Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Stick around for another year?

If any of you who are graduating are interested in sticking around for another year, consider a Graduate Intern Position. It is great for folks wanting to take some additional classes, attend OU for some course work, or just be here a while longer and build your resume. The job posting is below;
Interpretive Sites Grad Associate Intern (1 year contract) – Under the direct supervision of the Dean and Associate Dean, School of Natural Resources, performs the following functions:  Assists in the daily operations of site; works closely with students, faculty, and public with interpretative programs; Produces one quality comprehensive audio/visual or brochure and/or update exiting materials; Maintains a daily journal; Maintain and repair facilities and equipment where possible; Assists with classes; Conducts tours; Assists in preparing requisitions.
Position Requirements: Hocking College Natural Resources Graduate; Good public speaking skills and animal handling skills; Good physical condition with ability to lift 50 pounds or heavier overhead repeatedly.

This is a temporary 40 maximum clock hours per week; At the discretion of the Sites Manager, clock times per week shall be assigned to accommodate Nature Center and Robbins Crossing activity needs; Regular evening and weekend work, including holidays, shall be expected; No overtime pay shall be paid; Timesheets required; Intern is eligible for up to seven (7) credits of HC tuition scholarship.

Non-instructional applications are available at the Human Resources Office, Oakley 204 or applicants may send cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Office, Hocking College, 3301 Hocking Parkway, Nelsonville, OH 45764. Deadline to apply is March 25, 2010. An Equal Opportunity Employer

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