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Early Arrival Desk Assistant Position

We are excited to tell you about the Early Arrival Desk Assistant position in the Office of Residential Education. The position begins on August 10, 2015 and ends on August 31, 2015.

Compensation for this position includes an hourly wage of $8.10 per hour, early arrival housing, and meals when the dining halls are open. You will be expected to work 30-40 hours per week, the majority of which will occur on evenings and weekends.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Opening and closing the early arrival desk Answering the early arrival desk phone Checking students into their housing assignments (RCRs, ID cards, keys, etc.) Packaging keys and programming ID cards for key-less buildings Checking rooms and hanging signs for early arrival students Sales of guest meal tickets *Other duties as assigned

Expectations for this position include but are not limited to the following: Being on time for early arrival shifts Dressing appropriately Providing excellent customer service Maintaining a positive attitude while working

Qualifications: *Must be an Oberlin College student who will be enrolled and in Oberlin for the Fall Semester.

To apply for this position, please complete the application available online at: https://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/343

Summer / Fall *OBERLIN MUSIC TUTORS* - $20-$60+/hour

Part-time SUMMER / FALL 2015 MUSIC TUTORS needed for all K-12 music-related subjects and age-levels in (and around) the greater OBERLIN area – multiple tutoring locations available near the Oberlin campus, so no long commutes will ever be required. Currently our company has an immediate need for tutors who are able to work right away during the busy late-Summer / Fall months of 2015, and also beyond. We need tutors NOW as the amount of "Tutoring Requests" we've been receiving from parents/students has increased substantially in the last few weeks. This increase in “Tutoring Requests” is due to students requiring more homework support and additional all-around tutoring as their fast-paced 'Summer School' courses come to an end and the Fall semester gets underway...

As a tutor you’ll be able to pick and choose which local students that you'd like to work with. Additionally tutors get to set their own hours, and their own weekly tutoring schedules.

Currently we have an immediate need for local tutors who can work part-time roughly 2-10 hours per week. All tutoring is conducted one-on-one at a neutral location such as a library, on campus, or a nearby coffee shop. Coffee shops seem to be the most popular tutoring locations for both students and tutors alike.

Prior tutoring experience, though helpful, is NOT required to be a busy and successful tutor. Even “rookie tutors” will have full tutoring schedules. As stated previously, tutors must be able to meet their students (tutees) at a local place in common (library, coffee shop, campus, etc) where the tutoring takes place. NO long commutes are ever required and if the tutoring location is close, possessing a car is not necessary.

If you are interested in tutoring music right away during the Summer and/or Fall months of 2015 (and even beyond), please send an email inquiry to:

support@wheresmytutor.com

NOTE – You may want to ALSO email us from your "non.edu" email address (i.e. your "gmail" or "yahoo" account), as we are an OFF-CAMPUS employer. Thanks...

Videographer needed!

I'm looking for someone to film a performance on Friday August 7th at 6pm for the Children's Shakespeare Project (oberlinchildrensshakespeare.org). You would need to bring your own camera and provide me with the raw footage.

Offering $50 (negotiable) for roughly an hour of filming~~~ You can contact me at OberlinChildrensShakespeare@gmail.com or 201-414-3407!

>>>Looking for a Paid Audio Intern<<<

You’re passionate about professional audio production. You’re hard working, dedicated, reliable and trustworthy and eager to start on an interesting career. Where do you go? What do you do? How do you get started? ...luckily for you Acoustik Musik, Ltd.needs a paid intern!

• The work environment is relaxed, and you will be working with professional grade equipment in a professional atmosphere.

• Responsibilities include all facets of audio production including transfers, mastering and on location recording.

• Our company has been in business for 20 years and we have a reputation for doing quality work in the audio/video field. Be one of our team members.

• Make yourself stand out in the crowd with professional experience in today’s economic climate with poor job possibilities and full of competition. If lack of professional experience is your weakness, lets work together to fix that up!! Fill in the gap between learning and labor.

Take your career to the next level and contact Tom Bethel at (tbethel @ oberlin.net) with links to any samples of your projects or work and contact information or call us to arrange an interview. 775-3681

Check out our website at www.acoustikmusik.com

Yardworkers & Handymen Looking for Work

Hello!

