Updated 04/24/2014

Note: Student worker positions are only available to students who are enrolled, regularly attending classes at, and working for the university as a form of merit-based student financial assistance provided through the university. Employment in student worker positions will not be covered by any program of unemployment insurance.

** Also consider internships for valuable work experience. Current internships are listed in Husker Hire Link. **

Barista/Cashier - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska Union
Prepare coffee/tea beverages at the Caffina Cafe' within the Nebraska City Union. Must enjoy working in a fast pace area and working with customers. Several shifts available for the Fall Semester - August 2014. Weekend availability. Some available hours through the summer. 5-20 hours/week, August 23 - December 19, 2014; $7.25/hour; TO APPLY: Monday - Friday, 8AM-5PM, Room 200, Nebraska City Union. After 5PM applications are located at the Caffina Cafe'. Would like to train and scheduled shifts begin in the fall.


Summer Custodial/Housekeeping Attendant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Campus Recreation
Perform a combination of tasks which maintain Campus Recreation premises in a clean and orderly manner, thereby contributing to a pleasant and sanitary patron experience. Responsibilities: Cleans and restocks bathrooms; Maintains and stocks cleaning cart; Cleans hallways, lobbies, lounges, corridors, elevators, stairways/ramps, locker rooms and other areas; Follows prescribed safety procedures particularly with regard to hazardous materials such as bodily fluids and aerosol cans; Empties wastebaskets and recycling bins and transports to disposal area; Greets patrons in a friendly and warm manner; Completes daily checklists; Other duties as assigned. Uses hands to lift, carry or pull objects that may be heavy; Understands simple instructions; Learns simple procedures and techniques; Performs routine work or the same task over and over again; and Must be able to understand cleaning chemicals and dilution ratios. An appreciation of, and eye for, cleanliness. Experience helpful but not required. Paid training provided. Must pass criminal background check. $9 per hour, 16 hours per week. TO APPLY: Submit resume to emarks2@unl.edu.


Student Web Developer - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska Transportation Center
The Nebraska Transportation Center has a part-time Website Developer position available. Responsibilities include maintenance of the Center's websites and back-end systems, in addition to working with staff and faculty towards the creation of new websites as needed. This position will also work to keep the managed sites compatible with the UNL Web Framework and should keep security in mind while creating web pages. Must be able to work a minimum of 15 hours a week, between 7AM-6PM Monday-Friday; more hours are available, and the schedule is flexible. Experience with PHP, XHTML, MySQL, and Access is required. Experience with Barracuda Firewall, CSS, JavaScript, or the UNL Templates is very helpful. Pay negotiable with experience, Undergraduates & Graduates welcome to apply. Minimum commitment of 6 months required, possibility of up to 2 years. TO APPLY: Submit resume, web portfolio and a copy of your unofficial transcript through Husker Hire Link. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, please visit the Career Services Resource Center in room 225 of the Nebraska Union.


Student Involvement Assistant - EAST CAMPUS
Rural Futures Institute
Basic Function: Collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to foster innovative programs, encourage student learning, and prepare students for life beyond the university. Support content areas including gender related program, minority student development, leadership, involvement, volunteer service learning, social activity development, and student organizations. Promote community development diversity education and delivery to east campus in all programs. Student Involvement Responsibilities 10% 1. Participate as an active staff member in all Student Involvement training, orientation, and staff development meetings, programs and committees. 2. Assist in the development of collaborative projects across other SI content areas whenever possible. 3. Assist in the development of collaborative projects with other campus offices/ departments/ divisions as opportunities arise to help achieve the goals and mission of Student Involvement. 4. Assist students and other customers of Student Involvement as needed. Content Area Responsibilities 90% 1. Plan and implement programming initiatives for East Campus community. a. Welcome back week programs b. Culinary Programs c. Annual chili competitions d. Student Bowling League e. Innovative and Specialty Programs (i.e. Pinterest Night, Mini Golf Night, Ag Olympics) 2. Provide administrative function for East Campus Student Involvement a. Greeting Customers b. Answering Telephone c. Business correspondence and mailings d. Daily checking voicemail and email 3. Assist with Event Planning & Registration (EPR) database entry (NvolveU). 4. Maintain RSO records and files. 5. Contact RSOs regarding EPRs, Annual Review Forms (ARFs), deadlines, and mailboxes. Organize and Manage Creation Station area 6. Distribute and post advertising and promotional materials 7. Attend weekly East staff meetings and monthly all SI staff meetings. 8. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Special Qualifications (undergraduate positions only): 1. Event planning and management skills 2. Written and verbal skills 3. Interpersonal skills 4. Cross-cultural competence 5. Organizing skills/work management 6. Basic computer skills 7. Self-direction/self motivation. TO APPLY: Contact Reshell Ray at rray1@unl.edu.


