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Academic Affairs
 

Student Assistant - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Academic Affairs
Description: Responsible undergraduates. Sophomores preferred. Proficient in the technical aspects of outlook, excel, the web etc.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Assist the Academic Affairs staff in all manners of need, including coordinating the teaching evaluation process. Help on phones, copying, on campus errands, editing copy, working on Outlook, Excel
Contact: Debra
508-793-7766

Alumni & Friends Engagement
 

Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Alumni Office, 122 Woodland St
Description: Assist all staff members by answering phones, processing reservations for events, data entry, project management, e-mail, filing, word processing, and other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Ability to multi-task, attention to detail, ability to set priorities, enjoys working with a team, knowledge of all Microsoft applications, excellent phone skills
Contact: Katherine Mier
508-793-7166

Archives and Special Collections
 

Student Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Archives and Special Collections
Description: Office duties, filing, data entry, phones. Provide information to patrons. Assist in processing archival materials and shelve books and boxes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Student needs to be well organized and have familiarity with computer applications. Experience doing work in an archives, historical society or library, is a plus
Contact: Fordyce Williams
508-793-7206

ArtsWorcester
 

Gallery Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: ArtsWorcester
Description: Assist in ArtsWorcester's media outreach, membership management and special events (including receptions, openings, and major fundraisers) Other duties based on individual interests of skills
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Interest in the arts, public relations and events coordination. Solid computer skills. Must possess good sense of humor and enthusiasm for non profit sector work. If interested apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

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
Lab Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Lasry Center for Biosciences
Description: Student employee will be involved in literature searching in the fields of evolutionary biology and functional morphology, and will have the responsibility of caring for reptiles and amphibians. Other research related tasks may also be assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Applicants should be Biology or Environmental Science Majors or planning to declare one of these as their major. Experience with the care of animals particularly exotics is preferred
Contact: Philip Bergmann
pbergmann@clarku.edu

Bruce Wells Scholars-Upward Bound Program
 

Tutor/Program Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Clark Campus
Description: Instruct/tutor high school students preparing for post-secondary education. Provide academic assistance and encouragement to students. Help build a sense of community in the program
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Detail oriented, organized, strong communication skills. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Chemistry
 

Stockroom/Lab Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Sackler Sciences, S310
Description: Help prepare intro and organic labs, warehousing of laboratory equipment and office related work.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Basic knowledge of chemistry helpful, but not necessary
Contact: Ernest Krygier
508-793-7574
Intro to Chemistry Tutor - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Sackler Science Bldg, S210
Description: Tutor for Intro Chemistry I and II
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Responsible person with excellent knowledge of chemistry
Contact: Ernest Krygier
508-793-7574

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
Video Editor - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Community Engagement Office
Description: Expand the local knowledge interview collection by recording and editing interviews following a standard protocol/format
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Previous experience in video production and post-production. Candidates must have access to editing software/environment. Scheduling is flexible. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Coumbus Park Prep Academy
 

Student Volunteer Liason - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Colubus Park Prepatory Academy-Off Campus
Description: Serve as a volunteer recruiter and liaison between Clark students and Columbus Park school for volunteer opportunities. The includes coordinating a student volunteer calendar and coordinating outreach opportunities.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Enthusiasm and strong communication skills. Organizational skills with attention to detail, accuracy and accountability. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Craft Studio
 

Proctor - 4 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Higgins University Center
Description: Supervise and teach various crafts in on campus studio for entire Clark Community
Qualifications/
Requirements:
General art background. Specific craft expertise is helpful
Contact: Linda Freedman
508-793-7620

Dean of Students
 

Student Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: 155 Woodland St, 1st Floor
Description: Filing, telephone coverage, on campus errands. Other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be detail oriented, able to communicate courteously and professionally, dependable, reliable. Able to work independently
Contact: Robin Reiss
508-793-7423

Geography
 

GIS Support Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Jefferson Academic Center, 220
Description: Advising/tutoring GIS students in various GIS applications/software trouble-shooting, problem solving) Will also be responsible for various office duties and compiling data on new/accessible GIS software and programming
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Student must have completed and passed GEOG 190 and GEOG 290 at time of application. Must be able to keep training/help sessions confidential
Contact: Rachel Levitt
508-793-7282

