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Josh Frahm

Josh Frahm

Senior Associate Director, Student Employment Programs

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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 uni.edu/jobs/why. Application materials received by Friday, July 8th will be given first consideration. For more information or to apply, visit http://jobs.uni.edu. 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).

Student Employee of the Year

Student employees play an incredible role in all aspects of the University of Iowa. Each year, supervisors recognize students who go above and beyond to make a difference in their units and throughout the university.

Through this annual award, the Pomerantz Career Center, in partnership with NSEA (National Student Employment Association), recognize the best student employees from campuses across the country. Past Student Employee of the Year Winners

Nomination & Selection Process

Student supervisors are provided a standard nomination form asking to recognize their students for performance in these key nomination criteria:
  1. Career & Self-Development
  2. Communication
  3. Critical Thinking
  4. Equity & Inclusion
  5. Leadership
  6. Professionalism
  7. Teamwork
  8. Technology

Nominations received are put into three employment categories and a winner is selected from each category, followed by an overall campus winner. The three employment categories are:

  1. Administrative Support
  2. Student/Campus Services
  3. Science, Health, and Engineering

 

Awards & Recognition

Each nominated student receives a Student Employee of the Year electronic power bank to show our appreciation for their efforts.

 

The winners are grouped in the following categories:

University of Iowa Campus Winner: Top campus winner

Category Winners: Administrative, Campus Services, Science |Health |Engineering

Certificate of Distinction:

All winners are awarded with the Student Employee of the Year water bottle and a framed certificate signed by the President.

Supervisor of the Year

Student supervisors play an incredibly important role, not only for the University, but for the students that they lead. The level of importance that supervisors play in the overall education experience of their students has been highlighted in the incredible number of nominations written by students over the first two years of the award.

Through this annual award, the Office of Student Employment and the University recognize the terrific leadership and workplace environment that student supervisors have created within their department.

Nomination & Selection Process

Student employees are emailed a flyer asking to recognize their supervisors for performance in these key nomination criteria:

  1. Provides excellent training, coaching, and professional development opportunities to student employees
  2. Helps the student connect learning in the classroom to experiences on the job
  3. Assists the student in connecting job skill development to future professional employment
  4. Showcases how much they care about the student as a person

 

Awards & Recognition

Each nominated supervisor receives a Student Supervisor of the Year mug to show our appreciation for their efforts.

The winners are grouped in the following categories:

University of Iowa Campus Winner: Top campus winner

Certificate of Distinction: Overall top 7

All winners are awarded with the Supervisor of the Year mug, a framed certificate signed by the President, and are invited to attend a reception along with our Student Employee of the Year winners at the President’s house.

 

Historical Winners