The Schatz Energy Research Center has an immediate opening for a Student Administrative Assistant. Hourly wage is $11.28-$13.06; appointments are normally made at the beginning of the salary range. This is a part time (10-20 hours per week), hourly, non-benefited, non-State position at the Schatz Energy Research Center on the Humboldt State University campus. A one-year commitment is requested, with reappointment dependent on funding and performance.
Under the lead supervision of the Operations Manager and the day-to-day oversight of the Administrative Assistant, the Student Administrative Assistant will provide clerical and front office support while actively contributing to a positive and collaborative working environment.
Duties and Responsibilities: This position is responsible for the performance of varied administrative support duties including, but not limited to: screening and routing telephone calls and visitors; distributing mail and arranging return shipping; processing, compiling, and filing department documents; supply ordering and tracking; and securing/coordinating meeting and travel arrangements for Center personnel. In addition, this position performs basic bookkeeping support and record keeping and other tasks to be defined.
This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by Friday, April 20 at 4 pm.
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Note: this is a revised RFQ.
The Schatz Center website is undergoing revision. We are currently seeking a developer who
will implement our site architecture and design.
Coding choice is flexible, provided that:
- Both design and content modifications are easily accessible by Schatz staff.
- The coding environment maximizes clarity and simplicity.
- The site is responsive to desktop, tablet, and mobile environments.
We will provide overall site design, design/layout for key pages, and all content, including
photos and text.
Download the project outline and submission details here.
Applications and associated inquiries should be emailed to Maia Cheli at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- First review will be April 9, 2018.
- Anticipated project start date will be April 23.
- All pages should be fully developed and ready for content (following draft and revision
process) by May 15.
- We have an anticipated full website launch date of June 8.
The Schatz Energy Research Center has openings for up to six Student Research Assistants (SRAs) to work on a range of projects in Summer 2018. These three-month positions are expected to start on or near May 14, 2018.
The wage is $11.28 to $17.78 per hour, commensurate with skills and experience. The time base for the positions may vary from 20-40 hours per week, depending on project needs and funding availability. In some cases, it may be possible to begin work early (during the spring semester) at a rate of 5-10 hours per week. This is a temporary, non-benefited, hourly position.
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All application material must be received by 4 pm on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.
We’re building a new website for the Schatz Energy Research Center and are seeking a Drupal 7 developer.
Please see the attached outline for more information.
The first review of submissions will begin on February 19, 2018.
For additional details or to make a submission, contact the Schatz Center Outreach Coordinator, Maia Cheli.
The Schatz Energy Research Center is pleased to announce the Donald and Andrea Tuttle Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies at Humboldt State University. The Tuttles have established this annual fellowship as part of an effort to tackle the challenges posed by climate change, and to reduce its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. The fellowship will support graduate students in Environmental Systems who intend to research or conduct project work in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or related areas in the clean energy field.
The Tuttle Fellowship will provide $15,000 in financial support for one academic year. The recipient is also eligible to be employed on research projects at the Schatz Center (typically, quarter-time throughout the academic year). The fellowship may be renewed once, based on performance and at the discretion of Schatz Center directors and the selection committee, for a second year of study.
The Tuttle joins two fellowships already associated with the Schatz Center: the Blue Lake Rancheria Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies and the Schatz Energy Fellowship. Current year fellows are working with Center projects in off-grid energy access and smart grid technologies. Jimento Aikhuele and Anamika Singh are involved with the Center’s quality assurance project on solar system installations at public facilities in Nigeria and Niger; Aikhuele’s associated thesis is on the use of renewable energy technologies to prevent maternal and infant fatality. Steven Shoemaker is conducting a benefits analysis of the recently deployed Blue Lake Rancheria microgrid, which was recognized this fall by the US Federal Emergency Management Agency for energy resiliency, while Thalia Quinn is working on the Center’s new “Solar+” distributed generation project.
2017/18 Schatz fellows Anamika Singh and Thalia Quinn (l to r) outside the Schatz Center’s West Wing
Hailing from around the globe, Schatz fellows cite the Center’s unique blend of technology and policy, and bring with them a commitment to social justice and environmental health. Before coming to the Schatz Center, Singh worked for the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, in India. “I want to contribute to providing energy access to those 1.2 billion people who are living a life without energy, through renewable energy technology… until you can provide them with basic facilities, development will not come.”
All graduate student applicants in the Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) and Energy Technology and Policy (ETaP) pathways of the Environmental Systems program are eligible for fellowship consideration. February 1 is the annual application deadline for admission into the graduate program at Humboldt State. For more information, visit schatzcenter.org/fellowships, email email@example.com, or call (707) 826-4345.