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-- None -- Office Assistant HED 101 Rayann Bounds and Vicki Peterson (208)769-3433 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Updating Curriculum Council Binders, filing, labeling, copying, and other generic office duties as assigned.  
Qualifications:  Basic understanding of office procedures.  Desired qualifications would include ability to file, copy, label, ability to use Microsoft Office, follow directions, and be responsible in a professional office.  
Length of Employment:  FY 2014-2015
Description:  Clerical and office support.  

-- None -- Shop Assistant Off Campus 1401 Fruitdale Ave, CDA 83815 Calvin DeHaas (208) 699-3988 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Clean and organize the collision repair lab. 
Qualifications:  Must be a collision repair student.    
Length of Employment:  August - May
Description:  Collision Repair shop organization. 

Admissions Office Admissions Assistant LKH 105 Jessica DeWitt 208-769-3311 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Office type tasks including, but not limited to the following: Greeting students, assisting with mailings, filing, answering phones, data entry and special projects.
Qualifications:  Maintain professional standards when representing North Idaho College.  Remain in good academic standing.  Friendly and willingness to learn.  Prior office experience and knowledge of NIC, its programs and activities preferred.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Office type tasks including, but not limited to the following: Greeting students, assisting with mailings, filing, answering phones, data entry and special projects.

Athletics Equipment Room Assistant GYM Kelsey Stanley kjstanley@nic.edu $8.25
Responsibilities:  Making sure laundry is done, cleaning and sweeping equipment room, sweeping spin room, sweeping gym floor and cleaning and folding towels.
Qualifications:  Hard working
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Making sure laundry is done, cleaning and sweeping equipment room, sweeping spin room, sweeping gym floor and cleaning and folding towels.

Athletics Game Manager GYM Kelsey Stanley kjstanley@nic.edu $8.25
Responsibilities:  Attending North Idaho College Athletic sporting events when needed, sweeping the gym floor before and after games, locking and unlocking locker rooms for the visiting teams, taking tickets and being flexible with where you are needed.
Qualifications:  Personable, good with counting money and hard working.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Attending North Idaho College Athletic sporting events when needed, sweeping the gym floor before and after games, locking and unlocking locker rooms for the visiting teams, taking tickets and being flexible with where you are needed.

Auxiliary Enterprises Field/Game Management Coeur d'Alene Don Don Williams 208-769-7879 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Working on softball field. Duties include raking, prepping bases, lining field, putting fence up and down, cleaning shed, dragging field. Game management include keeping the score board, running music, shagging foul balls, prepping field before, in between games, and after games.
Qualifications:  Must be physically able to rake and lift heavy objects up to 50 pounds. Must be able to work outside in all weather conditions.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Working on softball field. Duties include raking, prepping bases, lining field, putting fence up and down, cleaning shed, dragging field. Game management include keeping the score board, running music, shagging foul balls, prepping field before, in between games, and after games.

Bookstore (Mica Peak Exchange) Cashier/Merchandiser SUB Sheila Johnson sljohnson1282@nic.edu $8.25
Responsibilities:  Cashiering and Merchandising Duties. Student maintains checkout operations by following policies and procedures, maintains a safe and clean working environment and contributes to team effort.
Qualifications:  Cashiering and Merchandising Duties. Student maintains checkout operations by following policies and procedures, maintains a safe and clean working environment and contributes to team effort.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  
Cashiering and Merchandising Duties. Student maintains checkout operations by following policies and procedures, maintains a safe and clean working environment and contributes to team effort.
 
 Applications are available at the bookstore cashier station during store hours (Store Hours: www.bookstore.nic.edu) or you may request an application via e-mail at: sljohnson1282@nic.edu. All applications should be brought in person with a copy of your class schedule to the Mica Peak Bookstore.


