Off-Campus Job Opportunities
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The Office of Student Financial Services advises students to use good judgment when submitting applications. Please be aware of the potential for online job scams. Never accept a job that requires depositing checks into your account or wiring portions to other individuals or accounts. Reputable employers will never ask you to send funds through any means or ask you to purchase equipment as a precondition of employment. Please contact our office immediately to report suspicious behavior.
International students on F or J visa's are NOT eligible for these positions.
Lizzy's Ice Cream
The Dog Retreat & Spa - Part Time and Full Time Opportunities
IF YOU WANT TO WORK FOR A PLACE THAT ACTUALLY CARES ABOUT THEIR EMPLOYEES , TREATS THEM WITH RESPECT AND IS TRUE TO WHAT THEY SAY THEN YOU WANT TO WORK FOR US....CALL US, COME MEET WITH OUR TEAM AND SEE WHAT WE'RE ABOUT. SEE WHAT A QUALITY DOG DAYCARE HAS TO OFFER.
We really care about the dogs, as it should be. WE ARE THE BEST DOG DAYCARE IN THE AREA AND WE WANT PEOPLE WITH CHARACTER ONLY! TAKING CARE OF OUR CLIENTS DOGS IS SERIOUS BUSINESS FOR US.
Pack Leader (aka Dog Daycare attendant) Best Daycare in the area! join our amazing team of people and see where the position takes you. We're worth the visit. If you think you want to work with dogs, then we're the place for you. Clean, lots of staff to support you, we offer training and so much more, CHECK us out on Instagram, & google!
Currently looking for both full-time & part-time staff, experience is a plus however, (No experience needed)
Come play with us! Do something you love in the Fall. If you love dogs and are looking for a great work environment, Reach out to us.....Read our reviews, We're growing because the level of service we offer our clients.
We provide, on-site training that is usually completed in six weeks to 3 months, which focuses on Dog Body Language, Dog Communications, Group play and mental enrichment. We provide great benefits, Health, Dental & Vision insurance, 401K plan, PTO and more.
We proudly employ a team of A+ PLAYERS. Are you one?
- Never late to work
- Thrives under pressure
- Likes to give and receive feedback
- Team player, but can confidently work alone
- Able to pass a background check and drug test
- Able to be physically active from beginning to end of shift
- Can work without their cellphone
- Can work some weekends/holidays
- Likes to have FUN while they work!
- Detail oriented
- Dog lover
- Thinks that complaining, negativity, and drama are the worst sounds on earth
- Amazing attitude
- Communicates clearly and honestly
Below are some of the daily tasks and traits we're looking for in all our staff members.
- Enjoy spending time with dogs is a must
- Must be able to stand on your feet while caring for dogs. (we offer special stress reducing flooring)
- Must be willing to clean (we provide advanced cleaning system)
- Must be willing to work flexible schedule incl: Evening, weekends and possible overnights.
- Must be comfortable with dogs of all sizes. (Training helps with this)
- Must be a team player, we have a great staff and we're looking for positive, hardworking team players
- Willing to learn
- Strong communication skills
- Must be at least 18 years old
We strive to have a drama free environment; it's about enjoying being at work and the pride we take in caring for the dogs.
Pay is based on experience and ranges from $15 to $17/hr
Cashier — Prospect Cafe and Pizzeria
Looking for part-time help for evening shift Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday; 4 – 9 p.m. for the summer.
- Greet and assist customers with orders. Place orders on POS system via grub hub, phone or fax.
- Maintain your section clean and stocked.
- Bag all food for pick up orders.
Prospect Cafe and Pizzeria
Waltham, MA 02453
Mister Monut — A New Mochi Donut Shop on Main Street in Waltham
We are looking for a Store Manager for a brand new, fast-paced bakery concept in the city of Waltham. We will be serving Mochi Donuts and Kroffles, primarily, with an expanding offering of other asian themed deserts. Prior restaurant/food service experience is required. We have yet to open and are looking for you to start beforehand to train and onboard new employees to ensure the best possible customer experience.\
Excellent customer service is a must.
