Employer: UNI Student Involvement & Event Services (Maucker Union) Expires: 08/04/2024 Students interested in working this summer will be working (up to 40 hours per week) on a combined crew that would consist of custodial and setup crew duties.Student Custodian's assist the full-time staff in the cleaning of Maucker Union. Duties include: Sweeping/dust mopping/wet mopping of hard surface floors; Vacuuming/spot cleaning/carpet extraction of carpeted floors; Cleans/moves furniture as needed; Picks up and removes trash from the building; Duties as assigned.Student Setup Crew assist the full-time staff in completing room setups and teardowns, custodial duties and event load in/out as assigned. Student can work up to 40 hours per week during summer session and breaks for all jobs on-campus. Shift hours vary through the summer.START DATE:  05/13/24 Complete an application at:  https://union.uni.edu/student-employment

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 08/19/2024 The Learning Center @ Rod Library is hiring PLUS TAs for Intro to Statistics and Statistics for Business Analytics.The primary function of a UNI PLUS TEACHING ASSISTANT is to support students in a specific course and with a specific instructor. UNI PLUS leaders should expect to work 8-10 hours per week. You will be expected to do all of the following: attend and periodically facilitate activities in an assigned class, meet weekly with the host instructor and prep for study sessions; facilitate weekly study sessions. Professional development and training for these positions is provided through our Studies in Peer Education courses. Pay: $10 an hour

 

Employer: UNI Office of International Engagement Expires: 10/23/2024 Performs general office duties, maintains student records, assists with administration of program surveys, and prepares materials for orientation.Assist with the administration of surveys, teacher evaluations, and compiling data and reports as necessary for CIEP staff and accreditation purposes. Prepare orientation materials for each CIEP orientation including student welcome packets, CIEP placement exam, name badges, etc. Assist with general office duties such as helping students and visitors when they come to the office, and answering the phone.Maintain electronic and paper filing of student records and documents including final exams.Enroll students in SIS, answer emails, update Smarsheet database as needed, create schedules and review students ubill chargesWork with the CIEP Lead Academic Support Specialist on special projects or as neededAssist with special projects as neededWork with a team 

 

Employer: UNI Office of International Engagement Expires: 10/23/2024 Student Driver Position Information: Students will be added to our student staff for driving assignments through the summer, International Orientation, and the Fall and Spring Semester. Students will be expected to submit timecards which reflect their drive time (time actually on the road) for events, activities, and other programming.Students will be receiving $9/hr of wages for their drive time submitted.Students should be especially free and in the area from January 6-15, 2024 within and outside of normal working hours.Students should be in possession of an Iowa Driver's License and have a good driving record.

 

Employer: UNI Office of International Engagement Expires: 10/23/2024 Primary Responsibilities:Overseeing the various volunteer initiatives through the International Engagement Office including but not limited to: Family Friendship Program Retired Senior Volunteer Program Conversation Partner Program Talk Tuesday Assisting in the organization and delivery of specialized Immersion Programs through the Cultural and Intensive English Program (CIEP). Provide oversight to speciality Immersion Programs when in person on campus throughout the various activities and events within their schedule. Aid in CIEP Orientation Sessions every 8 weeks throughout the academic year. Help students and staff members with day to day student support initiatives within the CIEP Program. Serve as a liaison through activities among CIEP students, campus, and the local community.Maintain and develop the Conversation Partner ProgramKeep a database for each session of the Conversation Partners’ contact information and activities participation.Work with the OIE Director to coordinate and maintain the International Friendship Program (Host Families) in conjunction with the OIE Graduate Student.Keep a database for the International Friendship Program participants’ contact information per session/semester.In coordination with the CIEP Curriculum and Assessment Coordinator, plan and organize the academic lectures (Culture Talks) and Class Exchanges for CIEP students.Preferred Qualifications:Strong attention to detail/detail oriented mindset Experience in working with and leading small and large groups Basic knowledge of social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn) Reliable in program oversight and organization Willing to take initiative and interact with the larger UNI community and international student body. Will be attending UNI for at least 1 academic year, if not longer and looking for an applicant willing to commit to 1 year in the position. Able to work over the Summer (May - August) in a student employee capacity. Comfortable working with varying degrees of English proficiency

 

Employer: UNI Office of International Engagement Expires: 10/23/2024 Primary Responsibilities:Produce various types of content and help to manage social media accounts (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn) representing the International Engagement Office. Aiding the Student Service Coordinator in overseeing the Global Panther Success Program. Planning and taking initiative to create cultural events and programming for the larger Cedar Valley. Participating in the planning and implementation of International Education Week, Orientations throughout the Academic Year, and other large scale events managed by the International Engagement Office.Offering support and program management for events and programming throughout the academic year. Help students and staff members with day to day student support initiatives. Preferred Qualifications:Strong attention to detail/detail oriented mindset Experience in working with and leading small and large groups Basic knowledge of social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn) Insight into content creation and uses of social media creation apps (Canva, CapCut, etc) Reliable in independent program oversight and organization Willing to take initiative and interact with the larger UNI community and international student body. Will be attending UNI for at least 1 academic year, if not longer. Able to work over the Summer (May - August) in a student employee capacity. 

 

Employer: UNI Facilities Management Expires: 06/30/2024 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 Dining Expires: 11/15/2024 THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS ON CAMPUS: 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, no evening hours) Essentials(convenience store, Monday - Friday, no evening hours) Maucker Union Food Court(food, Monday - Friday, evening hours) Come be part of our team for Fall 2024 semester! Earn $12.50 hour. 

 

Employer: UNI Information Technology Expires: 08/16/2024 The IT Service Desk's Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) enjoy helping students, staff, faculty, and guests navigate technology at UNI.Common tasks:Help with all forms of customer contact (phone, chat, email, Service Hub, and in-person)Troubleshoot general technology issues and questions such as account access, email, Google Apps, wifi, and BlackboardReview documentation and training and provide suggestions for improvementCreate and monitor incidents, escalating or routing to other staff as neededFollow instructions from CSRs- Level 2 and 3, GAs, and full-time staffReports to: Service Desk full-time staffQualifications:Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)Desire to help othersAptitude and interest in technology plus willingness to learnAttention to detailAbility to handle multiple requests at the same timeWe have multiple positions available during the week days (8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday) and some evenings.

 

Employer: UNI Metal Casting Center/Foundry 4.0 Center Expires: 10/18/2024 Launch your career in Metal Casting by gaining hands-on experience with several related technologies at the Metal Casting Center! The Metal Casting Center, located on-campus at the Department of Technology, is a world-renowned independent Research & Development facility geared towards characterization of materials, and development of processes and technologies for the Metal Casting Industry. With facilities including analytical equipment and a fully operating foundry, the MCC provides excellent learning opportunities for student employees interested in the Manufacturing industry.Foundry Lab Technicians will support the research and testing activities at the Metal Casting Center under the guidance and direction of the Project Manager and Assistant Project Manager. Job responsibilities and activities related to this position may include:Gain experience melting and pouring metals up to 3000 °F!Conduct testing using standard testing methodologies to characterize samples for physical and mechanical properties.Utilize equipment and processes related to Metal Casting to assist in completing private and government projects.Utilize power tools and equipment, as required, under the guidance of MCC Staff.Work with analytical equipment for characterization of materials for thermal and chemical properties.Assist the MCC Staff in operating and maintaining a safe and hazard free work environment.Student Employees can work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and 40 hours per week during semester breaks. Employment is available year round at the Metal Casting Center which is located in the Applied Engineering Building.REQUIREMENTS:Minimal experience required. Candidates working on manufacturing, technology, physical sciences, math or engineering majors will be preferred.WAGE:  $17.20

 

Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 02/01/2025 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 positionMaximum of 20 hours per week when residence hall desks are openMonday-Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 3-6pmOpportunity to pick up additional shifts in other residence halls on an as needed basisMinimum QualificationsApplicants must live in the residence halls for the 2024-2025 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 2024-2025 academic year are expected to return to campus by August 7, 2024 to take part in mandatory training August 7-9, 2024. 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 concernsServing as a first impression for the residence hall for all guests, residents, visitors and staffContributing to a welcoming atmosphere in the hall desk and office areaPerforming typing, photocopying, and filingAnswering phones, taking messages, making callsSending, receiving, and responding to emailsProviding informed assistance in response to questions, directions, and problems upon request or observationDirecting residents and guests to the proper campus and community resourcesUtilizing Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, StarRez, and Google programs (i.e. Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar)Assist with facilitation of move-in proceduresRegarding information confidentially and with discretionMaintaining inventory of property to be checked out for resident use, issuing the property, and securing its returnEnsure appropriate management of both brass keys and access cards according to departmental policiesSorting and distributing mail, maintaining correct addresses and forwarding mail informationUtilizing StarRez for receiving of parcel post, insured packages, UPS/FedEx deliveries and issuing packages to residentsKnowing 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 & DiningPerforming other duties as assigned by the coordinator and/or Hall Secretary/Administrative AssistantBeing asked (when possible) to cover work shifts in other residence halls in case of issues related to coverageGeneral Diversity StatementNo person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in employment, any educational program, or any activity of the University, on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or on any other basis protected by federal and/or state law.The University of Northern Iowa prohibits discrimination and promotes affirmative action in its educational and employment policies and practices as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other applicable laws and University policies. The University of Northern Iowa prohibits sexual harassment, including sexual violence.The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies and serves as the University Title IX Officer: Leah Gutknecht, Assistant to the President for Compliance and Equity Management, Office of Compliance and Equity Management, 117 Gilchrist Hall, UNI, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0028, (319) 273-2846, leah.gutknecht@uni.edu

 

Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 11/10/2024 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 Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Expires: 07/05/2024 Description: A Camp Counselor is a current or recently graduated UNI student who assists a Camp Session Director by mentoring campers, assisting camp activities, and sharing their own personal experiences in theatre tech and as a UNI student. Camp Counselors report to the Camp Session Director. They may be assigned to take attendance, supervise the entire camp group or small groups of campers, or other duties as assigned by the Camp Session Director. Camp Counselors are essential to the success of summer camp. Working as a Camp Counselor should provide the UNI Student with an opportunity to build leadership, teaching, and communication skills, as well as serve the success of the camp. Camp will run M-F from July 8-12 and July 15-19, 10am-3pmEssential Duties and Responsibilities:Before Camp: Meet with the Camp Session Director and assist with pre-camp planning, as needed. During Camp: Be present during all scheduled camp sessions; lead session activities and other duties as assigned by the Camp Session Director, such as taking attendance, collecting required paperwork, camper management, set-up/clean up or activity supplies, chaperoning campers at lunch/snacks. During times of transition (as campers arrive each morning, on the way to lunch, etc.), camp counselors share positive stories about college experiences (such as what is your major, what do you hope to do when you graduate, how is college a growth experience, or what was your most exciting class and why) and ask campers about their own aspirations and provide encouragement. After Camp: Limited assistance with clean up, otherwise none. Essential Skills/Knowledge:As determined by the Camp Director, documented experience with the camp session topic/theme and/or expertise in a specific area of the camp session’s content; and/or documented experience serving as a leader for camp aged youth. A deep passion for introducing/teaching theatre tech topics to all area youth. A demonstrated desire to work with area youth and ability to communicate with youth and adults.Minimum Qualifications: All Camp Counselors must have earned a high school diploma and be an incoming, current or recently graduated UNI student. Must pass a criminal background check. Classification and Compensation: Merit temporary or student employment.

 

Employer: UNI Child Development Center Expires: 08/30/2024 The CDC is HIRING for the 24-25 school year! We are looking for fun, energetic, and compassionate students to come join our staff!  The CDC hours are Monday-Friday 7:30-5:00. We have 5 classrooms Birth-5 years old. We look forward to getting you started working with our littlest Panthers! 

