Employer: Cardinal Construction Inc. Expires: 04/28/2023 Summary and Overall Objectives of the PositionField Interns perform a variety of assigned tasks during all project phases that require physical labor on jobsites. Tasks are wide-ranging and vary in complexity. Interns assist craftworkers under the direction of a Project Superintendent.Essential Functions and ResponsibilitiesArrive on-time to assigned jobsiteCommunicate with Project Superintendent/ Assistant Superintendent for assignment and direction of daily task(s)Work well with others including supervisors, co-workers, and other subcontractors on assigned jobsitesComplete work task(s) in a safe and timely mannerTake part in daily jobsite huddles and safety talksMaintain a clean and organized jobsiteUse personal and company provided tools in a safe and respectful mannerPerform other tasks as assignedAdditional RequirementsThe individual in this position must:Demonstrate company core values of Positivity, Integrity, Teamwork, Continuous Improvement, and Personal AccountabilityShow ability to prioritize tasks and responsibilities independentlyWork Environment and Physical DemandsIndividuals in this position will work indoors and outdoors in all types of weather and perform a variety of physical labor activities. He or she must have physical stamina sufficient to perform construction-related activities including, but not limited to lifting and carrying a minimum of fifty (50) pounds; repeated pounding, standing, bending, stooping, climbing in and around equipment, and up and down ladders throughout daily work shifts. He or she must be able to work at a minimum of two stories height on a structure or powered lift.Position Type and Expected Hours or WorkDuring summer months, the expected number of hours worked each week is thirty (30) to forty (40) hours, however, overtime hours may be required on occasion. Typical work hours are Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. However, our work hours are driven by client/owner needs, scheduling, and location demands, and individuals in this position may be required to start earlier, stay later, or on weekend days to meet those needs.TravelMinimal travel is expected for this position, however, from time to time, may be necessary depending on jobsite locations. Any travel will take place primarily in the state of Iowa and will typically involve same day travel only. Required Education and ExperienceNot Applicable.Preferred Education and ExperienceHigh School diploma or GED.Equal Opportunity EmploymentCardinal Construction, Inc. is strongly committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and all applicants for employment. For us, this is the only acceptable way to do business. It is our objective to obtain individuals who are qualified or qualifiable for positions of employment by job-related standards of education, training, experience, and performance and to avoid the establishment of artificial barriers to employment or promotion.Therefore, we follow the law and do not discriminate against employees or applicants based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic testing information, creed, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, and childbirth and/or related medical conditions, military service or any other traits or classifications protected by federal, state, or local laws.

 

Employer: UNI Center for Social and Behavioral Research Expires: 02/25/2023 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 Interviewers conduct interviews over the telephone, set up appointments as necessary, and code each call accordingly. Strong persuasion skills are vital 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/Spanish 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 $16.00/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 6 hours per week*Work a minimum of 3 individual weekend shifts each month

 

Employer: University of Nebraska at Kearney - Student/Work-Study Employment - Student Center/Union Expires: 05/24/2024 The Office of Student Engagement is a busy office environment that runs on qualified staff and student workers. The four pillars of student engagement are Student and Family Transitions, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Loper Programming and Activities Council and Student Government.Job Description The student engagement student workers’ primary responsibilities are to support the office staff of student engagement. Students will work in the main front office as needed helping with answering phones, ID Card processing, greeting customers, and more. During the summer months, students will be asked to help with New Student Enrollment. That can include tabling during the resource fair and assisting with ID Cards. Student workers may be asked to run errands and make deliveries around campus. All students must complete FERPA Training.SkillsGood communication skills, friendly, organized, and willing to help with office tasks. Student workers will also be asked to assist with NSE over the summer.