Cardinal Card Cardinal Card Program Assistant SUB Katie Akins 208-769-2339 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Responsible for the daily operation of the information desk including cash-handling responsibilities, sales transactions, and a good working knowledge of current and upcoming events. Other duties include issuing parking passes, processing payments for parking tickets, providing campus information including directions, and welcoming guests to the student union. Will make and issue student identification cards, process card replacements, sell gift cards and lanyards, and add funds to student ID cards.Critical skills include the ability to uphold strong customer service standards for dress, greetings, phone calls, and
expedient customer response. This individual will also support emergency response processes as needed by the building coordinator and campus security staff. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility. Some evening and weekend availability is preferred.
Qualifications:  : Possess excellent customer service skills and ability to gain an overall understanding of the operations of the student union and college. Ability to work with challenging customers. Attention to detail; desire to learn and know more about the student union and its daily operations in order to share such information with individuals who seek knowledge. Able to problem solve and apply critical thinking skills in order to provide information to patrons and customers. Must have experience with complex technological systems as well as Excel and Word (or an ability to learn software systems quickly). Capable of ensuring and maintaining confidentiality. Must complete Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) training upon hiring. Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision. Some evening availability is desirable.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Responsible for the daily operation of the information desk including cash-handling responsibilities, sales transactions, and a good working knowledge of current and upcoming events. Other duties include issuing parking passes, processing payments for parking tickets, providing campus information including directions, and welcoming guests to the student union. Will make and issue student identification cards, process card replacements, sell gift cards and lanyards, and add funds to student ID cards.Critical skills include the ability to uphold strong customer service standards for dress, greetings, phone calls, and expedient customer response. This individual will also support emergency response processes as needed by the building coordinator and campus security staff. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility. Some evening and weekend availability is preferred.

Children's Center Classroom Assistant Coeur d'Alene Jessica Geiger 208-769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Interaction and playing with the children as well as clean up and preparation for classroom projects.
Qualifications:  Upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d'Alene is also required and entails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test. Any persons with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d'Alene.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Interaction and playing with the children as well as clean up and preparation for classroom projects.

Children's Center Kitchen Assistant LKC Jessica Geiger 208-769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Kitchen assistant to help our cooks in cleaning (dishes, washing/setting tables, sweeping, and laundry) before and after meal times. There is no food preparation involved.
Qualifications:  Upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d'Alene is also required and entails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test. Any persons with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d'Alene.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Kitchen assistant to help our cooks in cleaning (dishes, washing/setting tables, sweeping, and laundry) before and after meal times. There is no food preparation involved.

Children's Center Office Assistant LKC Jessica Geiger 208-769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  : Filing, copying, general clean up, answering the phone, word processing, data entry, and providing excellent customer service to students, staff, and public.
Qualifications:  Excellent attendance, punctuality, computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.), the ability to multi-task in a dynamic environment. Upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d'Alene is also required and entails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test. Any persons with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d'Alene.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  : Filing, copying, general clean up, answering the phone, word processing, data entry, and providing excellent customer service to students, staff, and public.

College Skills Division Clerical Support LKH 118 Richard King 208-665-4535 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Front desk receptionist duties include answering the phone, word processing, data entry, providing professional customer service to students, staff and the public, processing requests for tutoring, assisting staff with projects as assigned and maintaining a tidy environment.
Qualifications:  Excellent attendance is a must, punctuality, computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.), and the ability to be self-directed and be able to multi-task in a dynamic and fast paced environment.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Front desk receptionist duties include answering the phone, word processing, data entry, providing professional customer service to students, staff and the public, processing requests for tutoring, assisting staff with projects as assigned and maintaining a tidy environment.

Communications and Marketing Social Media Engagement Assistant SHE 104 Stacy Hudson 208-769-7819 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This person will be responsible for engaging students online and offering answers to enrollment/registeration/admissions questions through the NIC social media program “Facebook Fridays.” This will entail four hours of posting engaging posts on the college’s social media pages and then offering constant monitoring during the Facebook Friday timeframe to offer instant responses and engagement to those who participate.
Qualifications:  Understanding of social media etiquette, a personal Facebook page (which is necessary to become an administrator of the college Facebook page, but won’t be used), general understanding of NIC departments and processes.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  This person will be responsible for engaging students online and offering answers to enrollment/registeration/admissions questions through the NIC social media program “Facebook Fridays.” This will entail four hours of posting engaging posts on the college’s social media pages and then offering constant monitoring during the Facebook Friday timeframe to offer instant responses and engagement to those who participate.

Communications and Marketing Video Production Assistant SHE 104 Stacy Hudson 208-769-7819 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This person will be responsible for the editing/composition/production of short video productions intended for use on the college’s website and YouTube channel for promotional purposes.
Qualifications:  Video production skills and experience using some form of video production software is required. Examples of video productions must be provided upon interviewing for this position. Videography and photography skills are also required.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  This person will be responsible for the editing/composition/production of short video productions intended for use on the college’s website and YouTube channel for promotional purposes.

