On-Campus Jobs Questions? Need help? ON-CAMPUS JOB POSTINGS

Updated 11/17/14
On-Campus Jobs
Questions? Need help?
Contact The Office of Student Employment at 330-972-7405
ON-CAMPUS JOB POSTINGS
Department
Student Life
Location
Student
Union,
Akron OH
44325
Contact info
Kalyn Jorgensen;
330-972-6504;
[email protected]
kron.edu
Job Title
Pay Rate
Student
$7.95
Organization
Resource
Center
(SOuRCe)
Liaison LEGO
Manager
Hrs/Week
Duties
20 hours Job description: The SOuRCe
per week Liaison Manager reports to the
Assistant Director, Student Life
and Graduate Assistant(s) for
the SOuRCe. The SOuRCe
Liaison Manager will be
responsible for the day-to-day
operation of the SOuRCe, along
with managing the staff of the
area. The SOuRCe Liaison
Manager is a part of the
SOuRCe staff, which works to
provide the resources necessary
for organizations to have a
successful year and to promote
involvement while creating
opportunities for students to
actively engage in campus life.
Desired skills and
qualifications:
- Must be an active member of
at least one (1) registered
student organization
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- Must be enrolled in 12 credit
hours and have and maintain
2.25 accumulative G.P.A.
- Able and willing to work at
least 20 hours/week. Hours will
be divided between daytime
hours and evening hours at the
SOuRCe.
- Be friendly, enthusiastic and
a self-motivator who is customer
service oriented.
- Possess strong presentation
skills along with the ability to
assist others in preparing
presentations.
- Polite, friendly, and dedicated
to work with others and display
a positive attitude toward the
Student Union, its mission
statement and the University of
Akron.
What skills will the student
develop? Customer service,
supervision, training,
administration, planning,
communication, assessment,
leadership.
Application: Fill out the
Department of Student Life
Application for Employment in
person.
O Applications can be picked
up/returned to the Center for
Service and Leadership located
on the first floor of the Student
Union
o Important: Please write at the
top of this application “SOuRCe
Manager”
o
If the applicant is a
current Student Life employee,
only #2 and #3 are needed
2. Resume
3. Cover Letter
4. Turn in required materials to
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the Center for Service and
Leadership (first floor of the
Student Union)
Additional information:
Deadline to apply is
Wednesday, November 26th
Posted 11/17/14
Student
Financial Aid
Simmons
Hall 202
Jackie Davis,
Grad Assistant $9
330-972-5159,
[email protected]
du
Job description: Federal Loans
24-29
hours per
Desired skills and
week
qualifications: Computer skills,
Microsoft Office, Customer
Service
Job application instructions:
Email me your resume at
[email protected]
Additional information: Need
students that can work Fall,
Spring and Summers.( New
Grad Assistant only)
Posted 11/17/14
Associate
VP/Controller
185 E Mill Debbie Beynon, Student
Street –
[email protected] Assistant
ASB
n.edu
Administra
tive
Services
Building
$7.95
Spring &
Fall up to
20
hrs/week
,
Summer
up to
29hrs/we
ek
Job description – Student
Assistant will assist Controller’s
Office in journal entries, account
reconciliations, property
accounting, inventories, and
other accounting projects as
assigned.
Desired skills and
qualifications – Familiar with
Excel, Word & Access – will be
using PeopleSoft
What skills will the student
develop? Practical application
of Accounting practices.
Job application instructions:
Please email resume to
[email protected] with
Updated 11/17/14
contact info for interview
process.
Additional information –
ONLY accounting majors need
apply. Sophomore or upper
class would be preferred. (No
grad assistantships available)
Posted 11/14/14
Accounts
Payable
185 E Mill Debbie Beynon, Student
Street –
[email protected] Assistant
ASB
n.edu
Administra
tive
Services
Building
$7.95
Spring &
Fall up to
20
hrs/week
,
Summer
up to
29hrs/we
ek
Job description – Student
Assistant will assist the
Accounts Payable department
auditing and ensuring quality
control.
Desired skills and
qualifications – Familiar with
Excel & Word– will be using
PeopleSoft. Attention to detail is
required.
What skills will the student
develop? Practical experience
in an accounting environment.
Job application instructions:
Please email resume to
[email protected] with
contact info for interview
process.
Additional information –
ONLY accounting majors need
apply.
Posted 11/14/14
Physical
Facilities
146 Hill St. Charles Weigand Student
Akron, Oh [email protected] Assistant
$7.95
MondayFriday
7am3:30pm
Job Description: Recycling of
plastic bottles, cans, glass,
pallets, batteries, and
cardboard. Includes walking for
extended periods of time.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Must be able to
commit to a regular schedule,
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have a valid driver’s license, be
dependable, lift up to 30
pounds, and the ability to work
independently.
