WORK-STUDY - Multicultural Academic Student Services - seeks a Student Graphic Designer
Duties Include: Independently create social media content for the office, promoting the office’s events, programs and initiatives; review and identifie successful aspects of social media design of other CMU departments and institutions and explore possibilities for implementation; routinely meet with MASS professional staff and graduate assistant to gain content needs; take pictures of MASS events (based on availability); assist in the efforts of creating a welcoming office environment where all students feel welcome; assist MASS graduate assistant in program advertising; and other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Demonstrated work experience with graphic design, photography and social media management; experience working with diverse student populations; must be an energetic, forward-thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards; effective communications skills (written and verbal); must work well on teams and autonomously; strong organizational and time management skills; must be registered as a fulltime student; have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher at the time of application and during the period of employment.
Schedule: Student Graphic Designers are required to provide 10 office hrs/wk in the MASS office performing duties assigned by the MASS professional staff. These hours include designing posts for the MASS social media sites that keep the sites current. Student Graphic Designers are also required to create graphics for cultural events and programs hosted by the MASS office, meeting strict deadlines.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and work samples to Bree Ring, email@example.com
WORK-STUDY - Music, School of - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: General office duties including answering phones, greeting visitors, distributing departmental mail, data entry, filing, and copying.
Skills Desired: Prior office experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, accurate typing, spelling and proofreading skills, excellent attention to detail, able to make efficient use of time, able to work with frequent interruptions, and be punctual and reliable.
Schedule: Schedule to be determined based on office needs and student class schedule during office hours, Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and fall schedule to Melinda Zeneberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - Parking Services - seeks a Parking Enforcement Student
Duties Include: Issue parking violations to motor vehicles that violate university ordinance(s), issue violations by foot and vehicle patrol, work on special events including, but not limited to, basketball and football games and commencement, communicating effectively with headquarters via radio, any other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Student must be punctual, reliable, able to work under minimal supervision and possess good communication skills
Schedule: Flexible hours between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday, with additional night and weekend hours possible for special events.Apply Online
WORK-STUDY - Physics - seeks an Office Assistant
Physics Majors or Minors need not apply.
Duties Include: Answer phones;
assist customers; scan and shred; and special projects or events as
assigned. Office Assistants have the ability to multi-task while assisting visitors in the office; are professional, kind, and courteous while answering the phone or working with in
person visitors, faculty and staff; deliver items to other
departments around campus; communicate with persons inside and
outside of Physics; are able to provide general information to
students, faculty and staff-face-to-face, on the phone, and by email; navigate computer software programs and CMU website; are proficient in
Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook; have the self-motivation and drive to
assist others, while maintaining organization and prioritization to achieve the
common goals of the department; and have the ability to work with other student office
assistants, faculty, and staff members as a team.
Skills Desired: Proficiency with
computer software programs and office machinery; knowledge of Microsoft Word
and Excel is a plus; are able to make copies with specific instructions.
Schedule: Flexible schedule during office hours, Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email a resume and
class schedule to Angela Fulk, email@example.com
WORK-STUDY - Psychology - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: Answering phone; typing; data entry; copying, collating and stapling of class materials; scanning; filing; running errands on campus; scheduling rooms; and providing general assistance to department staff and faculty.
Skills Desired: Prior office experience; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; accurate typing; spelling and proofreading skills; experience with Microsoft Office products and Adobe Acrobat Pro is helpful; excellent attention to detail; able to work with frequent interruptions; and punctual and reliable.
Schedule: Approximately 10-15 hrs/wk during office hours Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p for the Academic Year, based on student availability and Work-Study funds.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and class schedule with availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
GSA and WORK-STUDY - Research and Graduate Studies - seeks an Animal Husbandry Student Assistant
Duties Include: Change mouse and rat cages, monitor health status, sweep, mop, empty trash, and wash cages.
Skills Desired: Computer skills including Microsoft suite, keeping accurate records, problem-solving, critical thinking, ability to handle mice and rats, and dependability.
