Hi Obies,I currently require someone with some expertise in the legal aspects of tax law to advise me on one minor question. Any takers? Broad legal knowledge and/or knowledge of immigration law would also be very helpful to me. Thanks all!
The ACLA is currently searching for an Administrative Coordinator. The position is currently open for an immediate hire. Possibility of working remotely. .Background in Comparative Literature or a related field a strong asset. This could be a great opportunity for someone looking for an "alt-ac" position! Contact email@example.com if you have any questions about the position!ACLA Administrative Coordinator:The American Comparative Literature Association, housed in the Dept. of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of South Carolina, invites applications for an administrative coordinator to provide support and leadership. The initial appointment ends June 30, 2016 with the possibility of a four year extension. Major responsibilities include planning the annual conference (over 2000 attendees), website development and maintenance, and supervision of staff and graduate students, and supporting the other activities of the ACLA. Under limited supervision by the Secretary-Treasurer of the ACLA, the responsibilities of the ALCA Administrative Coordinator also include handling membership and correspondence for the Secretary - Treasurer of the ACLA. Requirements: Knowledge of general accounting principles. Must be organized. Requires above average writing skills and experience with website publication. Experience using Wordpress (website design software) and Drupal. Must have experience creating/updating websites or sufficient working knowledge of websites and the internet to take over this function. Requires sound judgment and ability to work with little or no supervision. Ability to adapt to a variety of tasks as needed. A Master's degree and 1 year relevant experience in business, public administration or administrative services, or bachelor's degree and 3 years relevant experience in business, public administration or administrative services; or equivalency are required. Graduate work (including PhD) in Comparative Literature or other humanities field an asset, although not required. To receive full consideration, applications must be received by August 31, 2015. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, CV/resume, and a list of references by applying online at https://uscjobs.sc.edu/ (position title is Administrative Coordinator II, Department is Languages, Literatures, and Cultures). The University of South Carolina is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or decision for qualified persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.
Hi I'm a 2014 alum & the abortion clinic I work at is currently hiring another counselor/medical assistant. This is one of the last three late-term abortion clinics in the country (see After Tiller on Netflix streaming for more info). You get a lot of hands-on experience with patients, will learn nursing skills, counseling skills etc. We are located in sunny Albuquerque, NM. Ideally, you should speak Spanish and have commitment to this area of healthcare. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or are interested in applying! Follow the link for the full job description:https://www.facebook.com/SouthwesternWomensOptions/photos/a.465104433525976.95859.448922058477547/879186035451145/?type=1&theater
Hello! I'm Nick.I finished an Artist Diploma through the conservatory this past may and am seeking a position in development at a music instutition in NYC. Aside from a substantial performance and succesful performance career, I am the founded a nonprofit that supports young classical musicians and gives back the community (I will be stepping down to an advisory role next month). I would greatly appreciate any advice on how to get started in the nonprofit fundraising world and will gladly share my cover letter and resume drafts. Thank you for reading!Nicholas King310firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey everyone!I'm a new grad looking for housing in the Boston area. I'm looking to move sometime in the next few weeks (early September). I'm open to a number of possibilities – as long rent isn't too high! I'm an easygoing person; quiet, clean, and responsible. I've been looking online, but connections can help too.If you have any suggestions or know of anyone needing a roommate, let me know!Thanks, Garret
Hello! My friend Ahmed and I are currently looking for apartments in Brooklyn (probably Bushwick, Bed-Stuy). If anyone is looking for some roommates in NYC starting sometime in September, we'd love to find a third person! Our target budget is around $850-$900 a person, which is much more doable with three than with two.We're both moving to the city from elsewhere. I studied creative writing at Oberlin ('14) and am now working as a software developer, and Ahmed is a friend of mine from before Oberlin who got a job in New York with a retail startup. If you're interested, let me know! The easiest way to contact me is by email at email@example.com.
Peak to Peak Charter School (k-12), seeks to fill two biology teaching positions immediately. This nationally recognized school is currently home to 3 Oberlin Alums. Peak to Peak is located in Lafayette,CO on the front range near Denver and Boulder. Visit link for job application info. http://www.peaktopeak.org/pages/PeaktoPeakCS/Employment/Current_Openings
I graduated Oberlin in 2014 with a neuro degree, and I'm looking for work in a lab or other scientific setting. I've been applying to lab, medical, and pharmaceutical jobs for more than a year, with frustratingly little result, although I've been in the top choice of candidates a fair number of times. If anyone knows of any open positions or contacts in the NY area, I would be extremely grateful for leads!
