Work Study Jobs for the 2013/2014 Academic Year
This list is updated on a daily basis.
Please note that the jobs posted below represent only those that were submitted to our office to date. The list is updated on a regular basis, however, students are encouraged to contact departments directly regarding the availability of other work study positions that are not listed here.
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- If you are eligible for federal work-study and interested in one of these positions, contact the job supervisor directly.
- An award of Federal Work Study is not a guarantee of a job. These positions are competitive and it is up to the student to be pro-active in pursuing employment.
- 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.
- For Direct Deposit of your paycheck, complete the Direct Deposit Authorization Form.
- Work study employers who wish to post a job should complete the Job Request Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office.
- The 2013/2014 Academic Work Study Payroll Schedule is available here.
Academic Year Work Study Jobs begin Monday, August 26, 2013 through Thursday, May 15, 2014.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Tutor students for 4-6 hours per week in double-entry bookkeeping and financial forms preparation.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent skills in double-entry bookkeeping and financial forms preparation. Good interpersonal skills.2013-10-07 15:02:07
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Strafford County UNH Cooperative Extension office is seeking a work study student to assist with administrative support of UNH Cooperative Extension programs in Youth and Family, 4-H, Nutrition Connections, Community and Economic Development, Food and Agriculture, and Natural Resources.
Work could include database management, communications support (e.g. developing and editing brochures or flyers), assisting with website updates, research, project support, or general administrative assistance.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should be reliable, willing to learn, comfortable interacting with children and the public, and willing to be part of our office “team”. Candidates familiar with Microsoft Office, Adobe programs as well as social and digital media are preferred. Knowledge of UNH Cooperative Extension programs is a plus.2013-11-25 14:47:04
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
UNH Physics is partnering with Xemed LLC, a spinoff company, to automate scientific instruments containing lasers, vacuum pumps, and magnetism for medical and commercial applications. We're looking for talented programmers to join our team.
Knowledge of C/C++
Aptitude for programming and software
Motivation to learn new skills
Interest in widely-used commercial C# and .NET platforms
Opportunity to interface processes using LabView software
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide service to in a high volume dining facility serving the university community. Positions available in food concepts, beverage attendants, dish room and food prep. Stillings Hall is open Monday – Friday and offers four hour shifts. Must be able to work 8:00-12:00 noon, 12:00 – 4:00pm, 5:00 – 9:00pm or 5:30 – 9:30pm. Interested applicants need to provide a completed class schedule along with two (2) original forms of identifications.
Accepted forms of identification can be seen at http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9_cnmi.pdfsocial
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Positive attitude, dependability and the ability to work quickly and efficiently are traits that will make you the most qualified candidate for this position.2013-07-22 13:43:48
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Web designer wanted to work 20 or more hrs/week at Earth Systems Research Center / EOS / UNH. Employee will build artistic front-end interfaces for web mapping and project web pages related to Earth Systems Science.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Homework Lab Tutor sought for SOCC Afterschool Program in Dover. Responsibilities include supporting elementary-level Homework Lab classroom, tutoring individual students, and facilitating academic enrichment activities after school (3-6pm).
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in school/youth programs, availability during afterschool hours.2013-09-05 11:44:34
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Accompany student to and from classes,remain present for the duration of the class. during additional time between
(& occasionally after) classes, candidate may accompany students to MUB, Library,etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ideal candidate must be punctual, open-minded and courteous. A general familiarity with Autism, Spectrum Disorders (or willingness to learn) is a plus.
class hours needed to be filled:
Thursdays 3:40-5:00 Fridays 12:10-1:00
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Kindergarten Teaching Assistant will help create a warm and nurturing learning environment for young students. The ideal candidate will be creative, flexible, caring, punctual and an excellent problem solver. Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to: leading small group learning engagements (planned by the classroom teacher), setting up activities, recess duty, and general prep work. This would be an excellent fit for someone looking to gain elementary experience.
