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Iowa Softball Student Manager

Tuesday, June 28, 2022
BASIC FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY:Coaches and players spend their time focusing on practice and games. Student managers handle many of the behind-the-scenes organizational tasks which are critical to the success of the program. This position entails showing up early to assist coaches and players and staying after practice is complete to tear down the practice set up. CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:• Catch a bullpen session for pitchers • Attend all team practices/games • Set-up and tear-down of practice equipment• Organize and participate in drills when needed • Operate scouting systems when needed • Pre-game set up on game days• Attend visiting team practices when needed• Keep game charts • Travel with team to competitions• Load and unload equipment on bus• Do laundry during away trips QUALIFICATIONS:• Possess broad knowledge of softball or baseball• Ability to move up to 50 pounds• Ability to throw front toss, play defense or be a baserunner• Detail oriented with good time management and organizational skills• Must be a full-time student with 12 or more credit hours. • A valid U.S. driver’s license with the ability to meet the UI Driving Standards is preferred• Experience working with technology is preferred• Experience with statistics and/or analytics (Dartfish Analytics) is preferred• Proficiency in Microsoft Office is preferred• Experience with Photoshop/InDesign is preferredBENEFITS• Partial scholarship based on years with team• Nike Iowa apparel• Per diem while traveling• Opportunity for paid camp employmentWORK SCHEDULE: Must be able to work from 1-5 PM daily. Schedule varies during the spring season.

Peer Assistant - ISSS

Friday, June 24, 2022
Peer Assistant International Student and Scholar Services Job Description:International Student and Scholar Services is hiring an hourly wage student assistant (this position does not carry graduate assistant benefits) to help with the Life in Iowa program, managing Community Update newsletter, and assist with other tasks in the office.Life in Iowa provides ongoing learning activities (in person and virtual) for international students throughout the year. Topics have covered understanding and learning about American cultural holidays and exploring Iowa; partnering with other UI offices to provide informational programs such as interviewing for jobs and writing resumes, how to apply for graduate school, or what the Honors program is; fun social events virtually and face to face.In addition to managing the Life in Iowa program, the Peer Assistant will also manage the bi-weekly Community Update newsletter that send to all international students and scholars. You may help with other projects in the office, or propose new projects or ideas to implement.This position is supervised directly by the Coordinator for the International Student Support & Engagement.Professional Development:Attend the Student Professional development training.Qualifications: Strong organization skillsResponsibility, punctuality and dependabilityCross-cultural communication skill (both writing and speaking)Demonstrated genuine interest and passion in working with international studentsStudy abroad or other international experience preferred but not requiredBasic proficiency on Microsoft products and Canva Ability to take initiatives on projects and tasksAbility to work with international students from around the world and across degree levelsWillingness to learnTerms of Appointment:Hours/Week: Between 8-10 hours per week (there might be weeks that will go above 10 hours, but still under 20, such as orientation week or weeks when there is a big event)Start Date: No later than June 1, 2022 (Start date may be flexible)End Date: Prefer student who will be here during 2022-2023 academic yearBreaks: Not required to work during Spring Break and Thanksgiving.Salary: $11.00/hourFull List of Duties and Responsibilities:Schedule and facilitate events for international students each fall, winter break, spring and summer semesterAttend each Life in Iowa event and serve as moderator, enforcing ISSS and UI policies during eventsAttend weekly staff meeting during fall and spring semester; and participate in required trainingsMarket Life in Iowa events among international students, including creating and distributing fliers, marketing the events via email, social media, and to other campus departmentsCollaborate with Global Buddies/Friends Without Borders student assistant, Programming Assistant at the Multicultural and International Student Support and Engagement (MISSE) and other student organizationsCommunicate regularly with the supervisor regarding issues and problems that arise, or concerns observed about student participantsOutreach: Go to classrooms, events, and/or other venues to talk about Life in Iowa events and resources for international studentsCollect feedback or conduct assessment for the Life in Iowa eventsMaintain, file, paper and computer records up to date in International Programs shared drive and teams platformsAssist with other programs within ISSS, such as fall and spring orientation, airport arrivals, scholar events, Friends without Border events, etc.Assist with editing and adding captions on the recorded life in Iowa and ISSS pre arrival webinarsOther projects or clerical tasks assigned in the International Programs

