Part-time Opportunities Available Now
Posted Feb. 2019
Assignments & Supervision: Works under the direct supervision of the Centro Administrative Manager Description and Duties: Assist the Operations Unit managers in implementing, maintaining and improving a few key day to day operational functions of the Centro in support of our programs.
Qualifications: Appropriate and related work experience and intermediary knowledge of Microsoft Office programs WORD and EXCEL required, ACCESS desirable. Candidate must be focused, well-organized and methodical in accomplishing work tasks. Willingness to take initiative in anticipating and accomplishing tasks desired as well as being open to taking appropriate training. Fluency in Spanish desirable but not absolutely required. Junior level college students and graduate students are encouraged to apply.
To apply: Forward cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 professional references via e‐mail to Jose deJesus, Associate Director for Operations at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe subject line of the email should read: Operations Unit Aide Telephone queries: 212-772-5706
Posted Nov. 2018
Assignments & Supervision: Work assignments will be made throughout the various Puerto Rican community concentrations in the United States, for example, the New York metropolitan area, New England, Florida, the Midwest, the Southeast and the West. All new hires will receive training on Centro oral history protocols and, if necessary, in the use of video equipment. Researchers work under the supervision of the Oral History Project Coordinator.
Description and Duties: As members of the Centro Oral History Team staff will be conducting interviews and background research. Oral history researcher is expected to: conduct background research, perform outreach, create interview protocols, conduct videotaped interviews, assist in thematic time coding, collect metadata information, write short descriptions of interviews, perform follow-up with oral history subjects. The work also complies with Hunter College IRB requirements regarding human subjects protection. Each researcher will be accorded training to pass IRB certification.
To apply: Forward cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 professional references via e‐mail to Jose deJesus, Associate Director for Operations at email@example.com The subject line of the email should read: Oral History Researchers. Telephone queries: 212-772-5706
Assignments & Supervision: Works under the immediate supervision of the Centro Associate Director for Public Policy, Development, Media and External Relations
Description and Duties: Centro is seeking a highly motivate, capable and reliable assistant, who may be a college graduate or experienced undergraduate student, to support our fundraising and marketing efforts. Graduate and undergraduate students who are studying public affairs, non-profit management, marketing, communications, or public administration are encouraged to apply.
To apply: Forward cover letter, resume and contact information for 2 professional references via e‐mail to Jose deJesus, Associate Director for Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org The subject line of the email should read: Development External Relations Assistant. Telephone queries: 212-772-5706