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Employer: UNI Athletics Expires: 10/03/2022 ISO of a UNI student with photography skills to help UNI Athletics showcase the talents and personalities of UNI student-athletes.Photography options extend beyond game day duties and include team photos, headshots, creating engaging social media content and behind-the-scenes action.Applicants MUST be eligible for work study to get paid. Hourly rate is $10. Willing to create internship opportunity for credit if approved by advisor and also taking those wanting experience. Night and weekend hours are required. Must be reliable and ready for a fast-paced working environment. Students will be able to see nearly an entire semester of work options and pick games that work for them. Project ideas and suggestions will come from staff, but creative ideas are expected from the student.Past experience is preferred but not required. Will need to be able to turn around projects fairly quickly if assigned game highlight tasks.MUST include 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.

 

Employer: UNI Department of Public Safety Expires: 10/07/2022 Under general supervision, provides communication support for police officers, student patrol, parking, and Facilities personnel using the Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communication System (ISICS); receives phone calls from students, faculty, staff, and visitors and provides information; dispatches officers to requests for service; operates multiple systems, including a computer automated dispatching systems (CAD), multiple alarm systems, and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), serves as a department notary, performs related clerical tasks; and performs other related duties.Successful applicants must demonstrate the following.High moral character and integrityEmpathyCompassionGood judgmentHigh degree of emotional self-controlIntelligenceGood communication skillsSelf-confidenceThis position is for the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Dispatch is a 24/7, 365 day operation. The Student Dispatcher's main schedule is every other weekend 1st shift with a shift during the week, will work around class schedule. Has opportunities to pick up other shifts that are available on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift hours. Some occasional evening or overnight hours may be necessary. During academic breaks there are opportunities to work more than 20 hours.

 

Employer: SDSU Research Foundation Expires: 01/01/2024 OverviewThe Student Assistant will assist the international team of SDSU Global Campus with daily office operation (front desk), program operations, market research, digital marketing, student recruitment and communication. Prospective and current international students will be contacted via email, online chat, and social media. This position will also maintain various social media sites for prospective and current students, as well as assist the international staff in all needed areas related to international student service.ResponsibilitiesAdministrative Support (35%):The Student Assistant is responsible for independently performing numerous and varied day-to-day project activities: Assists with routine administrative tasks including organization of the front desk area; spreadsheets; operating copier/fax/computer equipment, deliveries, incoming/outgoing mail, and other tasks as assignedHandle inquiries from phone calls and ALI LiveChat, take messages and forward to appropriate staff to further follow upUpdate/Maintain student records in CRM when neededGreeting visitors and providing customer service to students, faculty, staff, parents, and/or the publicCommunicate with different departments within SDSU Global CampusAssist tasks related to agent agreements and MOUs Student Recruitment Support (30%)Assist with executing the SDSU Global Campus international social media strategy, such as creating and posting related content, monitoring and responding to comments and messagesMonitor the general email address and respond to inquiriesHelp various student activities, such as city tour, tablingRespond to international student questions regarding housing, student life, etc.Give campus tours to agents or prospective students as neededSupport other areas of marketing and communications as neededInternational Program Support (30%)Help with new student orientations at the beginning of each semester (spring, summer, fall)Advise students under the guidance provided by program directors during orientationCollect student course preference forms for Semester at SDSU programAssist with learning agreements and scholarship document collection and processingUnder guidance provided by program director, assist with other program operation related tasks as needed  ALL OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED (5%)QualificationsMINIMUM EDUCATIONCurrent enrollment as an undergraduate student at SDSUMINIMUM EXPERIENCENoneADDITIONAL APPLICANT INFORMATION:The COVID-19 vaccine is required by the CSU for all SDSU Research Foundation employees as a condition of employment.  Should you be offered a position, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination status. Individuals who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption on file will be required to complete regular COVID-19 testingA background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with SDSU Research FoundationSan Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer 

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 11/11/2022 THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS ON CAMPUS: 23rd Street Market(convenience store, open all week, evening hours) 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, including evening hours) Essentials(convenience store, Monday - Friday, including evening hours) Maucker Union Food Court(food, Monday - Friday, some evening hours)Come be part of our team for Fall 2022 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 Dining Expires: 12/04/2022 Fresh Beginnings, UNI's Bakery/Commissary, is still accepting applications for the Fall 2022 semester. If you're interested in making new friends, learning about baking and making great food while earning money, we're the place to be!Hours available are limited, with the largest need on Sundays.Commissary:Mondays: 6:30pm-8pmWednesday: 6am-8:30am, 1pm-2:30pmWeekend shifts are only open on Sundays 8:30am-12pm, 9am-12pm, 4pm-7:30pm, and 8pm-10pm. Weekend hours are every other weekend.Bonus dollars can be earned based on the number of hours you work, up to $12.50 per hour total.

