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DepartmentHoursWage/ HourNo. of PositionsPositions AvailableJob TitleLocationPurposeDutiesQualificationsSupervisorTelephoneEmail Address
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Accounting MBA5.5$7.251FULLAdministrative AssistantGateridge 246To assist in building NACElink employer and student databases.Research employers and invite students and employers to participate in the NACElink network. Other administrative duties as assigned.Experience with Excel, internet research and data entry.Sylvia Richards641-472-1128srichards@mum.edu
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Alumni5.5$7.251Social Networking AssistantGateridge #233ongoing support of everyday alumni office activitieshelp maintain social networks and support website content generation, take photos and videos,serve as liaison between student and alumni activities, support with customer service and minor administrative dutiessocial networking, Microsoft OfficeJosh Wilsonx1190jwilson@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.2521Ceramics Lab AssistantArt Bldg-lower levelTo carry out operations and maintenance of ceramics studio (and from time to time other studios)Keeping the studio organized, maintaining studio equipment and materials. Preparation for classes, inventory and ordering, building equipment, loading and firing kilns, etc.Organized, good with hands, experience with tools.Jim Shrosbree472-7000 x5032jshrosbree@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251 Ceramics Studio Assistant Team LeaderArt Bldg-lower levelTo help faculty with operations and maintenance of the ceramics studioKeeping the studio organized, maintaining studio equipment and materials. preparation for classes, inventory and ordering, building equipment, loading and firing kilns, etc.Organized, good with hands, experience with tools.Jim Shrosbree472-7000 x5032jshrosbree@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251 Painting Studio AssistantArt CenterAssisting faculty with painting and drawing facilitiesThis student work study position will support faculty in the maintenance of the painting, drawing and screen printing studios. tasks involved are:
patching and painting walls; repairing easels; maintaining order in equipment rooms; clean up and general order in the studios assisting faculty in installing exhibitions in the galleries and open spaces. This student may also need to help with exhibition installation or fabrication of fixtures for the Art Department.
Resonsible, good with tools, flexible, willing to learn Jim Shrosbree472-7000 x5032jshrosbree@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251 Print and Gallery AssistantArt centerTo maintain photo labMaintain lab, mix chemicals, keep inventory, assist students and faculty, maintain security and orderliness.Photo lab experienceGenevra BellX5035art@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251 Photolab assistant/screen printingArt Centerhelp faculty/staff with upkeep and maintenance of the screen printing dept. and photolab.Tasks include cleaning, stretching screens, painting walls, general upkeep, etc.Genevra BellX5035art@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251FULLSculpture Studio AssistantArt BuildingTo support activities in sculpture studio and general studiosKeeping the studios organized, maintaining room equipment and materials. building shelves, preparation for classes, ordering, revitalizing the foundry building.Organized, good with hands, experience with tools, art student preferredDale Divoky472-7000 x4114ddivoky@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251FULLSlide LibrarianArt Bldg/libraryTo maintain order in the slide library and expand library, to maintain smooth functioning of unity galleryCatalog new slides, restock returned slides, arrange slides for lectures, photograph artwork, scan slides, make new digital slides and other office duties. Work with gallery director to set up shows, and maintain physical gallery, also sit with shows, advertise, etc.Background in art on art history preferred (attention to detail tasks), good physical staminaM. Beaufort/G. Bell472-2457mbeaufort@mum.edu
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Art5.5$7.251 Woodshop AssistantArt Bldg-lower levelKeep woodshop functioningKeep machinery in good repair: clean, organized, safetyPrior experience with woodworking machines and their upkeepDale Divoky469-3335 or x4114ddivoky@mum.edu
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Child care4.66$931Child care providerMSAE child careTo care for children during program (5:00-7:00 PM)Child care, room maintenance, being puctual, dependable for 0 school year.Enjoy being creative and playfulResponsible, dependable, enjoys young children; also clean, sweep floors, etc.Rebecca BellonciDial 8-5100rbellonci@msae.edu
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Computer Science3.6$101FULLAdmissions Office AssistantMCLaughlinDesignated School Official postionThe DSO position is responsible for making I-20's for international students that are accepted to the MS in Computer Science programPrior approval as DSOMaryam Naraghix 1153intadmis1@mum.edu
