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Athletic Department

Kneller Pool Lifeguard - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Center
Description: Lifeguard Training: American Red Cross or YMCA First Aid: American REd Cross STandard or Community First Aid and Safety or National Safety Council "Green Cross" First Aid CPR: American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer or American Heart Association CPR for the health Cared Provider
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Do not apply for this position unless your certifications will be current as of the 8/24/2015 and you have been approved for federal work study through the office of financial aid. Please upload your certifications below. If you have trouble, scan/email to Aquatics Director Paul E. Phillips at pephillips@clarku.edu or fax 508-793-7627. Online application Application: clarkathletics.com/information/lifeguard application
Contact: Paul E Phillips
508-793-7627

Athletics

Student Assistants - 10 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Kneller Athletics
Description: The following work study opportunities are available in the Department of Athletics and Recreation for students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study. It is also important to note that these are not jobs specifically for student-athletes. These jobs are open to any undergraduate who receives Federal Work Study. Please be aware that some positions fill quicker than others. Even if a position is filled at the beginning of a semester, there is a chance a position could become available during the semester or at the beginning of the Spring semester. Athletics Department Mascot Equipment Room Assistant Athletic Training Assistant Setup Crew Kneller & Bickman Fitness Center Proctors Home Contest Managers Sports Information Statisticians Staff Writers Sports Information Assistant Videographer Intramural Staff
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Please use this link to submit your interest in a work study job and to learn more about the jobs Application: clarkathletics.com/information/work study application
Contact: Joseph Brady
8869

Boys & Girls Club of Central Massachusetts

College & Career Readiness Asst - 1 opening

Posted date: 31 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Main St
Description: Assist the Academic Success Director with Learning Center activities, including, but not limited to, tutoring and homework help. This may also include: checking Club members into the activity area, supervising members to ensure rules are followed, essay editing, application help and college tours. Participate in activities such as board games, computer programs and general upkeep of the activity room
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Patience, multi-tasking ability, flexibility and reliability. Outgoing personality and experience with tutoring. Experience with youth preferred. Must be available during afterschool hours: 2pm-8pm To apply: bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact:


Chemistry

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Sackler Sciences Center
Description: General office duties. Photocopying, mail distribution, campus errands. Assist with seminars, phone coverage. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Reliable, responsible, ability to work independently and with minimal supervision
Contact: Rene Baril
508-793-7130

Craft Studio

Proctor - 10 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Basement, Higgins University Center
Description: Proctor and supervise use of the craft studio in the University Center
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Experience in supervision, teaching and working with various crafts necessary.
Contact:
508-793-7620

Events Planning

UC Building Manager - 4 openings

Posted date: 11 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Higgins University
Description: Professional Staff are not available to be at every meeting or event that takes place in the University Center each day. Therefore, student managers are needed to supervise these events and the building. The role and responsibility of the Operations Building Manager are significant and may require many skills. Operations Building Managers are on duty from 7am-3am daily. LOOKING FOR 4 DYNAMIC Work/Non-Work STUDY Students!!! – Be prepared to WOW us! Applications due August 27 by 9am– pick up application at the Events Office, UC 3rd Floor, M-F 8:30-4:30
Qualifications/
Requirements:
•Oversee occupant safety and overall efficient building operation •Knowledge of Worcester, its surrounding communities and Clark itself to assist on and off campus guests •Answer information desk phone and questions in a courteous and efficient manner •Monitor daily activities in the UC (including making introductions to staff running programs) •Being helpful and courteous to all program participants and building tenants (including Physical Plant, Dining Services, Alpha Graphics, Mail Room, etc) •Complete building rounds on an hourly basis throughout the day •Understand, support and enforce University and building policies •Handle all emergency situation that may arise and know all emergency contacts Report any emergencies, maintenance or staff issues that arise to the Staff Supervisor on a daily basis – use log books daily •Secure and lock the building at the end of day. Alarm building prior to leaving •Advance room set ups for any event according to the set up sheets or as told by Staff Supervisor, Event Services Manager, Office Assistant or Director of Student Leadership and Programming •Unlock conference rooms for all events •Break down and store equipment and furniture at end of the event. Contact Catering or Media for additional pick ups when necessary •Keep building tidy, including picking up papers and trash in meeting rooms and open areas, removing old and unstamped flyers and banners •Attend Staff meetings •Wear UC uniform when required Applications due August 27 by 9am– pick up application at the Events Office, UC 3rd Floor, M-F 8:30-4:30
Contact: Caressa Kislus/Jenn Parissi-Forti
7471

