Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 07/31/2024 NOW HIRING FOR FALL: Cornerstone/First-Year Peer Mentors, Tutors, and PLUS TAs The Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for First-Year Peer Mentors, Tutors (Math/Stats, Science, Business Core, Writing, etc), and PLUS TAs. ALL MAJORS ARE WELCOME TO APPLY. For specific position descriptions and applications, visit https://tlc.uni.edu/job-opportunities.  Position Type: Peer Educator (tutor, coach, mentor)Location: The Learning Center @ Rod LibrarySalary: $10.00/hrDesired Start Date: First day of classes in FallHow To Apply: Applications can be found at https://tlc.uni.edu/job-opportunities Contact Name: Audri KuglerEmployer: The Learning Center @ Rod LibraryTitle: Secretary, Undergraduate StudiesEmail: audriana.kugler@uni.eduAddress: The Learning Center @ Rod Library, Main Floor Rod LibraryMain Office: Rod 261 University of Northern IowaCedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0460  

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 06/30/2024 The Office of Undergraduate Studies has several graduate assistant positions. Specific job duties are assigned in one or more of the following areas: teaching, learning, and/or outreach. Efforts are made to assign graduate assistants to the area that best aligns with their skill set, disposition, and graduate plan of study. Undergraduate Studies Graduate Assistants may be assigned to one or more of the following: Teaching and course developmentPeer educator training, supervision, mentoring, and evaluation (TLC tutors, Academic Coaches, PLUS leaders, Peer Mentors, Success Coaches, etc)TLC/UgS promotion and outreachWorkshop facilitationStudent success program developmentResearch, assessment, and data collectionWebsite development and/or maintenanceOutreach to at-risk studentsClass presentationsOther duties as assigned

 

Employer: UNI Development & Foundation Expires: 05/10/2024 Description:Panther Engagement Center Representatives play a pivotal role in fostering connections between donors and students. As a representative, you will be responsible for contacting alumni and friends to verify contact information, update records, and engage in fundraising efforts. In addition, you will engage in meaningful conversations with alumni and supporters, providing them with updates about campus initiatives and inviting them to events.Salary/Benefits:$12.50 per hour8 hours per weekSunday: 12:00-4:00Monday - Thursday: 4:30-8:30Friday: 1:00-5:00Opportunity to earn bonuses, prizes and incentivesFree snacks and drinksFlexible hours: to accommodate any evening classes, student organization obligations or other jobsSkills Preferred:Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writtenStrong interpersonal skills with the ability to engage and build rapport with individualsComfortable with making donation requests and handling objections in a professional mannerEnthusiasm for the mission and goals of UNIAbility to work independently and as part of the teamPrevious experience in customer service, fundraising or call center environmentAvailable to work Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and/or Friday is preferredRequirements:Must be a current UNI studentSuitable for all majors and areas of career interestContact:Allison WalzAnnual Giving CoordinatorUNI Foundation319.273.5536allison.walz@uni.edu UNI actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and protected veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI Facilities Management Expires: 03/20/2024 OFFICE ASSISTANTThis job is approximately 15-20 hours per week during the academic year and up to 40 hours per week during summer and winter breaks. Job Duties:-Work with several database programs-Handle incoming calls and other communications-Customer Service (on phone, in person, or through email)-Maintain accurate records and enter data-Perform general office duties and errandsSkills preferred:-Attention to detail-Resourceful-Ability to work both independently and in a team setting-Self starterRequirements:-Experience as an office assistant or in related field-Ability to work well under limited supervision-Great communication skills-Have a valid driver’s license You may be contacted for an interview following the review of your application. Please complete the application that's available at the following address:https://fm.uni.edu/student-employmentFacilities Management actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and protected veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI Housing & Dining Expires: 05/10/2024 Custodial Assistant: General cleaning of rooms. Use of ladders and electrical equipment.University Apartments Maintenance Assistant/Painters: Assists with the maintenance and minor renovation needs in the residence buildings.We will try to accommodate work around summer school schedules.Students must be enrolled for a minimum of six (6) credit hours during SPRING 2022 and a minimum of six (6) credit hours for FALL 2022IF INTERESTED, PLEASE EMAIL: Amanda.Jacobs@uni.edu

