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Boys & Girls Club of Worcester

Music Room Program Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 11 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Boys & Girls Club
Description: Interact with Club members (ages 7-13 yrs. old) through music programming. Responsibilities include planning and facilitating group games and activities; assisting with special events, performances, and open mics; and taking attendance. Across these areas, work to provide safe & fun learning environment for club members. This position is available on a one-semester basis. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Applicants must have a passion/desire to work with youth of all ages & from diverse backgrounds and an appreciation for the arts. Knowledge about instruments and musical theory is a PLUS! Availability weekdays from 3pm-5:30pm. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact:

Family Support Program Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 11 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Boys & Girls Club
Description: Assist the Family Support Case Manager with programming implementation twice a week. Programming includes Therapeutic Girls Chat group from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Girls Voice groups on Tuesday (Ages 8-10 yrs. old) and Thursday nights (Ages 11-14 yrs. old) from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. This position is available on a one-semester basis. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Ability to plan and/or facilitate group activities for girls ages 8-14 years old. Exhibit good judgement and respect the importance of confidentiality. Good communication skills. Experience working in a diverse and flexible working environment. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact:

Assistant to Director of Operations - 1 opening

Posted date: 11 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Boys & Girls Club
Description: Assistant to Director of Operations will conduct orientations for new members and families in large groups ranging from 10 to 25 families at a time. Children’s ages range from 8-18 years old. Will also assist the Director of Operations with administrative duties, not excluding, paperwork, filing, answering phones, etc. This position is available on a one-semester basis. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Applicants must be comfortable with public speaking and able to conduct new member orientations in large groups. Should be self-starters with good communications skills, experience working in a diverse environment, and patience. Strong preference for applicants with afternoon availability M/Th/F and evening availability T/W. Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
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Community Service

Marketing and Communications - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Boys and Girls Club
Description: Student will work closely with Executive Director to coordinate marketing materials and outreach for programs. There is a strong emphasis on social media marketing in this position. Tasks include connecting with program staff to learn about program activities, taking photos, and developing marketing materials and outreach strategy. This strategy will be in alignment with the Boys & Girls Club overall branding and marketing policies and guidelines.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Successful applicants will possess a creative spirit and desire to work in a youth-oriented organization. Skills in social media marketing, Adobe Suite software, and graphic design are recommended, but not required. The work hours are flexible Monday-Friday, but some availability during the afternoon/early evening 1-2 nights a week is ideal.
Contact:


COPACE

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Clark University’s College of Professional and Continuing Education Graduate Programs Office seeks a Student Assistant for a part-time position providing support for department faculty and staff. Duties will include the following: assist COPACE faculty and staff with office tasks and projects, prepare, copy and file documents, answer phone and in-person inquiries regarding COPACE programs, classes and registration.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Able to work independently. Must be reliable and pay attention to detail.
Contact: Joel Newsome
7218

COPCE Graduate Programs Office

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Clark University’s College of Professional and Continuing Education Graduate Programs Office seeks a Student Assistant for a part-time position providing support for department faculty and staff. Duties will include the following: assist COPACE faculty and staff with office tasks and projects, prepare, copy and file documents, answer phone and in-person inquiries regarding COPACE programs, classes and registration.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable and pay attention to detail. Able to work independently.
Contact: Joel Newsome
7218

Corporate & Foundation Relations

Grants Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Massey Hall-Geography
Description: Students interested in grants, fundraising, and corporate sponsorship/engagement are invited to work in University Advancement helping the Corporate and Foundation Relations team with tasks including prospect research, proposal preparation and collaboration on special projects. Compiling quarterly “Request For Proposals (RFP)list for distribution to faculty/staff, alerting them to funding opportunities Identify possible matches between faculty research opportunities and corporate and foundation funding prospects
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Proficient in relevant software e.g. Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint). Outstanding judgment and professional demeanor. Please send resume and cover letter to bjaehne@clarku.edu Please put work study position in the subject line
Contact: Ben Jaehne


