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The Job Board is a frequently-updated list of full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and summer jobs that are received by Career Services.

More information on any job listing, including job description, requirements, and application, can be obtained by visiting Career Services on 3rd floor of Wertz Student Center or calling Career Services at (570) 321-4034.

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Assistant Dean and Executive Director

Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center: University of Rochester – Rochester, NY

The Assistant Dean and Executive Director of the Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center is the lead visionary and external facing executive driving the enhancement, expansion, organization, and implementation of initiatives related to the pre- and post-graduation career growth and development of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering students and young alumni. As the chief ambassador for the Greene Center with external constituents, the Assistant Dean works in collaboration with deans and other University leaders, academic departments/faculty, student services colleagues, and the Office of Advancement & Alumni Relations to create innovative partnerships, programs, internships, and opportunities that will serve students from their first year to their post-graduate careers. Key priorities for the Assistant Dean include strengthening alumni and employer engagement with the Greene Center; developing ways to involve parents and family; increasing the breadth and scope of experiential and post-graduate opportunities in business and industry, education, entrepreneurial, government, and non-profit sectors; addressing the unique needs of graduate students pursing non-academic careers; enhancing support to international students; and aligning the mission, services, and organizational structure of a comprehensive career and internship center to reflect progressive best practices and measurable results. Additionally, the Assistant Dean will serve as the principal spokesperson for the Greene Center with the media and other external constituencies addressing internship, career planning, and work-related programs and initiatives, as well as marketing the talents and capabilities of University students. Reporting to the Dean of the College, the Assistant Dean will lead a growing team, currently consisting of 15 staff members, and manage an expanding operating budget that includes an endowed internship fund in excess of $2 million.

The successful candidate will possess a track record of innovative leadership and broad understanding of career flexibility and opportunities for individuals educated in the liberal arts, sciences, and engineering. A master’s degree and five years of related experience in career development, higher education administration, fundraising, or talent management—or an equivalent combination of education and experience—are required. The ability to build effective relationships; superior communication skills; capacity for innovative thinking; and an ability to build strategic partnerships with internal and external constituents are of key importance. An ability to think strategically; lead change; motivate students; promote professional development and creativity among staff; collect, analyze, and report data; and passionately market the talents and capabilities of diverse students and graduates to a wide range of internship sponsors, alumni, educational institutions, and employers will be important considerations in the selection of the next Assistant Dean and Executive Director of the Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center

Application and Nomination
Review of applications will begin September 26, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Valerie Szymkowicz at

SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group
University of Rochester – Assistant Dean and Executive Director, Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center
Valerie B. Szymkowicz, Senior Associate

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The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


with Sigma-Aldrich, Bellefonte, PA

Working independently, the R&D Scientist plays a primary role in the development of new products. The Scientist focuses on product design goals and provides technical support in their field of expertise to production, QA, and product management. The Scientist also participates in the transfer of new products or processes into production, technical training of personnel and in the transfer of new technology into Supelco.Support and accelerate the conversion of our chemical standards product line to certified reference materials.



  • BS in Chemistry or closely related science.

  • Two years laboratory experience.     

  • Knowledge in field of expertise, analytical techniques, both use and theory required. 

  • Verbal and technical writing skills required with the ability to publish in scientific journals and write detailed product information. 

  • Some knowledge of cGMP and other regulatory requirements in field of expertise. 

  • Skills required to design experiments and interpret data, develop practical products, and assist other researchers. 

  • Strong interest in product development.


  • Develop new products: Develop a research plan of proposed new products. Identify the critical paths and technical milestones. Document whether new products can be manufactured with current Supelco technology.

  • Perform required laboratory work with support of other Scientists as applicable.

  • Direct the individual development projects to completion individually or as a group.

  • Generate progress reports and coordinate projects with other groups affected.

  • Develop appropriate specifications, manufacturing, QA documents for new products

  • Maintain a research notebook keeping accurate notes and records including conclusions.

    Maintain company guidelines for safety, compliance, and cGMP where applicable.

  • Provide technical support to other functional groups within Supelco: Support process development projects with manufacturing. Provide laboratory support as needed.

  • Troubleshoot manufacturing processes as needed.  Technically assist in production runs as needed.

  • Technically review manufacturing documents and Protocols.  Provide assistance in custom or special batches.

  • Develop new procedures or troubleshoot problems.

  • Support QA with investigation of product complaints or other quality/regulatory issues.

  • Provide support to validation projects when needed.

  • Assist in writing product inserts and other technical information. 

  • Perform technical review of product catalogs or other market literature.

  • Provide summary of product performance data and application data suitable for marketing publications.

  • Participate in technology transfer: Remain current in field of expertise through literature, scientific meetings, and seminars.

  • Prepare written, verbal and visual material for in-house presentations or for outside scientific meetings and presentations.

