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11 hours ago
Posting #
2017-4636
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.37
11 hours ago

Will provide Tutoring for the following courses: US History; World History; Western Civilization; Geography.
Tutors will assist students with understanding course material presented in class, develop better study habits and review materials for assignments and tests. All Tutors shall hold regular office hours in the department suites.

Posting #
2017-4637
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.75 per hour
11 hours ago

Assists patrons with Copy Center equipment. Answers a variety of questions regarding library holdings and services. Opens and assist patrons with VR room and equipment. Assist supervisors with routing and completing 3D print request. Performs other related duties as assigned. The duties in this job descriptions are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.  

Posting #
2017-4638
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Must be able to work evenings and/or weekends.
11 hours ago

The College of Business is a vibrant and intellectually diverse community of nearly 150 (76 full-time) faculty and staff in seven departments: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems and Operations Management, Management, Marketing, and Military Science. Around 2,500 students are currently pursuing degrees through its 13 undergraduate majors and two graduate programs taught in the heart of Oklahoma City at the new and expanding UCO Downtown teaching facility. These include the MBA and Master’s in Business Analytics programs. The College is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Accordingly, College of Business faculty and staff are committed to a culture of continuous improvement that advances standards that support student-centered teaching, service, and scholarship while promoting commerce and advancing the quality of life in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The College provides students with study abroad opportunities and its award-winning 2BLeaders program. The successful candidate will join a College well poised to play a leadership role in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area business community.

The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College and provides leadership, planning, coordination and management for all academic, fiscal and personnel matters in the College. The Dean reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Department Chairs, the Associate Dean, and Assistant Deans report to the Dean.

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

Utilizes long-range strategic planning to develop, integrate, facilitate, and accomplish the College and Departmental goals, in alignment with the mission of the University and College, and in collaboration with the Associate and Assistant Deans and the Department Chairs.

 

Serves as a spokesperson for the College and as a liaison between the College and other divisions of the University, including interacting with other deans within the Division of Academic Affairs to build a strong collaborative culture.

 

Represents the College in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area, the state, and other professional venues to uphold and promote the image of the College.

 

Maintains a broad vision for the College regarding campus-wide academic programs, developing faculty, staff, and student outcomes, rewards, and growth plans in collaboration with Academic Affairs and assisting department Chairs in the fulfillment of departmental responsibilities to ensure progress.

Fosters excellence in teaching, scholarship, and research, including supporting the professional growth and development of faculty and staff and encouraging the development of the teacher-scholar model.

Serves as an advocate for the faculty, working with UCO administrative offices to provide fiscal/physical resources and support.

Encourages cooperative utilization and sharing of resources among departments, initiating team-building among department chairs, faculty, and staff.

Encourages diversity and equity.

Administers policies of the university and college, responds to faculty concerns, and evaluates employee performance.

 

Supports, advocates for, and enables High-Impact Educational Practices, including UCO’s Central Six of Transformative Learning.

Pursues policies and practices that include the enhancement and integration of curricular and co-curricular activities.

Uses competitive and comparative procurement practices.

Supports and encourages grantsmanship through faculty development mechanisms within the college and at other venues, including pursuing external funding possibilities, especially federally funded grants.

Represents and advocates for the College and UCO to external constituencies, devoting a minimum of 25% of College effort to fundraising.

Directs capital projects and building maintenance in the college, working with departments to project and prioritize space needs and responding to technology and equipment needs.

 

Works with UCO Administration to provide a safe environment for all faculty, staff, students, and guests, including working constructively with the UCO Environmental and Safety Office and practicing emergency preparedness.

Maintains high visibility in the profession by maintaining personal scholarship and grantsmanship activities.

Accepts leadership positions in the community and serves as a professional consultant.

Oversees assessment processes in the College and integrates assessment into planning, decision-making, and resourcing of allocations, including supporting accreditation compliance.

Assists the departments in making curriculum decisions and setting priorities based on assessment data.

Serves as a role model academically, professionally, and personally.

Comfortable and skilled in conflict resolution and decision-making.

Maintains confidentiality.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4634
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$144,955 annually
2 days ago
  • Assist patrons in searching for materials through the on-line catalog and databases and help locate items within the library when necessary.
  • Work with R&L librarians to provide quality research assistance.
  • Assist users with Microsoft applications, D2L, and network printing.
  • Assist users with other library technologies as needed.
  • Maintain order of the Reference Collection by shelving and shelf reading Reference materials.
  • Help maintain computer work stations, printers, copiers, and the overall appearance of the first floor.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Posting #
2017-4635
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
The Research Help Desk is open all hours that the library is open. Please be aware that this means working during intersession and some school breaks when the library does not close. You may also be asked to work the late shift which ends at 2:00 a.m.
2 days ago

Tutor in trained field students as scheduled through the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Complete all required forms for payment services each semester as required by University policy and procedures. Will work with small groups (15-40 students) to large open community events (100+ students). Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Encourage and promote participation in each lesson for all students. May perform other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4632
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10/hour ($50/event)
Special Instructions to Applicants
APPOINTED POSITION
6 days ago

Seeking tutors for English/Writing, Science and Math at Tutoring Central. Tutor will provide tutoring services to UCO students. Hours will be during Tutoring Central’s hours of operation between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Friday and 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday. Tutoring will take place in Tutoring Central. Tutor will provide assistance to students regarding class assignments. Tutor will maintain schedule for appointments and provide session information and reports as needed to tutoring supervisor. Tutor will be responsible for assigned subject related programs, tasks, and other related duties as part of the TC staff.

Posting #
2017-4628
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.00 - 11.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload a reference from a professor concerning your ability to tutor in this subject under the reference letter request. If applying for English/writing please also write a short essay on the importance of learning to write well and upload under the other documents request. If applying for Science or math please list the classes you are qualified to tutor and upload under the other documents request.
6 days ago

This position will assist and support the School of Criminal Justice departmental personnel. Duties include front office coverage such as greeting visitors; answering phone lines and taking messages; answering questions and providing customer service to students, faculty, staff and visitors. Other duties consist of typing letters, making copies, data entry, filing, scanning documents, office errands and deliveries. Event planning and organizational skills a plus. Some social media and website management knowledge. Other duties as assigned. Criminal Justice majors preferred.

Posting #
2017-4630
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
7 days ago

Assist Food Lab professor with organizing and preparing the food for class each week.  Assist students in running / programming the cash register.  Follow and enforce food safety guidelines. Assist students with overall running of Central Station Cafe. Other related duties as necessary.

Posting #
2017-4626
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
7 days ago

Student will assist staff or faculty in purchasing the groceries in order to support each lab. Shopping at Walmart, picking up orders at Sam's Club, driving on campus loading and unloading car and putting away grocery order according to classroom needs.  Student must follow Food Safety Guidelines.

Posting #
2017-4625
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
This position requires repetitive movement of hands and fingers - typing  and/or writing. Frequent standing and / or sitting.  Occasional walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching.  Reaching with hands and arms. Visually identify, observe and assess.  Talk and hear.
2 weeks ago

Collaborates with university faculty, staff, and administrators to design, develop, and implement new programs and adapt existing programs/courses/support services to increase the number of students at all class levels that stay or return to the university each year, complete their degree and graduate. Identify areas of needed change that would increase student retention in a continuous improvement environment. Collect and organize information on what causes students to leave and to develop policy recommendations on solutions, alternative systems and procedures that will increase retention. Serve as a clearinghouse for information on developing a customer service culture in higher education. Performs needs-assessment, planning, data collection and analysis in order to make continual improvement to on-going retention programs. Educates faculty, staff, students, and the community on retention philosophy, tools, and issues by publishing articles in campus publications. Design and implement evaluation and follow-up studies to determine the effectiveness, performance, and future needs of programs. Keep abreast of national trends in retention. Serves on standing advisory and ad hoc committees of the university and community as required.