Cellist and music educator in transition, looking for a full-time administrative position. Interested in arts, education, non-profit, or legal fields. Strong writing, organizational and people skills. Email me if you know of something! firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey Obie friends, I have a big beautiful house with a few friends in West Philly and we do flexible-term fully furnished rentals in 4 of the bedrooms. We normally get all kinds of interested PhDs from around the world doing post-doc work at Penn, but it would be great to have some Obies in here too, let me know if you're interested.
Check out the posting below:https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/413672300Not really an offer I'm in control of, but I figure folks would be interested.
Want to be an integral part of an artist driven, award-winning theater company? Curious what it takes to market a show or help fundraise to keep the work going? Join The New Group as an intern this fall!About The New Group, one of New York’s leading off-Broadway theaters, is proud to offer a rigorous and competitive internship program in order to develop and empower the next wave of exceptional theater professionals. The New Group is an award-winning, artist-driven company with a commitment to developing and producing powerful, contemporary theater. In addition to producing three main stage productions each season, the organization’s New Group/New Works play development program works intensively with emerging playwrights and established authors. The New Group also operates a variety of theater education programs that provide opportunities for artistically inclined high school, college, and adult students. The New Group offers internships in the following areas:· Development· MarketingThe New Group seeks diverse individuals with an affinity for theater arts and administration. Each internship provides candidates unique insight into the inner workings of one of New York City’s premier off-Broadway theater companies in an intimate, open environment. Our interns are integral to the functioning and continued success of our theater and as such, interns are expected to take on real responsibilities and take initiative in their time with us. The New Group interns are invited to participate in staff meetings and special events, which can include (depending on current production schedule) first rehearsals, opening and closing nights, talkbacks, and fundraising events, such as the Gala. BenefitsAt The New Group, our small and collaborative office environment creates the space for unique cross-departmental exposure. With a staff of only 10 full-time employees, The New Group provides interns the chance to not only work closely with their direct supervisor but to meet and become familiar with each member of the team. Our education coordinator will work with you to create an internship experience to help you gain the skills and insight you desire to reach your career goals. You will also receive mentorship throughout your internship and build industry contacts to help further your professional development. In addition to gaining invaluable experience, The New Group interns receive a MetroCard to cover travel costs, and students may be eligible for school credit. Interns will also receive complimentary tickets to The New Group productions for the duration of their internship. To applyInternships are open to undergraduates, graduate students, and young professionals. Full-time internships require a commitment of 30-40 hours per week, and part time internships require a commitment of 20 hours per week. All candidates must have excellent interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) is required. Development, Marketing, Literary, and Education Internships are offered in three cycles: Summer, Fall, and Spring. Applications for our fall cycle (which begins September 8th) will be accepted between now and August 31st. Because of the high volume of applications we receive, interns are accepted on a rolling basis. If candidates are interested in multiple internships, they may apply for more than one and should indicate on their cover letter which internships they are interested in and their order of preference.To apply, please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in interning with The New Group, a current resume, and the contact information of two references. Send all materials to Internships@TheNewGroup.org. In the subject line of the e-mail, please write the internship for which you are applying. E.O.E. No phone calls, please.
My office is looking for an AmeriCorps member to start mid-September! For more information, or to submit an application (cover letter, resume & three references), please contact me at email@example.com. Your help is appreciated in sharing widely the following description: The Office of Student Affairs assists students at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) with needs and questions related to their time outside of the classroom. While the academic curriculum at WVSOM provides students with the foundation of medical knowledge, skills, and competencies needed by osteopathic physicians, participation in campus life further enhances the student educational experience. Involvement in co-curricular programs and activities provides opportunities for students to develop skills that will better prepare them for eventual practice in the community. The AmeriCorps member will focus on building stronger relationships with local non-profits and developing diversity-related programs, among other projects. Some of the specific projects that the AmeriCorps member will work on include the following: · research, plan and execute at least four innovative diversity-related programs for the WVSOM community;· expand and solidify current relationships with community organizations that are working towards diversity-related goals held in common with WVSOM; · assist with the oversight of the culturally-based student organizations at WVSOM (Christian Medical Dental Association; Delta Omega; Medical Muslim Student Association; PAX) in order to help them to continue to build capacity;· assist with the research, planning and execution of the spring 2016 climate survey to be conducted on campus;· assist with the execution of any additional co-curricular and curricular educational goals, as determined by the Office of Student Affairs. WVSOM is a nationally ranked, award winning medical school with a world class reputation. WVSOM’s mission is to educate students from diverse backgrounds as lifelong learners in osteopathic medicine and complementary health related programs; to support and develop graduate medical education training; to advance scientific knowledge through academic, clinical and basic science research; and to promote patient-centered, evidence based medicine. WVSOM is dedicated to serve, first and foremost, the state of West Virginia and the health care needs of its residents, emphasizing primary care in rural areas. A leader in producing graduates who practice in rural settings, WVSOM blends the ease of living in a breathtaking mountain community with a nationally recognized faculty and innovative programs. U.S. News & World Report has ranked WVSOM among the top medical schools in the nation in primary care and family medicine for the past 14 years, solidifying the school's reputation as a place where scientific study and compassion are joined in one curriculum.