Hard work will be required, but the rewards will be substantial. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with resume and availability
Hiring for all positions and part / full-time shifts.
No experience required; we will train you.
Looking for candidates with a great attitude who want to provide excellent customer service.
Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday and Thursday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Fulfill in-store and online orders.
Make mochi donuts and other Asia- themed desserts.
Keep the store clean and presentable.
Desai Foundation — Program Intern
Part time: 20 hours / week; Monday to Friday
- Location: Woburn, Massachusetts
- Job type: Internship (one-year commitment)
- Salary: $15 per hour
- To apply: Email cover letter and resum.
About The Desai Foundation
The Desai Foundation’s vision is a world in which everyone, no matter their circumstances, can
create the life they want to lead. To realize this vision — our own dream for the world — we work
with local leaders to elevate the health and livelihood of underserved communities, serving
women and children in India and the United States in particular. For 25 years, The Desai
Foundation, a robust 501(c)(3) non-profit programmatic organization with offices in Boston,
Massachusetts, and Navsari, Gujarat, has provided a strong foundation of health and livelihood
programming opportunities upon which communities can rise with dignity.
The Desai Foundation seeks a high-energy and detail-oriented person to join the organization as a Program Intern. Reporting to senior staff and working collaboratively with other team members, the Program Intern will work on various tasks to further the ideals and mission of The
The ideal individual will be passionate and enthusiastic about philanthropic services; will be
creative, organized, and results driven; will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a
variety of situations; will have strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and
organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a balance among multiple priorities. The ability to
work independently on projects, work under pressure, and deal with confidential matters with
discretion is essential. Data entry and CRM experience is a plus.
Assist with administration of programs and support all activities including, but not limited to, data entry, research, preparation of documents and presentations, meeting planning,and internal and external communications
Attend and assist with all programs and events
General office administration and office support
Other tasks as assigned
- Recent college graduate or currently enrolled college student
- Proficient computer and social media skills, virtual meeting platforms, Google Suite, Microsoft Suite, online research, data entry
- Excellent oral and written communication
- Proven organizational and time management skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team
- Ability to handle and prioritize multiple assignments
- Excellent attention to detail
- Positive attitude and eager to learn
Babysitter — Tuesday and Every Other Thursday
Looking for a responsible babysitter with a clean driving record for my sweet, energetic 5-year-old son. He will need to be picked up at the Stanley Elementary School at 2:15 p.m. Tuesdays and every other Thursday. I will provide a calendar of dates for clarification. I will need the sitter to bring him to our house in Waltham and babysit until about 4:30 p.m.
I will also provide a car seat.
Willing to pay $20-25 per hour, barring qualifications.
Please email Caroline Kurman or call 617-319-5348 if you have any questions about the position or to apply.
Are you interested in walking a dog who lives close to campus three to five times/week? Zoey, a part-poodle, 26-pound 2-year-ld puppy, lives two blocks away, just beyond the Brandeis Grad dorm.
Pay will be $20/walk.
If you are interested, please email Professor Marya Levenson. Please email from your Brandeis email address.
NEHA — Afternoon Part-Time 4th-Grade Secular Studies Teacher
New England Hebrew Academy is looking for a 4th-grade part-time afternoon secular studies teacher for a boys' class. Currently, there are 11 amazing boys in the class. Fourth-grade curriculum can be provided, or you can create your own. (lots of flexibility). The setting is a an orthodox religious day school in Brookline.
ASAP, 2022-2023 school year
9 Prescott St., Brookline, MA 02446
- Monday – Thursday: 12-4 p.m.*
- Friday: Hours fluctuate
- February: 11:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.*
- March: 11:15 a.m. – 2 p.m.*
- April -June: 12 – 3 p.m.*
Schedule two parent teacher conferences in the evening in person at the school (Zoom possible if extenuating circumstances): One in December and one in March/April.
- Teaching license (can be from any state or internationally)
- Work permit, ability to work in the United States, have a Social Security number or working towards it.
- Fluent in English.
- Five personal days.
- Position has the potential to become a full-time position next year.
Salary$20k-$35K commensurate with education and experience.