Geography

GIS Support Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Jefferson Room 220
Description: Advising and tutoring students in various fields of GIS applications (software trouble shooting, problem solving) Will also be responsible for various office tasks and for compiling data on new/accessible GIS software and programming.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must have successfully completed GEOG 190 (Intro to GIS) and GEOG 290 (adv. vector GIS) at time of application. Must be able to keep training/help sessions confidential. Maintains an approachable and friendly manner.
Contact: Rachel Levitt
7282

ITS

Help Desk Consultants - opening

Posted date: 29 Oct 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Carlson Hall
Description: To apply for a position, please click on the link below. http://www.clarku.edu/offices/its/studentemployment.cfm
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Contact:


Library

Map Library Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study
Location: Geography Building, Basement
Description: Assist librarian in the withdrawal of federal map materials from the collection. Related duties in the operation of the Map Library, such as checking out/in books and maps. Filing maps and books
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Accuracy, reliability, ability to handle detail, ability to lift map folders (up to 30 lbs) out of map drawers. Familiarity with Excel helpful.
Contact: Beverly Presley


Residential Life and Housing

Student Coordinator for Residential Engagement, Leadership & Marketing - 2 openings

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: 151 Woodland, 1st
Description: The focus of this position is the fostering of an environment which supportive social interaction, personal growth, and the university’s educational mission. This is a non-traditional position which requires work outside of a regular day position. Late afternoon and evening availability is the norm. Job duties will occur primarily on campus in Worcester.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Comfort with creativity design and event planning. A commitment to diversity, sustainability and social justice programming. A customer service mind-set and basic comfort with MS suite of programs.
Contact: DaVaughn Vincent-Bryan
6092

V & PA

Artists Models - 7 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Trains Center 100 and Little Center Sculpture Studio
Description: Model for art classes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be able to pose for varying lengths of time. Total nudity is required
Contact: Danielle Webster
508-793-7139

Clark Labs

Graphic Web Design Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: 921 Main St
Description: Description: Clark Labs of Clark University is looking for a student with graphic design and web development experience to assist in the development of marketing materials. This includes web ads, brochures, web editing, etc. Position request a 6-12 month commitment at 10-15 hours per week, including summer break. Compensation based on experience.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Students should have advanced or good working knowledge of: WordPress backend and HTML/CSS; Adobe Creative Suite, especially Adobe Illustrator and InDesign; Strong Design and typography skills; Ability to work across digital and print media.
Contact: Diane Sutter


COPACE

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Clark University’s College of Professional and Continuing Education Graduate Programs Office seeks a Student Assistant for a part-time position providing support for department faculty and staff. Duties will include the following: assist COPACE faculty and staff with office tasks and projects, prepare, copy and file documents, answer phone and in-person inquiries regarding COPACE programs, classes and registration.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Able to work independently. Must be reliable and pay attention to detail.
Contact: Joel Newsome
7218

COPCE Graduate Programs Office

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Clark University’s College of Professional and Continuing Education Graduate Programs Office seeks a Student Assistant for a part-time position providing support for department faculty and staff. Duties will include the following: assist COPACE faculty and staff with office tasks and projects, prepare, copy and file documents, answer phone and in-person inquiries regarding COPACE programs, classes and registration.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable and pay attention to detail. Able to work independently.
Contact: Joel Newsome
7218

Corporate & Foundation Relations

Grants Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Massey Hall-Geography
Description: Students interested in grants, fundraising, and corporate sponsorship/engagement are invited to work in University Advancement helping the Corporate and Foundation Relations team with tasks including prospect research, proposal preparation and collaboration on special projects. Compiling quarterly “Request For Proposals (RFP)list for distribution to faculty/staff, alerting them to funding opportunities Identify possible matches between faculty research opportunities and corporate and foundation funding prospects
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Proficient in relevant software e.g. Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint). Outstanding judgment and professional demeanor. Please send resume and cover letter to bjaehne@clarku.edu Please put work study position in the subject line
Contact: Ben Jaehne