 

Employer: UNI Jacobson Center for Comprehensive Literacy Expires: 03/18/2024 Jacobson Center for Comprehensive LiteracyIntroduction:  The Jacobson Center for Comprehensive Literacy (JCCL) promotes comprehensive literacy of all learners by transforming literacy education through expanding pre-service and in-service teachers’ literacy knowledge and instructional expertise in professional learning communities.Position Title:Graduate Research AssistantReports to: Dr. Lori Norton-Meier, Director 319-273-2053 (lori.norton-meier@uni.edu)Terms of Employment:For the Fall semester 20 hours per week, beginning August 26, 2024 and ending December 20, 2024 (dates might vary upon approval of the academic calendar).For the Spring semester 20 hours per week, beginning January 21, 2025 and ending May 16, 2025 (dates might vary upon approval of the academic calendar).Compensation:Graduate Assistantship stipend is $3,000 for a half-time appointment (10 hours per week) and $6,000 for full-time (20 hours per week) per semester. Stipend is prorated depending on start date.Graduate Assistants and their spouses may qualify for in-state tuition.Graduate Assistants may receive University holidays and do not work during the interims between semesters.For more information regarding Graduate Assistantship procedures review https://grad.uni.edu/faq-grad-assistantship-tuition-scholarship. Primary Responsibilities:Assist, design, and implement social media outreach efforts to share research, news and practice related to the work of the JCCL and literacy teaching and learning.Engage in duties related to the research efforts of the JCCL possibly including: Prepare or design of curriculum materials.Literature review, report, conference presentation, or manuscript writing and editing.Data coding, entry into spreadsheets, and analysis.Transcription of videos or audiotapes of research subjects.School visits related to research.Maintain and communicate progress regularly with supervisor(s).Other duties related to support of faculty research efforts.General Qualifications:Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student in a UNI's residential graduate program. Be regularly admitted without provisions to degree status in an eligible graduate degree program. Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00. First semester graduate students must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75.Have an official transcript on file in the Office of Admissions and be fully declared in their graduate major.Must meet UNI's HRS employment eligibility.See detailed eligibility on https://grad.uni.edu/faq-grad-assistantship-tuition-scholarship.Preferr… Qualifications:Background experience in teaching.Experience in the research process.Application Process and Deadline:To apply, submit the Assistantship application form. Attach: resume, 3 references (name, position, and contact information), and a cover letter. The contact receiving your submission is Dr. Lori Norton-Meier (jccl@uni.edu).Applications received by March 18, 2024, will be given full consideration. UNI actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and protected veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI Financial Aid & Scholarships Expires: 03/31/2024 Job Title: Student Advisor/Customer ServiceWage Rate: $10.00Number of Openings: 1-2 for Summer 2024 and beyondJob Description:·      Provides quality customer service to all those that contact our office·      Drives office customer service initiatives by accurately and efficiently answering phone calls in the financial aid call center from students and parents·      Counsels current and prospective students and families regarding the financial aid process in-person and via phone·      Calls prospective students to follow-up on requests for information and missing documents·      Performs administrative duties including data entry, filing, creating packets, assisting with presentations, and other duties as requested·      Refers students and parents to professional staff for additional assistance if neededQualifications:·      Must be dependable, friendly, detail-oriented, a good team member, good listener and enjoy talking to people·      Enjoy working in an office setting·      Be punctual, reliable, responsible, and professional·      Have excellent customer service skills·      Have strong communication skills·      Preference for someone able to work during the summer and over breaks·      Undergraduate studentAdditional Comments: Starting at 8-10 hours per week with the possibility for additional hours as needed. Students are able to work up to 40 hours a week during the summertime. For any questions please contact vel.mesinovic@uni.edu

