|Athletics Facilities & Operations
||Memorial Hall Room 69
||Students needed for setup & operation of audio equipment for Univ. of Akron athletics events & outside events. Previous experience using audio equipment in a live environment & good computer skills is a plus.
||Must be available weekday afternoons and evenings. Call 330-972-7310 to arrange an interview.
||Lower level of the Student Union
||Angela or Maryann
||SPRING: Contact perspective advertisers for the Buchtelite newspaper. Sales experience required. Seeking students with strong communication skills, sales experience, knowledge of sales techniques, good organization skills, and reliable transportation.
||Business Office-Student Union
||Seeking enthusiastic student to work in the Student Union at the front Reception area. Must be able to provide accurate information and directions to staff, students, and customers. Position requires employee to be knowledgeable regarding all University info(directions, procedures, contacts). General office duties including answering phones, typing, filing, photocopying, making appointments are part of this position. Must be dependable and work when scheduled. Professional attire is necessary.
||Must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hrs, willing to work 10-15 hrs/week(between 10:00-2:00), excellent phone and oral communication skills, ability to meet project deadlines, proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), general computer literacy. Application available at Information Desk in Student Union-submit to Barb Berasi +4601
||KNCL Rm. 315
||Dr. W. Schloman
||SPRING: Service freshman chemistry laboratories. Dispense reagents and equipment. Assist instructional staff with check-in operations. Wash glassware. Desire students with freshman laboratory experience.
||Flexible b/w 9am & 3pm Mon thru Fri
||Duties include: Responsible for all safety and sanitation in a working kitchen. (INCLUDES FREE LUNCH)
|Curricular and Instructional Studies
||Zook hall 132
||10-20 hrs/week mornings/afternoons/ T-Th
||SPRING: Gereral office duties including answering phones, typing, filing, photocopying, making appointments. Students will assist staff, faculty and other students as needed in a variety of office-related activities.
||Must be familiar with Microsoft Office software. Some previous office experience preferred. Must enjoy working with faculty, staff, and students. VERY busy office environment.
||216 S. Forge St.
||Up to 30hrs/wk
||Campus grounds maintenance: moving, weeding, sweeping, planting & watering of plant material. Raking leaves & snow removal. Dependable. Must be able to work a min. 3 hour shift.
||Please obtain an application from PFOC Dispatch located at 146 Hill St.
||277 Broadway Building Room 307 (next to CBA)
||Student Graphic Designer
||Update existing print & electronic art, & develop new design concepts. Work with creative director, designers, writers, etc. Art student should be finishing junior year & starting senior year in Fall 2005. Hours available immediately but student must be taking classes during the summer & be available to work from Summer 2005 to Summer 2006.
||Student must demonstrate proficiency in QuarkXPress, Illustrator/Freehand & Photoshop software. Mac Equipment Used; portfolio, self-motivated & enthusiasm. If interested, email: JD Spinner at email@example.com
||McDowell Law Center Room 211
||Labeling & processing of library materials, photocopying, basic database maintenance, campus errands, shelving, filing, & various duties as assigned. Must be able to pay attention to detail, filing skills, typing skills & basic computer skills. Must be dependable & work when scheduled.
||Fill out an application in at Law library Circulation. DO NOT CALL. Prefer students who might work subsequent semesters as well. Can fill out an application from 8a.m.-11p.m. M-F, 9a.m.-6p.m. Sat., or 12-11p.m Sun.
||FALL & SPRING: Enforce rules, supervise bathers, provide emergency care, and perform other tasks as needed.
||ARC Lifeguard & CPR certification must be current.
|Residence Life & Housing
||Ritchie Residence Hall Room 119
||Student Graphic Artist
||SPRING: Seeking an enthusiastic student skilled in graphic artwork, i.e. posters, booklets, table tents, flyers, banners, etc. Must be able to work with Publisher XP or PowerPoint. Great experience opportunity to design and create publicity and student will be assigned programming duties as required.
||Computer Graphic Design, software i.e. Publisher, PowerPoint, etc..
|Residence Life & Housing
||Residence Hall Service Desks
||$5.15 ($6.15/grave yard)
||FALL & SPRING: Service desk staff are stationed at the service desk of each residence hall. They are available to assist students and staff as well as any visitors. Duties include: answering service desk telephone, checking hall identification, answering questions from students and/or parents, & logging access to residence hall computer labs.
||All service desk staff are directly responsible to the Residence Life Coordinator and/or Senior RA of the building in which they are employed. They are employed during the regular academic year, though some employment opportunities may exist in the summer.
||LEGO Marketing Manager
||Flexible / Mornings, Afternoons
||Collaborate with and assist Coordinator for Campus Events. Consult printing organizations to determine their capabilities and pricing. Coordinate marketing pieces for the Student Union. Generate ideas for marketing events at the Union. (Full Job description on file in Office of Student Employment).
||To apply, drop off a cover letter and resume to the Infocenter in the Student Union. Materials must be submitted by Monday, March 7th at noon.
||Ass't LEGO Manager for Graphic Design & Production
||Min. 20; Max 30
||Assist the LEGO Marketing Manager and Coordinator for Campus Events. Creation of semester/annual traditional marketing pieces; Execute marketing request from design to print once received from LEGO Marketing Manager. Attend all supervisory meetings, manager meetings, area meetings and mentor meetings.
||Major in Marketing, sales, advertising, graphic design, or related fields, Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to meet project deadlines. Complete description in office.
||Guzzetta Hall Room 255
||SPRING: Use of MAC computer software, digital camera, video converter, CD recording. Additional duties include: design studio organizing, framing, titeling & typing. Must have familiarity with MAC computer software. Student assistants will also assist the faculty supervisors.