Updated 11/17/14 On-Campus Jobs Questions? Need help? Contact The Office of Student Employment at 330-972-7405 ON-CAMPUS JOB POSTINGS Department Student Life Location Student Union, Akron OH 44325 Contact info Kalyn Jorgensen; 330-972-6504; [email protected] kron.edu Job Title Pay Rate Student $7.95 Organization Resource Center (SOuRCe) Liaison LEGO Manager Hrs/Week Duties 20 hours Job description: The SOuRCe per week Liaison Manager reports to the Assistant Director, Student Life and Graduate Assistant(s) for the SOuRCe. The SOuRCe Liaison Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the SOuRCe, along with managing the staff of the area. The SOuRCe Liaison Manager is a part of the SOuRCe staff, which works to provide the resources necessary for organizations to have a successful year and to promote involvement while creating opportunities for students to actively engage in campus life. Desired skills and qualifications: - Must be an active member of at least one (1) registered student organization Updated 11/17/14 - Must be enrolled in 12 credit hours and have and maintain 2.25 accumulative G.P.A. - Able and willing to work at least 20 hours/week. Hours will be divided between daytime hours and evening hours at the SOuRCe. - Be friendly, enthusiastic and a self-motivator who is customer service oriented. - Possess strong presentation skills along with the ability to assist others in preparing presentations. - Polite, friendly, and dedicated to work with others and display a positive attitude toward the Student Union, its mission statement and the University of Akron. What skills will the student develop? Customer service, supervision, training, administration, planning, communication, assessment, leadership. Application: Fill out the Department of Student Life Application for Employment in person. O Applications can be picked up/returned to the Center for Service and Leadership located on the first floor of the Student Union o Important: Please write at the top of this application “SOuRCe Manager” o If the applicant is a current Student Life employee, only #2 and #3 are needed 2. Resume 3. Cover Letter 4. Turn in required materials to Updated 11/17/14 the Center for Service and Leadership (first floor of the Student Union) Additional information: Deadline to apply is Wednesday, November 26th Posted 11/17/14 Student Financial Aid Simmons Hall 202 Jackie Davis, Grad Assistant $9 330-972-5159, [email protected] du Job description: Federal Loans 24-29 hours per Desired skills and week qualifications: Computer skills, Microsoft Office, Customer Service Job application instructions: Email me your resume at [email protected] Additional information: Need students that can work Fall, Spring and Summers.( New Grad Assistant only) Posted 11/17/14 Associate VP/Controller 185 E Mill Debbie Beynon, Student Street – [email protected] Assistant ASB n.edu Administra tive Services Building $7.95 Spring & Fall up to 20 hrs/week , Summer up to 29hrs/we ek Job description – Student Assistant will assist Controller’s Office in journal entries, account reconciliations, property accounting, inventories, and other accounting projects as assigned. Desired skills and qualifications – Familiar with Excel, Word & Access – will be using PeopleSoft What skills will the student develop? Practical application of Accounting practices. Job application instructions: Please email resume to [email protected] with Updated 11/17/14 contact info for interview process. Additional information – ONLY accounting majors need apply. Sophomore or upper class would be preferred. (No grad assistantships available) Posted 11/14/14 Accounts Payable 185 E Mill Debbie Beynon, Student Street – [email protected] Assistant ASB n.edu Administra tive Services Building $7.95 Spring & Fall up to 20 hrs/week , Summer up to 29hrs/we ek Job description – Student Assistant will assist the Accounts Payable department auditing and ensuring quality control. Desired skills and qualifications – Familiar with Excel & Word– will be using PeopleSoft. Attention to detail is required. What skills will the student develop? Practical experience in an accounting environment. Job application instructions: Please email resume to [email protected] with contact info for interview process. Additional information – ONLY accounting majors need apply. Posted 11/14/14 Physical Facilities 146 Hill St. Charles Weigand Student Akron, Oh [email protected] Assistant $7.95 MondayFriday 7am3:30pm Job Description: Recycling of plastic bottles, cans, glass, pallets, batteries, and cardboard. Includes walking for extended periods of time. Desired skills and qualifications: Must be able to commit to a regular schedule, Updated 11/17/14 have a valid driver’s license, be dependable, lift up to 30 pounds, and the ability to work independently. Job Application Instructions: Please e-mail your resume and application to [email protected] Posted 10/22/14 Physical Facilities 178 S. Andrew Henry Student Forge St. [email protected] Assistant, Akron, OH n.edu Grounds Maintenance $7.95 6am4:30pm MondaySunday Job Description: Litter control, snow removal, mowing, planting, weeding, watering, mulching, and beautifying campus. Desired skills and qualifications: Able to work in inclement weather conditions, previous experience with outdoor work and the desire to learn. Must have a valid driver’s license. Job Application Instructions: Send resume to Andrew Henry [email protected] Posted 10/22/14 Physical Facilities Operations Center 146 Hill St. John Tompkins Akron, Oh 330-972-6147 44325 [email protected] Stockroom Student Assistant $8.10 