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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 Financial Aid Department.
3. After the student has completed employment paperwork and FAFSA Verification (if applicable), the application will be forwarded to the supervisor. 
4. The supervisor will contact the student for an interview. 


 FINANCIAL AID STUDENT WORKER

FEDERAL WORK STUDY AND INSTITUTIONAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT: STUDENT AFFAIRS
REPORTS TO:  MICHELLE METTEN
HOURS: UP TO 15 PER WEEK       

THIS POSITION WILL BEGIN JULY 1, 2018, OR AT THE START OF THE FALL SEMESTER. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATIONS NOW. THANK YOU! 

SUMMARY: The student worker in this position will assist the Financial Aid Office as well as some assistance with tuition payments. This position is offered in semester increments and may be re-opened at the end of each semester. Applicant must be detailed-oriented and have excellent communication and computer skills.

 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Must be customer service oriented and work well with the public
  •  Must function as part of a team
  •  Assist students and parents with the FAFSA
  •  Be self-motivated and complete projects in a timely manner
  •  Take direction from the Financial Aid team
  •  Must work assigned days and hours
  •  File financial aid applications and forms
  •  Receipt tuition payments
  •  Understand FERPA and confidentiality regulations
  •  Process daily ingoing and outgoing mail
  •  Answer and triage phone calls
  •  Other duties as assigned

COMMUNITY EDUCATION STUDENT WORKER

FEDERAL WORK STUDY
DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY EDUCATION
REPORTS TO:  LORI COX/MARCEY MARTIN
HOURS: 5 PER WEEK

THIS POSITION WILL BEGIN JULY 1, 2018, OR AT THE START OF THE FALL SEMESTER. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE SUBMIT APPLICATIONS NOW. THANK YOU! 

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

 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Must be a student at Southeastern Illinois College – enrolled in the 2018-2019 academic year
  • Provide excellent customer service and greet people in a cordial manner
  • Assist with preparations for Kid’s 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
  • Student will be tested on computer and customer service skills