Student Employment at UMass Amherst acts only as a referral service. We make no recommendations or guarantees about the positions and employers listed through our office. In addition, Student Employment is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. Due to the volume of jobs received by Student Employment, we are unable to research the integrity of every position listed. Therefore, students are urged to take on this responsibility themselves. We encourage you to use common sense and caution when applying for positions, especially when applying for positions off-campus.
America Reads / America Counts:
This is an on-going position throughout the Academic year.
We are looking to hire undergraduate students as tutors in schools, daycare centers, and after school programs throughout the Pioneer Valley to provide academic support to individual or small groups of students. America Reads / America Counts is a national non-profit program that encourages the development of reading, writing, and math skills in students in pre-K to 6th grade. Tutors must have Federal Work Study to be paid for their work; non work-study students are welcome to volunteer.
America Reads / America Counts is a great way to build resume experience, earn extra money, and make a difference in a child's life. Tutors earn $8/hr to start, with yearly salary raises for returning students. Positions are available at many different job sites, many on PVTA bus lines. Applicants are responsible for their own job search. All tutors must attend an Overview Training session and an Extended Training Workshop. For more information on finding a job, training times and locations, contact names and numbers, how to apply, and much more, please see the Five Colleges America Reads website: www.fivecolleges.edu/americareads.
Area Supervisor for Residence Hall Security:
Hiring for the Academic Year 2013 - 20134
HIRING ON A ROLLING BASIS THROUGH THE YEAR. Work-study accepted but not required. This is an on campus position with hours available on nights & weekends for 15-20hrs/week. No supervisory experience required. Requirements: **You must be a UMass student in good academic standing, **have a clean criminal and judicial record; **commit to working at least 3-weekend shifts a month, **and be outgoing and active with strong communication skills. Starting pay is $9.50/hr. Applications are available in Dickinson Hall. No experience required, but we would prefer those with previous high public contact or supervisory experience. For more information please call the number or email the address listed below.
CONTACT: John Richardson, Residence Hall Security, 155 Hicks Way/Dickinson Hall-UMass Amherst. Call 413-545-2123 or Email email@example.com.
Auxiliary Services Employment Opportunities:
Auxiliary Services hires more than 1,000 UMass students during the academic year. We have positions available in the Campus Center, the Campus Center Hotel, ALL the Dining Commons (all 4 of them; Berkshire, Hampshire, Worcester, & Franklin) and in our Auxiliary Services Offices and Maintenance areas. We hire both work-study & non work-study students. Working with us, a great way to make friends from all over campus, to help a bit with the bills, and to learn from the people who make UMass work.
Please visit our website if you are interested in working for us & with us. Our website is www.aux.umass.edu/ineedajob
UMass Transit Service is seeking Bus Operators. Operators will service the Five-College area as well as several outreach areas. Applicants must be able to pass a NIDA-5 panel pre-employment drug screen and have at least three semesters remaining. As a bus driver, you will be trained to receive your Class B Commercial Driver's License which will enable you to operate our Transit Coaches. Our bus drivers are committed to safety, efficiency, and courtesy and having fun. Must be willing to work a minimum of 15hrs/week, position pays $9.50/hr. A valid driver's license is required. Minimum of 1 year driving in the U.S. and must be able to communicate clearly with other drivers and the public.
CONTACT: DON CHAPMAN, UMass Transit Services. Call (413) 545-0056 to apply or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Callers Needed for UMass Annual Fund
Interested in working a job that will help the University of Massachusetts - Amherst and has a fabulous work environment? Become a "Student Caller" at the UMass annual fund! Work 3 shifts/week during the week on evenings and weekends for $9.00/hr during the Academic Year. During Winter/Summer sessions positions are for Monday thru Thursday & Sundays.
Please visit the basement of Memorial Hall to fill out an application or call 413-577-1158 for more details.
(This is an on-going position - applications accepted throughout the academic year & summer)
SUMMER - 2013
Accounts Payable Office Account:
The Accounts payable Section of the Controller's Office is seeking energetic, motivated students to provide clerical support to the department approximately 20-35 hours/week between the hours of 8:30am-5Pm, Monday thru Friday. Duties include helping out with receptionist duties; researching information online, preparing mailings, preparation and scanning documents, statement work, entering information into databases, photocopying, pulling and filing documents, and other duties as assigned. Ability to work well with a large diverse staff. Position pays $9/hr, for 20-35+ hrs a week, no references requested. Experience required: Windows PC/Literacy.
CONTACT: JAYNE KRAUSE, Controller's Office 405 Goodell. Apply In Person, No Email, No Calls.
Administrative Assistant Needed: Posted 5-13-13
We need someone for copying, daily errands, filing, organizing of paper, cleaning, data entry, and editing, etc. We need hours in the late afternoon (until 5:00pm); you must be responsible, reliable and self-motivated. References are a must; please send an email with your resume attached. Position is for 10-15hrs/week at $9.50/hr, experience preferred, but not required.
CONTACT: AMITY LEE, Chemical Engineering Dept, 159 Goessmann Laboratory. Call 545-6162, or Email email@example.com.
Administrative Assistant Needed: Posted 5-13-13
The Center for Popular Economics is a collective of political economics that works to de-mystify the economy and help activists become effective in organizing for social change. We are looking for someone who is interested in issues of social and economic justice. Responsibilities: assisting with a range of administrative tasks including data entry, mailings, maintaining electronic mailing list, communications, event organizing, copying and filing. Position is for 10-15hrs/week at $9/hr; references required. Desirable skills: reliable good writing and communication skills, well organized attention to detail, able to work independently. Experience with Access, website management, graphic skills (E.g. In Design, Photoshop etc.) a plus; a resume is requested when applying.
CONTACT: EMILY KAWANO, Center for Popular Economics, 820 Thompson Hall. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrative Assistant Needed: Posted 04-25-13
The Art Department has a work-study position available for the summer, for approximately 20hrs/week, at $9.00/hr; responsibilities include but are not limited to filing, typing, photocopying, data entry, answering phones, and sorting and delivering mail, and some light cleaning projects. Must be able to work independently, since you will be filling in for various employees on vacation. Position is for 20hrs/week at $9/hr. References are required. Call or Email to apply.
CONTACT: LISA FURTEK, Art Department, 128 Studio Arts Bldg., Call 545-6937, or Email email@example.com.
Administrative Assistant: Posted 03-26-13
Summer Work-study student need to work in the Controller's office doing filing, photocopying, worksheets in Excel and other administrative functions as needed; work hours are between 8:30AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday. Position is for up to 40hrs/week, at a pay rate of $9/hr; no references required. Position does require knowledge of MS Excel; student MUST have knowledge of alphabet and accuracy with numbers. Call, email or apply in person for this position.
CONTACT: ANN KOSKI, Controller's Office 405 Goodell Building, Call 545-1117, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Mail Clerk Needed for the Summer: Posted 05-22-13
Looking to hire a work-study student to assist Mail Clerk delivery of campus mail to administrative buildings; processing first class and campus mail; hours vary, references required, valid driver license needed, position pays $8.00/hr. Call Email or Apply in person.