Schedule: Mon-Sun; hours vary by workload and weekends are rotated. Prefer 3-4-hour morning blocks of time. Candidates must be available during breaks and holidays.
To Apply: Email a resume to Carol Stevens, email@example.com
GSA and WORK-STUDY - Research and Graduate Studies - seeks a Pre-Award Student Assistant
Duties Include: Assist with the
administration of grants and contracts provided to CMU to support research and
programmatic activities. Examples of responsibilities include, but are not
limited to: Prepare official university documents; monitor the internal signature routing and approval process; electronic filing; email
correspondence; assist with monthly reporting; prepare internal forms; and
prepare correspondence for university faculty and staff.
Skills Desired: Candidates have the ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional; strong familiarity
with Microsoft Office including Outlook; and excellent attention to detail Candidates are personable, very detail-oriented, and willing to expand their overall
skill-set in the area of research administration. SAP experience and related
work experience is preferred.
Schedule: 10-15 hrs/wk during office hours, Mon-Fri, 8a-5p; preferably
2-3 hours at least 3 to 4 days/week.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Lenora Calkins, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - School of Engineering and Technology - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: Basic office
administrative duties, including but not limited to greeting visitors,
assisting students and faculty with general inquiries, filing, answering
phones, responding to department emails, and scanning historical documents;
keeping inventory of office and kitchen supplies; keeping the kitchen, fridge,
microwave and sinks clean; updating spreadsheets; coordinating department mail
and packages; maintaining department copiers; and other related duties as
Skills Desired: Familiarity with
Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook. Applicants should
have good interpersonal skills, basic telephone skills, attention to detail,
organizational skills, and the ability to work effectively with others and
independently when necessary. Experience with Perceptive Content scanning is
preferred, but not required. Underclassmen and
applicants with availability to work Summer 2022 are encouraged to apply!
Schedule: 10 - 20 hrs/wk with Friday availability.
To Apply: Email a resume, cover letter, and availability to Lauren Grotkowski, email@example.com
WORK-STUDY - Science & Engineering: Sponsored Research Administration - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: Electronic filing,
including email and document upload; data entry; file management, and other
projects as assigned.
Skills Desired: Previous office
experience; willingness to learn; demonstrate attention to detail; knowledge of
MS Office programs, especially Word and Excel; knowledge of MS Outlook; must
have excellent skills with language and communication.
Schedule: Flexible with classes, up to 10 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a resume, contact information, a brief statement of introduction and your interest in
the position to Teresa Judge, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - Statistics, Actuarial & Data Science - seeks a Student Assistant
Duties include: General office duties including answering the phone; typing; data entry; copying; scanning; running errands on campus; and providing general assistance to department staff and faculty.
Skills Desired: Excellent written and oral communication skills; strong attention to detail; self-motivated; willing to do a variety of tasks; professional. Knowledge of Microsoft Office is required. Experience with Photoshop and Publisher is preferred. Office experience is preferred, but not required.
Schedule: Schedule to be determined based on office needs and student class schedule during office hours, Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p.
To apply: Email a resume and two professional references to Eszter Haseli, email@example.com
WORK-STUDY - Student Account Services & University Billing - seeks multiple Call Center Student Assistants
Sophomores or new transfer students are encouraged to apply. Students with accounting and budgeting experience are preferred, but not required.
Duties Include: Provide quality service related to answering questions regarding student accounts, financial aid refunds, and other general billing questions for the CMU community; answer phone calls and schedule appointments; interoffice mail delivery, recycling maintenance, data entry, scan documents, and process incoming coin; stuff envelopes for mass letter mailings; assist in keeping the office clean and organized; assist with reception desk management; and other general office duties and projects as assigned.
Skills Desired: Must have strong communication and organizational skills with the ability to provide excellent customer service; must be able to work independently, as a team, work with interruptions and multi-task. Basic accounting and budgeting experience is desired. Must sign a confidentiality agreement.
