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Work Study Jobs

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


Provost's Office Student Worker - Position Filled

Library Student Assistant - Position Filled

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 This position will build skills in: Communication and logic

Office Assistant to the Dean of Diversity

TITLE Office Assistant to the Dean of Diversity
JOB CODE AA-251
DEPARTMENT Business Division
BASIC FUNCTION Student will have clerical duties and will need to have good computer skils, along with some the ability to work well with others. This position is different from the current workstudy student that the Business Division has. She or he will be working specifically in the area of Diversity.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Setting up and working projects, sending out correspondence, answering inquiries from students, faculty and staff. Filing, organizing and participating in the planning process.
RELATIONSHIPS The Dean of Diversity-Main relationship, clerical, project set-ups and participation, other duties as needed; Faculty-Dissemination of information, Students-Dissemination of information, Staff-Dissemination of information, visitors-meet, great and dissemination of information.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA Proficiency of work, attendance, ability to work independently.  Ability to work well with others. Ability to learn new skills.
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Good computer and clerical skills. Good knowledge of Microsoft Word products. Comfortable working with people. Reliable and dependable.
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES Student will have an opportunity to gain experience in planning and development, communications and sharpen their computer/clerical skills. Would be great to add to a resume.

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.

Fine Arts Student Assistant - Position Filled

Assistant to Dr. Han - Position Filled

Accounts Payable Student Assistant - Position Filled

Special Events, Marketing and PR Assistant - Position Filled

Career Services - General Office Assistant - 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”

Tutor, Writing Coach, Administrative Assistant - Position Filled

Public Safety and Transportation Student Assistant - Position Filled

Student Activities - Student Worker - Position Filled

Digital Media Assistant

Title: Digital Media Assistant
Job Code: UA-401
Department: University Communications

Basic Function
The digital media assistant is an important member of the University Communications team. The position will give students a chance to join a fast-paced communications team, providing real-world experience in the communications field and the growing expertise of digital media.

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
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 Requirements
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.

Job Code: UA-401

Public Relations Assistant

TITLE Public Relations Assistant
JOB CODE UA-402
DEPARTMENT University Communications
BASIC FUNCTION The public relations assistant is an important member of the University Communications team.  The position will give students a chance to join a fast-paced communications team, providing real-world experience in the communications field.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY In this position, the student will assist in tasks including, but not limited to: writing press releases, social media coverage and planning, creating and editing digital content and contributing to strategic initiatives.
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 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 is strongly preferred, and knowledge of professional photography, HTML and WordPress 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.

Photography Intern - Position Filled

SRC Concessions Staff - Position Filled

Muncy Desk Supervisor - Position Filled

Special Events Assistant - Position Filled

Student Financial Services - Student Associate - Position Filled

Data Entry Clerk - Position Filled

Athletic Training Aide - Position Filled

Records Office Student Worker - Position Filled

Business Office Student Associate - Position Filled

Graduate Admissions Student Worker - Position Filled

Dean, School of Business Office - Student Worker - Position Filled

Graduate Studies/Advising Student Worker - Position Filled

Barista, The Perk - Position Filled

President's Office - Student Worker - Position Filled

Fitness Center Desk Attendant - Position Filled

Student Development Office Assistant - Position Filled

Student Accounts Student Associate - Position Filled

Laboratory Teaching Assistant - Position Filled

School of Nursing Student Worker - Position Filled

Intramural Sports Program Assistant - Position Filled

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

General Office Assistant - Position Filled

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.


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


STARS - Telecounselor = Position Filled

University Ambassador - Position Filled

International Student Services Student Worker - Position Filled

Social Media and Recruiting - Student Worker - Postition Filled

Admissions Student Worker - Position Filled

Community Group Leader

TITLE Community Group Leader
JOB CODE ISTW-516
DEPARTMENT Office of Faith and Service
BASIC FUNCTION To lead on-campus Bible studies and to model faith and service in the MBU community
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY Supporting the mission and vision of the Office of Faith and Service; leading a small group regularly on campus; attending leadership trainings; fostering community; providing administrative support to and communicating with the OFS.
RELATIONSHIPS Report to supervisor in the Office of Faith and Service
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT CRITERIA An annual review will be conducted by the staff of the Office of Faith and Service
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS Love for and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, a lifestyle of service, desire to lead a small group
ACADEMIC OBJECTIVES To equip students for a life of service and leadership