- Call 617-731-5330.
- Email the NEHA office.
Consumer Specialist (FWS or Internship)
Position Title: Consumer Specialist (FWS or Internship)
Reports to: Director of Community Dispute Resolution, MetroWest Mediation Services
Location: MetroWest Mediation Services, 220 N. Main St. #106, Natick, MA 01760
Hours Desired: 6-12 hrs/week, 2 non-consecutive days; Monday and/or Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (some flexibility) at our office in Natick. Additional hours could be remote for the right candidate.
Interested candidates should email a resume and brief cover letter to Eric Greene, Director of Community Dispute Resolution.
Position and Summary
The MetroWest Mediation Services Local Consumer Program (LCP) is a program designed to effectively resolve consumer complaints with businesses. We are a part of a statewide network of LCPs who work in cooperation with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. We provide free and voluntary resolution services on behalf of consumers when they have a dispute or problem with a business. We also provide consumer protection information and resources to enrich the community. The work-study student will be a Consumer Specialist.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
- Consumer Specialists are responsible for a caseload of consumer complaints received from the Attorney General’s Office, typically between 5-20 cases at any given time.
- Conduct consumer assistance and dispute resolution services on the telephone to resolve individual consumer complaints
- Monitoring/responding to correspondences sent from either consumer or business, including any other agencies involved.
- Keep detailed case notes immediately and contemporaneously as each case progresses.
- Provide consumer information, resources, education and assistance to the public, referrals to legal aid resources and or governmental agencies.
- Update the OnBase database of assigned cases daily
- Check for newly assigned cases every work day
- Research business background and applicable local, state and federal laws for each case
- Additional tasks as needed
- Commitment to a schedule of at least 8 hours/week over 2 non-consecutive days
- Keep an accurate record of your hours and sign in/out for each time period worked
- Follow through with scheduled hours and give advance notice if you must be absent or away on scheduled work days
- Follow all MetroWest Confidentiality and Security Protocol policies and AGO requirements
- Ensure timely follow-up to all inquiries and meetings
- Dress in appropriate office attire and be punctual
- Positive attitude
- Willingness to learn
- Interest in the field of dispute resolution
- Curious and non-judgmental
- Career oriented with a good sense of how acquired skills could be used in service of future goals
- Salary Range: $15 per hour for FWS or academic credit for interns
Synagogue Teaching Positions — Belmont, MA
Are you interested in Jewish education? Do you enjoy working with young families, elementary and middle school students? We’d love to meet you!
Beth El Temple Center, a Reform congregation in Belmont, Massachusetts, is currently hiring for the 2022-23 school year.
Why work at Beth El Temple Center?
- Teachers enjoy a supportive, professional teaching environment with paid professional development sessions and competitive salaries.
- We are located at 2 Concord Ave., Belmont, just across the border from Cambridge, easily accessible by public transportation.
- Great experience for undergraduate/graduate students anticipating future careers in Judaism, education and/or special needs.
- Positions fit nicely with a school or work schedule.
- We are currently hiring teachers for grades Pre-School through sixth grade.
- Hours are 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. Sundays and/or 4 – 6 p.m. Wednesdays.
Email your resume to Joan Perlman or Rabbi Sandi Intraub.
Beth El Temple Center
2 Concord Ave
Belmont, MA 02478
(617) 484-6668 x311
After School and Early Childhood Program Assistant Teachers
Schechter Boston (located in Newton) is looking for students to be assistant teachers in our After School and Early Childhood Programs.
After School Program
Energetic, playful and charismatic students needed to lead group activities and games with students in PreK-Grade 3 or Grade 4-6. Engage directly with students after the school day is over, foster creativity through hands-on activities.
Early Childhood Program
Warm and caring students needed to engage our smallest students (ages 15 mos-4 yrs) in play-based learning and hands-on activities.
- After School Program: 2:30 – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday
- Early Childhood Program: 12 – 6 p.m. or 3 – 6 p.m. Monday-Friday
- Students do not have to be available every day; one to three days per week is preferred.
If you are interested in a position, email your resume.
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