CONTACT: STEPHANIE L. SMITH, Call 545-2488, or Email email@example.com, or in person to 306 Goodell/Mail Services Office.
Bursar's Departmental Assistant(s): Posted 05-05-13 / Position Updated Hiring for Summer.
The Bursar's Office is seeking several student employees for the 2013 Summer session. Students must have work-study award. Shifts are offered between 9am-5pm; Monday through Friday and are available to fit a variety of schedules. The pay rate will be approximately $9.00/hr. For those interested in continued employment, student employees (with management's approval) will have the option to renew their employment in upcoming semesters. Students will be working in a busy, fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include answering student and parent telephone calls, filing, document design, mailing, and other miscellaneous office work. Student employees will be working with sensitive financial information and must adhere to the FERPA Privacy Act; must also remain calm, patient, and polite while working through complicated issues with upset/irate customers. Work shifts are assigned according to employment seniority, will be offer a choice of specific shifts that student employees can choose from. We would like to fill these positions as soon as possible, please come to the Bursar's Office to fill out an application and schedule an interview between the hours of 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. A resume and references are preferred, when applying. Please contact the Bursar's Office for more details; these positions will remain open until the positions are filled.
CONTACT: LYNN CALL, Bursar's Office 215 Whitmore. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply in Person.
Clerical Office Assistant: Posted 04-25-13
Design and Construction Management, located in the Physical Plant is looking to hire a reliable student to support Project Managers and Front Office Staff for the summer months. Duties would include working with project managers to organize project data and documentation as well as to support project managers and office staff with filing, scanning, coping, data entry, and answering phones. Position is for up to 20hrs/week, at a salary of $8.50/hr. References and resume are required which can be emailed as an attachment to the following person or dropped off/mailed to Design & Construction Management, 360 Campus Center Way, Amherst, MA 01003. Attn: Louise Houlden. Previous office experience is preferred.
CONTACT: LOUISE HOULDEN, Design & Construction Management, Email email@example.com.
Clerical Office Assistant: Posted 04-25-13
Records & Gift Processing (of the Development Office) is in search of several students with Summer work-study who are interested in gaining experience in an office environment. Students who excel in this position may be able to stay on part-time up to 20hrs/week for the fall 2013 & Spring 2014 semesters. The job responsibilities for this position are as follows: 1) Researching & updating works with the phone numbers, email addresses, current employment information and preferences; completing data entry research/update projects; performing gift/pledge detail lookups; entering gift information; preserving the confidentiality of individuals on the database, including giving histories, academic records and biographical information; ensuring accurate and timely data entry. 2) Maintains Excel spreadsheets, including tracking matching gifts; tracking progress of data projects; capturing biographical information; assisting staff with correspondence and incoming requests/gifts; 3)assists in preparation of large mailings; operates common office machinery; including copier, paper folding machine, letter opener; fax machine paper shredder; running errands in-house & around campus; sorts & delivers mail for Information & Donor Services area. Position is for 20-40hrs/week (summer hours) at $8/hr, with references required. Experience required: strong attention to detail; data entry or typing experience; office/clerical/administrative experience; good work ethics; ability to exercise confidentiality, creativity & resourcefulness in researching biographical information. Ability to interpret information and exercise sound judgment; ability to work collaboratively with co-workers; strong organizational skills, and working knowledge of Windows & Excel. A resume is requested when applying.
CONTACT: WESLEY GOSCENSKI, Records & Gift Processing - Memorial Hall. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creating Diagrams / Proofreading Assistant Needed: Posted 04-05-13
We are looking for a talented student to create professional diagrams and figures as well as help with proofreading some texts. The position is for approximately 10hrs/week and the position pays $12/hr, if interested please send your resume to the following person listed below for immediate consideration. The ideal candidate will have experience in creating diagrams and figures using MS Visio or another graphics creating program; familiarity with La Tex document preparation system; preliminary knowledge of probability/statistics is essential. No references requested. A resume is requested when Emailing.
CONTACT: HOSSEIN PISHRO-NIK, Email email@example.com.
Computer Assistant Needed: Posted 04-05-13
CONTACT: TIMOTHY RANDHIR, Dept of Environmental Conservation, 160 Holdsworth Way. Email Randhir@eco.umass.edu.
Courier/Office Assistant: Posted 05-08-13
The Biology Department is looking for a work-study student for the summer; duties include hand-carrying documents to other offices on campus and cleaning as needed. Must be available EVERY Monday through Friday after 2:30pm; Needed up to 1-hour per day, position pays $8.00/hr. No references required. No references requested.
CONTACT: HELEN RODAK or JANET GRANLINSKI, Biology Dept - 216 Morrill III Science Center. Call 545-1783 or 545-2835, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creating Diagrams / Proofreading Assistant: Posted 05-10-13
We are looking for a talented student to create professional diagrams and figures as well as help with proofreading some texts. The position is for about 10hrs/week and pays $12/hr; if interested please send resume to the email address listed below for immediate consideration. Position pays $12/hr; the ideal candidate will have experience in creating diagrams and figures using MS Visio or another graphics creating program; familiarity with LaTex document preparation system; and have preliminary knowledge of probability/statistics.
CONTACT BY EMAIL TO: HOSSEIN PISHRO-NIK, Email email@example.com.
CVIP Marketing Assistant / CVIP Technical Writer Needed: Posted 04-08-12
In this position, the student will be provided with information about specific UMass Amherst inventions/technologies that our office would like presented to companies that may be interested in licensing the technology from UMass. Duties include: conducting research to identify companies that might have interest in the invention/technology; identifying companies' current product portfolio and determining fit for UMass technologies; preparing Non-Confidential Technology Disclosures (NCTD) of inventions and sending mailings that include marketing letters and NCTDs under the guidance of the CVIP Case Managers; Maintaining an Excel spreadsheet that includes a list of companies that might be interested in the technology and tracking company responses to marketing mailings; and other duties as assigned. Position is for approximately 10-15hrs/week at a salary range of $11 to $12.75/hr (TBD). Experience required: Position 1: market research experience; Position 2: polymer science and chemistry; Grad student or Junior/Senior status level; Good , demonstrable writing, communication interpersonal skills; responsible individual who is well organized and detail oriented; experience in MS Word & Excel and web researching; ability to work independently, when necessary; and must adhere to a strict code of confidentiality and discretion. References are required for this position.
CONTACT: LYNE LALIBERTE, Commercial Ventures, Email me at Laliberte@research.umass.edu.
Departmental Assistant Needed: Posted 05-13-13
The Food Science Bookkeeping Department is seeking a student for summer employment to work in our main office. This position w3ill include duties such as filing, financial information, setting up new file folders, organizing files, inputting data on a computer, making photocopies, putting files in a numerical order and general office duties. The position is flexible but we will require a minimum of 2-hour time slots, between 8am-4pm Monday thru Friday. Employee must be available to work 10-15 hours per week. We encourage applicants looking for long term and summer employment to apply. The position pays $10/hr, and references are required. The ideal candidate will have experience working in an office setting; relevant experience previous to working with MS Word & Excel. The individual selected for this position must demonstrate that are reliable and mature, and able to effectively manage their time. The ability to work without direct supervision is highly desirable. Please email a cover letter and resume in MS Word format to the contact information provided for consideration. Three (3) references will be required; at least one needs to be a previous employer.