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Development of Cons.4.8$7.52FULLMeditation Hall SupervisorAH NorthOversee group program for meditating studentsCome fifteen minutes before meditation starts, open computer, make sure each student's attendance is properly recorded in the computer, close computer, see that the group meditation runs smoothly, and stay until most students leave. Each program takes about one hour.Experienced meditator or sidha who enjoys being in group meditation and can commit to being on time for each program and staying alert during meditation.Kris WoodX1114kwood@mum.edu
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Development of Cons.4.8$7.51FULLMeditation Hall Supervisorhigh rises - menoverssee group program for meditating studentscome fifteen minutes before meditation starts, open computer, make sure each student's attendance is properly recorded in the computer, close computer, see that the group meditation runs smoothly, and stay until most students leave. Each program takes about 1 hourPaul HandelmanX1116phandel@mum.edu
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Development of Cons.4.8$7.52FULLSidhis Prog. Supervisor - all ladiesAH NorthEnsure that the program runs smoothlyTake attendance. Take care of or report any problems that arise related to program or the program hallMust be a Sidha with good program attendance already. Must commit to being at the early program every day.Kris WoodX1114kwood@mum.edu
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Development of Cons.4.8$7.51FULLSidhis Prog. Supervisor - all menBuilding 143Ensure that the program runs smoothlyTake attendance. Take care of or report any problems that arise related to program or the program hallMust be a Sidha with good program attendance already. Must commit to being at the early program every day.Paul HandelmanX1116phandel@mum.edu
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Enl. Leadership Program3$123FULLassistantsactive members of ELI/ELP, highly organized, self motivated and good team player.organize campus/regional and global events for ELP int' l programs, website and social media maintenance, outreach to university campuses and TM centers worldwide,global networking.Adrienne SchoenfeldX1250 or425-736-1988aschoenfeld@mum.edu
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Evaluation5.5$7.252 Research AssistantVeda Bhavan # 105To assist director with institutional research projects.Research assistant will assist with student testing preparations, administer student tests when needed, and help to prepare and enter data.  Assistant will be responsible for doing library research, write summary reports, and help to edit and prepare institutional reports, as well as helping to write research manuscripts.
Student should have excellent writing skills.  Experience searching online databases. Working knowledge of MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowePoint) and databases (e.g., FileMaker Pro).  Knowledge of statistical software is a plus.Michael Farrer641 472 7000 x3328mfarrer@mum.edu
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Exercise/Sports4.75$8.253 Coach/asst. coach/managerRec. CenterThe purpose of this position is to teach and coach sports and to manage sports teams.Prepare practices, coach, set up schedules for matches and generally administer a team. Players may be students and general public.Experience training and coaching of the selected sport.Ken Daley472-1163kdaley@mum.edu
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Exercise/Sports4.75$8.251 Fitness / administrative assistantRec. CenterAn assistant to the undergraduate Fitness Coordinator in charge of fitness assessment as well as data entry.Administer fitness assessments, enter data on "Activity Journals". If qualified act as a fitness trainer. Teach basic and advanced weight training if qualified.Required; Basic computer skills, understanding of basic fitness trainingTania Kalamara472-1163kdaley@mum.edu
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Exercise/Sports4.75$8.2552Recreation InstructorsRec. CenterThe purpose is to teach a wide variety of recreation classes to students, staff and general publicPreparation of the recreation class, teaching the class, and administration of facilities and equipmentExperience teaching the recreation/sport/dance class.Ken Daley472-1163kdaley@mum.edu
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Exercise/Sports4.75$8.252FULLRock Climbing Wall SupervisorRec. CenterOpen and supervise climbing wallTo open, supervise, belay and close the climbing wall in the MUM Fitness and Recreation Center.A background in climbing. Very mature and responsible attitude.Ken Daley472-1163kdaley@mum.edu
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Facilities Man.5.5$7.251 Landscape Gardening (part-time)Argiro outsideMaintain potted plants outside of buildingMonitor and water plants in containers as needed. Takes about 10 minutes, but may need to be done daily. Also pick up trash in Argiro garden and plaza. Maintain/clean fountain occasionally. Other small jobs as needed.Melissa Pearson472-1159mpearson@mum.edu
