Looking for a Job after graduation? Check out MedPace!
**We’ve had several Health Sciences students work for MedPace following graduation!
I wanted to make you aware of an AMAZING opportunity over Autumn Break 2019 (Friday, Oct 11th).
MEDPACE is inviting all OSU life science and healthcare related students, especially Juniors, Seniors, & Graduate Students for a Career Trek on Friday, October 11th from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm in Cincinnati, OH. You will get a tour of the MEDPACE facility, learn about multiple job opportunities (see attached PDFs in Handshake), watch a Clinical Research Associate work with medical staff, and finish with a Q&A session. LUNCH will be provided! Transportation to and from the event is on your own. After you register via Handshake, you will receive an email with further details on how to complete your RSVP for the Medpace ASC Career Trek. This will require submitting your resume/C.V. prior to the Trek. Please feel free to email Jeremy Hale, Assistant Director of Industry Connections with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVP HERE: https://osu.joinhandshake.com/events/363322/share_preview
NOTE: This event is over Autumn Break, so classes will NOT be in session. The number of spots is limited so RSVP now to reserve your spot.
Assistant Director of Industry Connections
Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success
Atlantis is launching a Brand Ambassador program this upcoming semester as a counterpart to our exciting, company-wide rebranding initiative. They are looking for top-notch student interns on our campus to work in an entrepreneurial marketing context during 10 hours a week.
The job description is attached below, and applies to students who are energetic, excited about business, marketing, and entrepreneurship, are goal-oriented, and able to work at least 10 hours per week.
Here is the link to apply: https://forms.gle/cdhTfBYJY3ojzjNK9
The internship is paid and they are looking to hire ASAP for this position.
On behalf of the Council of Graduate Students (CGS), Undergraduate Student Government (USG), and Inter-Professional Council (IPC), we announce a new program: Buck-I-Experience!
Buck-I-Experience is a program developed to grant the wishes of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students on the Ohio State University Columbus campus; who are suffering from debilitating conditions or special circumstances and may not normally be able to enjoy the Buckeye Experience, by attending football and basketball games, OUAB events or participating in other Ohio State traditions.
Students can be nominated or self-nominate online at go.osu.edu/buckiexperience until Sunday, October 20, 2019. Referrals will then be reviewed by students, faculty, and staff members from across the University community serving on the 2019-2020 Selection Committee.
See the attached flyer: Buck-I-Experience
My name is Amanda and I recently graduated from the health sciences program. I have some information about a job opportunity for others in the health sciences major that could help out those looking for patient care hours and experience to prepare for a career in healthcare (pre- PA, NP, RN, MD, PT, OT)! CaregiverUSA is looking to hire student STNAs to work as home health aides in the Columbus area. I have recently taken a position as Assistant Administrator and have been working as an aide alongside a few other OSU students for over a year. CGUSA offers a super supportive and friendly environment. I can confidently say I have gained so much and would highly recommend taking a position with them to anyone looking to gain experience that will help them in the future as a healthcare provider! I attached a flyer with a full job description and a few of our bonus offers for new employees to this e-mail and would greatly appreciate if you could send it out to other health science students or pass along the word to any students you know looking for a job that can provide personal care experience. We have a team of OSU students that work together and will be offering a program to all student employees that provides guidance for students graduate program application process. If anyone has any questions they can contact me (email@example.com) or Jinji Yue (CEO) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the attached flyers for more information!
CGUSA Flyer 1
CGUSA Flyer 2
If you’re interested in applying to be a family care provider, please see the information below:
“Hello! I am an adorable eight year old girl with down syndrome who loves to sing and dance. I need someone to help me with developmental play, eating, and going potty. We will spend alot of time making learning fun! I also have two older siblings ( 13 and 15) who love to play with me. I need someone who can work a three hour shift in our home close to Clintonville. The schedule could be flexible for the right person and could have the potential of working 10 to 12 hours per week. If you like working with a child with special needs and can provide light housekeeping, please contact us. Some training will be provided along with competitive pay. Please let us know if you know someone who wants to make a difference in our child’s life.
Adapted Swim Instructor
Position Start Date: End of August 2019
- Conducts swim activities and lessons for children with disabilities in a one on one environment.
- For all program area staff; demonstrates advanced competence in work area, equipment maintenance, and program leadership;
- Attends regularly scheduled staff in-service training sessions and staff meetings; inspects activity space for hazards, reports hazards, and adjusts program accordingly;
- Maintains excellent customer service with all program and Department of Recreational Sports customers; cross promotes all programs to customers; follows department policies and procedures; submits program paperwork in a timely manner;
- Maintains recreation program equipment and supplies; requests equipment and supplies for programs; works with the entire Department to keep facilities clean, including picking up trash, putting equipment away, etc.
- Other duties as assigned.
Great Opportunity for those seeking a career in PT, OT, or disability studies.
Interested applicants can apply through Handshake, under adapted swim instructor recreational sports, Office of Student Life, The Ohio State University.
If interested applicants have additional questions they can contact Jenna Berg, the adaptive recreation coordinator at email@example.com
If you’re interested in working as a family care provider, please see the information below:
“Hello everyone! I am looking for someone who is looking for a few quick 3-4 hour shifts a week. We are very flexible and easy to work with. The job would entail helping us get our adorable & very bright 7 year old ready for school, helping out with activities of daily living, playing, reading, and occasional therapies. He has Cerebral Palsy, a g-tube, weighs 55lbs (there are ceiling lifts for transfers) and is cute as a button! Independent providers paid IO waiver rate. Pre-nursing/OT/PT/PA students welcome! Nice family. 🙂 Non-smokers, reliable with previous experience please. We live in Powell, Delaware County close to Home Rd and North Sawmill Rd. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.”
Are you working towards a career in healthcare or human services and need a credible and meaningful job experience? Are you interested in gaining hours of patient care experience while developing a network of colleagues and professional references? Begin your healthcare career by joining a compassionate team dedicated to providing quality support, enthusiasm and encouragement to the developmental disability community in Central Ohio.
Ohio At Home is seeking applicants for the position of Patient Care Associate, a service role involving tasks of daily living, behavioral and emotional support, community involvement and direct patient care. Key traits for a successful Patient Care Associate are patience, kindness, teamwork, a passion for service, and an eagerness to learn.
Although the bulk of Ohio At Home’s PCA staff is comprised of pre-health students, all majors and areas of interest are invited to apply. Scheduling is based on the university semester system and can accommodate academic and extracurricular commitments. Past patient care experience is not required to apply, but those with experience are also encouraged.
- You will work to carry out the established care/service plan on a consistent basis with the objective of encouraging the client to realize his or her full potential. You will maintain client safety while accomplishing daily living tasks and assisting the client in his or her personal and professional engagements. You must communicate all relevant client information to supervisors and the entire care team to foster an environment of compassion, safety and teamwork.
- High School Diploma
- Driver’s license
- Proof of car insurance
- CPR/First Aid certification (within 30 days of accepting employment)
- 8-hour continued education training per state mandate (to be provided by the agency)
To apply: complete the application at https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2595202&B_ID=91
Megan Delagrange, Client Relations Coordinator
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Office: (614) 800-0672 | Cell: (973) 202-5666
Students–are you looking for part-time work during the school year? Join the Nutrition Services team at Wexner Medical Center.
Please see the attached flyer for more information: Nutrition Services
The Art of Analysis brings OSU students to the Columbus Museum of Art for an evening of exploring art and developing analytical and empathetic skills needed for the medical profession. Please see the attached flyer for more information: