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-- None -- Accounts Assistant On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $10.00
Responsibilities:  Learn the inner-workings of managing monies at a not for profit. Input and organize donor and monies data.. Use Quickbooks and Excel. Basic mathematical and computational skills necessary. Responsibilities will vary with experience
Qualifications:  Some knowledge of Excel and Quickbooks helpful though a willingness to learn will be considered. Self-starter.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- All Around Handy Person On Campus Marty Mueller 208-699-8829 $11.00
Responsibilities:  Bring your skillset to help build out the new Creative Arts Lab at Gizmo. Must be a self-starter and have reasonable construction skills. This job has variety and affords a flexible schedule. You will have access to tools and have opportunities to not only use your skills but also gain skills by exposure to new tools and ideas.
Qualifications:  Like to work with your hands and head together. Some experience doing woodworking. Must be able to lift and carry building supplies
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Event Assistant Coordinator On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $10.50
Responsibilities:  Help manage the many events that are part of the Gizmo culture. Work with local for and not for profit organizations to promote Gizmo at various Coeur d’Alene events. Learn organizational skills, marketing skills and scheduling skills. Be one of Gizmo’s ambassadors and help people understand all that is Gizmo. Have an opportunity to work within the not for profit environment; non-profits are the 6th largest employer in Idaho.
Qualifications:  Flexible schedule, interested in non-profits and willing to learn marketing and scheduling skills. Some knowledge of Adobe Suite helpful but not necessary. Interested in meeting people and being an ambassador for Gimzo a non-profit makerspace at NIC.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- First Robotics and First Lego League Support On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $10.00
Responsibilities:  To support the Lego Robotics and First Robotics Teams at Gizmo. Some prior experience is very helpful. Must like to work with kids and help them to have a meaningful robotics experience. Experience with either Lego Robotics or First Robotics is important.
Qualifications:  Experience with Legos and the building of Robots is helpful. Must be willing to help with all aspects of the competition.
Length of Employment:  Sept through March
Description:  

-- None -- IT Problem Solver On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $11.00
Responsibilities:  Manage Gizmo's computer system including the network and the many computers that are used by the students and members of Gizmo. Help maintain the server and other peripherals that use Gizmo's network.
Qualifications:  IT experience and good organizational skills. Experience required.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Kids Math Assistant On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $10.50
Responsibilities:  Join Gizmo’s outreach program to bring opportunities to the underserved youth in our local school districts. Gizmo will be running the Math Club "Crazy 8s” at Gizmo and local schools. The curriculum is written in detail and all supplies are provided. Review of the curriculum and training for running an after-school activity will be provided through Gizmo. More opportunities to facilitate various kid-centered camps and workshops will be happening throughout the year.
Qualifications:  Need to be dependable, enjoy Math and like kids. Be willing to let kids discover answers. Need to be organized and willing to work to let kids have fun while maintaining a good class structure
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Marketing and Graphic Design for Gizmo On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $12.00
Responsibilities:  Lots going on at Gizmo though without a Graphic Design person to create, design, and produce materials for the promotion of events, classes, projects, and new ideas, they will not succeed. You will provide the skills to get the word out about the awesome events that are the heart of Gizmo
Qualifications:  Good designer skills including experience with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite. Maybe be self-taught and must be competent.

Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Photographer and Lightroom Assistant On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-651-6200 $11.00
Responsibilities:  Develop your skills using a digital camera capture the different classes and events at Gizmo. With Lightroom as your program create an archive of photos and videos that will be used for promotion of Gizmo and for documenting its history. Images will be used in presentations and publications. Work with a professional photographer who will help refine your skills to capture live events in a meaningful way and then keyword them as you put them into Lightroom. Some knowledge of Adobe Suite and keen interest in storytelling is important
Qualifications:  Good eye for images, familiar with Adobe Suite, creatively driven. Flexible schedule.
Length of Employment:  academic year
Description:  

-- None -- Research Assistant On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $11.50
Responsibilities:  Help Gizmo build a long-term strategy to strengthen our future! Research other maker communities, engage in meaningful networking, strategize with other makerspaces to create a sustaining vision to support Gizmo’s goals. Strengthen our future by connecting gained wisdom and shared ideas in solving the roadblocks on the way to fulfilling our makerspace mission.
Qualifications:  Interested in research and the maker movement. A good networking personality, and a curiosity about how businesses succeed.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Social Media and Outreach On Campus Barbara 2089290429 $10.50
Responsibilities:  Give a student's perspective, using media techniques to capture the attention of people between 16 and 25 years of age. Use your skills and ideas to create pathways for this demographic to find its way to Gizmo. A flexible schedule will allow you to be able to have time to study, work and play.
Qualifications:  Creativity is a top qualification. Experience with and enjoy working with social media. Some experience with Adobe products is helpful but not necessary.
Length of Employment:  full year
Description:  