Custodial Services/Facilities Operations Custodial Services Assistant SUB Dodi Rode 208-769-3351 $8.25
Responsibilities:  The Custodial Services Assistant is responsible for the cleanliness of the facility and furnishings under guidance from custodial staff and the operations coordinator. Relays all pertinent information, issues, needs, ideas about cleaning to staff members as appropriate. Completes all daily building rounds as instructed by staff, including special assignments such as floors, windows, and “deep cleaning” as appropriate. Regularly vacuums, cleans glass, empties trash, sweeps, mops, and dusts as needed. Must wear protective equipment, including (at a minimum) closed-toed shoes and gloves when necessary. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility.
Qualifications:  Positive customer service skills; cooperative spirit in working with peers, supervisors, clients, and guests; understanding of, or ability to learn how to apply proper custodial procedures and practices in accordance with NIC’s custodial standard practices and procedures. This position requires the ability to lift 30 pounds, climb ladders, kneel, bend, twist and turn, and work with cleaning products. Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision. Some evening and weekend availability is desirable.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  The Custodial Services Assistant is responsible for the cleanliness of the facility and furnishings under guidance from custodial staff and the operations coordinator. Relays all pertinent information, issues, needs, ideas about cleaning to staff members as appropriate. Completes all daily building rounds as instructed by staff, including special assignments such as floors, windows, and “deep cleaning” as appropriate. Regularly vacuums, cleans glass, empties trash, sweeps, mops, and dusts as needed. Must wear protective equipment, including (at a minimum) closed-toed shoes and gloves when necessary. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility.

Landscape Services/Facilities Operations Landscape Technician LND Christabela Fischer cafischer@nic.edu $8.25
Responsibilities:  Mows, trims and edges lawn areas. Waters lawns, plants, shrubs and flowers beds. Rakes, sweeps and picks up leaves and debris by hand, vacuum or blower. Clears and maintains shrub and flower beds. Installs and repairs sprinklers and other irrigation watering system parts. Uses hand and power tools. Operates mowers, edging tools, trimmers, blowers, golf carts and other landscape equipment. Other duties as assigned
Qualifications:  Dependability, communication skills, ability to follow directions, Flexible work hours to possibly include early morning start times and or weekend schedules, Must enjoy outdoor physical work.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Mows, trims and edges lawn areas. Waters lawns, plants, shrubs and flowers beds. Rakes, sweeps and picks up leaves and debris by hand, vacuum or blower. Clears and maintains shrub and flower beds. Installs and repairs sprinklers and other irrigation watering system parts. Uses hand and power tools. Operates mowers, edging tools, trimmers, blowers, golf carts and other landscape equipment. Other duties as assigned

Library Library Aide MOL Cheryl Carroll 208-769-3269 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with various tasks in circulation.
Qualifications:  Preferred candidates will have abilities in keyboarding and Word.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Assist with various tasks in circulation.

Library Student Computer Lab Assistant MOL 2nd floor Shelley Cobetto 208-769-3380 $8.25
Responsibilities:  The Molstead Student Computer Lab is in need of student consultants, who have basic technology and customer service experience. Students must be dependable, trustworthy and be a team player. The duties of a lab consultant are to assist all patrons with their computer needs, answer phones, keep a clean study/work area and check in/out patrons. You will also be trained in software and hardware troubleshooting techniques along with IVC classroom start-ups. The computer Lab is a Study Zone. Homework is welcomed as long as duties assigned are completed. If you would like more information please contact Shelley Cobetto, Computer Lab Supervisor, 769-3380 or by email Shelley_Cobetto @nic.edu.
Qualifications:  Computer background required. Customer service with a good work ethic a must. Be available for training and staff meetings. Be willing to learn and train on IVC classroom start-ups. Do basic hardware and software troubleshooting when needed. Work well with others.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  The Molstead Student Computer Lab is in need of student consultants, who have basic technology and customer service experience. Students must be dependable, trustworthy and be a team player. The duties of a lab consultant are to assist all patrons with their computer needs, answer phones, keep a clean study/work area and check in/out patrons. You will also be trained in software and hardware troubleshooting techniques along with IVC classroom start-ups. The computer Lab is a Study Zone. Homework is welcomed as long as duties assigned are completed. If you would like more information please contact Shelley Cobetto, Computer Lab Supervisor, 769-3380 or by email Shelley_Cobetto @nic.edu.

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Computer Science Technical Support STR 209 Nancy Ripplinger 208-665-5079 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with all duties for summer tech camps. Must be willing to work with children ages 9-18. Assist computer science instructor with duties as assigned. Must have basic computer knowledge and technical experience with computers and how they function. Use of Microsoft office suite is essential. Computer Science student or Engineering student would be given preference.
Qualifications:  High school diploma or GED along with basic programming background and technical experience with pc’s.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Assist with all duties for summer tech camps. Must be willing to work with children ages 9-18. Assist computer science instructor with duties as assigned. Must have basic computer knowledge and technical experience with computers and how they function. Use of Microsoft office suite is essential. Computer Science student or Engineering student would be given preference.