 

Employer: UNI Division of Student Life Expires: 08/09/2024 Seeking individual(s) with patience and stellar customer service to welcome students, check-in testers, answer phones, video monitor testing rooms, and complete administrative tasks. General responsibilities include:Greet and assist students and faculty in a timely, friendly, positive, and professional mannerAnswer and direct phone calls to appropriate individuals or officesMonitor and utilize Accommodate software management system to review and schedule appointments, check testers in, and gain general informationVideo monitor testing rooms to ensure test security as assignedComplete projects and tasks of professional staff as assignedMaintain confidentiality at all timesWork in a team environment with professional staff, graduate staff, and student employees with various roles and responsibilities to create a supportive environment to all who enter and interact with the office.Support professional staff in maintaining an organized, clean work environment.Specific information related to expectations for customer service, attitude, communication, and teamwork is provided during training and the onboarding process. Please check that you are work-study eligible prior to applying for this position.We are hiring specifically for availability on Thursdays from 1-3pm and Fridays from 2-430pm

 

Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 03/11/2024 Compensation$10.00/hr paid biweekly via direct depositThis position does not provide housing or meals. SDAs are not required to live on-campus during their period of employmentAppointment Period & CommitmentsSunday, May 12, 2024 to Wednesday, August 7, 2024 (potential option to work through August 25, 2024)Additional paid training dates in April (specifics will be determined after team is hired)SDA shifts typically take place Monday through Friday; SDAs may be required to work weekends during certain on-campus conferencesAvailability to work between 9 am & 6 pm is requiredSDAs should plan to work on average 30 hours most weeks. Schedules will typically be provided 2+ weeks in advance.Job ResponsibilitiesOpening and/or closing of Hall and University Housing offices, greeting office guests and addressing concernsPerforming typing, photocopying, and filingAnswering phones, taking messages, making callsSending, receiving, and responding to emailsProviding informed assistance in response to questions, directions, and problems upon request or observationDirecting residents and guests to the proper campus & community resources Sorting and distributing mail, maintaining correct addresses and forwarding mail information Knowing departmental policies and procedures as directed by University HousingPerforming other duties as assigned by University Housing staffPerform administrative duties, including staffing hall office hoursMinimum QualificationsEnrolled as a UNI student for Spring 2024 and Fall 2024Minimum 2.25 cumulative and semester UNI GPAIn good behavioral, academic, and financial standing with the universityOutstanding skills inVerbal and written communicationCrisis & risk managementAdvanced problem solvingCustomer service and ability to interact positively with residents and conference guestsPreference will be given to applicants with previous experience with University Housing (RA, AA, DA, SHA, SDA)

 

Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 03/09/2024 CompensationBedroom in a two-bedroom apartment in Panther Village for the duration of employmentSHAs are required to live in an assigned room on-campus for the duration of their employmentSHAs have the option to pull in a fellow UNI student of their choosing if they would like someone to live in the second bedroom of this apartment$2500 StipendMeals provided when the dining center is open for conferences and guestsAppointment Period & CommitmentsSunday, May 12, 2024 @ Noon  through Monday, August 5, 2024 @ 6pm Additional training dates in April - paid hourly $10.00/hour (specifics will be determined after team is hired)The number of hours worked per week vary greatly. SHAs should plan to work 20 hours per week in addition to serving on-call overnight.  Advance notice will be provided for weeks where more than 20 hours of work will be needed.SHAs may be required to work weekends and holidays (including Memorial Day & 4th of July)SHAs will be allotted up to 8 days of time-off during employmentSHAs will not be permitted to take days away from June 9-14 and July 13-29 Additional summer employment is limited to 20 hours/week and must not interfere with SHA responsibilities. SHAs will not be permitted to attend other jobs while serving on-callJob ResponsibilitiesOversee the summer conference housing program and associated dutiesPrepare for and facilitate check-ins and check-outs for conference groupsServe overnight as on-call person in facilities on a rotating basisSHAs will be provided a private room when serving on-call in residence halls other than Panther VIllageWork in the conference office, serving as a resource for our conference guests as neededComplete additional administrative tasks as required for individual camp completionProvide housing assistance and resources for additional campus residents, including UNI students enrolled in summer classes and families in attendance for orientation programsPerform administrative duties, including staffing hall office hoursAssist in preparing residence halls for Fall OpeningOther responsibilities as assigned by supervisorMinimum QualificationsEnrolled as a UNI student for Spring 2024 and Fall 2024Minimum 2.25 cumulative and semester UNI GPAIn good behavioral, academic, and financial standing with the universityOutstanding skills inVerbal and written communicationCrisis & risk managementAdvanced problem solvingCustomer service and ability to interact positively with residents and conference guests

