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Love Photography? The Oberlin Review is Hiring!

Have a passion for journalism? Know great photography when you see it? You should apply to be a Photo editor at The Oberlin Review for the 2014-2015 year!

Prior photography experience is preferred. All applicants should possess:

• Strong photography skills • A strong work ethic • The ability to communicate quickly and effectively • An awareness of campus and community happenings • A positive attitude!

To apply, please submit a résumé and any photo samples you may have to managingeditor@oberlinreview.org by Friday, April 25. In the subject line, please include your full name and "Photo editor application."

OSWell is hiring!

The Office of Student Wellness is hiring THREE new Peer Health Advocates (PHAs): Mental/Emotional Health Co-Coordinator, Alcohol & Other Drugs Co-Coordinator, and Nutrition Coordinator. These positions will start Fall 2014.

Peer Health Advocates (PHAs) coordinate and perform outreach, education, and raise awareness on health issues in the Oberlin College community. PHAs also serve as liaisons between the Office of Student Wellness and all other resources on campus.

Applications are due by noon on Tuesday, April 22nd. Please email oswell@oberlin.edu for more information or to request an application form.

Student Tobacco Intern

The Tobacco Policy Intern will coordinate and perform research, administrative organization, on tobacco policy and health issues in the Oberlin College community. The intern will also serve as liaison between the Office of Student Wellness, the Office of Wellness, and all other resources on campus. Specific duties include, but not limited to, resource investigation and promotion, community and college actions, planning programs and events, evaluation and maintenance of programs. We are looking for a student who has the ability to work both supervised and unsupervised, has good organizational skills, and is interested in health education and policy implementation on a challenging health topic, and is able present themselves in a professional manner both on and off campus.

As a Tobacco Intern you will spend 3-6 hours a week , attend meetings and work on projects. The intern will begin working with the Tobacco Committee at the end of this Spring semester and throughout the fall 2014. Please email ocwellne@oberlin.edu with your resume if you are interested in this position by 5:00pm Monday, April 28, 2014.

A complete job description can be found at https://docs.google.com/a/oberlin.edu/document/d/15gG1pqLRLv8Sxil7Qnyxm8jqch92PNKDHtIqY7YOFGk/edit

Love Design? The Oberlin Review is Hiring!

Have a passion for journalism? Know great design when you see it? You should apply to be This Week editor at The Oberlin Review for the 2014-2015 year!

This Week is the Review's center spread, where we showcase the week ahead on campus and in the community. We also pick a weekly theme around which we design fun, open-ended content.

All applicants should be comfortable working with Adobe InDesign and Photoshop.

To apply, please submit a résumé and design samples to managingeditor@oberlinreview.org by Friday, April 25. In the subject line, please include your full name and "This Week Application."

Love Editing? The Oberlin Review is Hiring!

Have a passion for journalism? Know great writing when you read it? You should apply to be an editor at The Oberlin Review for the 2014-2015 year!

The Review is looking to hire for the following paid editorial positions: News editor, Arts editor and Sports editor.

Prior journalism experience is preferred, but all applicants should possess:

• Strong written and editorial skills • A strong work ethic • The ability to communicate quickly and effectively • An awareness of campus and community happenings in their field of interest • A positive attitude!

To apply, please submit a résumé and writing samples (journalistic articles preferred, but papers or other samples work, too) to managingeditor@oberlinreview.org by Friday, April 25. In the subject line, please include your full name and the position(s) to which you are applying.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT CONSERVATORY LIBRARY CIRCULATION DESK FOR FALL 2014!

The Conservatory Library is seeking 6-8 Student Assistants for the Conservatory Library Circulation Desk for Fall 2014!

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 $8.05 per hour.

Applications can be found at the circulation desk in the Conservatory Library, and are due at 4:30pm on Friday April 25th. If you have any questions, please contact Greg Solow, Circulation Coordinator, at gsolow@oberlin.edu. Thank you for your consideration of the Conservatory Library! Where all your dreams come true.

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

The Oberlin Review Seeks Production Manager - Fall 2014

Are you a fabulous copy editor? Do you have the managerial skills to oversee 10 like-minded editors? Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, hiring and training copy editors, keeping copy editors focused, answering questions on AP and Review style, editing articles, updating the Review style guide, liaising with senior staff and section editors, and improving the production process as needed. This is a paid position! Email production@oberlinreview.org for an application.