Work Study Job Posting

Student will typically find work study positions on their own by contacting on-campus departments (dean's office & professors). Occasionally, on and off campus employers will contact us to post their job openings.

 

Job: Graduate Assistant Position

Date posted: 09/11/2017

Deadline: Until filled

Contact: Evolve Benton

Job Title: Graduate Assistant Position

Employer/Department name: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center (LGBT Resource Center)

Compensation: 18.00/hour

Location: Parnassus

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

 

  • Full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at the University of California, San Francisco
  • Work-study eligibility

 

About this job:

Overview:

The primary role of the Graduate Assistant for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center (LGBT Resource Center) is to support the Center’s programming efforts; gain practical experience working with queer, underrepresented, underserved, and ally communities; and collaborate with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, trainees, alumni, and community members. This position works directly with the Director and Assistant Director to increase student involvement and to enhance students’ experience by supporting the initiatives of the Center and creating a more inclusive campus environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Graduate Assistant reports directly to the Assistant Director of the LGBT Resource Center and works approximately 10 hours per week, including some evening and weekend hours. This one-year position runs from September 2017 to June 2018 (9-month appointment). In this role, the Graduate Assistant will:

  • Assist in the planning and implementation of campus-wide events, for example: National Coming Out Day/Coming Out Monologues, Transgender Day of Remembrance, LGBTQIA Health Forum, Diversity Graduation, End of Year LGBT Pride Celebration, and SF Pride Parade Contingent
  • Collaborate with Registered Campus Organizations (RCOs), UCSF campus departments, and community partners in programming and educational initiatives
  • Identify LGBTQI resources and develop engaging online content to regularly feature on social media platforms
  • Support in the management and development of online resources, including webpages, email outreach campaigns, social media campaigns, and infographics
  • Represent the Center at various events, committees, and outreach activities
  • Other duties assigned


Learning Outcomes

  • Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of diversity and social justice issues
  • Enhance and develop critical thinking, communication, and leadership skills
  • Develop comprehensive event planning skills through implementation of campus-wide events

Required Qualifications:

  • Full-time enrollment in a graduate degree program at the University of California, San Francisco
  • Work-study eligibility

Preferred qualifications:

  • Former experience in student affairs, intercultural work, sexuality education, or social justice programming
  • A firm understanding of LGBTQI populations, intersectionality, ethnic & racial diversity, and social justiceTo Apply:

Please send the following to Evolve Benton ([email protected]) in a PDF format with the subject line that reads “LGBT RC Graduate Assistant Application” by Friday, September 15th, 2017.

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • List of 3 References

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center, a division of the Office of Diversity & Outreach, provides education, information, support, and advocacy services to our UCSF campus community. The Center works toward creating and maintaining a safe, inclusive, and equitable environment for LGBTQI students, staff, faculty, and trainees. The LGBT Resource Center aims to sustain LGBTQI visibility and a sense of community throughout the campus and medical center.

 

Job: Student Cultural Intern – The Black Caucus at UCSF

Date posted: 8/18/2017

Deadline: Open until filled

Contact: LaMisha Hill, PhD

Job Title: Student Cultural Intern

Employer/Department name: The Black Caucus at UCSF

Compensation: $18.00 / hr.

Location: UCSF Parnassus & Remote

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

UCSF students who qualify for UCSF Work Study program

About this job:

About: Founded in 1968, The Black Caucus is a forum open to all Black identified individuals and allies at UCSF. The Black Caucus is known for the UCSF Janitor’s Strike of 1970, which sparked institutional action and policy changes that have positively impacted all members of our UCSF community. We are seeking a work study student who can assist with our current initiatives for 8-10 hours/week. The work study student intern will report to and receive supervision from UCSF Staff who serve as leaders in the Black Caucus.