Student Care Specialist

Friday, June 24, 2022
Student Care SpecialistDean of Students Impact & Responsibilities: Facilitates ongoing case management of students in need of assistance, ensuring timely outreach, communication, and connection to resources; provides case management to address the concerns of students experiencing crisis or emergency situations; serves as a Student Conduct Administrator; investigates allegations of student and student organization misconduct; conducts administrative hearings; assists in the training of student conduct administrators; and represents student care processes through committee involvement across the university. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, social work, family services, or related field; at least one year of experience working with students in an educational setting; strong oral and written communication skills; strong problem solving and critical thinking skills; and commitment to diversity and inclusive student success required. Student experience will be considered.  UNI actively seeks to enhance diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from persons of color, women, individuals living with disabilities, and veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran or military status, or any other basis protected by federal and/or state law. The University offers an excellent benefits package including a vacation plan, employer sponsored retirement plans, health and dental insurance, and life and disability insurance. Benefits package details can be viewed at Application materials received by Friday, July 8th will be given first consideration. For more information or to apply, visit Criminal and other relevant background checks required. UNI is a tobacco free campus.

Interpreter and Translator (Dari & Pashto)

Friday, June 24, 2022
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:1. Interpret during telephonic and in-person legal screenings, meetings, workshops, and other events2. Translate legal documents3. Maintain client confidentiality4. Work closely and collaboratively with legal clinic staff and students as well as community partners5. Participate in relevant trainings as neededQUALIFICATIONS:1. Excellent communication (verbal and written) and be positive and respectful in working with a diverse population.2. Excellent attention to detail.3. Proficient using computers and related software, including Microsoft Word and Zoom4. Reasonable experience in handling multiple assignments, conflicting demands or priorities.5. Excellent organizational skills.6. Ability to work independently with direction in a team setting.7. Ability to work in the Legal Clinic as well as other venues in Eastern Iowa (e.g., Cedar Rapids)

Technology Support - AV

Thursday, June 23, 2022
Health Care Information Systems is seeking a student to assist with the technology that is placed in meeting/conference rooms and TVs in patient rooms. Individual will perform system audits, testing, validation, preventive maintenance, programming, inventory and updating documentation.  Will assist with TV programming and configuration updates and updating inventory records in a centralized management database. Desirable qualifications include experience with technical documentation, demonstrated ability to work independently with a strong focus on customer service, familiarity with peripheral hardware (USB & serial), and/or computer networking and familiarity with web based collaborative applications such as Skype/ Lync, Zoom and Go To Meeting.Preference given to candidates with multiple-year availability and availability during summer and academic breaks. Work will be completed between the hours of 8 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Must have blocks of time available to work (2 - 3 hours).

Web Development and Marketing Intern - Stanley Museum of Art, Connected for Life

Thursday, June 23, 2022
As of Fall 2020, the Stanley Museum of Art, Office of the State Archaeologist, Pentacrest Museums, and UI Libraries have partnered on Connected for Life: Object-based Digital Programming to Foster Active Minds for Senior Living Communities to (1) serve seniors and SLC in Iowa, populations especially vulnerable to COVID-19 and underserved in outreach and engagement programs; (2) increase participants' sense of connection, engagement, and well-being and decrease feelings of isolation through synchronous virtual programs; (3) create a robust and vibrant web portal that responsively adjusts to audience needs based on assessment data; and (4) develop a meaningful channel for coordinated programming among the four world-class collecting units on campus. The Connected for Life team is looking for an intern to work with us to assist in expanding the website with images, videos, and information (, as well as marketing the project.  This is a great opportunity for leadership in webpage maintenance and marketing on multiple platforms as we’re a new project looking to reach throughout the county, state, and beyond. Appointment: up to 15 hours/weekTerm: July 1, 2022 - September 17, 2022Duties and Responsibilities:Create content within a team to market and promote the projectAssist in developing images, videos, and other media for the websiteEdit video captions when necessary for different programsAttend and participate in team meetings, unit meetings, and programmingAid in seeking out possible funding opportunities and technology opportunities to better communicationDesired Skills and Characteristics:WordPress knowledgeSocial media skillsCreative marketing mindsetInitiativePositive AttitudeAdaptabilityInquisitiveProfessional Communication Skills IF INTERESTED: Please send an email to Amanda Lensing, UI Stanley Museum of Art SLC Program Coordinator and Co-Director of Connected for Life: Object-based Digital Programming to Foster Active Minds for Senior Living Communities at 

HSO Office Assistant

Thursday, June 23, 2022
The Human Subjects Office is a compliance organization that is responsible for reviewing all human subjects research projects to protect the rights and welfare of all study participants. HSO is currently seeking a part time student to assist with the administrative needs of the office.Primary job duties include but are not limited to:Converting documents to Adobe Acrobat and filing.Assisting with general daily operations.Scheduling/Hosting virtual meetings via zoom.Other miscellaneous administrative projects that may arise.Qualifications:Successful candidates must be detail oriented, highly organized, possess excellent time management skills, and be able to work independently.Require Work Schedule:Flexible work schedule between the hours of 8:00 - 4:30, Monday - Friday.15 - 20 hours a week during the academic semester. Summer sessions ranging from 20 - 40 hours per week.Submission Requirements: If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter for consideration.