Schedule: Availability during Call Center Hours, Mon-Fri, 9a - 4:30p. Multiple positions are available. Minimum of a 3-hour shift required, number of hours assigned weekly dependent upon financial aid budget.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Karlee Herzog, firstname.lastname@example.org
GSA and WORK-STUDY - Student Activities & Involvement - seeks a Student Budget Allocation Committee Chariperson
Duties Include: Serve as the
chairperson for the Student Budget Allocation Committee (SBAC) to work with the Office of Student Activities and Involvement and serve on the Student Government Association Cabinet.
Skills Desired: Demonstrate a
commitment to student involvement at Central Michigan University; promote SBAC
throughout campus and to Registered Student Organizations (RSOs); display
experience completing work in a timely and detail-oriented fashion; communicate
in a professional manner utilizing a variety of different modalities including electronic, written, and phone; serve as the person for all concerns regarding
SBAC for RSOs; and act in an ethical manner.
Schedule: Up to 5 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a resume and letter of
interest for this leadership opportunity to Jen Nottingham, email@example.com
, by Tuesday, October 1,
WORK-STUDY - Student Inclusion & Diversity - seeks a Content Creator
Duties Include: Create weekly content calendars, manage
social media, create marketing materials included, but not limited to: flyers,
videos, social media posts to help promote the mission of the space as well as
different events, meet with the directors from the CSID departments on a
Skills Desired: Knowledge of Adobe
Suite as well as social media applications, or the ability and desire to learn how
to effectively use these tools, is a requirement.
Schedule: 10 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and
resume to Bree Ring, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - University Advancement - seeks a Stewardship Assistant
Duties Include: Assist with stewardship and donor relations programs including: Create future donor relations programs including writing and social media; coordinate in-person and virtual events; on-campus and off-campus programming; marketing and communication campaigns; various clerical duties including proof reading materials, creation of calling scripts and writing donor stories, handling of confidential documents and reports, filing, and scanning; additional tasks and duties as required and/or assigned by the stewardship department and/or other internal departments within Advancement.
Skills Desired: Solid computer skills and experience with Windows, Word, Excel and Access; experience in Canva, Adobe software and other design software is preferred; candidates must be able to handle multiple tasks, work independently in a fast-paced environment, interact courteously with constituents while presenting a high standard of service and projecting a professional attitude, be willing to work in collaboration with others, and receptive to feed back; posses an extreme attention to detail, demonstrate a high level of organization and professionalism, excel in both verbal and written composition and be creative. Writing, research and event assistance is the focus of this position. Flexibility with days and times of work will be necessary at times to accommodate special events the department may host.
Schedule: 10-20 hrs/wk, extremely flexible weekly with several opportunities for additional hours required for special events/projects. Summer 2022 is available.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, references, Work-Study eligibility amount and Campus ID Number to Vicki Begres, email@example.com
WORK-STUDY - University Communications - seeks a Marketing Data Assistant
Duties Include: Pull and analyze data to be used for marketing decisions.
Skills Desired: Experience with research, attention to detail, and critical thinking.
Schedule: Flexible with classes during office hours.
To Apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - University Communications - seeks a Student Assistant
Duties Include: Receive visitors at
the front desk by welcoming, directing, and announcing them
Skills Desired: Proficiency with
computer software programs and the CMU website.
Schedule: Flexible with classes during office hours.
To Apply: Email email@example.com
GSA and WORK-STUDY - University Communications - seeks Web Content Migration Specialists
Duties Include: Migrate content from Sharepoint to Sitefinity; work with the digital strategy team to complete migration, including participating in migrating content, and basic end-user customer support; manually move content into Sitefinity; build web content, including the application of page layout and visual presentation, incorporate embedded multimedia, and troubleshoot presentation issues as needed; other duties as assigned in Sitefinity; provide support for overall content management and basic Sitefinity support; work with digital strategy team to assist with tactics of content migration plan following a predetermined content organization strategy; work with digital strategy team to identify and troubleshoot content related issues associated with Sitefinity and brainstorm solutions with the team; and provide assistance in building training documentation for Sitefinity.
Skills Desired: Basic MS Office skills are required including copy and paste, understanding formatting techniques H1, H2, and paragraph.