Posting #
2017-4595
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$14.42 per hour ($14,996.80 annually)
2 weeks ago

Organize, conduct, and evaluate internal training programs. Select or create materials and appropriate delivery methods for programs on a variety of topics (e.g., new employee orientation, job skills training, or performance appraisals). May also provide career counseling, especially for non-exempt staff and lower-level professional staff.

Posting #
2017-4614
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$48,000 annually
2 weeks ago

Work closely with the Benefits Team to educate campus on benefit options, help them make selections during open enrollment, and answer queries relating to specific scenarios.

 

OR

 

Work closely with the Hiring and Compensation Team to review salary levels, maintain position descriptions & job postings, and educate campus on best practices and how to use the iCIMs applicant tracking system.

 

  • May do research for projects and/or assignments.
  • Answer calls and maintain email boxes relating to specific HR queries
  • Interprets policies and procedures as established by UCO.
  • Maintain the HR Website and update when necessary.
  • Compiles data based on research techniques and on statistical compliations involving an understanding of operating unit programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Posting #
2017-4613
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$32,000 - $37,633 depending on experience
2 weeks ago

Coordinates regional admissions workshops at high schools, community colleges, community centers and related venues to admit students and disseminate information about UCO to traditional student populations. Travels to recruitment events and private visits. Meets recruitment objectives as determined by the Director. Effectively gives campus tours. Develops and fosters a relationship with prospective students and constituents. This may include family, parents/guardians, and counselors. Provides excellent customer service when responding to questions, inquiries, and general interaction with prospects and their constituents. Collaborates to organize travel and event schedule according to school distribution. Assists in campus programs and projects for recruitment. Explains the admission procedures and requirements. Determines admissibility and acceptance of freshmen, concurrent and transfer credit for prospective and returning students in accordance with professional association guidelines, state mandates, and institutional policies. Reviews admission applications for completeness and accuracy and evaluates transcripts for curricular and performance requirements; enters admissions data on Banner system. Processes applications for admissions and determines admission decision for applicants on a daily basis. Coordinates with other departments for large admissions events to maximize opportunities for future students. Discusses options with inadmissible students for future enrollment at UCO. Maintains familiarity with all UCO, high school and community college educational programs. Position may work evening and weekend depending on recruitment schedule and will require use of personal cell phone to conduct university business. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4564
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$33,834 annually
2 weeks ago

Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing, removing thatch, or trimming or edging around flower beds, walks, or walls. Prune or trim trees, shrubs, or hedges. Gather and remove litter. Maintain or repair tools, equipment, or structures. Mix and spray or spread fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides onto grass, shrubs, or trees, using hand or automatic sprayers or spreaders. Provide proper upkeep of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, fountains, planters, or other grounds features year round.

Posting #
2017-4513
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.30 per hour ($21,424 annually)
2 weeks ago

Assist faculty members with classes and courses; assist with research and instrument development/assessment; assist with the preparation of reports; assist with other miscellaneous duties/responsibilities.

This position is for the 2018 Spring semester only. Interested student candidates must apply for the FY 2018-2019 position during the 2017 Summer/Fall semester upon advertisement. Upon successful completion as a Teaching Assistant for the Spring 2018 semester, the student will be re-considered for a subsequent semester(s).

Posting #
2017-4610
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
3 weeks ago

Monitor front odesk of CLA Advisement Office.  Responsible for answering student inquiries in personm, over the phone and via email: making copies, typing letters, greeting visitors, data entry, filing, scheduling appointments, office errand (on-campus), assisting departmental personnel if needed and other duties as assigned.  Excellent customer service skills required.  Greets students and visitors warmly. Maintain positive, energetic attitude in a busy office setting.  Must be highly motivated, dependable, and contribute postively to the rest of the Advisement staff.

Posting #
2017-4605
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 an hour
3 weeks ago

Prepares hall for nightly performances.
Serves the general public by selling event related tickets.
Responsible for cash management and compliance.
Responsible for customer service and general area cleaning.
Operates a cash register and/or credit card equipment.
Supports marketing and promotional projects for ticketed events.
Answers questions in response to inquiries about shows and events.
Assists with closing of the ticket office, including preparation of cash banks and updating seating charts and event information.
Performs other duties as assigned

Posting #
2017-4604
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.75 per hour
3 weeks ago

Take care of athletic fields. Assist leads in building new flower beds around campus. Mow, edge and weed eat turf (string line trimmer) on campus on a weekly basis. Maintains campus lawns by irrigating, mowing, edging, hand trimming, fertilizing, and using weed control methods. Provides guidance and helps in training employees on equipment, routine daily task and events. Prepares flower beds for growing annuals and bulbs and other areas for seed and sod. Assists the Irrigation Technician and waters plant life as directed. Must have a valid driver's license to drive and operate water tanker with pumps, and sprayers as needed. Moves equipment and other inventory for departments on campus. Operates equipment common to the trade which make include riding mowers, rototillers, lawn sweepers, sprayers, aerators, and tractors as needed. Removes snow and ice from stairs, walks and ramps and driving surfaces. Removes, sweeps, and cleans around trash dumpsters and containers, and collects rubbish left on campus. Observes, communicates, and complies with Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) provisions; analyzes supplies and materials used in the performance, training and duties of subordinates of the trade. Assists with minor sidewalk and parking lot repairs using hot and cold patches. Provides sign and fence installation. Available to help with a facilities emergency. This may necessitate the use of a radio for after hours call backs. Further, a prearranged shift change may be implemented for predictable emergencies like inclement weather. Performs duties and complies with needs of special events, before, during, and after the special events are completed. Responsible for obtaining and maintaining all licenses required for code compliance and special tools operations ex. "Licensed Service Technician (Pesticides)." Mow, edge, weed eat all turf. Blow sidewalks clean on University property. Performs other related duties as necessary to support the UCO mission.

Posting #
2017-4597
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$12.00 per hour ($24,960 annually)
3 weeks ago

The duties listed in this job description are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.  

 

Responsible for completion of all duties listed on OrgSync to include verification that student OrgSync check list and cleaning logs are completed by shift.  Assist student staff with completion of tasks.

 

Monitors all program areas: front desk, cardio area, weight room, gym, and fitness room.

 

Oversees student workers during their regularly scheduled shift. 

 

Current CPR/Adult AED required.

 

Complete Polar BodyAge fitness assessment.

 

Processes night deposits in the Wellness Center safe and prepares cash registers for opening on weekends.

 

Opens and closes the building on weekends.

 

Responsible for ensuring the Wellness Center is ready for next business day.

 

Processes memberships and other registrations (such as intramurals) that come in after business hours.

 

Responsible for set up and tear down of some events.  Responsible for checking the facility calendar for room set up and tear down throughout the day.

 

Ensures all risk management policies and procedures are being used.

 

Works under limited supervision.

Posting #
2017-4602
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.38 per hour
3 weeks ago

Patrol parking lots, identify parking violations, verify parking permits and issue citations if needed.

Monitor and report parking lot occupancy.

Answer customer questions and provide general information on parking.

Assist with parking assignments during major campus events.

Perform minor parking lot maintenance such as replacing signs and painting parking lots.