CONTACT: DEBY LEE, Business Mgr. & Record Keeper - Food Science Dept. 240 Chenoweth Lab. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Departmental Assistant Needed: Posted 05-13-13
Taking Applications for Summer Employment 2013 -
For employment the Processing Unit of the Financial Aid Office is looking for work-study students for the part-time/full-time for the summer with possible continued work for the academic year 2013-2014.We are a very busy office during the summer months, you must be comfortable & knowledgeable using computers, and have a general knowledge of routine office procedures. Students who can work through the summer need apply; attention to detail; accuracy, confidentiality, dependability & reliability are essential in these positions. This position pays $10/hr for the summer; the hours are Monday thru Friday between 8:30AM to 5PM. Please stop by the Office, we are located at 243 Whitmore, Check at the Customer Service Desk, or ask for the person listed below. You must have a summer work-study award for this position.
CONTACT: PHYLIS GEDEON, Financial Aid Services - 243 Whitmore. APPLY IN PERSON.
Departmental Assistant: Posted 03-04-13
This position is for summer too! Must have summer work-study award to apply for this position.
Work-study student needed for departmental duties but not limited to, article retrieval from the library and databases as well as photocopying and scanning, and data entry. Position is for 10-20hrs/week at $10/hr, no references required. Position is for until the end of the semester and for the summer also, but summer work-study financial aid is required. Experience with computer is preferred.
CONTACT: PAULA at School of Public Health (EHS), Email email@example.com.
Dishwasher / Media Maker: Posted 05-07-13
Looking for a student with work-study to fill dishwasher/media maker position immediately. Duties include care and maintenance of laboratory glassware and making media for bacteriological sciences. Ideal candidate would be able to get summer work-study, and be able to wok long-term (i.e. more than a single semester). Position is for 10hrs/week during the summer, at $8/hr; no references requested. Call or Email or apply for this position.
CONTACT: MAXIME LEROUX, UMass Microbiology Department, Call 577-1304, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front Office Assistant: Posted 05-24-13
We are looking for a Student Administrative Assistant needed for Administrative Systems for A&F for the summer. We are looking for a friendly, energetic, self-starter to provide front office reception and assistance with administrative tasks. Office duties will consist of answering phones, filing, copying as well as assistance with special projects as needed. Position is full-time for the summer 37.5hrs/week at $9.00/hr; no references requested. Experience requested - computer knowledge, office machines, customer service, and good telephone etiquette; office experience is preferred, but not necessary. A resume is requested when applying for this position.
CONTACT: KIM McAULEY, Administrative Systems for A&F, Call 545*-2119, or Email email@example.com.
Front Office Assistant: Posted 04-04-13
The Dean's Office of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts has a summer position available for a front office assistant. We are looking for an outgoing, energetic, responsible student to provide front office reception and handle mail, including daily hand carries across campus. Office duties will consist of answering phones, filing, copying, updating our College Events slideshow (using Power Point), and data entry (using Excel); some special projects and other duties, as needed. Office experience a must! References required. Job starts Monday, May 13th, 2013 and ends no later than August 24th, 2013. The hours are 9am to 5pm; Monday through Friday, with a half hour lunch. Position pays $9/hr, for a 37.5hr work week.
CONTACT: KATHY RANDALL, CHFA's Dean's Office. Call 545-4169, or Email to Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Installation Technician/Builder/Painter Needed:
The Museum of Contemporary Art is looking to hire a reliable work-study student with attention to detail to assist in wall construction and painting, museum maintenance, and art installation. Job requires lifting and moving construction materials, as well as art works. Must be available 6.5 to 7hrs a day for July & August. Position pays $10/hr, references required. Building and painting experience required; attention to detail, accuracy in making measurements a must, and good familiarity with the use of carpentry tools preferred.
CONTACT: CRAIG ALLABEN, University Museum of Contemporary Art, Fine Arts Center Rm-35, Call 545-1177, or email email@example.com, or Apply in Person.
Lab Assistant Needed: Posted 04-22-13
Looking to hire a student to assist in general upkeep of a biology department lab. The position is for summer 2013, possibly extending into the fall semester. Duties include washing and autoclaving glassware and making solutions. Life sciences major, previous lab experience and references preferred. Position is for 5-6 hours a week at $9.00/hr. A summer work-study award is required.
CONTACT: CHRISTINE BROWN, Biology Dept, Call 545-1705 OR Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lab Technician Assistant Needed:
This position will assist the department lab technician in getting lab rooms ready for the fall semester. Duties will be varied but will include painting, lifting and moving equipment, etc. Other duties are required, will specify when hired. Please email a resume to the following person listed below. Position is for 10-15hrs/week at $11/hr, and references are required. Experience preferred, but not required.
CONTACT: AMITY LEE, Chemical Engineering Dept, 159 Goessmann Labs. Call 545-6162, or Email email@example.com.
Mascot Performer(s) Needed: Posted 04/26/13
UMass Athletics is seeking UMass students to perform as "SAM the Minuteman" for Football, Basketball, and Hockey games for the upcoming 2013-2014 Academic Season, as well as various other events on campus and throughout Massachusetts. Qualified candidates MUST be UMass students and able to display enthusiasm, interact with fans (especially young children), and be prepared to stand, run, jump, and endure physical activity for several hours at a time. Performers for hockey must be able to skate well, and football performers must be willing to travel to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. Position pays $9/hr; the hours vary based on events and week to week. Must be in GOOD physical condition able to perform for hours at a time; Physical activity includes running, jumping, and traveling throughout arenas/stadiums in somewhat BULKY costume. Must be available for several games during the season, and hockey performers must be GOOD skaters. No references required. Please Call or Email to apply for this position to the following person.
CONTACT: STEPHEN HANJACK, UMass Athletic Marketing, Call 413-545-6523, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Assistant: Posted 05/22/13
Looking for a student for the summer session for general office duties to assist with day-to-day functioning of the Electrical and computer Engineering Department Main Office; Job duties include - sorting mail, running errands on campus, processing forms, photocopying, sorting reports, filing, answering phones, etc. Position is for 20hrs/week at $10/hr, with references required. Office and clerical work required, reliable schedule is a MUST. Excel and reception experience a plus. ECE Students are NOT eligible for this position. Email to apply for this position only!
CONTACT: TERRY BERNARD, ECE Department, 201 Marcus Hall, Email email@example.com.
Office Assistant: Posted 05/07/13
Looking for a student for the summer to work 35hrs/week for 14-weeks this summer, at $10/hr, primary duty will be to scan office records and re-file them; some sorting, copying, answering phones, etc. Please Apply by Email.
CONTACT: TOM MAXFIELD, Linguistics Department, Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Assistant: Posted 04/26/13
Multiple Positions Available.
