Off-Campus Job Opportunities
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International students on F or J visa's are NOT eligible for these positions.
Regular Friday Nanny for One Toddler
Babysitter for Monday nights from January to May
I'm looking for a babysitter for my two kids (6 & 8) on Mondays from 5:45 to 8:15pm, Jan. 15-May 7, 2018. Rate is $20/hour.
Must have a car and be able to drive.
Duties consist of the following:
- Pick up my kids from their after school program in North Waltham at 5:45pm
- Drive my kids home (5 minutes from the school/after school program)
- Prep dinner for the kids (boxed mac & cheese or PB&J sandwiches are fine)
- Make sure kids finish their homework, prepare for bedtime and are in bed by 8pm
We are looking for some childcare help starting in early February (ASAP) for our 3-year-old boy/girl twins. We live in south Waltham right next to Brandeis. Primary responsibilities would include pickup from preschool on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and meal prep/clean up (4-6pm) as well as additional hours on Friday morning/afternoon.
Total dedicated hours per week is 10 with the option of additional ones on the weekend/date nights.
A car is required and valid drivers license and clean driving record.
Pay rate is $15-20/hour depending on previous experience with twins and toddlers.
Please let us know if you think you may be a good fit for our family, and if so we would be interested in meeting with you for an interview. Thank you!
I can be reached at email@example.com.
Wayland family seeking part-time childcare for 3 young girls (5, 2.5 and 7 mo old). Ideal hours are T/W/Th 12:00-4:00, but can be somewhat flexible if needed and hours can be increased or decreased based on availability.
Must be non-smoking and have own transportation.
Must have experience with infants and working with multiple children.
Position can start immediately or within couple of months. Can be year-round or school year only.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular Babysitter Needed - W. Newton
I am looking for an experienced sitter on Thursday mornings for my 20 month old son from about 10:00 am-1pm starting Thursday January 18th through the beginning of May.
$15/hour. References and experience preferred. No smoking. Own transportation required.
please email email@example.com
Tuesday (and possibly Thursday) afternoon sitter
We are looking for a responsible, experienced and engaging sitter to watch our 7 year old son and 9 year old daughter on Tuesday afternoons (and Thursdays too if you're available). It would involve getting them off the bus at our house in Weston (near Weston town center) at about 2:45 and watching them until about 6:00.
They will occasionally have an activity or play date in town and may need to get picked up from that or from school, which is just about a mile away. Because they don't have sports right after school these two afternoons, they enjoy their down time and usually will just play board games, work on arts and crafts projects and play outside or ride bikes when the weather allows.
The pay is $20/hour. We would like someone to begin January 23rd. Please contact me if you are available and interested firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for someone to drive our six year old home from school on Mondays at three. Drive is about 25 minutes. School is in Oak Hill neighborhood of Newton, and we live in West Newton. Will pay competitively. Can offer additional babysitting hours if desired. We will provide the booster seat. Thanks! email@example.com
three blocks from Central Square commuter rail (and bus) station in Waltham
$20/hour, probably 2 hour job
need to have done as soon as possible
Looking for an energitic, patient and caring tutor for a third grader who needs help catching up on reading, writing and math. The tutor should have strong math skills and be able to come to our home in Waltham.
This job is for 4 hours per week and pays $12.50 per hour.
Please contact Elvira at 857-453-0900
Host/HostessOsteria Posto 99 3rd Avenue Waltham, MA
Osteria Posto is a fine dining Italian restaurant located near Totten Pond Road. We are looking for a full-time, part-time, and seasonal host/hostess to join our team.
Our restaurant opens for dinner service Monday - Saturday at 5:00 PM and our kitchen closes at 10:00 PM; we close at 9:00 PM on Sundays.
- Making and confirming reservations
- Greeting guests in a polite,professional manner
- Updating the dinner and cocktail menu as needed
- Managing guest coat check
- General cleanliness of the host area
Hours are flexible and compensation begins at $14.00 / hour.
Temporary Holiday Hours available starting Monday November 27th ending December 22nd from 10am -2pm, great way to earn extra $$$
If interested, please come in and ask for an application, or email Amanda Girginis, General Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.osteriaposto.com/
Cashier - Prospect Cafe
Greet and assist customers In person, over the phone and via fax orders. Input all food order into the computer using a POS system. Prepare all food to be picked up and bagged for delivery orders. Other responsibilities include keeping your section clean, prepping your post, and attending to all customers in the dining area.
