Job Description: Claremont University Consortium Communcations Department is currently accepting applications for Communications/ Graphic Design Assistant. The successful candidate will assist in the design and development of layouts for print, web and digital communications materials, using appealing grapics that are well organiized. Candidates must posses the ability to exercise good judgement when interpreting instructions and be able to identify the strengths and weakenesses of alternative solutiions. An ability to collaborate with all members of the CUC communications department (communications, design and web development) required. Successfull candidates must be self-motivated and equipped with strong organizational and multi-tasking skills. Must possess the ability to meet deadlines and utilize strong graphic design and written skills to assist in the development of effective visual ideas from concept through to completion.
Job Qualifications: Candidates must be proficient with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign. Must possess superior art/design capabilities with an understanding of basic HTML coding. The candidate must be a team player and open to constructive criticism and customer feedback. An educational emphasis in graphic design and/or previous graphic design experience required. Samples of previous work and resume required.
Rate of pay: $15 per hour Approximate hours per week: 10
Contact Information: Kim Lane, email@example.com- 909/607-3778
Job Description: LeAD Labs is faculty run evidence-based leader assessment and development consultancy housed within CGU. The LeAD Labs Intern will act as a collaborator to the labs and will support current and future strategic initiatives and programs geared toward organizational effectiveness or external client development. The candidate will perform various administrative tasks, which support coordination and implementation of labs' activities. The candidate is expected to uphold LeAD values and professionally represent the LeAd Labs internally and externally while moving toward the LeAD mission.
Job Qualifications: Candidates must be pursuing a graduate level degree at Claremont Graduate University (i.e., MA/MS, PhD). The successful candidate must have interest in Leader Assessment or Leader Development. Experience organizing and managing events and people is preferred, although not required.
Rate of pay: $15-$17 per hour Approximate hours per week: 8-15
Contact Information: Dr. Becky Reichard, Assistant Professor CGU, Director LeAD Labs, Becky.Reichard@cgu.edu-909/607-0457
Job Description: CGU Housing Services is currently accepting applications for the position of Housing Office Clerk. The Housing Office Clerk will be responsible for performing clerical duties in an office setting, assisting the Housing Manager and Community Advisor with filing, answering phones, greeting residents and guests, site tours, scheduling meetings, inventory and marketing.
Job Qualifications: Candidates must possess a basic knowledge of office operations and office equipment. Successful candidates must be social media savvy and familiar with the Claremont area. Physical requirements include the ability to lift 10lbs, climb stairs, and walk/stand for extended periods of time. Required skills include basic math calculations, Microsoft Word, Access or Excell and Microsoft Publisher. Knowledge of Outlook email, Facebook/Twitter posting required. General creativity and professional phone etiquette required. Candidates living in CGU Housing complex preferred, not required.
Rate of pay: $12-$15 per hour Approximate hours per week: 20
Contact Information: Housing Office, 909/607-8506
Number of openings: 1
Employer: Getty Leadership Institute
Job Position: Graduate Assistant
Job Description: The Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University is a leading provider of executive education to museum leaders around the globe. This role will assist with coordination of program delivery, and support GLI staff as needed. Duties are mainly administrative and will include preparing and copying program materials, sourcing permissions, ordering supplies and preparing shipments; updating, maintaining and filing GLI records (paper, electronic); updating contact and program tracking databases; assisting with accounting and travel expense processing; and supporitng GLI's social media efforts. Other duties as needed including undertaking research for discrete proiects.
Job Qualifications: Candidates must possess a high level of communicaiton skills in English; both verbal and written. Candidates must have Interpersonal ease with dependable strong work ethic. Candidates must be task orientated, capable of working as part of a tight-knit team, able to complete projects with an excellent attention to detail. All applicants must be proficient in Windows-based computers utilizing Outlook, Word and Excel. Experience updating contact management systems or similar database work, and using Hobsons Connect is desirable. Confidence using the Web for research, display interest in leadership education, arts management, and museums a plus.
Rate of pay: $12 per hour Approximate hours per week: 10-20
Contact Information: Toni Guglielmo, 909/621-8556- firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of openings: 2
Employer: Drucker School Office of Career Development
Job Position: Assistant for Student Affairs
Job Description: Drucker School Office of Career Development is currently accepting applications for an Assistant for Student Affairs. The Assistant for Student Affairs is responsible for working with the office of Career Development to assist staff with various administrative and office functions, as well as working closely with the new Associate Dean for Administration and Student Affairs to support outreach efforts with students, CGU alumni and external partners.
