Employer: UNI Art Department Expires: 05/12/2023 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 artlabster@gmail.com, if interested in position.


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: 03/02/2023 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.**Below you will find more information about the different venues/area to workGreeter-Welcomes guest, scans ID cards, fields questions for guestSparks-Fast food-grilled, fried foodEmiliano’s- bar concepts (examples-tossed to order salads, build your quesadilla)Cornucopia-Home style foods and vegan optionsFormaggi-pizza, taco bar and pastaThe Refinery-salad bar and allergen venueColby’s-build your sandwich and fruit barSmores-dessertsDining Room-restock beverages, clean tables,etc.Dish Room-Wash and put away dishesCustodial-Clean areas of the dining centerDock-receive product from deliveries and put them awayUtility-float person, this person works wherever help is needed. Cook Assistant-assist cooks in preparing food for meals


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: 04/01/2023 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.


Employer: UNI Exam Services Expires: 06/09/2023 Exam Services is looking for an enthusiastic and responsible person to greet and assist students and other office visitors in our testing center.Duties include answering the telephone, photocopying, scanning, and other miscellaneous office work. You will be required to become certified to administer computer based exams. Duties will also include checking in test takers and proctoring both computer based exams and paper/pencil exams. We offer a flexible schedule with continued employment for future school years.YOU MUST HAVE WORK STUDY FOR THIS POSITION.Please fill out application attached below here and send to michelle.galanits@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 Art Department Expires: 05/12/2023 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.