Geography

GIS Support Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Jefferson Room 220
Description: Advising and tutoring students in various field of GIS applications (software trouble-shooting, problem solving) Will also be responsible for various office tasks and for compiling data on new/accessible GIS software and programming.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must have successfully completed GEOG 190 (Intro to GIS) and GEOG 290 (Adv vector GIS) at time of application. Must be able to keep training/help sessions confidential. Maintains an approachable and friendly manner.
Contact: Rachel Levitt
7282

ITS

Help Desk Consultants - opening

Posted date: 29 Oct 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Carlson Hall
Description: To apply for this position please use the link below. http://www.clarku.edu/offices/its/studentemployment.cfm
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Contact:


Map Library

Map Library Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Geography Bldg, Basement
Description: Assist librarian in the withdrawal of federal map materials from the collection. Related duties in the operation of the Map Library, such as checking out/in books and maps. Filing maps and books
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Accuracy, reliability, ability to handle detail, ability to lift map folders (up to 30 lbs) out of map drawers. Familiarity with Excel helpful
Contact: Beverly Presley


Residential Life and Housing

Student Coordinator for Residential Engagement, Leadership & Marketing - 2 openings

Posted date: 05 Feb 2016

Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: 151 Woodland, 1st
Description: The focus of this position is the fostering of an environment which supportive social interaction, personal growth, and the university’s educational mission. This is a non-traditional position which requires work outside of a regular day position. Late afternoon and evening availability is the norm. Job duties will occur primarily on campus in Worcester.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Comfort with creativity design and event planning. A commitment to diversity, sustainability and social justice programming. A customer service mind-set and basic comfort with MS suite of programs.
Contact: DaVaughn Vincent-Bryan
6092

Clark Labs

Graphic/Web Design Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Clark Labs
Description: Clark Labs of Clark University is looking for a student with graphic design and web development experience to assist in the development of marketing materials. This includes web ads, brochures, web editing, etc. Position request a 6-12 month commitment at 10-15 hours per week, including summer break. Compensation based on experience.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Students should have advanced or good working knowledge of: WordPress backend and HTML/CSS; Adobe Creative Suite, especially Adobe Illustrator and InDesign; Strong Design and typography skills; Ability to work across digital and print media.
Contact: Diane Sutter
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Dean of Students Office

Graduate Assistant - ALANA and First Generation Student Support - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Dean of Students Office
Description: Multicultural and First Generation Student Support is currently recruiting for next year's Graduate Assistant team. This dynamic duo will work together to support the development of the ALANA and First Generation community through supporting the development and execution of the ACE Summer Institute, Connection@Clark (pre-Orientation access programs), monthly workshops, Sisters In Stride and FOCUS through advising/mentoring undergraduates, program development, and workshop facilitation. Flexible hours, some evenings/weekends. Work hours will vary. MS Office required; Photoshop or Illustrator proficiency is a plus. Deadline to apply is 3/14/16.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must have an in-depth understanding of the needs and experiences of the ALANA and first-generation student communities and a demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion. Skills needed: Previous workshop facilitation experience Helping and advising skills Excellent communication and organizations skills Program development or event planning experience Members of the ALANA (Asian-, Latino/a-, African-, Native-American), Multiracial, or first generation student communities are especially encouraged to apply. To apply, send a cover letter outlining your interest and qualifications, a resume, and two references to HHaywood@clarku.edu.
Contact: Hayley Haywood
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Graduate School

Graduate Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 11 Feb 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: 138 Woodland Street
Description: Duties will include: 1. Answering phones, greeting visits for Graduate School, Graduate Admissions and Marketing & Communications. 2. Taking and transcribing minutes for University committees. 3. Assisting the Graduate School Administrator. 4. Assist Graduate Admissions during peak admissions cycle. 5. Assist on making the draft memo and reports
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The candidate must have: 1. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. 2. Previous experience taking and transcribing meeting minutes. 3. Strong customer service skills. 4. Excellent writing skills in English. The candidate must be available to work minimum of 10 hours per week (hours may increase depending on the needs of Graduate School) Must be available to work on Commencement Day-May 22, 2016. Please email your resume by February 19, 2016.
Contact: Denise Robertson