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FWS JOBS 2014-2015

If you are eligible for the Federal Work Study program in 2014-2015, we encourage you to review the positions below.

Take note of the Job Code listed with each position, as this will be needed to apply for the position.

Your application will be forwarded to the appropriate supervisor. If the supervisor would like to set up an interview, they will contact you directly.


School Age Tutor - Job Code 101
Department: Y Club (Before and After School Care) @ the West County YMCA
Multiple positions available

Basic Function: Assist children with homework and/or read to them in the Y Club Program in the after school setting.

Responsibilities and Authority: Arrive on time, be engaging with the children, give direction when assisting with homework, redirect any bad behavior.  Not authorized to be alone with any children or give direct discipline.  They must report to the site director any and all issues.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Be in good communication with both the school site and their supervisor with feedback and schedule changes.

Minimum Requirements: Must be available at least 1 hour each shift and at least 1 day a week.

Full position description available here: YMCA Job Description.
Job Code: 101


Office Assistant - Job Code 103
Department: Development Office @ Susan G. Komen of St. Louis
Multiple positions available

Basic Function: Assist the office with daily administrative activities and assist the Development Department with preparation for various events and fundraising initiatives.

Responsibilities and Authority: Arrive on time, help with assigned tasks, act in a professional manner and adhere to office expectations (no cell phone or social media use). Duties may include fielding telephone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing, creating spreadsheets, filing, and faxing. When assisting the Development Department, duties may include operations assistance for events, cold calls, and other various tasks for organizing/preparing for events and fundraising initiatives.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Dependability, cooperation, independent action/initiative, job knowledge, communication, organization/planning, accuracy, promptness and professionalism.

Minimum Requirements: Microsoft office software skills are required, as well as Internet research abilities and strong communication skills.

Job Code: 103


Program Assistant - Job Code 104
Department: Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
Multiple positions available

Basic Function: Assist various operations within our program based on agency needs and student interest. Some duties might include writing correspondence, date entry, filing, creating interview packets, etc.

Responsibilities and Authority: Should be organized and detail-oriented, able to work independently on projects, self-motivated, comfortable communicating with many different people, comfortable working with online databases and Excel.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Have good communication with site supervisor and able to work with various other staff as needed.

Minimum Requirements: Work hours/days are flexible, up to 10 hours per week.

Job Code: 104


Student Education Assistant - Job Code 105
Department: Education Programs @ Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis
Multiple positions available

Basic Function: General office work including but not limited to:  filing, copying and assembling program materials, data input, grading pre and posttest data.  Assisting in special research projects when needed.  Mail Room/Kit Room:  Preparing UPS and courier shipments, assist with program material storage upon delivery, maintain order in kit room and rebuild JA teaching kits.

Responsibilities and Authority: Arrive on time as committed.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Successfully complete each task in a timely manner.

Minimum Requirements: Student must be able to provide reliable transportation to and from the JA location.  In addition the Student Education Assistant must be highly organized, detail-oriented and committed to maintaining accuracy in regards to spelling.

Job Code: 105


Lucky Lane Nursery School - Job Code 106
12546 Conway Rd
(Located directly across the road from MBU’s Softball field)

Office Assistant Needed
Hours flexible M-F

Contact Ms. Debbie Raiser, Director, for more details on the duties.
314.434.4462
Job Code: 106


 

Accounts Payable Student Assistant - Job Code 303
Department: Business Office

Basic Function: Under the direct supervision of the Accounts Payable Lead Clerk, the Accounts Payable Student Assistant will help carry out day to day accounts payable tasks.

Responsibilities and Authority: Within the limits of authorized college policies, procedures, programs and budgets, the Accounts Payable Student Assistant is responsible for and has authority to accomplish the following duties: 1) Reconcile travel advances, 2) reconcile credit card statements, 3) verify expense reports, 4) record purchase order numbers into requisition book, 5) assist with student refunds, 6) enter invoices into Dynamics, 7) assist with running mail machine, 8) other duties as assigned.

Performance Measurement Criteria: An annual performance review is to be conducted by the Accounts Payable Lead Clerk.

Minimum Requirements: Preferred hire will have a background in accounting and familiarity with computers and data entry. The ability to follow specific instructions and carry out tasks with accuracy is a must. This position requires a team player with the ability to work well with others to complete tasks. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. A statement of Christian faith is also required.
Job Code: 303


Marketing & PR Assistant - Job Code 502
Department: Career Services

Basic Function: Works directly under Employment and Office Coordinator who reports to the Associate Dean of Students/Director of Career Services in organizing and maintaining services for students and alumni.

Responsibilities and Authority:
Assists Employment and Office Coordinator and Program Support Assistant with gathering and planning and organization of Career Services and Health and Wellness related events/programs. Assists Program Support Assistant with research and implementation of public relations, marketing and web maintenance for Career Services and Health & Wellness related events/programs. Assists in the marketing and promotion of all Career Services events. Assists with the implementation and maintenance of mentorship programs (alumni and student). Assists in researching and gathering resources for internship packet published twice per year. Assists with the production and mailing of the follow-up surveys to recent graduates, one year alumni and five year alumni to track employment and graduate school information after their time at MBU. Enters survey data into spreadsheets used for tracking information about students, alumni and employers that work with Career Services. Creates publications and materials to advertise job opportunities and other Career Services activities and events. Provides customer service to all students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors that enter Student Development. Assists with general functions of the Career Services Office and some areas which involve Student Development as a whole.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Yearly performance reviews.