Job Qualifications: The successful candidate will show an active interest in working with students and alumni, with strong attention to detail. The candidate must posses highly developed organizational skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and reliable follow-through abilities. Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook and social media platforms required. Familiarity using project management and CRM software a plus.
Rate of pay: $12 per hour Approximate hours per week: 20
Employer: Drucker School Office of Alumni Relations
Job Position: Assistant for Alumni Relations
Job Description: Drucker School Office of Alumni Relations is currently accepting applications for an Assistant for Alumni Relations. The assistant is responsible for working with the Office of Alumni Relations staff to assist staff with various administrative and office funcitons, as well as working closely with the Associate Dean for Administration and Student Affairs to support outreach efforts with students, CGU alumni and external partners.
Job Qualifications: The successful candidate will show an active interest in working with students and alumni, with strong attention to detail. The candidate must possess highly developed organizational skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and reliable follow-through abilities. Knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook and social media platforms required. Familiarity using project management and CRM software is a plus.
Rate of pay: $12 per hour Approximate hours per week: 20
Job Description: The Equal Access Foundation (sponsored by Test Prep Gurus) is currently accepting applications for part-time math or reading tutors as it pertains to SAT and ACT. We work with the students in the Claremont community who are high-achievers from disadvantaged situations. Tutoring students involves a flexible, autonomous teaching environment and support from the entire organization- we provide ongoing training, find the students, handle the scheduling, provide professional learning spaces, etc., so you can focus solely on teaching.
Job Qualifications: We are looking for personable tutors who are excited to help young people reach their goals for college by improving their standardized test scores. Students awarded Federal Work Study preferred.
Rate of pay: $25 per hour Approximate hours per week: 5-20
Contact Information: Elisa Popadiuk, 949-229-5359
Number of openings: 10
Employer: Quality of Life Research Center, 1227 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA 91711
Job Position: Research Assistant
Job Description: The Quality of Life Research Center is currently accepting applications for a part-time research assistant to contribute to ongoing phases of research projects at the Center. Contributions include data collection, background research, and data analysis.
Job Qualifications: We are looking for someone with qualitative and/or quantitative data analysis skills and facility with SPSS.
Rate of pay: $15-16 per hour, 10- 20 hours per week
Job Description: The Honnold Mudd Library is currently accepting applications for a part-time services desk assistant to carry out the following activities: serve patrons in person, on the phone, and via instant messenger; perform circulation procedures, reference, and refer to librarians; shelve books and assist patrons on microfilm and MFP's; and, attend regular training meetings.
Job Qualifications: Eligible candidates must have excellent communication skills, evening and weekend availability, and excellent attendance. Applicants must also value quality customer service.
Job Description: The Foothill AIDS Project is currently accepting applications for a part-time administrative/research assistant and tutor. The student will be responsible for performing administrative and/or research activities such as assessing how other nonprofit social service agencies market their services and programs online, in print and via broadcast media; student will also help our clients use a new texting service and other online or social media to improve their emotional health and find part-time employment.
Job Qualifications: The successful candidate must possess strong computer skills and display an interest in marketing/public relations for social service or health-related organizations.
Rate of pay: $12-15 per hour, 20 hours per week
Contact Information: Art McDermott , 909/482-2066 ext 313
Job Description: The Foothill AIDS Project is currently accepting applications for a part-time administrative/research assistant and tutor. The student will be responsible for performing administrative and/or research activities such as preparing presentations and materials to help clients and their families improve their nutrition, health and general life skills. This position also involves tutorial responsibilities in health and nutritional awareness. The student will focus on drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment as well as work on projects associated with social needs related to poverty.
Job Qualifications: Candidates must have an interest in a wide range of social needs.
Job Description: The Registrar's Office is currently accepting applications for a part-time clerical assistant. Responsibilities primarily include filing and document proofing, but may also include assisting in receptionist duties as needed.
Job Qualifications: We are looking for someone with good communications skills and acute attention to detail.