 

Employer: UNI Division of Student Life Expires: 08/01/2024 Job Description: UNI students with disabilities utilize accommodations for a variety of reasons and the accommodations vary from student to student. Student Accessibility Services Testing Center provides accommodations related to tests.  This job is specifically related to verbally reading tests aloud to students and/or typing student responses to test questions as indicated by Student Accessibility Services.This role is based on the needs of the students, so this will be a varying schedule with a maximum of 10 hours/week (with a flux of hours during midterms and finals week) between the hours of 8am-430pm Monday through Friday throughout the semester.  General responsibilities include:Clearly, reading tests or quizzes to an individual student, at the student’s pace, and pausing for the student to answer the question before moving on (at their cue) to the next question.  Each student is unique, so it may be best to ask questions about how you can best serve the student as their Reader or Scribe Accurately scribe student responses to test questions, likely by typing short answer or essay responses.  There may be an occasional need to handwrite responses (fill in the blank, label a diagram, etc.) Maintain confidentiality at all times Specific information related to expectations for customer service, attitude, communication, and teamwork is provided during training and the onboarding process. Please note that this position is only available for students in graduate level programs.Compensation:Student employees will be paid an hourly rate of $12 per hour. 

 

Employer: UNI College of Education Dean's Office Expires: 06/28/2024 College of EducationOffice Assistant for Dean’s OfficeResponsibilities:Answer incoming calls, screen, and forward appropriately. This includes providing information and taking messages for office personnel.Some typing, filing, copying and running errands on campusCollect, sort, distribute, or prepare mail or courier deliveriesMaintain inventory of supplies in storage roomAssist with the College of Education scholarship processGreet persons entering the office. Determine nature and purpose of visit and direct or escort the visitors to specific destinations. May include unlocking office doors for faculty and staffAt all times and in all situations, represent UNI and the College of Education Dean's office in a professional and friendly manner. This includes appropriate business casual attire.Support COE social media presence as neededOther duties as assignedRequired Qualifications:Maintain confidentiality in all areasKnowledge of Microsoft Office and Google DocsAbility to take direction from Dean, Associate Deans, Administrative Assistant and SecretaryMaintain good standing in coursework at UNIPreferred Qualification:Ability to maintain scheduled hoursFriendliness to all internal and external customersWillingness to assist where neededBe able to meet deadlines, be flexible, and most importantly, team-orientedRelated work experience in a professional office or customer service helpful

 

Employer: UNI School of Music Expires: 04/01/2024 Assist in the set up and strike of classes, ensembles, rehearsals and performances in the school of Music at the University of Northern Iowa. Job is nights and weekends.Must have flexible schedule. Start times are always definitive but end times are depending on the concert, event or show end. Must be a self starter and reliable.Able to lift 20 lbs. Ability to take instruction and learn on the job.Involves moving music chairs and stands around into different configurations. Also moving of musical instruments.Stagehands assist with the run of the concert and striking the set up after concert is over and setting for classes the next dayPay starts at $11 pr. hr. 

