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Work Study Jobs 2019-2020

FWS JOBS 

If you are eligible for the Federal Work Study program, 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.


Off Campus/Community Service Positions
These positions are off campus, but provide flexible scheduling and higher pay than most other work study positions.

Activity Assistant/Tutor - Featured Position

TITLE Activity Assistant/Tutor
JOB CODE CS-101
DEPARTMENT School Age Care Adventure Club, Parkway-Rockwood Community Education Department
BASIC FUNCTION Under general direction of the Adventure Club Facilitator, is responsible for providing personal instruction and homework help and the everyday activities the Adventure Club program offers.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Assist in providing an encouraging, caring and safe environment for children.  Assist with homework and literacy needs of the children, interact and communicate with children in a positive and effective manner.  Report to work as scheduled, be active and engaging with children, follow directives from Supervisor, redirect bad behavior, attend required job training, and work cooperatively as a team member.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow established guidelines to assure safety and accountability.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Knowledge and experience working with children and must pass a background screening.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Attendant - Child Watch Program

TITLE Child Watch Program – Attendant 1
JOB CODE CS-120
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Under the general guidance of the Child Watch Supervisor, is responsible for assisting with the overall program, supervision of children and day to day operation of the Child Watch program, ensuring children’s needs are being met, maintaining an environment that ensures children’s safety, planning and implementing developmental activities that support children’s social and emotional growth.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Maintain positive interactions with children, parents, and staff, guide and assist in planning developmentally appropriate activities and experiences, use positive verbal and non-verbal communication with children to build trust and stable relationships, ensure children’s safety, keep a neat and clean appearance, maintain quality customer service, keep up-to-date records, take care of all children’s hygiene requirements, serve as a relationship builder, be willing to substitute in any area with flexibility and a positive attitude.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Be at least 16 years of age, at least one year of experience working with infants, toddlers, and/or preschoolers, have the ability to relate to children, parents, and staff, become CPR/First Aid certified within the YMCA established timeline, complete YMCA required training within the YMCA established timeline.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Early Childhood Education Assistant Teacher

TITLE Early Childhood Education Assistant Teacher
JOB CODE CS-121
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Under the general direction of the Early Childhood Education Program Director & Lead Teacher, responsible for assisting with the overall program, supervision of children and day-to-day operation of the Early Childhood program.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Ensure the individual needs of the children are met, maintain positive relationships with many diverse people, including staff, parents, volunteers and program site administration, maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety and well-being, plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that advance all areas of children’s development and learning, including social, emotional, intellectual and physical competence, guide and assist in development of program content with Project Construct Theory of “Hands On Minds’ On” learning approach, participate in branch fundraisers.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Be at least 18 years of age, at least 3 years of experience working with children, hold at least a CDA; or 2 years toward Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood; Child Development-Family Studies; Elementary Education with focus in Early Childhood, be working toward Voluntary Accreditation staff education and experience, have the ability to relate to children, parents, and staff, become CPR/First Aid certified within the YMCA established timeline, complete YMCA required training within the YMCA established timeline, pass medical and background screenings.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Early Childhood Education Teacher

TITLE Early Childhood Education Teacher
JOB CODE CS-122
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Under the general direction of the Early Childhood Education Program Director, is responsible for assisting with the overall program, supervision of children and day-to-day operation of the YMCA Early Childhood Education program.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Ensure the individual needs of the children are met for proper coordination of the program within the site, maintain positive relationships with many diverse people, including staff, parents, volunteers and program site administration, maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety and well being, plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that advance all areas of children’s development and learning, including social, emotional, intellectual and physical competence, guide and assist in development of program content with Project Construct Theory of “Hands On Minds’ On” learning approach, participate in branch fundraisers, supervise and mentor assistant teachers.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Be at least 20 years of age, at least 1 to 2 years of experience working with children, hold at least a CDA; or 2 years toward Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood; Child Development-Family Studies; Elementary Education with focus in Early Childhood, be working toward Voluntary Accreditation staff education and experience, have the ability to relate to children, parents, and staff, become CPR/First Aid certified within the YMCA established timeline, complete YMCA required training within the YMCA established timeline, pass medical and background screenings.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Learning Lab Instructor

TITLE Learning Lab Instructor
JOB CODE CS-123
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Provide instruction in Reading and Math to school-age students attending the after-school Learning Lab in either a school setting or YMCA branch.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Supervise students using literacy and math software in an after-school Learning Lab, provide assistance and information to literacy tutors and parents with children in the literacy program, explain software and assist students using educational software, select and write lessons for students based on results of pre-and post-testing, track and maintain instructional materials used in the branch during learning lab hours, submit lesson plans, attendance, and pre- and post-testing data in an efficient and timely manner, explain and provide information about all three YMCA literacy programs, attend required trainings and professional development activities.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Education: A high school diploma or GED is required. Post-secondary course work in education, social work or human services is preferred. Maintain current CPR-PR, AED, O2 and First Aid certification, strong oral and written communication skills, excellent organizational skills, able to observe and manage a group of youth and adults., able to assign lessons involving computer software and assess progress, able to comfortably work with diverse groups of students including making accommodations for students with disabilities.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Lifeguard

TITLE Lifeguard
JOB CODE CS-124
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Ensure the safety and welfare of all participants in and around the pool.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Interpret and enforce pool rules and policies to ensure safety of all participants and swimmers, execute emergency procedures as needed, promote the YMCA swimming programs, lock and secure all pool doors when pool is closed, keep accurate records as required, e.g. incident reports, daily checklist, take responsibility to close pool when necessary for weather or fecal incidents, perform all duties with honesty, caring, respect, responsibility, and faith, other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Currently certified in YMCA Lifeguard or Red Cross Lifeguard with CPRAED for the Professional Rescuer, Oxygen Administration and First Aid. Must crossover to YMCA Lifeguard or attain certifications within 30 days.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Swim Instructor

TITLE Swim Instructor
JOB CODE CS-125
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Provide leadership to instructional areas of Aquatic programs according to the YMCA Aquatic Program Model.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Ensure all classes are taught with the safety of the participant foremost, follow pool rules at all times, modeling for the participants, instruct swim classes in accordance with Gateway Region YMCA guidelines so that participants progress through skills, develop positive relationships with participants and provide motivational support and guidance, communicate with parents or custodial adult on the progress of the child, perform all duties with caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, and faith, other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Attain CPRAED for the Professional Rescuer, Oxygen Administration, First Aid and YMCA Swim Lesson Instructor within 30 – 60 days of hire.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Group Leader - Y Club

TITLE Group Leader – Y Club
JOB CODE CS-126
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Assisting with the overall program, supervision of children and day-to-day operation of the Y-Club program.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned of by the Y-Club Site Director, Program Director and/or designee, ensure the individual needs of the children are met for proper coordination of the program within the site, utilize solid judgment and discretionary skills as well as make independent decisions that will affect the Gateway Region YMCA and its departments, maintain positive relationships with many diverse people, including staff, parents, volunteers and program site administration and demonstrate strong public relation skills, ensure YMCA policies and guidelines are followed at all times, maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety and well being, model, practice and carry out the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, and faith, plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that advance all areas of children’s development and learning, including social, emotional, intellectual and physical competence, conduct the program in accordance with YMCA goals and principles of developmentally appropriate practices, model, practice and carryout Membership By Design in all aspects of job performance, meet the training requirements set forth by the Association Training Model.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS At least 18 years of age, possess at least 1 year experience in child care and experience working with children, pass CPR/First Aid Certification,  complete YMCA required trainings including Certification in Principles of YMCA Child Care, Working with Youth 5-12 and Y-Club Director (within required time frame).
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Site Director - Y Club