-- None -- Volunteer Coordinator Assistant On Campus Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $11.00
Responsibilities:  Volunteering can be a very meaningful experience. Learn about High Impact Volunteers, how to recruit them, management them and help them to find their passion at Gizmo. Be involved in the set up of the database, and the creation of the system for Volunteers so that they find their time at Gizmo meaningful.
Qualifications:  Must be passionate about people. Willing to engage people and then support their experiences as Volunteers.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

ABE/GED Clerical Assistant On Campus Laura Umthun 208-665-5099 $9.00
Responsibilities:  Answer phones, direct/help walk in traffic, light office duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  NIC student who is available to work 5 hours per week, Monday and Wednesday afternoons only.
Length of Employment:  September 4-December 18, 2018
Description:  

Aerospace Aerospace Work Study On Campus Patrick O'Halloran 208-625-2344 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This work study student will help maintain the organization and cleanliness of the NIC Aerospace Center. As needed, this role will include lawn mowing, weed trimming, and the clearing of snow. This student will help inventory tools and supplies including solvents, resins and fuels.
Qualifications:  Dependability, the ability to work well within a team or independently, a valid driver’s license. Must be able to lift and move items up to 50lbs.
Length of Employment:  On Going
Description:  

Athletics Softball Manager On Campus Don Don Williams 208-769-7879 $9.25
Responsibilities:  Help manage softball team during practice and games. Help prep field before practice and games. Work game management on game days. Be able to bullpen pitchers if qualified. Must be able to work outside in all conditions.
Qualifications:  Prefer to have former high school baseball or softball players apply for this position. Knowledge of athletics and softball/baseball preferred. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and drive mule to drag field.
Length of Employment:  2018/19 Academic Year
Description:  To help manage field and practice of softball team

Auxiliary Services Cardinal Card Office Assistant On Campus Heather Erikson 208-665-5459 $8.25
Responsibilities:  The primary purpose of this position is to perform general office duties as needed in the Cardinal Card and Parking office, including: transactions related to Cardinal Card production, parking services business, and campus information.
Qualifications:  High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and a minimum of six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year. Renewable. Flexible
Description:  

Auxiliary Services Custodial Services Assistant - Student Union Building On Campus Dodi Rode 2087693351 $10.00
Responsibilities:  Essential Duties and 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:  school year
Description:  

Communication & Fine Arts Boswell Gallery/Office Assistant On Campus Betsy Conery (208) 769-3276 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Student worker will greet guests and monitor visitors within the gallery and office space. A professional, pleasant presence, and the ability to engage with the public is a must. Student workers may be asked to assist with office and/or gallery projects during assigned work times. Additional duties may include making copies, creating files or labels, answering phone calls or other customer service related inquiries, as well as other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Student worker must be responsible, trustworthy, reliable and have the ability to adhere to scheduled work time as arranged. Additionally, a professional and pleasant demeanor, along with appropriate phone & office etiquette is required as this position has contact with public and student population. Customer service skills are a must!
Length of Employment:  2018-2019 School Year (Fall & Spring Semesters)
Description:  

Communication and Fine Arts Division Costume Shop Assistant BOS 227 Carole Urquhart 208-794-7987 $9.00
Responsibilities:  Work will vary and may include sewing, marking and cutting fabric, ironing, standing for extended time periods, following directions, problem solving, paying attention to details, organizing, cleaning your work area. We will also be organizing costume stock and doing maintenance of costumes. We may be building new costumes and/or altering costume pieces. No prior experience necessary. You will have on the job training.
Qualifications:  A good attitude, a sense of humor, flexibility with a variety of projects, willingness to learn, ability to arrive to work on time and when scheduled, willingness to adapt to sometimes odd demands of schedule, willingness to work – not just hang out, depth of character. I can teach someone to sew – I can’t teach them how to have character. Ability to lift and carry 40 lbs, and to climb stairs, lots and lots of stairs. No prior experience necessary. You will have on the job training.
Length of Employment:  2018/19 Academic Year
Description:  You will assist the Costume Shop Manager as we prepare, build, and maintain costumes for live theatre productions. If your schedule permits you may be able to act a Dresser for performances.