Geography

Forest Ecology Research Lab - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Jefferson Academic Center
Description: Responsibilities include preparing and processing dendroecological tree-ring samples and other ecological data in the Forest Ecology Research Lab. Applicants should have an interest in forest ecology, a sustained and meticulous attention to detail, and an ability to work independently. Prior lab experience is preferred but not expected. All training is provided. Interested students should email Professor Kulakowski (dkulakowski@clarku.edu)the following three documents
Qualifications/
Requirements:
1. A one page statement describing how your skills, interests and background qualify you for this position 2. A resume/CV 3. Names and emails of two university references Review of applicants is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. Please email any related questions to Professor Kulakowski
Contact: Dominik Kulakowski
508-793-7336

GSOM / Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Project Coordinator - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Dana Commons
Description: Responsible for assisting the I&E Program with all co-curricular event planning (U-Reka Big Idea Challenge, Guest speakers and off-campus trips, Venture Forum, etc), on-campus and off-campus marketing, video editing and creation, coordinating event activities for department part-time faculty, scheduling guest speakers, social media marketing for the I&E Program, collaborating on events with the Clark Entrepreneurship Club, potential admin/ volunteer support for two on-campus student ventures and other departmental support duties as assigned.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Undergraduate students with an interest in entrepreneurship, program management, marketing and project planning. Must possess exceptional organization and time management skills; proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Software, video editing and HTML/web management very helpful. Resume and cover letter about interest in this position should be sent to Amy Whitney, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program (amwhitney@clarku.edu). Position will remain open until filled.
Contact: Amy Whitney
508-421-3730

Horizons for Homeless Children

Playspace Volunteer Liaison - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Clark University
Description: Assist with volunteer recruitment, coordination, and training for Horizons’ Playspace Program. Assist with maintenance and restocking of Playspaces and perform other administrative activities as necessary. Attend volunteer shifts to play with homeless youth and support volunteers.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong organizational and communication skills. Experience working with youth preferred. Applicants must have access to a vehicle to travel to shelters throughout Worcester and must also provide proof of measles vaccination. Apply online: bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact:
8815

Language & Literature Culture

Office Help - 1 opening

Posted date: 17 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Estabrook Hall
Description: Assisting LL&C faculty and office staff with clerical duties and department projects
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Enthusiasm and desire to learn and share new ideas
Contact: Lisa Briddon
508-793-7234

Map Library (Goddard)

Map Library Assistant - 3 openings

Posted date: 17 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Goddard
Description: Assist librarian in the withdrawal of federal map materials from the collection. Related duties in the operation of the Map Lib, 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
apply in person

One-Card Office

One Card Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: 151 Woodland, 2nd Floor
Description: Issue ID cards, update data on system, filing, research other miscellaneous duties
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Student must be comfortable with technology and have strong customer service skills. Hours needed are 2:00-5:00 pm Friday and will also schedule for one other day/week on a rotating basis Please respond by email
Contact: Paul Wykes
7385