 

Posting #
2017-4593
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.75 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload a copy of your spring 2018 course schedule, if available.
3 weeks ago

Opens and closes office and keeps front area clean and organized.
Inputs residents contracts, updates information into Banner, and reviews pas due accounts as assigned.
Assists students/parents regarding contract and housing questions.
Prepares and types requested Housing documents as requested.
Interacts with other departments concerning housing issues.
Assists the StarRez Portal Administrator with maintenance and updates to the Housing & Dining website.
Receives and documents all UPS & Fed Ex deliveries for students.
Conducts weekly review of accounts, active, terminated, and past due as assigned.
Provides information and instruction to students/parents on Housing policies and procedures.
Notifies students of past due account status and subsequent collection as assigned.
Maintains and updates all past due student files assigned.
Weekly review of promissory notes, which includes payments and defaults.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4551
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.93 per hour ($22,755 annually)
4 weeks ago

Applies coats of paint, varnish, stains, enamel, or lacquer to decorate and protect interior or exterior surfaces, trimmings, and fixtures of buildings and other structures. Smoothes surfaces and removes old paint from surfaces, using whatever chemicals and tools necessary, to prepare surfaces for painting. Fills nail holes, cracks, and joints with the type filler required. Selects premixed paints to match existing colors. Paints surfaces using brushes, spray gun, or paint rollers. Performs general clean up after each job, removing equipment, tools, and restoring area to organized manner it was in before painting. Available to help with a facilities emergency. This may necessitate the use of a radio for after hours call backs. Further, a pre-arranged shift change may be implemented for predictable emergencies like inclement weather. Performs duties and complies with needs of special events, before, during and after the special events are completed. Observes, communicates, complies with and enforces Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) provisions; analyzes supplies and materials used in performance, training and duties of subordinates of trade. Performs other duties as assigned

Posting #
2017-4583
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$13.19 per hour ($27,452 annually)
1 month ago

Develops, implements and evaluates annually a comprehensive strategic plan for all University alumni acitivities based on the best use of available resources, staff and volunteers to meet the goals of the office and institution. Provides operational oversight of all alumni activities including special events for alumni and friends, reunions, homecoming activities, community events and the University's annual alumni awards luncheon and other alumni related activities. Creates strategically appropriate new projects and events. Develops and implements strategies for updating and maintaining the alumni database. Works with Development office in the management of the BANNER database system and assists with the transition to our new database system. Plans and manages the Alumni Relations office, the Alumni Association Board of Directors and the budget. Annually reviews the association's budget, by-laws and current board of directors and programs. Makes annual data-driven decisions regarding alumni programs by using strong analytical skills and building and sustaining a strong, customer-focused team. Manages Alumni Association affinity programs. Maintains and enhances alumni services and benefits. Develops and manages volunteer opportunities for alumni. Creates opportunities for current students to become familiar with the Alumni Association and introduces students to the idea of philanthropic support of the University. Will attend campus-wide activities such as but not limited to, athletic events, alumni events, fund raising events, and presentations as a working staff member. May require some travel and may also be required to work evening and weekend hours to fulfill the duties of the position. Performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4581
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$53,500-$59,339 annually
1 month ago

Assures an efficient and effective storeroom operation by following and monitoring Facilities procedures to receive, unpack, inventory, account for, issue supplies and equipment. Uses pallet jack, ladders and pallet lift to move and shelve inventory. Use forklift to unload or load large inventory items from truck. Contributes to an accident-free work environment by keeping the store area clean, neat and orderly and free of clutter and debris, properly storing and handling of hazardous material, and adhering to all safety precaution and procedures. Procures materials, supplies and equipment for Facilities Maintenance to meet the needs of the department and complies with University Purchasing guidelines. Prepares, submits and files all paperwork needed for records. Assures accountability of all maintenance equipment and supplies received in the department by following and monitoring compliance guidelines for checking the condition and accuracy of the shipments and records. Ensures that the Facilities Maintenance department has an adequate and appropriate stock of maintenance supplies and equipment by maintaining a perpetual inventory of all such material. Research requested materials through vendor contact, documents or online searches and place order following UCO and Facilities procedures. Utilizes proficient with the work order and inventory management system, maintaining records, developing reports for the reconciliation of inventory and maintaining a real time accounting of all Facilities accounts. Assists with UCO special events, before, during and after. Occasionally, work shifts that are outside the traditional Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4572
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$13.30 per hour ($27,684 annually)
1 month ago
Posting #
2017-4579
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$17.55 per hour ($36,523 annually)
1 month ago

The duties listed in this job description are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Installs, troubleshoots and maintains communications equipment and associated software and hardware. Responsible for all aspects of installation, routing, and other dependent services. Troubleshoots video conferencing hardware and software. Responsible for establishing Quality of Service. Informs users of existing and new software, hardware and other services available. Establishes control systems for monitoring computer usage and administers the system. Responsible for all devices reporting correctly. This includes switches, routers, wireless controllers, uninterruptible power supplies, network cameras and all devices that can report through a ping, SNMP, SNMP3, or syslog. Researches and recommends hardware and software to enhance campus network. Responsible for recommending complete solutions. Assists with research capabilities for organizations serving the campus such as the City of Edmond, Edmond Chamber of Commerce, etc. Responsible for network equipment inventory. Responsible for logging all work in tracking system. Responsible for disaster recovery process for campus network. Responsible for initiating network change management requests. Maintains a customer-service attitude. Adheres to and complies with the University's shared values (3Cs) and the Office of Information Technology's Code of Ethics. This position is on-call 24/7/365 and requires the successful candidate to have "high-speed" Internet access to their residence. "High-Speed" infers Cable modem or DSL measured within the Mega-Bit upload and download speeds. This position requires the successful candidate to maintain a smart phone on which to receive telephone calls, email and SMS messages from servers and authorized OIT personnel. Ensures systems documentation follows best practices, is up-to-date, accurate, and tested. Continually updates skills and knowledge relative to the position and the technology industry. Reports to IT Executive Director. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4568
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$56,042.00 annually
1 month ago

Collaborates with university faculty, staff, and administrators to design, develop, and implement new programs and adapt existing programs/courses/support services to increase the number of students at all class levels that stay or return to the university each year, complete their degree and graduate. Identify areas of needed change that would increase student retention in a continuous improvement environment. Collect and organize information on what causes students to leave and to develop policy recommendations on solutions, alternative systems and procedures that will increase retention. Serve as a clearinghouse for information on developing a customer service culture in higher education. Performs needs-assessment, planning, data collection and analysis in order to make continual improvement to on-going retention programs. Educates faculty, staff, students, and the community on retention philosophy, tools, and issues by publishing articles in campus publications. Design and implement evaluation and follow-up studies to determine the effectiveness, performance, and future needs of programs. Keep abreast of national trends in retention. Serves on standing advisory and ad hoc committees of the university and community as required.

Posting #
2017-4486
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$14.42 per hour ($14,996.80 annually)
1 month ago

Reports to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (AVPAA). Job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:  

 

Coordinates and manages all business-related operations for the Office of Academic Affairs, including developing, implementing, and monitoring best practices for the Division. Provides oversight of Division of Academic Affairs budgetary processes, including coordinating and monitoring all AA budgets, allocations to units, and expenditures, as well as reviewing associated paperwork for compliance and preparing and maintaining records; works with the Academic Affairs Budget Analyst to ensure that all associated orgs are regularly tracked and reconciled with Banner. Performs regular data analysis reports and provides recommendations to the AVPAA and Provost for potential enhancements to business practices on an ongoing basis. Monitors all budgetary processes (hiring, faculty and staff promotion, faculty load, class scheduling, travel, and expenditures) across the Division of Academic Affairs for compliance with university and Academic Affairs policies and practices; coordinates the collection of semester reports from the Deans' Offices and prepares summaries for internal and external stakeholders, including performing data analysis as appropriate. Keeps abreast of University policies and procedures, interprets, and serves as a liaison for the Office of Academic Affairs to internal and external constituents on all budgetary matters, including responding to general and specific business-related inquiries; initiates authorized business-related correspondence on behalf of the AVPAA and Provost, as requested. Analyzes current Office of Academic Affairs business policies and practices and makes recommendations to the AVPAA for improvements (e.g., to timelines, forms, and procedures), as needed; communicates current practice to the Deans' Offices. Ensures the timely preparation and processing of all business related paperwork for the Office of Academic Affairs; verifies that vendor services are satisfactorily rendered and invoices are paid in a timely fashion. Mentors other Office of Academic Affairs personnel, as needed, to ensure compliance with office and university procedure and practice.