Rate of pay: $12-15 per hour, 15- 20 hours per week
Contact Information: Edris Stuebner, 909/607-3370
Number of openings: Filled
Employer: CGU School of Arts & Humanities
Job Position: Office/Event Assistant
Job Description: The School of Arts & Humanities is currently accepting applications for a part-time office/event assistant to assist in basic clerical duties, such as filing, answering the phone, scanning etc., and to provide support for special events. Support for events involves helping with set-up, event clean-up, and maintaining supplies. This position involves some evening hours as needed.
Job Qualifications: Eligible applicants must have basic knowledge of Word, Excel, and Acrobat, a professional and helpful demeanor, the ability to take direction from multiple staff members, and some flexibility with regard to work hours and helping with after-hours event.
Rate of pay: $12-15 per hour, 5-15 hours per week
Contact Information: Sarah Jaques-Ross, email@example.com, 909-607-3335
Number of openings: Filled
Employer: CGU, Drucker School of Management
Job Position: Graduate Intern/Ambassador
Job Description: The Drucker School of Management is currently accepting applications for a part-time graduate intern and ambassador to perform the following duties: coordinate direct mailand marketing collateral in collaboration with the Senior Director, Assistant Director of Admissions, and Admissions Counselor; follow up with prospects, inquirers, and applicants via phone and email; assist with the development and implementation of recruitment plans for Drucker programs; and, provide administrative support related to report writing, scheduling meetings, and all other areas of Drucker admissions and recruitment. This position will also involve understanding the use of technology for recruiting, marketing, and yield management. These efforts include, but are not limited to, the following: internal and external websites, online viral communications using social netowrking media (i.e., LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.), Hobsons Connect, and website analysis. Coordination of special projects and other duties will be assigned as needed.
Job Qualifications: Applicants should have good people skills, good written and oral communication skills for responding appropriately to emails and posting to social media outlets, and the ability to work in an often fast-paced environment with limited supervision. It is also important to have proficient computer skills including working with Qualtrics, Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook. Experience with web analytics is a plus. Ability to self-manage, to use good judgment, to work in a team-based environment, and to complete tasks in a timely manner is a must. Applicants must also know how to work basic office machines, i.e., copy machines, scanner and fax machines.
Rate of pay: $12 per hour, 15-20 hours per week
Contact Information: Nola Wanta, firstname.lastname@example.org, 909/607-7262
Number of openings: 1
Employer: CGU, Drucker School of Management
Job Position: Student Assistant
Job Description: The Drucker School of Management is currently accepting applications for a part-time student assistant to work for Professor Hovig Tchalian. Primary responsibilities will involve helping with the Practice of Management program, a field-studies course involving coursework, projects, and work with outside organizations. The student will help with course-related and project-related tasks, including attendance, course website, and client work.
Job Qualifications: This position requires a mature and detail-oriented individual who is comfortable with Microsoft Office and online resources and is capable of following through on tasks.
Rate of pay: $10-12 per hour, 5-7 hours per week
Contact Information: Kathy Holden, 909/607-9061
Number of openings: 1
Employer: President's Office/Board of Trustees
Position: Graduate Clerical Assistant
Job description: The President's Office and Board of Trustees is currently accepting applications for a graduate clerical assistant to work closely with the Board of Trustee's Secretary to provide administrative/office support for the President's Office. The student will maintain paper and electronic files, coordinate materials to distribute for meetings, and prepare forms, letter, and other correspondence for mailings. Responsibilities also include assisting with event and meeting coordination and updating the database, website, and other electronic communications.
Job qualifications: Eligible candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to self-manage and problem-solve, a basic understanding of Excel and web editing skills, discretion and sensitivity when interacting with students, faculty and staff. Applicants must also have PC experience and be able to type a minimum of 45 words per minute accurately. Research skills are also strongly preferred.
Rate of pay: $15 per hour, 15- 20 hours per week
Contact: Louise Webber, 909/621-8265
Number of openings: 1
Employer: Claremont Graduate University, Psychology Department
Position: Research Assistant
Job description: The Psychology Department is currently accepting applications for research assistants to participate in all phases of the process of doing empirical sceintific research in the area of applied cognitive psychology. This includes preparing research protocols under the supervision of Dr. Kathy Pezdek, collecting, coding, and statistically analyzing data, and presenting findings to the research group.
Job qualifications: This position requires individuals who are obsessively careful. Prior experience doing research is highly desirable.
Rate of pay: $16-20 per hour, flexible hours.