 

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!

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 12/16/2022 The Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for Math/Stats Tutors, Science Tutors, Business Core Tutors, Specialty Tutors, and PLUS Teaching Assistants. ALL MAJORS ARE WELCOME TO APPLY. Peer Educators provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); serve as discipline/course-specific content tutors (i.e. Spanish, Computer Science, Public Speaking, etc.); and/or serve as a course-embedded peer leader.Math/Stats Tutors provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); and assist students with 1000- and 2000-level math courses (i.e. Algebra, Calculus, Stats). Common classes include Mathematics in Decision Making, Calculus I, and Intro to Statistical Methods.Through employment at The Learning Center, student staff has the opportunity to pursue Graduation with Distinction in Peer Education.The Learning Center @ Rod Library 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 status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 12/16/2022 The Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for Math/Stats Tutors, Science Tutors, Business Core Tutors, Specialty Tutors, and PLUS Teaching Assistants. ALL MAJORS ARE WELCOME TO APPLY. Peer Educators provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); serve as discipline/course-specific content tutors (i.e. Spanish, Computer Science, Public Speaking, etc.); and/or serve as a course-embedded peer leader.Science Tutors provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); and assist students with 1000- and 2000-level science courses (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics).Through employment at The Learning Center, student staff has the opportunity to pursue Graduation with Distinction in Peer Education.The Learning Center @ Rod Library 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 status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 12/16/2022 The Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for Math/Stats Tutors, Science Tutors, Business Core Tutors, Specialty Tutors, and PLUS Teaching Assistants. ALL MAJORS ARE WELCOME TO APPLY. Peer Educators provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); serve as discipline/course-specific content tutors (i.e. Spanish, Computer Science, Public Speaking, etc.); and/or serve as a course-embedded peer leader.Business Tutors provide general academic support (i.e. time management, study strategies, reading textbooks, test preparation); and assist students with 1000- and 2000-level business courses (i.e. Stats for Business Analytics, Decision Analytics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Financial Accounting, Introduction to Information Systems). Through employment at The Learning Center, student staff has the opportunity to pursue Graduation with Distinction in Peer Education.The Learning Center @ Rod Library 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 status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.

 

Employer: UNI Bookstore Expires: 11/01/2022 Work in a variety of areas of the store in assisting customers and doing a variety of tasks. Areas include: cashier, clothing, teacher resources, customer service desk, text books, art supplies, and souvenirs. Must be customer focused and motivated to assist them in finding the items they need. Some areas require lifting boxes, hanging and straightening shelves, light cleaning, standing for period of time, and answering telephones. Work hours are based on business need. Positions open:Seasonal - Dates from August 1 to October 30. This position will be called back when business warrants - breaks, summer, weekends, game days. This will be helping in Textbooks and working with our systems to process. Looking for data entry and attention to detail and want to work. Permanent – Work consistently each week.Summer and Fall employment needed: Positions in each department are available. Store Hours:Standard Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am - 5:30 pm; Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm; Sundays are closed with exception to family weekend, homecoming, December and the Sunday before school starts each semester. Hours for Sundays are varied. During Breaks 10am - 5pm Monday through Saturday. Breaks are Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Break. Position descriptions: Cashier:Give a lasting impression to our guests by greeting them as they come and go. You will also assist the customers by totaling their merchandise through our register system. Deliver great customer service to ensure the guest leaves with confidence in shopping with us. Answer questions for the guests. Handle money and process payments according to our cash handling policies. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Customer Service Desk:Like to stay busy and assist customers with varied needs. You will help process outgoing mail for customers (USPS, FedEx, and UPS), handle customer returns, count down cash drawers, answer the telephone for incoming calls, work with multiple computer processes, handle customer conflict, and create a pleasant experience. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Clothing and Souvenirs:Help customers find the right shirt, hat, jacket or gift. Assist our online guests by processing internet generated orders, hanging and folding clothing, displaying in items in an attractive manner, answer email questions from guests, consistently work on maintenance to ensure clothing area is attractive. Working at UNI athletic games and other off premise events. Requires weekends and nights past store hours. Lifting and moving boxes of merchandise. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Teacher Resources and Trade (books):Help teachers to be or teachers that are wanting to freshen up their classroom! You will assist with internet orders and emails in regards to merchandise they are requesting, straighten shelves and ensure product is in the correct location and attractive, help solicit to the guests ideas for new merchandise. Unpack boxes and place product on the shelves. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Textbooks:Always wondered how textbooks get on our shelves? Textbooks is where you get to help your fellow classmates find the books they are looking for as well as incoming freshman this summer at orientation.Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds on carts. Assist our customers in finding the correct book they need through the UNI Bookstore website or here in the store. Learn how books are organized on the shelves to be able to assist customers to find what they need for class. Learn our computer system in order to help students with their textbook needs for the semester. Answer telephones, reply to emails, and process internet orders. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Supplies:Art supplies and business supplies are some of the products you will learn while working in this department. Art supplies include paints, brushes, drawing paper, different drawing instruments, and many other items students need for their art classes. Other supplies are pens, pencils, markers, post-it notes, binders, notebooks and many other items someone would need for class or the office. There is even some electronic items included with the supplies department. Must be able to lift boxes and assist customers in a friendly and helpful way. Stocking and straitening shelves will be just some of the duties that will be assigned. Light cleaning involved. Other duties as assigned. Processing textbooks (Seasonal):Work with our computer systems strictly processing book orders that have been ordered online. Learn the system to ensure customers orders are processed correctly and accurately. All departments must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Future UNI Bookstore employees should have an interest in customer service and working with the customer to give them a great experience.   

