Position: Student Employment Positions
Date posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Department: Human Resources
Location: Columbia, MO
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 Fall 2014 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 Human Resources, at 573-875-7495 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember, Student Employment is a competitive process, so follow-up is very important. Please stop by and visit with Human Resources in Missouri Hall room 123.
-* Data Entry-Graduate Studeies
Description: Responsible for data entry, copying and record keeping. Some data entry for Graduate Studies must be done within certain timelines that cannot be met without the help of a student worker.10 hours available Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. Above average computer skills, knowledge of Windows, attention to detail and dependability. Students with prior experience in Datatel are preferred.
-* Game Day Staff
Description: Game Day Staff members will work in a variety of roles during all home Volleyball, Men's or Women's Soccer, Men's or Women's Basketball games including other outside events. Roles will vary depending upon talents and comfort. Some positions include operating scoreboards, game film, instant replay, assisting with stats, helping with promotional activities, and assisting general game day operations. 10 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study Eligible. Applicant must be comfortable working in an athletic environment. They must be willing to work nights and weekends. They also must be service-oriented as many of our events are well attended. The applicant must be hard working and dedicated to working as many games/events as possible.
-* Library Student Assistant
Description: Greet patrons with a pleasant and customer friendly attitude. Assist patrons with the general use of the library reserving rooms, providing directions, etc. Perform materials check-out and check-in and other genearal circulation duties. Shelve materials. Assist patrons in locating materials. Answer telephones and transfer calls to appropriate personnel. Assist patrons using the computers, printers, and copy machines. Assist with the opening and closing of the library. Perform other duties as assigned. Hours are Sunday thru Thursday 8pm-Midnight. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Good communication skills. Ability to work well with other people. Keyboarding skills. Ability for detailed work. Ability to adhere to a schedule. Experience with Microsoft Office applications preferred. Special Requirements: Ability to reach and stoop while shelving. Ability to lift 20 pounds.
-* Food Service Utility Worker
Description: Employee is responsible for properly cleaning, washing and sanitizing all dishes and putting them away in their proper storage locations. Work area will be thoroughly cleaned daily and employee will be responsible for assisting with sweeping and mopping of entire food service area as directed by supervisor. Will also be responsible for trash removal and any other tasks assigned by supervisor.50 hours available. Qualifications: Can be Work Study or Work Program eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multi task. Experience with customer services, and previous food service experience preferred. Applicant will be required to take a 1 hour food handlers class and pass a basic food handling test administered by the city health department within 30 days of hire.
-* Tech Services- Network Services Assistant
Description: The Network Services Assistant position will work with the Colleges Network Services staff in monitoring, maintaining, and setting up various parts of the network infrastructure for Columbia College.20 hours available. Qualifications: Can be Work Study or Work Program eligible. Must strive for excellence in customer service and function as a proative customer advocate. Stong technical troubleshooting skills. Communicate clearly and accurately in verbal and written format. Needs a high level of energy and outgoing personality, as well as the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a minimum direction. Must be organized, have an attention to detail, use good judgment and ability to set priorities. Ability to describe issues in detail when escalating.
-* Writing Center
Description: This student would need excellent reading, writing, speaking skills in order to answer phones, take messages, schedule appointments, greet students, give students appropriate forms after ascertaining need, providing grammar and vocabulary for the day, keeping statistics for the center, revising , copying, and purveying flyers, filing, maintaining all contacts, etc. with MPS, keeping up supplies, providing advertising for various activities of the center (Scrabble games, etc.), doing a lot of administrative support for the Festival of Writing, and other administrative support errands as needed delivering items, attending training and meetings, etc. 5 hours available. Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. A Columbia College student who has some background in computer skills, excel, has good grammar, spelling, and some editing skills, who knows how to interact with the public good customer service skills yet can set boundaries, eye for detail, overall pleasant and knowledgeable in dealing with people even when they are panicked about academic papers.
-* Events,Protocol and Design
Description: Provides assistance with the following tasks: Assist in general office duties (e.g., answer phones, file, staff meeting notes (types and files in electronic file) assemble packets, prepare envelopes for mailings, completes journal entries, research assignments, delivers print materials throughout assigned areas on Campus. Assist with preparation and set up of activities and events. Promotional products: fill orders received, prepare paperwork and deliver to MPS, manage the inventory, receive, organize and maintain stock. All other duties as assigned. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. Must be a reliable and independent worker in a fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multi-task. Experience with customer service. Must be courteous, friendly and polite, and be comfortable working with CC personnel. Excellent computer skills, Microsoft Office is preferred. Ability to work as a team player.
-* Banks Office Assistant
Description: Employee will do the following: Sign confidentiality agreement for Res. Life and Student Affairs. Work in the office after hours or hours when the AC 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. Weekly check of lounges to ensure furniture and accessories are as they should be. Weekly meeting with AC about position and personal development. Answer phone 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 AC in reviewing, scanning and filing paperwork. Responsible for keeping Campus Event boards clean looking by organizing material and removing outdated information. As always in Student Affairs, other duties as assigned. 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.