Schedule: Candidates have 20 hrs/wk minimum availability.
To Apply: Email Crystal Washburn, firstname.lastname@example.org
. No phone calls or walk-ins.
GSA - University Communications: Media Graphix - seeks a Photographer
Duties Include: Produce images to support Central Michigan University's brand; create content for CMU's official social media channels; participate in creative brainstorms and the development of communication plans for university-wide efforts; be able to balance a non-traditional work schedule with punctuality and professionalism; collaborate well with fellow photographers, writers, and cinematographers; maintain a professional appearance, demeanor, and approach.
Skills Desired: Demonstrate an established understanding of the photographic process and have maintained a regularly updated portfolio for more than one year; experience in photojournalism, events and/or sports photography is preferred. Preference is given to applicants able to commit to multiple semesters; earning an undergraduate degree in photography, journalism, or a related area of study; display excellent written and oral communication skills; proficient in photography techniques, including lighting, audio/video editing, graphic design; able to use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom; able to provide photography and photo editing for a variety of platforms, including social media, website, and print; able to work in a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends; able to work both independently and as part of a team; basic knowledge of programs and services offered by University Recreation; able to prioritize and multitask in a fast-paced environment; demonstrate excellent customer service and uphold CMU's Leadership Standards.
Schedule: up to 20 hours per week in the office on campus under the guidance of professional staff.Apply Online
GSA and WORK-STUDY - University Events - seeks an Athletic Event Engineer Trainee
Duties Include: Assist with audio production for athletic competitions in McGuirk Arena including Basketball, Wrestling, Volleyball, and Gymnastics; work with professional staff and learn how to set up and use all necessary equipment; and work in teams to see that all department equipment is handled with care, department safety guidelines are implemented adhering to industry event standards, and that inclusive event practices are honored. Candidates are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment which values and prioritizes reliability, professionalism, communication, and a high level of customer service and care. This position requires commitment to following event guidelines and technical protocols relating to vehicle and equipment operation, venue-based parking, loading, and operating instructions, and procedures for safe equipment operation. On the job and formal training is provided in areas including but not limited to leadership, venue safety, and event logistics. Candidates thrive within a dynamic team structure and a willingness to learn and understand their role on the team.
Skills Desired: Basic mechanical and technical knowledge is preferred but not required if the applicant has a strong desire to learn about complex audio systems including mixing equipment, signal paths, audio effects, and troubleshooting equipment. Candidates must have an ability to follow written instructions, a positive attitude, good work ethic, punctuality, alertness, and must display continued integrity and maturity while working.
Schedule: Work times are dependent on CMU home athletic schedule. Candidates are available to work in Mount Pleasant for all games scheduled between semesters. As these dates are subject to change, preference is given to those with a flexible schedule over breaks who live locally. Amount of work per week is dependent on the number of events but will not exceed 20 hrs. Some late evening shifts are required. Work continues into the Spring Semester and other event-related opportunities may be available at this time.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume listing relevant skills, requested number of hours, Fall class schedule, current work or RSO commitments, and interest to email@example.com
GSA and WORK-STUDY - University Events - seeks Event Crew
Duties Include: Labor-intensive event setup; delivery of event furniture, sound and lighting systems, and installation of carpet and vinyl floor covering for comprehensive university and community events; pre- and post-event clean-up; responsible for returning department-owned equipment, furniture, and technology to proper storage locations after event use and treating all department gear with care; implement department safety guidelines, adhering to industry event standards, and honoring inclusive event practice; safely operate CMU owned vehicles; ability to perform repetitive lifting (40 lbs and up); install furniture in all environmental conditions. Applicants should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment that values and prioritizes reliability, professionalism, communication, and a high level of customer service and care. This position requires a commitment to following event guidelines and technical protocols relating to vehicle and equipment operation, venue-based parking, loading, and operating instructions, and procedures for safe equipment operation. On the job and formal training is provided in areas including but not limited to leadership, venue safety, and event logistics. Applicants should have the ability to thrive within a dynamic team structure and a willingness to learn and understand their role on the team.
