Position: Student Employment Positions
Date posted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Department: Human Resources
Term: Student employment
WELCOME TO THE STUDENT EMPLOYMENT JOB LISTINGS!
Student Employment offers flexible schedules to work around your class schedule while gaining work experience. Student Employment is also a great way to get connected with CC!
Below is a list of available on-campus and community service student employment positions for Summer 2013 and Fall 2013 with Columbia College. These positions are for currently enrolled - at least half time Columbia College students only. Read more about student employment positions at Columbia College.
In order to be considered for a job on campus you will need to complete an application for Student Employment.
Please do not contact the individual departments. Question regarding the following positions should be directed to Julie Rinehart, Assistant Director of Human Resources. You can reach Julie at 573-875-7282 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, Student Employment is a competitive process, so follow-up is very important. Please stop by and visit with Julie. She can be found in Missouri Hall room 123.
OPEN POSITIONS for Summer 2013 (May 6 - July 28):
-* AHE - Personnel
Description: The student worker will help with the following tasks: AP filing, making copies, voucher assembly, and delivery as needed; organization and maintenance of state files; help prepare for bi-annual director's conference which includes making copies, assembling binders, set-up and tear down of conference; data entry as needed for budget and personnel office projects; help front office with projects as needed; maintain organization of break room; other duties as assigned. Work hours are Flexible, 14 hours; these hours are for summer only. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicants must be able to multi-task and prioritize based on deadlines. Strong computer and analytical skills required.
-* Mail and Print Services
Description: Provide assistance to full time Mail and Print Services employees to manage postal, small package and campus mail receiving, delivery, processing and distribution. Process (fold, tab or insert) printed matter according to USPS and Columbia College standards. Assist with handwork required for job completion (fold, staple, insert, sort, apply stamps, seal envelopes, etc.) Lift boxes up to 30 pounds. Capable of basic Windows computer operation to include package receiving, shipping and delivery software. Work hours flexible Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.; 48 hours; these hours may roll over into fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must have a high school diploma, ability to regularly lift and carry 15 pounds and work a consistent schedule. Preferred qualifications: The applicant must be familiar with Microsoft Office Suite; mail center operations and the college environment.
-* Science - Laboratory Assistant/Technician
Description: Provide assistance with general lab maintenance and cleanliness; assist with lab preparation and setting up class materials; working directly with instructors to meet class specific needs; making solutions and reagents by Molarity and percent solution (w/v ; v/v); assist with inventory on chemicals and supplies; display customer service skills when working with instructors and students; stocking incoming chemicals and supplies in their respective storage areas. All other duties as assigned. Work hours flexible. 15 hours; these hours may roll over into fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be willing to learn new lab techniques as needed; have strong science and laboratory background, however, those willing to learn practices and techniques are welcome as well. The applicant must be courteous, friendly and polite; stand and work for prolonged periods; work as a team and be respectful of colleagues is essential.
-* Tech Services - End User Support Assistant
Description: Individuals will assist with work station and software deployment. Duties include setting up computers and preparing them for staff use. Job will also include other duties as assigned. Work hours are Flexible Monday - Friday, 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The individual must have extensive experience with computer hardware and software; experience troubleshooting technology equipment; ability to multitask and learn quickly; customer service experience; communicate clearly and accurately in verbal and written format, including the ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical users. The individual must interact in a pleasant, cooperative and timely manner with internal and external personnel at all levels; must be organized, have an attention to detail, use good judgment and have the ability to set priorities.
-* Admissions Office Assistant
Description: Office Assistant duties are as follows: Work the front desk; Open and log all incoming mail/process returned mail; data entry; assist Admissions Counselors in communicating with prospective students; Aide Operations Staff in processing and preparing student files; Prepare and send out mailings and letters/emails; Assist and setup for Admissions Sponsored campus events; Inventory management of publications and promotional items; Special projects as needed; other duties as assigned. Work hours are Negotiable Monday - Thurs, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 45 hours, 22 of these hours may carry over into fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multi-task. Preferred qualifications: Experience with customer services, and Microsoft Office (especially Excel), as well as other computer skills.
-* Financial Aid Work Study - Packaging
Description: The Financial Aid Work Study will run degree audits, assist with electronic loan certification, send electronic checklists, assist in completing consortiums, work assigned packaging reports, and complete various tasks as assigned. Work hours are Monday - Friday Between 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., 30 hours; 25 of these hours may roll over into the fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Strong attention to detail and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel) is required.