Minimum Requirements: Familiarity with general office equipment including:  fax, copier computer, etc. Strong oral and written communication skills.  Must have excellent phone and people skills.  Must be a confident problem solver. Ability to utilize Microsoft applications including:  Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Publisher. Familiarity/experience with design programs, specifically Adobe Creative Suite. Must have the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently within the office of Student Development. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and a sense of ethics in dealing with matters that are of a sensitive nature. Must possess a sense of quality and standards for working in a professional office environment. Must have strong sense of customer service and the ability to serve and assist visitors that enter Career Services and/or Student Development.
Job Code: 502


General Office Assistant - Job Code 503
Department: Career Services

Basic Function: Works directly under Employment and Office Coordinator who reports to the Associate Dean of Students/Director of Career Services in organizing and maintaining services for students and alumni.

Responsibilities and Authority: Assists Employment and Office Coordinator with gathering and organizing of job postings that are received through the Career Services Office. Assists in researching and gathering resources for internship packet published twice per year. Assists with the production and mailing of the follow-up surveys to recent graduates, one year alumni and five year alumni to track employment and graduate school information after their time at MBU. Enters survey data into spreadsheets used for tracking information about students, alumni and employers that work with Career Services. Creates publications and materials to advertise job opportunities and other Career Services activities and events. Assists with the promotion and organization of Career Services events. Provides customer service to all students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors that enter Student Development. Assists with general functions of the Career Services Office and some areas which involve Student Development as a whole.

Performance Measurement Criteria: Yearly performance reviews.

Minimum Requirements: Familiarity with general office equipment including:  fax, copier computer, etc. Strong oral and written communication skills.  Must have excellent phone and people skills.  Must be a confident problem solver. Ability to utilize Microsoft applications including:  Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Publisher. Familiarity/experience with design programs, specifically Adobe Creative Suite. Must have the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently within the office of Student Development. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and a sense of ethics in dealing with matters that are of a sensitive nature. Must possess a sense of quality and standards for working in a professional office environment. Must have strong sense of customer service and the ability to serve and assist visitors that enter Career Services and/or Student Development.
Job Code: 503


Office Assistant - Job Code 510
Department: Student Development

Basic Function: Under the direct supervision of the Administrative Assistant to the Senior VP for Student Development, the part-time office assistants are responsible for the daily office organization and support within the Student Development office.

Responsibilities and Authority:  1.) Customer service oriented tasks. 2.) Organize and maintain student files and supplies. 3.) Setting up appointments, taking messages and answering phone calls. 4.) Forwarding mail. 5.) Working on various mailings throughout the year. 6.) Organize chapel attendance. 7.) Perform special duties as deemed necessary and assigned by the Administrative Assistant to the Senior VP for Student Development.

Performance Measurement Criteria: An annual performance review is to be conducted by the Administrative Assistant to the Senior VP for Student Development.  This review will include an assessment of the performance of all tasks related to the position, an analysis of the assistant’s strengths and weaknesses based on a review of the job description and recent performance and proposed personal and professional development.

Minimum Requirements: Personal Qualities -Energetic, detail oriented, flexible, positive and patient. Spiritual Qualities – Committed to Jesus Christ and active member of a local church. Interpersonal Skills – Self-disciplined, customer service oriented. Communication Skills – Must be able to communicate effectively (written and oral). Other Desirable Skills – Loyalty, confidentiality, and able to work for the common good of the University as a whole.
Job Code: 510


Student Worker – Job Code 517
Department: Student Activities

Basic Function: The Student Activities Student Assistants are responsible for researching ideas and designs, planning and executing events, attending meetings, organizing budgets, and helping with administrative tasks. This position will assist the Director and Assistant Director with other duties as assigned.

Responsibilities and Authority: 1.) Keeping track of spending and organizing budgets. 2.) Planning and coordinating meetings. 3.) Helping to plan, implement, and evaluate activities and events. 4.) Performing additional duties as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Student Activities.

Performance Measurement Criteria: An annual performance review is to be conducted by the Director and Assistant Director of Student Activities. This review will include a self-evaluation of specific tasks and duties, as well as an overall evaluation.

Minimum Requirements: Must be an enrolled MBU student.

Job Code: 517


Resident Life Housekeeping - Job Code 518
Department: Resident Life

Basic Function: Under the direct supervision of the Lead Housekeeper of Resident Life, the Housekeeper is responsible for the daily organization and maintenance of the Resident Housing including North Hall, Pillsbury Huff and Spartan Village.

Responsibilities and Authority:
This staff member is responsible for and has commensurate authority to accomplish the duties as follows:
1.  Clean all rooms, suite and apartments in preparation for new students and summer camps.
2.  Keep all storage areas clean and organized.
3.  Perform special duties as deemed necessary by the Lead Housekeeper or Director of    Resident Life.

Performance Measurement Criteria: An annual performance review is to be conducted by the Director of Resident Life. This review will include an assessment of the performance of all tasks related to the position; an analysis of the Housekeeper’s strengths and weaknesses based on a review of the job description and recent performance along with proposed personal and professional development.

Minimum Requirements:
Education and Experience:  High School Diploma
Personal Qualities:  Integrity, positive, detail-oriented, committed, confidentiality
Spiritual Qualities:  Committed to Jesus Christ and a history of faithful participation in a local church
Interpersonal Skills:  Self disciplined, self motivated, ability to work well with a variety of people
Other Desirable Qualities:  Loyalty, committed to completing assigned tasks, and able to work for the common good of the College as a whole.
Job Code: 518