Philosophy

Student Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: 11 Loudon St, Beck House
Description: Responsible for assisting the Managerial Secretary with duties pertaining to the efficient operation of the Philosophy Department's front office. Office duties include the following: Processing/handling requests from PHIL faculty; communicating via email and phone, processing book orders, Xerox machine functions (copying, scanning & faxing) distributing mail, updating data bases for record keeping purposes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Excellent Communication skills (written and verbal) Good organizational skills, computer skills. Microsoft office proficient. Time management skills with the ability to multi-task. Previous office experience preferred Email your resume to Maureen Hession mhession@clarku.edu No phone calls please
Contact: Maureen Hession
7414

Physical Plant

Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 31 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: 24 Charlotte St
Description: Clerical duties, filing, computer entry, answering phones, greeting customers
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Professional, quick learner, good computer skills. Able to multi task and take proficient notes regarding job related information.
Contact: Sherii Dilling
7207

Psychology

R/A - 1 opening

Posted date: 18 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Putting together and carrying out small scale studies with elementary school students
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Junior or Senior able to work on study as well as library and web research work. Psychology major
Contact: Marianne Wiser
7263
Main Office Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 18 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: General office duties. Copying, answer phones, run on campus errands, library research, some typing and other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Some office or work study experience ability to work with all levels of faculty, staff and students
Contact: Lori Buckley
7274
R/A - 1 opening

Posted date: 18 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Assistance with tasks associated with research and teaching library tasks, organization work and other miscellaneous tasks as assigned.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Sophomore or above and a Psychology major preferred.
Contact: Johanna Vollhardt
7278

Residential Life and Housing

Office Assistant - 5 openings

Posted date: 18 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: 151 Woodland, 1st floor
Description: Greeting people who come into the office, answering phones, data entry and other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Knowledge of computer systems and good customer service skills.
Contact: Lisa Jano
508-793-7453

V & PA

Resource Library Asst - 4 openings

Posted date: 11 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center Resource Library
Description: Assist Resource Library Coordinator, faculty, and students with collections and equipment. Tasks include scanning, data entry, photocopying, and filing.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a mature, responsible and dependable student, who has some basic computer and scanner skills. Must be able to work independently and be available to work some evening and weekend hours. Attention to detail and organizational skills are also required. First year students strongly encouraged to apply.
Contact: Arielle Sorenson
7481
Projectionists - 4 openings

Posted date: 11 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center Razzo Hall
Description: Transport, prepare, and show films, DVD’s and VHS tapes for screenings. Helps maintain equipment, films, DVD’s, and tapes. Is the House Manager whenever faculty are unable to attend.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a responsible and dependable student, who is willing to be trained by an approved projectionist on 16mm & 35mm projectors, as well as all AV equipment necessary for screenings. Must be able to work independently with attention to detail. First year students strongly encourage to apply.
Contact: Arielle Sorenson
7481
Office Asst Music/Events Office - 4 openings

Posted date: 11 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center and Little Center
Description: General office duties, such as typing, computer/social media data entry, answering phones, and photo copying. There is often delivering and picking up of mail and other materials between V&PA buildings and the Clark campus. Some event work during evenings and weekends is required.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a mature, responsible and dependable student, who has basic computer and office machine skills. In addition, these students must be neat in appearance, project a positive attitude and be team-players. First year students strongly encouraged to apply.
Contact: Tina Zlody
7349
Digital Prodcution TA - 2 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center Multi media Center
Description: Assist professor and students with video editing suites equipment. Helping to set up and maintain equipment and suites. Keeps track of borrowed equipment. Open and close the Multimedia Center during after-hours. Monitor use of all rooms in MM Center and trouble-shoot problems with computers and equipment. Contact person for emergencies. Relay space issues to proper persons
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a mature, responsible student and clear-thinking with excellent video production knowledge. Must be available for evening and weekend hours. Must be able to work independently with attention to detail. Only open to video production students.
Contact: Soren Sorenson
508-793-7113
Traina Security Proctors - 2 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center
Description: Open and close the Traina Center evenings and weekend hours. Monitor building use and keep log of everyone entering and leaving. Is the contact for emergencies. Relay building issues to the proper persons
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a mature, responsible student and clear-thinking. Must be available for evening and weekend hours
Contact: Tina Zlody
508-793-7113
Music Equipment Manager - 2 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Estabrook hall
Description: Responsible for the organization, management and stewardship of the musical instruments in Estabrook Hall. The candidate will assist in developing protocol for where instruments are stored and making sure instruments are in good working order on a monthly basis. This individual will be the point person for instrument lending requests, lending paperwork, contacting e-board, detailing the condition of the instruments before they are lent and when they are returned and contacting ensemble directors for approvals. Candidate will conduct a Friday evaluation of all storage spaces and their organization, putting things back where they belong. Assist in moving of instruments from Estabrook to concert locations on and off campus. Other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Mature and responsible self starter with high attention to detail and ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Contact: Tina Zlody
508-793-7349
Estabrook/Little Security Proctor - 3 openings

