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Teach one section of IST616 – Information Resources: Organization and Access – July 7 – September 27, 2017 online. Overview This course is one of the five core courses in the MLS program. It is an introductory survey of principles, techniques, and standards used information systems to represent and organize information, especially those implemented in libraries and information centers. Go… View Details Bookmark
05/24/2017
Student
ST001809
OFF-CAMPUS NON-FWS EMPLOYER
The Athenians of Syracuse Inc. House Corporation is currently seeking a House Director for the Rho chapter of Delta Gamma at Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY to start August 1, 2017. Our house was originally built in 1923 and is a beautiful residence that houses 28 women. As the on-site property manager of the house coordinating day to- day facility management and under the direction … View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073236
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M002) – Selected Topics: Food Demonstrations Improving Athletic Performance (1 credit) in Fall 2017 (10/5/17-10/26/17). Course description: This course is intended to give undergraduate students practical information about eating to improve athletic performance. Using the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education (ACE) Demonstrati… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073237
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 200 (M003) – Special Topics: Food Demonstrations Eating Local: Sustainable Nutrition (1 credit) in Fall 2017 (11/2/17-11/30/17). Course description: This course is intended to give undergraduate students practical information about eating healthy and sustainably by eating local. Meeting in the new Falk Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Education… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073238
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 300 – Selected Topics, Cooking and Nutrition for Endurance Athletic Performance (3 credits) in Fall 2017 (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Applied shopping and cooking class using easy recipes and limited ingredients, to improve performance for endurance sports; including goal setting, nutrient requirements, power/recovery foods, supplements… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Faculty
073239
Falk College - Public Hlth/Food Studies/Nutrition
A part-time instructor is needed to teach NSD 425 – Nutrition in Fitness and Sports (3 credits) in Fall 2017 (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Energy needs of activity and effect of dietary intake on performance. Special dietary requirements of specific sports and athletic activities. Dietary ergogenic aids; weight control; sports fads and myths; interaction of alcohol, caffeine, and toba… View Details Bookmark
05/23/2017
Staff
033620
Food Service
Sous Chef will provide supervisory assistance to the Executive Chef and senior management of Food Services in the day to day operation of five Dining Centers. Responsibilities are developing recipes, establishing menus, working with Purchasing Agents and staff training. Assist with maintaining procedures, overseeing food production and appealing presentation to students. Assist to ensure hyg… View Details Bookmark
05/17/2017
Faculty
073219
Chemistry
Two postdoctoral positions are available in the Department of Chemistry at Syracuse University. The research will focus on either: 1. microspectroscopy of ice surfaces under atmospherically-relevant conditions. Experience in Raman microscopy, optical spectroscopy, and instrument design is preferred (knowledge of heterogeneous atmospheric reactions is desirable, and experience with analyti… View Details Bookmark
05/17/2017
Faculty
073203
Earth Sciences
The Department of Earth Sciences at Syracuse University seeks an instructor for EAR 105 Earth Sciences for Summer 2017 (3 credits). The course covers the scientific study of our planet, its history, and the processes that shape it and affect humans. Emphasis includes tectonics, continental surfaces, and climate. View Details Bookmark
04/11/2017
Faculty
073168
Biology
The Segraves and Althoff labs at Syracuse University are inviting applications for a joint postdoctoral position to conduct research on the community and evolutionary ecology of multi-species mutualisms using a synthetic mutualism lab system based on strains of brewer’s yeast. The overall goal of the project is to evaluate qualitative and quantitative theoretical predictions by using an easily … View Details Bookmark
05/16/2017
Staff
033593
Physical Plant
This position is fiscally responsible for Physical Plant and FIXit (housing) Maintenance and Custodial . Oversight and management of approval, processing, reconciliation and budgeting of all financial and accounting transactions for these divisions totals approximately $50.0 million annually • Maintain all records and documentation pertaining to all financial transactions. Approve all e-pro … View Details Bookmark
05/16/2017
Staff
033611
Institute for Veterans and Military Families
This position serves as the Program Coordinator for the Entrepreneurship portfolio of programs. The position will be responsible for recruiting qualified students and engaging alumni through events, marketing, and communications channels. The Program Coordinator will maintain all program databases and tracking systems for recruiting and graduates engagement. This includes the execution of the … View Details Bookmark
05/16/2017
Student
ST001805
Lib Access & Resource Mgt
Library and clerical tasks, including pulling requested books from the stacks, distribute and deliver items to departmental offices or branch libraries on campus, re-shelving books, scanning documents, data entry. Knowledge of Library of Congress call number system is a plus. Must be able to lift and carry up to 25-35 pounds, and push cart with wheels with up to 60+ pounds. Also, must be able… View Details Bookmark
05/15/2017
Faculty
073225
Information Studies-Dean
Teach one section of IST719 Information Visualization, Fall 2017 semester, 3 credits. Course Description: This course will introduce students to skills and techniques related to information visualization. In this skills-based course, students will be introduced to the R programming language, Adobe Illustrator, simple data cleaning techniques, simple design concepts and the ethics of visuali… View Details Bookmark
