Employer: UNI College of Education Advising and Teacher Education Success Expires: 07/31/2024 Peer Advisors provide campus-wide outreach, promote advising services, and build relationships with undergraduate Teacher Education students served by the College of Education Advising and Teacher Success (CATS) Office. Peer Advisors prepare students to make informed decisions about their academic, career, and college experience. They assist students in exploring teaching majors and minors, navigating the registration system and tools, understanding general education and major requirements, and connecting students to campus resources.We are searching for students who represent a variety of teaching majors, backgrounds and experiences.Applicants must be a fully declared teaching major AND work study eligible. 

 

Employer: UNI College of Graduate, Research & Online Education Expires: 08/02/2024 College of Graduate, Research and Online Education                       Position Title: Marketing/Communications Graduate Assistant Reports to: Beth Bruns, Marketing & Communications Manager (beth.bruns@uni.edu) Terms of Employment:For the Fall semester 10 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 10 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). 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:Provide support with GROE social media scheduling and asset development: duties include developing a social schedule, developing/maintaining posts/content, and running analytics. Research a LinkedIn presence as a strategy for GROE.Assist with marketing/communication recruitment tactics for residential graduate programs; develop Google Ad keyword and retargeting content for all graduate (residential and online) programs as well as general GROE Google ads.Develop content for GROE newsletters; work with other GROE staff on scheduling and generating content for Graduate Coordinator newsletter and/or other marketing/communication needs.Assist with all GROE outreach events and conferences; oversee the inventory of the Graduate Viewbook and individual program inserts; maintain GROE alumni/current student testimonial documentation and provide assistance with outreach to alumni/current students when needed.Create and oversee email and newsletter copy for all IACC communications each term; work with IACC Director on the development of a new IACC MarComm toolkit that provides support for all community college locationsProvide support and assist with all GROE marketing initiatives as needed.Other projects as assigned which may include Live Purple Give Gold promotion, UNI 150-year promotion, and Homecoming Event support General Qualifications:Must be a full-time (enrolled in at least 9 eligible credits), 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. Prefer… Qualifications:Knowledge of marketing and communication principles, including digital advertising and social media marketingExperience using Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) Application Process and Deadline:To apply, submit the Assistantship application form. Attach: resume, cover letter, and 2-3 design samples. The contact receiving your submission is Beth Bruns (beth.bruns@uni.edu). Applications received by August 2, 2024 will be given full consideration (optional). 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 Recreation Services - Student Affairs Expires: 04/01/2025 ROLE:  Enforce all Intramural Sports policies, and sport specific rules by officiating each contest in good faith.Facilitate captain’s meetings prior to each contest to explain an overview of the rules to our participants.Utilize effective customer service skills to provide explanations of rulings when necessary.Provide a sportsmanship rating for each team at the conclusion of each contest.Maintain control of the contest, while also facilitating an atmosphere that is safe, fair, and enjoyable for allAssist in set up and tear down of playing surfaces on a nightly basis.Be friendly and build relationships with co-workers and participantsHAVE FUN!SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:  Intramural Sports Officials play a vital role in the day-to-day operations of the Intramural Sports Program. They are the  front-line staff for all intramural activities and will officiate/umpire all activities that require officials. As an official, your main duty is to enforce all Competitive Sports policies, and sport specific rules. Officials will utilize effective customer service to remain in control of all activities, while also ensuring patrons have good sportsmanship. The overall goal is to  facilitate and create an atmosphere that is fun, fair, and safe, for all!Opportunities for improved pay/promotion within the Intramural program:All students who work for UNI Intramural sports for a semester are eligible to receive a $.25 raise for the following academic year. Intramural Supervisors - starting pay rate: $12.00Intramural Program Assistants - starting pay rate - $13.00  For more information regarding intramural Supervisor or Program assistant positions, you can