 

Employer: UNI Development & Foundation Expires: 02/17/2023 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 hour8 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 Foundation319.273.6033derick.stoulil@uni.eduUNI 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 Culture and Intensive English Program Expires: 02/28/2023 PRIMARY FUNCTION: Processes documentation needs of current students such as class schedules, writing enrollment letters and printing grade reports; makes appointments for students with other units on campus; collaborates on different activities for student and staff orientations; completes routine office tasks; manages and enters current students’ information into CIEP database (Smartsheet ); creates and maintains students’ grades database for probation and dismissal purpose; collaborates in special projects and serves as receptionist, taking messages, distributing mail, answering questions from students.CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES1. Enters student’s information into CIEP database (Smartsheet); creates, updates and maintainsstudent files in cabinets and electronically;2. Processes documentation needs of current and former students; following exiting templates writes letters of enrollment, attendance, and participation; requests students to complete waivers and academic forms3. Works with the director to create class schedules and classroom assignments at the beginning of each session4. Prepares handouts for orientation, and makes appointments for students with other units such asStudent Health Center, Department of Residence, etc. if needed; collaborates on different activitiesfor new student orientation; participates in orientation activities; passes out schedules.5. Collaborates with IE Secretary to secure CIEP student’s enrollment6. Maintains accurate records within the UNI Student Information System (SIS)/Campus Solutionsincluding tuition, grades, and enrollment7. Checks and reply inquiries in the CIEP-Assistant and CIEP email accounts;8. Takes messages or transfers calls to staff as needed; answers routing inquiries via telephone andemail and transfers non-routine ones to appropriate parties; updates CIEP personnel contactinformation during each sessionQUALIFICATIONS: Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student at UNI in any undergraduate or graduate program. Should have strong written and communication skills, ability to work with diverse student population, excellent customer service skills; and must be reliable and able to work in a team environment.REPORTS TO: International Engagement – CIEP Director

 

Employer: UNI Culture and Intensive English Program Expires: 02/28/2023 PRIMARY FUNCTION: Reviews and process all admissions activities and program applications;collaborates with the Director to communicate with prospective students; works with the InternationalEngagement PDSO to process immigration documents for newly admitted students; collaborates withCIEP administrative staff to executive the new student orientation program; and works with the IEdirector to review/update the content of admission, pre-arrival information and orientation material.CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES1. Manages and processes applications in OnBase2. providing personalized communication to all prospective students3. Maintains accurate records within the UNI Student Information System (SIS)/Campus Solutionsincluding and CIEP admission database (Smarsheet)4. Collaborates closely with the IE PDSO to create immigration documents for F1 students; workswith the IE Secretary to manage enrollment of new students;5. Processes inquire from prospective students and start the admission process by requesting acompleted application form, copy of passport, financial guarantee, and admission fee;6. Sends acceptance packets to newly admitted students;7. Sends pre-arrival and orientation information to newly admitted students;8. Collaborates with GA Activities Assistant to create and deliver the orientation program for newstudents;9. Works with the office staff to image new students’ documents (I-20 form, passport, student visa,I-94 form);10. Always answer the phone and transfer calls to CIEP staff members as needed;11. Collaborate with the office team staff to assist with special projects as needed.QUALIFICATIONS: Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student at UNI in any undergraduate or graduate program. Should have strong written and communication skills, ability to work with diverse student population, must be reliable and able to work in a team environment.REPORTS TO: International Engagement Director and Immigration & Advising Coordinatro

 

Employer: UNI Rod Library Expires: 02/28/2023 Rod Library is hiring a Library Assistant in Special Collections and University Archives (SC&UA). Library assistants provide support to patrons seeking to use Special Collections & University Archives materials. They also assist SC&UA faculty and staff with various tasks related to collections maintenance. Daily tasks include greeting patrons who come into the area, providing research support to visitors, re-shelving materials, basic processing and preservation of archival materials, and indexing newspapers and other university publications.  Number of Openings: 1Hourly Wage Rate: $9.50Hours Per Week: 8-10Schedule: Working hours must fall between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.Job Duration: Academic year only (Fall and Spring Semesters)Preferred start date: As soon as possible.*NOTE: Must have a work study award from Financial Aid to apply for this position.Required qualifications:NonePreferred qualifications:Strong written and verbal communication skills.Strong organizational skills.Detail oriented.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: 05/13/2023 Looking for something behind the scenes! Do you like fast-paced work while listening to music!?!?! Come join the Rialto Dining Center as a dish room worker. We have shifts for all time of the day. We are looking for nights and weekends especially. Schedules are flexible to work around classes. This position pays $13/hr.