Outdoor Adventures Staff (Summer & Fall 2014) - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Campus Recreation
"Men (Females) wanted for hazardous journey. Low wages, bitter cold, long hours of complete darkness. Safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in event of success." - Earnest Shackleton Dear Candidate, We are currently seeking motivated individuals to join our Climbing Staff, Equipment Rental Bike Shop and Adventure Trip program who have a passion for the outdoors, enjoy learning new skills, and have a genuine desire to teach others. Let me briefly explain what it means to be with Outdoor Adventures. And it all starts with our mission: To Engage Individuals and Groups in Adventure Experiences for Escape, Education & Enjoyment Outdoor Adventures program is student driven. This means that students are empowered and trained to plan and lead programs which have included activities and destinations in the past such as backpacking in the Grand Canyon, rock climbing in Arkansas, paddling in Nebraska, teaching top rope classes, leading challenge course programs, and assisting customers with a variety of equipment and gear rental needs. We operate programs 7 days a week, during school breaks, and some holidays. Your success depends on your ability to be detail oriented, professional, organized, and pro-active with your own development. Basic Duties Climbing Wall: Serves as the primary tool for management of risk at the Indoor Climbing Facility; Supervises participants in use of facility; Performs skill checks to standard, ensuring each participant passed can effectively demonstrate their competency of skill and understanding; Foster and/or reinforce social nature of facility, connecting patrons, encouraging community, etc. Basic Duties Equipment Rental: Serves as the primary point for customer contact with OA Program; Money Handling/ Credit Card/ Ncard transactions; Outdoor equipment competency; set up/ use/ take down; Educate customers on use of OA rental items; Foster and/or reinforce social nature of facility, connecting patrons, encouraging community, etc TO APPLY: To apply for this position please submit a cover letter and the UNL Campus Recreation Employment Application to Kyle Hansen khansen2@unl.edu no later than 12:00pm May 2, 2014. We will be holding interviews on May 7, 2014. The application is attached to this job posting in Husker Hire Link, Career Services' online job listing service at www.unl.edu/careers. For assistance, visit Career Services at 225 Nebraska Union. Feel free to contact me with any further questions. Kyle Hansen Khansen2@unl.edu 402-472-4703 “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir


Dishwasher - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Children's Center
Work at the UNL Children's Center. Employee will gather dishes from the classrooms and be responsible for washing in an industrial machine. The morning dishwasher will also be responsible for setting up the dish cart for the lunchtime meal. Work area will need to be cleaned by dishwasher at the end of every shift. Trash and recycling will be taken out by dishwasher as well. Must be a student at UNL. Must be a self starter who can work on own in a timely manner in a fast paced environment. Hours will be 9:00-12:30 or 12:30-4:30/5:00. Prefer Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday shifts. $7.50/hour. Hours worked per week will vary based on the shift taken. May 2014-August 2014. May continue to work in the fall depending on availability. TO APPLY: Application form to be completed are available through Husker Hire Link, Career Services' online job listing service at www.unl.edu/careers. This application form is attached to this job posting in Husker Hire Link. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, visit Career Services at 225 Nebraska Union.


Child Care Student Employee - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Children's Center
Work at the UNL Children's Center - Assist the Lead and Assistant Teachers with the care of the children. We have eleven different classrooms serving children ages 6 weeks to 6 years of age. Must be student attending UNL with an interest in working with children with preference given to education majors. Training will be provided. Schedules are done on a Monday - Wednesday - Friday or Tuesday - Thursday basis. $7.50/ hr for 5-20 hrs/week. More hours are available during the summer months. Employment can begin ASAP, but is mandatory to start May 12th. TO APPLY: Email jfleming4@unl.edu with hours that you are available to work and your major course of study Please list your phone number. Application and Qualification forms to be completed and are available through Husker Hire Link, Career Services' online job listing service at www.unl.edu/careers. This application and qualificaiton form is attached to this job posting in Husker Hire Link. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, visit Career Services at 225 Nebraska Union.