The UMass Recycling Facility & Office of Waste management, located at 151 Tillson Farm Road is looking for a works-study student to assist the Service Manager with receiving deliveries to Waste Recovery & Transfer Station. To interact with customers, input weight records in the computer program, answer the phone calls and handle walk-in customer service. You MUST have a work-study award to work for our office. This position pays $10/hr, based on experience, experience with basic office skills, computers knowledge and clerical skills. References are required. The hours needed are between 8-20hrs/week preferred, are 3-4blocks of time between 9am and 3pm Monday-Friday, or 12-2pm or 3pm is ideal. The Office of Waste management is located at 151 Tillson Farm Rd, on the East end of Campus – next to the new police Station 1-mile from the Campus Center, and on a local bus route. Please inquire by email first.
CONTACT: JOHN PEPI, Email email@example.com.
Office Assistant Needed: Posted 04-05-13
WRRC is looking for a student a student to work on campus this summer, to organize our digital photo collection, enter data, and some field sampling for our Blackstone River project. Full-time for May and June, 15hrs a week for July & August; position pays $10/hr, but the 15-hrs are flexible, references are required. Experience requested - computer literate, and attention to detail.
CONTACT: BECKIE FINN, UMass Water Resources Research Center, Email to apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Painting/Handyman Needed: Posted 04-25-13
Looking for a responsible work-study student with attention to detail, who can work independently, and is needed for various projects around the Studio Arts Building this summer. Pay is commensurate with experience, pay range is $9 to $12/hr, painting experience is helpful, but we will train the right individual; student should be comfortable working with tools. References are required. Call or Email to apply.
CONTACT: LISA FURTEK, Art Department, 128 Studio Arts Bldg., Call 545-6937, or Email email@example.com.
Reception/Clerical Support Needed: Posted 05-06-13
We are looking for a student to answer the department' telephone, respond to the radio requests, distribute mail, computer inputting and general typing and filing and other various clerical duties as needed or assigned. They will be assisting in different safety program areas as needed, position is for 25hrs/week between the hours of 12-noon and 5pm, position pays $8/hr, and references are requested.
CONTACT: MICHELE BLAJDA, Environmental Health & Safety, 117 Draper Hall. Email to apply - A resume is requested; Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Assistant Needed for the Summer: Posted 04-05-13
Looking for a work-study student for the summer to assist with research program on elevated future effects of carbon dioxide and ozone, singly and in combination on growth and resource allocations in plant. Set up experiments in greenhouse chambers, establish, maintain and evaluate plants. Terminate experiments, clean up chambers, wash pots, and evaluate data. Position is for 20hrs/week at $9.00/hr, references are required. This position requires that you have work-study funding for the summer.
CONTACT: PROF. WILLIAM MANNING, Stockbridge School of Agriculture, 207 Stockbridge Hall. Email me at email@example.com.
Recycling Assistant Needed: Posted 04-26-13
Multiple Positions Available.
Recycling assistant works at UMass recycling Facility (151 Tillson Farm Road, or at UMass Family Housing complexes Lincoln Apts.//North Village). The job entails some sorting or shredding of recyclables, recycling bin washing, sweeping and picking litter and possible campus pickups. Must be reliable and make work schedule regardless of academic work load. Dependability & reliability are essential in this position. The hours are negotiable within our Mon-Fri 7am to 4pm work schedule. The position pays $10/hr, Must have work-study funding for this position. References are required, no experience needed. The position is for 6-20hrs/week. The Office of Waste management is located at 151 Tillson Farm Rd, on the East end of Campus – next to the new police Station 1-mile from the Campus Center, and on a local bus route. Please inquire by email first.
CONTACT: JOHN PEPI, Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residence Education Student: Posted 04-05-13
New Position Available for Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community.
Statement of General Duties -The Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community (CHCRC) Residential Education Student Office Manager (OM) oversees the functioning of the Residential Education Main Office located within CHCRC. The OM Assistant also manages the day-to-day supervision of student office staff.
Supervision Received - The Student OM reports directly to the Assistant to the Assistant Director for CHCRC/Learning Communities.
The Residence Education OM is hired for the academic year (Sept to May) continuation of employment beyond the academic year is NOT automatic. There is an opportunity for continued employment through the summer and breaks. Decisions to rehire are based on job performance.
The OM will be expected to work during the Summer 2013 in preparation for the Fall opening of the complex and other project duties in the Residential Learning Communities Office.
The Student Office manager is a 20-hour position/week; pay rate is $11.25/hr; during breaks throughout the year the OM can work up to 40hrs/week.
Minimum Qualifications: excellent oral & communication skills; previous customer service skills; proficiency and expertise using technology & possess strong organizational skills, self-motivated, mature, demonstrates a sincere interest in working with students; ability to hold peers accountable for their actions; currently enrolled student in good academic standing (minimum of 2.2GPA) and free of judicial sanction.
Preferred Qualifications: previous administrative experience; previous experience supervising students or older individuals; creative lateral thinker with excellent problem solver; experience in an office setting with working knowledge of professional etiquette; working knowledge of housing policies & procedures; knowledge of and a passion for working with technology.
Responsibilities of OM Position: Hire, train, supervise and schedule Office staff; Provide overall management of the Residence Education Main Office in CHCRC; Provide administrative support to professional staff working within the Residential Learning Communities Office; Provide oversight to Office computer and electronic policies (office email account, logs, etc.); Attend regular supervision meetings with supervisor; Perform other administrative responsibilities as assigned.
Experience Required -Minimum Qualification: Possess excellent oral and written communication skills; previous customer service experience demonstrates proficiency and expertise using technology & possess strong organizational skills; self-motivated and mature; demonstrates a sincere interest in working with students; ability to hold peers accountable; currently enrolled in good academic (minimum 2.2) and free of judicial sanction. Preferred Qualifications: Previous administrative experience, supervising students and other individuals; work experience in an office setting with knowledge of professional etiquette; working knowledge of housing policies and processes; knowledge of and a passion for working with technology.
CONTACT: KIRBY VIERA, Residential Learning Communities Office, Email to apply to email@example.com. A resume is requested when applying.
Student-Loan Customer Service Assistant(s) Needed:
Multiple Positions Available for Full-time Summer Employment.
The Student Loans/Collections Department in the Bursar’s Office is looking to hire work-study students for the summer months, with options for Academic year employment. The shifts offered are between 9am-4:30pm, Monday – Friday and are available for a variety of schedules. The pay rate will be approximately $8.00/hr; for those interested in continued employment, student employees (with management’s approval) will have the option to renew their employment for the upcoming sessions. We encourage freshman & sophomores to apply for these position (looking for student to stay with us a while!). Employees will be working in a busy, fast-paced environment; responsibilities include answering telephone calls; filing; analyzing student data; preparing mailings; and other work as needed or assigned. Student employees will be working with sensitive financial information and must respect customers’ rights to confidentiality. Student employees must also be able to remain calm, patient, and polite while working through complicated issues with upset/irate customers. Work shifts are assigned to student employee seniority. We will offer a choice of specific shifts that student employees can choose from. Employees must be able to work at least 10-12hrs/wee, and shifts must be at least 2-hours long. Experiences required; good telephone etiquette, pleasant speaking voice, patience, reliability, dependability, computer knowledge, attention to detail, ability to file, basic office skills. This position is part-time during the academic school year (up to 20hrs M-F), and full-time during the summer months (37.5hrs, M-F).