 

Employer: UNI Facilities Management Expires: 02/07/2023 PAINTER ASSISTANT This job is 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).  Shifts: Monday – Friday, with 3-8 hour shifts available between 7:30am and 4pm. We are seeking students who will be able to work consecutive semesters in the department. Job Duties:- Perform demolition- Move materials and equipment- Set up and cleaning of painting projects- Surface preparation and area protection for painting projects- Paint application- Other miscellaneous duties as needed 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 Facilities Management Expires: 02/07/2023 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: 02/07/2023 SIGNAGE DESIGN ASSISTANT This job is 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. Flexible hours are available Monday through Friday, between 7:30am and 4pm.  Job Duties:- Assist in creating designs for campus signage/wayfinding- Use computer software to create visuals- Update the campus signage standards, as necessary- Perform other duties as assigned Skills required:- Experience with Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. Skills preferred, but not required:- Experience with AutoCADYou 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 Rod Library Expires: 02/17/2023 Rod Library is hiring a Library Assistant in the Cataloging & Metadata Unit of the Content Discovery Division.This behind-the-scenes position prepares library materials for circulation and those that need repairs, checks for lost and missing items on the shelves, updates records in the online catalog, assists with inputting data into ScholarWorks (Institutional Repository), and performs other related tasks as assigned.Number of Openings: 1Hourly Wage Rate: $9.50Hours Per Week: 10Schedule: Work hours will be scheduled between 8:00 a.m.-5:00 pm. Monday-Friday with no weekend or evening hours.  This position will continue through the fall and spring semesters.Preferred start date: January 23, 2023Required qualifications:NonePreferred qualifications:Ability to follow directions, ask questions, and report anomalies.Attention to detail and observant.Ability to communicate effectively.Ability to lift 25 pounds and push a full book truck.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 IT-Client Services Expires: 05/13/2023 Work Study Students OnlyPay$11/hr startingAggressive raises based on time spent with IT-CS and performanceNumerous past employees in this position currently work at UNI as full-time employees, many of them in various IT roles. Past IT Student Tech Specialists are currently employed (at UNI and elsewhere) as system administrators, network administrators, IT specialists, software developers, and security penetration testers. This position seeks to prepare students for a future career in IT or leadership roles in general.DutiesThis position is responsible for providing computer technical support to various locations across campus. An employee with this job will spend time working alone to resolve computer issues, but the job also entails a lot of collaborative work. Many support tasks are started by one employee and finished by another, so good communication and writing skills are important. Training provided in the form of instruction documents, videos, and employee shadowing. Characteristic Duties:Monitoring incoming support incidents, and responding in an appropriate mannerGathering information where necessaryPrioritizing incidents correctly (ie program running slowly vs workstation completely nonfunctional, what to do first?)Verifying completion of all required tasks before calling the incident resolvedTroubleshoot, repair, and/or replace both hardware and software of systems in staff offices, labs, and classrooms, including but not limited to: monitors, printers, scanners, hard drives, and network connectionsUtilizing and maintaining documentation for known issues, software setups, and large projects as assigned by IT-Client Services managerial staffProviding remote technical support over the phone with remote access softwareWalking and driving around campus to assist users in personUsing problem solving to discover new solutions to problemsMaintaining functioning printers and computer around campusTransporting (sometimes heavy) computer equipment and printers across campusPossible hours of work:Up to 20 hours / week during regular semestersUp to 40 hours / week during academic breaks (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)No overtimeCore working hours are between 8 AM and 5 PM, but nights and weekends may be available.Preferred a minimum of one year commitment. Undergraduate candidates who intend to stay employed with IT-Client Services for multiple years will be given preference. Candidates who can work during academic breaks (summer, winter) are encouraged to apply.This job is very stable. We like to hire student employees for multiple years if possible. We are also flexible with time off compared to other on campus positions. This job provides constant learning opportunities and stable, long-term work experience in an IT position.QualificationsRequired skills:Interpersonal communicationImprovisation in a variety of circumstancesKnowing when to ask for helpAbility to work on multiple tasks simultaneouslyBasic troubleshooting skillsBasic knowledge of computer components (difference between RAM, HDD, CPU)Basic knowledge of common software (Windows, File Explorer, Microsoft Office)Ability to lift up to 70 lbs for brief intervalsAbility to lift up to 10 lbs frequently and repeatedlyDesired skills, but can be taught on the job:Previous experience working with computersTransferring data between computersFamiliarity working on the inside of a computerBasic knowledge of computer networking principlesThe tasks performed by this position are far too numerous and variable to list, but they all revolve around supporting computer workstations. Much on the job training will be provided no matter what experience a candidate comes in with. Because of this, candidates that think they are under qualified to fix computers but have general computer knowledge are still encouraged to apply.