Women’s Soccer Student Manager - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Athletics
The student manager is responsible for daily management and maintenance of soccer equipment, practice setup, statistical analysis, and game-day operations. This position requires both an extensive knowledge of soccer as well as a passion for the game. The manager must be highly organized, proactive, and efficient. Experience with spreadsheets and camcorder operation is preferred. Strong interpersonal skills are essential for this position. The student manager must be available for all practices during the fall season as well as weekends (May travel with the team for away games, leaving Thursday and returning Sunday). Specific Skills: Use of video equipment (camcorder / DVD burner), statistical analysis using Excel. Building & Room: Hawks Championship Center. Number of Positions: 1. Hourly Pay: $7.25. Weekly Hours: 20. Days & Hours: M-F between 9AM – 12:30PM, weekends & holidays (Must be able to work at all practices). Start Date: August 1, 2014. TO APPLY: If you are available and interested in this position, please contact Peter Underwood at punderwood@huskers.com


Student Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Student Involvement
Basic Function: Provide assistance to Student Involvement in the delivery of programs and services to Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) through the Consultation Desk, as well as create an environment where activities and programs foster healthy development. Student Involvement Responsibilities 10% 1. Participate as an active staff member in all Student Involvement training, orientation, and staff development meetings, programs and committees. 2. Assist in the development of collaborative projects across other SI content areas whenever possible. 3. Assist in the development of collaborative projects with other campus offices/ departments/ divisions as opportunities arise to help achieve the goals and mission of Student Involvement. 4. Assist students and other customers of Student Involvement as needed. Content Area Responsibilities 90% 1. Sit at the Consultation Desk and provide outreach services to increase student knowledge of Student Involvement programs and services. 2. Distribute RSO mail and post approved notices on Student Involvement bulletin boards daily. 3. Assist students in completing Event Planning & Registration (EPR) forms. 4. Organize Creation Station (balloons and helium, banner paper, button maker, poster maker) 5. Maintain RSO records and files. 6. Contact RSOs regarding EPRs, Annual Review Forms (ARFs), deadlines, and mailboxes. 7. Assist with coordination of annual events such as the Student Impact Awards Banquet, Party at the Union, Club Fair, and Annual Registration and Orientations. 8. Attend bi-weekly Student Organization staff meetings and monthly all SI staff meetings. 9. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Special Qualifications (undergraduate positions only): 1. Written and verbal skills 2. Interpersonal skills 3. Cross-cultural competence 4. Organizing skills/work management 5. Basic computer skills 6. Self-direction/motivation $7.25/hour, 8-12 hours weekly. TO APPLY: Submit resume to mandi.hulme@unl.edu


Temporary Creative Consultant - Graphic Design Creation Position, Two Openings - Job #1333b - Work Thru Summer 2014 - CITY CAMPU
UNL Information Services
Information Technology Services is seeking a temporary student worker to join our team. NOTE: This student appointment is Immediate, however, a Temporary Appointment running through the end of the 2014 Summer Term. You will work on a student team in a highly creative and collaborative environment. You will learn new technology and develop problem-solving skills. Creativity and enthusiasm for new technology is highly valued on our team. Duties include graphic design creation and editing utilizing appropriate software. Consulting with team members and clients on design projects. Knowledge of graphic based software such as Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, User Experience/Interface (mobile/web) desired. $8.40/hour; up to 20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Apply online at http://its.unl.edu/jobs/


Infrastructure Assistant #1231 - CITY & EAST CAMPUS
UNL Information Services
Immediate Opening. Primary Responsibilities - Assist Infrastructure team on daily tasks & projects helping to maintain campuses communication rooms, certifying/labeling data jacks, working on network data connection activations and trouble tickets. Assist in the Data Centers documenting fiber and working on various projects, as needed. 1) Valid Driver's License; 2) Due to working with electrical color coded wiring, applicants "not color blind" are preferred. $8.20/hour for approximately 20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Apply online at http://is.unl.edu/jobs.


Events Management Team - Event Intern - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Do you have a desire to learn about event planning and management? The Events Intern position would have the opportunity to work directly with Events Management Team and learn the event planning process from beginning to end. Through this position you would also have the chance to gain some hands on event planning experience through our College Access Days and our ROTC Visit Day. Responsibilities would include: • Researching modern ideas in the world of event planning to create an innovative event experience • Work at events as needed and maintain strong customer service skills • Plan and implement a recruitment event during the academic year • Meet weekly in group and one-on-one atmospheres with supervisor • Create and execute semester based learning objectives A valid driver’s license and background check would be required for this position. Hours: Must be able to work approximately 10-15 hours/week and have some availability Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. for office shifts. Students will also provide support at events, which occasionally involve evening/weekend hours. TO APPLY: Apply at http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx . Contact Georgia Gleason at gleason2@unl.edu for questions.