 

Compiles historical records and business reports for the Division of Academic Affairs to help guide future financial decisions, including providing data analysis related to patterns of expenditures, hiring practices, etc. Oversees the preparation of all business-related university reports on behalf of the Office of Academic Affairs, including coordinating the gathering of information from across the Colleges and other Academic Affairs units and producing a comprehensive document. Assists the Provost and AVPAA with the annual budget planning process for the Division; prepares end of year summary reports to help guide this process. Assists the AVPAA in preparing comprehensive budget and enrollment reports and comprehensive financial analysis for internal and external stakeholders.

 

Coordinates the hiring processes for the Division of Academic Affairs, including processing adjunct hires, maintaining electronic records and personnel files for all faculty hires (including conducting the budget review for postings), and reporting all personnel changes to the appropriate on-campus offices and RUSO; maintains accurate budget records for the Division of Academic Affairs on all matters pertaining to faculty salaries. Oversees the adjunct portal, including serving as the primary contact to all offices on related budgetary issues and coordinating the portal entries across units each semester.

 

Coordinates the tenure and promotion review processes for the Office of Academic Affairs, in conjunction with the AVPAA; works with the AA Budget Analyst to ensure that Banner and PEAFACT are up to date. In conjunction with the Executive Assistant to the Provost, coordinates the IPP process for the Office of Academic Affairs. May serve as timekeeper approver for biweekly, monthly, and student Office of Academic Affairs employees on behalf of the AVPAA; keeps records of faculty leave. Fosters and maintains a collaborative and productive working relationship with other administrative and budgetary personnel across campus that interface with the Office of Academic Affairs on budgetary issues; fulfills requests for information and assistance from the Colleges and other University departments. Represents the Division on university committees with budgetary implications as requested. Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

Posting #
2017-4565
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
Commensurate with credentials and experience.
1 month ago

Tutor in trained field students as scheduled through the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Complete all required forms for payment services each semester as required by University policy and procedures. Will work with small groups (15-40 students) to large open community events (100+ students). Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Encourage and promote participation in each lesson for all students. May perform other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4518
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10 per hour ($50 per event)
1 month ago

Report participant progress to Academic Success Coordinator and Project Director. Document participant status changes and update BLUMEN system. Create curriculum for participant training components. Participate in staff development and training opportunities. Develop program events calendar.

Posting #
2017-4471
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$15.00 per hour ($12,000 annually)
2 months ago

Operate vehicles and powered equipment, such as mowers, tractors, twin-axle vehicles, blowers, chain saws, electric clippers, sod cutters, and pruning saws. Mow or edge lawns, using power mowers or edgers. Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing, removing thatch, or trimming or edging around flower beds, walks, or walls. Use hand tools, such as shovels, rakes, pruning saws, saws, hedge or brush trimmers, or axes. Prune or trim trees, shrubs, or hedges, using shears, pruners, or chain saws. Gather and remove litter. Maintain or repair tools, equipment, or structures, such as buildings, greenhouses, fences, or benches, using hand or power tools. Mix and spray or spread fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides onto grass, shrubs, or trees, using hand or automatic sprayers or spreaders. Provide proper upkeep of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, fountains, planters, burial sites, or other grounds features.

Posting #
2017-4539
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.42 per hour ($23,754 annually)
2 months ago

Manages the daily operations of the ACM@UCO Business Development Center.

Serves as backup for Administrative Assistant III during absence and covers the 1st Floor Welcome Center.

Assists with Public Relations and Marketing needs for ACM@UCO.

May advise others on processes, procedures, and services. Communicates and assists students, faculty and administrators on University policy matters.

Gathers information and prepares various reports, correspondence, and memorandums; researches and resolves issues.

Prepares special or confidential reports and assists with special events, projects or surveys.

Assumes responsibility for small projects and oversees such projects through to completion.

Maintains files and appointment calendars.

May assist with purchases and invoices. Must have knowledge of University requisitioning and purchasing procedures.

Greets and screens visitors and phone calls; relays messages, responds or takes necessary action or refers to appropriate person for resolution.

Attends meetings and seminars to take notes.

May be required to work flexible hours 20% of the time, which may include some evening and weekend hours.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4526
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.79 per hour ($22,462 annually)
2 months ago

Intramural student workers purpose is to establish and ensure the safety of intramural participants by officiating different organized sports and events associated with recreation programs. These responsibilities include enforcing all wellness center policies and procedures, exhibiting excellent customer service skills, and a willingness to go out of their way for others. These responsibilities are paramount to the overall success of the programs and services offered by the department.

The Intramural Sports and Recreation student worker is additionally responsible for and not limited to setting up for events, communicating with participants and vendors on a regular basis, organizing and cleaning equipment. Other duties are as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4554
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Employment is per semester.
2 months ago

Analyses of inter fund transfers on a monthly basis reporting and rectifying any issues. Completes monthly bank reconciliations and related journal entries. Prepares monthly cash reconciliation report. Participates in the preparation of schedules and work papers related to annual internal and external audits. Maintain cash organization budget entries including transfers, and adjustments. Works with a high degree of independence in performing accounting and financial activities. Ability to review, understand, and verify the accuracy, of financial information. Organizes own work, sets priorities and meets critical deadlines Understands the need for maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information. Knowledge of financial/business analysis techniques. Knowledge of organizational structure, workflow, and operating procedures. Maintains a working knowledge of University processes for the preparation of the annual budgets, and proper recording of investment activity, gifts, receipts, payments and cash transfers. Knowledge of: generally accepted accounting practices and principles,governmental accounting practices and procedures and fund accounting. Performs other duties as required.

Posting #
2017-4542
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$20.24 per hour ($42,105 annually)
2 months ago

The Prospect Research Analyst is responsible for performing research on individuals, foundations and corporations, as well as identifying new prospects to support the University's fundraising efforts. Responsible for identifying new prospects through data mining BANNER database, GG&A Wealth Screening and running various research tool queries. In addition to identifying new prospects to ensure a continuous flow of prospects for qualification, the Prospect Research analyst will stay current on fundraising/nonprofit news, and bring important news to the attention of frontline fundraisers. Conduct prospect research on individuals, corporations and foundations using print, web-based and in-house sources. Prepare written prospect research profiles, including analysis of wealth indicators to determine estimated capability. Monitor emerging trends in philanthropy from news dailies, trade journals and other on-line sources to keep development officers current on events that may impact fundraising efforts at the foundation. Work closely with members of the development community, volunteers and University to identify, investigate, and qualify major gift prospects. Complete various and special projects as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4525
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$16.72 per hour ($34,789 annually)
2 months ago

Reports to Carpentry Supervisor and works under general supervision. Performs general carpentry work, floors, roofs, walls, stairways, doors, windows, cabinet making, desk, chairs, and other structures. Responsible for the construction, maintenance and repair of structures, equipment and other articles of wood. Utilizes hand and power tools used in the carpentry trade. May work shifts other than the traditional Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m. hours; as well as other shifts and schedules for snow removal and/or other emergencies.