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Film4.5$101FULLMarketing/PR assistant DL MA in filmHeadley Hallmarkt. Assist exp. In video editing, graphic design, writing, P/Rcreate/design promo materials, edit promo. Videos for dept. manage social media outreach efforts, etc.video editing experience.Eden West209-5171ewest@mum.edu
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Film4.5$85FULLHelpersHeadley HallSupport many areas of programcreate promo. Videos,organize Headley Hall and Verrill Hall production studio, help equipment specialist.Eden West209-5171ewest@mum.edu
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Golden Dome Cafe5$854CookGolden Dome CafeAssistant to chefMenu planning, recipe developmentCooking and menu experienceDolores Johnson641 472-7000 Ext. 5310ramm55@lisco.com
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Argiro Student Cafe5.5$7.2521Café veggie prep/dishwasherCafé, MarketTo provide a cafe/gathering place catering to MUM students' needs and desires and fulfill the request for "students serving students."Food prep and cleanup, cooking, cashieringIf no previous experience cooking, must be willing and able to train. Must be competent communicating with customers/co-workers and trustworthy  and competent handling money.Donna Schechtman641-451-5090nudona@yahoo.com
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KHOE5.5$7.251 Radio Station Assistant TechnicianVerrill HallTo maintain the smooth running of our radio station in accordance with FCC requirementsFill in daily log files, create daily playlists and schedules, recording when necessaryBasic computer skills, willingness to learn the art of Consciousness Based communication and broadcastingStan Stansberry641-469-5463khoe@mum.edu
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Library4.66$98FULLLibrary AssistantLibraryTo assist the director in various projects and activities.Library Assistants should be flexible regarding assignments and capable of doing a wide variety of tasks including but not limited to data entry, cleaning, shelving books, checking books in and out, interacting with patrons, and completing work projects for the Director and Assistant DirectorAbility to demonstrate basic work skills such as being on time and howing up for shifts, ability to follow instructions, ability to tolerate repetitive physical and mental tasks, demonstrate good customer service skills, possess moderate computer skills at a minimum, good oral communication skills, exhibit attention to detail and have the following qualities: reliable, prompt, courteous, flexible, orderly, mature and friendly. All student helpers are also expected to comply with University and Library rulesMartin SchmidtX3733mschmidt@mum.edu
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Maharishi Vedic Science5.5$7.251 Director, Sanskrit tutorsVeda BhavanTo organize and direct tutors for students who are behind the class in learning of SanskritInterface with faculty; find rooms; interface with students the first part of the morningGraduate degree in MVS, thorough knowledge of SanskritFred Travis641-472-1209ftravis@mum.edu
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Math (MUM)5.5$7.2521Math tutorMc Laughlintutor students who are taking math classes and grade assignments as time allowstutor basic math,elem. Algebra, interm.algebra,functions and graphs 1 and 2,math for Sust.Liiving and geometry for the artist.Math or Comp.Sci major or significant undergrduate math experienceAnne DowX3431madow@Mum.edu
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Media/Communications5.5$7.2531Administrative AssistantArt CenterMaintaining the studio we have Media and Communication classes in.Re-organizing the entire room, labeling items, organizing equipment, troubleshooting equipment, organizing for repair or replacement of equipmentFamiliar with equipment in the media field, responsible, reliable, detail-oriented, M&C student preferred Noah BuntainX5031mc@mum.edu
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Media/Communications5.5$7.251 Graphics DesignerArt CenterTo help with the research and purchasing of new equipment for the department, as well as working on publicity projects for the department.Promoting several upcoming events in the department via posters, promotional videos, etc. To help renovate and re-decorate room 112, which is going to be am important space for our department. It will be a multi-purpose space for presentations, student meetings, class sessions, studio sessions, visitors weekends etc. To help renovate and give artistic expression to the M & C rooms.Knowledgeable with equipment in the media field, graphic designer skills, proficient with Adobe software i.e. Photoshop, InDesign, Final Cut, etc. M&C student preferred Noah BuntainX5031mc@mum.edu
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Media/Communications5.5$7.251Equipment room advisorArt Centersupport equipment specialist in organizing, maintaining and distributing media equipmentOrganize, maintain, distribute and keep track of any equipment given out.Noah BuntainX5031mc@mum.edu