Skills Desired: Candidates should have experience performing tasks involving manual labor and the ability to follow written instructions and event diagrams along with implementing room layouts; be able to demonstrate knowledge of methods, materials, and tools utilized in event setups as well as some mechanical and technical knowledge of equipment; have a positive attitude, taking initiative in anticipating what needs to be done, and critical thinking with changing event needs and schedules are crucial for this position; good work ethic, punctuality, and alertness are essential; display continued integrity and maturity while working late nights, early mornings, and long shifts. Selected candidates who obtain a Chauffeur's License and excel within the team dynamic and interpersonally may be selected for future leadership roles.
Schedule: Frequent night and weekend work required; late nights, early mornings, and lengthy shifts. The shift schedule varies to match changing event needs. Preference given to applicants with a desire to work 15 - 20 hrs/wk, have availability during times when classes are not in session and are looking to grow with the team throughout their academic career.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume listing relevant skills, requested number of hours, Fall class schedule, current work or RSO commitments, manual labor, leadership, theatre, and/or event experience, and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
GSA and WORK-STUDY - University Events
University Events offers various employment opportunities that foster growth, development, and technical experience. University Events manages the production of various events across campus and manages space reservations for RSOs, departments, and external groups.
Current openings:Student Office AssistantStudent Tech
GSA and WORK-STUDY - University Recreation
CMU's University Recreation department offers a variety of employment opportunities at the Student Activity Center. The SAC work environment prides itself on being not just a job, but also an experience. No matter what your academic focus, URec Student Staff gain valuable lifelong skills from their employment experiences at the SAC. With more than a million users and visitors coming into the SAC each year, student staff gets to work in a diverse environment and share a unique employment experience.
WORK-STUDY - Volunteer Center - seeks an America Counts and Reads Tutor
Duties Include: Meet students at school(s) during the classroom's regular reading and/or math time; read one-on-one with students using trained methods to instill confidence in the child's independent reading ability during reading time; act as a general classroom assistant answering questions as needed and leading small group activities during math time.
Skills Desired: Passion for children and mentorship, the ability to develop a positive rapport with teachers and students, excellent communication skills, and a demonstrated history of professionalism and reliability. All tutors must go through training and complete a successful background check before being in the schools.
Schedule: Prospective tutors are expected to offer at least 10 hours of availability during regular public-school hours (8a - 3p) and should be prepared to work 5-12 hrs/wk. It is key that potential tutors have an open weekly schedule. Transportation is not provided to local schools, but a few are within walking distance to campus. Apply Online
GSA and WORK-STUDY - Volunteer Center - seeks a Financial Wellness Peer Coach
Duties Include: Support the Financial Wellness Collaborative in educating the CMU community on the importance of achieving and maintaining financial well-being. Coaches act as campus ambassadors for the FWC through presenting to classes, RSOs, and outside groups. Participate in any and all training necessary for peer coaches; attend and facilitate presentations on topics including budgeting, borrowing, money management, loan repayment, and long-term fiscal responsibility; complete mentor session with CMU students; coverage for the Financial Wellness Central Office; work in conjunction with Graduate Assistants to further outreach and programming initiatives; network with community members and businesses to establish outside partnerships and possible sponsorships; assist in assessments to further guide the Financial Wellness Collaborative; connect with faculty and staff across campus to ensure financial wellness is promoted throughout the institution; and additional responsibilities as needed.
Skills Desired: Previous demonstration of teamwork and collaborative skills; obtain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 or higher; demonstrated commitment to social justice education and furthering CMU's commitment to being an antiracist community; prior involvement on campus including student organizations, residence life, orientation, peer advising, tutoring, and/or success coaching; knowledge in finance, including but not limited to related fields such as: Financial Aid, Personal Financial Planning, and/or Individual Fiscal Responsibility.
Schedule: Ability to dedicate a minimum of 10 hrs/wk with Financial Wellness office with the understanding of fluctuation of available hours; schedule flexibility to accommodate for campus events, financial wellness workshops, classroom presentations, and any other additional obligations the position entails.
