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Athletics
 

Intramural Asst - 10 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller/Dolan
Description: Assist Intramural Director . Officiate contests, prepare game schedules, publicity
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable, dependable, able to work independently
Contact: Joseph Brady
jbrady@clarku.edu
Team Manager - 5 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller/Dolan
Description: Assist coach where possible. Stats, equipment, uniforms, travel to away contests. Various duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be dependable and reliable
Contact: Joseph Brady
jbrady@clarku.edu
Building Assistant - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Athletic Center
Description: Assist building supervisor with set up and clean up for home events. Other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable and dependable. Able to work independently
Contact: Paul Phillips
508-793-7430
Student First Aider - 6 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Athletic Center
Description: Assist athletic trainer. Basic first aid, taping, preparation for events. Upkeep of training room
Qualifications/
Requirements:
First aid, CPR
Contact: Courtney Brothers
508-793-7378
Home Contest Mgr - 10 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Athletic Center
Description: Assist in hosting home events. Timing, scoring, stats, ball people, announcing, tickets, and various duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable, dependable. Able to work independently.
Contact: Kevin Anderson
508-793-7164
Lifeguard - 6 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kenller Athletic Center
Description: Supervise Pool
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Minimum of CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard certification
Contact: Paul Phillips
508-793-7170
Sports Information Asst - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Athletic Center
Description: Assist sports information director as needed. Filing, copying, phone, press releases, articles research
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable, dependable and able to work independently
Contact: Kevin Anderson
508-793-7164
Equipment Room Asst - 5 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller / Dolan
Description: Laundry, uniform and practice gear. Distribution and collection
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be reliable and dependable. Able to work independently.
Contact: Jeff Cohen
508-793-7729

Biology
 

Research Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Lasry Bioscience
Description: Assist with various activities in the research laboratory and assist in gathering course materials as needed
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Experience in Biology (course or work experience)
Contact: Deborah Robertson
508-793-7515

Community Engagement Office
 

Student Org. Liason/Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Community Engagement Office
Description: Supports coordinator of student programs by compiling and maintaining information on service oriented student organizations, coordinating day of service events and assisting in the Community Engagement Officer
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong organization and communication skills. Ability to work independently and multitask. Flexibility. Please apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Hiatt Center for Urban Education
 

Research Clerk - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Hiatte Center for Urban Education 212B JC
Description: We seek a detail-oriented person who is comfortable working independently to assist a research center with data entry, organization of data (audio, video, texts) copying, and library research
Qualifications/
Requirements:
We would like someone who can work up to 20 hours per week for Spring 2014 (possible to extend into the summer) Schedule quite flexible. Should be comfortable with Microsoft Office applications.
Contact: Katerine Bielaczyc
508-713-8285

IDCE
 

Front Desk Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: IDCE House
Description: Answering multi line phone, copying, filing, greeting visitors and answering questions, scanning documents and/or organize electronic files. Other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, exp. with Microsoft Office. Reliable/responsible with positive attitude, previous office exp a plus. Excellent customer service skills. Keep a clean and professional appearance and work space. 10 hours a week. Email your resume to hpeloquin@clarku.edu
Contact: Heather Peloquin
hpeloquin@clarku.edu

ITS
 

IT Communications Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Goddard Library, 407
Description: Under the supervision of the Academic Technology and Client Support Services staff, IT Communications Assistants will; help contribute with the communication of ITS news, tips, tricks and related content. Responsible for publishing ITS content on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, WWW, email & CUBBS for campus consumption. Facilitate the day to day submissions, responses and publishing of content to CUBBS. Assist with the maintenance of content on ITS web pages. Assist with the creation of ITS signage, HTML emails etc
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong written, verbal and graphic design skills required. Experience with publishing to the web, HTML/CSS, social media (Facebook, Google+ and Twitter) preferred. Ability to take direction and work independently. Experience organizing projects and working with a team. Self-motivated; organized and strong attention to detail. Video editing/production experience helpful, but not required. To be considered, submit a formal application at: http://goo.gl/S70xIS
Contact: Cheryl Turner Elwell
celwell@clarku.edu
Academic Technology Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Goddard Library 407
Description: Under the supervision of the Director of Academic Technology Services and Academic Technologists, Academic Technology Interns collaborate with faculty and students on projects to enhance the teaching, learning, and research activities of the University. Depending on student skills and abilities work might include; Moodle support and course development, Q/A testing, documentation. Multimedia production including: basic audio-visual production and post-production tasks; image manipulation; web development (primarily with WordPress) Creating documentation for supported services; poster printing and other projects/duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The only absolute prerequisites are computer literacy, a strong desire to learn, attention to details; willingness to search for answers on one's own, a cheerful attitude and a good sense of humor. Students will be able to further develop their skills through project teams and special training. Any skills in the following areas are especially valuable; strong writing skills; internet research techniques; excellent problem solving skills; HTML, web design or project management; graphic design; JavaScript, Java, database design. To be considered, submit a formal application at: http://goo.gl/S70xIS
Contact: Michael Krikonis/Cheryl Turner Elwell
mkrikonis@clarku.edu

