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Employer: UNI Center for Social and Behavioral Research Expires: 08/21/2020 Job Description: Interviewers play a vital role at the Center for Social and Behavioral Research (CSBR). They conduct scientific studies using a Windows-based computer-assisted telephone interviewing (WinCATI) program. Using WinCATI, interviewers call and interview participants and accurately record their answers. Interviewers are professional, courteous, have excellent communication skills, and pay attention to fine detail. Current topics: health risk behaviors, STEM education Interviewers conduct interviews over the telephone, set up appointments as necessary, and code each call accordingly. Strong persuasion skills are important to try to convince reluctant participants to participate in the research project. There are no telemarketing or political calls and we do not ask for money. Maintaining confidentiality of the responses of all participants is critical. Qualifications:·      Speak English fluently·      Enunciate clearly on the phone·      Detail-oriented·      Strong oral and written communication skills, including spelling and grammar·      Ability to be persuasive·      Have weekend & evening availability·      Have flexible schedules·      Have ability to adapt to changing work schedules and project demands We can offer:*Starting pay of $11.00/hour*The possibility of a $0.25 raise every semester including summers*Flexible scheduling around classes*An on campus location*Fun work environment*Experience in scientific research Expectations:*Work a minimum of 12 hours per week*Work at least 3 individual weekend shifts each monthConduct vital research on the UNI campus for clients such as:- Centers for Disease Control- National Institute of Health- National Science Foundation- Iowa Department of Public Health- Iowa Department of Natural Resources- Black Hawk County Public Health

Employer: UNI School of Applied Human Sciences Expires: 11/27/2020 Attention Work Study-eligible students! Computer lab monitors needed for computer and design labs for Textiles and Apparel and Interior Design programs. Applicants should be familiar with the specialized software used for these programs and available to work nights and weekends. Hours are variable depending on lab usage.

Employer: UNI Dome Operations Expires: 09/07/2020 Under the supervision of the scheduled Game Management Supervisor, full-time facilities staff member, or Facilities Staff Student Supervisor, assists in the setup, tear-down, and production of UNI Athletics & other UNI-Dome/McLeod Events, as needed. The hours worked are based on the students availability. A monthly work schedule will be sent out and it is the students responsibility to sign up for hours they are available to work. These hours will not be guaranteed as the Student Crew scheduler will assign shifts to students who are available. Lastly, this position will not have regular hours on a weekly basis and they are based on the number of events we host from month to month.

Employer: UNI Office of Business Operations Expires: 07/24/2020 PRIMARY FUNCTION: Under general supervision, performs cashiering duties using Oracle Financials and legacy accounts receivable and cashiering systems; accepts deposits from students and staff; provides information to students regarding University bills and accounts receivable policies; provides information to staff regarding accounts receivable and deposit policies and procedures; disburses student loans by applying loan proceeds to University bills and writing on‑line refund checks when applicable; balances cash drawer.REPORTS TO: Lukas Nelson – Receivable Systems ManagerESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Answers questions pertaining to student billing and provides information regarding policies and procedures requiring knowledge of both assigned and related work areas; and refers students to various departments/offices as necessary. Receives U-Bill payments from students, parents, and sponsors by mail or at the cashier's window. Examines and verifies departmental deposits determining conformity with established guidelines, following up on discrepancies. Downloads Reports of Money Received that were originated as e-mail attachments, correcting Oracle account number string or amount of money deposited as necessary, enters the deposit on the appropriate computer screens, and deposits funds accepted into the appropriate cash drawer. E-mails an acknowledgement of the deposit to the appropriate department, or prints a receipt when requested by the customer. Records MasterCard, Visa, and Discover credit card sales made by University departments. Provides information to departments regarding deposit policies and procedures. Balances own cash drawer to totals accumulated in Oracle Financials and the PeopleSoft student accounts receivable system (i.e., makes routine arithmetic computations). Endorses and microfilms checks necessary for the daily bank deposit. Greets and assists the public, students, faculty and staff providing information relative to the area of assignment according to established guidelines. Delivers authorized paid outs in the form of cash or check for departmental reimbursement funds, salary advances, travel advances, student loans, and emergency vendor payments. Also makes paid outs for authorized refunds such as rent, dorm deposits, student fees, transcripts, parking fines/permits, and emergency vendor payments.  Assists in preparing cash boxes/change funds for athletic events, conferences, student organizations, etc. as directed; verifies cash count report and ticket report when the cash boxes/change funds are returned; and deposits sale proceeds and advances in cash drawer and completes appropriate on‑line entries. Cashes checks written by students, staff, and faculty. Dispenses loan checks upon presentation of a photo I.D. card and verification of identity; and applies the proceeds to the student's University bill; if the borrower has a credit balance, prints an on‑line refund check and presents it to him or her.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:Ability to communicate effectively with staff, students, and the public. Skills in handling customer complaints.Skill in operating a personal computer and software (Excel, Internet Explorer, Internet Messenger, Oracle Financials, and legacy systems).Ability to count currency and make change accurately. Ability to follow oral and written instructions and apply institutional and other policies accurately.Ability to maintain accurate records.PREFERENCES:Experience as a cashier or in a comparable position.Experience with Excel spreadsheets and google mail.This position may work up to 20 hours per week. Summer employment may be available based on the needs of the department.

Employer: UNI Concessions Expires: 05/24/2021 Work in Concessions department pre, during, and post events. Duties include working in concession stand, stocking, cleaning, and other miscellaneous duties. Previous retail experience operating a cash register, counting money, customer service, and office experience preferred.Hours are based on events scheduled in Dome, McLeod and West Gym and will vary. Must be available nights and weekends.

Employer: UNI Concessions Expires: 05/24/2021 Work in Concessions department pre, during, and post events. Duties include cash counting, inventory, data entry other miscellaneous duties. Previous retail experience operating a cash register, counting money, customer service, and office experience preferred. Hours are based on events scheduled in Dome, McLeod and West Gym and will vary. Must be available nights and weekends. 

Employer: UNI Concessions Expires: 05/24/2021 Work in Concessions department pre, during, and post events. Duties include cash counting, inventory, data entry other miscellaneous duties. Previous retail experience operating a cash register, counting money, customer service, and office experience preferred. Hours are based on events scheduled in Dome, McLeod and West Gym and will vary. Must be available nights and weekends. 

Employer: UNI Rod Library Expires: 08/03/2020 Building monitor helps monitor building.

Employer: UNI Metal Casting Center/Additive Manufacturing Center Expires: 10/01/2020 Research in advanced sensors on Raspberry Pi's including setting up tests and coding using Python.Work with Marketing Assistant in web development using Drupal and GitHub.Handle other IT jobs as need arises.

Employer: UNI Instructional Resources & Tech Services Expires: 09/30/2020 -Check books in and out for patrons-Shelf reading books-Shelf returned books-Clean tables-Clean equipment-Help patrons find materials in library-Other duties as assigned-Must have Work Study

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