Events Management Team - Event Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Are you a task driven worker who likes to assist on fundamental projects? The Student Worker Position would assist the Events Management Team. The Events Management Team is responsible for creating, planning and implementing recruitment events for the Office of Admissions. Responsibilities would include: • Prepping event materials for over 100 recruitment events • Assisting in final tasks in the days leading up to recruitment events • Packing event materials and assisting Event Coordinators • Work at events as needed and maintain strong customer service skills • Other duties as assigned A valid driver’s license and background check would be required for this position. Hours: Must be able to work approximately 10-15 hours/week and have some availability Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. for office shifts. Students will also provide support at events, which occasionally involve evening/weekend hours. TO APPLY: Apply at http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx . Contact Georgia Gleason at gleason2@unl.edu for questions.


Cashier -Union Crossing info desk - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska East Union
Work at Union Crossing Info Desk. Must like working with people. Saturdays 3pm-10pm. You will train now but shift will begin in August 2014. $7.25/hour. TO APPLY: Apply in Room 314, Nebraska East Union.


Cashier / Pinchaser - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska East Union
Work in Lanes N Games as Cashier / Pinchaser. Must like working with people. Several shifts open. Tuesdays 5pm-10pm, Fridays 5pm-midnight, Saturdays 12:30pm-6pm or Saturdays 5:45pm-midnight. You will train now and shifts will begin in August- 2014. 7.25/hr TO APPLY: Apply room 314, Nebraska East Union.


Summer Help - Soybean Breeding Project - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture
SUMMER HELP NEEDED University of Nebraska Soybean Breeding Project Preferences • Looking for individuals with an interest in Agronomy, Range Science, Soil Science, Natural Resources or related science • Agricultural experience helpful • Must Be at least 16 years old Job Responsibilities • Full time work in the field and seed lab working with other Students, Technologists and Project leaders • Assist in setup and preparation of research tests • Planting research test plots • Assist in research test plot maintenance Benefits • Gain firsthand knowledge about how breeding programs operate • Flexible Schedule • Excellent work environment • Good work experience TO APPLY: Please contact Les Korte at lkorte1@unl.edu or Aaron Hoagland at ahoagand3@unl.edu Or call 402-472-6343 107 Stewart Seed Lab East Campus University of Nebraska Lincoln, NE 68583-0827


Custodial/Cleanup, Setup & Strike Crew-CITY CAMPUS
UNL Lied Center for Performing Arts
Hiring UNL students for the Lied Center for Performing Arts Facilities Services Department. Part-time jobs doing mainly custodial duties, cleaning up after events, and some setup work for events. Custodial duties include but are not limited to vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, bathrooms, trash removal, and seasonal snow removal. No experience required. Starting rate is $7.75/hour. Hours needed: Flexible day shifts between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and night shifts between 5 p.m. and 2 a.m., includes some weekends.


Nebraska College Preparatory Academy- Summer Science Camp- Resident Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
The Nebraska College Preparatory Academy (NCPA) is a program that works with first-generation and low-income students and families from the Grand Island and North Omaha communities. NCPA is designed to work with these students and families throughout high school to ensure high school success, adequate college preparation, and admission into UNL or another college or university. The NCPA Summer Science Camp Resident Assistant will supervise NCPA scholars on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s campus. Qualifications/Duties: •Positive role model skills •Excellent communication skills, honesty, and integrity •Participate in scheduled activities with scholars •Required overnight stay in University Housing •Responsible for transporting scholars with University vehicle •A valid driver’s license with less than 6 points deduction Hours: •Varies. Cannot exceed 40 hours per week. Camp Schedules: •Camp 1: July 14-16 •Camp 2: July 17-19 •Camp 3: July 21-23 •Camp 4: July 24-26 •Camp 5: July 29- August 1 TO APPLY: Apply at http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx . Contact Charity Iromuanya at ciromuanya2@unl.edu for questions.