  • Search for new technology to bring into Supelco.  Document new ideas and potential business.

  • Develop and manage technical consulting arrangements.

  • Provide technical training: Provide technical assistance to other chemists and technicians in the group.

  • Develop and perform technical training seminars in field of expertise to other groups within Supelco

  • Maintain a clean, neat and well organized work area.


Sigma-Aldrich, a leading Life Science and High Technology company focused on enhancing human health and safety, manufactures and distributes more than 230,000 chemicals, biochemicals and other essential products to more than 1.4 million customers globally in research and applied labs as well as in industrial and commercial markets. With three distinct business units - Research, Applied and SAFC Commercial - Sigma-Aldrich is committed to enabling science to improve the quality of life. The Company operates in 37 countries, has more than 9,000 employees worldwide and had sales of $2.7 billion in 2013.


Sigma Aldrich is an Equal Opportunity employer.

Police Officer

The City of Newark, Delaware, is accepting applications from qualified individuals for the position of police officer from August 17 through September 5, 2014.  Applicats must be at least 21 years of age, possess an Associate's degree or its equivalent, have a valid driver's license with no recent suspension, have no felony convictions, meet physical requirements and be a U.S. citizen.   Starting average salary is $48,000 with the possibility for rapid advancement.  Applicants will undergo an extensive screening process which includes a written test, oral interview, physical agility test, background investigation, polygraph test, physical examination and psychological evaluation.      EOE

Application packets may be downloaded from 

Questions, please contact the Personell Office at 302-366-7026  

Assistant Editor    

Cambridge University Press,   Based in Cambridge, UK,  £23,626 - £25,445 p.a. + benefits

We are looking for a temporary Assistant Editor to work closely with several Commissioning Editors in our engineering team to ensure the timely delivery of books and the smooth flow of projects through to publication. This contract is to cover for a period of maternity leave and is offered on a temporary basis for a period of 9 months.  Key tasks will include briefing authors on manuscript preparation, and supporting authors in managing their writing to ensure that they deliver books on time, at the correct length and in the desired format.  assurance, once fully trained, to make independent and accurate decisions. This is an excellent opening position for anyone wishing to build and develop a career in academic publishing.  site gym and sports facilities, and season ticket travel loans. Our offices are based in Cambridge, ten minutes from the train station.  Please complete an online application by clicking the apply button above and include a CV and a detailed covering letter of application explaining why you are suitable for the position by 31 August 2014

Customer Service Representative

Family Dollar, Montgomery, PA

As a Family Dollar Customer Service Representative you will be responsible for providing exceptional service to our customers. Key priorities include greeting customers, assisting them with selection of merchandise, completing transactions, and answering questions regarding the store and merchandise.

Principle Duties & Responsibilities:

     * Provides customer engagement in positive and approachable manner.

     * Assists in maintaining a clean, well-stocked store for customers during their shopping experience.

     * Helps in the unloading of merchandise from delivery trucks, organizes merchandise, and transports merchandise from stockroom to sales floor.

     * Independently stocks shelves and recovers merchandise in the store.

     * Accurately handles customer funds and processes transactions using the POS system.

     * Remains constantly aware of customer activity to ensure a safe and secure shopping environment.

     * Performs all other duties as assigned in order to maintain an effective and profitable store operation.


Education:  Prefer completion of high school or equivalent. Ability to follow directives and interpret retail operational documents as assigned.

Experience:  Prefer experience working in retail, hotel, restaurant, grocery, or drug store environments.

Physical Requirements:  Ability to regularly lift up to 40 lbs. (and occasionally, up to 55 lbs.) from floor level to above shoulder height; must be able to meet demands of frequent walking, standing, stooping, kneeling, climbing, pushing, pulling, and repetitive lifting, with or without reasonable accommodation.

Availability:  Ability to work flexible, full-time schedule to include days, evenings, weekends and holidays.

Skills & Competencies:  Customer Focus, Developing Potential, Results Driven, Strong Organizational Skills, Communication Skills, Problem Solving/Decision Making, Job Knowledge and Relationship Management.


 Plant Accountant

Lonza America Inc. - PA


    Assist in all general plant accounting activities, including inventory and fixed assets.  Coordinates the financial closing including the preparation of journal entries, reports, and required account analysis.  Assist in the preparation of the plants annual operating expense budget.  Directs all plant physical inventories, including cycle counts and audits.  Analyzes and reconciles all inventory adjustments.  Reconciles assigned outside warehouse inventories for LSI.  Maintains and controls the plants fixed asset system to insure compliance with internal and external guidelines.  Creates and maintains the SAP master recipes for all Esters, Acrawax, and Surfactants products.


    BS./BA. with 2-5 Years Manufacturing Accounting Experience.  SAP knowledge preferred