TITLE Site Director – Y Club
JOB CODE CS-127
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION Assisting with the overall program, supervision of children and day-to-day operation of the Y-Club program.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned of by the Y-Club Site Director, Program Director and/or designee, ensure the individual needs of the children are met for proper coordination of the program within the site, utilize solid judgment and discretionary skills as well as make independent decisions that will affect the Gateway Region YMCA and its departments, maintain positive relationships with many diverse people, including staff, parents, volunteers and program site administration and demonstrate strong public relation skills, ensure YMCA policies and guidelines are followed at all times, maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety and well being, model, practice and carry out the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility, and faith, plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that advance all areas of children’s development and learning, including social, emotional, intellectual and physical competence, conduct the program in accordance with YMCA goals and principles of developmentally appropriate practices, model, practice and carryout Membership By Design in all aspects of job performance, meet the training requirements set forth by the Association Training Model.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Follow general direction and perform other duties as assigned by the Membership Director and/or designee.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS At least 18 years of age, possess at least 1 year experience in child care and experience working with children, pass CPR/First Aid Certification,  complete YMCA required trainings including Certification in Principles of YMCA Child Care, Working with Youth 5-12 and Y-Club Director (within required time frame).
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Integrated Fitness Instructor

TITLE Integrated Fitness Instructor
JOB CODE CS-128
DEPARTMENT Gateway Region YMCA
BASIC FUNCTION The Integrated Fitness Instructor is responsible for the knowledge and implementation of proper instructions of the various YMCA fitness programs and exercise equipment, understanding the principles of safe exercise an willing to assist participants.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY This worker will 1. Provide service to clients, 2. Submit required paperwork within approved timelines, 3. Maintain a neat, professional appearance and adhere to YMCA dress code guidelines, 4. Arrive on time for all appointments, 5. Secure an acceptable substitute in the event of absence
RELATIONSHIPS Reports to the Integrated Fitness Coordinator
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Preferred one year of college education in a related field and/or one year related work experience. Preferred experience working with youth and adult with disabilities. Must be able to transfer client to wheelchair to equipment. Must be comfortable working in swimming pool with clients. Must complete core trainings: CPR, First Aid, O2, AED, Healthy Lifestyles, Fitness Center Orientation, Blood-borne Pathogens, Strength and Conditioning, Pool Safety Issues, Arthritis Foundation
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES


On Campus Federal Work Study Positions

 – OFFICE WORK –

Provost's Office Student Worker

TITLE Provost’s Office Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-205
DEPARTMENT Provost’s Office
BASIC FUNCTION Employees in the Academic Dean’s Office will perform a variety of secretarial tasks including general typing, coping, filing, etc. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, the following: 1.Help prepare mass mailings. 2. Tabulating and typing written responses for student evaluations of instruction, copying, compiled results for instructors and division chairs, and filing originals. 3. Assist in maintenance of faculty personnel folders (i.e.- pursuing mandatory materials, filing updated materials, shredding inactive folders, etc.) 4. Sort faculty/office mail as needed. 5. Assist in processing materials from applicants for faculty positions as needed. 6. Assist with updating faculty information on computer as needed. 7. General copying and paperwork processing. 8. Check in and file course syllabi on computer. This person will report directly to the Administrative Assistant to the Provost and will work closely and take direction from the Provost Office Assistant.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Responsibilities and Authority: 1.) Receiving all mail from outside mail carrier and doing initial sort. 2.) Receiving and maintaining a log of all external packages received from outside package delivery carriers. Includes coordinating with reception area personnel for package sign-out by recipients. 3.) Sorting outside mail into specific employee/departmental mailboxes in the Administration Building, Field Academic Hall mailroom and the CFA Fine Arts office. 4.) Sorting internal office mail by building and delivering with outside mail to respective areas. Special note: On holidays when no outside mail is expected or on particularly slow mail/package delivery days, the Mail Delivery Person may be asked to perform a limited number of duties as listed in the job description for typical part-time employees in the Academic Dean’s office (see below).
RELATIONSHIPS Reports directly to Dorie Dickinson, Assistant to the Provost. Student will work with faculty, staff, and students.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA 1.) Employees should present an appropriate and professional appearance (no shorts, worn jeans, T-shirts, etc.). Shoes are to be worn at all times. 2.) Employees are expected to work the hours scheduled unless advance notice is given. Exceptions will be made in the case of illness or other extenuating circumstances. 3.) Excessive absence or tardiness may result in termination. 4.) Employees are expected to act in a professional manner in the office. Socializing with friends while working is not considered acceptable behavior. 5.) Much of the information handled in the Academic Dean’s Office in sensitive and confidential in nature, and is not to be discussed outside the office. 6.) The photocopier in the Dean’s Office is not for student use. Students who wish to make copies should be directed to the library. 7.) Office telephones are not for employees’ or students’ personal use, except in case of a verifiable emergency. 8.) Employees are expected to maintain an accurate record of hours worked on their timesheets. 9.) Gum chewing and snacking are not permitted while working in the office.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Excellent Communication Skills, telephone skills, and computer skills. Conscientious, detailed and a hard worker.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The student will have an opportunity to gain experience in planning, development, and organization, communications and sharpen their computer/clerical skills. Would be great to add to a resume.

Graduate Studies/Advising Student Worker

TITLE Graduate Studies/Advising Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-201
DEPARTMENT Graduate Advising
BASIC FUNCTION This position is for providing assistance to the Graduate Advising staff. The worker needs to enjoy assisting people, be detail-oriented, and be organized with good time management skills. Confidentiality is essential.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Filing and organizing graduate advisors’ files. Keep advisors’ databases up to date. Keep Filebound files up to date and scan items into Filebound. Assist Graduate Advising staff as needed with special projects. Answer phones and assist graduate students with scheduling advising appointments.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Advising student workers will be evaluated on accuracy of work completed in files and databases, as well as in regard to their interactions with MBU staff and students.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS 1.) Education and Experience – Ability to carefully alphabetize and possess skills in computer keyboarding with knowledge of Microsoft Office helpful. 2.) Personal Qualities – Integrity, self-disciplined, self-motivated, and detail-oriented, good Interpersonal skills, ability to work with a variety others in a positive manner. 3.) Communication Skills – Ability to communicate effectively. 4.) Physical Requirements – Position requires good stamina and the ability to file for prolonged periods of time.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Work Study student workers will perform skills that will assist them in their future professional careers, will be an opportunity to gain experience in communications and sharpen their computer/clerical skills. Would be a helpful addition to their resume.  Will gain experience working in a professional education setting.

