Campus Job Opportunities
Campus Job Openings
Job Openings posted the week of June 29, 2015
This week the following positions were posted and are currently available:
• Retail Operations Manager – Dining Services - Administrative
• Director Career Center – Career Center – Administrative
• Sustainability Projects Coordinator – Center for Sustainability Education - Administrative
• Utility Worker – Dining Services – Grade 2
For additional information or to apply please stop by the HR Services Office or log on to the job line at https://jobs.dickinson.eduDisplayed through Saturday, July 11, 2015
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Yoga instructor needed for Fall 2015
The Office for Campus Recreational Programs is seeking student who is a certified yoga instructor to join the Group Fitness Class team for the Fall 2015 semester. This is a paid position and you will teach two classes per week. Please contact the Campus Recreational Programs Office if you are interested in the position.Displayed through Thursday, July 16, 2015
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College Farm and Sustainability
College Farm Tour on Saturday, July 11th
Interested in taking an "offical" tour of the College Farm? Please join us for a comprehensive walking tour with farm apprentices before Bluegrass on the Grass!
Saturday, July 11th at 10:00
Be sure to wear footwear suitable for uneven terrain and dress prepared for any weather. Tours will begin promptly at 10:00, last approximately one hour and are free to all! We look forward to seeing you there!!
553 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA
Downtown Carlisle Perceptions Survey
The Downtown Carlisle Association needs your help! Please take five minutes to complete a Perceptions Survey to gather information about how local and regional people view downtown Carlisle. Begin the survey here: http://www.padowntown.org/downtown-carlisle-current-perceptions.Displayed through Tuesday, July 5, 2016
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Campus Wireless Network Name Changes
LIS has made a change to the names used on the campus wireless network. “FAS” and “Student” will no longer appear when selecting a wireless network on campus. The new network for faculty, staff and students will be “Dickinson”. The “Guest” network will still appear for campus guest.
If your wireless device is currently connected to “FAS” please connect to “Dickinson” and forget “FAS”. On Monday July 13th, 2015 “FAS” and “Students” will no longer be visible or available.
Please contact Kevin Truman at firstname.lastname@example.org or x1035 with any questions.Displayed through Monday, July 13, 2015
Professional Development and Wellness
Presented by Steve Riccio
Tuesday-Thursday, July 21, 22, 23
Stern Center, room 102 | 8:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
A crucial conversation is a discussion between two or more people where stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong. As you know, these conversations, when handled poorly or ignored, cause teams and organizations to get less-than-desirable results.
The program is designed to achieve spirited, yet respectful, dialogue helping to incorporate better ideas and high-quality decisions. The training experience introduces a set of eight principles that build alignment, agreement, and interpersonal communication.
During this training participants will acquire skills enabling them to:
* resolve disagreements—accurately address concerns by talking respectfully, candidly and skillfully with someone in a safe way
* build acceptance rather than resistance—give and receive feedback in a way that enhances relationships and improves results
* speak persuasively, not abrasively–effectively talk about high-stake, emotional and controversial topics
* foster teamwork–get the right people involved in a way that ensures better decision-making and guarantees commitment and conviction.
Please register via CLIQ or contact Dennette Moul, Organizational Development & Training Specialist for specific information.Displayed through Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Exploring a Place: Fun Field Trip to local Water & Waste Water Treatment Facilities
The Center for Sustainability (CSE) and ALLARM have coordinated a free, fun, family field trip on Thursday, July 9 from 9:00 am to 12:30 p.m. We invite you, spouses, partners & kids (12+ recommended for the tour) to attend the Exploring our Place: Educational Series for Dickinsonians- Local Waters. We all educate Dickinson students, parents, and alumni about the region and it’s resources- let’s learn more about them. Experience Local Waters to better understand where Dickinson gets it’s drinking water and find out where the “dirty” water goes once it’s used. We will visit & tour the source, water treatment plant and Carlisle Region Water Pollution Control Facility (wastewater plant). There is no cost. Transportation is provided. This is a fun opportunity for Dickinson faculty, staff and students to come together and learn more about our region.
Meet at 9:00 am on July 9 at CSE, Kaufman Hall, Room 190. RSVP is requested by July 7. All are welcome.