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Work Study Technician – Academic FacilitiesPosted on March 23, 2030.
Work-study will take an active role in assisting the manager and supervisory technicians with the daily operations of the wood shop. Work Study will help assist students, faculty, and staff in the safe and effective use of wood shop tools and machinery. Technicians will be scheduled a work load that is considerate of their class load with a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Work-study Technician – Academic FacilitiesPosted on July 1, 2025.
Work-study will take an active role in assisting the manager and supervisory technicians with the daily operations of the shop. They will help assist students, faculty, and staff in the safe and effective use of Metal shop and Foundry tools and machinery. Technicians will be scheduled a work load that is considerate of their class load with a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Imaging Center Technician – Level 1 – Imaging CenterPosted on January 13, 2022.
The Imaging Center Tech is responsible for the daily operation of the Imaging Center, which includes copying, scanning, digital printing, and binding. This position also consists of the usage of laser and various large format printers.
WS Prop and Costume – AVSPosted on January 10, 2022.
The purpose of this position is to support the Model Coordinator in daily tasks. Cleaning props and costumes using a variety of methods such as disinfectant spray, steam, and traditional washing machine. Organize props and costumes and maintain their organization. Check props and costumes out to students with proper knowledge of our Rental Contract. Apply labels to props and costumes. Prepare items to be photographed as well as photograph items using the stages in the AVC. You will work alone and with other work studies to perform these tasks.
Graphic Design Intern – Office for Institutional Equity and Inclusion – Multicultural Affairs/AdvisingPosted on December 10, 2021.
In this internship position, you will have the opportunity to manage and execute design collateral for the Office for Institutional Equity & Inclusion. The graphic designer will use their existing skill in creating collateral that includes, web graphics, event signage, flyers, programs, PowerPoints, webpage design, and more to support our organizational growth and public awareness.