ALTEC is continually looking for enthusiastic instructors to teach our evening non-credit language classes, held on the CU Boulder main campus. Our students are adult learners, mostly comprised of CU Boulder faculty, staff, graduate students, alumni, retirees, and community members. As the classes are for enrichment only with no tests, our adult learners are highly motivated to learn the language for use in their profession, social life, and travels. The languages we offer are driven by student interest, so we are excited to host many different languages, such as Spanish, Swedish, and Swahili, to name a few.
If you have experience teaching language and are interested in teaching with ALTEC in the future, please email your résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org with the language(s) you are able to teach in the subject line. We will reach out to you via email when a teaching opportunity for that language becomes available.
ALTEC continuously seeks students to join the Multimedia Library staff. Attendants work under the supervision of the resource coordinator in the Hellems 159 Multimedia Library. Student employees typically work 5-15 hours per week between 8:15am-8pm M-Th and 8:15am-4pm F, depending on scheduling needs.
Provide excellent customer service, including:
Assist patrons with checking out library materials, and check and reshelve returned materials
Problem solve technical issues with computers and projector in HLMS 159 and 152, and contact OIT for HLMS 145 support
Conduct cash transactions for purchases of library resale items
Manage Hellems building lost and found
Direct patrons to Hellems classroom and office locations as well as the wepa printing kiosk
Monitor usage and maintain quietness, cleanliness, and organization of ALTEC spaces
Fulfill room reservation requests and help with event setup
Complete assigned daily tasks (email overdue material notices, scan files, water plants, fill out library usage log, and other miscellaneous duties)
Contribute to workflow of special projects such as streaming requests
Begin and end each shift at designated time; finds coverage for shifts in advance of absence
Adhere to security procedures and established library policies
Exceptional customer service support skills represented through:
Respectful and professional interactions with patrons in person, on the phone, and via email
Positive, enthusiastic attitude
Clear and professional oral and written communication
Observant of often-overlooked details; identifies areas needing improvement and takes the initiative to make or suggest changes
Consultation with supervisor or other ALTEC staff on non-standard requests or issues
Comfortable with using PC and Mac computers and various electronic equipment such as video cameras; willingness to learn new hardware and software for special projects such as used in audio recording studio or to complete streaming requests (requires ripping and compressing DVD files, and creating a subtitles/ captions file)
Collaborate well with colleagues on projects assigned to multiple staff members
Ability to complete tasks in a timely fashion and seek out additional work upon completion
Please submit the following application materials to email@example.com.Your application will be reviewed when an opening becomes available.
Résumé with applicable work experience
In a separate document, please include:
Name, email, and phone information of two professional references; briefly describe work done with each
Nine-digit student ID number
Year of study and expected graduation date
Foreign language skills (degree of fluency in speaking/reading/writing) if applicable
Spring, summer, and fall class schedule as known; note any days/times not available for shifts
If you hold an additional job on campus, please indicate the number of hours you work (students cannot work more than 20 hours per week between all jobs)
As a small department with low turn over we rarely have staff positions available. Please visit CU's Human Resources website for other available positions.