MondayFriday available between the hours of 7am3:30pm Job Description: Assist in daily operations of stockroom, pick-up and delivery of goods, data entry, Microsoft Word and Excel. Desired skills and qualifications: Valid driver’s license, clean driving record, clerical and phone skills. The ability to operate a variety of motor vehicles. What skills will the student develop? Database software, interpersonal skills, teamwork base. Updated 11/17/14 Job Application Instructions: Send resume to [email protected] Posted 10/22/14 Career Center Student Michael Kulick Graphic $8.50 Union 303 [email protected] Design Intern Carroll u Street 15-20 One paid internship position is available in the Career Center starting immediately. The position has the possibility of renewal after the first year. Hours are flexible depending on academic schedule (15-20 hours per week). Goals and Learning Objectives: • Begin/supplement the creation of a professional portfolio • Develop skills in the design and production of marketing and public relations materials • Develop communication and collaboration skills and the ability to work on a team • Apply previously learned design skills to the development of a variety of marketing pieces and publications • Develop new and/or enhance technical competencies utilizing Adobe CS6 design software (specifically InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop), Microsoft Office applications, and other graphics packages • Develop time management techniques to meet deadlines Areas of Responsibility/Major Projects : • Create and update the Center’s semester and annual publications as outlined in the Center’s marketing timeline • Create and design marketing pieces/publications from Updated 11/17/14 conception of ideas to print in the form of fliers, posters, postcards, banners, brochures, newsletters, table tents, handouts, etc., and all other graphic design needs • Ensure timeliness when working on projects in order to meet deadlines • Assist staff with support of the distribution of marketing materials, when needed Qualifications: • University of Akron undergraduate student (Must be at least sophomore status) • Declared major in Graphic Design • Strong written and oral communication skills and welldeveloped interpersonal skills • Ability to multi-task and meet project deadlines • Attention to detail • Ability to take initiative on projects and see through to completion • Experience with Microsoft Office products, Adobe CS6 design software (specifically InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop) • Ability to listen to others and convert their ideas/concepts into marketing pieces/publications • Basic web page design knowledge Hours: flexible depending on academic schedule (15-20 hours per week expected) Application Procedures: 1. A resume that outlines work experience, education, and Updated 11/17/14 skills. 2. Please note to be considered for this position you must not graduate before May 2015. Deadline Deadline to apply is Friday, November 7th SEND MATERIALS TO: Mike Kulick Career Center Attn: Graphic Design Internship Student Union 211 The University of Akron Akron, OH 44325-4306 or email [email protected] posted 10/17/14 Distance Learning Services Leigh Hall Michelle Reed Classroom [email protected] Student akorn.edu Assistant $7.95 MWF 6:45am2pm or TTH 6:45am2pm Job Description: Provide customer service in the Distance Learning Classroom; communicate with the staff. This position will be an as needed position to help cover students that call off, get sick or if there are other last minute added events that need coverage. No guarantee on set hours. Must be available one of the 2 shifts. You will receive training and based on performance, you could receive guaranteed house for subsequent semesters. Desired skills and qualifications: Outstanding customer service and communication skills, ambitious, quick thinking, assertive and confident, basic computer knowledge. Training will be provided. Updated 11/17/14 Application Instructions: Email the following to [email protected] to be considered: resume, references, and available hours (not class schedule). Posted 10/13/14 Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology Roadway Building; 73 S. College Street Dr. Jodi Kearns [email protected] edu 330.972.7952 Student Assistant for Digital Projects $7.95 Students must be able to fit the 20 hours in between classes from 8-5 Monday through Friday and 10-4 on Saturday s. Job description: The Cummings Center for the History of Psychology seeks one organized, meticulous undergraduate student assistant to help process and digitize historical materials. The Digital Projects department at The Cummings Center seeks to hire one (and possibly more) undergraduate student assistants for up to 20 hours/ week for the end of the Fall 2014 semester and for the Spring 2015 semester, with the possibility of continued employment based on favorable performance review. Student Assistants for Digital Projects are responsible for entering information into the database; digitizing documents and media; organizing materials, and other tasks as assigned. Students Assistants will likely need to be able to lift 30 pounds. Student assistants are required to work at the front desk reception area greeting guests and answering the phone for several hours each week and one Saturday each month. Desired skills and qualifications: Preference will be given to students who have experience using flatbed scanners, cameras, and other digitizing equipment, and who Updated 11/17/14 have experience working in libraries, archives, or museums. Skills