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The Science Support Center supports laboratory and field research for a multitude of programs, ILCs, graduate students and sponsored research groups across campus.
The SSC is open Monday through Friday, weeks 1 through 10, Fall, Winter and Spring Quarter.
The morning shifts are from 8:15am to 12:30pm and the afternoon shifts are from 12:30pm to 4:45pm.
SSC Aides must work a minimum of two shifts a week and attend the one hour mandatory employee meeting.
SSC Aide 1s help run the daily operations of the Science Support Center by:
1) filling equipment requests from the Prep Board;
2) cordially helping students, SITs and faculty with any lab needs;
3) checking equipment in and out;
4) receiving and inventorying equipment and chemicals;
5) keeping the Science Support Center area clean and well-organized;
6) cleaning, organizing and maintaining SSC checkout equipment;
7) practicing good communication with coworkers and customers;
8) completing the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual task list;
9) end of the day lock down of lab spaces;
10) attending and participating in the mandatory weekly staff meeting;
11) additional tasks as required.
Sparkling customer service skills are essential, as well as the ability to both work well within a team and on one’s own. Good communication skills, basic computer skills, multi-tasking, and the ability to work in a chaotic environment are essential. Good organizational skills, persistence, and attention to detail are preferred. A general science background with chemistry is a plus.
WORKSTUDY AWARD REQUIRED
Students will learn important scientific skills while maintaining and repairing general science instruments and equipment including helping programs prepare for experiments and answering questions.
Pick up an application outside of the Science Support Center (Lab I 2059) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for application form.