University of Notre Dame Harper Cancer Research Institute Student Internship (Summer Employment) in Notre Dame, Indiana

Position Information

Job Description

Summer 2018 Student internship in the administrative office of the Harper Cancer Research Institute. Duties will vary greatly and include, but not limited to: campus postings, event attendance, internet research, interviewing and write-ups of Harper researchers, promotions of Harper events and activities, leadership roles with the Harper Cancer Research Institute Society, and the ominous “other duties as assigned.”

Minimum Qualifications
  • Applicants must be current Notre Dame undergraduate students in good standing.

  • All majors will be considered.

  • Positive team attitude is essential.

  • Flexibility and reliability are essential.

  • Ability to work unsupervised.

  • Detail oriented with excellent follow-up.

Preferred Qualifications
  • Writing and Social Media skills preferred.
Special Instructions to Applicants

Please submit resume and cover letter explaining why you wish to work at the Harper Cancer Research Institute to: Angela Cavalieri at Cavalieri.2@nd.edu

Job Title: Harper Cancer Research Institute Student Internship (Summer Employment)

Department: Harper Cancer Research Institute (28110)

Department Website: HarperCancer.nd.edu

Family / Sub-Family: No Eprism / Other_No Eprism

Career Stream/Level: Intern

Department Hiring Pay Range: $8.08 per hour

Pay ID: Bi-Weekly

FLSA Status: T1 - Non-exempt Temp/On-call Hourly

Job Category: Internship

Job Type: Seasonal

Schedule: Days of Week & Hours: Monday to Friday hours. Some weekend and evening hours may be required, but ample notice will be given. If enrolled in summer classes, HCRI will accommodate class times.

Schedule: Hours/Week: 30-40

Schedule: # of months: 3

Job Posting Date (Campus): 04/02/2018

Job Posting Date (Public): 04/02/2018

Job Closing Date: 08/01/2018

Posting Type: Open To All Applicants

Posting Number: S18281

Quick Link for Internal Postings: http://jobs.nd.edu/postings/11933