Contact: Professor Kathy Pezdek, email@example.com
Number of openings: 5
Employer: CUC Enterprise Services
Position: Cafe/Customer Service Clerk
Job Description: Enterprise Services is currently accepting applications for a cafe and customer service clerks. Responsibilities include greeting customers in a friendly manner, answering questions about food and beverages served, fulfilling customer orders, preparing all food and beverage items according to established recipes and to local and State Health Department regulations and procedures, ensuring the cleanliness of the equipment and the entire service area, stocking products properly and in an organized fashion, carrying out cash register transactions, reconciling cash drawer before and after each shift, assisting in opening and closing duties, ensuring all departmental goals are met and exceeded.
Job Qualifications: Applicants must have F.A.C.T. certification or a valid local Food Handler's Permit, or obtain one prior to the start of the first shift. Eligible applicants must also have excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Six or more months of related experience such as barista or other similar customer service experience is preferred. This position requires individuals who are able to work well with a diverse community of students, faculty, staff and co-workers. Applicants should also be able to operate a cash register, coffee machine, espresso machine, blender, and oven. One must also be able to stand, walk, bend, push, stoop, twist, stretch, and lift up to 50lbs. from ground to waist level without assistance. A uniform will be required for this position. A shirt, hat, and apron will be provided and must be maintained neat, clean, and pressed for a professional image.
Employer: CGU Office of Marketing & Communications
Job Description: The Office of Marketing & Communications is currently accepting applications for a writer to assist in writing, editing, and publishing print and online publications produced by the Office, including the Flame Magazine and Pedant student newsletter. This position will also require the student to identify and gather other content for the Pedant student newsletter. Assignments include writing and editing news stories, feature stories, and website content. Other duties, including research, fact-checking for news articles, and occasional photography may be assigned as needed. The workload will fluctuate, but will generally require 10-20 hours of work per week during normal business hours.
Job Qualifications: Eligible candidates must be fluent in English and possess solid writing, editing, and proofreading skills. General office skills are also necessary. Applicants must be able to understand and distill complex research topics. This position requires familiarity with MAC computers, Photoshop, and iPhoto.
Rate of Pay: $16 per hour Hours per week: 10-20
Interview Contact: Mandy Bennett, 909/607-8028
Employer: CGU Office of Marketing & Communications
Job description: The Office of Marketing & Communications is currently accepting applications for a videographer to work closely with the Office recording and editing projects to be used on the internet, iTunes or in house. Possible projects would be, but not limited to: interviews, video/audio podcasts, research updates, lectures, conferences, talks, news stories, profiles, personalities, and events. Other duties, including research, fact-checking for news articles, and occasionally photography, editing, and proofreading will be assigned as needed.
Job qualifications: This position requires an individual who is familiar with video cameras and shooting video, editing video, Photoshop, iPhoto, and scanning equipment. General office skills are also necessary.
Rate of pay: $16-18 per hour, 10-20 hours per week.
Contact: Mandy Bennett, 909/607-8028
Number of openings: 1
Employer: Keck Science Department
Position: Pre-Health Office Assistant
Job description: The Keck Science Department is currently accepting applications for a Pre-Health Office assistant to help with analysis, event planning, providing office coverage, and working on projects remotely. As an analyst, the student will develop list serves, create surveys, and assess data. Event planning would include coordinating proposed events, creating advertisements, and promoting events to the larger campus community. It will also involve managing and maintaining the event calendar for the Pre-Health Office and, on occasion, staff events as needed (flexibility to staff 1-2 events per month is preferred). Providing office coverage consists of scheduling meetings, returning phone messages, filing and providing and/or creating resources for students. Office coverage is needed for four hours a week on Thursdays. Work on projects outside of the office will be done on the student's personal computer.
Job qualifications: This position requires computer skills, a strong command of English language in verbal and written communication, attention to detail, and strong organizational skills.
Rate of pay: $15-17 per hour, 10 hours per week
Contact: Jill Jones, 909/607-8275
Number of openings: 1
Employer: CGU, Career Development Office
Position: Career Consultant
Job description: The Career Development Office is currently accepting applications for career consultants. Responsibilites include the following: posting jobs and/or internships from employers; maintaining the job databas; answering basic student and employer questions; assist in marketing for the Office such as creating flyers, posting information on Facebook, Twitter and through ClaremontCONNECT, and creating content targeted to students and employers; providing administrative support to the Office including responding to student and employer emails, handling phone inquiries, and approving jobs in ClaremontCONNECT; meeting individually with students to critique resumes, CVs, cover letters, and other job search documents; present career development workshops; conduct mock interviews with students.