Main South CDC
 

Assistant to Property Manager - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC
Description: Assist the property manager in the administration of CDC owned & managed properties by reviewing rental applications, communicating with residents, assisting with annual visits/inspections, ensuring accurate record keeping etc
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Candidates must be detail oriented, self-motivated, and committed. Ability to multi-task, computer proficiency, and strong communication skills are essential. 10 hour work week, Monday-Friday. To apply please go to bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Workforce Coordinator - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC-Off Campus
Description: Promote the workforce development centers programs and services. Assist clients with resume building and job search/placement process. Organize and recruit participants for life skill seminars
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Management skills, advanced excel capabilities, strong organizational skills with attention to detail, accuracy and accountability. Bilingual in English and Spanish strongly preferred. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Psychology
 

Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Rm 362
Description: Assistance with research, including locating sources, some review of literatures, minor editing using APA guidelines.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Completion of Introductory level Psychology courses
Contact: Lene Jensen
508-793-7271
Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark 314
Description: Seeking a student who is proficient in Photoshop. Responsibilities will include data entry and psychological research on stereotypes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Proficient in photoshop. Organizational and time management skills
Contact: Nicole Overstreet
508-793-7231

Hiatt Center for Urban Education
 

Research Clerk - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Hiatte Center for Urban Education 212B JC
Description: We seek a detail-oriented person who is comfortable working independently to assist a research center with data entry, organization of data (audio, video, texts) copying, and library research
Qualifications/
Requirements:
We would like someone who can work up to 20 hours per week for Spring 2014 (possible to extend into the summer) Schedule quite flexible. Should be comfortable with Microsoft Office applications.
Contact: Katerine Bielaczyc
508-713-8285

ITS
 

IT Communications Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Goddard Library, 407
Description: Under the supervision of the Academic Technology and Client Support Services staff, IT Communications Assistants will; help contribute with the communication of ITS news, tips, tricks and related content. Responsible for publishing ITS content on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, WWW, email & CUBBS for campus consumption. Facilitate the day to day submissions, responses and publishing of content to CUBBS. Assist with the maintenance of content on ITS web pages. Assist with the creation of ITS signage, HTML emails etc
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong written, verbal and graphic design skills required. Experience with publishing to the web, HTML/CSS, social media (Facebook, Google+ and Twitter) preferred. Ability to take direction and work independently. Experience organizing projects and working with a team. Self-motivated; organized and strong attention to detail. Video editing/production experience helpful, but not required. To be considered, submit a formal application at: http://goo.gl/S70xIS
Contact: Cheryl Turner Elwell
celwell@clarku.edu
Academic Technology Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Goddard Library 407
Description: Under the supervision of the Director of Academic Technology Services and Academic Technologists, Academic Technology Interns collaborate with faculty and students on projects to enhance the teaching, learning, and research activities of the University. Depending on student skills and abilities work might include; Moodle support and course development, Q/A testing, documentation. Multimedia production including: basic audio-visual production and post-production tasks; image manipulation; web development (primarily with WordPress) Creating documentation for supported services; poster printing and other projects/duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The only absolute prerequisites are computer literacy, a strong desire to learn, attention to details; willingness to search for answers on one's own, a cheerful attitude and a good sense of humor. Students will be able to further develop their skills through project teams and special training. Any skills in the following areas are especially valuable; strong writing skills; internet research techniques; excellent problem solving skills; HTML, web design or project management; graphic design; JavaScript, Java, database design. To be considered, submit a formal application at: http://goo.gl/S70xIS
Contact: Michael Krikonis/Cheryl Turner Elwell
mkrikonis@clarku.edu