Student Veteran Assistant (Summer 2014) - CITY CAMPUS
Student Veterans Task Force
Essential Job Functions: The essential job function for the Veteran Administration work study staff is to assist student veterans in the use of services and resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and other outside veteran resources through New Student Enrollment that will include outreach to student veterans through face-to-face contact, e-mail, and other media. Work Site Description: The Veteran Administration work study staff will be working out of the Student Veterans Organization office located at 310 Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center that is adjacent to the Nebraska Union. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Represent the UNL Student Veterans Organization at New Student Enrollment events and information booths. 2. Attend and give a short presentation to student veterans during New Student Enrollment. 3. Assist student veterans to utilize services and resources of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Student Veterans Organization, the University of Nebraska –Lincoln and other outside veteran resources. 4. Identify and conduct outreach to veterans keeping them informed of events that benefit veterans and build community among veterans. 5. Provide customer service to veterans who need assistance in the UNL Student Veterans Organization located in the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center. 6. Communicate with veterans and/or targeted groups of veterans using direct contact, social media, the UNL Student Veterans Organization website and other forms of media or communication. 7. Perform data entry and generate reports for issues that matter to veterans. 8. Assume other duties as assigned related to veteran concerns. QUALIFICATIONS: The student must be receiving educational benefits from the Veteran Administration and be enrolled for nine hours this summer. This part-time opportunity is for the summer months and will include morning hours during New Student Enrollment events. TO APPLY: Review of application will begin Monday, May 5. Please submit your resume to Thomas Allison at tallison2@unl.edu or on Husker Hire Link.


Landscape & Nursery Crew - CITY & EAST CAMPUS
UNL Landscape Services
Student workers are needed at Landscape Services on our Landscape Crews. We have positions available on both City & East Campuses. Starting wage is $8.00/hour. Our normal work schedule is 7:00 am-3:30 pm, M-F, we will work around your class schedule. Job entails all aspects of Landscape Maintenance & Nursery Production. A valid drivers license is required and you must have at least 7 points remaining of 12 points on your driving record to be eligible for employment. You must be at least 18 years old. TO APPLY: Applications are available online (http://www.unl.edu/landscape/), at the City Campus Office, 1309 N. 17th St. or at the East Campus Office, East Campus Loop (north of Tractor Test). If you have questions call Susan Budler (472-1229) or e-mail at sbudler1@unl.edu.


Summer Custodians - CITY/EAST CAMPUSES
UNL Central Facilities Operations and Student Family Housing
Summer Custodians needed in the Residence Hall Complexes to assist in cleaning and maintaining facilities at University Housing’s residence halls. Duties include cleaning and attending restrooms in living areas and public lobbies, cleaning public areas, cleaning steps inside and outside the building, cleaning laundry areas and dining halls, and other duties as assigned. Specifics include disinfecting and cleaning all restroom area and fixtures, removing trash, sweeping mopping, dusting, polishing, cleaning windows, and other cleaning duties. There is a considerable amount of lifting, bending, climbing and walking required to do these jobs. Starting pay is $8.50 per hour; plus attendance incentive; starting approximately May 9 and continuing until August 24, 2014. TO APPLY: If you are interested, please contact the Facilities Office at the complex you would like to work. They are: Selleck/Kauffman 472-1083; Burr-Fedde (East campus) 472-1028; Harper/Schramm/Smith/Village, 472-1068; Abel/Sandoz, 472-1017; and Knoll/University Suites, 472-1048.


Student Worker - Nebraska Educational Telecommunications - EAST CAMPUS
NE Educational Telecommunications (NET)
NET is in search of hardworking students to assist us with a variety of general customer service tasks including setting up and providing technical support for events and routine building maintenance. Part-time positions for students who are detail-oriented, have excellent computer skills, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, meet deadlines, and work independently. 15-20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Submit your resume and cover letter to jthomsen@netnebraska.org and clund@netnebraska.org.


Telephone Interviewer - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR)
The Bureau of Sociological Research is taking applications for telephone interviewers to conduct social research – no sales or solicitation. Evening and weekend hours are available. Workers are requested to commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week (three 4-hour shifts) while studies are in progress. Applicants must be willing to work four weekend shifts each month. This position pays $8.50/hour. The telephone interviews are conducted in Benton Hall. Applicants should be available to work through the summer. TO APPLY: Application forms and more information are available online at http://bosr.unl.edu/telephone-interviewer


Technical Research/Writer - Job #1235 - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Information Services
Immediate opening. 20 hours a week. Responsible for creating and writing various types of user documentation, including how-to guides, references, manuals, cheat sheets, or instructions. Position will need to be able to gather and research information creating clear and concise documents to be used for planning purposes. Qualifications - Excellent Written and verbal communication skills; attention to detail; team player; ability to self-direct work activity as well as take direction; Microsoft Office Suite experience. $9.00 per hour, Up to 20 hours per week. Academic Year + Summer Hrs Possible. TO APPLY: Apply at http://its.unl.edu/jobs/.


