Summer 2013 Work Study Jobs
This list is updated on a daily basis.
For students: If you are eligible for summer federal work-study and interested in one of these positions, contact the job supervisor directly. All employment forms for on-campus positions may be obtained from your supervisor. For off-campus positions, forms are available in the Financial Aid Office.
- Work study employers who wish to post a job should complete the Job Request Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office.
- The Summer 2013 Work Study Payroll Schedule.
- For Direct Deposit of your paycheck, complete the Direct Deposit Authorization Form.
Business Services - Room 12, Stoke Hall, 11 Garrison Ave
Earleen Fernald - (603) 862-1457 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist in office duties: filing, sorting, scanning, computer work, answering phones, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research - Thompson Hall
Kathy Cataneo - (603) 862-0357 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Copy, collate, and distribute materials; label and prepare materials for binders and files; filing, organizing materials, creating spreadsheets; updating electronic files; meeting logistics, including scheduling rooms, people, and preparing materials and nametags, and assisting with technology needs; draft correspondence and reports
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Very organized, excellent computer skills, attention to detail, excellent communication skills, familiarity with Word and Excel
NH Agricultural Experiment Station - Woodman Research Farm
John McLean - (603) 868-2345 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Plot maintenance, farm maintenance.
Garden Teaching Assistant
UNH Child Study + Development Center - Growing a Green Generation Project
Beth Hallett - (603) 862-2835 - email@example.com
$9/hr, 10-12 hours per week
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Working directly with children (infant-k) and teachers to support plant science curriculum in outddor garden.
- Maintaining outdoor Learning Garden - weeding, watering, mowing, and helping children tend to plants
-Horticulture, plant science, education background preferred but not necessary
-Responsible, takes initiative, follows through with tasks
-Must have several morning available to work
Registrar’s Office, Graduation – Stoke Hall, 11 Garrison Ave
Jonathan Paul - (603) 862-1594 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Using multiple reports/lists for reference, accurate sort and file paperwork. Input data into the BANNER computer system. Prepare material for US and campus mail. Other duties as assigned within the Registrar’s Office.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality are important. Previous office work experience preferred. Ability to quickly learn and navigate databases and word processing programs is an asset. Availability for entire summer strongly desired. Please submit resume with references via email.
Biological Sciences – Rudman Hall, Room 101
Lise Mahoney - (603) 496-7879 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Care and maintenance of experimental plant populations in greenhouse and field.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Some prior experience with plants is desirable.
Financial & Administrative Systems Team (FAST) Controller’s Office – 1 Leavitt Lane
Scott Drolet - (603) 862-1332 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: The UNH/USNH Financial & Administrative Systems Team (FAST) has an IT Assistant position available for students who are eligible for 2012 summer work study. This position offers opportunities to learn and use document imaging systems, database management systems, and financial accounting systems. Students will have an opportunity to put some of their college learning to practical use. USNH Financial Services offers a pleasant work environment and flexible hours. Must be reliable, able to work with sensitive data, detail oriented and work independently. Looking for 20 plus hours a week. If you are interest, please call Scott Drolet to schedule an interview. Or, send email to email@example.com
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Basic computer skills and ability to work with limited supervision.
CEPS, Office of the Dean – Kingsbury Hall, W289
Carole Berry - (603) 862-3102 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Filing to include maintenance and cleansing of past files. Mail pick up and distribution to departments; posting to and maintenance of college bulletin boards; database updates; creation of special reports utilizing various research methods; assisting with preparations and hosting of various events to include incoming student orientation, CEPS scholarship ceremony, and open houses. Flexible hours. Position may be extended to academic year.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Organized and detailed oriented; basic computer skills to include MS Office; dependable.
Please submit resume to email@example.com
Office and Event Assistant
UNH Cooperative Extension 4-H - 180 Main St., Moiles House, Durham
Rhiannon Beauregard - (603) 862-2188 - firstname.lastname@example.org
$8 - $9
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
· On-campus office and off-campus event assistance
· On-site responsibilities include: administrative tasks in preparing for events (laminating, copying, nametag making, labels, data entry, managing entries, etc), evaluating events, organizing and inventorying resources, and other various tasks
· Off-site responsibilities include: assisting with event management at one-day and multi-day events
· Schedule is specific to events and may not be a weekly schedule
· Must be able to lift and move heavy objects (tables, boxes, etc)
· 4-H or FFA leadership experience is preferred
· Must have experience with Office/Excel/Word/Publisher/Adobe and feel confident in data entry and preparing spreadsheets · to track data.
