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Job Title:

Information Technology Support Specialist

Job ID:

8942

Job Description:

The Information Technology Support Specialist will provide direct technical assistance and support to TDAC staff for network, hardware and software issues. Duties include installing and maintaining computer systems including software and hardware on desktops and laptops, resolving internet and network access issues (both wired and wireless), providing network printer support, meeting with staff to provide one-on-one technical assistance as needed/requested, providing training to staff on software and hardware use, determining causes of computer/software/network malfunctions through evaluation and testing and resolution via modifications, repair, or external support assistance. Performs administrative assignments as assigned. The student is expected to manage technologies/equipment, research, analyses, publications, instruction, or other special projects or activities of significant scope.

Special Notes:

Total Student Workforce –
One student from UNC-CH.
Wages –
Pay level 4 at $13.00 per hour.
Time and Term of Employment –
10-hours per week for 10-week duration.
Additional Documentation – We must have a copy of your Articles of Incorporation and your 501(C) Tax Exempt letter. This information must be provided each year in order to ensure compliance with program guidelines. Only one copy of this documentation is required regardless of the number of job postings requested.

Job Contact:

Timothy Miles, timothy.miles@triangledac.org, (919) 245-4337

 

Job Title:

Admin/Asst Research Grant Writer

Job ID:

8942

Job Description:

The Admin/ASSt Research Grant Writer serves in a key role to provide advice, writing the proposal in
collaboration with directors, and a full range of substantive editing on education and training research
proposals, manuscripts, and other written products. Grant Writer function will be to gather documentation
and fulfill the necessary requirements of various funding bodies to formally seek funding on behalf of the
University. The Grant Writer will prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research. To develop
their proposals, grant writers familiarize themselves with an organization’s programs, goals and financial
needs. They also look into potential funding sources. After compiling all the information they need, grant
writers compose and send their proposals.

Special Notes:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The incumbent is responsible for supporting writing for grant applications (to federal funding agencies,
non-profit funding organizations, and foundations, as well as university intramural opportunities). They will
participate in writing, editing, proof-reading, and formatting grant proposals for peer review.
The Research Grant Writer serves in a key role to provide advising, writing, and a full range of
substantive editing on scientific research proposals, manuscripts, and other written products.
The incumbent will contribute to the success of the research enterprise by helping faculty write successful
new and continuation research grant applications to Federal and other funding agencies.
The incumbent will support the advancement of the CAS faculty by helping edit and prepare their
scientific manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals; and support the CAS faculty promotional
efforts by copy-editing, marketing and research communications authorized by the CAS marketing team.
Other duties as assigned.

Total Student Workforce –
One student from UNC-CH

Wages – Pay level 1, 2, 3, or 4 (as indicated on your job description).
Level 4 at $18.00 per hour

Time and Term of Employment –
10-hours per week for 10-week duration

Additional Documentation – We must have a copy of your Articles of Incorporation and your 501(C)
Tax Exempt letter. This information must be provided each year in order to ensure compliance with program
guidelines. Only one copy of this documentation is required regardless of the number of job postings requested.

Job Contact:

Timothy Miles, timothy.miles@triangledac.org, (919) 245-4337

 

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Job Title:

Student Affairs Assistant

Job ID:

8619

Job Description:

Become an integral part of a dynamic team in the School of Nursing. Assist with special events, data coding, compiling data, and data entry. Looking for candidates with customer service experience and/or previous office experience. Student employee must demonstrate the ability to learn new tasks and work independently with moderate or limited supervision.

Special Notes:

Flexible hours between 8:30-5:00. If you can only fit in a few hours, we can likely work with that.

Job Contact:

Lily Aussieker, auslily@unc.edu, (919) 966-4260

 

Job Title:

Social Media Intern

Job ID:

10486

Job Description:

Want to get paid to talk about Carolina? Join the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as a social media intern.

We’re looking for a Carolina student to help recruit the next class of students to UNC-Chapel Hill. If you’re a creative person who enjoys building engaging social media content, we hope you’ll apply.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, create, and post engaging social content that tells the story of Carolina and its community.
  • Interact with followers, promptly answer questions, respond to comments and DMs.
  • Work with full-time staff to develop innovative and effective ways to recruit talented students.
  • Maintain consistent voice and tone, adhere to brand guidelines, and follow best practices related to digital accessibility.
  • Monitor analytics across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, keep an eye on trends, and consider ways to improve our social media presence.
  • Attend required meetings and trainings. If desired and time allows, there may be opportunities to cross-train in other areas to support recruitment efforts (i.e. warmly welcome guests to the University, make telephone calls, and other administrative duties as assigned.)

Special Notes:

Preferred skills (one or more of the following):

  • Experience shooting and editing compelling video and photo content
  • Graphic design skills, including proficiency in creative programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and/or Canva
  • Familiarity with web analytics and social media monitoring tools

Job Contact:

Tanairi Rodriguez, tana@unc.edu, (919) 966-3621

 

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