Sales Associate/Cashier - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Bookstore
We are hiring associates to assist with bookstore operations for the end of the semester. This position may work up to 40 hours a week depending on need and availability. Associates have an opportunity to be kept on as regular employees. This is determined by availability, bookstore need and your performance during your temporary assignment. Sales associates may work in all areas of bookstore operations including but not limited to: operating a cash register, assisting students and customers on the sales floor, shipping and receiving, online orders and answering phones. Now through mid-May with chance to be kept on permanent. Cash register experience is a plus but not required. TO APPLY: Go to http://www.follett.com/careers > Select Job Search > Lincoln, NE > Search > Select the Evergreen Position > complete the application.


Learning Spaces Trainee Developer, Job #1344 - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Information Services
The UNL ITS Learning Spaces is seeking an individual with good customer service skills, who is organized and self-motivated to fill our open student worker Learning Spaces Developer position. The individual must have good attention to detail skills, basic knowledge of computers, verbal and written communication skills, and an understanding of web development languages and databases. This position will be responsible for developing and supporting the Learning Spaces web based operational management software, gathering and analyzing data, and provide support to Learning Spaces customers. $8.40 per hour, Up to 20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Apply at http://its.unl.edu/jobs.


IANR News Student Writer - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Educational Media/IANR
Working with the news team that covers the activities and programs of IANR, the student writer will write and distribute stories to newspapers, radio, TV, magazines and websites across Nebraska, the region and the nation. The student writer will conduct interviews, write news stories and other information and help with special communications projects. He/she may also write copy for the IANR website and IANR publication. The student writer may use social media to distribute that information. IANR news covers a wide range of topics including agriculture, natural resources, families, food and nutrition, wildlife, economics and the environment. Qualifications: • Experience writing news stories (news editorial classes included). • Completion of at least one news writing and reporting class or equivalent newspaper experience. • At least sophomore standing, juniors and seniors preferred. • College of Journalism and Mass Communications or Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication students preferred. • Interest in or knowledge of agriculture, natural resources or science desirable but not required. $9 to $10/hour; 15-20 hours/week; summer and/or school year employment is available TO APPLY: Send resume to dmoser3@unl.edu


University Health Center (UHC), Health Promotion & Outreach, Graduate Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL University Health Center
•Assist, plan, implement and evaluate health and wellness educational programs, projects, activities and events for UNL students. Topics include, but are not limited to: stress, healthy relationships, sexual health, alcohol, tobacco, nutrition, physical activity, sleep, safety, and self-care. •Assist with the planning and execution of the HPO events, activities and campaigns. •Assist with Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP), HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR) site. •Promote HPO programs and activities as well as UHC services. •Track individual monthly contacts, number of students reached through educational efforts, events held and materials given out performing duties. •Assist with the evaluation and assessment of all department activities. •Occasionally assist with and attend NUTR 230 classes taught by Health Promotion & Outreach staff. •Maintain and monitor inventory in storage spaces. •Other duties as assigned. *Education in nutrition, exercise and health sciences, education, psychology, sociology, gender studies, child, youth and family studies, or related education considered. *Experience in health promotion, health education, or wellness. *Excellent communication skills, detail oriented, positive attitude and work ethic. *Comfortable with public speaking and giving presentations on all health topics listed above. *Strong organizational and time management skills. Strong writing skills. *Computer experience required; proficient in MS Word and PowerPoint. *Ability to work independently with minimal direction. Successful completion of a criminal background check. Training will be provided. Will become a certified Teen Outreach Program Club Facilitator from the Wyman Institute. $1,517 per month (10 months), 9 credit hours per semester (in-state tuition), some health insurance. 19.5 hrs/week throughout the fall & spring semster, some evenings/weekend . August 1, 2014 - May 31, 2015. TO APPLY: Applications are available in Room 209 of the University Health Center (1500 U Street). Applications should be returned to: Suzanne Forkner Health Promotion & Outreach 1500 U Street Lincoln, NE 68588-0618 sforkner2@unl.edu Question can be directed to Suzanne at 402-472-7443. Application is attached. Applications due Friday, April 25, 2014.