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Teaching Assistant for Summer Youth Tech Camps STR 211 Nancy Ripplinger 208-665-5079 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with all duties for summer tech camps. Must be willing to work with children ages 9-18. Assist computer science instructor with duties as assigned. Must have basic computer knowledge and technical experience with computers and how they function. Use of Microsoft office suite is essential. Computer Science student or Engineering student would be given preference.
Qualifications:  High school diploma or GED along with basic programming background and technical experience with pc’s.
Length of Employment:  August 2015
Description:  Assist with all duties for summer tech camps. Must be willing to work with children ages 9-18. Assist computer science instructor with duties as assigned. Must have basic computer knowledge and technical experience with computers and how they function. Use of Microsoft office suite is essential. Computer Science student or Engineering student would be given preference.

Natural Sciences Division Computer Lab Attendant MHS 250 Tammie Iverson 208-769-3495 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Monitor the MHS Computer Lab to make sure computer equipment is not abused or stolen. Report any technical problems with computers to supervisor.
Qualifications:  Dependable and responsible individuals encouraged to apply.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Monitor the MHS Computer Lab to make sure computer equipment is not abused or stolen. Report any technical problems with computers to supervisor.

NIC at Sandpoint Computer Lab Consultant On Campus Christine Callison (208) 263-4594 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist fellow students with computer questions.  Check currently enrolled students in and out of the lab.  Maintain printers.  Monitor and keep lab safe, clean, and secure for student users.  Learn to troubleshoot basic technology issues.  &a
Qualifications:  Proficiency with commonly used lab software, printing, and file management.  Ability to help other students navigate MyNIC, Cardinal Mail and Blackboard. 
Length of Employment:  Academic semester or longer
Description:  Computer Lab consultant, NIC Sandpoint. 

Nursing Nursing Lab Assistant MHS Barb Downey 208-769-7829 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Help in the Nursing Lab with set up and take down of labs. You will do Maintenance and cleaning of equipment in the lab. Learn and become familiar with nursing equipment.
Qualifications:  Help in the Nursing Lab with set up and take down of labs. You will do Maintenance and cleaning of equipment in the lab. Learn and become familiar with nursing equipment.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Help in the Nursing Lab with set up and take down of labs. You will do Maintenance and cleaning of equipment in the lab. Learn and become familiar with nursing equipment.

Nursing Office Support MHS 257 Kandi Yates 208-769-3329 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Answer telephones, greet and direct visitors, distribute mail, file paperwork alphabetically/chronologically, data entry, type, print and assemble paperwork for clinical binders/packets, organize student files and other office duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Attention to detail, accurate typing skills, organizational and time management skills, ability to maintain confidentiality, ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment at times. Familiar with computers, Microsoft Word, and filing alphabetically/chronologically. Please be prepared to submit a resume.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Answer telephones, greet and direct visitors, distribute mail, file paperwork alphabetically/chronologically, data entry, type, print and assemble paperwork for clinical binders/packets, organize student files and other office duties as assigned.

Physical Education, Dance, and Resort/Recreation Management Division Student Athletic Trainer GYM Randy Boswell 208-769-3217 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Set-up for practices and games. Provide coverage for practices and games. Treat athletic injuries. Stock supplies and keep records.
Qualifications:  Completion of PE248, or enrolled concurrently.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  Set-up for practices and games. Provide coverage for practices and games. Treat athletic injuries. Stock supplies and keep records.

Schuler Performing Arts Center Stage Hand BOS Jay Carkhuff 208-766-3416 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This position may involve building and painting wooden sets for plays, hanging lights, setting up sound systems, moving music equipment, basic cleaning and maintenance of the venue or other assorted tasks. Please be aware that the hours vary greatly depending upon the needs of the event schedule.
Qualifications:  The applicant must be able to lift 50lbs. Woodworking skills are an asset but not necessary. Typical tasks may require climbing ladders, working in very low level light, using power tools, cleaning up dust, crawling, kneeling and crouching, and being subjected to loud noises.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  This position may involve building and painting wooden sets for plays, hanging lights, setting up sound systems, moving music equipment, basic cleaning and maintenance of the venue or other assorted tasks. Please be aware that the hours vary greatly depending upon the needs of the event schedule.

Silver Valley Center Office Receptionist Off Campus 323 Main St Kellogg, ID 83839 Anne Powell (208) 783-1254 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Data entry, phone answering, filing, mailing, assist office manager and students, restock supplies/paper, light cleaning. 
Qualifications:  Basic computer skills including Excel, Word; knowledge of Blackboard and MyNIC. 
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Part Time Office Receptionist.

