Employer: UNI Housing & Dining Expires: 06/30/2023 Start Date:Fall 2023Position Summary:The Social Media Coordinator reports to the Assistant Director of Housing & Dining for Marketing. This role will provide support in the areas of social media content creation and channel management. This position will help the candidate to develop skills in online marketing, communication and project management. Responsibilities:Assist in managing departmental social media accountsDevelop engaging content for social media platformsCollaborate with marketing assistants in the creation of written, video and photo contentAttend events and produce live social media contentMonitor social media channels to stay current on eventsKeep a leading position on trends and best practicesReview analytics and report on key metricsInteract with users and respond to social media messages, inquiries and commentsMaintain unified brand voice across social media channels Requirements & Experience:Strong knowledge of social media platforms and management tools; primarily Hootsuite, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and InstagramProficiency with video and photo editing tools and digital media formatsExperience using Illustrator and PhotoshopExcellent social listening skillsStrong copywriting and copy-editing skillsAbility to multi-task and juggle multiple priorities in a detail-oriented and organized fashionComfortable in a fast-paced, ever-changing environmentWillingness to travel throughout campusAbility to work some evenings and weekendsFamiliar with dorm living and campus diningOutgoing personality Education:Current UNI studentStrong candidates will have lived on campus for at least one academic year


Employer: UNI: The Learning Center @ Rod Library Expires: 05/31/2023 NOW HIRING FOR FALL: Cornerstone/First-Year Peer Mentors, Academic Tutors, Success Coaches and PLUS LeadersThe Learning Center @ Rod Library is currently accepting applications for First-Year Peer Mentors, Tutors (Math/Stats, Science, Business Core, Writing, etc), Success Coaches, 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 Office of the Registrar Expires: 08/23/2023 Registrar Student Assistant$9.25 per hour Summary Description: Responsible for attending to the front reception area by assisting office visitors via walk- in traffic, phone calls, and email inquiries. Tasks and Responsibilities: Provide assistance for students in person, over the phone, and via email Attend to phone calls and email inquiries Assist office staff with projects and odd jobs Complete tasks and projects requiring attention to detailHandle confidential student records Scan and image documents regarding student dataAid in the production of fall and spring commencement ceremoniesSkills Desired: Strong communication skills, ability to maintain confidentiality, organized Working Hours: 7-15 hours/week during Fall and Spring semesters, 20+ hours/week during Summer, commencement required, breaks encouraged; hours may increase in subsequent semesters.


Employer: UNI Housing & Dining - Administration and Finance Expires: 06/12/2023 Under general supervision, provides administrative support for the Assistant Director of Housing & Dining/Financial Services; assists with processing a variety of accounts payable and accounts receivable transactions including deposits, journal entries, procurement card reconciliation, conference and guest stay billing, account reconciliation, and other duties as assigned. QualificationsIt is necessary that the person in this position have at least two years of office experience working with financial transactions. Sound business process experience, organizational skills and attention to detail is required. Must have good working knowledge of Excel, the ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks, and be able to gather, analyze, and display data in appropriate format and keep accurate records. Preference is given to business majors.


Employer: UNI Child Development Center Expires: 07/28/2023 We are looking for someone to help us during our lunch time! We have 5 classrooms of birth-5 kiddos. This candidate would need to be available 11-1:30 Monday-Friday. You are welcome to eat lunch with us. You will work in the office while the students finish eating and then use our commercial dishwasher to wash the classroom dishes. Many times this person moves into a classroom position starting the next semester (or even the current semester depending on availability). Come join the CDC family!


Employer: UNI Dining Expires: 12/22/2023 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 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 College of Education IT Client Services Expires: 12/30/2023 We will train you in all duties, experience is not required. All Majors are encouraged to apply!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 connections (WE WILL TRAIN YOU)Providing remote technical support over the phone, email, or with remote access softwareWalking around campus to assist users in personUsing creative problem solving to discover new solutions to problemsOther Duties as AssignedPossible 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 availablePreference will be given to candidates who can:Offer a minimum of one year commitmentIntend to stay employed with IT-Client Services for multiple years Work a minimum of 10 hours/week during regular semestersWork a minimum of 20 hours/week during academic breaks (especially summer, winter)


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: University of Northern Iowa Continuing Education and Special Programs Expires: 09/29/2023 Job DescriptionContinuing Education and Special Programs is seeking a part-time student to assist with general clerical duties. Duties include proofreading and formatting documents, imaging documents, data entry, copying, filing, receptionist duties, running errands, and other office duties as assigned. $12/hour.Qualifications:Strong written and oral communication, time management, and organizational skillsMust be self-motivated, punctual, detail-oriented, dependable, and able to handle multiple tasksExcellent computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Word and ExcelPrevious clerical experience preferredHoursThis is a year-round position. The total hours for this position for the spring and fall semesters would be flexible (based on student’s schedule) with a cap of no more than 20 hours/week. The position can expect to work 3-5 hours per week in a light marketing capacity (will train), with remaining hours spent fulfilling general office duties. There would be opportunity for additional hours during the summer term (25-30 hours/week). It is preferred that interested students be available to work every day, Monday - Friday, for at least a two-hour shift during the summer term. Requested Documents:Resume/cover letter 


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.