reach out to the Competitive Sports Coordinator. TYPICAL WORK SCHEDULE AND HOURS: Hours will vary based on the number of activities that are currently being offered, and participation counts. Shift schedules will be assigned weekly based on your availability. Each staff member is expected to work at least (minimum) two shifts or 8 hours per week. Games are played Sundays – Thursdays, and may begin as early as 4:30 PM, and end as late as 11:00 PM based on  the number of games being played. Shifts will begin/end 15 minutes before/after game times. Each official must attend all required trainings before they will be assigned shifts. This includes Rec Services  department trainings, and Intramural sport-specific trainings to learn the rules of each game. Student employees can work a maximum of 20 hours per week at on-campus jobs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: University of Northern Iowa student  Maintain an appropriate level of fitness to allow for participation in all activities. Must possess strong customer service, conflict management, and problem-solving skills. Ability to collaborate, and work well in teams to accomplish a common goal. Communicate effectively and professionally with staff, patrons, or guests at all times. Obtain and remain current with all required certifications (provided at no cost if hired) NO PREVIOUS SPORTS OR OFFICIATING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! APPEARANCE AND DRESS: Intramural Sports Officials will be clean and neatly attired while on duty. A departmental  staff shirt/officials’ stripes, black athletic pants/shorts and close-toed athletic shoes will be always worn. Work can take  place indoors or outdoors. Dress appropriately for conditions if outdoors, while still adhering to the dress code policy. SUPERVISOR: The Intramural Sports Official’s immediate report is the Intramural Sports Supervisor or Program Assistant on duty during their shift, and the Competitive Sports Coordinator at all times. QUESTIONS? Contact the Competitive Sports Coordinator, Wes Privett at wesley.privett@uni.edu  SUMMARY OF THE INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM: Intramural Sports are designed for UNI students to have a  fun, safe, and recreational environment to play the sports they love, or try something new! We offer a combination of  indoor and outdoor sports and activities throughout each semester. In general, our activities either occur as leagues, or  single day events. Our leagues provide you and your team with three weeks of games, followed by a single elimination  tournament. Our events pack all the fun of an activity into one night! For more information, please visit our website at  https://recreation.uni.edu/programs/intramural-sports OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS: Standard Trainings: Become certified in American Red Cross CPR/AED / FA for the Professional Rescuer, Mental  Health AID Training, Bloodborne Pathogen Training, and other trainings as assigned (will be provided upon hire at  no cost). Department Trainings: Attend all new hire orientation trainings, department (semesterly) and area trainings  (monthly), and other trainings (in person and online) as needed.  Certifications: Maintain all valid certifications that are required of your position and abide by FERPA / HIPPA.  Communication Expectations: Adhere to communication deadlines and expectations set forth by your area  supervisor or other professional staff members, including answering emails, text messages, and phone calls in a  timely manner (24-48 hours).  Work Flexibility: Ability to work a flexible schedule, including non-traditional work hours, and practice good time  management skills. Working Week Limit: Abide by the hourly work week limit of 20 hours maximum per week in all on campus jobs  combined.   Emergency Response: Ability to respond to an emergency, as outlined in the Emergency Action Plan. Clean, Safe, Organized Workstation: Maintain a clean, organized, and safe workstation and environment for  student employees, patrons, and all others.  Policies and Procedures: Abide by all other policies and procedures outlined by Recreation and Wellness  Services, the Division of Student Affairs, and Kent State University.  Commitment and Congruency: Commitment to Recreation Services’ mission, team culture, and  values and aligning oneself with them. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for  employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or  any other characteristic protected by law. NACE COMPETENCIES FOR A CAREER – READY WORKFORCE: The National Association of Colleges and Employers developed a definition for career readiness and identified eight key components to prepare college students for a  successful transition into the workplace. These are some more examples of how this position will allow you to grow in  each of these competencies. Some examples are “Professionalism” and “Critical Thinking”. This position’s job  responsibilities will allow you to grow in each of these competencies. Please see below. 