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 05/05/2023 Fresh Beginnings, UNI's Bakery/Commissary, is still hiring for the Spring '23 semester! Hours are available during multiple day parts. Are you a night owl? We have shifts that are perfect for those that like staying up late!Weekend hours are on Sunday's only, Saturday night for late night shifts. One shift every other weekend is required.Evening Bakery: Many shifts are still open starting at 10pm or 10:15pm and last about 3 1/2 hours. Friday night shifts are 11pm-2amDay Bakery: Open shifts belowTuesdays 2:15pm-4:15pmWednesdays 6:15pm-8:45pmThursdays 12pm-3pmFridays 9am-11amWeekend hours are available in other areas/shiftsCommissary: Open shifts belowMonday 8:30am-11amFridays 8:30-11amWeekend hours are Sunday 7am-12pmSupport: Open shifts belowDishroom:Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays: 6am-7:30amWeekend hours are available in other areas/shifts

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 03/10/2023 THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS ON CAMPUS: 23rd Street Market(convenience store, Monday to Thursday 4pm-8pm) Biscotti's (Starbucks and convenience store, open all week including weekends, evening hours) Book Bistro(Starbucks and food, Monday - Friday, no evening hours) Chats(coffee shop, Monday - Friday, off by 5:30pm) Essentials(convenience store, Monday - Friday, off by 5:30pm) Maucker Union Food Court(food, Monday - Friday, some evening hours)Come be part of our team forthe Spring 2023 semester! Earn up to $12.50 hour.Great leadership opportunity and growth through student supervisor program.Must be a UNI, Hawkeye Community College or Allen College studentMust be self motivated and a team playerCustomer service and money handling a plus but not a requirement

 

Employer: UNI Educational Talent Search Expires: 02/28/2023 Educational Talent Search is a federally funded program with the goal of increasing the number of youth who complete high school and enroll in and complete their postsecondary education. Our program provides support to students in Waterloo from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in postsecondary education.  We are looking for passionate individuals to join our team as a tutor and help students learn!Responsibilities:Provide academic tutoring to middle school or high school students to support homework completion and improve their understandingRecord time spend with students and complete progress reports as requiredAssist in the student sign in and sign out process to ensure documentation or participantsParticipate in team meetings, either in person or virtuallyProactively communicate with Educational Talent Search staff about any questionsSubmit weekly time cardsQualifications:Ability to work in person at middle or high schools throughout the Waterloo Community school districtWillingness and ability to support middle or high school students in at least one of the listed subject areas: math, science, english, or foreign languageAvailable to provide tutoring during any or all of the following shifts: Monday-Thursday 2:45 p.m.-4:50 p.m.Patient, reliable, punctual, and have good communication skills

 

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 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 Office of Safety and Police/Parking Services Expires: 02/17/2023 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 Dining Expires: 05/12/2023 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 from working hands on in the kitchen, working as a banquet server at campus events, or become a student driver helping transport food and staff to events. Schedules are flexible to work around classes. We have shifts that fit all times of the day. We look forward to meeting you!