Posting #
2017-4516
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.42 per hour ($23,767 annually)
2 months ago
  • The desk clerk greets all visitors to the front desk in a manner that is friendly, courteous, and efficient.
  • The desk clerk answers and makes phone calls in a friendly, professional manner.
  • The desk clerk provides accurate information and timely assistance to all residents and non-residents who inquire at the desk area. 
  • The desk clerk serves as an information source regarding residence hall activities, policies and procedures, and campus and resident services.
  • The desk clerk is responsible for a twice daily campus mail run. 
  • The desk clerk maintains confidentiality regarding all aspects of student housing accounts.
Posting #
2017-4528
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour daytime or $8.25 per hour overnights
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload a copy of you class schedule as the "Other Document" in the documents section of the application.
2 months ago

Promotes the Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR) initiative through marketing and advertising activities, including, but not limited to: 

  • transporting and setting up promotional items;
  • distribution of flyers and promotional items at tabled events;
  • posting text and photos to social media;
  • attending STLR-tagged events;
  • giving presentations to classes and student groups;
  • chalking the sidewalks

Assists with STLR student sessions.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4233
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.00 per hour
2 months ago

The STLR Research Experience is a way for two students to attain beyond-disciplinary research skills at the UCO campus for the 2017-2018 academic year. By working with staff in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and STLR, these two students will get the opportunity to learn about the research process, the diverse STLR data collections, and execute their own research to answer a question that they are interested in. Two students will be selected. One student will focus on quantitative analysis, whereas the other student will focus on qualitative inquiry. These two students will be eligible to receive STLR credit in Research, Creative, and Scholarly Activities.

Posting #
2017-4515
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10/hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants should address which of the two positions they are interested in applying to in their cover letter: quantitative or qualitative.
2 months ago

Students will work as crew for shows in Mitchell Hall; these shows include theatre, musical theatre, dance, music concerts, and opera performances. Students will be working as stage hands, fly rail operators, possibly working the light or sound board during shows, plus other essential show tasks. Students will be required to help with load-ins and strikes before and after shows. During load-ins crew will be helping staff and other students set up the scenery, lights, and sound equipment for the shows/performances. Strike will consist of removing these items and getting the theatre space back to original order. Students will choose or be assigned to shows throughout the semester and will be required to be present for the entire shows run, from load-in and Technical Rehearsals through Dress Rehearsals and the Performances of the show, and strike following the shows end. This could entail late working hours, and full commitment to the rest of the crew and cast/performers.

Posting #
2017-4369
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please list all theatre experience in resume and cover letter.
2 months ago

Assist with all aspects of game day operations, including, but not limited to, equipment setup/teardown, tailgating/fanfest, promotions, on and off field/court entertainment, signage setup/teardown, ticketing, scorer's table, pre & post event activities, etc.

Posting #
2017-4504
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.00 per hour
2 months ago

Schedule technology and media requests for classes.
Provide basic classroom technology support to instructors and students.
Accurately report technical problems to supervisor.
Assist with routine technology issues with guidance from supervisor.
Provide some clerical and office assistance.

Posting #
2017-4411
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
The shift available is from 12-4 PM Monday through Thursday.
2 months ago

Student Technical Assistant will assist the staff in the following supportive role of administers, and coordinates high stakes testing offered through paper/pencil or computer-based testing. Understands the role of secure assessment procedures in learning outcomes and academic program integrity. Coordinates, schedules, and administers national and state examinations. Demonstrate a warm and caring professional service oriented attitude toward customers who are under stress. 

 

Job Functions:

  • Supervises testing in a computer lab which involves knowledge of various types of computer/internet delivered exams as well as paper/pencil exams.

  • Administers tests under standardized conditions and supervises the testing rooms.

  • Trouble-shoots simple connectivity failures and electronic scanning error messages.

  • Creates spreadsheets and enters data for recordkeeping and documentation using Microsoft Office products (e.g., Word, Exel, and Access).

  • Routinely handles, controls, and secures sensitive documents.

  • Effectively communicates and works with the members of the public and university community.

  • Prepare correspondences, reports, letters, memorandums, schedule appointments and related material using word processing systems.

  • Greets, screens and directs students and visitors in an office where the volume of public contact is high.

  • General clerical duties such as answers multi-line telephones, provides information to inquiries, takes messages or directs calls, sorts and distributes incoming mail and testing shipments.

  • Assists in supervising Residual ACT tests and assists the coordinator with preparing/organizing materials for national test dates.

  • Adheres to accepted test security and ethics standards.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Posting #
2017-4496
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.60 an hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please note:  Preference will be given to the student who has a bachelor's degree since some testing certification requires the proctor have a bachelor's degree.
2 months ago

Oversee the institution's information technology projects/activities. Direct/Manage/Supervise technology projects to meet specific university requirements. Develop and implement programs to maximize customer satisfaction and operational efficiencies. Hire and maintain staff and ensure adequate staffing for projects and university IT operations. Work closely with other leaders on campus to develop plans to meet institutional objectives and provide support resources.

Posting #
2017-4485
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$76,000 annually
3 months ago

Student will assist staff or faculty in supporting ensemble repertoire organization.

Duties may include organizing sheet music, preparing music for distribution, filing, preparing music folders, copying backordered music, and other duties as assigned by ensemble conductors.

Posting #
2017-4475
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.00/hour
3 months ago

Assist faculty members with teaching, testing, grading, researching and other academic activities. Proctor and grade assignments, handle confidential materials and guarantee testing security.

 

The Teaching Assistant (TA) is a 10-20 hour per week teaching assistant position. The position will apply theory to practice for the specific office or area in which the position is housed. The Assistantship shall be for the academic year (10 month position), with the opportunity to continue for the following academic year if agreeable to the supervisor and the Teaching Assistant. TA positions are academic and should include significant mentoring and professional development. Teaching assistant should be considered part-time professionals in the field and given projects reflective of that role. Individual may not hold other employment on campus without prior permission from college or division and HR.

Posting #
2017-4472
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.00 - $11.75 per hour
3 months ago

This position withh assist and support the Dean's office staff.  Duties such as:  making copies, answering phones, taking messages, typing letters, greeting visitors, data entry, filing, scanning documents, office errands and deliveries, andwering questions, assisting the reception area and provding customer service to students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Posting #
2017-4463
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 an hour
3 months ago

The duties of graduate research assistants vary according to the nature of the projects in which they participate, such as writing literature reviews on online related materials.

In general, a research assistant is a student who is actively engaged in an inquiry or investigation and who, through effective collaboration with a faculty mentor, has the potential to make an original, intellectual, or creative contribution to their discipline.

Posting #
2017-4456
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
3 months ago

The Biophotonics Research Laboratory at the University of Central Oklahoma and the Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation are jointly seeking for a post-doctoral research position to study the mechanisms of T cell response and other related immune responses of phototherapy and immunotherapy for cancer treatment.

 

We developed laser immunotherapy, using the combination of phototherapy and immunotherapy to induce systemic anti-tumor immune responses through local intervention.  This method has been used in clinical trials for late-stage, metastatic melanoma and breast cancers.  We plan to investigate the mechanism of laser immunotherapy induced anti-tumor immunity.