Records Office Student Worker

TITLE Records Office Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-210
DEPARTMENT Records Office
BASIC FUNCTION Assist office personnel with daily responsibilities and special projects.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The student worker will be responsible for scanning daily paperwork into Filebound, collate/alphabetize grade changes and incomplete forms and other forms that are turned into the Records Office. Mass mailings are sent from the office at various times of the year. The student workers will be responsible for helping the full-time staff fold, collate and stuff those mailings. At extremely busy times, it may be necessary to answer the phone and assistant walk-in clients.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Courteous to those on the telephone and in person. Previous office experience is not required, but preferable.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS The student worker is required to work 10 hours/week. The schedule is flexible, however, prior knowledge of the schedule is needed. Changes can be made with prior approval.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Experience will include: Customer Service, computer skills, phone etiquette. They will be managing digital content, filing and general coordination and assisting staff as necessary. They will gain experience working in a professional setting.

Graduate Admissions Student Worker

TITLE Graduate Admissions Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-215
DEPARTMENT Graduate Admissions
BASIC FUNCTION This position is responsible for providing support and assistance to the Graduate Admissions staff. The individual performing this job likes assisting people, is detail-oriented and organized. Self-motivation and good time management skills are necessities. Confidentiality is essential.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Scanning and maintaining all documents including admission and advising documents. Assist Graduate Admissions staff as needed (special projects). Answer phones, schedule appointments, and greet students (as needed). Perform other related duties as assigned
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Be in good communication with both the school site and their supervisor with feedback and schedule changes.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS 1.) Education and Experience – MBU Student, Working skills in Microsoft Office, Experience in FileBound preferred, but not required. 2.) Personal Qualities – Integrity, self-disciplined, self-motivated, and detail-oriented. Interpersonal Skills. Ability to work with others in a positive manner. 3.) Communication Skills 4.) Ability to communicate effectively.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Experience will include: recruitment, customer service, verbal and written communication, computer, and leadership skills

Field Experience Office Student Assistant

TITLE Field Experience Office Student Assistant
JOB CODE AA-241
DEPARTMENT Education Department
BASIC FUNCTION The student worker will assist the Director of Field Experiences with various tasks related to field experience placement, presentations/materials preparation, and clerical functions.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Responsibilities include: 1. Managing incoming and outgoing mail. 2. Assisting in preparation and set up for various student orientations. 3. Creating presentations. 4. Proofreading and editing fliers, letters, and various informational materials. 5. Copy, collate, and organize handouts. 6. Running errands on campus for division faculty and staff
RELATIONSHIPS The student assistant will report to the Director of Field Experiences for regular assignments and timesheet approval. The student assistant may be assigned to help individual faculty with special projects.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Keep regular attendance in both work study and classes. Use courtesy and proper procedures when representing the University and the School of Education at campus events. Keep confidential any work-related information. Exhibit a will attitude to do tasks.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Must be an education major. Must have availability to work some evenings. Must have a professional work ethic.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Students assigned to work in the Field Experience Office will gain practical experience in the preparation of presentation and orientation materials, as well as perform skills that will assist them in their future career as a teacher.

Office Assistant to Dean, School of Business

TITLE Office Assistant to Dean, School of Business
JOB CODE AA-250
DEPARTMENT School of Business
BASIC FUNCTION The office assistant for the Dean, School of Business will assist with basic organization and office support.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The office assistant in the School of Business will assist the Dean.  Assist with the production and mailing of material pertaining to the Dean’s office.  Assist with data entry.  Provide office support for School of Business faculty as directed by the Dean.
RELATIONSHIPS Works directly under the supervision of the Dean, School of Business
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Student will be evaluated on the ability to successfully complete assignments, attendance, ability to work well with others, conscientiousness, and quality of work.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.    Strong oral and written communication skills that include proofreading; excellent phone and people skills and a problem solver.  Must have the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently; Must have strong sense of customer service; Must be available for 8-10 working hours M-F during the day; Must maintain confidentiality at all times; Must be willing to work special events as requested; Must maintain a business casual to professional dress code
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The work study student will gain experience in planning and coordinating as well as sharpen clerical and computer skills that will enhance their future business career.

Accounts Payable Student Assistant

TITLE Accounts Payable Student Assistant
JOB CODE BA-313
DEPARTMENT Business Office
BASIC FUNCTION Assist with matching invoices with purchase orders, reconciling expense reports, add account codes to recurring invoices, filing and scanning.  Enter invoices into the system for payment.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Sort through accounts payable incoming mail, match up invoices to purchase orders, scan in copies of purchase orders, provide account codes from a schedule for recurring utility bills, filing, scanning and data entry.
RELATIONSHIPS They will report to Dana Lorenz, Lead Accounts Payable and also take direction from Rachel Gann, Accounts Payable Clerk.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Accuracy in their mathematical checks on expense reports and checking to see that all the receipts have been provided, proper account coding added to regular monthly utility bills pulled from an excel schedule, scanned documents are in the proper files.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Ability to use the computer and a calculator
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position is good entry level actual work experience for someone interested in the accounting area.  It also gives the students exposure to a large number of different individuals across the campus.  Being outside a Sr. VPs Office gives a student exposure to some of the larger events overseen by that level.

Business Office Student Associate

TITLE Business Office Student Associate
JOB CODE BA-314
DEPARTMENT Business Office
BASIC FUNCTION The Student Associate will assist the Student Accounts Counselor and Collections Clerk with daily tasks and projects.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The Student Associate is responsible for: scanning business office documents to CAMS and Filebound, entering and updating student account statuses and holds, creating and updating Excel spreadsheets, preparing the mailing of monthly billing statements, running postage on campus mail for all departments, maintaining paper supply in designated copiers/printers, and other duties as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS The Student Associate will observe the following relationships: Will report to the Student Accounts Counselor. This position will assist the Student Accounts Counselor and Collections Clerk in completing tasks efficiently and effectively.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Annual Performance Review
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Background in CAMS and Filebound programs preferred. Familiarity with computers and Microsoft Office Suite. The ability to follow specific instructions and carry out tasks with accuracy is a must. Must be prompt and reliable. The Student Associate must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information within student accounts.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Student will gain readily transferable skills relating to customer service and accounts receivables.

Student Accounts Student Associate

TITLE Student Accounts Student Associate
JOB CODE BA-320
DEPARTMENT Financial Services
BASIC FUNCTION Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Financial Services/Student Accounts, the Financial Services Coordinator, and the Business Office Assistant, the Student Associate will help carry out daily accounts receivable tasks.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Process payments to student accounts via CAMS. Receive and record entries to CAMS for non-student deposits. Answer phone calls, emails, assist student visitors with billing questions about setting up payment arrangements. Assist with third-party billing. Other duties as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS This position reports to the Assistant Director of Financial Services/Student Accounts, Financial Services Coordinator, and the Business Office in completing Business Office in completing Business Office tasks efficiently and effectively.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Annual Review
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Familiarity with computers and Microsoft Office Suite. The ability to follow specific instructions and carry out tasks with accuracy is a must. Must be prompt and reliable. The Student Associate must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information within student accounts.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Student will gain readily transferable skills relating to cash management, customer service, and accounting.