Health Professions Division MLT Lab Assistant MHS 126 Sonja Nehr-Kanet 208-292-4015 $12.00
Responsibilities:  This position provides a full range of support services for the health profession programs (Medical Lab Technology). The duties will include lab preparations, clean up, equipment maintenance and repair.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This list includes, but is not limited to the following:
• Conducts full skills lab preparation for the Health Professions programs (Medical Lab Technology (MLT)).
• Prepares materials, and sets up equipment and supplies under the direction of the MLT Program Director.
• Communicates supply needs to the MLT Program Director.
• Performs minor repair to lab equipment as directed by MLT Program Director.
• Maintains the lab equipment in a clean and safe condition.
• Contributes to maintaining a positive learning environment for all students.
• Maintain a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and work relationship with supervisor, college staff, students, and the community.

Marginal Duties
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:  Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Completion of BACT 250 Microbiology, MATH 143 College Algebra OR EQUIVALENT, BIOL175 Human Biology OR BIOL 227 Human Anatomy and Physiology I, CHEM 101 Intro to Essentials of General Chemistry OR CHEM 111 Principles of General College Chemistry I CHEM 275 Carbon Compounds OR CHEM 112 Principles of General College Chemistry II
Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Proficient skills using Microsoft Office applications, Outlook
• Able to correctly follow Standard Operation Procedures and other manufacturer instructions.
• Ability to read, write, and speak in English
• Ability to operate standard office equipment including phone, fax, copier
• Ability to organize paperwork and supplies to facilitate tracking and replacement.

Length of Employment:  2018/19 Academic Year
Description:  This position provides a full range of support services for Medical Lab Technology program. The duties will include lab preparations, clean up, equipment maintenance and repair.
Student needs to be available Thursday afternoons and Friday pre and post laboratory and as mutually agreed upon.
Up to 10 hours a week.


Landscape Services/Facilities Operations Landscape Technician On Campus Christabela Fischer 208-769-5904 $10.00
Responsibilities:  Join the team that keeps campus beautiful. Learn new things or bring your experience to the Landscape Department. Flexible hours and days to work around your class schedule. Come join a team of dedicated workers and make a difference.
Qualifications:  Valid Drivers license and a positive attitude!
Length of Employment:  seasonal
Description:  Will train to do necessary tasks

Natural Sciences Division Laboratory Aid MHS 206 David Abshere 208-676-2017 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist in the preparation, setup, take down, and cleaning of Natural Sciences laboratories. Other duties as assigned.


Qualifications:  Chemistry and Biology courses preferred but not required.
Length of Employment:  varies
Description:  See duties and responsibilities

Nursing A Nursing Lab Assistant On Campus Barbara Downey 208-769-7829 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Help in the Nursing Lab with setup and take down of labs. Maintenance and cleaning of equipment in the lab. Learn and become familiar with nursing equipment.
Qualifications:  Good attitude, willingness to work and follow directions.
Length of Employment:  August 21, 2018- May 2019
Description:  

Physical Education Weight Room Suppervisor On Campus Paul Manzardo 208 769-3354 $8.25
Responsibilities:  1. Supervise weight room during athletic classes and practices. 2. Make sure participants are following rules/regulations of the weight room. 3. Cleaning and maintaining the following of weight room: clean mirrors, dust equipment, WD40 equipment, dust/sanitize cardio equipment, keep storage room clean and organized, make sure all weights/dumbbells are re-racked properly on all weight trees and stands.
Qualifications:  Ability to lift 50 pounds.
Length of Employment:  Fall, Spring Semester and Summer Session.
Description:  

Student Activities ASNIC Office Assistant On Campus Heather Erikson 2086655459 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Responsibilities: Front desk receptionist duties include greeting visitors, answering the phone, word processing and data entry. Provide excellent customer service to students, college employees and the public. Position will also post and remove event flyers on bulletin boards across campus. Will also assist staff with projects as assigned.
Qualifications:  Qualifications: Detail oriented with excellent organization skills with attention to customer service. Computer skills (Microsoft/Word, Excel, etc.). Friendly and willing to learn. Prior office experience and knowledge of NIC, its programs, and activities preferred. Remain in good academic standing.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year. Renewable. Flexible
Description:  