-* Chemistry Lab Assistant Science (Dr. James)
Description: Student will assist in organizing chemistry laboratories and in updating and maintaining chemical inventories. 8 hours available. Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. Knowledge of general chemistry. Basic computer knowledge. Good organizational skills.
-* Academic Affairs Office Assistant
Description: Assist with day-to-day activities for the Academic Affairs office and Academic Affairs Advising Staff during the school year. Provide administrative assistance with maintaining advising files and assist with coordinating projects. Filing, data entry and assistance with phones will be required. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Can be work study or work program eligible. Ability to work independently and as part of a group. Dependable, detailed oriented and able to maintain confidentiality. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
-* 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.20 hours available. Qualifications: Can be work study or work program eligible. 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. 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.
-* Volunteer Room Worker/Helper/Front Desk Receptionist
Description: Provide assistance with the following tasks: Assist with repacking and/or sorting of food. Assist with maintaining the Volunteer Room and processing equipment cleanliness utilizing superior housekeeping and sanitary techniques. Assist with work area set-up and break-down for each specific project. Assist with inventory on Volunteer Room supplies. Assist as receptionist at front desk receiving volunteers/donors. Work at all times to maintain the image of The Food Bank as a positive one in the public view, most specifically as it pertain to the critical nature of volunteer relations. All other duties as assigned. 30 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Must be flexible and available to work varied hours. Must be comfortable working with diverse and multiple individuals and groups. Must be courteous, friendly, and polite. Ability to lift 25 pounds. Ability to work as a team player.
-* Nursing Department Student Worker
Description: The Nursing Department Student Worker assists in the day to day operations of the Nursing Program, including receiving and assisting students, faculty, and others, both in person and by phone and performs clerical and secretarial functions with accountability to the Nursing Site Coordinator. 20 hrs available. Qualifcations: Must be Work Study eligible. Good communication skills. Secretarial experience preferred.
-* Registration and Financial Services (RFS) Ambassador
Description: The RFS Ambassador will serve students in both the call center and walk-in center, will counsel students regarding eligibility for federal, state, and institutional aid programs, assist students with payments and/or questions in reference to their account, and register students for courses. In addition, will assist with special projects throughout the year. Other duties as assigned. 25 hours available. Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. Applicant must be able to work in a very fast- paced, ever changing environment, and switching gears as needed. Must work a consistent schedule. Ability to attend to detail. Outgoing/friendly attitude. Be dependable and trustworthy. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with customer service, computer skills, and efficiency in Microsoft Office is preferred.
-* Office of the Registrar- SRT
Description: Transcripts Assistant assists 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. Student Records Assistant assists with packaging/mailing diplomas, proofreading transcripts and mailing labels, completing the posting status in Colleague and compilation of graduation letters in diploma covers for Commencement. Provides assistance with scanning registration documents and various forms and indexing into OnBase, completing enrollment verifications for outside agencies, filing of all registration forms, various Commencement related activities, preparing form packets for Connections events and Advising Week. 25 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Must have a strong attention to detail; positive and friendly attitude. Must have good communication skills and be able to manage confidential information. Must be comfortable working on a team or independently.
-* 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.35 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible.Must strive for excellence in customer service and function as a proactive customer advocate.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.Needs a high level of energy and outgoing personality, as well as the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a minimum of direction.
-* Human Resources Office Assistant:
Description:Office Assistant serves as application processor who updates applicant spreadsheet with current/ update application information. Are also in charge of taking care of re-apply application request. Assistant will serve as backup for forwarding applications to hiring managers in the absence of the Administrative Assistant. Student Assistants are back up to the Administrative Assistant for first point of contact for all walk in traffic and incoming phone calls to ensure all customers receive outstanding customer services. Assistants maintain filing for personnel, benefit, and student files which keeps all files up to date. Assistant will also be responsible for creating and maintaining new employee packets for student employees, part time employees and full time employees. Assistants serve as back up for escorting interview candidates to their interview locations. Responsible for corresponding with student employees in regards to their application status. Forward applications based on eligibility to hiring managers. Participating and / or assisting with planning Connections Days, and National Student Employment Appreciation Week Activities as well as other HR sponsored events. Student Assistants are cross trained to assistant all members of the HR office. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible.Applicant must be able to work in a very fast paced, ever changing environment. Ability to multitask. Experience with customer services is a must. Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite is required.
-* Admissions Telecounselor:
Description:Telecounselor duties are as follows: communicate with prospective and admitted Columbia College students over the phone regarding upcoming campus events and deadlines that pertain to becoming a CC student. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible.Applicant must be pleasant and personable on the phone and able to professionally represent Columbia College. They should be comfortable working with others and self-motived when given a task. Preferred: experience in a customer service roll and basic knowledge of Microsoft Office.