Student Receptionist - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Office of Research and Economic Development
UNL Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3) has openings for two Student Assistants. Work include greeting visitors and research participants, answering and forwarding phones and directing people where to go in the building. CB3 is seeking responsible, effective communicators with excellent organization skills and the ability to follow directions. Applicants must have great customer service skills, be able to work a 3 – 4 hour block of time 5 days a week, and must be available to work through the summer. Applicants should possess the ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced office environment with minimal supervision. A responsible, effective communicator with excellent organization skills and the ability to follow directions. Student Assistants must have excellent customer service skills. Applicant should be capable of having a sharp eye for detail and possess the ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced office environment with minimal supervision. Pay starts at $7.50/hour for 15 -20 hours/week. TO APPLY: TO APPLY: apply in person at Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior, Memorial Stadium East, City Campus. Please provide class schedule information with the application. Application forms are available at the main entry reception desk at the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior, City Campus. For more information contact Shelly Cutsor at (402) 472-1870 or mcutsor2@unl.edu.


Laboratory Assistant - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Center for Plant Science Innovation
The Sally Mackenzie Laboratory is looking for a dependable, enthusiastic undergraduate student to work 15-20 hours per week during the school year and up to 40 hours per week over the summer. The student will be helping with molecular biology and genetics experiments in a laboratory setting. Position requires student to be analytical and precise and to have good hand-eye coordination. Prefer a student with some biological background. Wages will be $8.50 per hour. TO APPLY: Please submit resume and inquiries to Yashi Wamboldt, ywamboldt2@unl.edu, 472-6998.


Explore Center Student Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Exploratory & Pre-Professional Advising Center
The Exploratory and Pre-Professional Advising Center is looking for a student worker to provide various types of office support during May, June and July. Additionally, the student worker will assist with New Student Enrollment (NSE) June 9th-July 11th. Office duties include greeting visitors, answering phones, scheduling appointments, entering data, filling spinning racks with printouts, delivering campus mail to offices within walking distance, copying, scanning, recycling, some light cleaning and other projects and duties as assigned. NSE duties include greeting students and leading them in small group discussions while they’re waiting to be advised. Training will be provided. Work Study award for Summer 2014 is required. Ability to work 9:30-12:30 and 1:30-2:30 preferred. $7.25 per hour for 15-20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Application can be found at http://cas.unl.edu/studentapp.pdf or picked up from 127 Love Library South. Return application by email to mtegler2@unl.edu, by fax at (402) 472-3630 or in person to 127 Love Library South. Please contact Mikayla Tegler at (402) 472-3605 or mtegler2@unl.edu with questions.


Undergraduate Student Worker Position - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Graduate Studies
Position Description The Office of Graduate Studies seeks highly motivated student workers to serve as “classroom consultants” during the Institute for International Teaching Assistants, July 28-August 8. Work hours are Monday through Friday for approximately 15-20 hours per week. Duties include assisting instructors in language classes; providing constructive feedback after microteaching session; videotaping and timing microteaching sessions; and other tasks as assigned. Qualifications: Excellent organizational and communication skills. Basic knowledge of video equipment is essential. Must be team-oriented, demonstrate a professional attitude, be prompt, and reliable, and in good academic standing. Salary is $7.25 per hour, job to begin July 28. TO APPLY: Contact Hollie Swanson at hswanson5@unl.edu to complete an application.


Office of Admissions - Campus Visits Tour Guide - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Be a part of the Office of Admissions Tour Guide Team! Job Description: The Office of Admissions is looking for upper-class students (sophomores - juniors) with leadership experience to join our team. As a tour guide, you will host prospective students and families visiting campus, provide event support and highlight the amazing academic and campus life at UNL. Qualifications/Duties: •Efficient time management skills and attention to detail •Excellent interpersonal communication including large group and one-on-one visits •Reliable and ability to display commitment to the role of a campus representative •Enthusiasm for UNL Hours: Employees can expect to work approximately 8 -15 hours/week Tour guides must be available to work the following hours Monday through Friday. •9:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. •11:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (lunch included) •1:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. There are also occasional Saturday and special event opportunities that tour guides will be asked to provide assistance. If you have additional questions, contact Megan Rolofson at mrolofson2@unl.edu or 402-472-0984. TO APPLY: Apply at: http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx


Communications/Media Intern - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Career Services
Career Services is seeking an effective and creative communicator who enjoys writing, design, engaging UNL students in conversations and activities, researching and identifying appropriate content, and supporting daily office operations and events. Qualifications: • Excellent written, verbal, and visual communication skills • Strong attention to detail and a high level of professionalism • Experience in strategically using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, as well as other media outlets • Knowledge/experience in basic graphic design • Knowledge/experience in basic web design preferred • Ability to self-direct work activity as well as take direction and work as part of a team • Ability to accept feedback and constructive criticism and adapt accordingly TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to Emily Wilber at ewilber1@unl.edu.


