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On-Campus Jobs for Students

Below are the openings that are currently available.  Apply directly to the department, per the instructions for each positionCareer Services does NOT participate in the hiring process.  For more information, contact the hiring departments directly.  Each department hires based on specific criteria.  You can also visit Career Services, Room 133 GUC for the hard copy listings.

 

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Analogue Lab Technician for Art Department Any 9/11/2014 [-]

Job Title: Analogue Lab Technician

­­­­­­­­Job description: 

  • Maintenance and operation of photographic processing equipment including knowledge of and repairing the photography equipment when possible. 
  • Preparation, monitoring and disposal of chemicals used in the processing equipment. 
  • Oversee the film processing, printing and studio areas during open lab sessions. 
  • Ensures that policies and procedures are followed throughout the photography area. 
  • Ensures that lab and studio areas are maintained and cleaned. 
  • Shares responsibility for checking out and return of photography equipment to students. 
  • Able to work with and effectively communicate with faculty with in the photography program. 
  • Maintains the safety and well being of students and facilities.
  • Knowledge of photographic film and printing such that the photographic lab technician is capable of enlarging photographs, retouching negatives and editing prints and thereby can provide students with technical assistance with their projects but will not serve as evaluator or judges of content of the student projects.

How to Apply: Interested parties should submit a letter of interest to the Department of Art Administrative Assistant detailing means of contact, availability, experience and abilities. Applications received on or before September 22 will be given first consideration.

Date inactive: 9/25/2014

Intramural Officials for both flag football and soccer All Any 8/20/2014 [-]

Intramural Officials for both flag football and soccer:

Job Description
Officiate Intramural Team Sports of Flag Football and Soccer.  Work under the supervision of the Intramural Graduate Assistant and the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation ~ Intramural Sports.  Attendance is required for the mandatory training and evaluation sessions.
Duties & Responsibilities
1. Provide Pre-game assistance
Assist in setting up equipment for the evening and/or weekend activities
Assist in examining facility for safety hazards.
2. Provide quality officiating during contests
View and follow the Intramural Sports contest and enforce the rules judiciously as possible.
Oversee the Intramural Sports contest and ensure participation take place in a safe manner.
3. Assist in post game duties
Assist in completing any forms that are in need of completing.
Assist in closing down the activity are and collecting equipment at the conclusion of the beginning and/or weekend activities.
Assist in securing facility at the conclusion of the Intramural activity.
Other duties, as assigned.
Knowledge / Skills Required for the Job
• Full-time students in good standing are eligible for employment.
• Participation and Sports Officiating experience is preferred.
• A thorough knowledge of the Sports being officiated.
• Physical ability to keep up with the sports being officiated.
• Strong interpersonal skills.

Date inactive: 8/31/2015

Intern - Web Development Office All 8/12/2014 [-]

Employing Department: Web Development Office

Job Title: Intern - Web Development Office

Job Description: Web Development Office Intern: assist web developers in updating and maintaining SU websites.

Job Location: Holloway Hall 278Hours Per Week: approx. 10 hours

How To Apply: We are looking for people with web design or web programming experience. Send an email to Todd Smith (tvsmith@salisbury.edu) with a description of your experience with the following: web design, html or html5, css, javascript, and any server side programming. Also, please describe any experience you may have with computer programming and graphic design. If you have any, please provide links to websites you have worked on and describe your role in their development and/or maintenance. Please describe why you want the job and why you would be a great person for the job. Ideally, we would like someone who will be able to work with us for 4 or more semesters (a new junior or a sophomore or freshman).

Majors Required: All

Grade Level Required: Junior, Sophomore, Freshman

Date inactive: 10/1/2014

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