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Media/Communications5.5$7.251 Marketing AssistantArt CenterWorking on publicity projects for the department.Promoting several upcoming events and aspects of our department via posters, promotional videos, newsletters, etc. Creating promotional videos of our department for the Marketing team to use on our website.Proficient with Adobe software i.e. Photoshop, InDesign, Final Cut, etc. M&C student preferred Noah BuntainX5031mc@mum.edu
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MSAE Sports4.66$962Coaching sportsFieldhouseCoaching sportsAll aspects of coaching, teaching skills, setting practice, scheduling, fundamentals, going to games, leadership4 years of practice in chosen sports; good leadersip qualities, focused, conscientious, excellent role modelRig Gelfand919-6723rgelfand@msae.edu
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MSAE Tutor4.66$92FULLMath Middle/Upper school tutorFamily HomesTo provide support to students who need extra help in Core Plus Integrated Math and/or Algebra I. I/Geometry.One-on-one teaching and assistance with reading skills. Will meet with student one hour, 2-3 days/wk..Proficiency in teaching reading. Patience and the desire to work with young children.Jeremy Jones1154381jjones@msae.edu
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MSAE Tutor2.67$153FULLReading Tutor K through 6th gradeMSAETo provide support to young students who need extra help in Reading.One-on-one teaching and assistance with study skills. Will meet with student one hour, 2-3 days/wk, evening and/or weekend times.Proficiency in mathematics through Algebra II.  Patience and the desire to work with Middle/Upper School students.Laura BordowX8-5070lbordow@msae.edu
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Music - Creative Arts5.5$7.252 HelpersLib.Bldg-lower levelHelp expand the new Creative Musical Arts program through office support and a news blog.1. Office support for the department, such as photocopying, organizing and filing books and sheet music, keeping the practice rooms clean, keeping track of music equipment. 2. Creating and maintaining a music blog to announce events and highlight student experiences, photos, audio and video clips of classes, concerts, student projects, visiting artists, etc. This blog will be for current and prospective students, alumni, members of the department's advisory council, and donors.Good writer, well organized and neat, familiar with computer software for blogging and uploading audio & video content.Isabelle Matzkin641-233-7003imatzkin@mum.edu
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Physiology and Health5.5$7.254 AssistantsVeda BhavanSet up and run student clinicScheduling, forms, communications, publicityPH studentJessica BrowerX1219physiology@mum.edu
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Physiology and Health5.5$7.252Tutors (one per semester)Veda Bhavanhelp with Bio (fall) and Physics (Sp) for Physiology studentshelp students understand concepts and successfully completed the course(s) they will be tutoringreliable, patient and creative in the delivery of their services.Jessica BrowerX1219physiology@mum.edu
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Recreation Center4.75$8.251FULLDesigner/Advertising AssistantRec CenterTo make postersDesign art, assist with projectsMac/pc, photoshop, pagesKen DaleyX1163kdaley@mum.edu
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Recreation Center4.75$8.251810Front Desk StaffRec. CenterTo keep the standards of the Recreation Center high, and provide a clean environment for patrons.Keep the Recreation Center and equipment clean, assist patrons with checking out bikes and other various available equipment, answer the phone, manage tennis sheets, and do sporadic odd jobs.Good time-management, ability to follow direction, ability to clean, good observational skills.Belinda WiseX1112 or X2247wisebelinda85@gmail.co
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SCI5.5$7.252 Publishing AssistantVeda Bhavan #110To assist in the preparation of ongoing publication projects and SCI materials.To help prepare SCI Course materials, to receive/deliver teaching materials, to help set up SCI classrooms, and to help maintain archives. Will be learning and using programs for formatting texts, in addition to transcription, proofing, and editing of documents. Must have taken SCI, requires current driver's license, strong physiology an asset for some lifting. Requires a high degree of computer skills, in addition to keyboarding; knowledge of programs in Adobe Creative Suite helpful.Dara Llewellyn472-7000 x-3317dllewell@mum.edu
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Student Activities5.5$7.2532Event AssistantArgiro etc.To help in all student events as a general assistant in organization, set up, take down, food catering, audio visual, and immediate needs of the event.Work times may be in the afternoons, evenings and weekend, depending on the event. Responsible, takes initiative and manages time, people and space well. Prepared to assist in general preparation of event, during the event, and take-down. Duties may involve audio-visual tech, serving food, decoration, and transportation of heavy equipment.Audio-visual tech skills or willingness and ability to learn, positive attitude, ability to be flexible and prepared during events, initiative to problem-solve and make the event run smoothly. Needs to be able to lift heavy equipment. Sasha Kyssa641-472-1104stuactiv@mum.edu