-At least 9 credits in Education or a related field
-Experience working with young children strongly preferred
-Must be available Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00-3:30 or Wednesday from 9:00-12:00
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Tutor Thompson School of Applied Science students in College Algebra and Trigonometry at Cole Hall, Thompson School. Expect 4-6 set hours per week. $8.00 per hour.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum grades of A in your math classes, overall GPA of B. Must be approved for College Work Study.2013-09-30 14:02:01
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Help tutor and mentor youth (6-18 years old) at after-school program. Assist with numerous enrichment activities including but not limited to, recreational activities and arts and crafts.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Previous experience with children or coursework in education, recreation or related field2013-08-22 10:41:36
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties range from event planning and advertisement to maintaining Facebook page and online registration software. Responsible for administrative tasks such as: compiling roster forms, data management, pursuing creative forms of advertising, conducting surveys. Also responsible for volunteer recruitment and placement. There is a possibility for continued employment throughout the Summer months.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have completed a minimum of 2yrs. coursework/studies in one of the following concentrations: OE, RMP, HHS, Youth Development. Creative, outgoing, organized individual will succeed.2013-11-14 09:37:46
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Facilitate the inclusion of a child with a developmental disability into the activity of their choice in the community. Responsible for their safety and usually for transportation to the activity. Need a car.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Interest in working with young people with disabilities. Experience is great but not necessary.2013-07-03 13:10:11
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The program runs 2 - 6 P.M., Monday - Friday and during school vacations. It serves Kittery children in grades K-8. Activities include sports, crafts, trips, etc.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Age 18+, experience with children a plus2013-06-17 09:55:45
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Entry level web developer-programmer wanted to work 20 or more hrs/week at Earth Systems Research Center / EOS / UNH. Employee will build web mapping and on-line GIS applications for project web pages related to Earth Systems Science.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Good Computer programming abilities are a must. Preferable proficiency in Python, Java, perl, Django, CSS and Open Layers. Ability to work independently after receiving instructions required. Other desirable skills: GIS and graphic design.2013-07-31 08:49:23
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CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Phonathon calls UNH’s alumni and parents, updates them on campus news and solicits gifts for the University. This is an excellent opportunity to get involved, make new friends, network with alumni, do something great for the University, and get paid for it!
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Dependable, strong oral communication skills and proper telephone etiquette, friendly, good people skills, and passionate for UNH!
Job Perks: $8.50/hr + rewards like gift certificates to your favorite restaurants, great work environment, meet other UNH students, play games every shift,build your resume, walk to work on-campus, you choose your schedule!2013-08-02 08:28:37
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: We’re looking for a friendly, personable employee who likes to help others solve their computer problems. Computer repair experience is not necessary (we will train the right applicant) but an interest in computers is a plus. Previous customer service experience is desired but not required. If you are available to work between the hours of 11am-2pm Monday through Friday please contact us.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have a valid driver's license in good standing, a clean driving record, and be able to take and pass a defensive driving course. Must be able to lift and move 50 lbs. Must be dependable and trustworthy. Customer service or IT experience is a plus.
Applicants must qualify for work study.2013-12-05 17:21:07
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Meets with assigned students on a weekly basis for up to two hours a
- Typically works with students on reviewing course material, practicing problems, developing study
strategies and problem-solving skills
- Attends an initial orientation and biweekly supervision meetings, and has the opportunity for
- Maintains ongoing communication with their supervisor, TRIO Tutorial Coordinator
- Completes weekly documentation and end-of-semester evaluations
- Received an A or B in the course(s) you are willing to tutor/facilitate
- Faculty recommendation in the course you intend to tutor/facilitate
- Ability to explain material from a variety of vantage points
- Effective interpersonal skills and ability to project a positive attitude toward subject area
- Strong degree of patience and desire to help others
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
Must be available to attend semester training and biweekly supervision meetings
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: SYC staff assists in all aspects of planning the program and enrichments. They provide academic support during homework time, assist in enrichments and supervises students during health and wellness activities. SYC Staff acts as a positive role model and mentor to middle school youth and elementary students.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: SYC staff is enthusiastic, motivated, and loves working with children. Experience is preferred.2013-09-04 09:56:28
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting teachers and working with children from infancy through 6 yrs.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with young children and early childhood credits preferred, but not required.2013-08-16 11:11:10
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting teachers and working with children ages infant - kindergarten
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with children is preferred. Also, 1 credit in ECE such as child development or early education childhood. Priority given to students that have current first aid and CPR certifications. Please apply at www.chhs.unh.edu/csdc/students/employment2013-07-25 14:53:56
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct surveys over telephone for research. Must be able to work nights and weekends. Minimum of 12 hours per week.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Basic computer skills, good speaking voice.2013-06-19 11:14:15
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties: to compose brief videos of graduate student research projects consisting of in-person interviews of graduate students along with Powerpoint slides created by the graduate student that describe their research project.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum qualifications: enrolled in a biological science major in COLSA, having completed courses in general biology, as well as some of the following: genetics, microbiology, nutrition, biochemistry2013-08-29 13:33:21
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Student will transcribe interviews from a wetlands-policy research project. Transcription involves listening to interview audio files and typing in what is heard to create a text document of the interview.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Student must: 1) be able to type and focus intently for several hours at a time and 2) be self-motivated; and 3) be able to work independently. Interest in wetlands, environmental policy, or natural resources a plus.2013-08-30 11:52:30