· Organizational skills, dependability, and attention to detail are a must
· Good communication skills both verbally and via email
· Ability to ask questions for clarity is necessary
· Creativity and an interest in event planning and working with youth strongly preferred
· Access to own transportation preferred
Policy Research Assistant: Wetlands Policy Research
Natural Resource and Earth Systems Science Program - Newmarket, NH
Jessica Veysey Powell - (603) 659-2980 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Will help transcribe research interviews, which will involve listening to digital audio recordings or interviews and creating a text file of what is heard. 20-25 hrs/wk
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to type quickly, listen closely, and be focused for extended periods of time. Ability to type for extended time periods. Interest in wetlands management a plus.
Cooperative Extension Military Youth and Family Programs - Pettee Hall
Commensurate with experience
PROGRAM INFORMATION: The UNH Cooperative Extension (CE) Military Youth & Family Program strives to create networks of support for the children of Guard and Reserve families, connect youth with recreational, social and educational programs, and foster community understanding about the impact of the deployment cycle on the military member, family, child and larger community. While many of our programs focus on providing quality youth development opportunities to military youth, there are also many “behind the scenes” tasks and responsibilities related to the success of these programs, events, and camps.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Assist in planning/implementation of various programs (involves working with community organizations and military youth and personnel in various capacities)
· Organize and/or attend seminars, trainings, and workshops
· Organize and/or attend team meetings (includes preparing agendas, minutes)
· Assist with writing brochures, reports, grants, proposals, and marketing materials, such as fliers, press releases, etc.
· Update and maintain budget information
· Keep track of/operate equipment in our Mobile Technology Lab (laptops, cameras, etc.)
· Maintain necessary program files/records
· Assist in compiling information for grant proposals, as well as assisting in subsequent reporting
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Strong verbal and written communication skills, friendly and professional telephone manner, good computer skills desired with an aptitude for understanding technology. Must have a strong work ethic, pay close attention to detail, and possess good organizational skills. The successful candidate will be able to prioritize tasks and effectively handle requests from multiple staff members in a fast-paced environment, often working against a deadline. Must be able to work both independently, and as part of a team, collaborating effectively with coworkers and other professionals. Reliability is a must.
There is a possibility this position may extend into the academic year for interested candidates.
Please email your qualifications and interest noting “Workstudy Position” in the subject line of the email.
Soils Lab Assistant
UNH Cooperative Extension, Spaulding Hall G28
Suzanne Hebert - (603) 862-3200 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Primary responsibilities include: preparing soil and plant tissues for shipment and data entry. Other responsibilities include: general office support such as filing and copying. Additional tasks may be assigned. 10-15hrs/wk
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Data entry experience, knowledge of Word and Excel, ability to problem solve. Must be dependable and detail-oriented.
The Child Study and Development Center, 22 O'Kane Road, Durham, NH 03824
Lisa Ranfos, Center Manager - (603) 862-2833 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting teachers and working with children ages: infants to kindergarten
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Prefer experience working with children (1) Credits in ECE such as Child Development and Early Childhood Education.(*)
(*) Please apply at www.chhs.unh.edu/csdc/students/employment
(1) Priority given to students that have current First Aid and CPR certifications
Teacher Evaluation Assistant
Institutional Research & Assessment, Thompson Hall 301
Toni Taylor - (603) 862-2415 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Assist in the processing of student evaluations of teaching forms for Spring 2013. Review scan sheets, prep for scanning, disperse reports, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Reliability, organization of tasks
Research Computing & Instrumentation – Morse Hall, Room 332
Jennifer Sorrell - (603) 862-0201 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Generate internal process and end-user application documentation. 8-20 hours per week.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Strong technical writing and work processing skills required. Proficiency or interest in structured drawing programs and/or html preferred.
UNH Survey Center – Huddleston Hall, 73 Main St
Martha Belanger - (603) 862-4367 - firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Conduct surveys over the telephone for research. Nights and weekends required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Good speaking voice, basic computer skills.
Web Solutions, Academic Technology – Dimond Library G
Cynthia Cargill - (603) 862-2334 - email@example.com
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Maintenance of a variety of web sites including content modifications, updating broken links, and some graphic modification/creation. Applicants must have experience with content Management Systems, HTML, CSS Dreamweaver, Photoshop and/or Fireworks and possess good attention to detail. Other duties as needed. Please email your resume to Cynthia.Cargill@unh.edu
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Basic HTML, and ability to learn.