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Student job with BYU’s Integrity and Compliance Office (Great for PRE-LAW and TECHNICAL WRITING students)

To see about using a student job as an internship, please contact the internship coordinator (trina_harding@byu.edu) Compliance Research Associate 20 hours/week (F/W), 40 hours/week (S/S) $11.50/hour (starting) Desired start date: Immediate Application deadline: Friday, December 4, 2020 Supervisor: Sarah Campbell Description BYU’s Integrity and Compliance Office (ICO) is seeking a compliance research associate to support the… Read more »

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BYU Student Jobs (Possibility for Internship Credit)

  All of these jobs are available through BYU student employment at https://jobs.byu.edu . Use Job ID numbers to find the jobs listed below. Radio Production Assistant (JOB ID: 93513) Start date: 10/22/2020 Shift: Flexible Hourly Wage: $11.25 Description of Duties The Radio Production Assistant works on a variety of projects that relate to the production for Top of Mind,… Read more »

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Student Jobs Available Now (Potential for Internship Credit)

Some on-campus student employment can qualify for internship credit. Talk to the internship coordinator to see about credit and for help signing up for the internship course. Student Producer (Job ID 91142) Description of Duties Student producers on “The Apple Seed” curate material, write scripts, arrange recording sessions, converse on-air, and otherwise participate in the… Read more »

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Student Job: Writer and Public Relations Assistant in the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences (possible internship credit)

DESCRIPTION Part-time student writer and public relations assistant for the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences. Assist the college’s outreach coordinator in writing blog posts, magazine articles and social media content, copyediting, and general outreach and public relations. The successful candidate will be innovative, self-motivated, experimental, professional, and creative. RESPONSIBILITIES The student writer will… Read more »

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BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications | External Relations Student Job (Possible Internship Credit)

DESCRIPTION Description of Job Duties:  Draft and post social media content Create content calendars Create audience audits Create monthly reports (i.e. dashboards, leaderboards) Create content for the College of Fine Arts and Communications website Monitor and manage comments, messages and followers Create content for and work on college campaigns Work with students, clubs and professors… Read more »

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BYU Athletic Communications Student Job (Possible Internship Credit

DESCRIPTION BYU Athletics is looking to hire 3-5 students to work in the BYU Athletic Communications office for the 2020-2021 school year. Start date is Summer term (possible to also start Spring term or Fall semester pending circumstances). Hours: Spring and Summer terms (20-40 hours/week); Fall and Winter semesters (20 hours/week) Job Duties: Serve as… Read more »

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Technical Writer Student Jobs with BYU OIT’s Security Operations Center (Possibility for Internship Credit)

Technical Writer – SOC (Security Operations Center) Job ID 88514 Shift: Flexible Hourly Wage: $11.00 Technical Writers needed in the BYU Office of Information Technology. Duties will include preparation of project management documents, writing text for web pages and apps, creating training documents, and mapping out scripts for videos. A high level of self-supervision and… Read more »

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BYU OIT is Hiring Technical/Content Writers (Possibility for Internship Credit)

The Office of Information Technology ia looking to hire 3 technical/content writers. Our student employees don’t do busywork.  They are highly respected and relied-upon members of our teams.  Students are paid $14/hr. to start.  Hours are flexible to accommodate classes.  Preferred skills:  reliability, professionalism, work ethic, attention to detail, advocacy for the end-user, flexibility, writing,… Read more »