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Jobs for Current CBC Students
Preproom Worker - The Department hires a large number of students to assist with the operation of the Preproom that supports our undergraduate laboratory courses. This will involve such tasks as preparing chemicals and equipment for use in our courses, allocating equipment, and cleaning labs. Preference will be given to students with a demonstrated understanding of laboratory safety and procedures. Applications may be obtained in Koffler 109 or 201.
Student Worker (Various Offices within CBC) - On occasion, the Department hires hard-working students to assist with office operations. Good people skills are a must! Contact the Teaching Services Office (TSO) in Koffler 201 or call 621-2555 for further information.
Student Laboratory Technicians & Campus Jobs - Some research labs and facilities employ students to assist with day-to-day operations. Requirements will vary depending on the emphasis of the lab or facility. More information regarding these positions must be obtained from faculty or facility managers.
Student (Teaching) Assistant (SA) - In addition to Graduate Teaching Assistants, the Department on occasion hires undergraduates to teach labs. Being a SA has many advantages beyond financial remuneration. Teaching chemical concepts to freshmen is an excellent way to improve your own understanding of basic chemical concepts. As a staff member of the Department, you will gain a better understanding of the research and teaching functions of the Department as you interact with faculty, graduate students and staff. And, of course, teaching is an excellent reference for graduate or medical school, as well as for industrial positions.
For further information and qualifications, please contact:
- General Chemistry: Mr. Steven Brown, Koffler 201, 621-9980, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Organic Chemistry & others: Dr. Anne Padias, Koffler 201, 621-9978, email@example.com
- General Questions: Teaching Support Office, Koffler 201, 621-2555
Private Tutor - If you wish to offer your services as a private tutor, please contact the TSO at 621-2555 or go to Koffler 201 to apply.
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