Student Life

Student Life Assistant

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 1

HOURS NEEDED: Flexible schedule

DUTIES: Labeling and assisting in managing Conference Keycards; labeling folders; inputting immunization records; upkeep of vehicle fleet including cleanliness, mileage count, maintenance; assist with Student Activities and Student Life publicity by distributing flyers and posters on campus; upkeep and organization of storage room; answering phones when needed; assist Office Manager with errands and upkeep of office equipment as needed; contribute positive attitude toward campus vibrancy; other duties as assigned.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Punctuality; must be organized and able to complete detailed projects; must be professional and set a good example for other students on campus.

EXPERIENCE NEEDED: None


Student Center Attendant

NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 10

HOURS NEEDED:

(1 weekday shift & 1 weekend shift per week) = 4.5 hours a week

1 hour in-service meeting a month paid

Monday-Friday

Shift 1 (6pm - 9pm)
Shift 2 (9pm - 12am)

Saturday & Sunday

Shift 1 (12pm - 1:30pm)
Shift 2 (1:30pm - 3pm)
Shift 3 (3pm - 4:30pm
Shift 4 (4:30pm - 6pm
Shift 5 (6pm - 7:30pm

DUTIES: Student Center Attendants play an important part in building community in the eye. In order to do this SCA are required to act professionally and maintain a high level of customer service:

The Eye:

  1. Perform sign in/sign out of equipment (pool, ping pong, foosball, air hockey, games, other equitment)
  2. Take student ID cards and write down their information in a log
  3. Check items upon receipt to make sure there are no damages
  4. Arrive to shift 5 minutes prior to start
  5. Maintain safety and environmental control
  6. Assist students with proper use of supplies & games
  7. Encourage students to pick up their trash
  8. Keep the Student Center clean and maintained at all times during your shift
  9. Assist with keeping up with all advertisements in the Student Center and Eye
  10. Other duties as assigned by the Director and Assistant Director of Student Engagement

The Fitness Center:

  1. Complete a round of the Fitness Center each hour
  2. Encourage students to wipe down machines after each use
  3. Wipe down Fitness Center machines on your last Fitness Center round
  4. Clean up trash in the Fitness Center
  5. Perform sign in/sign out of equipment (jump ropes, yoga mats)

* The Student Center Attendants may be allowed to eat during their shifts, as well as do their homework after all duties are completed

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Participate in campus events; serve as role model for other students
  • Punctuality; professional attitude; ability to communicate well with staff, students and co-workers
  • Maintain a high level of customer service; ability to maintain a clean working environment
  • Seeking someone who has a positive attitude, demonstrates flexibility, and is a team player
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • EXPERIENCE NEEDED: None


    Front Desk Attendant for Dorms

    NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 17

    HOURS NEEDED: W - SAT Shift 1(8-11pm) Shift 2(11pm to 2am)

    DUTIES: Responsible for picking up front desk binder and phone from Student Engagement Office in Jordan Center on scheduled work days; hand over binder and phone at change of shift; return binder and phone the following day; check in students; check-in guests of resident within visitation hours; registering all overnight guests; recording routine and emergency activities in staff log.

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Maintain a professional attitude and manner on and off campus; know and understand college and residence hall policies and procedures and be able to interpret them effectively; support and participate in the evaluation and implementation of College Residence Hall policies; ability to facilitate openness and honesty in the communication between students, Desk Attendants, RCC's, the Student Life Office and entire College community; be able to hold students accountable for guest visitation and escort policies; abide by dress code; monitor and maintain a professional online presence; able to balance academics with work and personal well being.

    EXPERIENCE NEEDED: None


    Office of Student Engagement Student Assistant

    NUMBER OF POSITIONS: 2

    HOURS NEEDED:

    4.5 hours a week. Upon hiring shifts will be determined depending on student availability.
    1 hour in-service meeting a month paid.

    DUTIES:

    • Maintain scheduled office hours and assist with the daily office operations as determined by supervisors
    • Complete administrative tasks for the Office of Student Engagement (light typing, copying, addressing envelopes, labels, campus mailings, etc.)
    • Assist with updating event attendance records
    • Post flyers around campus
    • Promote campus events through innovative and traditional advertising techniques including updating channel 16 & maintaining all social media outlets
    • Maintain bulletin boards in the Student Center, Davis, and outside Patton Hall
    • Run errands for Student Engagement staff
    • Conduct rounds of the student center to ensure the space is clean and everything is in its proper spot
    • Assist with event logistics
    • All other duties as assigned by the Director and Assistant Direct of Student Engagement

    * The Student Center Attendants may be allowed to eat during their shifts, as well as do their homework after all duties are completed

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    • Seeking someone who has a positive attitude, demonstrates flexibility, and is a team player
    • Seeking someone who wants to gain experience in office administration, event planning, or advertisement
    • Excellent customer service and people skills is a must
    • Cumulative GPA of a 2.0 or higher

    EXPERIENCE NEEDED:

    • Knowledge of office computer applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
    • Some PR/advertising skills preferred

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