 

Employer: Iowa Governor's STEM Advisory Council Expires: 09/30/2022 OPENING FOR UNI STUDENT with the Iowa STEM CouncilAre you still looking for an enriching part-time experience? QUICK OVERVIEWMake a difference by helping advance Iowa’s statewide STEM effort. Use your communications, computer and research skills to help the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council’s Central Operations Team headquartered at the University of Northern Iowa spark curiosity and ignite skills in Iowa youth to build Iowa’s workforce for tomorrow. Flexible schedule20 hours per week (academic year)25-30 hours per week (summer)$15 per hour ABOUT THE JOBApproximately 20 hours a week to support the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Central Operations Team in advancing the STEM effort across Iowa. To learn more, go to: https://iowastem.org/ In this position, we are seeking a motivated, self-starter who enjoys staying engaged with an array of projects which require strong skills in: Microsoft (Word & Excel), communications, writing, research, problem-solving, organization, data management, technology (such as Zoom, Google suite, InDesign). WHAT WILL YOU GAINProject coordinationEvent managementData collection and analysisBasic marketing/public relations/designConstituent relationship management SHOULD I APPLY? [Due by 5 pm on March 31, 2022]Yes! We seek student teammates who are innovators, relatable, coachable and engaged. We want a basic resume at the time of the interview. The position could start yet this spring and ideally would continue through summer and 2022-23 academic year. If you are interested in the position and want to learn more, reach out anytime with questions or comments to Lindy.Ibeling@uni.edu, STEM Council Communications Manager. To apply, please complete the Google Form at: https://forms.gle/tReKmBvuhxzfLJ6g9

 

Employer: UNI Department of Public Safety Expires: 10/29/2022 Student Patrol members assist the UNI Police Officers in doing all nature of tasks that free officers for their law enforcement mission. Student Patrol operations enhance the safety of UNI and also give the Student Patrol members and excellent opportunity to gain leadership experience and to impact safety issues while acting as liaisons between Public Safety and the UNI community. The natures of situations encountered by patrol members necessitate developing critical thinking and conflict management skills, both of which provide experiential learning. Student Patrol members are provided with great experience for a future in law enforcement or other public service.UNI students who are in good standing with the university and are enrolled for at least six hours of credit are encouraged to apply for a Student Patrol position. Successful applicants must pass an interview process and a criminal background check. Student Patrol positions are funded through departmental funding, but students qualifying for work study are also encouraged to apply.

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 05/12/2023 Looking for on-campus employment.....come join the Piazza Dining Center Team! It is a great place to learn valuable skills for your future, while meeting new friends! We offer a variety of positions from preparing and serving food to cleaning and maintaining the facility during all meals of the day. We have shifts that fit all time-frames of the day.Schedules are flexible to work around classes. Weekend work is required and is based on a rotating schedule. We have a graduated pay scale, so the more hours you work, the more you get paid! Can't wait to meet you!

 

Employer: UNI Gallery of Art Expires: 01/31/2023 Gallery Guards maintain the security of the UNI Gallery of Art (KAB 113), take attendance during shifts, and answer visitor questions.

 

Employer: UNI Recreation Services - Student Affairs Expires: 08/01/2023 Lifeguards work in the lap and leisure pools and if certified in LGI and/or WSI may be eligible to teach in the Paddling Panthers Learn- to- Swim program or the Red Cross Certification courses.

