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Preview Campus Jobs
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Employer: UNI Facilities Management Expires: 10/04/2022 CUSTODIAL ASSISTANT- Up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and up to 40 hours per week during extended breaks (such as summer and winter break). We are seeking students who will be able to work consecutive semesters in the department. - Starting wage is $12.50 per hourMultiple shifts, Monday – Friday1st shift: 5am to 8am2nd shift: 3:30pm to 6:30pm or 8pm to 10:30pmJob Duties: cleaning public areas in buildings, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, wiping down desks and tables, emptying trash and recycling containers, etc.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 Facilities Management Expires: 10/04/2022 TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANT - Up to 20 hours per week during academic year- Up to 40 hours per week during winter & summer breaks - Starting wage is $11.00 per hour - Hours available to work are Monday-Friday, between 6am and 2pm Job Duties: - Prepping cars- Washing cars- Gassing cars- Moving item/deliveries on campus- May pick up parts from area auto stores- Other shop work as needed Skills preferred:-Attention to detail-Ability to work both independently and in a team setting-Self starter-Dependable Requirements:-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-employment Facilities 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 Social Work Department Expires: 10/31/2022 Research Assistant Expectations and Duties Dubuque Youth and Family Resilience Project (DYFRP)DYFRP is currently recruiting undergraduate and graduate research assistants to assist in research-related tasks for the 2022-2023 academic year and summer 2023. Project Leads: Jaimie O’Gara, Ph.D., LISW, CADC and Olivia Aspiras, Ph.D (Michigan State University)Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgStart Date: October 1st Time commitment: 5 hours per weekStudents must commit to participating in the project for at least one semester with the possibility of remaining on the project for up to two years (Fall 2022- Summer 2024). Students must commit to attending weekly, one-hour research team meetings. Meeting dates TBD.Compensation: $15/hour plus mileage or course credit if receive department approvalDuties (Students will be trained, if necessary, to complete the below duties) Project management: Collaborating with community (in person, virtually) to recruit participantsDirectly recruiting participants (in person, phone/text, email)Administering online surveysCo-facilitating interviews with participants (in person, virtually)Documenting participant communicationData management: Entering, cleaning, and transcribing dataAnalyzing DataCreating reports and presentations for community partnersPosting to social media to promote the studyPreparing journal articles * Possibility of co-authoring published articlesPreparing presentations for conferences* Possibility of travel to national academic conferencesOther tasks needed by the project leadsThis position provides a wonderful opportunity for students to get hands-on experience in conducting research designed to build more resilient youth and families. If you are interested in youth and families, resilience, or research in general, please contact Dr. O’Gara at email@example.com.
CSBR Simulated Client Caller - Research Assistant (RA) at UNI Center for Social and Behavioral Research
Employer: UNI Center for Social and Behavioral Research Expires: 10/12/2022 Materials to Submit: ResumeJob Description: Simulated client callers are Research Assistants who play a vital role in public health evaluation projects conducted by the Center for Social and Behavioral Research (CSBR). They conduct telephone calls to helplines or agencies contracted by the Iowa Department of Public Health. Callers assume the role of a simulated client to assess the quality of service or care provided to them. During and after the telephone call, text messaging interaction, or web chat, simulated clients use an evaluation form to assess elements of the helpline staff’s adherence to protocols and quality of services.Qualifications:· Speak English fluently· Detail-oriented· Strong oral communication skills· Ability to stay in character and improvise to fit your simulated client profile We can offer:*$16.00/hour*An on-campus location*Experience in scientific research*Flexible schedule Expectations:*Work a minimum of 2 hours per week; maximum of 6 hours per week*Work hours will be concentrated primarily between October and early December, and again from March to early May*Work hours are flexible, with shifts to be scheduled between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.; more flexibility in scheduling is available after the caller demonstrates the ability to work independently
Setup Crew (Tuesday/Thursday), Event Services, Maucker Union at UNI Student Involvement & Event Services (Maucker Union)
Employer: UNI Student Involvement & Event Services (Maucker Union) Expires: 10/21/2022 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 (Tuesday/Thursday Crew) works every Tuesday/Thursday at 3:00pm, evenings as needed and every other weekend (Friday-Sunday) as needed. HOURS: Tuesday/Thursday 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. (every other weekend). Complete an application at: https://union.uni.edu/student-employment
Employer: UNI Development & Foundation Expires: 12/31/2022 Description: Panther Engagement Center Representatives call alumni and friends of the University to verify contact information, update them about new initiatives happening on campus, invite them to events and ceremonies and connect them with new campus initiatives and scholarships to further advance the University’s mission to enhance students’ experiences. Salary/Benefits:$12.50 per hour12 hours per week Opportunity to earn bonuses, prizes and incentivesFree snacks and drinks Independent work: fixed amount of work each shift, no more work if less callers are present Flexible hours: to accommodate any evening classes, student organization obligations or other jobs Requirements:Must be a current UNI studentSuitable for all majors and areas of career interest Contact:Derick StoulilAssociate Director, Annual Giving ProgramsUNI Foundation319.firstname.lastname@example.orgUNI 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: 8 Count Media Expires: 04/14/2023 Were looking for outgoing and assertive girls and guys ages 21 to 30 to apply for a Sales Ambassador position's with 8 count Media. You will work 6 hours per week locally at bars to sign new customers up for sports betting. We are launching Clutchbet only in Iowa presently! Also FanDuel, Bet Fred. Caesars and Pointsbet! Work smarter not harder! Send your resume and photos today!Positions filling fast! Full training provided!