President's Office - Office Assistant - Position Filled

Graduate Admissions Student Worker

TITLE Graduate Admissions Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-215
DEPARTMENT Graduate Admissions
BASIC FUNCTION This position is responsible for providing support and assistance to the Graduate Admissions staff. The individual performing this job likes assisting people, is detail-oriented and organized. Self-motivation and good time management skills are necessities. Confidentiality is essential.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Scanning and maintaining all documents including admission and advising documents. Assist Graduate Admissions staff as needed (special projects). Answer phones, schedule appointments, and greet students (as needed). Perform other related duties as assigned
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Be in good communication with both the school site and their supervisor with feedback and schedule changes.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS 1.) Education and Experience – MBU Student, Working skills in Microsoft Office, Experience in FileBound preferred, but not required. 2.) Personal Qualities – Integrity, self-disciplined, self-motivated, and detail-oriented. Interpersonal Skills. Ability to work with others in a positive manner. 3.) Communication Skills 4.) Ability to communicate effectively.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Experience will include: recruitment, customer service, verbal and written communication, computer, and leadership skills

General Office Assistant - Wellness Office

TITLE General Office Assistant
JOB CODE SA-503
DEPARTMENT Student Counseling and Wellness – Student Development
BASIC FUNCTION Works directly under the Associate Dean of Students in organizing and maintaining services for students.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Creates publications and materials to advertise counseling and wellness events and initiatives. Assists with the promotion and organization of counseling and wellness events. Provides customer service to all students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors that enter Student Development. Assists in creating and maintaining appropriate documentation as needed. Assists with general functions of the Career Services Office and some areas which involve Student Development as a whole.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Yearly performance reviews
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS 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. 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 Counseling and Wellness and/or Student Development
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Student Development Office Assistant

TITLE Student Development Office Assistant
JOB CODE SA-530
DEPARTMENT Student Development
BASIC FUNCTION The Office Assistant for the Student Development Office will assist with basic organization and customer service pertaining to the overall function of the Student Development Office.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Assist the Assistant of the Senior Vice President for Student Development-Associate Provost with gathering data entry, mailings, and helping with various tasks as assigned. Provides customer service to all guests that enter the office. Assists with general functions of the Missouri Baptist University campus as requested by the Assistant to the Senior Vice President for Student Development-Associate Provost.
RELATIONSHIPS Works directly under the Assistant to the Senior Vice President for Student Development-Associate Provost as requested.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Positive and professional attitude, attendance and follow through with projects.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Full-time Student. Familiarity with fax, copier, computer, and phone. Strong oral and written communication skills that include proofreading. Excellent phone and people skills and a confident problem solver. The ability to use Microsoft Office and Excel. Must have the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently and maintain confidentiality and a sense of ethics in dealing with matters of a sensitive nature. Must possess a sense of quality and standards for working in a professional environment. Strong sense of customer service and the ability to serve and assist visitors. Must be available for 10 working hours Monday through Friday. Dress is business casual.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES 2.5 GPA

Financial Services Student Associate

TITLE Financial Services Student Associate
JOB CODE UA-430
DEPARTMENT Financial Services
BASIC FUNCTION Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Financial Services, the Student Associates will help carry out daily Financial Services tasks.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Within the limits of authorized college policies, procedures, programs and budgets, the Student Associates are responsible for and has authority to accomplish the following duties: Process payments to the student accounts via CAMS, balance cash transactions and cash on hand. Prepare cash deposits and provide them to a University Public Safety Officer for transport to bank. Help answer phone calls, emails, and assist student visitors with billing and financial aid questions and payment arrangements. Scan Financial Services documents, other duties as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS The Student Associate will observe the following relationships: Will report to the Director of Financial Services, Associate Director and Assistant Director. This position will assist the Financial Counselors and Administrative Assistant in completing Financial Services tasks efficiently and effectively.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA An annual performance review is to be conducted by the Director or Associate Director of Financial Services.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Background in accounting and cash management preferred. Familiarity with computers and Microsoft Office Suite. The ability to follow specific instructions and carry out tasks with accuracy is a must. Must be a team player with the ability to work well with others to complete tasks. Excellent oral and written communications skills required.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Counseling, human services, social work, advertising/marketing, communications, psychology, business administration, accounting, etc. are all areas that will help you to succeed in this job. In turn, you will learn skills that will help you to thrive in your career in the future. Students with an interest in IT networking, Information Systems, efficiencies in technology, data reporting, federal law and regulation, public policy, and many other areas will also benefit. Financial aid is an office that touches on many areas and helps students to become skilled in a number of different ways. We hope you will come out of this position proficient in many areas that could help you in the future no matter what career you might go into.

Advancement Services Assistant

TITLE Advancement Services Assistant
JOB CODE UA-450
DEPARTMENT Development
BASIC FUNCTION Enter and update information in the Raiser’s Edge CRM database. Assist with alumni and development events. Perform stewardship activities as assigned.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Accurately input data in database and retrieve information from the database. Write thank you and birthday notes to donors. Assist with set up and tear down for donor and alumni events. Run errands on campus. Other duties as needed.
RELATIONSHIPS The student worker will interact with the Advancement Services staff. Supervised by the Advancement Services Manager.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Annual performance review.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Attention to detail; Conscientious about entering data accurately; Willingness to learn the fundraising database and fundraising process; Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office; Ability to handle confidential information discretely; Ability to conduct oneself professionally in an office setting; Dependability and excellent work ethic.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Understand the functions of a CRM database in donor/constituent management application. Improve communication skills.

Public Safety Student Worker - Position Filled

 – “People” Jobs –

Library Student Assistant

TITLE Library Student Assistant
JOB CODE AA-230
DEPARTMENT Library
BASIC FUNCTION Assist library staff and librarians as necessary with daily tasks and special projects.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Check out, check in, and renew circulating library materials, including Reserves, on the automated system at the Circulation Desk. Answer phone and give basic information or direct the question to a library staff member or librarian. Shelve books in correct call number order, including Reference and other smaller collections. Gather unshelved books and periodicals and return them to the Circulation Desk for check in as “in-house” use. Work on shifting projects as assigned. Keep copiers filled with paper. Retrieve books and periodicals from the stacks. Photocopy articles from periodicals and scan articles as requested. Assist with organization of library programming events. Assist in opening and closing the library if working during the first or last shift.
RELATIONSHIPS Directly responsible to the Acquisitions Librarian. The Acquisitions Librarian is directly responsible to the Director of Library Services.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Be in good communication with supervisor with feedback and schedule changes. Evaluated on ability to successfully complete tasks, ability to work well with others, and quality of work.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Student must be in good academic standing and have the ability to work flexible hours, including Saturdays. Microsoft office software skills are required, as well as Internet search abilities and strong communication skills.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Will gain customer service experience, phone etiquette, and learn other skills to help thrive in the future.