Student Worker - EAST CAMPUS (Summer)
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture
Full time summer help wanted with the possibility of starting part time prior to the end of the semester. Duties include assisting in the Agronomy and Horticulture Research/Teaching Greenhouses and the upkeep of the Horticulture Garden and various research plots located on East Campus. Farm background is helpful with the ability to operate small tractors/equipment. TO APPLY: Interested applicants may apply by contacting: Ruth Miller (402) 472-7037


Student Worker - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture
The Department of Agronomy & Horticulture is looking for a responsible and dependable student to complete the following duties: • Assist in maintaining the Department of Agronomy & Horticulture website. • Create content for print and web media. • Proofread media in various formats. • Use Adobe Creative Suite CS6 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) to assist in the creation of media for the department. • Assist with various print and online design projects from brainstorming creative conception to product delivery. Requirements: • Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite CS6, specifically, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign experience required. • News-editorial and/or copywriting knowledge helpful, but not required • Photography knowledge helpful, but not required • HTML and CSS knowledge helpful, but not required • Ability to communicate effectively • Be able to work between the hours of 8 a.m.–5 p.m. this spring/summer (Will work with student needing flexible schedules and work times) TO APPLY: If you are interested in this position please see Fran Benne in 377P Plant Sciences Hall on East Campus, call 472-1524 or email fbenne2@unl.edu.


Student Life Complex Tutors for SUMMER & FALL - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Student Life Center
The Student Life Complex is now accepting applications for tutorial positions for the summer and fall sessions! Tutors set their own availability and hours will vary based on courses/availability. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ALL COURSES! Tutors must be at least a junior in class standing with a cumulative GPA above 3.0. Must commit to one semester minimum and possess great communication skills. Previous tutoring or teaching experience preferred. Applicants able to tutor multiple subjects preferred. TO APPLY: Please complete the attached application, listing any and all courses you'd be interested in tutoring, and email it to Andrea Einspahr at aeinspahr@huskers.com. Please include a PDF of your unofficial transcript. To access the application, login to Husker Hire Link http://www.unl.edu/careers. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, contact Career Services, 225 NE Union, 402.472.3145


Need Full Time Summer Help 2014 - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Weed Science Department
The UNL Weed Physiology and Crop Production Project are recruiting two full-time student employees for this summer 2014. There is a possibility of periodic work this spring semester during late April and early May during spring planting depending on weather and field conditions on an Aas needed basis@. The employee will work primarily at the ARDC Agronomy Farm near Mead, but some work could be done at the Havelock Agronomy Farm or also on East Campus. Transportation will be provided to and from Mead, and the student will be paid for the travel time from campus to Mead everyday (approximately 45 minutes each way). During the summer, four or five day work weeks with 8 to 10 hours per day will be normal, although longer work days may be needed occasionally during busy times. Some weekly work schedules will allow for having Fridays off. Flexible work schedules will be needed to facilitate work activities that need to be accomplished during peak work load times. Applicants with a Nebraska driver’s license, farm background, experience operating farm equipment, and ability to operate vehicles with manual transmissions will be given priority. A commercial pesticide applicator=s license would be beneficial and result in a higher pay rate. Work will involve all aspects of agronomy with small and large research plots. Agronomy research including work with: crop rotations, cover crops, weed control, organic vs conventional cropping systems, seed treatments, and hybrid corn, soybean, or sorghum research trials. Research projects require periodic soil sampling and weed / plant counts or biomass sampling during the growing season. Soil water measurements will be taken during the growing season on a periodic basis. Some work is very meticulous or routine in nature, but you will have exposure to variety of field research activities and plot work. Most of the work will be in the field requiring hand labor or farm equipment operation, sometimes during physically demanding weather conditions. Part of the work time will be spent on east campus working on sample processing, computer data entry, or work in a teaching garden for Agronomy 132 later in the summer. Pay will be based on year in college and applicable experiences. Students who work for our research project in the summer are given priority to work part-time during the fall and spring semesters of school. College credit can be earned with an arranged internship project over the summer work experience. TO APPLY: If interested in working for us, Please contact: Tom Galusha 402-472-3306 office 402-432-8325 cell E-mail: Darren Binder 402-472-0495 office 402-821-7277 cell E-mail:


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