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: Little Center or Estabrook Hall
Description: Provide support to faculty who teach and rehearse after 5pm. Give students access to practice rooms, rehearsal rooms and recording studios. Supervise the security of Estabrook and Little Center during during after hours. Lock up the building following their shift and making sure that the building is empty when they leave. On weekends duties also include opening the building. Additional hours for Little Center proctors on nights of events as needed.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a mature, responsible student and clear-thinking. Must be available for evening and weekend hours
Contact: Tina Zlody
508-793-7349
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

YWCA of Central Massachusetts

Prevention Education Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 10 Aug 2015

Type: Work Study
Location: YWCA
Description: Assist Prevention Advocates with Girls Promoting Safety Program on site at Worcester middle school(s) by facilitating program activities, preparing lessons, carrying out program evaluations, and other tasks as necessary. The GPS program focuses on building communication skills; conflict resolution; healthy relationship skills; an understanding of stress, media and peer pressure; and an understanding of dating violence.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong organization and communication skills, punctuality, and professionalism. Experience working with youth and knowledge of domestic violence prevention are preferred. Applicants must have access to a car for transportation. Apply online: bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact:
8815

Events Planning

UC Building Manager - 4 openings

Posted date: 11 Aug 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Higgins University Center
Description: Professional Staff are not available to be at every meeting or event that takes place in the University Center each day. Therefore, student managers are needed to supervise these events and the building. The role and responsibility of the Operations Building Manager are significant and may require many skills. Operations Building Managers are on duty from 7am-3am daily. LOOKING FOR 4 DYNAMIC Work/Non-Work STUDY Students!!! – Be prepared to WOW us! Applications due August 27 by 9am– pick up application at the Events Office, UC 3rd Floor, M-F 8:30-4:30
Qualifications/
Requirements:
•Oversee occupant safety and overall efficient building operation •Knowledge of Worcester, its surrounding communities and Clark itself to assist on and off campus guests •Answer information desk phone and questions in a courteous and efficient manner •Monitor daily activities in the UC (including making introductions to staff running programs) •Being helpful and courteous to all program participants and building tenants (including Physical Plant, Dining Services, Alpha Graphics, Mail Room, etc) •Complete building rounds on an hourly basis throughout the day •Understand, support and enforce University and building policies •Handle all emergency situation that may arise and know all emergency contacts Report any emergencies, maintenance or staff issues that arise to the Staff Supervisor on a daily basis – use log books daily •Secure and lock the building at the end of day. Alarm building prior to leaving •Advance room set ups for any event according to the set up sheets or as told by Staff Supervisor, Event Services Manager, Office Assistant or Director of Student Leadership and Programming •Unlock conference rooms for all events •Break down and store equipment and furniture at end of the event. Contact Catering or Media for additional pick ups when necessary •Keep building tidy, including picking up papers and trash in meeting rooms and open areas, removing old and unstamped flyers and banners •Attend Staff meetings •Wear UC uniform when required
Contact: Caressa Kislus/Jenn Parissi-Forti
7471