Barista - Position Filled

First Year Experience Student Assistant

TITLE First Year Experience Student Assistant
JOB CODE SA-504
DEPARTMENT Academic Success Center
BASIC FUNCTION To assist the director of first year experience with Collegiate Seminar and with planning/executing events for first year students.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Must be able to attend every Collegiate Seminar meeting (Tuesdays 10:30-noon).  Will assist with general Student Development and FYE office services by setting up appointments, offering information to visitors as needed, and cultivating a welcoming, respectful spirit while working in the office.  Some grading responsibilities may be performed outside of the office.  Will maintain student work filing system.  Responsible for grading weekly assignments and assisting with attendance taking.  Will update attendance record weekly.  Will help plan and execute first year student events.  Other tasks as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS This position reports directly to the Director of First Year Experience, but may also interact with other staff members in the Student Development office.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Weekly staff meetings.  End of semester evaluations.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Must have satisfactorily completed Collegiate Seminar or the Transfer Student Orientation.  Commitment to Christian faith, maturity in attitude and behavior, strong ability to work with students.  Must understand and be willing to abide by the classroom confidentiality agreement.  Needs excellent personal and professional communication skills.  Must be able to grade student work accurately and fairly.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES In this position, students will: learn how to interact in a professional business setting, interact with a variety of people, engage with multiple social media platforms, learn and execute event planning and management, and experience an academic setting from “the other side of the classroom.”

Student Activities - Student Worker

TITLE Student Activities – Student Worker
JOB CODE SA-517
DEPARTMENT Student Activities
BASIC FUNCTION The student workers will be creating flyers, promoting events, attending planning meetings and coordinating activities.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The student workers will be creating flyers, promoting events, attending planning meetings and coordinating activities.
RELATIONSHIPS Director of Student Activities Lara Hines; Assistant Director of Student Activities  Hannah Wood
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Positive Attitude, Attendance,  Follow Through with Projects
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Full time student
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES 2.5 GPA

Special Events Assistant

TITLE Special Events Assistant
JOB CODE UA-412
DEPARTMENT Special Events
BASIC FUNCTION University Events and Box Office ticketing responsibilities includes but not limited to representing the University to all guests, students and employees as well as preparing and cleaning up for guests. Scheduling and ticketing for events will also be included in this position.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Ticketing, hospitality, monitoring revenue and expense records, creating event spaces assisting with event creation through completion, scheduling calendars, representing the University at events, customer service including written, in person and by phone and other duties as needed.
RELATIONSHIPS Director of Special Events will be the main contact. Some work with the President’s Office and Media & Production Specialist and supporting other departments across campus.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Annual review.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS MBU current student, computer skills, communication skills and ability to work evenings and weekends.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position will give career experience in the following majors: Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Accounting, Fine Arts, and others. The experienced gained will benefit students by giving actual job responsibilities they would engage in after graduation.

Box Office Assistant

TITLE Box Office Assistant
JOB CODE AA-275
DEPARTMENT Fine Arts
BASIC FUNCTION The Box Office Assistant will be a liaison between the Fine Arts division and guests attending productions and concerts. They will be responsible for maintaining records of online and in-person ticket sales.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The Box Office Assistant will be responsible for helping guests of Fine Arts productions and concerts by filling ticket orders, answering questions about events, managing at-the-door box office sales and maintaining accurate sales records. The student will be a professional representative of the university and Fine Arts division.
RELATIONSHIPS Will report to the Director of Theatre and will work closely with the Fine Arts Administrative Assistant to keep up-to-date and accurate records of ticket sales and revenue.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Annual performance review
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Full-time MBU student. Professional demeanor and appearance. Excellent phone and e-mail etiquette. Strong organization and math skills. Availability to work some evenings and weekends.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The student will gain experience is customer relations, event management and financial management.

SRC Concessions Staff - Position Filled

TITLE SRC Concessions staff
JOB CODE UA-410
DEPARTMENT Special Events
BASIC FUNCTION Conduct all duties associated with concession stand including inventory, purchasing, marketing and retail sales.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Open, operate, and close concessions at events and games. Customer service is vital and representing the University is of importance. Cleaning and organizing products and equipment as well as overseeing the financial aspect of concessions are expected.
RELATIONSHIPS Staff will interact with customers including students, parents and guests of the University. Regular contact with the SRC Manager and Director of Special Events for duties and scheduling.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Following the work schedule is of great importance, along with the customer service during operations. Performance review will be conducted yearly.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Able to lift 10 lbs, operate a cash register, work evenings and weekends and converse with customers.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Event management, marketing, accounting, Hospitality, Sports Management, and Public Relations students may be able to enhance their career goals by taking on greater responsibility in running concessions, scheduling staff, ordering product, enhancing sales, event management and counting money/inventory.

– Athletics/Fitness –

Fitness Center Desk Attendant - Position Filled

Intramural Sports Program Assistant

TITLE Intramural Sports Program Assistant
JOB CODE SA-509
DEPARTMENT Fitness Center
BASIC FUNCTION The Intramural Sports Program Assistant is responsible for assisting with program management and implementation of the intramural sport leagues and tournaments throughout the academic year.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Assists the Intramural Sports Coordinator with recruitment of participants, promotion of intramural sport programs, individual and team registration, enforcing risk management procedures, communicating rules & guidelines of sport and facility, equipment management, set up and break down of equipment/materials at scheduled events, assisting officials, keeping scores, and other duties as required. Expected to attend all scheduled intramural sport competitions and tournaments, plus flexible hours for stat and equipment management/inventory. A majority of the hours will be in the evenings; includes weekdays and weekends.
RELATIONSHIPS The Intramural Sports Program Assistant is directly responsible to the Intramural Sports Coordinator for the fulfillment of the functions of the position; assistant and coordinator report to the Director of MBU Fitness.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Demonstrates knowledge of facility operations and emergency procedures, displays understanding of the rules and eligibility requirements of each sport offered.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Attention to detail and excellent communication, reliable and punctual employee, time management skills, quick learner, and organized. Current CPR, AED, and First Aid certification desired. Recreational sport knowledge preferred, experience with keeping score, stats, etc. is desired. Officiating experience is a plus. The ideal candidate is patient, takes initiative, is detail-oriented, enjoys recreational sports, and is committed to helping promote and grow the intramural sports program.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Experience will include: program administration, sport management, teamwork, communication, and leadership skills. Those with an interest in a recreational or athletic sport management career will gain valuable experience!

Muncy Desk Supervisor - Position Filled

Athletics Communications Assistant

TITLE Athletics Communications Assistant
JOB CODE SA-701
DEPARTMENT Athletics
BASIC FUNCTION The athletics communications assistant is an important member of the Athletics Communications team. The position will give students a chance to join the fast-paced communications team, providing real-world experience in communications and digital media, particularly with the Spartan Digital Network.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY In this position, the student will assist in tasks including, but not limited to, producing and directing of athletic events live-streamed on the Spartan Digital Network, set-up and break-down of camera equipment, creating and editing digital content and contributing to the digital media strategic initiatives of the athletics department.
RELATIONSHIPS This position will report to the Assistant Athletics Director of Media & Communications, but will work closely with other staff members of the athletics department, including coaches and administration.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Performance will be measured regarding quality of work, effectiveness, and ability to work with a team. Regular feedback will be given so the student has a chance to grow and reinforce quality work.

 

MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Students with film or communications-related majors are preferred, but not required. Strong skills in video productions and communication are required.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position offers the opportunity to work with a communications team and apply what is learned and observed to future internships, positions, and current class work. The ideal candidate is a creative problem-solver with an eye for design, attention to detail, and a willingness to learn.