Student Activities Marketing and Graphic Design On Campus Heather Erikson 2086655459 $8.25
Responsibilities:  This position will create, design and produce materials for the promotion of student life events. They will provide resources and assistance to the NIC community by helping to promote a vibrant campus and to market events and service to NIC students.
Qualifications:  Excellent computer skills including experience with design software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite, can be self-taught. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Must remain in good academic standing.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year. Renewable. Flexible
Description:  

Student Services Classroom Assistant On Campus 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:  2018/2019 School Year
Description:  

Student Services Kitchen Assistant On Campus Jessica Geiger 208-769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Kitchen assistant needed to help our cooks in cleaning (dishes, washing/setting tables, sweeping, and laundry) before and after meal times. There is minimal 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:  2018/2019 School Year
Description:  

Student Services Office Assistant On Campus 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:  2018/2019 School Year
Description:  

Student Services TRIO Receptionist On Campus Holly Edwards (208) 769-5990 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Provide customer service while staffing the front desk and answering phones; occasional project work
Qualifications:  Excellent customer service, interpersonal and communication skills.
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring semesters
Description:  

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Scott Ross (208) 773-1508 $9.00
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:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed. 

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Janelle Baker, Principal (208) 773-8327 $9.00
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:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed.

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Lisa Hoffeld, Principal (208) 773-7291 $9.00
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:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help Children Succeed.

-- None -- Classroom Assistant Community Service Kandi Kuck, Principal (208) 777-0479 $9.00
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:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  Community Service: Help children succeed.

-- None -- Computer Lab Aide Community Service Dawn Mackesy (208) 773-3541 $9.00
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:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  A computer lab aide is needed to help high school students with coursework, 10-15 hours per week.  

-- None -- Computer Science Saturday Assistant Community Service Barbara Mueller 2086516200 $12.00
Responsibilities:  Gizmo is hosting Computer Science Saturdays to provide an intriguing space for youth to experience coding. The program will present a wide range of ways to interact with code, from python, to gaming and creating apps, to controlling circuits. Must have some knowledge of how to think computationally and write code.
Qualifications:  Knowledge of coding and the ability to share that knowledge with others. Must be able to be willing to work with kids and like working with them. Must be a self-starter and willing to work in conjunction with other assistants
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Makerspace Shop Steward Assistant Community Service Barbara Mueller 208-929-4029 $10.00
Responsibilities:  How obsessive-compulsive are you? Gizmo will be doing a year of the organization- creating procedures, organizing shops, making a home for tools. We want our gizmologists to spend their time making things rather than looking for the necessary tools. Post events and workshops, it will also be necessary to clean and organize Gizmo’s makerspace. Amazing working conditions with many opportunities to grow and learn.
Qualifications:  A love equipment and a drive to keep things neat and in good order. Willing to learn about the equipment at Gizmo. Must be a motivated.
Length of Employment:  Academic Year
Description:  

-- None -- Office Assistant Off Campus Barbara Pianko (208) 762-4663 ext 2 $9.00
Responsibilities:  Work with Finance Director on reconciliations and assist with audit; create spreadsheets; update manuals, and filing. Work with Volunteer Coordinator responding to volunteer inquires, post events online, assist with volunteer orientation, and scheduling of work crews. Help office administrator create quarterly newsletter for publication.
Qualifications:  Friendly, upbeat, and a good listener to evaluate volunteer interests. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Publisher. Financial and accounting experience with knowledge of Quick Books.
Length of Employment:  2018/19 School Year
Description:  Work with Finance Director on reconciliations and assist with audit; create spreadsheets; update manuals, and filing. Work with Volunteer Coordinator responding to volunteer inquires, post events online, assist with volunteer orientation, and scheduling of work crews. Help office administrator create quarterly newsletter for publication.

-- None -- Office Assistant Community Service Barbara Pianko (208) 762-4663 ext 2 $8.50
Responsibilities:  Work with Finance Director on reconciliations and assist with audit; create spreadsheets; update manuals, and filing. Work with Volunteer Coordinator responding to volunteer inquires, post events online, assist with volunteer orientation, and scheduling of work crews. Help office administrator create quarterly newsletter for publication.
Qualifications:  Friendly, upbeat, and a good listener to evaluate volunteer interests. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Publisher. Financial and accounting experience with knowledge of Quick Books.
Length of Employment:  2017/18 School Year
Description:  Work with Finance Director on reconciliations and assist with audit; create spreadsheets; update manuals, and filing. Work with Volunteer Coordinator responding to volunteer inquires, post events online, assist with volunteer orientation, and scheduling of work crews. Help office administrator create quarterly newsletter for publication.