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
Contact: Cheryl Turner Elwell
508-421-3714
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
Contact: Michael Krikonis/Cheryl Turner Elwell
508-793-8807

ITS/Media Services
 

Media Services Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Under the supervision of the Manager for Classroom/Media Services, MS Assistants will provide customer assistance and event support in the Media Services office. This support may be in the office or onsite at a campus event, classroom, etc. It could include setting up AV equipment, teaching customers how to use equipment or producing documentation to support its use. Assistants will help track inventory and make equipment reservations.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Training will be provided so pre-existing knowledge of AV equipment isn't essential but is helpful. Requirements include a strong desire to learn, excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to carry, set-up and operate various pieces of media and computer equipment, answer phones, and convey information accurately and with keen attention to detail
Contact: James Cormier
508-421-3762

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
Contact: Ben Gardner
508-421-3785
Virtual Library Coordinator - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC-Off Campus
Description: Coordinate the virtual library program, including collection and dissemination of electronic readers, organizing Nook/Kindle accounts, and planning reading oriented activities
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Highly organized, motivated and independent worker who is comfortable working with Woodland Academy teachers and administrators. Interest in education and familiarity with electronic readers is preferred. Apply at 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. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Computer Class Instructor - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC-Off Campus
Description: Assist the program manager with the preparation of, outreach for and execution of basic classes that introduce computers to non-working and working class individuals that lack awareness of computers functions
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Ability to communicate effectively and quality instructional strategies. Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Community Organizer - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC-Off Campus
Description: Organize and coordinate the Main South's CDC outreach. Maintain data on previous and outgoing research projects. Additional position areas include awareness of public safety and event organization.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Excellent community organizing, time management and project management skills. Ability to apply creative and critical thinking to improve existing programming. Individual and group communication skills. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Map Library
 

Map Library Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Goodard Library
Description: Assist library staff in maintaining the library and providing service to patrons
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Reliability, ability to work independently after training. Knowledge/interest in geography, library experience helpful.
Contact: Beverly Presley
508-793-7322

One-Card Office
 

Once Card Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: 151 Woodland St, 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 are 2-5pm on Tuesdays-other days may be scheduled depending on availability
Contact: Paul Wykes
pwykes@clarku.edu

Philisophy
 

Student Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Beck House 11 Loudon St
Description: Responsible for assisting the Managerial Secretary with duties pertaining to the efficient operation of the Philosophy departments front office. Office duties include the following: processing book orders; copying, scanning and faxing; distributing mail; updating data bases for record keeping purposes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Excellent communication skills (written & 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 mhession@clarku.edu
Contact: Maureen Hession
7414

President's Office
 

Student Assistant I and II - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: President's Office
Description: Provide confidential office assistance to the President and his staff by opening and sorting mail, answering multi-line phone, creating and maintaining Word/Excel files, filing, scanning and copying and assisting with projects and special events
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Detailed oriented person proficient in MS Office. We are looking for someone who is reliable, responsible, flexible and able to multi-task and work independently. Professional and pleasant phone manner is a must
Contact: Katrina Banks-Binici
508-793-7329

Psychology
 

Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Rm 350
Description: Assistance with tasks related to research and teaching, library work, help with organizational tasks, maintenance of bibliographical database and help with miscellaneous tasks
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Reliable and dependable. Able to work independently
Contact: Rachel Falmagne
508-793-7262
Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Rm 318
Description: Workstudy assistant needed to help with library work. Ordering articles, books, etc and occasionally copying. Additional word doc formatting
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Verg organized, conscientious, responsive to email, courteous, hard working. Upper classman are encouraged to apply
Contact: Abbie Goldberg
agoldberg@clarku.edu
Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Rm 346
Description: Provide clerical and research related tasks as needed for Professor Hines. Please send resume and cover letter to dhines@clarku.edu
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Proficient in Word, Excel, Powerpoint and SPSS
Contact: Denise Hines
508-793-7458
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 Rm 344
Description: Assistance with research tasks. Data entry, transcription, recruitment of participants, library research, compilation of bibliographies; journal editing tasks, proofreading APA style
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Ideally Psychology major with some research experience. Has taken Psyc 1081109. Excellent organizational skills, reliable, attention to details, knowledge of APA manuscript style or willingness to learn it
Contact: Johnna Vollhardt
508-793-7278
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
Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Room 336
Description: Student needed to set up a new research lab, conduct literature reviews and other tasks as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be a dependable and reliable student
Contact: Andrew Stewart
508-793-7656

