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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.  
kyle@beam.unc.edu
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 hector_montes@unc.edu
8743 America Counts Literacy Tutor (9036 -Spring) SCALE Counts focuses on improving elementary and middle school mathematic understanding and performance by providing supplemental mathematics instruction along with the Common Core for Mathematics, designing appropriate instructional activities using a social justice framework, and monitoring student progress. As a tutor you must be available to work at least 2 hours a day, twice a week and commit to working a minimum of 6 hours per week. The main goal of the tutor is to help tutees become lifelong independent learners and to increase tutees’ math confidence.

Attend MANDATORY bi-weekly team meetings held Tuesday nights, 7pm-8:30pm on campus
Must create and must maintain accurate records of lesson plans and student attendance
Mandatory Participation is required for some events
Mattie McKines at mmckines@email.unc.edu or 919-962-0304
8742 America Reads Literacy Tutor (9035-Spring) Working with SCALE staff, school staff, teachers, administrators and coordinators; literacy tutors work with individual students one-on-one, grades pre-k through 8 in the areas of reading, comprehension, vocabulary, and writing. As a tutor you must be available to work at least 2 hours a day, twice a week and commit to working a minimum of 6 hours per week. Tutoring at most sites occur afterschool on Monday through Thursday, from 2:30pm - 5:30pm. utors in this position will gain an awareness of educational challenges and barriers children experience and will assist to combat these challenges.  Attend MANDATORY bi-weekly team meetings held Tuesday nights, 7pm-8:30pm on campus
Must create and maintain accurate records of lesson plans and student attendance
Mandatory Participation is required for some events
Mattie McKines at mmckines@email.unc.edu or 919-962-0304
9045 America Reads & Counts Program Assistant America Reads and Counts Program Assistant will be working with America Reads and Counts tutors, coaches and SCALE staff (Literacy Programs Director) assisting with general organizational and program tasks. SCALE’s Social Justice Library is essential to our America Reads and Counts program. Tutors are required to use SCALE’s library for selecting reading materials and checking out books for tutoring sessions.  Program Assistants are required to attend bi-weekly team meetings held Tuesday nights, 7pm-8:30pm on campus.

MANDATORY Participation in SCALE events
Mattie McKines at mmckines@email.unc.edu or 919-962-0304
9035 America Reads Literacy Tutor Working with SCALE staff, school staff, teachers, administrators and coordinators; literacy tutors work with individual students one-on-one, grades pre-k through 8 in the areas of reading, comprehension, vocabulary, and writing. As a tutor you must be available to work at least 2 hours a day, twice a week and commit to working a minimum of 6 hours per week. These 6 hours include tutoring, lesson planning, tutee progress reports and attending team meetings. The main goal of the tutor is to help tutees' become lifelong independent learners and to increase tutees' reading and writing confidence. Literacy tutors in this position are required to attend bi-weekly team meetings held Tuesday nights, 7pm-8:30pm on campus

Mandatory Participation is required for some events
Mattie McKines at mmckines@email.unc.edu or 919-962-0304
9036 America Counts Literacy Tutor Working with SCALE staff, school staff, teachers, administrators and coordinators; literacy tutors work with students individually or in small groups during Math class or afterschool, grades 3rd -8th. SCALE Counts focuses on improving elementary and middle school mathematic understanding and performance by designing appropriate instructional activities using a social justice framework, and monitoring student progress. As a tutor you must be available to work at least 2 hours a day, twice a week. The main goal of the tutor is to help tutees become lifelong independent learners and to increase tutees’ math confidence.

Literacy tutors in this position are required to attend bi-weekly team meetings held Tuesday nights, 7pm-8:30pm on campus.

Mandatory Participation is required for some events
Mattie McKines at mmckines@email.unc.edu or 919-962-0304
8987 Office and Operations Support Excellent Work and Study Job opportunity. Work requires ability to lift boxes weighing approximately 25-40 pounds to place on shelves/cabinets. High level of competency in document management, organization, and the ability to multi-task. Job may require long periods of standing and bending and working independently. Experience with MS Excel, Word, and databases preferred. Work hours are flexible and willing to work with your schedule, so that you can excel on the job and as a student. Excellent opportunity to learn many aspects of job skills that are required for Accounting or clerical jobs.   chrshane@email.unc.edu
9064 Student Loan Processor The Student Loan Processor will answer questions about educational loans, and financial aid in general. This position will assist with processing federal and private educational loans.

This position will enhance your communication and organizational skills, and give you valuable experience working in a professional office setting. You will also learn practical financial aid and loan knowledge, which will help prepare you for the future!
Work schedule very flexible

Student will have the opportunity to continue working in subsequent aid years.
cindy_mcgee@unc.edu