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Student Worker Job Postings

ELIGIBILITY:

All students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the applicable academic year and be enrolled in at least six credit hours. To be eligible for a Federal Work Study position, the student must have an unmet need (see Financial Aid Office for eligibility).

How to Apply:

1. Review the available job posting(s). These positions are first come, first serve, and are filled very quickly. Please check frequently for openings.
2. Complete and print a job application and submit to the supervisor listed.
3. Supervisor may require interview or reference check.
4. If hired, the student will need to complete employment paperwork including verification of eligible citizenship, W-4, and other required forms.


ADVISEMENT OFFICE STUDENT WORKER

FEDERAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT: STUDENT AFFAIRS
REPORTS TO: TYLER BILLMAN
HOURS: 5 PER WEEK

SUMMARY:The student worker in this position will assist the Academic Advisors. Applicants must have excellent computer skills and organization skills.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* The processing of daily mail and copy requests will be priority
* Keep copy paper stocked
* Keep office supply inventory and supplies stocked
* Maintain brochure racks supplied with schedules, catalogs, handbooks, and other SIC brochures
* Construct folders for new students
* Be kind and helpful to students needing to see an advisor or Dean of Students and Enrollment Services
* Be proactive and take initiative, ask for work, and find something constructive that needs to be done
* May work in the Admissions or Financial Aid Office as needed

* SUGGESTED SKILLS:

* Computer skills and efficient in Microsoft Office
* Excellent communication skills


COMMUNITY EDUCATION STUDENT WORKER

FEDERAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY EDUCATION
REPORTS TO:  LORI COX
HOURS: 7 PER WEEK

SUMMARY: The student worker in this position will assist the GED supervisor and Dean of Academic Services.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Provide excellent customer service and greet people in a cordial manner
* Assist with preparations for Kids' Fair, Health Fair, Job Fair, Heritage Festival, and other community/kids programs
* Computer skills are required, make labels, copy, and assist with the web-based marketing such as Facebook and Constant Contact
* Must be enrolled during the 2015-2016 year to begin before July 1
* Student will be tested on computer and customer service skills


 SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC) STUDENT WORKER POSITION

INSTITUTIONAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT:
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
REPORTS TO: MARCEY MARTIN
HOURS: 10 PER WEEK (BEGINNING JULY 1)

SUMMARY: The student worker in this position must have a general understanding of Microsoft Office and be able to perform general office duties.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Must be enrolled at Southeastern for the 2016-2017 academic year
* Provide excellent customer service to students and greet people in a cordial manner
* Assist with filing and typing
* Responsible for answering phones and making phone calls
* Help with internet research
* Prepare mailings
* Assist with cleaning and other duties as assigned


  BUSINESS OFFICE STUDENT WORKER

INSTITUTIONAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT:
BUSINESS OFFICE
REPORTS TO: LISA HITE
HOURS: 14 PER WEEK

SUMMARY: The student worker in this position is required to have a general understanding of Microsoft Office and be able to perform general office duties. Business major preferred.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Must provide excellent customer service and greet people in a cordial manner
* Must be responsible, dependable, and demonstrate a pleasant and willing attitude
* Assist students/customers in person and by phone and answer questions concerning students accounts
* Accept student payments in person and over the phone
* Receipting of cash and daily balancing of cash
* Assist with filing accounting records
* Perform related duties in the Business Office as assigned