Responsibilities May Include:

- Support with the curation of an oral/video history project to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Black Caucus.

o Support to videographers and Co-Chairs of Cultural/History Committee

o Digitizing and archiving historical documents at UCSF Library

o Research on the history of Blacks at UCSF and creating a timeline of history makers and notable events

- Support with the development of “The Black Bulletin”, a monthly online newsletter

- Website management, Social media, and other communication platforms

- Support with planning and logistics of community building

- Administrative support as needed Preferred Skills and Qualifications Include:

- An interest in history and historical materials

- A passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion

- Familiarity with social medial platforms and adaptive computer skills (e.g., Constant Contact, Drupal, and OrgSync)

- Strong written and verbal communication skills

- Organized and detailed oriented

- Ability to work independently on assigned duties

 

Job: Inpatient Student Intern - Work Study Student

Date posted: 4/6/2017

Deadline: Open until filled

Contact: Oliver Hsu

Job Title: Inpatient Student Intern

Employer/Department name: Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System

Compensation: tbd

Location: Santa Clara

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

UCSF School of Pharmacy student and qualify for UCSF Work Study program

About this job:

Inpatient Student Intern

Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System

Background

Founded in 1876, Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVH&HS) is a nationally recognized public health care facility located in San Jose that provides a full range of acute care, intensive care, rehabilitation, and ambulatory services. Each year, the hospital cares for thousands of hospitalized patients and handles over 500,000 outpatient and emergency visits. The hospital is dedicated to providing high-quality basic care as well as specialized services. Each year, more than 150 burn victims from the surrounding five-county area receive intensive care and rehabilitation at the hospital’s Regional Burn Center.

Medical education is a cornerstone of SCVH&HS’s mission. SCVH&HS has affiliations with the University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy, Touro University College of Pharmacy, UC San Francisco School of Pharmacy, and other professional schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. The hospital has been affiliated with the Stanford University School of Medicine since 1970, training medical residents with some of the region’s more challenging cases. Additionally, SCVH&HS has a thriving ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency program with 10 PGY1 residents and PGY2 specialty residencies in Ambulatory Care, Critical Care, and Health-System Pharmacy Administration.

Role

The role of the inpatient pharmacy intern is to support various drug distribution services in the inpatient pharmacy. The intern will gain an understanding of operations in an inpatient hospital setting, including experience with unit dose medications, intravenous admixture sterile compounding, and automated dispensing cabinets. As interns gain experience in the inpatient pharmacy, they may be asked to contribute to various quality improvement or safety initiatives.

Responsibilities

- Dispensing medications (unit dose and discharge outpatient pharmacy)

- Refilling automated dispensing cabinets and crash carts

- Compounding intravenous medications

- Delivering medications

- Triaging phone calls from nurses and physicians

- Performing patient outreach in our Transitions of Care Program

- Other duties as assigned

Knowledge/Skills/Experience

- Highly motivated individual, a proficient self-learner

- Ability to work independently and problem solve

- Excellent oral and written communication skills

- Excellent interpersonal skills

- Ability to work well in a team with other disciplines in an interdisciplinary environment

Qualifications

- Have a valid California pharmacy intern license

- Be enrolled at UCSF School of Pharmacy and qualify for the UCSF work study program

- Be able to work on average once a week (usually weekends)

- Schedule is flexible to account for midterms and finals

For questions, please contact Oliver Hsu, Pharm D at [email protected] or 408-885-2319

 

Job: Portfolio Assistant - Work Study Student

Date posted: 3/15/2017

Deadline: Open until filled

Contact: Gitanjali Kapur

Job Title: Portfolio Assistant

Employer/Department name: School of Dentistry

Office of Educational Technology

Compensation: $20.00/hour

Location: Parnassus Campus

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

Parnassus Campus

About this job:

Office of Educational Technology (Curriculum Support) at the School of Dentistry is seeking a 10-15 hour/week work-study student. This student will work closely with the Director of Office of Educational Technology to assist with the Portfolio Licensure pathway work-flow for the DDS program.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with preparing exam schedules, documentation, and examiner rosters.
  • Preparing licensure application packets.
  • Streamlining course content on the LMS course.

Required abilities and dispositions:

§ High personal motivation, self-management, meticulous attention to detail, and an ability to work under supervision.

§ Excellent interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills, with an ability to work in teams.

§ Working knowledge of MS office applications.

Preferred:

§ Experience working in a fast-paced office.

§ Skills with learning management systems and instructional design.
 

Email resume and cover letter to Gitanjali Kapur at [email protected]

Job: Portfolio Assistant - Work Study Student

Date posted: 3/15/2017

Deadline: Open until filled

Contact: Gitanjali Kapur

Job Title: Portfolio Assistant

Employer/Department name: School of Dentistry

Office of Educational Technology

Compensation: $20.00/hour

Location: Parnassus Campus

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

Parnassus Campus

About this job:

Office of Educational Technology (Curriculum Support) at the School of Dentistry is seeking a 10-15 hour/week work-study student. This student will assist with the course content development and streamline course templates in the CLE for DDS program.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with conversion of paper competency exam forms into a web based system.
  • Assist with preparing, and posting course content/media the School’s learning management system – Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE).