Hello Everybody,My name is Samantha Smylie, I'm a 3rd year History major at the college. In Spring 2016, I will (hopefully) be heading to London! If I get the chance to go, I will be studying the History of London, National identities, and material culture in London museums. As a low-income student, and a few family emergencies, it has been extremely hard for my family to send me to school for the fall semester (paying tuition and hopefully we can afford some of my books) and help me save money for my trip. I really want to go to London, I don't know if I will ever have another chance to do something like this. As a first-generation student, I would be the first person in my family to go abroad and study in London. I just need help.I started a gofundme to help give me a head-start on saving. If you can donate any little money to me that would be very helpful. However, if you can't, please share on facebook and send me links to scholarships. I know that relying on a fundraiser isn't the "smartest" thing to do, So I'm also searching for scholarships and working at school. Here is the link to my GoFundMe page: http://www.gofundme.com/jmzt35n8Love,Sammie
My law firm is looking to fill an open paralegal/litigation assistant position, and recent Oberlin graduates would make great candidates. The firm is Rosen Bien Galvan & Grunfeld LLP out in San Francisco (www.rbgg.com). We specialize in civil rights and most of our work centers around two prisoner class action cases (specifically, the treatment of mentally ill and disabled inmates). The cases are wrapped up in the Three Strikes Law and crazily overcrowded California prisons - a perfect fit for anyone interested in prison reform and the criminal justice system. Our other cases range from a suit against Uber for discrimination against blind riders to ones involving minority voting rights. We're seeking someone who is a quick learner, excellent writer, and above-all, very passionate about civil rights. Our firm is made up of super smart attorneys who are wholly dedicated to fighting injustices. I've been here for over a year now, and not only do I absolutely love it, but I feel like I never left Oberlin in some ways. Anyone interested can check out the position description and application instructions here: http://rbgg.com/paralegallitigation-support/You should also feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to learn more about the job and the firm to see if it's a good fit. The person vacating this position is leaving at the end of this week, so I would encourage anyone interested to act quickly!
My amazing beautiful house has a space open!!! We are open to a short or long term person. The house is part of a project to start a resident-owned collective house in Cleveland, so major bonus points if you're excited about working on that. Mostly we just want someone wonderful Are you.... - into collective living - not slovenly in your current home environment - a good communicator - comfy with queer and trans folks - good with a cat in residence but otherwise pet free - into nature, plants, and tea - cynical of present and future - clear-eyed about patriarchy bullshit Then maybe you should live with us? Or your friend should live with us? Or your friend of a friend?Rent is $287, plus utilities and $50 a month towards food. We're on the near west side.
I am leaving my beautiful bedroom in a 2-bedroom apartment in Washington Heights!Sara Charme-Zane whom you'd be living with, is really wonderful and a good housemate, and I'll miss living with her. (A good recommendation, I think.)Here's her description of herself: I am a middle school teacher who works at a public school in the neighborhood. I am a bike-riding, book-reading, plant-loving, tea brewer with a background in visual art. I am looking for a a quiet, considerate, queer-friendly housemate would be around for eating dinner together, going on adventures, doing projects or hanging out from time to time.The room has two huge windows, one facing north and one facing west and gets amazing light. There is a small bathroom to share, full bath, full kitchen with more mugs that anyone knows what to do with. Location is super convenient. We are down the block from the 163 C and a five minute walk from the 157 1 line. Ten minute walk from Presbyterian Hospital. Down the block is the Jumel Mansion and Gardens, which are beautiful. Easy access to the Greenway on the Hudson. Good bike path up and down St. Nicholas. 24 hr laundry and dry cleaners (separately) across the street. C town grocery store also across the street next to the Public Library!Please get in touch if you are interested and we can meet to talk about it! I'm flexible about when I move out, but pretty soon is preferable.
