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Graphic Designer, Senior
IE seeks a senior graphic designer to contribute innovative and impactful design work in a collaborative environment. The preferred candidate exhibits strong initiative and self-motivation, seeks creative design solutions for print and web, thrives in a team setting, and has an interest in the environment. Our communications team produces print and online communications, reports, and promotional and outreach materials for a core group of IE researchers and collaborators across campus, and also organizes, promotes, and staffs a variety of events. The successful applicant will work closely with our editor and two web developers as well as the entire staff of researchers in a fast-paced environment to enhance the IE brand and environmental communication and collaboration across campus and in the community. For more information visit www.uacareertrack.com, job #54548.
The Institute of the Environment is seeking a web site designer/developer to help create environment-focused websites, tools, and applications for a core group of IE researchers and collaborators across campus. The selected candidate will work closely with our communications team on online products that enhance environmental communication and collaboration. The position requires web development experience (including Drupal), design skills, strong communication skills, and the ability to balance multiple priorities without losing attention to detail. For more information visit https://www.uacareertrack.com, Job #53616.
Part Time Undergraduate Research Assistant - Green Engagement Guide
The UA’s Institute of the Environment (IE) is seeking a current UA freshman, sophomore, or junior for part-time employment during the 2014-2015 school year. The selected candidate will work closely with our Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) to develop the UA Green Engagement Guide (GEG). This guide will help students understand the opportunities they have to get involved on and off campus. The position requires a combination of strong, proven writing skills, acute attention to detail, initiative, a willingness to learn, and an interest in the environment. In this position the Undergraduate Research Assistant will be able to make a series of connections on campus and in the community, and will be able to gain a further understanding of the opportunities that the UA has to offer.
Job duties include:
1. Working with the GRA as well as various stakeholders throughout the campus and community to develop components that need to be in the GEG.
2. Contacting various entities on and off campus to learn about their engagement opportunities for students.
3. Working with the GRA to write the guide.
4. Help facilitate the creation and maintenance of an undergraduate committee that will give feedback on the creation of the guide.
5. Working with the IE communications and outreach staff to help create the website the guide will be hosted on.
Pay range: $10-hour; minimum of 15 hours/week. The selected candidate would begin the first week of school in Fall of 2014.
To apply: Please submit the following to Natalie Lucas (email@example.com) and Thomas McDonald (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a letter of interest, resume, one faculty reference, and one personal reference.
Applications Due: April 11, 2014