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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. 


COMMUNITY WORK STUDY POSITION

STUDENT MUST HAVE FEDERAL ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
REPORTS TO: CAROLINE MCSPARIN
OFFICE: Mary J Oldham Center for Child Study
HOURS: 20 HOURS PER WEEK
SALARY LEVEL: PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE

SUMMARY: The primary duties of this student employee will be to assist the CSC teachers and Coordinator with their routines and duties.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Must be a student at Southeastern Illinois College
  • Greet people in a cordial manner
  • Reading to children
  • Answer the phone and take messages
  • Making copies
  • Assisting with the bulletin boards
  • Preparing, serving, and cleaning up snacks and meals
  • Lifting children
  • Supervising play actiivities
  • Other duties as assigned by job supervisor

SUGGESTED SKILLS:

  • Must interact well with children, parents, college students, and visitors to the center
  • Work will be both inside and outside the building
  • TB test, physical exam, background check
  • Must be dependable

 

FEDERAL WORK STUDY POSITION

STUDENT MUST HAVE FEDERAL ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
REPORTS TO: MARCEY MARTIN, ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF SBDC
OFFICE: WORKFORCE AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION
HOURS: 4 HOURS PER WEEK
SALARY LEVEL: PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE

SUMMARY: The primary duties of this student employee will be clerical work for the Workforce & Community Education program.  The student will type, make copies, and answer phone calls.  The student employee may also be assigned other duties as needed by the supervisor. 


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greet people in a cordial manner
  • Answer the phone and take phone messages
  • Student will be expected to operate all copy machines
  • Typing
  • Filing
  • General office duties
  • Other duties as assigned by job supervisor

SUGGESTED SKILLS:

  • Good organizational skills
  • Knowledge of office procedures necessary
  • Computer experience required
  • Must be dependable
 

 

INSTITUTIONAL WORK STUDY POSITION

REPORTS TO: AMANDA PAYNE, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT
OFFICE: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
HOURS: 8 HOURS PER WEEK
SALARY LEVEL: PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE

SUMMARY: This job requires a person with typing, filing, computer and communication skills.  This person will be performing duties for the Office of Instruction, the work requires an honest, friendly student who can perform accurate and neat work.  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Typing
  • Computer Skills
  • Filing
  • Answer the phones and take messages
  • Make copies
  • Data Entry
  • Other duties as assigned

SUGGESTED SKILLS:

  • Computer knowledge required
  • Requires good communication skills
  • Ability to handle many jobs at one time
  • Must be dependable and friendly
  • Knowledge of office procedures needed


 

FEDERAL WORK STUDY POSITION

STUDENT MUST HAVE FEDERAL ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
REPORTS TO: KARLA LEWIS, ASSOCIATE DEAN OF THE LEARNING COMMONS
OFFICE: LEARNING COMMONS
HOURS: 6 HOURS PER WEEK
SALARY LEVEL: PREVAILING MINIMUM WAGE

SUMMARY: This student worker will perform tasks as assigned by the librarians. These include tasks students can accomplish on their own. They are expected to adhere to their set schedule and reliability is important. 


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greet people in a cordial manner
  • Answer the phone and take phone messages
  • Prepare books for shelf
  • Issue library cards and file registration cards
  • Data entry on computer
  • Keep library orderly
  • Charge materials from library
  • Other duties as assigned by job supervisor

SUGGESTED SKILLS:

  • Computer and typing skills required
  • Must be responsible
  • Requires good communication skills
  • Must be very dependable
  • Knowledge of library skills helpful

 


 

COMMUNITY WORK STUDY POSITION

STUDENT MUST HAVE FEDERAL ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
REPORTS TO: RHONDA BELFORD – OHIO RIVER SCENIC BYWAY PRESIDENT
HOURS: 8 HOURS PER WEEK

SUMMARY: The student worker position will assist the Ohio River Scenic Byway President. This position is offered in semester increments and may be re-opened at the end of each semester. Applicant must be community minded and detail-oriented. Good communication and computer skills are needed.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Must be customer service oriented and work well with the public
  • Must function as part of a team
  • Assist the ORSB in community efforts and outreach (May require some travel within the ORSB/SIC district.)
  • Be self-motivated and complete projects in a timely manner
  • Take direction from the ORSB President
  • Work days and hours will be flexible
  • Filing and organizational office skills needed
  • Review/understand the ORSB goals and interpretive plan
  • Process daily ingoing and outgoing email and social media activity
  • Answer and triage phone calls i.e. requests as needed
  • Other duties as assigned