Employer: UNI College of Business Expires: 09/30/2022 UNI students needed to assist in department offices and the Dean’s Office in the College of Business Administration for fall 2022. Duties include handling incoming calls, greeting and assisting visitors, performing general office duties and errands, assistance with tasks from secretary and faculty, input information in Excel and Word, and other duties as needed. Must have Federal Work Study to qualify. UNI College of Business Administration 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. Contact Information:Bruce Bowler, Administrative AssistantCollege of Businessbruce.email@example.com
Employer: UNI Athletics Expires: 10/06/2022 The UNI Athletic Equipment room is seeking an individual with sewing experience to take over as our on campus seamstress.Hours can be set by the individual, must have federal workstudy
Correctional Facility Residential Officer at First Judicial District Department of Correctional Services
Employer: First Judicial District Department of Correctional Services Expires: 12/31/2022 A direct service provider in a 24 hour community based corrections facility, which includes high contact interactions with clients which may be during emergent and demanding situations. Elicits and supports pro-social behaviors with the focus on programming to reduce recidivism and preparing clients for successful community reentry. The work requires the use of independent judgement, initiative, teamwork, communication, balanced approach of treatment and supervision, and developing quality relationships with clients.
Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 05/13/2023 Looking for something behind the scenes!?! Do you like fast-paced work while listening to music!?!?! Come join the Piazza Dining Center as a dishroom worker. We have shifts that fit all time-frames of the day. Schedules are flexible to work around classes. Weekend shifts are required and are based on a rotating schedule. This position pays $13/hr.
Employer: UNI Metal Casting Center/Foundry 4.0 Center Expires: 09/30/2022 The Communications and Marketing Assistant reports to the Metal Casting Center (MCC) and Foundry 4.0 Center (F4C) Business Manager. This role will support the development and implementation of communications with the MCC and F4C target audience (students, customers, vendors, staff, industry partners, alumni) through website, social media, print materials, etc. and assist with other office duties as assigned. This position will help the candidate to develop skills in online marketing, communication, project management, public relations, press releases and general office skills.Responsibilities:· Develop and maintain website· Prepare press releases· Update/Create center brochures· Develop social media presence and content· Write safety procedures and plans· Support office staffQualifications:Current UNI student studying marketing, communications, interactive digital studies, public relations or graphic design with demonstrable experience working on websites, brochures and social media platforms. Available to work a minimum of 12 hours per week between the hours of 8am-5pm Monday through Friday during the academic year with potential for summer employment.
Employer: UNI Jacobson Center for Comprehensive Literacy Expires: 10/17/2022 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:Participate in the preparation or design of curriculum materials. Conduct literature reviews.Contribute to reports, conference presentations, or manuscript writing and editing.Data coding, entry into spreadsheets, and analysis.Transcription of videos or audiotapes of research subjects. School visits related to data collection or outreach.Maintain and communicate progress regularly with supervisor(s).Other duties related to support the JCCL mission.Must be enrolled at UNI. Prefer background in teaching or working with children.The position is available:Fall semester: Beginning the week of Nov 28, 2021 for two weeks of training with our current student workerSpring semester: 20 hours per week, beginning January 17, 2023 and ending May 12, 2023Summer opportunity to work up to 30 hours per week.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 Iowa Waste Reduction Center Expires: 12/01/2022 The Iowa Waste Reduction Center is an organization that works with businesses and organizations across the state of Iowa and throughout the nation to reduce their environmental impacts and cut back on what ends up in the landfill. Our environmental interns perform a variety of tasks including research, client outreach, marketing, communication, and much more. We are looking to fill this position beginning the Spring 2022 semester.
Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 05/12/2023 Join our UNI Catering Team!We are actively searching for students with previous supervisory or leadership experience to help us serve our customers at UNI Catering. The position will be a coordinator in training position, while making coordinator wages. In this role, coordinators will supervisor dining assistant students to ensure catering events flow in a timely, organized way. Applicants should be able to work well under pressure, be able to communicated effectively with coworkers, and be a self starter. Coordinators will earn a $.50 raise each Fall, have access to scholarship opportunities, as well as opportunities for advancement to a Student Manager position.
Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 12/17/2022 Clean the dining room in the Rialto Dining Center. work in between meal periodsdoes not involve working with foodWe are looking to fill the following hours. Let us know if these hours work with your schedule.9:30am-11am2pm-4pm7pm-9pm
Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 12/17/2022 Do you want to work in dining on campus? We are hiring for dining centers, catering, retail, and in our bakery/commissary. We need you to help make campus dining experiences special. Here you can make friends and great food and create a fun environment. We pay you on a graduated pay scale. The time you spend with us the more your pay. Work less than 10 hours per week $10.25 per hourWork 10.1 - 15 hours per week $11.00 per hourWork 15.1 or more $12.50 per hourWe look forward to working with you to make campus dining experiences great!
Employer: UNI Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Expires: 10/31/2022 The Gallagher Bluedorn PAC is looking for outgoing, friendly students with safe driving records to greet show attendees and park their vehicles. Hours are mostly nights and weekends based on show schedules. 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.Dress Code is Polo Shirt (provided by GBPAC), black dress pants, and comfortable close toed shoes.
Employer: UNI Office of Safety and Police/Parking Services Expires: 10/28/2022 Parking Service Attendant (PSA)Monitors campus parking lots and facilities for violation of Board approved University parking regulations. This includes:1. Issuing parking citations to violators.2. Contacting dispatch when vehicles on tow lists are found.3. Assisting Parking Manager in monitoring parking meters for repair.4. Assisting for move in/out time periods.5. Interact with public in providing information as needed.6. Other duties as assigned.PSA must be able to work in adverse weather conditions. Extensive walking and standing involved. Effective communication a must.10-20 hours a week, Monday thru Friday, primarily 7 am to 4 pm. Evening hours (after 4pm) are also available as needed. Weekend hours may be offered on rare occasions as the need arises.Download, fill in and attach the PSA Application.When you apply, you must provide the hours you are available to work, Monday thru Friday, while classes are in session. NOTE: IF YOU ARE WORKING ANOTHER JOB ON CAMPUS THROUGH STUDENT EMPLOYMENT, YOU CAN ONLY WORK 20 HOURS A WEEK TOTAL BETWEEN ALL JOBS.
Employer: UNI Athletics Expires: 10/03/2022 ISO of Panthers who like to have fun at work and dabble in writing, design, social media and all things communication. Looking for students who want to share the stories of student-athletes and have innovative ways to spice up UNI Athletics’ social media channels. Snappy writing and a pulse on Panther teams is a must for social media work. Mad skills with photography, video and the Adobe Suite are desired. Candidates should expect to be assigned some tasks. However, to earn Student of the Year honors, the student will dazzle the team with original content ideas that are not assigned. Several UNI Athletics Communication roles exist, so all interested parties should apply and use the cover letter to indicate skill sets and preferences on tasks. Among the work available (but can you call it work if it’s this much fun?) are writing positions, social media opportunities, graphic work and research tasks. This position in sports information gives students looking for a career in the sports industry a great foundation and a way to develop a variety of skills.Sports information employees are the main source of communication for programs and responsible for all public relations, which includes connecting the media with coaches and student-athletes and all releases about UNI teams. There is an opportunity for design work by creating media guides, notes used at competitions by media, digital programs for fans with roster information and other articles as well as graphics for social media. In addition to writing press releases, roster updates, game previews and recaps, students are encouraged to get involved in feature writing. The Athletics Communication staff is the archivist for UNI history and responsible for preserving Panther traditions, which makes the department the go-to spot for reviving forgotten stories. Employees may be asked to verify facts or research other schools for help with previews and recaps. Student employees have the opportunity to do specific types of work, like strictly design or writing. However, they have the option to do portions of all the duties. Applicants MUST be eligible for work study to get paid. Hourly rate is $10. If approved by advisor, we can create an internship opportunity. The role is open to those ineligible for on-campus employment if looking for experience. However, we are not able to fund those positions.Night and weekend hours are likely, but there are opportunities for strictly remote work that can be done at any hour. Must be reliable and ready for a fast-paced working environment.Past experience is not required. MUST include a cover letter, but a resume is NOT required. Please include past experience and/or relevant classes that you have taken or are in the process of taking. Indicate your availability. We would be interested in knowing the type of work you prefer to do.