Developed: best practices in handling, organizing, and digitizing archival documents. Job application instructions: Send resume with cover letter describing the experience and skills you could bring to the Digital Projects department at the Cummings Center by email to Dr. Jodi Kearns [email protected] by November 7, 2014. Additional Information: The Cummings Center for the History of Psychology is located on the corner of Mill and College Streets on the UA campus. The Center is home to thousands of books, unpublished manuscripts, film, artifacts, sound recordings, and grey literature documents available for digitization and research. Posted 10/10/14 Student Academic Success Polsky Tutoring Labs Andrew Student Richardson, Assistant Coordinator of Tutorial Services; [email protected] u $7.95 Varies, but seeking serious candidat es willing to be flexible and work hours to meet departme nt needs Job description: Student assistants at our reception desk are the backbone of our team, as they are responsible for scheduling appointments for our tutors, running our computer software program, controlling the flow of students into the labs, and managing the phone. Desired skills and qualifications: • Strong work ethic and a commitment to doing tasks the right way. • Outgoing, friendly Updated 11/17/14 personality. • Able to multi-task under a variety of circumstances. • Detail oriented. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Driven to be a successful, contributing member of a team. • 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. Job application instructions: Obtain and complete an application instructions and packet from Andrew Richardson, Coordinator, Tutorial Services at [email protected] Applicants must submit a resume as part of the items requested in the application instructions and packet. Additional information: times needed: Good availability between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. needed; morning availability a plus. Posted 10/09/14 Department of Student Student Life Union, Akron, OH 44325 Ali Doehring; 330-972-7352; [email protected] edu Civic $7.95 Engagement Student Assistant 10-15 hours per week Job description: Civic Engagement Student Assistant reports to GA, Civic Engagement. The Civic Engagement Student Assistant will help in the programming and implementation of current Civic Engagement programs and events as well as initiating new programs and collaborations on campus. The student assistant would not only gain experience in planning service events, but will also gain valuable leadership experience, knowledge of the importance of civic responsibility, and will encourage others to get involved on campus by through Updated 11/17/14 leadership and networking. Desired skills and qualifications: Must be Undergraduate Student enrolled in 12 undergraduate credit hours. Must have and maintain 2.25 cumulative G.P.A. Able and willing to work 1015 hours/week. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Demonstrates leadership ability. Ability to work with minimal supervision, in a timely manner, and meet project deadlines. Ability to provide polite and friendly customer service, and display a positive attitude toward the Student Union, its mission, and The University of Akron. Experience working with non-profit agencies and/or volunteer experience. What skills will the student develop? Planning service events Leadership skills Civic responsibility Job application instructions: Please submit a resume and letter of interest to Ali Doehring Additional information: Responsibilities are as follows: Present: Contribute and volunteer at all of the tabling and information sessions Administrative: Log and track: Service hours for students Service hours for events held within our office Track Student RSVP forms Track Agency Marketing Forms Updated 11/17/14 Student Leadership Roles: Serve as a leader for service events such as Student Leader for ASB, Project/Table Leader for MDD, site leader for service projects (MDD, NVW, SSS). Program Planning: Research, create, and assess new service programs Liaison: Stay in communication with servicefocused student organizations about their upcoming events and serve as a resource to help organizations and students plan service projects Assessment: Assist with creating and reviewing area assessments Marketing: Help maintain social media sites including: UA website, Facebook, and OrgSync. Assist with promotion of service experiences through Marketing Requests, Zipmail, Email Digest, and monthly newsletters. Assist in compiling and overseeing the Civic Engagement list-serv which is used to promote upcoming events/programs. L.E.G.O. Program: Participate in the academic component and maintain the expectations as outlined in the L.E.G.O. manual and Student Employee Handbook. Student Life Staff: Attend all supervisory meetings, area meetings and mentor meetings. Other duties or special programs assigned Posted 10/03/14 Updated 11/17/14 UA Business Solutions Polsky building 466 Jean Spangler; Program [email protected] Assistant .edu $8.50 15-20 hours per week Job description: Student Program Assistant provides support and assistance in the development and delivery of educational programs and associated sales and marketing initiatives; duties may include (but are not limited to) support of internal/external stakeholders, implementation of routine program logistics, participation in team activities, use of electronic communications and technology, preparation of reports and program documentation, support of budget activities and data collection/input activities. • Provide