Please email email@example.com or call 617-913-7119Prospect Cafe 137 prospect street Waltham, MA
Start time is 7 am sharp, work until the job is complete. Work weeks are 45-55 hours per week at full time, less at part time status. With no experience the starting rate is 15.00 per hour.
You will be preforming general landscape tasks. We have a great team, fun teammates, very diverse and very progressive. We are a well know and well respected company that has been in business for almost 25 years!
Location: Needham, MA
Financial Services Company located in Needham, MA is looking for part-time administrative help. The office environment is friendly, business casual, and has free coffee and snacks.
We are looking for an administrative assistant to come in 15-25 hours a week during regular business hours (the schedule is flexible). The ideal candidate will be pursuing a graduate degree.
• Performing general administrative duties as needed for all members of the office;
• Preparation and assembly of marketing materials;
• Scheduling calls and meetings;
• Updating and maintaining the company’s contact database in Microsoft Outlook;
• Greeting visitors in a professional and courteous manner;
• Other duties, as assigned.
The candidate must be proficient using Windows and Microsoft Office applications including Outlook. Additionally, the person will have a pleasant phone manner and be able to interface with a broad variety of people. The candidate must have reliable transportation.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as a list of days and times that you are available to work during the week. There are no benefits provided with this position.
Thank you for your interest. Only those candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
A/V Specialist needed. Please send a resume to Ari Perten.
Summer job at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires, a conservative Jewish summer camp. Vibrant, warm summer camp in lower Dutchess county, Wingdale, NY.
Responsibilities include and are not limited to: set up, break down, design, mixing of all camp performances and events, operation of lighting equipment for small scale theatre performance, set up, break down, transportation of projectors. Average weekley performances: one theatre show, one outdoor performance, two inside small band performances, some projections. Additional 4 large-scale sound system events. Some training and support provided.
Salary and employment inquiries - contact Rabbi Ari Perten, email@example.com
Seeking native US English speakers for a multi-day, multi-session voice recording project in Waltham.
Sessions take an hour at the most. Usually about 45 minutes.
Pay: $275 in Amazon gift codes.
Please don't sign up if you're not 100% certain you can do all the sessions within the following time frame:
Sessions 1 and 2: Occur on the same day, with at least 3 hours between start of 1st session and start of 2nd session. For example if your first session is at 10 AM your second session can be at 1 PM or later that day.
Session 3: 3 to 6 days after session 1.
Session 4: 7 to 10 days after session 1.
Session 5: 14 to 20 days after session 1.
Recordings are very simple and consist of reading approximately 180 short sentences into a microphone, as though you were giving commands to your phone. We may ask you to repeat some sentences depending on external noise, missed words, etc.
Pay: $275 in Amazon gift codes immediately on completion of session 5.
please eamil firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline Feb. 10
Retired Prof. Janet Z Giele needs an undergraduate or graduate student research assistant to edit 50 interview transcripts from her study of college educated women’s life patterns. The work requires careful and meticulous editing of the transcripts to mask the identity of the respondents. This entails substitution of meaningful pseudonyms for actual names of the respondents and their relatives, their place of origin and current residence, colleges and universities they attended, occupation, and special honors and other forms of recognition. Each interview takes between two and three hours to edit and substitute the pseudonyms in a Word document.
At the outset, this work will require several hours of training by Prof. Giele. The work can be done in any convenient location with a computer and Internet connection. Periodic meetings with Prof. Giele can take place in her office in Golding 19.
Hours and pay. Number and schedule of hours are flexible. It would be desirable if the RA can work between 5 and 10 hours per week at the rate of $11 per hour.
Qualifications. A background in one of the social sciences, an interest in qualitative research, and some background in women’s studies would be desirable but not necessarily required.
please email email@example.com
I am asking for photographs and preferably a quick interview. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In general beyond that week, i am looking for a wide variety of students who would be available for short term work.
The job is in a professional studio on Moody St. please see www.kellycarmody.com to view my work.
