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An Account Technician I typically - 1. reviews vouchers, requisitions, purchase orders, and other transaction documents for completeness, accuracy, availability of funds, appropriateness of transaction, and conformity to policies, procedures, and/or contractual agreements 2. corrects transaction documents, which may require revision of other documents or entries as well as the original; may i… View Details Bookmark
Teaching Ceramics I or upper level ceramics courses, II, III, and IV stacked. Mixing clay, loading, unloading and firing kilns. Working cooperatively with other ceramics lecturers in coordination of the facility. View Details Bookmark
Typically are involved in the processing of documents or transactions. They provide a variety of support services to the technical, professional, and administrative or management operations of an organization. A progression of responsibility ranges from simple, routine and repetitive duties performed under direct supervision to duties that are complex and highly diversified requiring the exerci… View Details Bookmark
CSU Options Program 2-10 week courses consist of: Academic Arts, Craft, Etc. Business & Vocational Kid’s Korner Computers Dance, Music & Fitness Personal Development Swimming Summer Fun Gymnastics & Tumbling The Young at Heart (Seniors) Ed2go Quick Picks View Details Bookmark
Provide library security for all traffic that comes in and out of the library. Must cover the desk during their scheduled time, so that the desk is not unattended. Pay close attention to patrons entering through the gates, and assist students that are having problems swiping their cards to ensure that cards are being swiped correctly. Watch out for problem cards that may need to be correcte… View Details Bookmark
Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses; collaborate on program development including course refinement and assessment; supervise field experiences; provide service at the program and/or college level as needed and as appropriate. View Details Bookmark
Teaching “Introduction to Visual Art.” This is a lecture course for non-art majors and has the following course description. “Appreciation and analysis of art forms stressing terminology, technical procedures, composition, materials, and cultural and social influences.” View Details Bookmark
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Tutor individuals or students in small groups. Working 10-20 hours per week View Details Bookmark
The English Program invites applications for a part-time, non-tenure track lecturer for undergraduate courses in English. Primary duties include teaching 1 or 2 English classes during a 4.5 month semester. Faculty members are expected to teach, develop syllabi and teaching materials related to courses taught, and hold regular office hours. Specific areas for which a lecturer is needed are Ameri… View Details Bookmark
All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related activities. Non-tenure track facult… View Details Bookmark
Teaching introductory analog, digital color, documentary and/or lecture courses in Photography. Office hours of at least two hours per week. View Details Bookmark
The Educational Assistance Fund (E.A.F.) is designed to assist students who require additional financial resources in meeting their goal of graduation. Awards generated may be applied to current charges within the fiscal academic year (tuition and mandatory fees only). Funding of this program is not guaranteed and will be reviewed every term to determine availability. Chicago State University e… View Details Bookmark
Under direct supervision of the department, students will assist in meeting the goals and objectives in performing those specific departmental duties View Details Bookmark
Must work on Saturdays between the hours of 8:30 am. and 3:00 pm. Must also be willing to tutor when not delivering instruction in the classroom. Responsible for devising through management objectives, plans, and syllabi in specified areas of study for assigned Upward Bound students and compatible with program goals. Responsible for maintaining an academic progress and activities journal for… View Details Bookmark
8-16 weeks Clinical instructor to work and supervise in clinical agencies. To evaluate assignments and performance. Collaborate with Course Director and course team members. View Details Bookmark
Part-time Anthropology position. All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related a… View Details Bookmark
The CSU History Program invites applications for a part-time, non-tenure track lecturer for undergraduate courses in history. Primary duties include teaching 1 or 2 classes during a 4.5 month semester. Faculty members are expected to teach, develop syllabi and teaching materials related to courses taught, and hold regular office hours. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of … View Details Bookmark
All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related activities. Non-tenure track facult… View Details Bookmark
The English Program invites applications for a part-time, non-tenure track lecturer for undergraduate courses in English. Primary duties include teaching 1 or 2 classes during the 4.5 month semester. Specific areas for which a lecturer is needed are composition, literature, and creative writing. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the Union Contract. View Details Bookmark
All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related activities. Non-tenure track facult… View Details Bookmark
Teaching introductory and upper level courses in jewelry and metalsmithing. Maintaining studio area, requesting requesting managing supplies and equipment, and following health/safety regulations and practices. Office hours of at least two hours per week. View Details Bookmark
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities General Technological Expertise Responsible for providing technical expertise in designated area such as, computer programming, database administration, network administration, telecommunications, other designated specialty. Computer Programming Analyzes, develops, tests, and/or modifies hardware and software solutions to meet user and/or systems … View Details Bookmark
1. is responsible for patron and instructional use of the swimming pool by enforcing policies, rules, and regulations 2. recognizes and responds effectively to emergencies and unsafe conditions 3. inspects the pool area and related equipment regularly and reports unsafe conditions to appropriate staff 4. develops and implements aquatics related instru… View Details Bookmark
1. Repairs and maintains secondary roads, parking lots, sidewalks, driveways, signage, benches, fountains, planters, burial sites, and other grounds features. Also, maintains and repairs tools, and equipment. 2. Assists in cultivating, transplanting, watering, maintaining, and removing shrubs, trees, and flowers when necessary. 3. Removes snow and ice from walks, stairs, ramps, driveways, and… View Details Bookmark
A Building Service Worker typically - 1. mops, sweeps, and scrubs floors and other surfaces 2. cleans, renovates, and renews floor surface finishes 3. cleans and dusts furniture, tables, exhibit cases, fixtures, windows, doors, trim, and related furnishings 4. washes and/or cleans window and door glass, washes interior glass, including partition… View Details Bookmark
The Department of Art & Design at Chicago State University is looking to fill one adjunct teaching position for the Fall 2014 semester. WEB PAGE DESIGN: This course is an introduction to web page design taught at the junior level and has pre-requisities of Graphic Designs I, Illustrator/Photoshop and Typography, as well as Drawing I and 2 D Design. View Details Bookmark
Scoreboard Operator Operate the required equipment to control the scoreboard Prepare scorer’s table area for use before the start of assigned games Setup and breakdown of facility Assist coaches, officials, and other staff as needed Scorekeeper Obtain team roster from coach or a representative prior to ten minutes before the start of the match Keep written record of games in the scorebook… View Details Bookmark
Teach the String Instrument Method course for Music Education majors. Teach violin or viola lessons for non-majors. Teach the following courses: String Instruments (MUSM 2203) Violin or Viola (MUS 1100-Strings) Utilize teaching materials prepared by the music department Utilization of email, Microsoft Word, web-based grading systems and web-based classroom management software (Moodle) View Details Bookmark
All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related activities. Non-tenure track facult… View Details Bookmark