Student Health Advocate

TITLE Student Health Advocate
JOB CODE SA-531
DEPARTMENT Student Counseling and Wellness – Student Development
BASIC FUNCTION Works directly under the Associate Dean of Students in organizing and maintaining services for students.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Assists in running mental health awareness, education and advocacy on campus. Assists in monthly mental health awareness initiatives. Provides information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness. Creates publications and materials to advertise counseling and wellness events and initiatives. Assists with the promotion and organization of counseling and wellness events. Provides customer service to all students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors that enter Student Development. Assists in creating and maintaining appropriate documentation as needed. Assists with general functions of the Career Services Office and some areas which involve Student Development as a whole.
RELATIONSHIPS
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Yearly performance reviews

 

MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Preferred area of concentration of Human Services, Nursing, or Psychology. 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. 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 Counseling and Wellness and/or Student Development.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES

Athletics Training Aid

TITLE Athletics Training Aid
JOB CODE SA-730
DEPARTMENT Athletics
BASIC FUNCTION Assist the athletic training staff with the daily operations of the athletic training room and sport coverage.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Duties include but are not limited to cleaning of the athletic training room, preparing for games, filing of paperwork, answering phones, inputting information into our injury tracking software, and assist in the treatments of student-athletes.
RELATIONSHIPS The Athletic Training Aide is directly responsible to the Head Athletic Trainer for the fulfillment of the functions and responsibilities of the position. Assistant Athletic Trainers and Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers are acting authority as assigned and/or during times when the Head Athletic Trainer is not present.
 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Effectiveness will be measured by attendance, timeliness, attire, productivity, and wiliness to help others.

 

MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Basic computer and filing skills, ability to work during 9-4:30 hours and athletic home events. First Aid, CPR, and AED certification preferred.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position is a great experience for students who would like to pursue a job in sports medicine or the athletic field.

– Specialty Jobs –

Assistant Helpdesk Technician

TITLE Assistant Helpdesk Technician
JOB CODE AA-235
DEPARTMENT IT Office
BASIC FUNCTION The role of the HelpDesk Technician is to assist clients who are experiencing any procedural or operating difficulty with the use of IT-managed computers, classroom technology, applications, products or services.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Effectively, professionally, and respectfully represents other Information Technology staff members, teams, and their services to the client community. Provides support for all Information Technology products and services. Support may include answering questions, troubleshooting problems, teaching or instructing customers regarding software or hardware functionality, and communicating policy. Additionally, it may involve troubleshooting printer issues and resolving difficulties with Smart Classroom Technology. Determines the most effective manner to resolve customer’s technical issue. Engages in research and in-depth troubleshooting to resolve technical issues. Consults with full-time staff when necessary. Records required customer and problem information in the service desk system. Updates tickets with appropriate journal entries of activities, and closes tickets with resolution entered upon completion of the job. Resolves Level 1 work orders. Elevates complex and/or high priority problems to the appropriate full-time IT staff for resolution. Verifies that suggested solutions effectively resolve the users’ problems through verbal or email follow up. Works on HelpDesk related projects as assigned by supervisor.
RELATIONSHIPS HelpDesk Technicians will observe the following relationships: Director of IT: HelpDesk technicians are directly accountable to the Director of IT. Other HelpDesk Technicians: HelpDesk technicians will cooperate and communicate with other technicians to provide the best experience for our clients. Other IT Staff: HelpDesk technicians will work under the direction of other IT staff for their area of responsibility and expertise. Clients: Clients include MBU faculty and staff, students, and consultants retained by IT and other departments.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Observation by other IT staff members, especially the Helpdesk Manager. Feedback from the user community.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Experience in hardware, software, network troubleshooting, basic operating system functionality or equivalent training and/or education is extremely beneficial. Customer service experience is preferred. COMMUNICATION SKILLS: This position requires handling confidential information in an appropriate manner. Customer interactions must be handled with diplomacy and tact. Individual must be able to gauge the customer’s technical ability and communicate with them in appropriate technical or non-technical language in a non-condescending manner. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Needs ability to use a keyboard to enter and retrieve data. Must have good eyesight to view computer monitor and phone. Lifting and/or carrying of 15-30 lbs. or more and the pushing and pulling of carts when necessary. Integrity, patience, energetic, positive, professional, team player.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Reading and comprehension. Following verbal and written instructions. Research and application of findings. Learning is a basic requirement of this position.

Laboratory Teaching Assistant (Lab TA)

TITLE Laboratory Teaching Assistant (Lab TA)
JOB CODE AA-240
DEPARTMENT Natural Sciences Division
BASIC FUNCTION Student will serve as laboratory TA for biochemistry, biology, biotechnology, physics or chemistry laboratory  courses
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Laboratory TAs will assist the Laboratory  instructor in general laboratory preparation; laboratory instruction and supervision; grading laboratory assignments, quizzes, and tests; general laboratory clean-up and organization
RELATIONSHIPS Laboratory TAs will report to the Lab Instructor for the course they are a TA.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Lab TAs will be evaluated on the following criteria: punctuality for weekly labs and TA meetings, accurate and timely attendance record keeping, maintaining accurate records of grades, providing timely feedback to students regarding homework and quiz grades, general attitude and helpfulness in the lab, preparatory set up and clean-up each week
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Good interpersonal communication skills; ability to explain concepts in an “easy to understand” manner; organizational skills; ability to complete given tasks in a timely manner.   Students should have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above and have received a grade of B or better in the lab for which they are applying to serve as a TA.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Teaching Assistants will gain practical experience in the preparation of prelab presentation materials, lab preparation as well as perform skills that will assist them in their future career as a lab technician/researcher/teacher.

Data Analysis Intern

TITLE Data Analysis Intern
JOB CODE AA-260
DEPARTMENT Education
BASIC FUNCTION Will work in Office of Assessment and Institutional Research (OIER) to help collect and analyze data for accreditation. Will also serve as a Teaching Assistant when needed.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Will be responsible for keying data into Excel spreadsheets, analyzing data, and serving as a TA.
RELATIONSHIPS Will interact with OAIR and Academic Deans.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Weekly meeting and Semester Reviews.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS The approved applicant will need experience using Microsoft Office, primarily Word and Excel.  Applicant will need to possess a good mathematical background.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position will help applicants understand the process of data-driven decision making, which is needed in all disciplines.

