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Chemistry Stockroom Assistant (R 1:30 to 4:30)

Thursday Stockroom Assistant Job Description

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Chem 102, 103 or an AP score of 5

Regular Duties. 1) Attend the stockroom window. 2) Distribute equipment to students who come to window by either having the student fill out a temporary or permanent (for missing or broken items) order form. The form must include the student's full name, chemistry course number, lab day of the week and date. Forms are to be filed alphabetically in the cardholder provided for each course. 3) Keep burets with stock solutions filled during Chem 101, 102, and 103 labs. 4) Refill general chemistry lab reagent bottles when half empty (this does not apply to the large bottles of strong acids and strong bases on the benchtops). 5) Other duties as required.

Work in a History Museum this Summer!

The Oberlin Heritage Center (located just behind the Conservatory) is hiring a part-time college intern this summer. If you want to learn more about the community, meet new people, gain professional skills, and earn money, then this is the job for you! Applicants should be team players who take pride in the quality of their work.

Job details: $10/hour, 20 hours/week for 9 weeks mid June - mid August (some flexibility)

Lead Tours of Historic Buildings Assist with Community Events and Youth Programs Conduct Research Projects Be Part of Behind-the-Scenes Museum Work

Application Deadline: March 31, 2018

Full position description and application details available at: www.oberlinheritagecenter.org/about/work

Questions? Contact Amanda Manahan at tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

Part-Time Light Equipment Operators

The City of Oberlin is accepting applications for Light Equipment Operators for part-time temporary, seasonal assignments in the Buildings & Grounds Division, General Maintenance Division and/or Water Division of the Public Works Department. Duties include manual labor and operation of light equipment in the maintenance of the City’s parks, facilities and infrastructure. The position requires working outdoors, sometimes in inclement weather. Must be flexible and available for occasional weekend assignments.

Minimum Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age or older. Must possess a valid state of Ohio Driver’s License. Comparable work experience preferred.

Starting Hourly Rate: $10.50/Hour D.O.Q.

Applications and full job description are available at www.cityofoberlin.com and at Oberlin City Hall (85 South Main Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074).

Applications may be returned via email to: hr@cityofoberlin.com

Or mailed to: City of Oberlin Human Resources Department 85 South Main Street Oberlin, Ohio 44074

OPEN UNTIL ALL POSITIONS FILLED – FIRST REVIEW FEBRUARY 27, 2018

The City of Oberlin is a Drug-Free Workplace and an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

Employment Opportunity - Youth Advisor for OUUF

Youth Advisor Job Opportunity with the Oberlin Unitarian Universalist Fellowship ---

Must be at least 25 years of age $1,000.00 Yearly Stipend, paid twice a month

This person will create and support an environment that achieves the RE mission and vision and to act as role-model to youth (ages 12-17) in the program, emphasizing the role as collaborator and partner in creating a program that reflects the needs and goals of the youth.

Click here for the full job description and requirements. http://www.ouuf.org/ministry-programs/youth-religious-education/

To apply: Send cover letter, references, and resume to dre@ouuf.org or mail to Attn: OUUF DRE Carmen McFarlin, PO Box 0354, Oberlin, OH 44074

Audiovisual Equipment Assistant

Assist patrons with equipment rental needs and usage for class projects and organizational events. At times, you may be required to deliver, set-up and operate AV equipment for campus classroom use. This includes data projectors, document cameras, sound systems, camcorders, TV carts and more.

Test and maintain equipment. Answer phones, create work order entries, pack orders, assist with invoicing and general office work.

Must be reliable, prompt, organized. Must be willing to learn; training will be provided.

Pay rate $8.35 per hour to start.
Hours: Mornings and afternoons Monday - Friday.

Apply at: https://jobs.oberlin.edu Then go under Search Jobs. Then, Keyword: Audiovisual

Div of Student Life Job Fair - Mon 2/12 5-7PM @ The 'Sco!

https://goo.gl/mZEUeC

Looking for some of the best jobs on campus? Then look no more and come to the Division of Student Life's Job Fair at the Sco on Monday, February 12 between 5-7 PM. This is your opportunity to talk with folks about upcoming opportunities this Spring, Summer and Fall!

Even better, you might get to meet some of your potential supervisors or co-workers ahead of time to ask questions and learn more about the positions being offered which always makes the interview process a little easier if you decide to apply for a position.

There will be information about jobs in the Student Union, Residential Education, Career Development, Bonner Center, Campus Dining, Disability Resources, Peer Mentors and PRSM!

See you Monday!

Pizza Shop Hiring or Lease our Pizza shop

We are looking to hire a cook with experience to work at our pizza shop. Our pizza shop is attached to our Bar in Elyria. We would also entertain a lease of the business if someone is interested as well. We have been in business 17 years and the bar/pizza shop has been in business for over 37 years overall. Please email if you would like to discuss this opportunity further.

Help the Du Bois Project make math fun for children

Join other Oberlin College students in making math fun for children. The Du Bois Fraction Club uses running, games, simple psychology and enthusiastic college students like you to induce children to attack math challenges at their level. Offering praise when they complete a challenge helps make math fun for them and start a virtuous cycle of accomplishment -> satisfaction and self confidence -> harder challenges -> greater accomplishment. Our Fraction Clubs for the spring will be: Wednesdays 12:20 – 3:00 PM (We can use help from 1:20 - 3:00 PM if you can't be there at 12:20 PM) Thursdays 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Fridays 1:20 – 3:50 PM The Du Bois Project helps underrepresented minorities and children from low socioeconomic families achieve and maintain excellence in the Oberlin Public Schools by helping them learn to enjoy math. visit tiny.cc/FractionClub for details. e-mail call or text Ken Stanley director@duboisproject.com 440.240.4945 if you are interested.
We are now able to offer federal work study pay for those who are eligible.