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 07/16/2024 We are seeking a reliable and motivated individuals to join our campus dining team at the Rialto Dining Center as a Dining Assistant. In this role, you will be responsible for a variety of duties including food preparation, serving, and cleaning. We are currently look to fill these specific hours. These are not the exact shifts but the time periods we need staff. Breakfast Shifts - between the hours of 6am-9:30am (varied shifts)Lunch Shifts-between the hours of 9:30am-2pm (varied shifts) Responsibilities:Prepare and serve food items according to established proceduresEnsure food is prepared and served in a timely and safe mannerMaintain a clean and organized work areaFollow all health and safety guidelinesProvide excellent customer service to all guestsQualifications:Previous experience in food service preferred but not requiredAbility to work in a fast-paced environmentStrong communication and interpersonal skillsAbility to work well in a team environmentWillingness to learn and follow established proceduresWe offer competitive pay, flexible scheduling, and opportunities for advancement. If you are a motivated individual with a passion for food service, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.Rotating weekends required

 

Employer: UNI Wilson College of Business Expires: 03/01/2024 Hiring UNI business students as office assistants for the Office for Professional Distinction in the Wilson College of Business. Duties include answering and directing emails and incoming phone and Zoom calls, greeting and assisting students, scheduling appointments, answering general questions, working on special projects as assigned by staff, performing general office duties and errands, inputting information in Excel and Word, and other duties as needed. Strong customer service skills required. This position is eligible for Federal Work Study, but all students are welcome to apply. UNI College of Business actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and protected veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law. 

 

Employer: UNI Development & Foundation Expires: 02/29/2024 The UNI Foundation Financial Services Office is seeking a student employee for an office assistant to begin as soon as possible. A commitment to continue working throughout Summer 2024 is preferred but not required. Employment can continue beyond Summer 2024 as long as the student is enrolled full time (summer class enrollment is not required to be considered a full time student).The main responsibilities for this position include preparing a daily deposit of cash and checks, accounts payable invoice entry, donor pledge entry & other data entry, monthly journal entries, filing of documents & folders, scanning & organization of various documents, boxing up documents for storage and moving those boxes.

 

Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 07/02/2024 Monitor Art Computer Lab in Kamerick Art Bldg. No experience required. Knowledge of Macintosh computers is a plus. Available hours: days, evenings, & weekends. Must have WORK STUDY FUNDING...do not apply if you don't. (FYI - work study funds can only be used for one job assignment.)DEPENDABLE. WORK STUDY FUNDING (work study funds can only be used for one job assignment). GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS.Email angela.dreesman@uni.edu, if interested in position.

 

Employer: UNI Upward Bound Expires: 05/10/2024 The Upward Bound TRIO program at the University of Northern Iowa is looking for Summer Program Assistants to join the staff for the 2024 Summer Program.The Upward Bound 2024 Summer Program is a 6-week college prep residential program for eligible high school students (scholars) from the Waterloo Community School District. Participating scholars live in a dorm setting and take courses on the University of Northern Iowa campus (Monday-Friday). Scholars and staff also take part in extracurricular activities that include college visits, theater workshops, and more. This year's program will run June 10-July 23, 2024.Summer Program Assistants are responsible for supervising approximately sixty high school scholars. This position answers to the Assistant Dorm Coordinator and the lead Dorm Coordinator.Qualifications: Current undergraduate student of sophomore status or older with the ability to work with and mentor high school students. Residence hall supervisory experience a plus, but not required. Experience working with diverse, low-income, and first-generation high school students is preferred. No outside activity or employment is possible during Upward Bound summer employment. Must have a valid driver’s license on file and pass a background check.Duties and Responsibilities: Supervises Upward Bound scholars in their instructional classes, recreational activities, field trips and other events, and provides tutoring as needed. Assistants live in the residence hall and are available at all times when scholars are in the residence hall. Must be able to enforce rules, relate to high school students, and report any problems to the Assistant Dorm Coordinator, Dorm Coordinator, or UB Program Director. Mentors all scholars as needed, providing any assistance necessary to allow scholars to have a successful experience. Conducts scheduled conferences with assigned scholars and submits completed forms to staff, assists other residential staff as needed, attends all required pre- and in-service training sessions and staff meetings. Submits a three-page typed summative report and attends an exit interview at the end of the Upward Bound Summer Program.Salary/Compensation: As agreed, paid every two weeks over the course of the program; room and board provided.