Posting #
2017-4435
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$40,000 annually* (*pending availablilty of NIH funding)
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants who are interested in this position should email 1) statement of research interests, 2) curriculum vitae including bibliography, 3) names and contact information of three references to: |   | Wei R. Chen, PhD | Director, Biophotonics Research Laboratory | Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Education and Research | Dean, College of Mathematics and Science | University of Central Oklahoma | wchen@uco.edu
3 months ago

Tutor in trained field students as scheduled through the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Complete all required forms for payment services each semester as required by University policy and procedures. As students are confirmed for private or group lessons, tutor will be point of contact for student and/or parent for cancellations and rescheduling of lessons. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Keep accurate records of attendance of each student as scheduled and report any long-term changes in lessons to the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Encourage and promote participation in each semester final recital for all enrolled students. May perform other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4422
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$20.00 per hour
3 months ago

Answers the UCO IT Service Desk phone and University Switchboard to assist the UCO community with technology-related issues and other miscellaneous questions.
Transfers and directs incoming calls using a computerized database for information access.
Keeps up to date on daily campus activities to respond to and provide callers with current campus activity information.
Asks appropriate questions to obtain necessary information from callers and walk-up customers.
Provides how-to instructions for various technology services, including UCONNECT and Desire2Learn.
Performs basic UCONNECT account administration, including reactivating expired accounts.
Responsible for creating and assigning tickets for requests, incidents, and problems received via phone, email, walk-up, and the self-service portal to other IT staff.
The Service Desk will follow-up with requests, and the follow-up will consist of contacting the customer by phone and/or email in order to obtain additional information and appropriately update the service request.
Performs other duties as directed by supervisor.

 

 

Posting #
2017-4444
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
3 months ago

Tutor in trained field students as scheduled through the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Complete all required forms for payment services each semester as required by University policy and procedures. As students are confirmed for private or group lessons, tutor will be point of contact for student and/or parent for cancellations and rescheduling of lessons. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress and encouragement. Keep accurate records of attendance of each student as scheduled and report any long-term changes in lessons to the Oklahoma Center for Arts Education. Encourage and promote participation in each semester final recital for all enrolled students. May perform other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4423
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$30.00 - $35.00 per hour, depending on experience (same as others in position)
3 months ago

The language tutor aids students enrolled in elementary through intermediate level courses. The tutor should tutor and advise students on improving their language skills and their language acquisition practices. The tutor may also be asked to assist in class sessions.

 

Posting #
2017-4426
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please do not visit or contact the department staff regarding this position unless you are contacted by the department for an interview.
3 months ago
Posting #
2017-4437
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.10 per hour
3 months ago

Works with Conference and Events customers to include student groups/facultystaff/
external groups in the evenings and weekends to insure services are provided.

Set-up and breakdown of chairs, tables and stages in conference rooms of the Nigh
University Center.
Set-up and run sound and data equipment for meetings and events in the Nigh
University Center.
Securing the building in the evenings and on weekends.
Opening the building on weekends.
Performs custodial duties as needed.
Other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4379
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload a copy of you class schedule as the "Other Document" in the documents section of the application.
3 months ago

Posting Notice: This posting is to create a pool of interested applicants from which the Department may draw as positions become open. Personal trainers are responsible for assisting Wellness Center members who wish to seek educational advice and skills related to health and fitness to better their everyday lives. Primary duties include fitness testing exercise prescription and implementation, promote health and wellness, coordinate realistic goals, nutrition counseling, provide in-depth information on equipment usage and lifestyle management conducive to health. Duties & Responsibilities: Ensure that all clients comply with the rules and regulations of the Wellness Center as posted. Provide CPR, First Aid, and/or AED to those who may be showing signs of physical distress. Follow established emergency action plans. Provide reference material and assistance for users in regards to exercise technique. Possess a complete and thorough understanding of all policies and procedures and concerning available fitness equipment and programs. Provide personal training sessions and nutritional counseling within the policies and guidelines established by the Wellness Center. Report any damages of equipment to the Fitness Coordinator. Track client progress and information. Attend all in-service trainings, meetings, and assigned special topic workshops. Check email at least twice daily for assignments of new clients and contact him or her within two business days of assignment.  Other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4380
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$18.00 - $24.00 per hour
3 months ago

Note: This posting is to create a pool of interested applicants from which the Department may draw as positions become open. Seasonal Notice: Candidates selected for seasonal positions may have varied schedules. However, employment may end if there is no further need for the seasonal services. Works outdoors, leads groups on ropes course, maintains ropes course and equipment, performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4403
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.30 per hour
3 months ago

Posting Notice: This posting is to create a pool of interested applicants from which the Department may draw as positions become open.

Works outdoors, facilitates climbers, maintains equipment, performs other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4414
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.50 per hour
3 months ago

Applicants will provide their own transportation to job sites that are off campus.

 

A background check will be required and must be approved before work will begin.

Posting #
2017-4415
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.10 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Do not apply if you have not been awarded Federal Work Study monies. If you do not have access to personal transportation this could hinder your ability to perform this job. |   | The student tutors will be able to arrange their schedules to work with the teachers at the facilities they are sent to. There are not set hours but will be during the daytime as that is when schools are open. No weekend hours are available.
3 months ago

You will be checking items in and out to patrons, answering directional questions, helping to open or close the library, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4412
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
3 months ago

The Outdoor Recreation student assistant is responsible for helping plan, coordinate and implement programs and events associated with recreation programs. These responsibilities include enforcing all wellness center policies and procedures, exhibiting excellent customer service skills, and a willingness to go out of their way for others. These responsibilities are paramount to the overall success of the programs and services offered by the department.

The Outdoor Recreation student assistant is additionally responsible for and not limited to setting up for events, communicating with participants and vendors on a regular basis, organizing and cleaning equipment.

Posting #
2017-4408
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
3 months ago

Assist the MBA staff and faculty with entering and maintaining data in the CRM, including prospective student, current student, employer, and alumni information.  Assist with meeting and event-planning logistics, including errand deliveries.  Assist with answering emails, phone calls, and message distribution, as needed. Conduct supply inventory.  Assist with record keeping and special projects, as needed. 

Posting #
2017-4406
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.50 per hour
3 months ago
Posting #
2017-4405
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.00 per hour
3 months ago

The position assists the Technology Staff in providing a high level of customer service to faculty, staff, and students at UCO.  Assist with multimedia requests, set up audio visual equipment for presentations, troubleshoot and maintain multimedia equipment across campus. Assist staff with audio visual equipment check out program and streaming media services. Assist technology trainers with room setup for training classes.  Light cleaning duties, as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4402
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.25 per hour
3 months ago

Learn to administer testing and evaluate the results. Answer phones and set-up appointments, collect payment and make desposits with the Bursar Office on a weekly basis. Students must speak to the clinic director prior to applying for the postion to ensure you have all the needed class work to be eligible for this position.

Posting #
2017-4397
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour for graduate students and $9.375 per hour for undergraduate student
3 months ago

The Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) will assist the grant Principal Investigator (PI) and the other grant investigators in data collection, data anaylsis, and other grant research aspects as needed. The position is 20 hours a week for Fall 2017 (16 weeks), Spring 2018 (16 weeks) and Summer (4 weeks).

Posting #
2017-4398
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please provide the following materials in your application: |   | 1. Letter of Interest | 2. Vita/Resume | 3. Current transcript (date through spring 2017 or summer 2017) | 4. Three Letters of Reference including one faculty member from your program.
3 months ago

Supervise and advise middle and high school students from low-income and first generation families. Assist in planning, organizing, and implementing of academic events and activities. Transporting participants to/from events and assigned pick-up/drop-off locations. Traveling to target schools to assist Academic Coordinators in the recruitment, advisement, and mentoring or participants. Maintain discipline and balance relations during group activities. Participate in in-service training sessions as scheduled. Serve as a positive role model for participants. Perform other duties as it relates to Talent Search goals and objectives.

