrently. The expected workload is 5 hours/week.
The Institute for the Study of Environment and Society (ISES) seeks research assistants to support the implementation of the Resilient Rhode Island law, which we helped craft and pass this year. It includes reductions of greenhouse gases economy-wide, and disaster preparedness to build resilient communities and infrastructure in the state. Interns will work with Professor Timmons Roberts and consultants hired by Brown University, and will work closely with state agencies and the Governor's Office.