-* Financial Aid Work Study:Packaging:
The Financial Aid Work Study will run/review degree audits, assist with electronic loan certification, send electronic checklists, assist in completing consortium agreements, work assigned packaging reports, and complete various tasks as assigned.15 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible.Strong attention to detail and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel) is required.
-* 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 Student Assistant position will support a broad range of data support needs. Responsibilities:General Data Entry.Creation of forms and templates.Process mapping and data dictionary documentation.Creating and updating spreadsheets.Create and Edit training videos.Edit and help with design of webpages.5 to 10 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible.Strong Microsoft Office skills especially with Excel and Access.High attention to detail.Experience with SharePoint, InfoPath, Visio, PowerPoint, and OneNote are a plus.Previous office experience preferred.
-* Document Imaging Center Staff Assistant: Mail, Imaging and Printing Services (MIPS)
Assist with the digital archiving of historic and back student records, as well as assist with other college wide document imaging special projects. Prepare documents for scanning, operate high speed scanner, perform detailed inspection of scanned digital files, sort, alphabetize and file various forms, perform basic data entry and other duties as assigned. 25 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study eligible. Student must demonstrate organizational skills and be dependable; ability to pay high attention to detail and work collaboratively with others is needed for this position.Preferred Qualifications: Document imaging and indexing experience, filing experience, experience with Microsoft Office (Excel & SharePoint) and Adobe Acrobat, able to work during scheduled school breaks.Special Work Conditions:The Document Imaging facility is located at the Main Campus in Columbia.Will need to be able to lift approximately 30 pounds.
-* Admissions Receptionist
Description: Receptionist duties are as follows: Assist the Admissions Student Services Coordinator with front desk operations of the Admissions office; answer main line admissions phone; greet visitors to the office; direct calls and visitors to the appropriate admissions staff member or office on campus; open and log all incoming mail/process returned mail; maintain visitor log; data entry; keep reception area and coffee bar cleaned and organized and other duties as assigned. 24 hours available. Qualifications: Must be Work Study or Work Program eligible.Applicant must be dependable and able to work independently in a very fast paced, changing environment. Ability to multitask is essential. Experience with customer service and Microsoft Office (especially Excel), as well as other computer skills, are preferred.
OPEN POSITIONS for Nationwide Campuses -
-* Hunter, GA Office Assistant
Description: Student worker will primarily greet and assist students, faculty and staff in person, on the telephone and via email. Filing data entry responsibilities may also be expected. Office Assistant will also be responsible for organizing and preparing rooms for classes; assisting with various projects throughout the year and complete other duties as assigned. 20 hours available. Qualifications: Must be work study eligible. Applicant must be able to work a flexible schedule. Be dependable, self motivated, patient, courteous, trustworthy and detail oriented. Should have excellent computer literacy, a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously with attention to detail; and general secretarial skills
-* Kansas City Campus Office Assistant
Description: Assist with day-to-day clerical functions, including but not limited to, copying, filing, data entry, scanning/document imaging, shredding. Assist with front desk activities, including but not limited to, answering phone calls and managing walk-in traffic. Assist with outreach to current, past, and prospective students via phone or email. Assist with routine classroom cleaning, including but not limited to, cleaning tables and whiteboards, stocking markers and erasers, moving classroom furniture as needed. Maintain all campus bulletin boards. Maintain faculty workroom and student lounge areas. Provide support when needed during staff absence. Assist with various projects through the year, including but not limited to, Kansas City Commencement, honor society induction ceremonies, faculty meetings, and hosting/sponsorship of other special meetings. All other duties as assigned. 10 hous available. Qualifications: Must be Work-study eligible. Flexible schedule (ability to work evening and weekend hours occasionally with advance notice). Ability to work in fast-paced environment. Personal attributes to include pleasant and courteous demeanor, dependability, ability to work independently or with team, patience, detail orientation, self-motivation, ability to maintain confidentiality. Strong oral and written communication and analytic skills preferred. Prior experience with customer service preferred. Computer literacy, especially with Microsoft Office products, is required. Business casual dress required
-* Salt Lake Campus Office Assistant
Description: Office Assistant will primarily be performing filing and data entry responsibilities. Greeting and assisting students, faculty, and staff in person, on the telephone, and via e-mail may also be expected. Sorting paperwork in student files in preparation for scanning by staff. Office Assistant will also be responsible for cleaning tables, boards, and preparing classrooms for classes. Office Assistant will also be responsible for assisting with various projects throughout the year and complete other duties as assigned. Work hours flexible. 16 hours per week. Some weekend work may be required. Qualifications: Applicant must be work-study eligible; must be able to work a flexible schedule. Be dependable, self-motivated, patient, courteous, trustworthy and detail oriented. Should have excellent computer literacy a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to multitask with attention to detail; and general secretarial skills. Business casual dress required.
1. If you are interested in applying for a specific department other than listed on your application, please contact 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.