To apply for these positions-Please bring your Resume, a Letter of Interest to work in our Department, and 2-references. Applications are from the Student Loan Representative Bursar’s Office Room 215. NO CALLS OR EMAILS.
Student Development Specialist: Posted 04-08-13
The Student Development Specialist, who works in the Student Organization Resource Center, serves as a liaison between Registered Student Organization (RSO) leaders and Student Activities and Involvement/Center for Student Development staff and assists RSOs in the completion of daily business. Some of the duties and responsibilities include: working directly with RSO leaders, members, and the campus community through face-to-face, electronic, and telephone interactions; resolves RSO requests, questions and complaints; frequently requiring analysis of situations to determine best use of resources; sells pre-sale and in-person tickets for RSO events and is responsible for appropriate cash-handling and event cash reconciliation; and assist the RSO planning, facilitation, and attendance sheets. For more detail job description and to access the application, please visit the following link: https://umassamherst.collegiatelink.net/form/start/2626 (authentication required: UMass NetID and password). Position is for 10-15hrs/week at $8.00/hr; customer service experience, cash handling, and knowledge about RSOs. References are required for this position.
APPLY ON-LINE AT WEBSITE ADDRESS. Attn: Nicole M. Young, Student Activities & involvement.
Summer Outreach Coordinator Needed: Posted 05-06-13
Summer Outreach Coordinators needed for assisting incoming freshman with their transition to the University of MA community by assisting in CMass presentations. Plan and prepare skits, to give students a sneak preview of campus life. Outreach Coordinators will also be expected to work during UMass First Week from August 31st to September 2nd, and other duties as needed or assigned. Position is for up to 20hrs/week at $8/hr. Please call or email to apply, you may also apply in person to the address listed.
CONTACT: DORIS CLEMMONS, Intuitional Diversity/CMass Rm 8 Wilder Hall. Call 545-5106, or Email Dc@acad,umass.edu.
Traffic Data Collector Needed: Posted 05-06-13
This position is only a 4-week Job for June 3rd through June 28th. This is short term project and there is no chance of extended employment. Traffic data collectors will work on the Annual Statewide Seat belt Observation Study sponsored by MassDOT and NHSTA. Students will go out in teams of two and spend long days out traveling across the state, students must be dedicated, timely and detail oriented. At the observation sites students will stand outside (IN ALLWEATHER CONDITIONS) observing traffic and recording data on seat belt & cell phone usage. If you meet all criteria described below please send an email (from your UMass email) with an introduction about yourself and include a resume. Position is for 40hrs/week at $10/hr, references are required. Experience Required - Full-time student (no May graduating seniors); Interest in Traffic Operations and Safety; Comfortable standing outside all day in sun & rain. Having housing available within 20-minutes to Amherst; have a reliable vehicle; valid driver's license; and be willing to drive up to 500+ miles per week (travel reimbursed). Need to be flexible about scheduling and willing to work long days; hours will vary including early mornings, late evenings, and weekends. Excellent communication skills necessary as you will always be working in a team environment and constantly communicating with supervisor via phone.
CONTACT: JENNIFER KENNEDY, Email firstname.lastname@example.org, A Resume is requested when applying for this position.
UCard Office Front Desk Staff Needed:
Looking to hire a work-study student for the summer for 32+hours a week at $8/hr, no references required. Duties Include the following, taking photo & passport ID's; printing UCard's and other photos IDs; processing UCard cash and check deposits; filing and other general office tasks; answering phones; providing excellent customer service to students, parents, and employees (link to UCard job application website is http://www.umass.edu/card/. Employment Requirements: must be an active student preference given to students willing to continue in UCard office for several semesters); must have good customer-friendly service demeanor and work well with others; must be punctual and have excellent attendance. Must be able to work with minimal supervision; must be able to pay attention to detail; must be able to handle personal/confidential information with discretion; must have basic computer skills. Work-study is highly preferred; and student with cash handling experience is essential.
CONTACT: DALE WAANANEN, UCard Office, Whitmore Bldg. Email email@example.com.
Video Assistant Needed:
The UMass Football Video Department has an opening for a student video assistant for the 2013-2014 season. Experience preferred but will train. Knowl4edge of video camera usage and editing software (Final CutPro) a plus. The job is 20hrs/week and is a non paid position to start, but can become paid depending on your contributions. Job opens early August. If interested, please contact the following person by email to set up an interview. Get ready join a championship tradition and exciting times for UMass Football.
Salary for this position will be $8.00/hr.
CONTACT: BILL SISLER, UMass Football, Call 577-0319, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web Helper / Designer: Posted 04-04-13
Helper needed to maintain website: updates, uploads, etc.; nothing too complicated but a good sense of design as well as ease with web software will be necessary. Work minimum 5hours/week as needed. More hours possible if needed; other artwork/media for preparing stimuli for experiments needed on occasional basis. Minimum of $10/hr, depending on experience; reference required. Please be prepared to show websites you have worked on and explain what your contribution to it was. Resume requested. Apply by Email, Please.
Academic Year - 2013-2014
Art/Education Residency Support: Posted 05-24-13
This position is for the FALL ONLY.
The Asian Arts & Culture Program is looking for students to help develop and provide art activities for K-12 students during the Tibetan Monks Send Mandala residency September 25-27. Art Education/Education Majors are encouraged to apply. Student will need to be available from 9am-11:30am on Sept. 26 & 27th. Good project for resume and/or portfolio. The Stipend for this job is $40/DAY. References are required. The position is for 5-HOURS during the week of the event (5hrs/day). Experience supervising small groups of students ages K-12; experience in the safe and proper handling of art materials. Preferred qualifications include developing and providing visual art experiences/lessons for school age children.
CONTACT: SUE McFARLAND, FAC Arts & Culture Program, Email email@example.com.
Center for Women and Community-Information and Referral Specialist: Posted 04-08-13
The Center for Women and Community is now hiring work-study positions for the 2013-14 academic year. Information and Referral Specialists gain skills while serving campus and local community. Selected applicants will receive training which occurs on Tuesdays from 4 -6pm. All majors, backgrounds, areas of interest welcomed. Starting pay is minimum wage ($8.00/hr).
Please apply online at: http://webcgi.oit.umass.edu/~ewcrr/application/application.cgi
Co-Managers Needed at UVC TV-19: Posted 04-05-13
The Co-Station managers of UVC TV-19 (UVC) are responsible for overseeing the entire process of UVC TV-19 and their staff. These functions include hiring, setting agenda's for staff meetings, running functional weekly staff meetings, managing finances, overseeing completion of staff duties, and performing leadership roles in a variety of UVC TV-19 productions, fundraisers, and campus events. This is a collaborative position; two (2) candidates will be selected for this job and will serve as Co-Station managers Specific Job Duties. Represent UVC TV-19 as a figurehead at all campus-wide activities. Work in conjunction with the UCV TV-19 Advisor and staff to direct UVC TV-19 in an effective and innovative manner towards the future. Run weekly staff meetings; set agendas for these staff meetings, and include making amendments for all parties who wish to be represented or present an issue to the staff. Brainstorm, strategize and plan fundraisers to raise revenues for UVC. Enforce the rules governing the station; these include equipment procedures; studio reservations; staff policies, member policies; general body meetings and public relations; and other duties as needed. The position is for approximately 10hrs a week (pending increase to 15hrs a week, position pays a starting salary of $8.50/hr (raise pending). References are required. To apply for these two positions, apply in person or email the following person.