Posting #
2017-4377
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.75 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please submit a class schedule
3 months ago

The student office assistant will be responsible for the following duties:  greeting visitors, submitting forms and transcripts to the appropriate department and/or advisor, scanning and uploading files into OnBase, answering phones and responding to emails, processing requests for major changes, scheduling advisement appointments, keeping lobby and front desk organized and tidy, assisting students and visitors with questions, concerns, and directions, referring students to the appropriate campus resources, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4374
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
3 months ago

The duties of graduate research assistants vary according to the
nature of the research, creative, and scholarly activities (RCSA) project in which they
participate.


In general, a research assistant is a student who is actively engaged in an inquiry or
investigation and who, through effective collaboration with a faculty mentor, has the
potential to make an original, intellectual, or creative contribution to their discipline.


The desired outcome for the student should include transformative learning and
dissemination (e.g., presentations at regional and national conferences, publications in
periodicals and academic journals, exhibitions, performances, etc.) of their findings.


All duties are performed under the direction and supervision of a member of the faculty.


Progress reports are required to be submitted at the end of each academic semester.


Research assistants may not perform routine tasks or responsibilities related to clerical
or other duties which are deemed outside of their RCSA project.

Posting #
2017-4367
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
This is an appointed position only.  If you have not been pre-selected for this position and the RCSA grant, you will be automatically disqualified by the system.
3 months ago

The duties of undergraduate or graduate research assistants vary according to the
nature of the research, creative, and scholarly activities (RCSA) project in which they
participate.


In general, a research assistant is a student who is actively engaged in an inquiry or
investigation and who, through effective collaboration with a faculty mentor, has the
potential to make an original, intellectual, or creative contribution to their discipline.


The desired outcome for the student should include transformative learning and
dissemination (e.g., presentations at regional and national conferences, publications in
periodicals and academic journals, exhibitions, performances, etc.) of their findings.

 

All duties are performed under the direction and supervision of a member of the faculty.


Progress reports are required to be submitted at the end of each academic semester.


Research assistants may not perform routine tasks or responsibilities related to clerical
or other duties which are deemed outside of their RCSA project.

Posting #
2017-4366
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.75 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
This is an appointed position only.  If you have not been pre-selected for this position and the RCSA grant, you will be automatically disqualified by the system.
3 months ago

Assist the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies or Psychology faculty members with teaching, testing, grading, researching and other academic activities. Proctor and grade assignments, handle confidential materials and guarantee testing security. Assist in exercise physiology lab, the Center for Living and Active Learning or the Psychology lab.

Posting #
2017-4371
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.00 - $11.75 per hour
3 months ago

The Student Lighting Shop Assistant provides support for all events at Mitchell Hall and related venues for University Productions and the College of Fine Arts and Design. Duties include setting up lighting equipment, running a light board, crewing shows, and managing lighting equipment on stage and backstage. Students will also assist with paperwork as assigned by the staff Master Electrician of Mitchell Hall, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4365
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.50 - $8.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please describe any theatrical lighting experience you have in your resume and cover letter.
3 months ago

To tutor specific Sociology undergraduate/graduate courses:  SOC 4043/5043-Sociological Statistics and/or SOC 4773/5773-Sociological Research; work closely with course Instructor.

Posting #
2017-4363
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.75 per hour - $10.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
With online-applicatio, please submit cover letter and all current transcripts.
4 months ago
Posting #
2017-4359
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.75 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Successful candidates must sign a confidentiality agreement due to the sensitive nature of our business.
4 months ago

Responsible for shelving materials in call number order, straightening assigned sections, perform a cyclical inventory using handheld scanner, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4355
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
4 months ago

Students should be current UCO undergraduate students, Mass Communication majors, and have made an 'A' in Fundamentals of Speech.  If students have taken additional classes that had a focus on public speaking, these courses and the grades earned should also be listed. Application should include the name of the instructor for Fundamentals of Speech and any other public speaking based courses, the student's comprehensive GPA, the GPA in the major, and the number of semesters studied. Must attend training as required, usually once per semester.

Posting #
2017-4353
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
4 months ago

Each student employee is expected to adhere strictly to all university policies. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

*News gathering and general assignment reporting

*Must be able to shoot own stories and be able to edit own packages and other news

*Perform television production duties

*Provide story ideas

*Able to translate stories to multiple mediums

*Performs other duties as assigned

Posting #
2017-4335
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
4 months ago

CFAD teaching assistantships may be awarded by semester(16 weeks) or for the academic year (32 weeks).
Teaching Assistantships are dispersed as follows:
One-quarter time assistantship – works 5 hrs. per week
One-half time assistantship – works 10 hrs. per week
Three-quarter time assistantship – works 15 hrs. per week
Full-time assistantship – works 20 hrs. per week

Posting #
2017-4328
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
4 months ago

Student Assistant will greet visitors, facilitate tours and serve as an ambassador for ACM@UCO.

 

Student Assistant will assist with all ACM@UCO events with setup/teardown, PR/Marketing, logistics, etc. Student Assistant will work in conjunction with Marketing Director and Business Development Manager for event related tasks.

 

Student Assistant will perform basic clerical work such as filing, distributing mail, delivering packages, stocking copy machin paper, etc. and other duties as needed and assigned to support operations at ACM@UCO.

 

Student Assistant will provide overall support all ACM@UCO staff as needed. 

Posting #
2017-4326
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload the following documents: | 1. Resume | 2. Letter of Application | 3. Reference List | 4. Fall 2017 Class Schedule (Other Documents...if applicable)
4 months ago

Studio Technician will oversee scheduling and access to the facility for after-hours used of recording studios, rehearsal facilities, and any other uses as deemed appropriate by the ACM@UCO staff.

 

Studio Technician  will regularly check email for after hours and communicate in a timely and conssitent manner with students making requests for use of facilities. 

 

Studio Technician will be responsible for all facilities and equipment during after hours use, including checking equiment in and out and ensuring proper treatment of facilities during use. 

 

Studio Technician will be expected to maintain a safe and courteous enviroment during after hours use and may be called on to act in case of emergency or other situation with appropriate response as dictated by teh ACM@UCO staff, UCO DPS, or other common sense practice, such as calling 911 in case of emergency.

Posting #
2017-4256
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25-$8.00 per hour (depending on experience)
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please upload the following documents: | 1. Resume | 2. Letter of Application | 3. Reference List | 4. Fall 2017 Class Schedule (Other Documents...if applicable)
4 months ago

Assist faculty members in a variety of ways, e.g., assist with classes and courses, i.e., library research, internet searches, PowerPoint presentations, etc.; assist with research and instrument development/assessment; assist with preparation of reports; cover classes and proctor exams; lecture in areas where the T. A. is deemed competent; potentially tutor students in classes which are in the student's discipline; record keeping and supervised grading of exams and assignments; assist with group study sessions as needed; and, assist with other miscellaneous duties/responsibilities as deemed necessary or required.

Posting #
2017-4305
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please provide cover letter stating which T. A. position you are applying--M. A. Gerontology Program or M. A. Substance Abuse Studies Program; attach Resume and all current transcripts.
4 months ago
Posting #
2017-1025
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 - $11.375 per hour (Dependent on student/position)
Special Instructions to Applicants
This is an appointed position only.  Please indicate on application what professor has selected you for this position.
4 months ago

Responds to support requests submitted for the Old North classroom multimedia equipment and IT systems.  Demonstrates and assists users with technology services offered by UCO.  Performs basic troubleshooting of classroom multimedia and computing technologies.  Creates procedures and how-to information on Old North Technology.  Performs basic troubleshooting on Windows and Apple computers.  Installs software and configures computers to work in the UCO environment.

