Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 06/21/2024 Hi 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).***Shifts currently open for Monday and Tuesday 4:45am-8:30am rotating weekends***


Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 03/11/2024 The Assistant Residence Life Coordinator (ARLC) is supervised by a Residence Life Coordinator (RLC). They are responsible for student staff supervision and assisting with administrative hall operations alongside the RLC.  In conjunction with the Residence Life Staff, they develop and support the objectives of Residence Life, help maintain residence hall and university policies and procedures, and assist with implementation of the Hall Engagement model. They participate fully in an on-call emergency rotation. A successful ARLC should possess excellent interpersonal communication, organization, administration, and project management skills as well as a commitment to educate students, engage the community, and enrich the UNI experience.Position Duties:STUDENT STAFFCoordinate selection, training, supervision and evaluation of student desk assistants.Assist the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) in developing and implementing training, and evaluation of resident assistants.Provide individual and group supervision of student staff in regard to daily and on-going operation of the hall including community development, residence education, and housing policies and procedures.Serve as a resource to student staff in the performance of responsibilities, sharing of knowledge, and development of skills.RESIDENCE EDUCATION Serve as an advisor to hall senate leadership and committees, providing on-going leadership development.Serve in an advisory and referral capacity to individual students and student groups in regard to University and Housing & Dining policies and procedures.In conjunction with the RLC, student staff, and hall senate, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive hall engagement model; including coordinating efforts with offices such as Student Life, Gender and Sexuality Services, Career Services, and Academic Advising.Provide direction to student staff for the enforcement and proper documentation of Housing policies found in the Code of Conduct.Assist the RLC in serving on-call, providing emergency response and support to incidents within the residence hall system.Work under the guidance of the RLC in holding policy violation meetings with students living in assigned residence hall.Serve as a resource and point of contact for students of concern or in crisis, through follow up, intentional conversations, and referrals to both university and community resources.Utilize student feedback and assessment findings to enhance the residential experience for students.ADMINISTRATIVE HALL OPERATIONSSupervise and administer hall office operations.Represent University Housing & Dining to parents, guests and members of the University community.Maintain administrative records of hall activities, incident documentation, and other records consistent with current policies and procedures.Assist the hall senate in budgeting and record keeping of student activity appropriations.Minimum QualificationsBachelor's degree and a minimum of one year of University residence hall leadership experience required.Must be a full-time, degree-seeking student in a UNI graduate program. Must be enrolled in 9 graduate credits each semester of assistantship.Maintain a UNI cumulative graduate GPA of at least 3.00.  A newly admitted graduate student must have at least a 3.0 GPA for undergraduate or previous graduate work of at least 8 graded credit hours.Must be in good behavioral and financial standing with the University.Ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with diverse populations, lead student teams, and effectively communicate and problem solve with others required.Ability to fulfill job responsibilities in 20 hours per week, including evening and weekend work required.Must reside in a UNI residence hall and have a meal plan.Preferred QualificationsEnrolled as a full-time, degree seeking student in UNI’s Post-Secondary Education graduate programOutstanding skills inConflict resolutionTeam developmentOrganizationTime managementPositive attitude and commitmentCelebrate the unique individuals and differences that comprise our communities through engagement, dialogue, and a commitment to excellenceUphold community standards and maintain a comfortable, safe, and vibrant environmentSelf-motivationCapacity to deal with change


Employer: UNI Career Services Expires: 05/19/2024 This is not a job! This is an announcement for all UNI students who are looking for on campus positions!  STUDENTS WITH WORK STUDY:If you are a UNI student with work study and are looking for work study jobs, do not use the Handshake "Work Study" filter. You will only find this announcement. ALL UNI STUDENT JOBS CAN PAY YOU THROUGH YOUR WORK STUDY FUNDS. Please feel free to apply to ALL on campus student jobs and let the employer know that you have work study.  If you are not sure what work study is or if you have it, please see the resources the Office of Financial Aid provides. Please reach out to Jack Murphy. in the Financial Aid office at jack.murphy@uni.edu with any work study related questions.  STUDENTS WITHOUT WORK STUDY:Students without work study can still apply for any student job, however, if you see “Work Study Only” or something similar in the job title or description, that department can only hire students with work study funds available.  Again, this is not a job. "Applications" will not be reviewed. UNI Career Servicescareerservices@uni.edu 


Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 05/01/2024 Available shifts:Late Night Bakery Sunday 10pm-1:30amBakery Monday 12-3p; Thursday 9-11am 


Employer: UNI Office of Business Operations Expires: 04/06/2024 Accounts Payable SpecialistOffice of Business Operations Job Title: Accounts Payable SpecialistStarting Wage: $11.50 per hourNumber of Openings: 1 Responsibilities:Audit, review and enter PO invoices into Oracle eBusinessReview and process requests for paymentsSort and distribute accounts payable mailMonitor the payables email accountScan completed invoices into OnBaseHelp with basic office duties Assist office supervisors with special projects as needed. Hours:15 hours per week between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday Qualifications:Strong customer service skillsExcellent written and oral communication skillsProficient in MS Office products and Google driveAbility to problem solveMust be able to prioritize and stay organizedStrong attention to detail 


Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 03/11/2024 The Desk Assistant is a UNI University Housing & Dining staff member who is a vital part of successful operations in the residence halls. The hall office serves as an information hub for students, staff and guests. As a staff member, the Desk Assistant provides assistance to residents regarding personal, interpersonal and academic concerns, and is instrumental in assisting the residence hall in becoming a cohesive and inclusive living and learning community.The Desk Assistant is supervised by a Secretary or Coordinator but works in conjunction with the other staff including Desk Assistants, Graduate Assistants, Resident Assistants, and Administrative Assistants. Desk Assistants support and uphold hall and university policies and procedures, and assist with the administration of the halls.Compensation & Hours● $9 per hour; $0.25 raise per consecutive year of employment in the position● Maximum of 20 hours per week when residence hall desks are openMonday-Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 3-6pm● Opportunity to pick up additional shifts in other residence halls on an as needed basisMinimum Qualifications● Applicants must live in the residence halls for the 2023-2024 academic year.● Applicants must have and maintain a minimum 2.25 semester and cumulative UNI grade point average.● Applicants must be in good academic, behavioral and financial standing with the university.● Applicants must be a full-time, degree-seeking student at the University of Northern Iowa.● Trustworthiness, reliability and ability to maintain confidentiality and interact confidently with a wide range of people are essential characteristics.Appointment PeriodDesk Assistants are employed for the entire academic year. Desk Assistants hired for the 2023-2024 academic year are expected to return to campus by August 1, 2023 to take part in mandatory training August 2-4, 2023.Desk Assistants are expected to start their formal work appointment immediately following training and will work through the week of residence hall move-ins and into the academic school year. Desk Assistants must be available to work throughout the training and hall opening time period. As the launch of the Fall Semester is our busiest time and changes to the academic calendar have occurred, preference will be given to candidates who have greater availability during the weeks leading up and the week of residence hall move in. Applicants who are unable to attend training or work the weeks leading up to the start of classes will be considered primarily for alternate status.Desk Assistant responsibilities include:● Opening and/or closing of the office, greeting office guests and addressing concerns● Serving as a first impression for the residence hall for all guests, residents, visitors and staff● Contributing to a welcoming atmosphere in the hall desk and office area● Performing typing, photocopying, and filing● Answering phones, taking messages, making calls● Sending, receiving, and responding to emails● Providing informed assistance in response to questions, directions, and problems upon request or observation● Directing residents and guests to the proper campus and community resources● Utilizing Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, StarRez, and Google programs (i.e. Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar)● Assist with facilitation of move-in procedures● Regarding information confidentially and with discretion● Maintaining inventory of property to be checked out for resident use, issuing the property, and securing its return● Ensure appropriate management of both brass keys and access cards according to departmentalpolicies● Sorting and distributing mail, maintaining correct addresses and forwarding mail information● Utilizing StarRez for receiving of parcel post, insured packages, UPS/FedEx deliveries and issuingpackages to residents● Knowing departmental policies and procedures as directed by the University Housing & Dining.● Knowing university policies and procedures related to emergencies/crises as directed by the University Housing & Dining● Performing other duties as assigned by the coordinator and/or Hall Secretary/Administrative Assistant● Being asked (when possible) to cover work shifts in other residence halls in case of issues related to coverage


Employer: UNI Iowa Waste Reduction Center Expires: 05/01/2024 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 on an as needed basis.


Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 03/01/2024 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 Dining Expires: 05/11/2024 We are seeking a reliable and motivated individuals to join our campus dining team at the Rialto Dining Center as a Dining Assistant. In this role, you will be responsible for a variety of duties including food preparation, serving, and cleaning.Responsibilities:Prepare and serve food items according to established proceduresEnsure food is prepared and served in a timely and safe mannerMaintain a clean and organized work areaFollow all health and safety guidelinesProvide excellent customer service to all guestsQualifications:Previous experience in food service preferred but not requiredAbility to work in a fast-paced environmentStrong communication and interpersonal skillsAbility to work well in a team environmentWillingness to learn and follow established proceduresWe offer competitive pay, flexible scheduling, and opportunities for advancement. If you are a motivated individual with a passion for food service, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.Rotating weekends required


Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 04/17/2024 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 Dome Operations Expires: 06/04/2024 Athletics Event operation staffing:Security positionsConcessions positionsCustodial positionsEvent assistant positions


Employer: UNI Recreation Services - Student Affairs Expires: 05/17/2024 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 Metal Casting Center/Foundry 4.0 Center Expires: 05/11/2024 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 Art Department Expires: 04/30/2024 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.