CONTACT: CAROLYN TIERNAN, UVC TV-19. Call 413-545-1336, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Childhood Assistant Teacher: Posted 04-05-13
Fall Position ONLY.
You will assist the professional staff with all aspects of classroom management. Participate in planned activities with children ages 15-months to 5yrs; and help maintain a healthy a healthy and safe classroom environment. Hours: 8-20hours/week consistent two-, three-, or four-hour blocks of time. Examples are M/W/F 7:30am-11am; or Tu/Th 11am - 3pm; or Tu/Th 1pm-5:45pm. Position pays $8.50/hr; references are required, located on local bus route. Previous group work with young children a plus, work-study is required.
CONTACT: PENNY GAGNON, Center for Early Education and Care. Email email@example.com.
Information & Referral Specialist: Posted 04-05-13
NOW Hiring for academic year 2013-2014! Make a difference in your community; provide assistance to campus and community members who are in need of help. Hours are 8-10/week at a starting wage of $8/hr; no references requested. We provide comprehensive training and mentoring; applications are accepted online ONLY at our website of http://www.umass.edu/ewc.
CONTACT: GISELLA ZUNIGA, Center for Women and Community, New Africa House, Apply as stated above by ON-LINE ONLY.
Office Assistant Needed: Posted 05-06-13
Office assistants needed to perform basic office duties such as filing, mailing, answering phones, copying, etc. Various benchmarking and research projects using Excel spreadsheets, marketing projects for upcoming events and customer service projects. Position is for 20+hrs/week at $8.50/hr must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, knowledge of PowerPoint, Photoshop and Access is a plus. Must have previous research experience; the ability to multi-task and work in a team environment. Position is located at 505 East Pleasant St. at MHEC.
CONTACT: LINDSY PROVIDENTI, MHEC Email to apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer Career Advisor Needed at Career Services: Posted 04-05-13
Career Services is looking to hire "work-study" student for the academic year 2013-2014 to provide instruction and critique of resumes & cover letters and provide orientation to other career concerns to students on a walk-in basis; to facilitate or co-facilitate career workshops; conduct outreach to students; perform other duties as assigned (e.g., data entry, career fair support). Position 5-10hrs/week; at $9.00/hr; references required. Experience requested: Sophomore or Junior status preferred Internship experience desired; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Excellent customer service skills; Ability and willingness to work with a diverse student population; Ability to work within a group as well as independently. Experience with Career Services is preferred; Must be an undergraduate student with work-study funding required. Shifts are between 1pm and 4pm, Monday through Friday plus some evening hours to be determined. Must be available for 5-10hrs of work a week.
CONTACT: KATE ALLEN, Career Services, 511 Goodell Bldg. Call 545-6248 or Email email@example.com.
Scribe Needed for Disabled Student for Academic Year for Bio-151 Course:
Scribe is needed for a girl in a wheelchair for the online Microeconomics 103 course. The student will need help 3-4days a week with note taking and/or the writing down (scribing) of homework and assistance with scribing answers for tests and other academic assignments. A person that has already taken this course is necessary - the student will periodic help and familiarity with the material. The course will take place during the FALL semester. Please Email the student to set up a time to interview. The interview will only take about a half-hour and can be done in person or by phone BUT an email must be sent first to determine a time. Position pays about $8.50/hr; this position is for approximately 8-10hrs/week and references are requested. Prior experience with the course is necessary, and the student must know the material fairly well.
Please Email the Student at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Bridges / Staff Openings: Posted 04-10-13- Updated.
Student Bridges, a student-initiated outreach program that contacts UMass students with local community-based organizations and schools through tutor-mentoring partnerships, college awareness activities, and policy advocacy, is hiring for the 2013-2014 Academic school year. There are multiple positions open for hiring, such as Events Coordinator, Tour Coordinator, Policy Advocacy, PR, Web Manager and more. Position pays $9/hr; for 8-10hrs/week; and no references required. Visit Student Bridges website to learn more about the available positions and to submit your application, and to learn more about the available positions and their requirements. Http://www.studentbridges.org/for-umass-students/staff-openings/
CONTACT: NOELLE DEVOE, 41 Campus Center Way, Rm-306, Amherst MA 01003. Call 413-545-7676, Email Noelle.email@example.com.
Student Judicial Advisor: Posted 4-24-13
The Student Judicial Advisers Program is now accepting applications for positions during the 2013-2014 academic year. The Student Judicial Advisers program is responsible for assisting all students after they have been charged by the University with violating the Code of Student Conduct. The program's sole purpose is to provide counsel and support for students with any University discipline-related issue. Day-to-day responsibilities include: meeting with students to discuss the charges against them and what possible ramifications they could be facing; helping students to prepare the best possible cases for themselves. Assisting students in formulating their arguments, gathering statements, researching university policies & regulations; Attending discipline hearings with students to provide counsel and support during those meetings; representing students during hearings when it is permitted; aiding students in appealing decisions about their case. This is a paid position, students must be attending the University for the entirety of the 2013-2014 academic year. Mandatory training this semester for about an hour a week, there is NO minimum GPA required; discipline record does not preclude you from employment consideration. This position is for approximately 10hrs/week at $8.00/hr; no references required. All students who are interested should Email a request for an application from the following person. Application deadline is April 26th, 2013 by 5PM.
EMAIL MATTHEW BERQUIST, Student Judicial Advisers/Student government Association. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 - Summer Session - 2013
Accessible Recreation Assistant(s) Needed:
Outdoor Access is seeking fellow adventurers! We run year round accessible events in the state and urban parks. We create opportunities for people with special needs to get into the woods and on the water to enjoy beautiful places with friends & family. Through the use of modified equipment such as mountain wheelchairs, sit-down skis, everyone can join in the fun. Participants have a variety of physical or cognitive needs such as difficulty walking or holding a paddle or may need a sighted guide to be assisted with an activity.
Recreation Duties: Recruitment phone calls to register participants. Prepare and process paperwork; respond to phone & mail inquiries. Set-up equipment assist participants (kayaks, mountain wheelchairs, sit-skis and sit-skates, and bicycles, etc.); Accompany participants in the water and/or snow trails. Facilitate nature activities; assist as a sighted guide for those with low vision.
Office Duties: Set-up and enter information into database; develop recruitment and marketing materials; filing paperwork; create and help maintain website.
Location: Kayaking events are at DAR State Forest in Goshen in Western MA, July & August on Mondays. The hikes occur across the state, many in the Boston area, run weekly from April until October on weekdays and weekends.
Training: Training will be provided on disability issues, how to use the adaptive equipment, and sighted guide techniques for folks with low vision.
Salary: Position pays the state Work-study rate of $8.00/hr, references are required. Position is for 5-20hrs/week.
