The Institute for Population Research is seeking a student assistant to perform a wide range of duties to support faculty and staff, primarily helping IPR staff with website maintenance (using Drupal 8), data collection, and providing on-site assistance for the weekly IPR Seminar Series.
The primary responsibilities of this position will be helping IPR staff with website maintenance (using Drupal 8), data collection, and providing on-site assistance for the weekly IPR Seminar Series. In addition, the student will assist with routine office work including filing, copying, data entry, and reception.
The ideal candidate will have solid organizational skills, the ability to collaborate with staff and faculty, an outgoing personality and professional demeanor to engage with center guests. The student must be willing to complete various online trainings for relevant system access in their first 30 days of employment.
Looking for a student to work summer semester, and ideally continue into next academic year. Weekly hours can be flexible, but likely somewhere between 4-8 hours per week. The work schedule and location can be quite flexible. Option for remote work.
How to Apply
Please send resume and work availability to Corinne Rubright (Rubright [dot] 4osu [dot] edu). Please include desired number of hours per week.