Social Media Assistant

TITLE Social Media Assistant for the Dean of the School of Business
JOB CODE AA-265
DEPARTMENT School of Business
BASIC FUNCTION The Dean, School of Business needs an assistant to monitor and manage all aspects of the School of Business social media presence.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY 1. Develop a social media strategy for the Dean and School of Business as directed by the Dean 2. Manage the Dean, School of Business’ LinkedIn and Twitter presence by posting and replying as directed by the Dean 3. Manage Facebook and MBU School of Business Student Portal presence with approval of Dean 4. Manage the School of Business Website as directed by the Dean 5. Other assignments for the Dean as there are down times between social media specific assignments
RELATIONSHIPS 1. Direct report to the Dean, School of Business 2. MBU Communications office as necessary
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Develop a Social Media Strategy for the Dean (LinkedIn and Twitter) and School of Business (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram) -Degree of cooperation with and ability to accurately follow instruction from the Dean -Ability to generate creative and interesting ideas for planning and posting -Evidence of ability to self-direct and persist to completion on assignments -Identify current business topics and events each week to post on each social media outlet -Take pictures and video clips of School of Business events and post on each social media outlet -Accuracy of communication skill (grammar, spelling, word usage, efficiency and effectiveness of communication) -Timely reporting of posts for which the Dean needs to follow-up -Timely, effective, and compelling communication of University events directly related to the School of Business as well as events occurring in other departments that would benefit and be of interest to business students -Degree of communication effectiveness will be determined based on increased student viewing of School of Business and Dean postings on each social media outlet as well as the increase in the number of business school students attending and participating in advertised events
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Junior or Senior standing -Knowledge and experience with developing a social media strategy -Knowledge and experience with data analytics of social media -Marketing or Communications major preferred Public Relations Minor a plus
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Provide experience in marketing and communication best practices as applied to social media Apply marketing and branding skills

Fine Arts Student Assistant

TITLE Fine Arts Student Assistant
JOB CODE AA-270
DEPARTMENT Fine Arts
BASIC FUNCTION The student worker will assist the Fine Arts faculty and staff with various tasks related to the operation of the Fine Arts Division.  Students will be assigned to work with specific faculty or in the Fine Arts office, depending on their individual strengths.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Duties may include: Assisting in the Communications Studio with equipment checkout, storage and maintenance; Managing incoming and outgoing mail; Assisting in setup and tear down of equipment for various performance groups and organizations; Creating concert programs for and helping to promote University events; Assisting in preparing recruitment materials, display setup and greeting prospective students at Spartan Preview Days, Media Talk, and scholarship auditions; Assisting in house management (ushering, box office, greeting, etc.) for various Fine Arts events; Assisting music faculty at student recitals; Helping to maintain the music library; Running errands on and off campus for division faculty and staff
RELATIONSHIPS Fine Arts Administrative Assistant: student will report to the Administrative Assistant for regular assignments and timesheet approval; Fine Arts Faculty: students may be assigned to help individual faculty with special projects, ensembles, performances or errands
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Keep regular attendance in both work study and classes; Use courtesy and proper procedures when representing the University and the Fine Arts Division at campus events; Keep confidential any work-related information; Exhibit a willing attitude to do task
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Must be a major in the Fine Arts area (Communications, Music, Theatre); Must have availability to work some evenings and weekends; Must have a professional work ethic
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Students assigned to work in the Communications Studio will gain practical experience in the operation of a professional media studio.  Students assigned to work with individual music faculty will gain skills in the administration of performance ensembles.

Assistant to Dr. Han

TITLE Assistant to Dr. John Han, Professor of English & Creative Writing and editor of Integrite and Cantos
JOB CODE AA-280
DEPARTMENT Humanities
BASIC FUNCTION Assist Dr. John Han with grading and editing.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Grade student papers and exams in English.  Edit scholarly and creative submissions to Integrite and Cantos, the national and regional publications, respectively, published by Missouri Baptist University.
RELATIONSHIPS Will interact with Dr. Han as his assistant/helper.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Promptness, dependability, proficiency.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Basic skills in English grammar.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The student will learn how to grade English papers and exams and how to edit scholarly papers and creative works.  The student is given the titles of Editorial Assistant for Integrite: A Faith and Learning Journal and Assistant Editor for Cantos: A Literary and Arts Journal.  Working in this office would provide an outstanding opportunity to enhance student’s academic profile.

School of Nursing Student Worker

TITLE School of Nursing Student Worker
JOB CODE AA-290
DEPARTMENT Nursing
BASIC FUNCTION Assist the School of Nursing faculty and staff with daily responsibilities and special projects.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The student worker will be responsible for helping organize and inventory supplies in the virtual hospital. The student worker may help in gathering of data for approving and accrediting bodies. Clerical support such as typing of meeting minutes, scanning documents. Helping with set-up and tear-down of events, labs, and simulations.
RELATIONSHIPS This person will report directly the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Nursing and will work closely with the School of Nursing faculty and staff.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA The student worker will be evaluated on ability to successfully complete assignments, attendance, ability to work with others, conscientiousness, quality of work, and ability to learn and grow within the parameters outlined above.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Proficient with Microsoft office programs, excellent communication skills, organizational skills, detail-oriented and a hard worker. Availability would need to be between the hours of 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday-Friday.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position should not be filled by a nursing student because of access concerns. However, this could be an excellent way for a pre-nursing student to gain insight into the nursing program. Students not interested in nursing are highly encouraged to apply as the position is a great way to show organizational skills and work for a growing program.

Special Events, Marketing and PR Assistant - Position Filled

Digital Media Assistant

TITLE Digital Media Assistant
JOB CODE UA-401
DEPARTMENT University Communications
BASIC FUNCTION «Basic_Function»
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY In this position, the student will assist in tasks including, but not limited to: updating mobap.edu to best practices and correct information, social media coverage and planning, creating and editing digital content and contributing to digital media strategic initiatives.
RELATIONSHIPS «Relationships»
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Performance will be measured regarding quality of work, effectiveness and the ability to work with a team. Regular feedback will be given, so the student has a chance to grow and reinforce quality work.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Students with communications-related majors are preferred, but not required. Strong skills in writing, critical thought and communications is required. Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud, WordPress and HTML is strongly preferred, and knowledge of professional photography is preferred.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position offers the opportunity to work with a communications team and apply what is learned and observed to future internships, positions and current class work.

The ideal candidate is a creative problem solver, with an eye for design, attention to detail and a willingness to learn.

Public Relations Assistant

TITLE Public Relations Assistant
JOB CODE UA-402
DEPARTMENT University Communications
BASIC FUNCTION
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY
RELATIONSHIPS The position will report to the digital and editorial strategist, but work with the entire team. By this, the student will learn from a wide array of backgrounds within communications.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Performance will be measured regarding quality of work, effectiveness and the ability to work with a team. Regular feedback will be given, so the student has a chance to grow and reinforce quality work.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES This position offers the opportunity to work with a communications team and apply what is learned and observed to future internships, positions and current class work.

The ideal candidate is a creative problem solver, with an eye for design, attention to detail and a willingness to learn.

Creative Intern

TITLE Creative Intern
JOB CODE UA-403
DEPARTMENT University Communications
BASIC FUNCTION The Creative Intern will assist the Senior Communications Specialist with various needs including helping out with University photoshoots and shooting event photography at a variety of University sponsored events throughout the semester. The position may also include some graphic design work as well.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Basic DSLR Photography skills are required including a knowledge of aperture, shutter and ISO as well as other DSLR camera functions. Intern will be required to work University events that may be held in the evening or on weekends.
RELATIONSHIPS The Creative Intern will work closely with the Senior Communications Specialist.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA The Creative intern will be required to provide quality images for the various shoots that they’re assigned to.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Basic DSLR Photography skills are required including a knowledge of aperture, shutter and ISO as well as other DSLR camera functions. Intern will be required to work University events that may be held in the evening or on weekends. Must be a team player and willing to put themselves out there “to get the shot” as requested by the University Communications department.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Will be beneficial to Communication students to add this skill set on their resumes.