 

Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 04/03/2025 Gallery Guards are responsible for the following: maintaining the security of the exhibition spaces; answering visitor questions in person and on the phone; notating the attendance of individuals and groups; working in harmony with the rest of the Gallery staff; and occasionally assisting with other duties such as guarding at special events and routine cleaning of the space. Must have approved WORK STUDY funding.The applicant must have enrolled in classes at UNI and have approved WORK Study funding.About the UNI Gallery of ArtThe UNI Gallery of Art is the exhibition and performance art venue of the UNI Department of Art. A yearly roster of diverse programing supports departmental curriculum as well as the University’s goal to create and maintain an inclusive educational environment that prepares students to thrive in a diverse, global environment. With a season of nine major exhibitions and supplementary public events like lectures, tutorials, and performances, the Gallery features some of the most outstanding Modern and contemporary artwork, innovative artists and designers, and exciting researchers and educators. 

 

Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 01/18/2025 Gallery of Art Director’s Assistant: The Gallery of Art Director’s Assistant position is designed for persons with an interest in visual, performing and cultural Arts. Priority will be given to students actively in the UNI Museum Studies certificate program and will be responsible for the following, but not limited to, tasks: perform a wide range of duties related to exhibitions and events; assist with unpacking artwork and preparing pieces for display; lighting the gallery; pack and ship pieces previously on display; assist in the installation and deinstallation of artworks with Gallery Director; patch and paint walls, pedestals, and display cabinets; design and install vinyl; type, edit, print, mount, and cut title cards; assist in organizing catering for events; organize tools and storage areas, give tours and speak to visitors about an artist or specific pieces on display, or answer questions about pieces or upcoming exhibitions or events. The Director’s Assistant may also cover hours as a Gallery Guard as needed.Gallery Guards are responsible for the following: maintaining the security of the exhibition spaces; answering visitor questions in person and on the phone; notating the attendance of individuals and groups; working in harmony with the rest of the Gallery staff; and occasionally assisting with other duties such as guarding at special events and routine cleaning of the space.Must have approved WORK STUDY funding.The applicant must have enrolled in classes at UNI and have approved WORK STUDY funding.About the UNI Gallery of ArtThe UNI Gallery of Art is the exhibition and performance art venue of the UNI Department of Art. A yearly roster of diverse programing supports departmental curriculum as well as the University’s goal to create and maintain an inclusive educational environment that prepares students to thrive in a diverse, global environment. With a season of nine major exhibitions and supplementary public events like lectures, tutorials, and performances, the Gallery features some of the most outstanding Modern and contemporary artwork, innovative artists and designers, and exciting researchers and educators.

 

Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 04/01/2025 Gallery of Art Social Media Specialist: is responsible for the following: maintaining an active social media presence for the UNI Gallery of Art and Permanent Collection. This position will work with the Gallery Director on developing and executing social media strategies, creating (writing, video, and photo) and sharing engaging content, optimizing UNI Gallery of Art pages, moderating user-generated content, analyzing social data, and working in harmony with the rest of the Gallery staff. Gallery Social Media Specialist may also work as a Gallery Guard to cover weekly hours while creating content.The ideal applicant for this position has suitable skills, including:• Social media: The ability to use social media to maintain and build the UNI Gallery of Art following.  The Gallery of Art Social Media Specialist is expected to regularly post text, video and images that engage the Gallery of Art’s target market, follow online conversations on the Gallery of Art’s social media accounts and work with the Gallery of Art Director to solve social media audience concerns using social media platforms.• Communication: Great verbal and written communication skills are essential. Must identify social media events, strong hashtags, and sensitive topics, and share appropriate content that aligns with the UNI Gallery of Art’s social media strategy.• Creativity: Crafting engaging content in a timely fashion on a regular schedule is important in this roll.• Technology: Computer/phone/camera/design skills using social media platforms is a requirement for this position.• Research: Skills in learning social media trends, identifying new social media tools and finding ideas for exciting content are necessary for this position.• After Hours Events: The UNI Gallery of Art hosts a handful of events after regular business hours. The Gallery of Art Social Media Specialist is expected to attend events or have a plan in place to have after hours event coverage for social media content.Gallery Guards are responsible for the following: maintaining the security of the exhibition spaces; answering visitor questions in person and on the phone; notating the attendance of individuals and groups; working in harmony with the rest of the Gallery staff; and occasionally assisting with other duties such as guarding at special events and routine cleaning of the space.Must have approved WORK STUDY funding.The applicant must have enrolled in classes at UNI and have approved WORK STUDY funding.About the UNI Gallery of ArtThe UNI Gallery of Art is the exhibition and performance art venue of the UNI Department of Art. A yearly roster of diverse programing supports departmental curriculum as well as the University’s goal to create and maintain an inclusive educational environment that prepares students to thrive in a diverse, global environment. With a season of nine major exhibitions and supplementary public events like lectures, tutorials, and performances, the Gallery features some of the most outstanding Modern and contemporary artwork, innovative artists and designers, and exciting researchers and educators. 