 

Posting #
2017-4289
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.50 per hour
4 months ago

Provide technical support for the College of Liberal Arts. 


TroubleShoot and repair technical problems in classrooms and throught hte Liberal Arts and Communications buildings.

 

Assist with setting up rooms and venues for events, meeting and conferences.

 

Secure the Liberal Arts building on evenings and weekends.

 

Perform other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4286
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.30 per hour
4 months ago

Conducts safe, effective and enjoyable exercise classes by providing
excellent leadership, up-to-date quality instruction and high-energy
motivation for Step, Hi/Low, Hip Hop, Strength Training, Kickboxing,
Tai, Chi, Yoga, Pilates, Boot Camp, etc. programs. Posting Notice: This posting is to create a pool of interested applicants from which the Department may draw as positions become open. Performs other
related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4261
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$18.00 - $23.00 per hour
4 months ago

Specific job functions will vary depending on the sport or program to which the graduate assistant is assigned.

Posting #
2017-4265
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.50 per hour
4 months ago

CALL Interns will lead fitness classes for older adults. These classes include weight lifting, balance training, and general, fitness classes. Each semester, new classes will be added to our existing schedule, so interns will be called upon to design new classes based on the needs and interest of our members. Interns will also develop educational programming for CALL members such as sessions on nutrition or improving sleep. Interns will coordinate fitness testing for CALL members at least one time per semester. Interns will also assist with marketing efforts and program evaluation.

Posting #
2017-4260
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.00 per hour
4 months ago

Research assistants employed by the Center for Active Living & Learning (CALL) will lead fitness classes, provide fitness assessments, assist with special projects, and other duties as required by the supervisor.

Posting #
2017-4258
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$9.75 per hour for Undergraduate; $11.375 per hour for Graduate
4 months ago

Note: This position is at Tri City Youth and Family Center, Inc., located in Choctaw, Oklahoma. 

 

General job duties include filing, making phone calls, answering the phones, scheduling appointments, taking referrals, building charts, interacting with consumers, using the computer for a variety of tasks, making copies, cleaning, organizing, and other office related tasks. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance. 

Posting #
2017-4257
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.40 per hour
4 months ago

Develop lesson plans in collaboration with UCO supervisor/mentor to teach in the Cashion Schools

 

Follow lesson plans effectively

 

Keep accurate class records and assessments for each class

 

Be a cheerful, responsible, and competent ambassador for music education from the University of Central Oklahoma

Posting #
2017-4235
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$11.375 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Must be recommended by UCO School of Music faculty
4 months ago

Student will assist and support the Student Affairs Enrollment Services staff by performing computer and customer service related duties in an office setting. Typical duties may include, but are not limited to: typing, making copies, filing, answering telephones, taking messages, keying data entry, processing transcript requests, scanning documents, running office errands, answering questions, assisting the front area of admissions and enrollment, providing customer service to students, faculty and staff, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4230
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.25 an hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
Thank you for applying for this position. | - You do need to be eligible for Federal Work Study for this position. | - Please upload your fall class schedule for work schedule availability.
4 months ago

Various tasks including but not limited to:  cleaning classrooms, making deliveries across campus, cover the front desk and answer the phones of the deans office, and assist in the college copy center.

Posting #
2017-4229
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
4 months ago

Build scenery as assigned by the Technical Director, Scenic Charge, or Scene Shop Manager. Assist with maintaining the organization of the Scenic spaces, including the Scene Shop, Barn Storage, and Mitchell Hall Theatre. Assist with the oversight of lab students. Perform other duties as assigned by the Technical Director, Scenic Charge or Scene Shop Manager.

Posting #
2017-4227
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.50 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
- Describe any experience you have with construction, scenic or otherwise.
4 months ago

Build costumes as assigned by the Costume Designer or Costume Shop Manager. Assist with maintaining the organization of the costume spaces, including the Costume Shop, Costume Storage, and Mitchell Hall Theatre. Assist with the oversight of lab students. Perform other duties as assigned by the Costume Designer or Costume Shop Manager.

Posting #
2017-4225
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$7.50 - $8.50 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
- Describe any experience you have with sewing/costuming?
4 months ago

The Student Sound Shop Assistant provides support for all events at Mitchell Hall and related performance venues for University Productions and the College of Fine Arts and Design. Duties include setting up audio equipment, running a sound board, managing microphones and audio equipment on stage and backstage. Student’s will also assist with paperwork as assigned by the staff Sound Designer of Mitchell Hall, and other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4223
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.00 per hour
4 months ago

The duties listed in this job description are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.

Serve as Tier II point for electronic resources and Tier 1 support for website related issues: support and provide immediate on-site support to faculty, staff, and students.

Maintain existing website and develop and support web applications for the library in Windows and LINUX environments.

Make design decisions utilizing strong knowledge of security issues, balancing safety with accessibility, while also considering usability, speed, reliability, and high-quality aesthetics and a clear presentation of information.

Train non-technical users on use of applications.

Research and make recommendations on developing technologies and solutions.

Collaborate and coordinate with Application and Systems Administrators to plan for and address any cross-functional requirements.

Responsible for tracking currency of web software versions, upgrades, fixes, and security issues.

Assist library content creators in producing pages with a commitment to high quality, timeliness, and accuracy. Manage access for content creators.

Responsible for user interface and display of ExLibris products.

Assist with customization of existing third-party library applications such as OCLC Systems and Springshare products.

Serve on library and campus committees, which may include collection development responsibilities.

Use a service ticketing system to document tasks, and prioritizes and manages service tickets to ensure excellent customer service.

On call 24×7×365 for all related applications, server and/or website emergencies.

Actively seek and pursue related professional development opportunities.

Perform other related duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4163
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$53,488 annually
4 months ago

This position’s main focus is being a tour guide for the Campus Tours and Events Office. This position will be responsible for maintaining knowledge of the university to share with guests. Must possess excellent personality skills and communication skills. Will be required to speak in front of 35 or more people at one time. This position will also assist with facilitating campus events for prospective students. Other duties will be: making copies, answering phones, taking messages, typing letters, greeting visitors, office errands, answering questions and providing customer service to prospective students and families. Other duties as assigned.

Posting #
2017-4182
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$8.40 per hour
4 months ago

Assist with the set-up and break down of campus events, program, and activities. Support on-site coordination of vendors, staff, and/or volunteers. Respond to questions and provide information. May assist with collecting recycling materials across campus.

Posting #
2017-4134
Job Type
Staff
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.38 per hour ($21,607 annually)
4 months ago

Supplemental Instruction Leaders are chosen by faculty members to become peer leaders for specified classes. Chosen leaders have successfully completed the course in which they will become an SI Leader. They will attend the class as the leader and then plan and facilitate study sessions for the current students in the course or class.

This is a semester-long commitment.

 

Time Commitment 8-10 hours per week for entire semester employed.

1. Attend all class sessions.
2. Spend at least one hour planning for each SI session held.
3. Conduct 3 one-hour SI sessions during the week.
4. Attend weekly trainings and/or meetings with the coordinator

Posting #
2017-4176
Job Type
Student
Proposed Salary (or Salary Range)
$10.00 per hour
Special Instructions to Applicants
All students applying for the SI leader position must be selected by their professor for a specific course and approved by the respective department chair.