 

Employer: UNI Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Expires: 10/01/2022 The Gallagher Bluedorn PAC is looking for hard working students to join our Student Stagehand Crew. Applicants should be comfortable pushing, pulling or carrying equipment up to 50 pounds (with a buddy) Previous theatrical experience is helpful but not required, we will train those willing to learn. Training is paid. Hours vary from week to week depending on event schedule. Most shifts are night and weekend work.To apply email chris.tuzika@uni.edu or stop in to PAC Room 37.

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 06/01/2024 Come make friends and have a rewarding and exciting experience working at the Rialto Dining Center on campus. We have many different shifts open during breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-nights. We will work around your schedule.We have a graduated pay scale; the more hours you work, your base rate increases.**Every other weekend work will be required.**Work on campus and feel at home.*CASH BONUS*---Referral bonus$25 initial bonus to the current employee with a $75 end of semester bonus if the person they referred stays on to finish the semester. Only current UNI students are eligible.  

 

Employer: UNI Metal Casting Center/Foundry 4.0 Center Expires: 05/31/2023 University of Northern Iowa – Metal Casting CenterFoundry 4.0 Center (TechWorks Campus)Student Design / Lab TechnicianStudent Designers & Lab Technicians will support both research and production activities under the guidance and direction of the Project Manager. Hands on, real world experience in mold/core and tooling design and process simulation in support of accelerating the adoption of Additive Manufacturing in the Metal Casting industry. Position activities may include the following:Design:CAD Mold & Core DesignCAD-to-PATH Robotic Offline ProgrammingRobotic programming applications for Material Handling & MachiningMold Gating/Rigging DesignFixture Design and DevelopmentSolidification Simulation for Optimized DesignLaser Scanning for Reverse Engineering & MeasurementConversion of Laser Scanning data to Solid Model GeometryAdditive Manufacturing Part Production Setup (Print Build)Additive Manufacturing Lab:3D Sand PrintingSubtractive Manufacturing/Robotic Sand MillingInvestment Casting Expendable PatternsStereolithographic (SLA) printingWax printingBinder Jet Plastic Printing (Wax Infiltrated PMMA)Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)Automated investment casting shell buildingFoundry 4.0 Center:Process Sensor development and Data Acquisition applicationsRobotic and Automation Setup & Programming applicationsJob responsibilities will include the processing and operation of all technologies available, including multiple forms of additive manufacturing and polymer printing applications specific to investment casting pattern production supporting the Metal Casting industry. Responsibilities will also include supporting the installation and operation of all technologies available in the lab, post-processing of produced product as well as physical property testing and data collection/reporting. Student employees will be required to operate power tools and equipment as well as perform basic maintenance, troubleshooting, service and repairs of all the lab equipment under the guidance and direction of the Foundry 4.0 Center staff.Students with interests in any area of science and technology are highly desired, including advanced manufacturing, metal casting, design, mechatronics, computer applications including programming, data management and information technology, chemistry, physics, etc...Student employees are available to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. A minimum of 12 hours per week is expected, in minimum increments of 2-hour shifts. Outside of the academic year, students are encouraged to work 8 hours per day up to 40 hours per week (Semester breaks and Spring Break week). Employment is available year round based on the Metal Casting Center workload.

 

Employer: UNI Athletics Expires: 10/01/2022 The Office of Student-Athlete Development (OSAD) is seeking qualified content tutors in the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Exercise Science, and Business.OSAD hires students who have a high commitment to helping others achieve their academic goals. You should be able to relate to and understand students with a variety of interests, abilities, and concerns. Part of our mission is to help students become acclimated to the collegiate setting and to aid them in the development of effective and efficient learning strategies, successful reading strategies, and the use of appropriate campus resources to solve problems.  Successful applicants for this position have excellent communicative, academic, and interpersonal skills and a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2. Applicants should also have completed a minimum of one academic year at UNI and be at least a sophomore standing. Applicants must have earned at least a B+ in the courses they wish to tutor. 

 

Employer: UNI Metal Casting Center/Foundry 4.0 Center Expires: 05/31/2023 Research in advanced sensors on Raspberry Pi's including setting up tests and coding using Python.Work with Marketing Assistant in web development using Drupal and GitHub.Additional IT jobs using Linux and Raspbian as assigned.Student employees are available to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. A minimum of 12 hours per week is expected, in minimum increments of 2-hour shifts. Employment is available year round, including semester breaks and summer, based on the Metal Casting and Additive Manufacturing Centers' workload.