Qualifications: Individuals should have an awareness and sensitivity towards people with disabilities; good intro-personal communication skills; works well with others and independent worker; Enjoys being outdoors; must be good computer skills-preferably MAC experienced; Training and/or experience in occupational, physical or recreational therapy a plus. First Aid & CPR certified. References are required.
CONTACT: BRENDA KENNEDY, Outdoor Access, Call 413-259-0009, or Email email@example.com.
Administrative Assistant: Posted 04-22-13
For summer work-study student only! We are offering administrative and reception support at our busy center; must be comfortable with the phone, doing data entry and greeting people at the door, helping with mass mailings and other projects as needed are some of the duties in our office. This position is for 15-20hrs/week at $8.50/hr; with references required. Experience good people skills are crucial, computer skills (i.e. data entry, goodledrive, etc., MS Office & Excel), administrative and good organizational skills are necessary. We are located on a local bus route, own transportation is optional. (Our "new" location is on Sunderland Rd, just across from Cowls Lumber Yard, No. Amherst).
CONTACT: TRACEY LEVY, Amherst Survival Center, 138 Sunderland Rd., Email to apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Customer Service Assistant Needed:
Amherst Leisure Services is looking for an assistant to help with the daily operations, including assisting low income customers on the phone or in person with class information, registration and fee reduction applications; also answering phones, filing, data entry, registrations, ticket sales, computer input and other daily office tasks. Hours 37.5hrs/week (full-time for summer); position pays $8.00-$9.00/hr, and references are required. Experience required: familiarity with answering a multiline phone system in a busy office; customer service practices; MS Office programs and cash handling experience preferred.
CONTACT: PAT DESMARARAIS, Amherst Leisure Services, 70 Boltwood Walk, Amherst MA 01002. Call 413.259-3065, or Email email@example.com. Can Apply in Person.
Berkshire Academy Residential Assistants Needed:
Berkshire Hills Music Academy, a post-secondary school in South Hadley serving young adults with special needs who are musically talented, has openings for RA's for our Summer Programs. These are seasonal positions with flexible start & end dates. Full-time & Part-time, Weekend, and Overnight shifts are available. Residential Assistants are responsible for transporting Summer Campers, aiding in recreation, and monitoring campers when in the community. While on campus, Assistants are responsible for ensuring smooth transitions between activities and directing Campers to follow appropriate social boundaries during meal and leisure times. Position pays $9/hr straight time, an $8/hr for overnight (asleep). Strongly prefer applicants who are certified in CPR and First Aid, but willing to train the right candidate. High School Diploma required; Must have experience with and sensitivity to individuals with special needs. To apply, please Email resume and cover letter to the following person. Own transportation (car) is required, and references are requested.
CONTACT: SANDRA FARNSWORTH, Berkshire Hills Music Academy, 48 Woodbridge Street, South Hadley, MA. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Counselor Needed for Town of Amherst L.S.S.E.:
Groups Leaders are members of a team responsible for providing high quality care for children in their group, and for the program as a whole. The Group Leader works cooperatively and productively with all other staff to create a positive atmosphere and to create interesting and exciting educational and recreational activities for children. As an individual, the Group Leader is in charge of specific small group in which they plan and implement a wide range of recreational activities. This job is for an 8-week program spanning June 24th through August 17th. Staff are also needed for a 3-week program running from 12-noon until 5pm for the weeks of July 1st through July 19th. Position pay range is between $9.03 to $10.21 (depending on experience & qualifications); Position is for 45hrs/week. Qualifications required: Required to have past experience working with children; demonstrated experience working with children in small groups, outgoing and enthusiastic. Some experience in recreational planning and supervision with demonstrated interpersonal skills; the ability to plan activities for and supervise groups of children. Certifications in CPR and First Aide are desirable (CPR & First Aide will be offered to new employees upon hiring). All applicants must undergo a CORI Report (criminal history background check). References are requested when applying; please by apply by Email to the following address.
CONTACT: NICOLE ABELLI, Town of Amherst L.S.S.E., Email Njabelli1@gmail.com.
Fitness Mentor Needed at Fit Together/Service Net Inc.:
This position is for Summer with extension into the Fall Academic year.
Fit Together is a unique community wellness center operated by ServiceNet that is open to the public and specializes in meeting the needs of the people with physical developmental and mental health challenges and aims to close the gap in health disparities for those populations by offering exercise and nutrition support in a supportive environment. You would be working out and helping people out at the same time. You would assist and accompany members during their workouts on cardio and weight equipment. You would also assist with daily administrative and operational tasks such as data entry, filing, light cleaning, etc. You would provide upbeat, friendly, accommodating customer service. You must have federal work-study in your financial aid package to apply for this position. This position is located in Florence and you would need your own transportation or some form to get there. The position is for approximately 6-12hrs/week at $9.00/hr, and references are required. Apply by calling or email, or by applying in person; a resume is requested at the time when applying.
CONTACT: REBECCA GOLDFINGER-FEIN, Fit Together/ServiceNet Inc., 296 Nonotuck St, Florence MA. Call 413.584-1508, Email email@example.com.
Free Store Assistant: Posted 04-22-13
For Summer work-study students only! Work with staff and a team of volunteers in a busy emergency food pantry to: Keep shelves stocked "Shop" with participants when they arrive to get their monthly food box; do intakes with new participants; organize food storage areas; must have excellent people skills and be self-motivated. Experience with customer service; grocery store experience preferred; Mandarin, Spanish or Portuguese language skills helpful. Position is for 25hrs/week, at $8.50/hr, references required. We are located on a local bus route, own transportation is optional. (Our "new" location is on Sunderland Rd, just across from Cowls Lumber Yard, No. Amherst).
CONTACT: TRACEY LEVY, Amherst Survival Center, 138 Sunderland Rd., Email to apply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Store Assistant: Posted 04-22-13
For Summer Work-study students only! There are many roles to fill in our busy Free (Thrift) Store! Work with a small team and greet people at the door, keep the store neat and organized, manage requests, accept donations and sort donations. Must have great people and organizing skills; and have the ability to lift at least 30lbs. Position is for 20hrs/week, at $8.50/hr, references required. We are located on a local bus route, own transportation is optional. (Our "new" location is on Sunderland Rd, just across from Cowls Lumber Yard, No. Amherst).
CONTACT: TRACEY LEVY, Amherst Survival Center, 138 Sunderland Rd., Email to apply to email@example.com.
Group Leaders Needed for Summer Programs at LSSE: Posted 05-07-13
Amherst Leisure Service are looking for Group Leaders for their summer programs. Group leaders are members of a team responsible for providing high quality care for children in their group, and for the programs as a whole. The group leaders work cooperatively and productively with all other staff to create a positive atmosphere and to create interesting and exciting educational and recreational activities for children. As an individual the group leader is in charge of a specific small group in which they plan and implement a wide range of recreational activities. Group leaders develop age appropriate program curriculum for their assigned group of children. The group leaders assist the Site Director in the maintenance of accurate program participant attendance records; complete accident reports (if necessary), do evaluations, and submit them to the Site Coordinator in a timely fashion. They also assist in identifying equipment and identifying needed materials. We are looking to staff to work the following hours, Monday-Friday from June 24th through August 16th, from 8AM-5PM. Additionally, seeking part0time staff to work 3-weeks, Monday through Friday July 8th-26th from 12-noon to 5pm. The pay range is $9.03 to $10.21/hr, and references are required. Experience requested: Must have previous experience working with school aged kids; demonstrated experience working with children in small groups; outgoing and enthusiastic; some experience in recreational planning and supervision with demonstrated interpersonal skills; the ability to plan activities for and supervise groups of children. Certifications in First Aid and CPR are desirable; all applicants must undergo a CORI Check Report.