GSOM / Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Project Coordinator - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Carlson Hall
Description: Responsible for assisting the I&E Program with all co-curricular event planning (U-Reka Big Idea Challenge, Guest speakers and off-campus trips, Venture Forum, etc), on-campus and off-campus marketing, video editing and creation, coordinating event activities for department part-time faculty, scheduling guest speakers, social media marketing for the I&E Program, collaborating on events with the Clark Entrepreneurship Club, potential admin/ volunteer support for two on-campus student ventures and other departmental support duties as assigned.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Undergraduate students with an interest in entrepreneurship, program management, marketing and project planning. Must possess exceptional organization and time management skills; proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Software, video editing and HTML/web management very helpful. Resume and cover letter about interest in this position should be sent to Amy Whitney, Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program (amwhitney@clarku.edu). Position will remain open until filled.
Contact: Amy Whitney
508-421-3730

GSOM

Graduate Research Assistant for Professor Susan Feng - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Carlson Hall
Description: The GA will be responsible for analyzing data using SAS/Stata, so the student must be very familiar with those software systems. Familiarity with Bloomberg data download and analysis a plus. Students with a solid background in investments, computer skills (MATLAB, SAS, Stata, and VBA) would be a good fit. The professor prefers a student who has taken Investments, Computation, Finance, Portfolio Management, or related courses previously. The position is based on 6 hours per week, at a pay rate of $12 per hour.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
GSOM student preferred. Preferred skills include: analytical/research ability; hard working; self-motivation/ability to work with little supervision; and flexibility with schedule. Deadline to apply has been extended to is 4pm EST on Thursday, September 3rd.
Contact: Contact Ainsley Watt
508-421-3740
Graduate Assistant for the MSA Program with Professor Mary Ellen Morris - 1 opening

Posted date: 24 Aug 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Carlson Hall
Description: The GA will be expected to hold regular “office hours” each week – approximately 2 hours per day, 2 days a week alternating days with two other MSA GAs. Additional hours may be added the week of/before exams. GAs may also be asked to help grade assignments and proctor exams in which they are not a student and assist faculty with grading (ACCT 5101, ACCT 5102, ACCT 5104, and/or ACCT 5105). Additionally, the GAs may assist the MS Director with projects or curriculum development in any of the MSA courses. The position is based on 4 hours per week, at a pay rate of $12 per hour.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
GSOM student preferred. Required Completed Coursework: Acct 4100 and Acct 5101 (the student must be an MSA student with an A or A- in their accounting coursework and very strong accounting technical skills as their primary function will be to assist students with homework or concepts in ACCT 4101, ACCT 5101, ACCT 5102, ACCT 5104, ACCT 5105; Familiarity with Specific Software/Systems: Moodle. Up to 6 hours per week; will work in conjunction with 2 other GAs and must be available for 2 hours 2 days a week to hold “office hours.” The GAs will also be required to proctor exams as needed. Preferred skills: Self motivation/ability to work with little supervision; communication skills (proficiency in English speaking/writing implied); hard-working. Deadline to apply is 4pm EST on Monday, August 31st.
Contact: Contact Ainsley Watt
508-421-3740

Office of Dean of the College

Student Success Advisor - 1 opening

Posted date: 21 Aug 2015

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Office of the Dean of the College
Description: Position: Student Success Advisor Time: 10 Hours per week Must be available to work at least two days each week. Flexibility regarding evening or weekend hours is appreciated. Any graduate students who expects to be enrolled in a graduate program through this academic year and who has not received a university-sponsored teaching or research assistantship is eligible to apply.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The advisor will be responsible for advising students who have been placed on academic probation. The advisor is expected to meet each probation advisee to monitor the student's academic progress and to strategize ways in which the student can return to academic good standing. Excellent interpersonal skills and interest in student development and academic advising are required. Teaching, counseling experience, or prior work with young adults is an advantage. Applicants should submit a letter of application along with a resume and the names of two references.
Contact: Phil Robakiewicz
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