-* Financial Aid - Verification
Description: Financial Aid Work Study will be sending electronic checklists, analysis of verification documents like federal taxes; FAFSA; and other documents; assist with footprint tickets; and various other tasks as assigned. Work hours are Monday - Friday Between 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., 10 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multi-task. Computer experience with Microsoft Office especially Excel spreadsheets if preferred.
-* Events, Protocol and Design Student Assistant
Description: The applicant will assist with general office duties (e.g., answer phones, file, assemble packets, prepare envelopes for mailings, transpose written meeting notes to word document; complete journal entries; assist with preparation & set up of activities and events; fill promotional item orders received, prepare & deliver to MPS; keep inventory of promotional items; keep promotional item shelves organized and stocked in STC 3 and in storage area; deliver, pull & restock various items from Dulany Storage room. All other duties as assigned. Work hours are Monday - Friday Between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be a reliable and independent worker in a fast paced, ever changing environment; ability to multi-task; must be comfortable working with diverse and multiple individuals and groups; experience with customer service; must be courteous, friendly and polite; excellent computer skills - Microsoft Office is preferred and the ability to work as a team player.
-* Project Management Assistant - Tech Services
Description: Assist the Director of Project Management and Associate Project Manager with clerical tasks, including updating project information, inputting new projects and creating reports. In addition, the employee will be expected to schedule meetings, create agendas and send to the team members, attend project meetings and take notes and send notes to the project team. Work hours are 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Days are Flexible; 20 hours per week. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Skills with MS Office, ability to type 50 words per minute.
-* Technology Services Lab Assistant
Description: The Lab Assistant position involves the monitoring of the Columbia College open computer labs in Buchanan Hall, The Tenth Street Center, and/or Federal Hall. When in Buchanan Hall the lab assistant will also assist instructors as needed in the two classroom computer labs. Lab Assistants will assist customers in troubleshooting basic computer problems as well as attending to lab hardware (computers, printer, scanner, and copier). More complex software and hardware will be escalated to the Lab Coordinator for resolution. Work hours are Flexible, 91 hours; these hours may roll over into the fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study or Work Program eligible. The Lab Assistant must strive for excellence in customer service and function as a proactive customer advocate; have strong technical troubleshooting skills; proficient skills in Microsoft applications and operating systems, including Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, Outlook and Windows 7; communicate clearly and accurately in verbal and written format, including the ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical clients and users; a high level of energy and outgoing personality, as well as the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a minimum of direction. The Lab Assistant must be organized, have an attention to detail, use good judgment and ability to set priorities, and the ability to describe issues in detail when escalating.
-* Technology Services - Office Assistant
Description: The Technology Services Office Assistant will be responsible for customer service, filing, data entry, making copies, scanning, sorting and distributing incoming mail, maintaining office supplies and inventory, and miscellaneous errands around campus. Work hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., 20 hours; 20 of these hours may roll over into the fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The student that fills this position should be punctual; detail oriented, self-motivated and must have strong organizational skills.
-* Veterans Service Center Student Worker - Student Records and Transcripts
Description: The applicant must greet students, collect VA paperwork, assist with filing, faxing and scanning. The applicant will perform basic data entry, maintain VA student files, create VA information packets and assist with special projects. Other duties as assigned. Work hours are Monday-Friday/Flexible; 30 hours, these hours may carry over into fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Minimum qualifications: The applicant must have an outgoing/friendly attitude, have attention to detail, be dependable and trustworthy, and ability to work a consistent schedule.Preferred qualifications: Filing experience, computer skills and ability to work during scheduled school breaks.
OPEN POSITIONS for Freeport, IL - Summer 2013 (May 6 - July 28):
-* Student Worker-Freeport, IL
Description: This position reports to the Director of the Freeport campus. The student will assist in the organization; implementation of Campus Graduation Ceremony; maintenance of campus scholarship database; hold office hours for tutoring and website navigation skill teaching. The student will assist in identifying needs of walk-in students and prospects to make appropriate referral to campus team members. The student will answer the multi-line phone system, assist caller, transfer calls accordingly; assist with day-to-day clerical functions; assist with all outgoing mail, shipping; coordinate, contribute to the success of recruitment and retention programs, and other duties as assigned. Work hours are Mon - Fri/Flexible 15 hours per week, hours may roll over into the fall. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must have experience with D2L, Cougar Track and Microsoft Office Suite. The applicant must have a High School Diploma, GED or Associates Degree Considered; excellent oral and written communication skills; excellent critical thinking, organizational, promotional and long-term planning skills. The applicant must work effectively both as a team and independently.