Graduate Research Assistant

Wednesday, June 22, 2022
This is a 50% time, academic year appointment. Research Assistant will provide support for the development of simulations in virtual reality, such as providing the basis for motion capture. Research Assistant will also support the execution and writing of systematic literature reviews, coding elements of English-language single-case design literature identified through a systematic search. This is a 10-month appointment. Tuition and 50% of mandatory fees are paid. Applicant must be registered for at least 6 s.h. each semester. This position is supported by funding from the Iowa Center for School Mental Health.

International Writing Program Residency Assistant

Wednesday, June 22, 2022
The International Writing Program (IWP) seeks a part-time Fall Residency Assistant. The Fall Residency is a 10-week long program for 30 international writers to spend time in Iowa, writing, researching, and engaging in culturally significant activities. The Fall Residency assistant will work directly with the Fall Residency Coordinator and other staff of the IWP to facilitate program needs prior to, during, and after the writers depart. For a full description, please visit & pay: $17.30/hourly, at least 20 and up to 40 hours/week, beginning ASAP continuing through October, with the possibility of some (fewer) hours in November. This is strictly an in-person position.Required Qualification:A valid US driver’s license, driving record subject to UI Fleet Services requirements (a minimum of three years, if that period includes licenses from other states, will need access to the number for review).Required Qualification:Availability to occasionally work a varied schedule, including evenings and weekends, is required.Key Areas of ResponsibilitiesLogistics & Event Coordination:·     Arrange travel: internationally for visa acquisition and traveling to Iowa City·     Assist event coordination and manage details (room reservations, Zoom management, event space setup, food orders, etc.)·     Document participation and assist with social media promotion·     Hire & train IWP Motor Pool (Including orienting drivers on UI Fleet Services pick-up & drop-off and fuel purchasing)·     Provide assistance for group travel and events (airline, bus, shuttle, and event tickets purchased; map & directions created and distributed to drivers)·     Assist participants in scheduling COVID tests for travel and as needed.·     May include overnight trip and airline travel within the USInformation Management:·     Create weekly transportation schedule (including driver & staff schedule and vehicle reservations); follow up with drivers to track writer event participation and attendance·     Archive and organize digital files·     File and organize print materials from past and current residencies, as directed by IWP staff·     Track flight budgets and file receipts for Residency purchases·     Contribute to writing program participant reportsLeadership / Supervision:·     Provide functional and/or administrative supervision of interns/staff.·     Provide direction, assignments, feedback, coaching, and counseling to assure events are managed successfully, people are transported safely.

Supply Chain Associate - 2nd Shift

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Supply Chain Department is seeking a Supply Chain Associate to manage supplies in the operating rooms and clinic areas. Duties to include:Serve as a Supply Chain Department liaison for clinics and operating rooms throughout the hospital and ISC.Utilize Microsoft Excel, SPM, and Tableau to locate supplies and instruments. Prompt communication with hospital staff regarding emergencies and requests.Ability to move on foot throughout hospital, move up to 25 pounds, and transport heavy case carts. Ability to position self to handle inventory on high or low shelving. Other duties as assigned.Percent of Time: 100%Schedule:  3pm-11:30pm Monday through Friday, rotating weekendsPay Grade: 2B $40,000Benefits Highlights:Regular salaried position located in Iowa City, IowaFringe benefit package including paid vacation; sick leave; health, dental, life and disability insurance options; and generous employer contributions into retirement plansFor more information, click here Required QualificationsA Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experienceProficient with Microsoft Office Suite, with emphasis on ExcelPrompt communication with hospital staff regarding emergencies and requestsAbility to move throughout hospital, move up to 25 pounds, and frequently transport heavy case cartsAbility to position self to handle inventory on high or low shelvingDesirable QualificationsUtilize PeopleSoft, SPM, or TableauAbility to effectively multi-task in a fast-paced environmentKnowledge of University policies, procedures, and regulationsKnowledge of supply chain management in a hospital settingAbility to meet UI Fleet Safety Standards In order to be considered, applicants must upload a resume. Job openings are posted for a minimum of 14 calendar days.Successful candidates will be subject to a criminal background check. This position is not eligible for University sponsorship for employment authorization.Additional questions, please reach out to Exodus Cardoza at Additional InformationClassification Title: Supply Chain AssociateAppointment Type: Professional and ScientificSchedule: Full-timeCompensationPay Level: 2BStarting Salary Minimum: $37,063Starting Salary Maximum: CommensurateContact InformationOrganization: HealthcareContact Name: John HixsonContact Email:

HawkVision Production Student Assistants

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
The University of Iowa Athletic Department is seeking motivated Individuals to become student assistants with HawkVision Productions.Responsibilities: include shooting and editing video for sport highlight and feature videos. Assist with sporting event shoots and in studio production. Program and operate Show Control program for mobile Daktronics video board unit, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, and wrestling events.Qualifications: Camera and editing experience preferred however not required. Ability to work evening and weekend events, lift 50 lbs. and assume a variety of responsibilities. Freshman or sophomore standing preferred. Requires a minimum of a one-year commitment. 

Delivery Driver

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
The University Surplus is seeking student employees for pick up and delivery. Duties will include: Pick up and delivery of furniture/equipment, along with other duties as assigned.Free, on-site parking.We currently have multiple positions available in University Surplus. Must be available Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00am and 3:30pm; (prefer 4-hour blocks of time). Hours will be flexible to up to 20 hour per week (more in during breaks and summer).Must be University of Iowa student. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must have a valid driver’s license and meet University driving standards. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check. (TO APPLY: Please email the completed attached form to Brian Mead at Please note we are located south of the main campus across the highway from Colonial Bowling Lanes, and south of the Iowa City airport. Transportation will be required to get to the Mossman Business Services Building.

Communications Assistant

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) is the nation's leading simulator facility. We conduct human factors research into driving behaviors such as distracted driving, impaired driving, and human interactions with advanced vehicle safety systems and technology systems. We are currently seeking an individual to help with education and outreach activities.The Communications Assistant will help communicate safety research to the public and professionals through education and outreach events. They must be able to communicate effectively with all audiences in-person, on the phone, and through email. The primary duties include compiling and distributing our bi-weekly newsletter, scheduling and hosting webinars presented by researchers, website updates, tracking online analytics, and support of our online scouting merit badge program. There may be other duties assigned. Other aspects of this position may include interacting with individuals at tours, fairs, festivals, schools, and other events. NADS is located on the UI Research Park, which can be reached on the Cambus Research Park Route stop 3029. If interested in a position, please send your resume and availability to  In a position here, individuals can build professional experience through online and in-person communication critical in any job, fostering positive public relations, managing online content, and creating communications materials.All backgrounds and education levels welcome to apply. Experience or a background in education or communications is desirable, but not required.Applicants must have strong interpersonal communication skills, strong online communication skills, think creatively, be able to manage time efficiently, and be able to work by yourself or as part of a team.10-20 hrs/week based on duties and availability.Flexible scheduleOccasional early mornings, late nights, weekends, and in-state travel for outreach events.

Undergraduate student research assistant

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Seeking a student who is highly-motivated, detail-oriented, responsible and reliable to assist in a neuroscience's research lab. The student's responsibilities will include: taking care of mouse colony (mice toeing, weaning and euthanasia); general laboratory maintenance (dishwashing, lab waste collection, running errands-going to biochem store, mailroom, etc.); and scoring behavioral videos. The student will work 15-20 hours per week during the semester and up to 40 hours per week during vacations. In the future responsibilities may increase to include behavioral experiments, surgeries, and other experiments.Successful completion of at least one laboratory science course and a cumulative GPA > 3.0 is required. 