Job qualifications: Applicants must have excellent writing and speaking skills, strong interpersonal skills, and experience writing resumes, CVs, cover letters, and/or other job materials. Social media skills (especially with Facebook and Twitter) and experience reviewing other's documents preferred. Experience presenting workshops would be a plus. Microsoft Office proficiency (especially Outlook and Excel) and graphics abilities are strongly desired.
Rate of pay: $15.00 per hour, 15-20 hours per week
Employer: CGU, Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Position: Data Analyst
Job description: The Office of Institutional Effectiveness is currently accepting applications for data analysts. Working with survey data and large data sets, analysts will clean, analyze and help prepare reports for units across campus. Projects will provide analysts opportunities to work with and learn to manage real data sets and to develop skills that transfer to other types of research (distilling large amounts of data down to key points, effective presentation, and literature reviews). Analysts will be encouraged to suggest creative ways to improve processes and reports. The office will provide training in intermediate excel and SPSS techniques. The position includes opportunities to learn more about and interact with leaders across campus and hours are flexible.
Job qualifications: Students interested in higher education (faculty or administration), business, leadership, program evaluation, and improvement projects are encouraged to apply. Experience using Microsoft Office Suite as well as SPSS for quantitative and qualitative research is expected. Understanding of key issues in cleaning and preparing data, survey design, and mixed methods research is a plus. Eligible candidates should be able to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills, including report writing and preparing presentations to a variety of audiences. Students must be able to work both individually and in a team.
Rate of pay: $15-18 per hour, 15 - 20 hours per week
Employer: Queer Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges
Position: Graduate Assistant
Job Description: The Queer Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges is currently accepting applications for a graduate assistant to assist the Director, Program Coordinator, and student staff with the organization and execution of programs and events, including scheduling, correspondence with the Claremont Colleges and local community, and coordination of special projects. The graduate assistant will be the QRC’s liaison with the Queer Graduate Union at both Keck Graduate Institute and Claremont Graduate University. The student will also work with LGBTQ graduate students, supporting programs and other events that help build community at both KGI and CGU. Responsibilities will include the following: working with the QRC Director, Program Coordinator, and QRC student staff to establish, implement, and evaluate desired student outcomes for programming; occasionally advising student groups, including providing leadership development, event support, and general mentoring which may include the supervision of one project team consisting of QRC undergraduate staff to help plan, facilitate, and execute programming; updating and maintain the QRC website; assisting in the assessment of programs using institutional software; developing fliers and other advertisement materials for QRC events and programs; assisting with additional department programs, including but not limited to planning and conducting presentations and staff trainings; as appropriate, participating in meetings, workshops, trainings, and university events; working in collaboration with 7-College staff and faculty to achieve the mission and goals of the QRC; perform other duties as needed.
Job Qualifications: Eligible candidates must have experience working with LGBTQ communities and be committed to social justice, especially with regard to racial justice and supporting QTPOC communities. Candidates must also have effective interpersonal, communication, and organization skills. Experience with student organizations, as an advisor or as a student leader, is expected. Applicants must be able to plan and implement events successfully, work effectively as a member of a team, and perform in a professional manner with faculty, staff, and students. This position also requires proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, experience with webpage management, and the ability to learn new computer skills.
The Digital Learning Lab is currently accepting resumes for a new Student Consultant. The position entails conducting individual and small group consultations, coaching sessions with students, staff, and faculty. Responsibilities include developing and teaching technology workshops; sourcing and developing resources and guides for technology tools and attending team meetings bi-weekly. The postition requires 10 hours of work per week with the ability to work evenings (between 4 and 8 pm) or weekends.
Job Qualifications: Students awarded Federal Work Study by CGU preferred. Candidates must be in good academic standing. Skilled in a range of technology tools such as Microsoft Office, Prezi, Citation Management, quantitative and/or qualitative analysis tools, Qualtrics, etc. We are particularly intersted in students who can teach STATA. Candidates must be able to quickly pick up new technology tools, be comfortable and competent with cloud-based, collaborative applications, as well as PC and Mac platforms. Candidates must be competent in explaining and teaching technology tools to beginners and experienced users and must be a team player with excellent communication skills.
Rate of Pay: TBD
Contact: Email a cover letter and resume to Digital Learning Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org