To Apply: Using the subject line: Financial Wellness Position, email a cover letter, resume and three references to FINWELL@Cmich.edu
GSA and Work-Study - WCMU Public Broadcasting - seeks a General Assignment Reporter
Duties Include: Find and pitch story ideas; Conduct Interviews; Write broadcast and web news; Voice and produce stories.
Skills Desired: Candidates must have good writing skills and be coachable.
Schedule: Flexible with classes. Hours are available M - F, 9a - 5p. Must work a minimum of two days for a minimum total of 8 hrs.
To Apply: Email your resume to Amy Robinson, email@example.com
GSA and WORK STUDY - WCMU Public Media - seeks an On-Air Host & Announcer
Duties Include: Serve as local host
during award-winning NPR programs, including ‘Weekend Edition’ and ‘All Things
Considered,' as well as during signature programs like ‘Wait Wait Don't Tell
Me’ and ‘This American Life.’ With knowledge and experience, this
position may also involve hosting WCMU's late-night jazz program,
"Nightside Jazz and Blues." The host’s responsibilities include
delivering news, weather, and sponsorship messages in a clear and conversational
manner. The local host is responsible for airing programming, promos, and other
on-air elements as scheduled, and making musical selections for on-air. The
successful applicant must have excellent speaking skills, and be punctual
Skills Desired: Ability to deliver
material live on-air in a professional manner. Experience operating broadcast
equipment is preferred. Punctuality and attention to detail is required.
Excellent speaking skills. Knowledge of jazz is preferred, but not required.
Schedule: Weekend and evening
availability is required. Availability over university shutdowns is highly
preferred. Some holiday shifts will be required. Specific work hours are
determined by management on an as-needed basis. Ideal applicants are available 10-15 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a letter of interest and resume to Mike
Position remains open until filled, and consideration of applicants begins immediately. No phone calls.
WORK-STUDY - WCMU Public Media - seeks a Public Relations Assistant
Duties Include: Assist the WCMU Public Media marketing team with writing and distributing press releases, updating media lists, and establishing press connections across our 45-county coverage area. The NPR and PBS affiliates broadcast on eight radio and four television transmitters serving viewers and listeners in central and northern Michigan, including the Upper Peninsula and portions of Ontario, Canada.
Skills Desired: Strong writing and organizational skills. Preference given to IPR, JRN, and MKT majors or similar with experience in writing press releases.
Schedule: Flexible with classes during on-campus office hours, Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p; 10 hrs/wk. Position has the potential to extend into Summer 2022.
To Apply: Email a resume and a brief paragraph about your interest in the job to Courtney Jerome, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK-STUDY - WCMU Public Media - seeks a Student Receptionist
Duties Include: Answer phones, greet and assist WCMU Public Media and Welcome Center guests, distribute mail, run errands, assist with bulk mailings, create, and maintain Excel spreadsheets and Word documents, and other duties as needed.
Skills Desired: Previous office experience is preferred. Familiarity with multi-line phone, copier, printer, and fax machine; demonstrated organizational skills with strong attention to detail; ability to multi-task; ability to work independently with minimal supervision; and proficient in Word and Excel. Must present a professional image. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Schedule: 10-20 hrs/wk during office hours, Mon-Fri, 7:45a - 5:15p; schedule to be determined based on student availability and office need. Schedule may change each semester. Must be available during Winter Break, Spring Break and Summer. SUMMER: 20-40 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Shannon Franz, Shannon.Franz@cmich.edu
GSA and WORK-STUDY - WCMU Public Media - seeks TV Production Crew
Duties Include: Assist WCMU staff with live and live-to-tape productions.
Skills Desired: Experience with studio productions; including cameras, audio, and floor directing. Crew members should also possess strong communication skills, attention to detail, and be dependable.
Schedule: Thursday nights, 7p - 8:15p.
To Apply: Email a cover letter expressing an interest in this position, and a resume to Chris Ogozaly, email@example.com