05/12/2017
Staff
033590
Recreation Services
The department of Recreation Services at Syracuse University is seeking to hire an Outdoor Education Coordinator. Assist with the overall operations of the Outdoor Education Program within the Department of Recreation Services, with its primary focus being the coordination of the challenge course and team development programming. Position reports to the Associate Director for Outdoor Educati… View Details Bookmark
05/15/2017
Faculty
073223
Information Studies-Dean
Teach one section of IST363 – Advanced Front-End Web Design, a 3 credit class, Fall 2017 – Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00 – 3:20. This course will introduce students to emerging web technologies to create robust, high quality front-end web interfaces. Students will learn advanced page layout and styling techniques as well as responsive design. After taking this course, the students will be a… View Details Bookmark
05/11/2017
Faculty
073220
Child and Family Studies
A part-time instructor is needed to teach CFS 387 – Intimate Relationships & Gender Roles in Fall 2017 semester (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Overview of marriage and the couple relationship in contemporary society. Relationship development, maintenance, and termination; conflict resolution skills; ethnic/ racial and cultural variations; and issues related to gender. Class meets: MW… View Details Bookmark
05/10/2017
Student
ST001719
Center on Human Policy
Internet technology developers are needed for a grant-funded development project. Developers will work closely with a talented team of researchers, visual designers, and end-users. View Details Bookmark
04/04/2017
Student
ST001757
LGBT Resource Center
The Graphic Designer is responsible for developing accessible and engaging publicity for the LGBT RC. Under the direction of their supervisor, this person will be responsible for the following: • Designing flyers, posters, banners, signs, advertisements, invitations, website banners, social media publicity, videos, etc. to promote the LGBT RC’s events, programs, and services • Developing a… View Details Bookmark
05/09/2017
Student
ST001801
Arts & Sciences - Dean's Office
Under general supervision from the Executive Director, the Web Designer is responsible for development support, design, maintenance and website updates using Syracuse University’s current applications. View Details Bookmark
05/08/2017
Staff
033595
OIRA
To supplement our current development project, we are seeking a Temporary Oracle OBIEE Developer/Trainer to support OIRA. This assignment will be performed on-site at Syracuse University and will be up to six months in length. This position will assist in finishing the metadata layer of our Admissions Data Warehouse. View Details Bookmark
Part-time Faculty to be a section lead for SCM 702, Principles of Management Science (3 credits). Online course. Course description: Students will learn concepts and development of analytical model building as used in global supply chain decisions. MBA@Syracuse section leads will conduct a 90 minute synchronous or live section each week with 15-20 students at the same time each week fo… View Details Bookmark
Part-time Faculty to be a section lead for EEE621 – Corporate Entrepreneurship (3 credits). Online course. Course description: EEE 621, Examination of the application of entrepreneurship concepts and behaviors within established organizations, assessment of factors contributing to a company’s entrepreneurial orientation, and identification of ways to foster higher levels of entrepreneurship… View Details Bookmark
A part-time instructor is needed to teach SWK 781 Alcohol & Other Drugs in Social Work Practice – (Sec M001) in Fall 2017 semester (8/28/17-12/15/17). Course description: Introduces theory and practice strategies appropriate to understand and address alcohol and other drug problems among clients in various human services settings. Class meets: TH 3:30 pm – 6:15 pm View Details Bookmark
03/09/2017
Faculty
073136
Geography
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University seeks a part-time instructor to teach GEO 103, Environment and Society, through University College during the Fall 2017 semester, August 28 – December 15, 2017, Tuesday evenings, 6:30-9:15 PM (3 credits). Appointment begins August 21, 2017. Course Description: This course focuses on the relationship between society … View Details Bookmark
05/03/2017
Student
ST001796
Management
General clerical, mail sorting, errands in the building and outside (occasional), some light database work, copying/scanning, etc. Light lifting, between 5-10 pounds, occasionally more if needed. Undergraduate, workstudy, Whitman student preferred, but not required. View Details Bookmark
05/02/2017
Student
ST001720
Center on Human Policy
Graphic designer and/or animator needed for a grant-funded development project. Designers will work closely with a talented team of researchers, developers, and end-users. View Details Bookmark
05/02/2017
Student
ST001603
OFF-CAMPUS NON-FWS EMPLOYER
This is a busy environment and we are timed on the tasks performed. Good personal hygiene is necessary in this HACCP plan facility. Lifting between 25-40 lbs. may be required. Job description includes taking customer orders, trimming fish, cleaning shrimp, preparing batter for frying or baking fish. Cooking product. When we are not with customers we are washing pots and pans, clean… View Details Bookmark
05/02/2017
Student
ST001795
OFF-CAMPUS FWS EMPLOYER
Syracuse Stage Front-of-House seeks Ushers for the final two shows (DEATHTRAP and RING OF FIRE) of the season. The position requires individuals with exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and ability to work well in a team. Background in arts, retail and customer service preferred. Ushering responsibilities include event set up/break down, light facilities maintenance, ticket s… View Details Bookmark
04/24/2017
Staff
033571
Academic Affairs
This position will provide program coordination and technical support for SU-CSCS/EFC, with a particular focus on sustainable materials management, debris free waters, and watershed management. This position will be based in San Juan, Puerto Rico and mainly responsible for coordinating programs in Puerto Rico (PR) and the US Virgin Islands (USVI), and travel will be required. This position will… View Details Bookmark