Social Media Assistant – UI Health Care Marketing & Communications

Tuesday, June 21, 2022
 Are you interested in how brands use social media to communicate their messages? In this role, you will gain hands-on experience in social media strategy, content development, and analytics while learning more about health care marketing and communications. The successful candidate will work with the social media manager for UI Health Care and others to complete a variety of social media-related tasks and projects. Duties may include writing social posts, monitoring and responding to comments, photo and/or video editing, tracking and analyzing social media performance data, researching content ideas, and more. This position requires a high degree of creativity, initiative, self-motivation, and a desire to produce exceptional content. The successful candidate will be able to juggle multiple projects and prioritize them to meet deadlines. Social media projects are generated through collaboration with marketing and communications colleagues to inform and educate various audiences, including patients and their families, current and prospective medical students, alumni, and more. The Social Media Assistant will work together with other members of the social media team to complete projects that align with the strategic priorities of UI Health Care’s communication and marketing efforts. Qualifications ●    Strong writing skills●    Active user of social media, specifically Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.●    Attention to detail●    Team player●    Ability to work independently Preferred Qualifications ●    Previous experience managing a social media account for a business, organization or group.●    Experience using a DSLR camera●    Experience with video editing software●    Design experience with Adobe Creative Suite●    Familiarity University of Iowa Health Care, which includes UI Hospitals & Clinics, UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital, and the Carver College of Medicine.Hours: Up to 20 hours/week during school year; up to 30 hours/week during summer and breaksStarting rate: $12To ApplySend cover letter, resume, and work samples (links or screenshots reflecting your best work in social media and/or content creation) to by Friday, July 15, 2022. Interviews will be scheduled with select candidates.

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Josh Frahm

Josh Frahm

Senior Associate Director, Student Employment Programs

The Pomerantz Career Center aims to provide work opportunities for students looking to help offset the cost of education while gaining valuable work experience that is imperative in today’s competitive job market. Our goal is to help students find employment that adds value to each student’s personal and professional development. 


Future Benefits of Student Employment

  • Development of transferrable skills, such as time management and organizational skills; understanding of personal skills, talents and interests leading to the right career path for you
  • Development of a mature professional mindset
  • The understanding of what employers look for to stand out in a professional environment
  • The chance to network and build relationships with professional mentors on campus
  • Understanding the resources available to you as a student to assist in your academic and professional success

Academic Benefits of Student Employment

  • Increased enrollment retention and graduation rates for on-campus student workers
  • Students working 1-20 hours per week have a higher average GPA than their non-working peers

Student Stories: Students talk about the skills and confidence they have gained from their student employment experiences. 


The Pomerantz Career Center assists in the professional development of student employees by providing opportunities such as the UI STEP (Student to Employed Professional) professional development workshop and the 2 credit hour professional development academic course, along with assistance with Handshake.

Student Employment—Perception vs Reality

The University of Iowa Pomerantz Career Center assists students in finding a job, articulate what they have learned on that job, and educate them on how future employers view that experience.

Student Employment Outcomes:
  • Development of a professional mindset—treating your student job as a “real job”
  • Provide and promote workplace behavior best practices
  • Foster and promote student career development through employment tips and further professional developmental opportunities
  • Development and understanding of key competencies, transferable skills, leadership on the job, networking abilities, and fostering a sense of professionalism with your peers and supervisors
  • Development of positive peer-to-peer and supervisor interaction techniques to facilitate personal and professional growth
  • Understand the difference between meeting and exceeding expectations and be able to execute strategies to perform at the next level

Common Misconceptions Regarding Student Employment


Students who work while attending school full-time struggle to keep up with their studies because of time management issues and they have a lower GPA than students who don’t work.

Working while attending school full-time increases the need for students to manage their time and thus helps students establish a more structured routine.

  • From 2006-2019, University of Iowa freshman students who worked between 1-20 hours per week had GPA 0.14 higher than their non-working counterparts. 
  • This same data is validated with national statistics. On average, students who work on campus maintain a higher GPA than those who don’t.

Having a student job affects the focus of students away from the classroom and can cause early drop-out rates.

No campus activity has shown as much positive influence on a students’ academic success and retention as campus employment. 

On‑campus employers are aware that the students they hire have a #1 priority of doing well in school; therefore, employers are flexible with students’ schedules. 

  • From 2006‑2019, University of Iowa data shows that student employees are retained at a 4.24% higher clip than their non-working peers.

With less time to focus on academics, student workers struggle to graduate in four years and take much longer to finish their degree requirements.

Student employees don’t just keep up, but far exceed the University of Iowa graduation rate average at both the 4 and 6-year levels.

  • Since 2006, 4-year graduation rates for students who work on campus are at a 2.53% higher level than the university average.
  •  The 6-year graduation rates have an even more significant increase with student employees graduating at a 3.33% higher level.

It’s just a student job…….

Student jobs develop skills future employers want. The UI STEP (Student to Employed Professional) program prepares students to articulate those skills.