CONTACT: NICOLE ABELLI, Amherst LSSE -Call 413-259-3177, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Laborer Needed: Position Available and Open Until Filled.
Seasonal Position for summer/fall/winter/spring.
Work with the crew of the Highway Department of the Town of Bernardston, MA. Duties to include mowing of lawns, chipping brush; weed-whacking; washing town vehicles, and working at the transfer station, and other duties as needed or assigned. Position is for 20-40hrs/week depending on availability. Your own transportation is needed position is located about 45-minutes (just off I-91) north of campus; references are requested. Experience operating lawn maintenance equipment (mowers, weed-whacker, and some power tools as needed). Training available for equipment if needed.
CONTACT: GARY WETHERBY, Highway Dept- Town of Bernardston, MA. Call 413-768-9853. Email email@example.com.
Kitchen/Distribution Assistant /Amherst Survival Center: Posted 04-22-13
For Summer Work-study students only! You will be assisting the Kitchen Coordinator and a team of volunteers with all of the following: organizing and distributing fresh bread and produce; making lunch for 100 people/day; supervising the kitchen on Thursday evenings; serving lunch and doing dishes; and keeping the dining area and kitchen area neat & clean. Position is for 20hrs/week, at $8.50/hr, references required. Some experience with food service helpful; excellent people skills, and the ability to follow directions and work in a busy environment, and ability to self-motivate. We are located on a local bus route, own transportation is optional. (Our "new" location is on Sunderland Rd, just across from Cowls Lumber Yard, No. Amherst).
Library Assistant / Shelver Needed: Posted 05-24-13
Part-time position working at the Jones Library in the center of Amherst, for up to 20hrs/week or fewer if desired, position pays $8.50/h, references upon request. Your duties will include but not limited too; re-shelving books, library materials, and other items as needed or assigned. Knowledge of the Dewy Decimal system or alphabetical order filing; you will maintain a neatness and order of the books in the stacks. Retrieve books and other materials to fill Inter library requests, the ability to push a book cart loaded with books is essential, must be able to life piles of books, push cats, bend, lift, and carry others as needed. Must have good alphabetizing skills and understand decimal numbers. We are located on a local bus route to the center of down, but own transportation is optional. Please Apply in Person or by Email, if interested in the summer job. Position could lead to academic work if work-study funding is available.
CONTACT: LINDA WENTWORTH, Jones Library, 43 Amity Street, Amherst MA. 01002. Or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office/Marketing Assistant Needed: Posted 05-08-13
Seeking an organized, responsible individual with federal work-study funding or for an unpaid internship to support the Town of Amherst Leisure Services Youth and Adult Education Programs during the summer and upcoming academic year. The Office/Marketing assist will assist the Youth & Adult Education Coordinator in the various procedures that accompany the administration of numerous town wide youth & adult classes, such as data entry, filing, mailings, proofreading and editing written materials, and making phone calls to instructors and participants. Faculty supervision/monitoring of programs may be added at times. Marketing tasks include using social media and designing flyers, email campaigns, and ads. Sophomore or Junior standing desired. Summer availability required, fall availability high desired. Position pays $10/hr; for 10-20hrs/week, and references are required. We are located on a local bus route. Must be organized, responsible, detail-oriented, and possess excellent (especially written) communication skills. Additionally, we desire a facility with solving problems and working collaboratively, and a sensibility and interest in design. Some office experience preferred. Must have strong computer skills and reliable transportation.
Planning Intern Needed: Posted 04-22-13
Looking to hire a work-study student for the City of Northampton--Planning & Sustainability Department, the student will support planning and sustainability efforts in Northampton, with a majority of the work in the field assisting in the maintenance of conservation areas and trails and some of the work in the office on a variety of issues. Position is for approximately 12 to 35hrs/week at a salary of $12/hr, no references required. No experience requested, but the ability to walk or work in the field on uneven ground in a variety of weather conditions is required. Own transportation (car) and driver's license is required; we are also located on a local bus route. Please Email to apply for this position.
CONTACT: WAYNE FEIDEN, City of Northampton--Planning and Sustainability, Emailwfeiden@northamptonma.gov.
Reading Mentor / Literature Circle Leader:
Spend the summer reading and discussing books with middle and high school English language learners. Reader to Reader brings together fun, age-appropriate literature and the change to make a difference to students developing their reading skills. Working with teachers, mentors will participate in team-building activities and lead literature circles in Holyoke in the morning. Afternoons will include curriculum planning and debrief time in Amherst. A great opportunity for college students interested in teaching or for book lovers in general. Position runs 16 hours/week for 5 weeks, July 8th through August 9th, plus one pre-service training session during the week of July 1st. Mileage reimbursement for travel. Own transportation is required; position pays $13.50/hr; references are required. Apply on-line at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JBHQZGM
CONTACT: DENNIS QUINN, Reader to Reader, Inc. 38 Woodside Ave. Amherst, MA 01002. Email email@example.com.
River Restoration Technician Needed for the Summer: Posted 4-02-13
The Ipswich river Watershed Association is looking for motivated college students with strong interest in conservation issues to join our team this summer as interns. You will get on-the-ground experience with community driven environmental non-profit and have the opportunity to make lasting contributions. Interns will work in teams and individually to assist with a variety of projects throughout the course of the summer including a significant amount of both field and office work. Primary field duties will include conducting fish passage surveys throughout the watershed, monitoring water quality, and surveying aquatic biota (including aquatic macroinvertebrates and sea lamprey). Other duties may include data management and analysis, helping us redesigns our river monitoring database, and GIS mapping and analysis of river restoration projects. Interns will also help staff maintain our Low Impact Development (LID) demonstration projects at our headquarters which include native plantings and rain gardens. This position is for 35hrs/week at $9.00/hr, own transportation is required. Experience required: Successful candidates will have a keen interest in watershed conservation and a willingness to learn and apply new skills on the job. Preferred qualifications include classwork in ecology, natural resources conservation, environmental engineering or related fields. Experience with computers and data analysis (e.g. MS Office, ESRI, ArcGIS) and survey equipment is a plus. Field Work may occasionally involve strenuous work in inclement weather. Interns will provide opportunities for students to experience first-hand the application of the theories, methods and content of their academic and co-curricular experiences. Having reliable transportation is preferred and mileage will be reimbursed. Candidates MUST be 18yrs old age or older. Cover letter and Resume needed May 17th, deadline.
CONTACT: RYAN O'DONNELL, Ipswich River Watershed Association, Ipswich MA 01938. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.