 

Employer: UNI Upward Bound Expires: 05/10/2024 The Upward Bound TRIO program at the University of Northern Iowa is looking for an Assistant Dorm Coordinator to join the staff for the 2024 Summer Program.The Upward Bound 2024 Summer Program is a 6-week college prep residential program for eligible high school students (scholars) from the Waterloo Community School District. Participating scholars live in a dorm setting and take courses on the University of Northern Iowa campus (Monday-Friday). Scholars and staff also take part in extracurricular activities that include college visits, theater workshops, and more. This year's program will run June 10-July 23, 2024.The Assistant Dorm Coordinator is responsible for the direct supervision of residence hall staff (Summer Program Assistants), who are responsible for supervising approximately sixty high school scholars. The Assistant Dorm Coordinator answers to the lead Dorm Coordinator.Qualifications: College graduate, graduate student from any academic discipline or upperclassman with residence hall supervisory experience. Must have the ability to work with and mentor high school students. Experience working with diverse, low-income, and first-generation high school students is preferred. No outside activity or employment is possible during Upward Bound summer employment. Must have a valid driver’s license on file and pass a background check.Duties and Responsibilities:Assists with participant check-in/check-out.Relays questions/calls from parents to permanent staff when needed.Maintains daily record of absent/ill students.Ensures packages and mail are delivered to students.Monitors participants’ behavior while on campus and participating in program activities.Lives in residence hall and is available at all times when participants are in the residence hall.Assists with administrative duties as assigned.Attends all required pre- and in-service training sessions and staff meetings.Signs students in/out and dispenses students’ medications.Performs summer food service check-off.Other duties as assigned.Salary/Compensation: As agreed, paid every two weeks over the course of the program; room and board provided.

 

Employer: UNI Upward Bound Expires: 05/10/2024 The Upward Bound TRIO program at the University of Northern Iowa is looking for a Dorm Coordinator to join the staff for the 2024 Summer Program.The Upward Bound 2024 Summer Program is a 6-week college prep residential program for eligible high school students (scholars) from the Waterloo Community School District. Participating scholars live in a dorm setting and take courses on the University of Northern Iowa campus (Monday-Friday). Scholars and staff also take part in extracurricular activities that include college visits, theater workshops, and more. This year's program will run June 10-July 23, 2024.The Dorm Coordinator is responsible for the direct supervision of residence hall staff (Assistant Dorm Coordinator and Summer Program Assistants), who are responsible for supervising participating scholars.Qualifications: College graduate, graduate student from any academic discipline or upperclassman with residence hall supervisory experience. Must have the ability to work with and mentor high school students. Experience working with diverse, low-income, and first-generation high school students is preferred. No outside activity or employment is possible during Upward Bound summer employment. Must have a valid driver’s license on file and pass a background check.Duties and Responsibilities:Responds to emergency situations.Resolves issues amongst students and staff.Assists with participant check-in/check-out.Relays questions/calls from parents/guardians to permanent staff when needed.Maintains daily record of absent/ill students.Ensures packages and mail are delivered to students.Monitors participants’ behavior while on campus and participating in program activities.Lives in residence hall and is available at all times when participants are in residence hall.Attends and assists with staff training during orientation week, prior to program.Transports and accompanies sick scholars to medical appointments.Facilitates regular residence hall staff meetings.Completes weekly residence hall reports.Serves as key residence hall contact in emergency situations and drills.Assists with administrative duties as assigned.Evaluates Assistant Residence Hall Coordinator and Tutor Mentors and makes recommendations to permanent staff.Signs students in/signs students out and dispenses students’ medications.Performs summer food service check-off.Other duties as assigned.Salary/Compensation: As agreed, paid every two weeks over the course of the program; room and board provided.