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Student Activities5.5$7.251FULLphotographerArgiro etc.Attends all student events to take pictures and video of the events.Take pictures and video at all events, then edits and publishes them online for students to view and media to use.Must be a great at digital photography and video and photo and video editing. Also has to be able to upload and post photos and videos on the net. Must have initiative and responsibility.Sasha Kyssa641-472-1104stuactiv@mum.edu
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Student Activities5.5$7.251FULLSocial Media CoordinatorArgiro, etc.Maintain a strong online presence for Student Activities office and publicize events via mass media.when a new event is organized, the soc. Media coordinator will work with Student Government in broadcasting the event information via mass text, facebook and twitter.Sasha Kyssa641-472-1104stuactiv@mum.edu
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Student Government4.8$7.57FULLGSC OfficialsArgiroOverall administration of Student Government, including financesRepresent student body and communicate students' needs/desires to administration; sponsor winter celebration; publicize events; oversee clubs; sponsor events, clubs, dances, world congress.Treasurer nominated by GSC/elected officialsRod Eason641-472-1204reason@mum.edu
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Student Life5.5$7.2565Cafe workerVishwa Shanti CafeTo serve students in the cafe and make the cafe a great place for students to study, meet, and chillParticipate in the day-to-day operations of the cafe, including activities such as food and beverage preparation and service; cashiering; cleaning; planning; other duties to enhance the student experience in the cafeGood people skills; reliable, flexible, and trustworthy; happy to work in a dynamic environment; prior food service experience a plusSantoria RushX3915café@mum.edu
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Student Life4.8$7.51FULLCommunity buildersResidence HallTo create opportunities for students to work together to build a rich and coherent campus culture.Participation as orientation buddies during fall and spring orientations; serve as peer mentors throughout the year, and create community building events four times per semester.Friendly and outgoing; cumulative and semester GPA of at least 3.0; great organizational skills; must have completed one semester at MUM and follow through; a student in good standing; campus residential studentAlvaro MonasterioX4804amonasterio@mum.edu
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Student Life5.5$7.251FULLKitchen FacilitatorsRes.hall/141To oversee community usage of the kitchen in Hildenbrand and in 141.Work with the dorm residents to develop community standards for kitchen usage. Ensure that all students adhere to these standards. Maintain responsibility for the cleanliness and safety of the kitchens if community participation fails.Student must be elected or appointed to fill one of the following GSC positions by the student body in accordance with the GSC Charter: President of GSC, Student Forum President, World Congress President, Cultural Committee President, Sustainable Council President, and Treasurer
Alvaro MonasterioX4804amonasterio@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5-4$7.25-101 Bicycle Shop/Craft Room Supervisorold SL bldg/119To Organize and Maintain the West Workshop AreaThe student will develop the bicycle shop and craft room into a professional-looking, clean workspace, including putting up pegboards, shelves & racks and laying out procedures and rules for student workshop participation.Ability to use basic tools---drills, saws, etc, to organize work areas and to cooperate with other studentsMark Stimson641-919-6181mstimson@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.251FULLBiodiesel (seasonal work-study)Old SL bldg/106Advocate for and produce BiodieselPublic speaking, educational outreach, resource acquisition, Biodiesel productiongood communication skills, ability to lift over 40 lb, computer proficiencyRick Ryerse319-671-0590ryerse@gmail.com
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.251FULLSustainable Energy Assist (seasonal W/SSL #28monitor energy systems in SL new building;catchments, rainwater, water, solar, wind generators. and update and maintain biodiesel stations, coilelct oil and other materials and sell biodiesel and document salesUpdate and maintain biodiesel stations, collect oil and other materials, sell biodiesel and document sales - attend WS weekly meetingsGerry StoodX1164gstood@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.251Outreach CoordinatorSL BuildingTo research and post job and internship openings on our online database for the students and alumniWork with Diana to maintain the job/internship MUM databasesavvy on a computerDiana Krystofiak641-919-3645dkrystofiak@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.254FULLCompost Facility WorkersOld Sl bldg/116Ato analyze soil samples, make compost, brew compost tea, and help with lab managementcolletcing samples, gathering compost materials, maintaining compost piles, analyze compost and compost tea with microscopes, and do other compost/garden related tasks as directedenrolled as an SL major and in the Living Soil trackZac WrightX2313jzachwri@gmail.com