 

Employer: UNI Wilson College of Business Expires: 10/01/2024 UNI students needed to assist in the Wilson College of Business Dean’s or a departmental Office for the Fall semester 2024 semester. Duties include handling incoming calls, greeting and assisting visitors, performing general office duties and errands, assisting with tasks from the secretary and faculty, inputting information in Excel and Word, and other duties as needed. We would prefer Federal Work Study to qualify but will look at all resumes.  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 Athletics Expires: 08/30/2024 Assist Panther Scholarship Staff with events and office work. Some duties include: Club Rooms - set-up/tear-down, serving food/beverages, etc. Office duties include mailings, benefit fulfillment, data entry, special event planning, etc.Qualifications: Customer service skills, organization skills and have attention to detail, be able to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for long periods of time. Work study preferred

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 01/15/2025 Uni Catering is looking for a Student Manager who would assist in overseeing staff at events as well as attend regular weekely staff meetings. This position would include but not limited to the following:Assists in overseeing Coordinators and DSA’sAssists in hiring catering coordinatorsAssists in training DSA’sSupervising assigned eventsMaintains cleanliness/organization at assigned unitAssists with CC evaluationsWe are looking for someone who is great with communication as well as a high attention to detail and a willingness to work with anyone.

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 01/10/2025 Come join our UNI Catering team!If you are looking for on-campus employment we provide a great place to learn skills for your future, while also making connections while at UNI.We offer a variety of positions whether working hands on in the kitchen or working as a banquet server at campus events.Schedules are flexible to work around classes. We have shifts that fit all times of the day. We look forward to meeting you!Please email Timothy.wilson@uni.edu with a Resume and your class schedule when you apply!We look forward to meeting with you!

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 01/10/2025 Come join our UNI Catering team!We offer flexible hours, making a schedule that works best for you. Learn what it is like to work in a fast paced industry that provides employees with an opportunity to learn new skills and work in a team oriented environment.No previous truck driving experience is necessary.Requirements:Valid driver's license and good driving record

 

Employer: UNI Development & Foundation Expires: 08/02/2024 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 Art Department Expires: 05/09/2025 Model (nude) for art classes.Hours vary depending on art classes using models. If interested in position, stop in the Art Office, 104 Kamerick Art Bldg, and fill out a schedule of availability and get employment paperwork requirements.

 

Employer: UNI Student Involvement & Event Services (Maucker Union) Expires: 09/27/2024 The Event Setup Crew is responsible for all room setups and tear downs as assigned by supervisor. Job responsibilities include, but not limited to: setting tables, chairs and staging for events, light floor cleaning of event spaces. Employee must have a mature attitude regarding the job, as well as able to work in a situation that requires flexibility. Event Setup Crew (Tuesday/Thursday Crew) works every Tuesday/Thursday at 3:00pm, evenings as needed and every other weekend (Friday-Sunday) as needed.PAY RATE: $12.50/hourHOURS: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 3:00 pm to completion of tasks (typically 5:00 pm)Night hours vary due to events.Friday-Sunday (every other weekend): 3:00 pm Friday to completion of tasks (typically 5:00 pm) Weekend hours vary due to events.Complete an application at: https://union.uni.edu/about-us/student-employment

 