OPEN POSITIONS for St. Louis - Summer 2013 (May 6 - July 28):
-* Office Assistant-St. Louis, MO
Description: Office Assistant duties are as follows: assist with the front desk; data entry; assist Campus Admissions Manager in communicating with prospective students; aide administrative staff in processing and preparing student files; prepare and send out mailings and letters/emails; assist in preparations for Admissions sponsored campus events; assist with document imaging; work with campus SCO; assist with special projects as needed; other duties as assigned. Work hours are M - Th 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Fridays 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. 20 hours per week. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must have a High School Diploma or equivalent; The applicant must be able to work in a very fast-paced, ever-changing environment and maintain a positive work ethic. Ability to fluently read, write and understand the English language; ability to work independently; proficiency in using a computer and able to learn basic data entry experience with Microsoft Office. The applicant must have good attention to details; the ability to maintain student confidentiality and experience with customer service.
OPEN POSITIONS for Fall 2013 (July 29 - December 15):
-* Administrative Aide - Enrollment Management
Description: The applicant will answer phone calls; coordinate and maintain office calendar on Microsoft; Outlook; assist with administrative tasks associated with the office; coordinate meetings with other offices; create and maintain PowerPoint slides for executive presentations; schedule conference rooms for meetings; assist with travel planning to include reservations; produce letters, emails, making phone calls for various enrollment projects; coordinate Enrollment Management Campus Visits to Missouri Campuses and assist in preparation of enrollment reports and graphs. All other duties as assigned Work hours are Flexible Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., 21 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision; computer proficiency with working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite; excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; ability to maintain confidentiality of student records accessed; ability to work as a team player; and able to make efficient use of time and multi-task effectively.
-* Math Tutor - Bruce Math Center
Description: The applicant will provide individualized academic support designed to improve a student's understanding of math problems and concepts. Assist full time staff with other activities required to keep the Center presentable such as tidying tables, sharpening pencils, etc. Work hours vary, Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 13 hours; these hours are for summer only. Qualifications: Must be Work Study or Work Program eligible. The applicant must be proficient in mathematics through Calculus II and have excellent communication skills. Preference given to students preparing to teach mathematics. A letter of recommendation from a member of the Columbia College mathematics faculty is required and should be sent directly to Susan Hughes, Coordinator of the Math Center.
-* Banks Office Assistant
Description: The applicant will sign a confidentiality agreement for Residential Life and Student Affairs; Work in the office after hours or hours when the Area Coordinator is not present during the day to provide students with access to hall amenities; provide lock-out assistance when needed; know the resources on campus in case students need a referral to some other area; ensure storage and supply areas are kept accessible and tidy. The applicant is required to make weekly check of lounges to ensure furniture and accessories are as they should be; weekly meeting with Area Coordinator about position and personal development. The applicant will answer phones when necessary; deliver and retrieve items from MPS; design and distribute marketing materials for events, hall closure, important information for students, break housing information, etc. (Marketing is not limited to these items.); assist Area Coordinator in reviewing , scanning and filing paper. The applicant will be responsible for keeping Campus Event boards clean looking by organizing material and removing outdated information. Other duties as assigned. Work hours are Monday - Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. 10 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Student needs to be living in Banks or Hughes Hall and have a GPA of 2.5 or above.
-* Institutional Research Student Assistant
Description: The Institutional Research office provides technical, organizational and analytical support for a broad range of Columbia College data needs, originating both internally and externally. The Institutional Research Assistant position will support a broad range of data support needs. The responsibilities or the applicant will be general data entry; creation of forms and templates; process mapping and data dictionary documentation; creating and updating spreadsheets. Work hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must have strong Microsoft Office skills especially with Excel and Access. Preferred qualifications: Experience with, SharePoint, InfoPath, Visio, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Previous office experience.
-* Miller Hall Office Worker
Description: The applicant will provide assistance for the following tasks, day to day administrative task; develop forms, spread sheets, and PowerPoint slides; answer phones; post fliers and update bulletin boards in Miller Hall; create promotional material for Residential Life programs; assist with Residential Programs and Activities; room lock outs and equipment check out. Other duties as assigned. Work hours are Monday - Friday, Flexible; 10 hours available. Qualifications Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be a resident of Miller Hall; flexible and available to work varied hours; comfortable working with diverse individuals; provide good customer service; working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
-* Registration and Financial Services (RFS) Administrative Aide
Description: Assist with RFS reports/statistics, cashiering functions, data entry, and switchboard coverage. File and shred documents. Develop forms, spreadsheets, and other office documents. Assist with various projects throughout the year and other duties as assigned by RFS staff. Work hours are Flexible Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 15 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Must be able to work in a very fast paced ever changing environment; provide excellent customer service; must work a consistent schedule must have attention to detail. Outgoing/friendly attitude. Be dependable and trustworthy. Preferred qualifications: Experience with customer service, computer skills, and efficiency in Microsoft Office.