 

Employer: UNI Housing Expires: 11/15/2024 The Resident Assistant is a University Housing & Dining staff member whose responsibility is to serve as a student advisor for students in a university residence hall or apartment complex. As a peer advisor, the RA provides help to residents regarding personal, interpersonal, and academic concerns, and is key in leading the house to becoming a cohesive and inclusive community. The RA is supervised by a Residence Life Coordinator or Assistant Residence Life Coordinator. In collaboration with other RAs, the team develops engaging events to build community, supports residence hall and university policies and procedures, and assists with the administration of the residence hall. CompensationPrivate living space (super single dorm room or studio/one-bedroom apartment)Meal plan to be determined (some form of All-Access)$1700 stipend paid bi-weekly throughout the academic yearOpportunity for stipend to increase by $200 for each year of successful job performance12 nights away per semester where an RA is not required to stay in their room, be on campus or respond to any work related situations that might arise Minimum QualificationsApplicants must have lived on campus for at least one semester at UNI or at another institution of higher education.Applicants must have a minimum 2.25 cumulative UNI grade point average.Applicants must maintain a minimum semester and cumulative 2.25 GPA (UNI) while in the position.Applicants must possess outstanding skills in verbal and written communication.Applicants must be full-time, degree-seeking students at the University of Northern Iowa for the Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 semesters.Applicants must be in good behavioral, academic, and financial standing with the university.Applicants cannot be student teaching while in the position.Applicants cannot complete an internship beyond 10 hours/week while in the position.Applicants may not hold any other on campus employment per the student employment policy. Preferred QualificationsCommitment to academic excellenceOutstanding skills inConflict resolutionCreative thinkingOrganizationTime managementCelebrate 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 Application MaterialsApplicants will be asked to submit the following materials in the online application.ResumeEssay detailing why you want to be an RA and what you would want your residents to know about you. Your response should be a minimum of 250 words (about half a page) and a maximum of 500 words (about one page). Appointment PeriodResident Assistants are employed for the entire academic year. RAs hire for the 2024-2025 will be expected to:Begin work no earlier than Monday August 5, 2024 through no later than the Sunday following spring commencement. Return after winter break to prepare for the spring semester no later than the Thursday prior to spring classes beginning. Be available and help provide coverage during continuous housing periods (i.e. fall break, winter break, and spring break) for additional compensation of up to $100 per night. Remain on campus during closed periods, which includes the weekend prior to the start of each semester, fall and spring semester opening weekends, RA Conference in-service dates, and RA Conference weekend, as well as any other weekends or days identified by the University Housing & Dining.Participation in non-academic activities during any closed periods is subject to approval by the Residence Life Coordinator team. All requests for time away are subject to approval by the (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator team.  Please note, any of these dates may be adjusted based on changes made to the academic calendar. ResponsibilitiesStaff Development & TrainingAttend training before fall and spring semester.Attend in-service training sessions throughout the year as scheduled.Attend the weekly centralized staff meeting time from 8:00-10:00 PM on Wednesday nights. Hall EngagementImplement the hall engagement model by assessing and addressing the developmental needs of individuals, as well as the relational needs of the community.Coordinate group programs and activities for residents.Connect one-on-one with residents to build relationships and provide individual support.Carry out collateral assignments (including committee appointments and liaison positions) at the residence hall and departmental levels. Administrative ResponsibilitiesActively and positively participate in weekly staff meetings, scheduled hall training activities, and other meetings as designated by the (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator.May be asked to participate in the selection of new Resident Assistants.Attend, participate and assist with planning the UNI RA Conference, including pre-conference work.Participate in an on-call rotation with the other Resident Assistants in your hall, including completing rounds, as assigned by the (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator.Assist in the opening and closing procedures of the halls by returning early before the halls open and staying late after the halls close.Assist with and complete administrative tasks in a timely manner and as directed by the (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator.Adjust outside involvement in clubs and organizations  or other off campus employment in line with the time requirements of the position. Outside involvement should be limited to 10 hours or less per week and discussed with the (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator prior to making any commitments.  University Housing & Dining Staff TeamUphold all the rules, regulations and policies of University Housing & Dining, the University of Northern Iowa and the State of Iowa.Be a role model for other students. Set positive examples of behavior for others to observe and adopt, always striving to improve the Resident Assistant position and achieve personal growth. Make decisions that favorably represent the University and University Housing & Dining.Maintain a professional and positive attitude and manner while serving as a university employee and representative of University Housing & Dining both on and off campus.Know, understand and fulfill the responsibilities of the resident assistant position description, including additional responsibilities as assigned by the Residence Life Coordinator.Demonstrate support and respect for all University Housing & Dining staff in the performance of their responsibilities, including fellow Resident Assistants, Desk Assistants, Hall Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, custodial, maintenance, and dining center employees.Develop a positive working relationship with (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinators. University Resource & Referral AgentBe available to assist in and able to respond to emergency situations involving health, security and safety of students.Serve as a knowledgeable consultant for students concerning university support services (e.g., Counseling Center, University Health Services, Academic Advising, Career Services, and others).Assist students with any physical, mental, personal, social or environmental health concerns.Support students as they work through conflict and interpersonal concerns.Submit necessary reports of any resources or referrals provided to students to your (Assistant) Residence Life Coordinator based on your training and provided procedures. General Diversity StatementNo person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in employment, any educational program, or any activity of the University, on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or on any other basis protected by federal and/or state law. The University of Northern Iowa prohibits discrimination and promotes affirmative action in its educational and employment policies and practices as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other applicable laws and University policies. The University of Northern Iowa prohibits sexual harassment, including sexual violence. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies and serves as the University Title IX Officer: Leah Gutknecht, Assistant to the President for Compliance and Equity Management, Office of Compliance and Equity Management, 117 Gilchrist Hall, UNI, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0028, (319) 273-2846, leah.gutknecht@uni.edu.Other Statements & Policies : Alcohol Use Policy & Enforcement

 

Employer: UNI Department of Public Safety Expires: 09/19/2024 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.Please complete the attached application and, if desired, submit with a resume/cover letter.

 

Employer: UNI Athletics Expires: 09/14/2024 The Office of Student-Athlete Development (OSAD) is seeking qualified content tutors in the following areas: Kinesiology, Biology, Chemistry, 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 Dining Expires: 09/05/2024 Come join our UNI Catering team!We offer flexible hours, making a schedule that works best for you. Learn what it is like to work in a fast paced industry that provides employees with an opportunity to learn new skills and work in a team oriented environment.No previous truck driving experience is necessary.Requirements:Valid driver's license and good driving record

 

Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 07/31/2024 NOW HIRING FOR FALL: Cornerstone/First-Year Peer Mentors, Tutors, and PLUS TAs The Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for First-Year Peer Mentors, Tutors (Math/Stats, Science, Business Core, Writing, etc), and PLUS TAs. ALL MAJORS ARE WELCOME TO APPLY. For specific position descriptions and applications, visit https://tlc.uni.edu/job-opportunities.  Position Type: Peer Educator (tutor, coach, mentor)Location: The Learning Center @ Rod LibrarySalary: $10.00/hrDesired Start Date: First day of classes in FallHow To Apply: Applications can be found at https://tlc.uni.edu/job-opportunities Contact Name: Audri KuglerEmployer: The Learning Center @ Rod LibraryTitle: Secretary, Undergraduate StudiesEmail: audriana.kugler@uni.eduAddress: The Learning Center @ Rod Library, Main Floor Rod LibraryMain Office: Rod 261 University of Northern IowaCedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0460  

 

Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 07/02/2024 Monitor Art Computer Lab in Kamerick Art Bldg. No experience required. Knowledge of Macintosh computers is a plus. Available hours: days, evenings, & weekends. Must have WORK STUDY FUNDING...do not apply if you don't. (FYI - work study funds can only be used for one job assignment.)DEPENDABLE. WORK STUDY FUNDING (work study funds can only be used for one job assignment). GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS.Email angela.dreesman@uni.edu, if interested in position.