The two of us (Isaac and Jay) are recent Oberlin grads looking to pick up some extra work. We have experience in gardening, general landscaping, house & pet-sitting, basic carpentry, basic electronics, and organizational work. We are responsible, hard-working, and have fairly flexible schedules. Feel free to reach out at 862 224 2319 and/or inichola@oberlin.edu with any questions or projects.

Thanks!

Conservatory Library Fall 2015 – Positions Available!

Incoming first-years are invited to apply for the position of Circulation Assistant at the Conservatory Library.

Duties - See to circulation of the general collection, as well as Reserve items - Assist patrons with library copiers, printer and equipment - Enforce library policies and procedures - Maintain an excellent customer-service attitude in dealing with patrons - Keep up-to-date on Conservatory Library policies and instruction in the form of staff training, audio/visual information sources, and online/local documentation - Other duties as assigned

Over the course of training with library staff, you will become fluent in using both Library of Congress and Dewey Decimal classification systems. You will also learn the ins and outs of the library catalog, circulation software, and collection navigation.

Sound interesting? Then see:

Hours per week- Minimum of 4 required, with option for more as desired. Shifts include evenings and weekends.

Required qualifications – Must be reliable, punctual, courteous to patrons/staff, and have favorable references.

Desired qualifications – Work Study award and previous library/customer service experience.

Starting wage rate is $8.20 per hour.

Applications can be found online at http://www.oberlin.edu/library/students/application.pdf. Electronic applications, or scans of completed applications, should be sent as an email attachment to ccirc@oberlin.edu no later than 5pm on Friday, July 31st.

Printed applications can also be mailed to: ATTN: Circulation Coordinator Oberlin Conservatory Library 77 West College Street Oberlin, OH 44074

Printed applications must be RECEIVED no later than July 31st.

Thank you for your consideration of the Conservatory Library!

Oberlin College Library actively seeks a diverse student staff. Oberlin College is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.

Special Events Intern, Office of Public Programs

The Office of Public Programs if seeking a student intern for the 2015-2016 school year.

Responsibilities: The Special Events Intern will support the Office of Public Programs with the programs and events associated with the Oberlin Illuminate comprehensive campaign and recurring on-campus events with alumni, community members, donors, faculty and staff. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Assist with planning and preparing for special events. Participation in and staffing of select events as needed and directed. Additional duties may include developing timelines, working with outside caterers and vendors, drafting invitation text, creating processes/procedures, preparation of event materials, and special projects as assigned.

To receive a complete job description and how to apply, please email Emily Speerbrecher, Assistant Director of Public Programs, at Emily.Speerbrecher@oberlin.edu.

Ninde Scholars Program Media Specialist Wanted

Ninde Scholars Program Media Specialist Overview: The Ninde Program is seeking a Media Specialist that will be responsible for the following tasks: Photographing Ninde Events and programs, assistance with Ninde newsletter, design of program materials, program assistance and other office duties.
Program Description: The Ninde Scholars Program serves 7th–12th grade students in the Oberlin City School District. The program works with students who have a high financial need, and/or may be the first in their families to attend college. Responsibilities: • Photograph Ninde Program events, workshops and activities • Assist with the assembly of Ninde newsletter • Create promotional and marketing materials • Update online materials on Bonner Center Get Connected Platform • Assemble slide shows for presentations • Gather feedback and report on success and/or areas of suggested improvement • Build strong relationships with scholars, program tutors and program facilitators • Other office duties in regard to media, photography and print materials Time/Days/Hours: The Ninde Media Specialist will have weekly office hours at the Bonner Center for Service and Learning, with schedule determined by student schedule and staff schedule. Some office hours will take place in the evening, when photographing events. Students will generally work 5 hours per week.
Application Process: Please direct resume and cover letter to Susan Pavlus, spavlus@oberlin.edu.
Qualifications: • 2nd Year Oberlin College student and above (2015-2016 Academic Year) • Experience with photographing events a plus • Strong organization skills, with an ability to follow through with commitments • Media skills interest, previous work with Pages or other presentation software a plus • Camera equipment a plus