Career Development Assistant

TITLE Career Development Assistant
JOB CODE UA-420
DEPARTMENT Career Development
BASIC FUNCTION This position would assistance the Office of Career Development with general office tasks and procedures, as well as, be trained to peer review resumes and cover letters.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The main role for this position will be to peer review resume and cover letters, however, this position will also help with the planning and execution of career events and workshops. This position would also assist the Career and Alumni Engagement Coordinator with basic database management and communication to students regarding career resources and events.
RELATIONSHIPS This position will directly report to the Career and Alumni Engagement Coordinator. This position will interact with current students, the Office of Academic Success Center, the Office of Special Events and Calendaring, and other various offices that may partner in career events/initiatives.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Individuals in this role will be measured as effective based on their professionalism in the areas of reliability, punctuality, and interpersonal communication with fellow students and faculty/staff. They will also be measured on their ability to review resumes and cover letters correctly and efficiently, as well as, being able to complete tasks accurately and efficiently.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Sophomore status or higher. GPA 3.0 or higher. Good interpersonal communication skills. Able to learn quickly and be professional with peers and faculty/staff on campus.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The academic objectives of this position would be to gain valuable career development skills and readiness, as well as, interact with professionals in their field.

Tutor, Writing Coach, Administrative Assistant

TITLE Tutor, Writing Coach, Administrative Assistant
JOB CODE SA-507
DEPARTMENT Academic Success Center
BASIC FUNCTION Tutoring students in all general education courses, coaching students in all writing courses and functions and all front desk administrative duties.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Working with students daily with tutoring, writing and administrative functions.
RELATIONSHIPS Interactions with all students, ASC staff, full-time and adjunct faculty, Records staff, coaches and anyone else who uses the ASC.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Reviews will be conducted at the end of each semester for these positions.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Must have excellent customer services skills, proficient in their area of tutoring and or writing skills, flexible, dependable, pleasant guest service attitude, and superior organization skills.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Tutors and writing coaches have an opportunity to learn skills for teaching, editing, writing and those skills are great to be able to list on a resume.

Production Assistant - Position Filled

 


Institutional Work Positions (do not require federal work study eligibility)

STARS - Telecounselor

TITLE STARS – Telecounselor
JOB CODE ISTW-605
DEPARTMENT Undergraduate Admissions
BASIC FUNCTION STARS provide a variety of support to the Admissions Office. Duties assigned include texting, data entry and voice calls. The students will also assist with recruitment activities associated with special events, including Spartan Preview Days, Spartan Exclusives, Academic Signing Day and Registration Day, as needed.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY STARS would be need to be available at least one afternoon during the work week from 2:30- 4:30, with special call nights the week preceding our special events. STARS primary responsibilities will be texting/calling prospective students and inviting them to visit our campus. These conversations may be the students’ first impression of MBU, so it is essential that STARS positively represent the University. STARS must be friendly, helpful, and well-spoken and provide excellent customer service.
RELATIONSHIPS STARS report directly to a supervisor in the Admissions Office.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA STARS will be measured on their ability to be on time, perform their associated duties, and communicate effectively.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Students selected to be a STAR must be in good academic standing and have the ability to work flexible hours.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES STARS will have the opportunity to develop and sharpen their communication and customer service skills. STARS will gain experience in special event preparation and implementation.

University Ambassador - Position Filled

International Student Services Student Worker

TITLE International Student Services Student Worker
JOB CODE ISTW-509
DEPARTMENT International Student Services
BASIC FUNCTION Under the direct supervision of the Director of International Student Services and the International Student Services Coordinator, the part-time student worker is responsible for addressing the needs of visitors to Student Development and the Office of International Student Services and to offer support to the Office of International Student Services by completing basic office tasks and by communicating with current and prospective International Students.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY The student worker is responsible for and has the commensurate authority to accomplish these duties as follows: 1. Provide customer service to all guests that enter the Student Development Suite. 2. Assist with organizing and maintaining international student files. 3. Daily checking the mail. 4. Scanning documents into Filebound. 5. Data entry into CAMS for International Students. 6. Assist with general office duties for International Student Services and some which involve Student Development as a whole. 7. Other duties as assigned by the Director of International Student Services.
RELATIONSHIPS The student worker reports directly to the Director of International Student Services and works closely with the ISS Processing and Program Assistant and other Student Development student workers.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Yearly evaluations will be conducted by the Director of International Student Services and Processing and Program Assistant. The evaluation includes a self-assessment and group reflection of student’s performance, personal and professional growth, and achievement of personal and departmental goals.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Basic to intermediary skill level in use of MS Office; Some experience in filing; Great communication (both oral and written) and interpersonal skills; Should be detail-oriented, flexible, positive, and patient; Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive documents and information; Preferred: Students who have a passion for working with and ministering to International Students.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES The student worker will learn various competencies including time management, work ethic, accountability, interpersonal skills, professionalism, and critical thinking

Social Media & Recruiting - Position Filled

Admissions Student Worker

TITLE Admissions Student Worker
JOB CODE ISTW-604
DEPARTMENT Admissions
BASIC FUNCTION Admissions student workers provide support to the Admissions Department in a variety of roles during weekly office hours and at special events throughout the school year.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Taking place during regular business hours, weekly duties may include answering phones, filing, scanning, mailing, and data entry. Student workers also provide backup assistance to the university receptionist by answering phones, receiving and distributing packages, and sorting mail. Additionally, all admissions student workers are expected to attend each Admissions recruitment event throughout the semester such as Spartan Preview Day and Registration Day to assist as needed. Event dates will be discussed upon application for position; Mandatory Fall ’19 dates include Sat, Oct 5th; Fri, Nov. 1st; Fri, Nov. 15th.
RELATIONSHIPS Admissions student workers report directly to the Admissions Administrative Assistant.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA At the end of each semester, Admissions student workers will complete a self-evaluation and meet with their supervisor to review performance and discuss areas of success and improvement. Key criteria are professionalism, customer service, and productivity.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Students selected to be Admissions Support Staff must be in good academic standing and commit to attending all Admissions recruiting events throughout the semester (excused absences provided for missed class). Customer service and attention to detail are important attributes for success in this role.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Students will acquire knowledge, and practical experience related to the fields of higher education, marketing, events management and communications. The clerical skills and customer service acumen student workers develop would be great additions to a resume.

Faith and Service Intern

TITLE Faith and Service Intern
JOB CODE ISTW-520
DEPARTMENT Campus Ministry
BASIC FUNCTION To support and extend the mission of the Office of Faith and Service in local and global service, chapel, and discipleship.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY 1) Supporting the mission and vision of the Office of Faith and Service; 2) Researching and connecting student learning trips to global service; 3) Executing service locally on MBU’s campus; 4) Assisting with Chapel services and volunteer teams; 5) Cultivating continued growth in students’ relationship with Jesus Christ.
RELATIONSHIPS Directly report to the Campus Minister and Assistant Campus Minister.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA A semester review will be held with each intern by the Assistant Campus Minister.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Growing relationship with God, enrolled main campus student, 3.0 GPA or higher.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES To equip the students to grow in their faith and servant leadership.