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Job ID Job Name Brief Job Description Special Notes About the Job Supervisor Contact Information
8118 BeAM Program Assistant The Be A Maker (BeAM) initiative at UNC is seeking motivated and service-oriented students who are interested in making to be Program Assistants for the 2019-2020 school year. Program Assistants are the first line of support for makerspace users, serving as the primary safety and customer service officers in 3 of the network makerspaces. Additionally, Program Assistants will provide educational tool trainings and workshops to users.  Based on performance, program assistants may have the opportunity to continue into the summer and/or next school year as well as having opportunities for advancement.

Availability Required: 7-12 hours a week. Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekend shifts based on availability.
7838 Classroom Support Technician Are you interested in Instructional Technology? Do you want to assist world class leaders in their fields to change health care at the #1 Pharmacy School in the country? The Educational Technology Department at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is seeking highly motivated students to be a part of our team. As a Classroom Support Technicians, you will work closely with our team of experts to deliver videoconference solutions to the faculty, staff, and students of the School. You will gain experience in large-scale videoconfence systems, master control operations, and lecture capture. Be a part of the future as we design and implement cutting-edge technology to shape the future of higher education. If you have any questions about the position please contact Hector Montes at
7556 Grants Management Assistant- Urban Studies The position is at the Center for Urban and Regional Studies and will provide administrative support for the management and administration of faculty research grants.  It will offer experience in grants administration and introduce students to a range of issues that impact people and places.  There could be a wide range of responsibilities, depending on the skill set of the student hired but we hope they would leave with valuable experience related to the financial side of grants and contracts as well as the steps in getting research proposals funded. We can work with the student to schedule hours worked.  We interact with visiting scholars from China who come to UNC for 6-12 months so there are opportunities to meet interesting people new to campus.

Todd Owen

8953 Peer Counselor I The Peer Counselor I position works with the Client Services team in the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. You will have the opportunity to assist your peers with all things related to financial aid. As a peer counselor, you will serve on the front lines, in-person at the front desk, and via telephone.

This position is a great opportunity to enhance your communication skills and relay detailed information. The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail and enjoy assisting and helping others navigate the financial aid process.

We are conveniently located on North Campus directly on Franklin Street. 
  Antonio Squire- 
8961 Edible Campus UNC Communications Intern The Edible Campus Communications Intern will be responsible for all things outreach and communications. This includes managing the Edible Campus social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), formatting brochures and outreach materials, creating graphics, maintaining the Edible Campus website, and assisting in other projects that arise. It would be great if you can come out to garden workdays and events when applicable. There is great autonomy with schedule for this position otherwise.

Laura Mindline