Hello!I recently decided to take a job in DC and I'm looking to move into a place at the end of September (possibly earlier). I'm hoping to find housing for $1000/month or less, and I'd love to live in Columbia Heights, Adams Morgan, or Shaw (although open to other neighborhoods!). Looking for housing is overwhelming so let me know if you have ideas/places in mind, or if you know anyone who's in the same boat!Thanks,Mollymollyzbrand@gmail.com
Hi !I am a recent grad and will be moving to NYC at the end of this August. I am looking for a place to rent in NYC (ideally Mahattan, but also open to DUMBO, Brooklyn heights) for at least a year. My budget is around $1500-1600/mo. I would love to find obies/alumi who are in the similar situation to share a 2 or 3-bedroom apartment. Please contact me at email@example.com or 773-240-9925 for more details if you are interested. Cheers,Yuran
My husband and I are driving to Oberlin on Sat, Aug 29th in order to bring my son and daughter's bike and other stuff. (They are taking the bus ahead earlier.) We are looking for someone who may need a ride and can share in the gas and car rental expense. We will have room for one bike on the bike rack and two passengers. We will return to Brooklyn the next day in case someone wants a return trip.
Hi all! My friend Hannah and I are looking for a 3rd roommate for an apartment in Crown Heights, starting September 1st. We're currently in the application process for an amazing place right by Prospect Park. That place would be $940 a month, and you'd have a huge bedroom with its own bathroom. I graduated in 2014 (doing creative writing and history) and am moving to New York to work with a podcast there. Hannah works in a law office. We're both laid back, clean people, and I'm also really tall so I can reach anything you might need on a high shelf.It'd be amazing to live with another Obie. Definitely get in touch if you or someone you know is interested, or even if you just want more information.Have the loveliest rest of your day!Kaylee
Hello everyone! I'm in alum in DC who has been storing my friend (current student)'s stuff in my house, and have to get it back to him somehow. If you would have space in your car to transport his stuff, could you help us out and give it a ride? I can drive the stuff over to wherever you are. We'd obviously throw you a bit of money. It would be one large, not super large, suitcase, a canvas shopping bag sized bag with some books and stuff in it, a clarinet, and a suit bag.Thanks in advance!
My company, Diversion Books, is looking to hire an assistant to the vice president in New York. I've been here as a production assistant for over a year and it's been a great place to work straight out of college, with a close-knit office environment and lots of opportunities for hands-on experience. The job description is below, and the full listing is here: http://www.bookjobs.com/view-job/24398778------Diversion Books, a fast-paced, innovative indie publisher, is seeking a dynamic and self-starting individual to join the team as an assistant to the vice president. Our small staff is enthusiastic, rigorous, and dedicated to the world of books and we are hoping for an A+ multi-tasker and team player that brings enthusiasm, incredible organization, a passion for great books, and unique vision to the workplace. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with the executive staff and will be engaged in all things related to business operations and development. What we're looking for: • A bachelor's degree • A great personality with the ability to confidently communicate at all levels • Interest in business management and business development • A self-starter with a keen eye for detail and planning Responsibilities Include: • General assistance the vice president and executive team, including scheduling, correspondence, and project tracking • Some administrative duties • Assistance with business systems and operationsThe successful candidate must have the following skills: • Ability to multitask and coordinate multiple projects at once in a fast-paced environment; must be able to maintain a high level of responsibility; strong attention to detail and follow-through a must • Excellent organization and project planning skills with flexibility and openness to new ideas • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a tight-knit team • Excellent command of Microsoft Office • Excellent mathematical and problem-solving skills • Some familiarity with the publishing industry a plus • Familiarity with Quickbooks a plusSubmit cover letter and resume to Mary Cummings (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line: Publishing Assistant Application
I'm a 2006 Oberlin grad moving to Denver in October for a 7-month web development program. My program is on Blake Street downtown. Looking for a dog-friendly room or apartment within 30-min walking distance of school and trying to keep my rent in the student-friendly price range. I come with my 5-month-old Golden Retriever puppy, crate-trained, and on her way to being certified as a therapy dog. I have a graduate degree in religion and a largely nonprofit background. Grateful for any leads or tips. Thrilled to be headed to Denver!
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