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Bring your application to 212 Cartwright or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications accepted at all times.
There are over 100 student employee positions within University Centers. Watch for information about University Centers Hiring Fair in the spring. University Centers is an equal opportunity employer.
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The custodial crew performs general cleaning and event set-up duties in Cartwright and Whitney Centers
Event Support in the on-campus production crew for campus events. Event Support works with with staging, lighting, and sound for a variety of campus events including, but not limited to: lectures, concerts, comedians, talent shows and dances. Event Support employees setup, operate, and take down equipment; along with assisting groups with event coordination and planning.
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Apply for Event Support here. Applications can be returned via email to email@example.com or turned into the Event Support office - 223D Cartwright Center.
Cartwright Graphics is a fast paced, team oriented environment that provides campus organizations with publicity services. Through designing and printing posters, making buttons, and providing other various marketing services, employees will work with customers to better publicize their events to the campus. Employees must have a proficient knowledge of Photoshop and good communication skills to insure the requirements are met from design to completion stage. Cartwright Graphics has a small staff, with each employee working about 6-10 hours a week.
The Involvement Center promotes volunteerism and involvement, both on and off campus. The center can connect the campus community with volunteer organizations. The center also plans several major all campus events.
Individuals in this position need a positive attitude with strong customer service orientation; basic computer skills; strong organization skills; the ability to perform tasks with careful attention to detail and accuracy; the ability to work appropriately with cash handling procedures; strong spelling and grammar skills; ability and desire to learn office procedures and equipment; and math/accounting skills. This office assistant will work with members of the campus community to provide customer service and meet the needs of the administrative and activities staff.
Individuals in this position need a positive people skills; knowledge of office procedures and equipment; basic computer skills; strong organization skills; the ability to perform tasks with careful attention to detail and accuracy; the ability to work appropriately with cash handling procedures; strong spelling and grammar skills; and math/accounting skills. The office assistant in this area will work with the campus community taking ID pictures, and signing individuals up for meal plans and Campus Cash.
Individuals in this position need a strong positive people skills; knowledge of office procedures and equipment; basic computer skills; strong organization skills; the ability to perform tasks with careful attention to detail and accuracy; and strong spelling and grammar skills. Reservations plays a key role in university-sponsored events by reserving rooms on campus for meetings and special events. Basic knowledge of AV equipment is preferred, but not necessary.
The Pride Center is devoted to serving UWL students, faculty, staff and members of the community that identify themselves as lesbian, gay, pansexual, bisexual, transgender+, intersex, queer or questioning, asexual as well as their allies (LGPBTIQQAA). The Pride Center provides resources and educational programs on LGPBTIQQAA issues, homophobia, and heterosexism. Additionally, the Pride Center provides a safe place for the LGPBTIQQAA community.
The VSC facilitates a variety of event set-ups based on customer requests.