-* Student Coach - Education
Description: Provide assistance with the following tasks: Building and maintaining established relationships with area agencies as a representative of the Education Department: Boys and Girls Club, Moving Ahead in the Blind Boone Center, Ped Net Walking School Bus, and Granny's House. Current distance from Columbia College to agencies is less than 1 mile. The applicant will be observing and providing feedback to students and the instructors (Dr. Weston and Dr. VanDover) in Service Learning Placements. The applicant will compile data and training information for a resource notebook on the agencies. Work hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. varied hours; 5 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be flexible and available to work varied hours. The applicant must be courteous, friendly, and polite. The applicant must have experience with Microsoft Office. The applicant must have a consistent vehicle for travel requirements. Preferred qualification: Graduate student with previous teaching experience.
-* Student Development Office Wellness Education Creative Specialist
Description: The Wellness Education Creative Specialist will research, plan and create educational displays and implement wellness and prevention education events hosted by the office of Student Development. They will develop advertising, publicity and facilitation of passive programming and special events. They will also design and implement a social norming campaign each semester. With the tabling of the Peer Education program, this position will provide majority of the prevention outreach for the day campus population and carry out national prevention campaigns. Work hours are Flexible Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 10 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment and have the ability to multi-task. Applicant must be a self-starter and able to work independently. Creative and artistic skills are a must. Experience with customer service and proficiency on the computer, utilizing Microsoft Office; PowerPoint, Prezi and Adobe Creative Design program, is preferred. They will be utilized to research and create advertising and marketing for the office's programs including computer generated flyers, hand drawn posters and display instillations. They will also be requested to make contact with other community constituents as well as other duties as assigned.
-* Student Records and Transcripts Assistant
Description: The applicant will assist with processing transcript requests, answering calls regarding the process/status of requests, data entry of request information into Colleague, updating address information, processes payment information for priority status requests and filing/purging form and other duties as assigned. The applicant will assist with packaging/mailing diplomas, proofreading transcripts and mailing labels, completing the posting status in Colleague and compilation of graduation letters in guard covers for Commencement. They also assist with scanning registration documents and various forms and indexing into OnBase, completing verifications for outside agencies via forms, filing of all registration forms from nationwide campuses, various Commencement related activities, preparing form packets for Connections events and Advising Week. Work hours are Flexible Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; 15 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. The applicant must be able to work a consistent schedule; have attention to detail; have an outgoing/friendly attitude; be dependable and trustworthy. Preferred qualification: Filing experience.
-* Sports Information student worker (Athletics Office)
Description: Office Assistant serves as statistical keeper for all sports and includes working during games and other athletic events. Assistant will spend majority of time inputting data and filing for department. Work hours are Flexible; 15 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multi-task and be flexible with hours. Experience with creative suite and Microsoft office preferred.
1. If you are interested in applying for a specific department other than listed on your application, please contact Julie Rinehart, Assistant Director of Human Resources, at email@example.com listing which position(s) you would like to apply for.Please remember that when apply for a position you are not guaranteed placement in the student employment program.
2. Your application will be sent to the department requested if a position is open.
3. If that department is interested in interviewing you for a position, they will contact you by phone or Cougar mail.
4. Please give the process of getting your application in the database 10-12 business days.
If you have not filled out a student employment application, please do so.
If you would like to find out if you have been awarded work study, please contact Registration and Financial Services at 800-231-2391 x7390 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember the more initiative you show through the application process, the more often your application will be sent. Please remember there is no guarantee of Student Employment at Columbia College.
The offer of employment and assignment to duties is contingent upon a satisfactory criminal background check. The information may include, but is not limited to, academic, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, disciplinary, employment history, credit history, driving history, and criminal history of public record.
Interested applicants can apply online at www.ccis.edu, or by submitting a completed Columbia College application, resume and cover letter to:
Columbia College Human Resources
1001 Rogers Street
Columbia, MO 65216
or via fax (573) 875-7266
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Columbia College is an equal opportunity employer.