routine program logistics/maintain requirements or activities to ensure quality of programs • Monitor program development timelines and communicate status to supervisor • Assist in the development, editing, and production of materials, letters, forms, etc. • Update course materials, schedules, requirements and provide information to students/participants; resolve problems • Assist in preparing reports and program documentation • Prepare program confirmation and correspondence • Enter data into systems • Provide excellent customer service via in person, telephone and emails • Efficiently use all forms of Updated 11/17/14 electronic communications (basic software applications) Desired skills and qualifications: Data Entry Skills, Reporting Skills, Administrative Writing Skills, Understanding the Customer, Customer Focus, Informing Others, Self-Development, Attention to Detail, Professionalism, Microsoft Office Skills, Teamwork What skills will the student develop? Students will gain knowledge in sales, marketing and Lean processes. They will also have the opportunity to take professional development courses at no charge once approved by supervisor. Job application instructions: Qualified applicants will submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] Applicants will be reviewed through an interview process. Various Tanya Daniluk Tutor Akron Elementar [email protected] Reading, writing, math OFF CAMPUS y Schools edu position: Federal Work Study Various Akron Elementary Schools (candidates will choose $10 Posted 9/24/14 flexible Federal Work Study position. Must have FAFSA on file Application instructions: Email resume and ID number (to check for FWS eligibility) to Tanya Daniluk at [email protected] Updated 11/17/14 placement) Federal Work Study OFF CAMPUS position: Community AIDS Network/Akron Pride Initiative Akron, oh Tanya Daniluk [email protected] edu Administrative $10 Assistant General office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed on all Federal Holiday s. Flexibili ty availabl e. Federal Work Study position. Must have FAFSA on file Basic Function: Complete administrative tasks. Deliver outreach, education, and prevention programs according to the mission of the Agency. Complete data entry into Excel and QuickBooks. Assist with CANAPI fundraising activities and events. QUALIFICATIONS: Action Oriented: enjoys working hard and looks for challenges; able to act and react as necessary, even when limited information is available; not afraid to take charge of a situation Personal qualities: enthusiasm, integrity, credibility, accountability, and commitment to the mission of CANAPI Empathetic with thorough understanding of HIV/AIDS clientele and the psychological, physical and socioeconomic implications on the lives of those afflicted and affected by the virus Flexible and able to multitask; can work in an ambiguous, fast-moving environment, while also driving toward clarity and solutions; demonstrates resourcefulness. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer sensitivity Updated 11/17/14 Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, with people from a variety of different, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious, sexual, gender and generational backgrounds Proficiency in general office equipment, personal computers and Microsoft Office software Proficiency in using Social Media outlets Self-motivated and able to work independently as well as cooperatively with other staff RESPONSIBILITIES: • Maintain materials and supplies for risk reduction and pride initiative programs • Open and sort incoming mail. • Maintain and order office/building supplies • Enter data into tracking spreadsheets, compile reports • Enter financial data into QuickBooks. • Assist with the completion of reports as required by the Akron Health Department and Ohio Department of Health and other regulatory organizations as assigned • Maintain confidential client folders as well as other records, reports or files as Updated 11/17/14 required • Perform outreach and education programming in the community as needed • Assist with management of Social Media outreach • Perform administrative responsibilities as needed by the Executive Director • Maintain client confidentiality • Assists with fundraising activities as requested • Light office cleaning • Other duties as assigned This General Position Description lists many of the duties, responsibilities and qualifications for this position, however, no position description can be static or all-inclusive. Every position at CANAPI needs to be flexible and able to perform and assume other duties as needed for the success of our operations. As such, this Position Description is subject to change by management at any time. Application instructions: Email resume and ID number (to check for FWS eligibility) to Tanya Daniluk at [email protected] Updated 11/17/14 Dining Services Student Union Building Sharon Zaroka, Student [email protected] Assistant $7.95 No more than 29. Needing 10 am – 4 pm availabilit y and weekend s Job description: Team Member for Ohio Burger Company in the Student Union. Desired skills and qualifications: Positive Attitude, hard working, willing to learn, flexible schedule, willing to be promoted into Student Management positions for closing, cash handling, deposits, supervision of closing responsibilities. Job application instructions: Please email Sharon for consideration with a copy of your Fall class schedule, or come in and fill out an application. Posted 8/11/14 Auxiliary 120 East Beck Pete Enterprises/Re Mill Street tail Akron. Oh 330-972-8828 