Required abilities and dispositions:

§ High personal motivation, self-management, meticulous attention to detail, and an ability to work under supervision.

§ Excellent interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills, with an ability to work in teams.

§ Working knowledge of MS office applications.

Preferred:

§ Experience working in a fast-paced office.

§ Skills with learning management systems and instructional design.
 

Email resume and cover letter to Gitanjali Kapur at [email protected]

 

Job: Student Services - Work Study Student

Date posted: 1/3/2017

Deadline: Open until filled

Contact: Elizabeth Dzeng

Job Title: Research Assistant - Work Study Student

Employer/Department name: Division of Hospital Medicine

Compensation: $15/hour

Location: Parnassus Campus

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

UCSF student eligible for federal work study

About this job:

I am a clinician investigator working at the intersection of palliative care, ethics, and sociology, looking for a research assistant to assist with qualitative data management, entry, and analysis for several projects related to trainee moral distress, burnout, and burdensome care at the end of life.

Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Principle Investigator, the work study student will assist with qualitative data analysis and management, including inputting data elements into excel spreadsheets from paper transcripts. The student will also assist with qualitative data analysis coding interviews with a group of other researchers.

Required abilities and dispositions:

§ High self-motivation, self-management, meticulous attention to detail, and an ability to work under supervision.

§ Excellent interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills, with an ability to work in teams and independently.

§ An interest in qualitative methodologies, end of life, and palliative care research

Email resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Dzeng at [email protected]

 

 

Job: Student Associate

Date posted: 12/12/2016

Deadline: until filled

Contact: Kenji Muramoto

Job Title: Student Associate

Employer/Department name: Institutional Animal Care and Use Program

Compensation: TBD

Location: Various

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

UCSF student eligible for federal work study

About this job:

Protocol – Grant Congruency of animal experiments:

NIH and other research funding agencies require that UCSF verify that all animal experiments on a grant have been approved by UCSF’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). Further, animal experiments that are not part of the funded grant must have another source of funding (e.g., UCSF Departmental funds). To accomplish these goals, the UCSF Institutional Animal Care and Use Program (IACUP) staff compare the grant documents (the notice of award, the vertebrate animal section, the research strategy section) with the investigator’s IACUC protocol application.

Student Associate will conduct Protocol – Grant Congruency reviews approximately 15 reviews (10 hr)/week. The work can be performed on his/her own time, in the IACUP office or off-site, with turnaround time/deadlines of 1 – 2 weeks per review. The Associate will communicate with faculty research investigators as needed, and maintain documentation of the reviews conducted. This position reports to the IACUP Director.

Requirements: Some knowledge of scientific research, preferably in animal experimentation. Computer with UCSF MyAccess/VPN access.

Details: Email resume to [email protected]

 

Job: Student Associate

Date posted: 12/12/2016

Deadline: until filled

Contact: Kenji Muramoto

Job Title: Student Associate

Employer/Department name: Institutional Animal Care and Use Program

Compensation: TBD

Location: Various

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Who should apply?

UCSF student eligible for federal work study

About this job:

Pain management for UCSF research animals: documentation of adequate anesthesia and analgesia

UCSF’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) requires that research faculty and their laboratory personnel administer surgical anesthesia and post-surgical analgesia strictly in accord with their approved animal-use protocol, and that they assess their animals for pain. Oversight of this commitment includes guidance from the UCSF Institutional Animal Care and Use Program (IACUP) staff for laboratory personnel on understanding their commitments and tailoring a documentation record to their particular project. IACUP staff also conduct retrospective audits of a sample of the laboratories’ records.

Student Associate (10 hours per week) will review animal-use protocols to prepare a summary of pain management commitments for faculty and their laboratory personnel. S/he will review the laboratory’s plans for documentation and recommend needed enhancements to proposed records forms. S/he will conduct follow-up audits of the laboratories’ documentation of their pain management commitments for report to the IACUP veterinarian(s) and staff.

This position reports to the IACUP Training and Compliance Specialist.

Requirements: Some knowledge of scientific research, anesthesia and analgesia, preferably in animal experimentation. Computer with UCSF MyAccess/VPN access.