Dates: June 25 - August 10, 2018 (Program dates may shift slightly. There is some flexibility to extend for funding sources that require more hours)
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Compensation: The CitySprouts Summer Fellowship is an unpaid position
Reporting to: Program Manager
CitySprouts is a non-profit school garden program that works with public schools to build capacity to integrate the school garden into teachers’ curriculum and the school culture. CitySprouts partners with 23 public schools in Cambridge and Boston, MA. Our Middle School Program consists of both afterschool and summer programming with a goal to make the experience of garden-based learning accessible to all young people.
CitySprouts’ Summer Program is based in Cambridge and Boston and provides 100 youth (ages 11-14) with hands-on learning through growing, harvesting, preparing and eating healthy food in an urban garden. With an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the summer program fosters a strong connection to their natural urban environment through working and learning in the garden.
CitySprouts is seeking, energetic, diverse, and outgoing college students* to provide essential support to the Summer Program. We expect to accept approximately 10 CitySprouts Summer Fellows for seven weeks during the summer of 2018. CitySprouts Summer Fellows can expect a significant learning opportunity as well as opportunities for career exploration. Summer Fellows work in pairs, directly with a CitySprouts Garden Coordinator and will also:
Receive training in:
Teaching about food and the environment
Managing youth groups in an outdoor setting
Building relationships with and teaching middle school youth
Participate in weekly staff meetings
Collaborate with a garden maintenance team as stewards for multiple school gardens
Engage in daily lesson and activity planning in inquiry and project-based curriculum.
Help build youth’s STEM, social-emotional, gardening, and cooking skills
The CitySprouts Summer Fellowship is an opportunity for interested applicants to gain first-hand experience working in the heart of a growing nonprofit organization. Summer Fellows will be given significant responsibility toward making the summer program a successful experience for all participants, as well as in representing CitySprouts to young people, families and the larger community. All members of CitySprouts staff, including Fellows, are expected to uphold the following expectations:
Be curious, open and willing to try new things
Express enthusiasm for the CitySprouts program in the garden, in the neighborhood and on field trips
Approach the physical labor of garden maintenance with energy and a positive attitude
Stay mindful of the impact adults have on young people and foster a positive & respectful relationship between youth, other Fellows and CitySprouts staff.
We expect Fellows and staff to be thoughtful and reflective about how their own identities affect interactions with youth and each other.
Have a transportation plan. Not all of our sites are walkable to main lines of public transportation, and fellows are expected to move among sites within the work day. We find that fellows who have access to a vehicle (either a bicycle or a car) are happiest during the summer. We expect fellows to think through their transportation plan before the start of the summer.
Summer Fellow Responsibilities:
Youth Development and Education
Assist the Garden Coordinator in teaching a team of summer middle school interns about growing food, garden care, healthy cooking, science of the garden, food justice, community service, and the natural environment
Work with the Garden Coordinator to plan inquiry and project based activities and lessons for interns related to the above topics
Mentor middle school youth and encourage their leadership skills
Chaperone youth on field trips to local farms, food pantries and grocery stores
Urban Agricultural Skills
Work as part of an afternoon garden maintenance crew, perform routine tasks such as watering, weeding, harvesting and planting
Complete special garden maintenance and construction projects with garden crew
Cooking and Food
Responsible for pantry inventory at summer internship site
Responsible for overseeing and maintaining safety during youth meal preparation
Fellows are central to our summer staffing and the success of our summer youth program, so we ask for a commitment to the full seven-week time period.
The CitySprouts Summer Fellowship is an unpaid position. We ask all Fellows to either secure funding through their school’s service learning & career center or receive Internship credits from their college or university. We do not provide housing. If funding for the summer is an issue please contact us about potential resources.
Please respond to the following questions/prompts in no more than a page
(The cost of living for 2 months in the greater Boston area is approximately $2,500) In this unpaid internship, my funding or Internship credits will be coming from...
The experience I bring to this internship will be...
The skills and experience I hope to gain include...
Please include two references that can speak to your work or school experience.
*In our experience, this position has worked best for college students because they can access a funding and support system that allows them to participate in a demanding full time experience for 9-weeks without pay. However, if a qualified candidate who is not currently enrolled in college can give compelling evidence that they will be able to complete the fellowship without that support, we will gladly consider them.
Please send one page application & resume to email@example.com Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with preference given to those received before March 15, 2018