44308 [email protected] du Custom Apparel student assistant $8.00 begin at 10 hours and may work up to 20 when necessar y Job Description: Running storefront and assisting customers, Designing t-shirts, taking part in marketing and promotional events, manning tables at special events, printing and embroidering clothing. Desired skills/Qualifications: Significant graphic design experience, graphic design majors preferred, strong communication skills. Job application Instructions: Please send your resume to Becky Pete at [email protected], and contact her with any questions at 330972-8828. Posted 8/8/14 Updated 11/17/14 University 185 East Janet Watts Student Communicatio Mill Street, [email protected] Graphic Designer ns and Room 101 u Marketing $8 10-20 Job description– update existing print and electronic art and develop new concepts. Work with graphic designer, creative team. Qualifications – Student must demonstrate proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop software, MAC equipment, have a portfolio and be self-motivated and enthusiastic Job Application Instructions: Please apply via e-mail with a resume to Janet Watts, e-mail [email protected] Additional Information: Looking for student to begin fall semester and continue through next academic year. Posted 8/6/14 Dining Services – University Catering Wait staff $7.95 1. Flexible2. Up to 28 hours per week 3. between M-F 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Desired skills and qualifications A little experience is preferred Job application instructions Fill out an application in the dining administration office located in Robertson Hall and mention this ad. Posted 7/18/2014 Updated 11/17/14 Dining Services, Catering Student Union Chef Matt Regula Student Assistant, 330-972-8266 Dishwasher, kitchen help [email protected] du Based on Up to 29 FALL 2014 experience Job description: Kitchen Prep, cooking, dishwashers Preferred kitchen experience for kitchen help positions Job application instructions: Please email Chef Matt At [email protected] with inquiries and include resume. Mention any relative experience in email Dining Services 135 S Broadway Student Assistant Posted 7/11/14 $7.95/ average Job description: baking of hour or of 25 items for dining outlets including more hours cakes, breads and pastries, based on cleaning and stocking area, experience delivery of items to campus outlets Desired skills and qualifications: must be dependable, previous baking experience preferred, cake decorating experience a plus Skills you will develop: Team building, sanitary food-handling, time management Dining Services Stadium suit and Loge attendants and bartenders $10 (must commit to ALL games) Job application instructions: Apply in dining services administration offices. Rob’s, 248 E Buchtel Ave Posted 7.1.2014 The candidates for bartending should be at least 21 years old and have some experience. The candidates, for both positions, also should be available for all 6 games (see games schedule) Application instructions: The students can apply at the Dining Services admin. Office in the Robertson dining hall building. Posted 6/25/2014 Updated 11/17/14 WAYNE COLLEGE: Wayne College Christine Dreher Computer Lab Assistant 330-684-8768 [email protected] $7.95/hr Developmental 1901 Smucker Programs 10-12/ week This position is in Orrville, OH; Wayne College Job Duties: Serve as a computer lab assistant for the Road department (greet students, help students with technology related Orrville questions, troubleshoot OH computer software problems, 44667 assist with projects, and misc. duties) Qualifications Excellent customer service, strong communication, organization and computer skills (especially in Microsoft Office software). There is an assessment given to determine if required skills are met. This position is in Orrville, OH; Wayne College Parking and Transportation Services North Campus Parking Deck Main Office, Special Event $7.95 (330) 972-7213, Worker [email protected] du Please e-mail resume to Christine Dreher [email protected] Various Job description: Charging for Days / parking spaces during special Nights / events on main UA campus. Weekend Entails working outside in s; 6+ seasonal weather conditions; hours / cold, heat, snow, rain. week, sign up Desired skills and around qualifications: Excellent your customer service, good verbal class skills, positive attitude. Basic schedule math / money handling skills as , 7am to well as an attention to detail. 1pm morning What skills will the student develop? Verbal shift employe communication, public relations, es problem solving / critical desired. thinking. Job application instructions: Updated 11/17/14 Parking and North Transportation Campus Services Parking Deck Main Office, Campus Lot (330) 972-7213, Monitor [email protected] edu $7.95 Monday – Friday 4 hour shifts available between 8am and 5pm Complete an application at P&TS office N.C.P.D. next to Simmons Hall Job description: Use handheld computer equipment to issue parking citations on the main UA campus. Entails walking the campus checking for permit compliance and offering visitor assistance. Desired skills and qualifications: Excellent customer service, good verbal skills, positive attitude. Basic computer / tech skills as well as an attention to detail. What skills will the student develop? Verbal communication, public relations, problem solving / critical thinking. Job application instructions: Complete an application at P&TS office N.C.P.D. next to Simmons Hall Check our web-site often for updates. 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