Student Union Operations Student Union Operations Assistant SUB Dodi Rode 208-769-3351 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This position provides support to student union operations. Performs a variety of support activities and tasks in support of the student union building and operations including office tasks as well as facility projects and responsibilities. Provides event programming support. Critical skills include the ability to uphold strong customer service standards for dress, greetings, phone calls, and expedient customer response. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility. This individual will also support emergency response processes as needed by the building coordinator and campus security staff.
Qualifications:  Possess excellent customer service skills and the ability to gain an overall understanding of the operations of the student union building. Attention to detail; desire to learn and know more about the student union and its daily operations, and capability to complete assignments in a timely and effective manner. Ability to problem solve and apply critical thinking skills in order to provide services to staff. Understanding, or the ability to learn, use of AV equipment in support of events. Capable of ensuring and maintaining confidentiality. Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision.
Length of Employment:  2015/16 School Year
Description:  This position provides support to student union operations. Performs a variety of support activities and tasks in support of the student union building and operations including office tasks as well as facility projects and responsibilities. Provides event programming support. Critical skills include the ability to uphold strong customer service standards for dress, greetings, phone calls, and expedient customer response. May assist in the opening and closing of the facility. This individual will also support emergency response processes as needed by the building coordinator and campus security staff.

-- None -- Box Office Clerk Community Service Hannah Paton 208-667-1323 $8.50
Responsibilities:  
Qualifications:  
Length of Employment:  
Description:  Box Office Clerk- Responsibilities include answering phones, ticket sales, assisting patrons, office projects and light cleaning.  Flexible hours.  Employment opportunities throughout the year. Previous experience not required.

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Kathy Baker, Principal (208) 773-1508 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Administer short weekly, timed assessments to children in grades K-5, score the
assessments, tutor children in basic skills with given materials, and possibly
assist with playground supervision.  
Qualifications:  Seeking reliable, organized candidates who enjoy working with young people.  
Length of Employment:  2015-16 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed. 

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Janelle Baker, Principal (208) 773-8327 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Administer short weekly, timed assessments to children in grades K-5, score the
assessments, tutor children in basic skills with given materials, and possibly
assist with playground supervision.  
Qualifications:  Seeking reliable, organized candidates who enjoy working with young people.  
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed. 

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Lisa Hoffeld, Principal (208) 773-7291 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Administer short weekly, timed assessments to children in grades K-5, score the
assessments, tutor children in basic skills with given materials, and possibly
assist with playground supervision.  
Qualifications:  Seeking reliable, organized candidates who enjoy working with young people.  
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help Children Succeed.

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Kandi Kuck, Principal (208) 777-0479 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Administer short weekly, timed assessments to children in grades K-5, score the
assessments, tutor children in basic skills with given materials, and possibly
assist with playground supervision.  
Qualifications:  Seeking reliable, organized candidates who enjoy working with young people.  
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed. 

-- None -- Computer Lab Aide Community Service Dawn Mackesy (208) 773-3541 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Support and encourage students in their attempts to compete high school curriculum.  Assist students with course material.  Help maintain classroom control. 
Qualifications:  Ability to work with high school students in a quiet setting.  Possible one-on-one tutoring in Math and/or English.  
Length of Employment:  School Year 2014-2015
Description:  A computer lab aide is needed to help high school students with coursework, 10-15 hours per week.  

-- None -- Markerspace Community Service Barbara Pleason (208) 651-6200 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Help create class curriculum through research and testing.  Contribute to the organization of the space and tools.  Interact with prospective and sustaining members.  
Qualifications:  Knowledge in some of the following fields Industrial Arts, Woodworking, Electronics, Computer, 3D software, Coding, Art, Mold Making, Clay or other maker skills.  Curiosity essential.  
Length of Employment:  Full School Year
Description:  To be part of Gizmo-CDA, the new Coeur d'Alene markerspace, and help it become a vitally and well-used resource for our community.  To help with research and implementation for the programs at Gizmo.  To be a jack of a lot of trades.  

-- None -- Web Management Off Campus Gizmo-CDA Inc 806 4th St Barbara Pleason (208) 651-6200 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Working on website, working on Facebook page, creating online management of interaction
between Gizmo and its members.  
Qualifications:  Creative thirst very important.  Familiarity with Web design.  Knowledge of
Photoshop and layout helpful.  Curiosity essential.  
Length of Employment:  Full School Year
Description:  To be part of Gizmo-CDA, the new Coeur d'Alene markerspace.  To help with Web
Design and social Media.  To be involved in creating ways to connect with
the community about classes and opportunities to design and build things using
Art, Electronics, Welding, Woodshop, Machine Shop, 3D Printing, Software,
Coding and more