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- Assist in the student hiring process. - Create and update documents using Microsoft Word & Excel. - Various clerical tasks (filing, copying, etc.). - Hand delivers confidential materials campus wide. - Occasionally cover Library Administration front desk and handle telephone calls in a professional manner.
Primary duty will be providing assistance at main reception desk. Other duties to include answering phones, mail delivery, errands, filing, possible data entry.
Responsible for the overall coordination of reception and customer interface for the Student Activities Office. The reception desk position ensures that student and student organization needs and inquiries are addressed with professionalism and warmth. Specific tasks/duties include: answering and directing telephone calls and customer traffic; and performing basic office tasks (sorting mail, copying, etc.). Assist Student Activities staff with special projects as needed.
The successful applicant will be responsible for Longevity/Aging Studies Looking for a very independent individual with great attention to detail and flexibility in schedule.
Student needed to assist with daily research activities for several projects related to the study of the rare disease, Progeria. Duties will include, copying and organizing of confidential medical records and digital film studies, Excel spreadsheet maintenance and data entry, obtaining manuscripts via internet searches and downloads, and filing. May include preparation of kits/mailers and documents for the collection of biological samples. Will work under direction of Susan Campbell, Project Coordinator.
Are you free on Mondays and Thursdays from 2:00 - 5:00 this semester? Seeking responsible, creative, and energetic Brown student to pick up my children (ages 11, 8, 6) after school (nearby), bring back to campus area for homework time and activities (Athenaeum, downtown rink, RISD museum, adventures across campus, etc). I work at Brown and will meet up with you at 5:00. If you are interested, and would like to learn more, please e-mail me.
Family with 2 kids looking for someone who is patient and able to teach in a passionate and fun way. The two kids have some slight learning difficulty but are great to be around. Boy (10) and girl (13) both go to the Wheeler School. Times are flexible but likely an hours or two, once or twice a week in the evenings.
Head instructor Responsibilities: • Overall responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the six-week summer program teaching young people ages 9-18 to sail • Adapt weekly and daily sailing syllabus to students’ level of experience, weather, and other factors • Organize participation in racing events – both intramural and with nearby sailing programs, and the Red Jacket Regatta in Rockland, Maine • Take a lead role in launching and hauling boats at beginning and end of season • Day-to-day supervision of other instructors, including providing regular feedback • Day-to-day communication with participants’ parents as needed • Ensure practices and behaviors that promote safety of students and instructors • Ensure practices and behaviors that safeguard the boats, floats, and facilities • Coordinate and communicate with St. George Sailing management • Maintain daily log • Provide a written report reflecting on the program and instructors for SGCSF directors after c