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.251FULLSL GreenhouseMaintain healthy plants and pond in new SL greenhouse;label plants for max. educational benefits and keep student lounge next to greenhouse tidy-Attend weekly W/S meetingsDavid FisherX2139dfisher@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5$7.2521Event assistantSL dept. #28help promote social eventshang posters, assist in promotion, help set up and take down events, maintain dept. bulletin boards, attend weekly W/S meets.Gerri StoodX1164gstood@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5$7.2521Garden/old greenhouseSL dept. #8Build, maintain and manage garden, greenhouse and composting systems in the SL department. Manage the SL student gardens, greenhouse, composting systems including hand tool organization and maintenance, mulching, ordering seeds, weeding, etc. and in general keeping the garden areas looking neat, organized, safe, and attractive. Daily monitoring and maintenance of composting systems. Build compost piles, make and apply compost teas. Communicate with other SL students about composting systems. Deep interest in and knowledge of composting (preference given to those who have taken Elaine Ingham's course on soil biology). Willingness to get dirty. Strength and ability to do intense physical labor required (turning compost piles, gathering compost materials). Interest, enjoyment, and experience in vegetable/flower gardening strongly preferred. Ability to work independently and in a team.Dr. ThimmaiahX5017athimmaiah@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5-4$7.25-102FULLMedia Web AssistantsSL dept. #28pictures and videos, supply content created in a timely manner to insure content is usableCreating web content, updating social media accounts, creating graphics, courses publicity, generating video and multi-media materials, helping organize SL department community building events.Great interpersonal skills, good writer, able to do some basic design and graphics manipulation, operate a camera, do some basic video editing, a good team player who can see the job and do the job.Gerri StoodX1164gstood@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living4.3-4.9$7.25-8.001SL Workshop overseerold SL bldg #132organize/maintain SL workshop, maintain adequate supply of tools and materials, help with tool certifications and workshops, maintain a regular scheduleKeep the work areas tidy, keep track of tools which are sometimes taken from the shop, check that students using the shop have undergone the requisite safety training, look for unsafe conditions and prevent accidents.Must be organized, have reasonable manual skills, and be able to be in a workshop environment, which can be dusty and have various solvents, glues and other chemicals in use.Mark Stimson641-919-6181mstimson@mum.edu
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Sustainable Living5.5$7.2575Student Education Center campus greenhousehelp with greenhouse, attend W/S meetingswork on campus greenhouse, attend W/S meets.Steve McLaskey641-919-7764smclaskey@mum.edu
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Tape Library5.5$7.251FULLElectronic Services/Graphic ArtsTape Library foyerAssist in tape library projects, cable system maintenance, website development, tape cataloging and packagingCreate DVD album covers, organize recording and storage of Global Family Chats, catalog tapes, make main points, web page developmentMust be familiar with computers, and comfortable working with computers.Peter Freundx4045pfreund@mum.edu
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University Store5.5$7.252 Bookstore helpersUniv StoreAssist Store buyerStraighten inventory on shelves, unpack and price orders, steam-iron clothingOrderly, focused, must have an 'eye' for clothing displayDonna Schechtman641-451-5090nudona@ yahoo.com
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Writing Center5.5$863Peer Writing TutorWriting CenterTo provide guidance and support to students throughout all phases of the writing processMeet with students one on one or in small groups, greet students and make them feel welcome, determine the students goals and purposes for visiting the writing center, review the students writing with them and give them feedback on how they are performing relative to their goals, work with the student to develop strategies to lift the writing up to the desired levelAt least second year, completed college composition II or equivalent, review of written work by director, must pass interview and receive trainingLeah Waller641-919-6690lwaller@mum.edu
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