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At SALA, we offer a wide variety of rewarding job opportunities for student workers. They add up to over $250,000 in academic assistantships annually. We employ students in the following areas:
workshop and fabrication
design and digital media
SALA will be hosting “Firm Handshake”, a professional development event for students on January 22, 2020. The event will give students an opportunity to network with professional firms.
Supervisor: Tara Deans
Event Assistant – 2 open positions
Start/End Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 5PM-9PM
Up to 4 hours max at $18.79/hr
OVERVIEW OF DUTIES
Set-up and take down (including moving tables and some lifting) of event, serve wine, and assist with organizing and guiding students.
Must be a current SALA student. Serving It Right certificate required.
HOW TO APPLY
Send short statement of interest (including any previous relevant experience) to email@example.com
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Posted December 16, 2019
Reminder: If you have been a Teaching Assistant and have preferred candidacy, you must apply in order to be considered for any subsequent Teaching Assistant position.
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Before you apply:
- Ensure that you do not have any scheduling conflicts and that your academic load will allow you to fulfill the duties required
- Check your eligibility to work at UBC
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