Employer: UNI Student Involvement & Event Services (Maucker Union) Expires: 09/27/2024 The Setup Crew is responsible for all room setups and teardowns as assigned by the Event Coordinator. The employee will be required to coordinate work assignments with the Building Manager on duty and to have a mature attitude regarding the job, as well as being able to work in a situation that requires flexibility. Setup Crew (Monday/Wednesday Crew) works every Monday/Wednesday at 3:00pm, evenings as needed and every other weekend (Friday-Sunday) as needed.HOURS: Monday/Wednesday Crew 3:00 pm – completion of tasks. Night hours vary due to events.Friday-Sunday 3:00 pm Friday – completion of tasks. Weekend hours vary due to events.  Setup Crews are schedule for every other week.To apply for this job, please complete an application at:  https://union.uni.edu/about-us/student-employment

 

Employer: UNI Center for Social and Behavioral Research Expires: 08/29/2024 Job Description: Research Assistant Telephone Interviewers play a vital role at the Center for Social and Behavioral Research (CSBR). They conduct scientific studies by making calls, asking survey questions to participants, and accurately recording the answers. Interviewers are professional, courteous, have excellent communication skills, and pay attention to fine detail. There are no telemarketing or political calls and we do not ask for money.Current topics: health risk behaviors, state health insuranceTraining dates are August 23-25 or September 6-8Qualifications:·      HAVE WEEKEND AND EVENING AVAILABILITY·      Ability to be persuasive·      Speak English fluently·      Enunciate clearly on the phone·      Detail-oriented·      Strong oral and written communication skills, including spelling and grammar·      Have ability to adapt to changing work schedules and project demandsWe can offer:*Starting pay of $16.00/hour*The possibility of a $0.25 raise every semester including summers*An on campus location*Work-study eligible*Experience in scientific researchExpectations:*Must work a minimum of 12 hours per week

 

Employer: UNI Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Expires: 09/10/2024 The Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center is looking for dependable, friendly students with safe driving records to greet show attendees and park vehicles. Hours are nights and weekends and vary week to week . Valet parkers also assist with setting up and tearing down tables, chairs and other equipment for events at the GBPAC.Most shifts are around 4 hours, number of hours vary from week to week depending on event schedule.Previous customer service experience is a plus, but not required. Dress Code is Polo Shirt (provided), pants, and comfortable close toed shoes.Flexible schedule. A valid USA driver's license is required, must pass University Driving record screening. 

 

Employer: UNI Rod Library Expires: 08/27/2024 Rod Library is seeking to fill a public relations assistant position in our Public Relations office.The public relations assistant assists the Marketing and Public Relations Specialist with PR and marketing projects for the library. This position offers hands-on experience to enrich a passion and interest in graphic design and social media. The assistant will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of library public relations that can be transferred to other areas of public relations and marketing. Projects assigned will include creating physical, digital, and video products for sharing electronically and physically in campus buildings and the community. Number of Openings: 1Hourly Wage Rate: $13.00Hours Per Week: 10-15Job Duration: Academic year only (Fall & Spring Semesters)Schedule: Desired hours of availability between Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., with an occasional night and weekend for events. Preferred start date: 09/02/24Required qualifications:Education and/or experience in fields of graphic design, public relations, marketing and/or communication, or related field of study.Experience with social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.Adobe design software experience.Project management software experience.Preferred qualifications:Strong organizational skills.Strong communication skills.Ability to work well with others.Ability to work in a fast paced environment.Adaptable with the ability to work independentlyExperience with using a digital camera.Ability to independently problem solve.Attention to detail.Rod Library actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Rod Library 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.Apply Now!

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 11/17/2024 Looking for something behind the scenes! Do you like fast-paced work? Come join the Rialto Dining Center as a dish room worker.We have shifts available throughout the day 7:15am-9pm. Schedules are flexible to work around classes. This position pays $13/hr.

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 11/17/2024 Are you looking for a job that is weekly, requires little conversation, early morning hours? This is the position for you. Rialto is looking for dock/receiving student to help unload and put away products. The hours are Monday-Friday 4:45 am-8:30am, NO WEEKENDS (if you work at least 4 shifts during the week).$13 per hour