On Campus Positions
Position: Learning Resources for Student-Athletes Study Monitor
Located on the 4th floor of the Yawkey Athletic Center, Learning Resources for Student-Athletes (LRSA) provides academic support to all varsity student-athletes. We offer academic counseling and advising for student-athletes, tutoring, study hall, and developmental instruction, as well as services for student-athletes with learning disabilities.
Study monitors are primarily responsible for maintaining a quiet study environment and enforcing the rules of the study center. Study monitors also ensure that all student-athletes properly sign in and out of our Accutrack database, direct students to appropriate tutor rooms if necessary, and check attendance of mandatory tutoring sessions.
Must be a graduate student enrolled at least part time at Boston College
Must be available to work evenings between the hours of 4pm-9pm
Must attend mandatory department trainings (once a semester)
To apply please e-mail a resume, cover letter, and work availability to email@example.com
Babysitter needed to watch 6 and 3 year old on/around campus on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-7 PMduring the fall semester. Interested applicants should email Casandra at firstname.lastname@example.org and come with at least one childcare reference.
Nanny opportunity in Brookline:
We are a loving, happy, and enthusiastic family living in Brookline and consisting of two moms, a 4-year-old son (who is currently full-time at pre-K during the week), a 1-month-old daughter, a dog, and two cats. We are looking for a nanny to care for our daughter, possibly with some tangential caregiving for our son, beginning around September 2017. Hours are somewhat flexible, since one mom is soon switching from full- to part-time at work. Hours would generally be 40 hours per week, potentially all occurring during the weekdays or potentially covering a combination of weekday and weekend hours. We are open to finding a mutually agreeable arrangement. Pay would be attractive and “over the table.” We need someone who loves dogs or is at least extremely comfortable with dogs. Our dog is old and gets nervous around people who are not confident around him. The ideal candidate would be smart, communicative with us, talkative with the baby, very patient, capable of being silly with kids, able to have a sense of humor with parents too, a safe driver, creative in finding different experiences for our daughter, and willing to make a 1-year commitment to our family. Interested candidates, please contact email@example.com with email subject “nanny” and tell us a little about yourself.
Kim and Michele
We live in the area and are looking for a caring, trustworthy, energetic, fun, positive and experienced nanny/sitter to help out with our 3 children (ages 10, 8 and 5). We are looking for someone specifically in the following time frames:
Mon-Fri 6:45 to 9am and 2:30 to 6pm
These are the 2 time frames we need help for. If you can help out with both, that’s great, but we may also look for 2 different people for the different timings if we can’t find 1 person for both. Also flexible with giving more or less hours depending on your needs.
Responsibilities include: Driving kids to school / activities, homework help, meal prep, bathtime, helping with basic household duties (laundry, errands like grocery). We are open to giving as many hours as a nanny can handle with their school load and flexible on timing for the right person. The nanny must have a car and experience handling multiple children and overall multitasking. We are open to having the nanny live in or live out, depending on her needs. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 847-924-5927. Serious inquiries only!
Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!