Details: Email resume to [email protected]

 

Job: Literacy Intervention Tutor

Date posted: 08/12/2016 Deadline: until filled (several positions are available)
Contact: Allison Rhodes Job Title: Literacy Intervention Tutor
Employer/Department name: Reading Partners Compensation: 15.00/hour

Location: Various

 
Email: [email protected]  
Who should apply? UCSF student eligible for federal work study
About this job:
  • UCSF partners with Reading Partners, a local nonprofit organization that works to expand life opportunities for at-risk elementary school children by empowering them with strong literacy skills. As a tutor, you'd work one-on-one with a K-5 student who is reading 6 months to 2.5 years below grade level. Tutoring with Reading Partners requires absolutely no experience--Reading Partners provide you with an easy-to-follow and research driven curriculum, as well as on-the-ground support to make sure your time with our students has a huge impact! Reading Partners is seeking Literacy Intervention Tutors at the following elementary schools: Bret Harte (Bayview), Hillcrest (Excelsior), Monroe (Excelsior), Cleveland (Excelsior), Cesar Chavez (Mission), Rosa Parks (Western Edition), EnCompass (Fruitvale), Cox (E. Oakland), Think College Now (Fruitvale), Caliber Academy (Richmond). UCSF Work Study Students will also be compensated for travel time to and from the school location.
  • Qualifications: Willingness to learn about tutoring strategies, patience working with students who need help learning, ability to work independently or with limited supervision, ability to interact effectively with diverse groups, ability to commit to a schedule and show up promptly when expected.
  • Reading Partners is an equal opportunity employer.
    For more information about Reading Partners, please visit our website at ​www.readingpartners.org​.

Details: Email resume to [email protected]artners.org

 

 

 

   

Job: PT/On-call Lab Assistant (on-campus)
 

Date posted: 11/23/15 Deadline: Until filled
Contact: [email protected] Job Title: PT/On-call Lab Assistant
Employer/Department name: Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Compensation: TBD

Location: Mission Bay and Mount Zion

Hours: Approximately  flexible (20 max per week)

  Fax:
Who should apply? UCSF student eligible for federal work study
Responsibilities:

Operator of autoclave/glass wash instruments.  Work days/hours are variable.  Provide service to wet lab researchers at the Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building (Mission Bay) and potentially the Mt. Zion Cancer Research Building (Mt. Zion). 

Qualifications:
  • Ability to operate industrial glasswashers and autoclave machines
  • Ability to calculate correct autoclave temps/.times for different media 
Details:

Contact William Toomey for application:   [email protected]

 

Job: Field Management Intern - Jumpstart.org (Off-campus)
 

Date posted: 10/29/2015 Deadline: Until filled
Contact: [email protected] Job Title: Field Management Intern
Employer/Department name: Jumpstart Compensation:  $12.25 - 15.00/hour

Location: 65 Battery Street, San Francisco

Hours: Approximately  10-15 hours per week

  Web: jstart.org
Phone: Fax:
Who should apply? UCSF student eligible for federal work study
About Jumpstart:

Jumpstart is a national early education organization that recruits and trains college students and community volunteers to work with preschool children in low-income neighborhoods. Through a proven curriculum, these children develop the language and literacy skills they need to be ready for school, setting them on a path to close the achievement gap before it is too late. Join us to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Learn more at www.jstart.org.

Responsibilities:

The Field Management department is looking for a paid intern to work 10-15 hours each week for a year-long internship. The work will mostly involve data entry, web research, local event support, and other administrative tasks. The position will be supervised by the Director of Field Management.

Specific LEARNING OBJECTIVES/RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Learn about the administrative and operational aspects of a national nonprofit organization.
  • Support the Field Management team, entering and tracking data and doing research on Early Childhood Education issues and grant opportunities as well as other relevant topics.
  • Additional support for the Norcal program and development teams with event and administrative support.
  • Support compliance management efforts (tracking, monitoring, reporting) across the Jumpstart network.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
  • Commitment to Jumpstart’s mission and values of learning, determination, connection, joy, and kindness
  • Must be at least 18 years old and have graduated from high school.
  • Organized and detail oriented and able to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Competent with Microsoft Office Applications, especially Microsoft Excel.
  • Is a self-starter and highly motivated.
Benefits:
  • Training and ongoing support provided.
  • Gain knowledge and experience in nonprofit and volunteer management.
  • Access to professional development opportunities.
  • Make a positive impact on the communities Jumpstart serves.
Details:

Email resume and cover letter to [email protected]