V & PA
 

Theatre Assistant - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Little Center
Description: Assist theatre faculty in creation of sets and work backstage during productions. Break down sets and clean theatre post production
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be in a technical theatre class or have passed one. Knowledge of equipment and materials used is required. Must be available for evening and weekend hours
Contact: Kevin McGerigle/Jessie Darrell
508-793-7361
Video Production TA - 2 openings
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 & close the multimedia center during after-hours. Monitor use of all rooms in MM Center and troubleshoot 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: Michael Sigel
508-793-7113
Theatre Assistant - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Little Center
Description: Assist theatre faculty in creation of sets and work backstage during productions. Break down sets and clean theatre post-production
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must be in a technical theatre class or have passed one. Knowledge of equipment and materials used is required. Must be available for evening and weekend hours
Contact: Kevin McGerigle
508-793-7361
Office Assistant - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Traina Center and Little Center
Description: FIRST YEAR STUDENTS are encouraged to apply. General office duties, typing, data entry, phones and copying. there is often delivering and picking up 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, be team players and have excellent written and oral skills
Contact: Danielle Webster
dwebster@clarku.edu

Visual & Performing Arts
 

Music Equipment Manager - 2 openings
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-borad, detailing the condition of the instruments before they are lent and when they are returned and contacting ensemble directors for approvals. they will conduct a Friday evaluation of all storage spaces and their organization, putting them 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
Artists Models - 7 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Traina Center 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
dwebster@clarku.edu
Lighting Technical Assistant - 3 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Little Center
Description: Operate technical light board during Theatre program productions and rehearsals
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Requires a mature and responsible student who is trained in theatrical light and soundboards (Little Center) program productions
Contact: Kevin McGerigle
508-793-7361
Estabrook/Little Security Proctor - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Little Center or Estabrook Hall
Description: Provide support to faculty who teach and rehears after 5pm. Give students access to practice rooms, rehearsal rooms, and recording studios. Supervise the security of Estabrook and Little Center 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

WorcesterChamber Music Society
 

Neighborhood Strings Educator - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Woodland Academy-Off Campus
Description: Work closely with educational director and WCMS artists to mentor students, prepare class materials and plan special events for Neighborhood Strings program
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Applicants should be energetic, engaging and have the ability to work independently. A musical background and experience working with children are preferred, but not necessary. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

YWCA
 

Prevention Education Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: YWCA Central Mass
Description: Assist prevention advocates with girls, promoting safety programs by facilitating program activities, carrying out program evaluations. Office time at the YWCA. Program focuses on building communication, conflict resolution and healthy relationship skills
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong organization and communication skills, punctuality and professionalism. Experience working with youth and knowledge of domestic violence prevention are preferred. Apply at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Contact: Ben Gardner
bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Chemistry
 

Intro to Chemistry Tutor - 2 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Sackler Science Bldg, S210
Description: Tutor for Intro Chemistry I and II
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Responsible person with excellent knowledge of chemistry
Contact: Ernest Krygier
508-793-7574

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
Contact: Cheryl Turner Elwell
508-421-3714
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
Contact: Michael Krikonis/Cheryl Turner Elwell
508-793-8807

ITS/Media Services
 

Media Services Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark
Description: Under the supervision of the Manager for Classroom/Media Services, MS Assistants will provide customer assistance and event support in the Media Services office. This support may be in the office or onsite at a campus event, classroom, etc. It could include setting up AV equipment, teaching customers how to use equipment or producing documentation to support its use. Assistants will help track inventory and make equipment reservations.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Training will be provided so pre-existing knowledge of AV equipment isn't essential but is helpful. Requirements include a strong desire to learn, excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to carry, set-up and operate various pieces of media and computer equipment, answer phones, and convey information accurately and with keen attention to detail
Contact: James Cormier
508-421-3762

Visual & Performing Arts
 

Artists Models - 7 openings
Type: Work Study or Non-Work Study
Location: Traina Center 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
dwebster@clarku.edu