Job Application Instructions:
Please e-mail your resume and
application to [email protected]
Posted 10/22/14
Physical
Facilities
178 S.
Andrew Henry
Student
Forge St. [email protected] Assistant,
Akron, OH n.edu
Grounds
Maintenance
$7.95
6am4:30pm
MondaySunday
Job Description: Litter control,
snow removal, mowing,
planting, weeding, watering,
mulching, and beautifying
campus.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Able to work in
inclement weather conditions,
previous experience with
outdoor work and the desire to
learn. Must have a valid driver’s
license.
Job Application Instructions:
Send resume to Andrew Henry
[email protected]
Posted 10/22/14
Physical
Facilities
Operations
Center
146 Hill St. John Tompkins
Akron, Oh 330-972-6147
44325
[email protected]
Stockroom
Student
Assistant
$8.10
MondayFriday
available
between
the hours
of 7am3:30pm
Job Description: Assist in daily
operations of stockroom, pick-up
and delivery of goods, data
entry, Microsoft Word and Excel.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Valid driver’s
license, clean driving record,
clerical and phone skills. The
ability to operate a variety of
motor vehicles.
What skills will the student
develop? Database software,
interpersonal skills, teamwork
base.
Updated 11/17/14
Job Application Instructions:
Send resume to [email protected]
Posted 10/22/14
Career Center Student
Michael Kulick
Graphic
$8.50
Union 303 [email protected] Design Intern
Carroll
u
Street
15-20
One paid internship position is
available in the Career Center
starting immediately. The
position has the possibility of
renewal after the first year.
Hours are flexible depending on
academic schedule (15-20
hours per week).
Goals and Learning
Objectives:
• Begin/supplement the creation
of a professional portfolio
• Develop skills in the design
and production of marketing
and public relations materials
• Develop communication and
collaboration skills and the
ability to work on a team
• Apply previously learned
design skills to the
development of a variety of
marketing pieces and
publications
• Develop new and/or enhance
technical competencies
utilizing Adobe CS6 design
software (specifically InDesign,
Illustrator, and Photoshop),
Microsoft Office applications,
and other graphics packages
• Develop time management
techniques to meet deadlines
Areas of Responsibility/Major
Projects :
• Create and update the
Center’s semester and annual
publications as outlined in the
Center’s marketing timeline
• Create and design marketing
pieces/publications from
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conception of ideas to print in
the form of fliers, posters,
postcards, banners, brochures,
newsletters, table tents,
handouts, etc., and all other
graphic design needs
• Ensure timeliness when
working on projects in order to
meet deadlines
• Assist staff with support of the
distribution of marketing
materials, when needed
Qualifications:
• University of Akron
undergraduate student (Must be
at least sophomore status)
• Declared major in Graphic
Design
• Strong written and oral
communication skills and welldeveloped interpersonal skills
• Ability to multi-task and meet
project deadlines
• Attention to detail
• Ability to take initiative on
projects and see through to
completion
• Experience with Microsoft
Office products, Adobe CS6
design software (specifically
InDesign, Illustrator, and
Photoshop)
• Ability to listen to others and
convert their ideas/concepts
into marketing
pieces/publications
• Basic web page design
knowledge
Hours: flexible depending on
academic schedule (15-20
hours per week expected)
Application Procedures:
1. A resume that outlines work
experience, education, and
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skills.
2. Please note to be
considered for this position you
must not graduate before May
2015.
Deadline
Deadline to apply is Friday,
November 7th
SEND MATERIALS TO:
Mike Kulick
Career Center
Attn: Graphic Design Internship
Student Union 211
The University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325-4306
or email
[email protected]
posted 10/17/14
Distance
Learning
Services
Leigh Hall Michelle Reed
Classroom
[email protected] Student
akorn.edu
Assistant
$7.95
MWF
6:45am2pm or
TTH
6:45am2pm
Job Description: Provide
customer service in the Distance
Learning Classroom;
communicate with the staff.
This position will be an as
needed position to help cover
students that call off, get sick or
if there are other last minute
added events that need
coverage. No guarantee on set
hours. Must be available one of
the 2 shifts. You will receive
training and based on
performance, you could receive
guaranteed house for
subsequent semesters.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Outstanding
customer service and
communication skills, ambitious,
quick thinking, assertive and
confident, basic computer
knowledge. Training will be
provided.
Updated 11/17/14
Application Instructions:
Email the following to
[email protected] to be
considered: resume, references,
and available hours (not class
schedule).
Posted 10/13/14
Drs. Nicholas
and Dorothy
Cummings
Center for the
History of
Psychology
Roadway
Building;
73 S.
College
Street
Dr. Jodi Kearns
[email protected]
edu
330.972.7952
Student
Assistant for
Digital
Projects
$7.95
Students
must be
able to fit
the 20
hours in
between
classes
from 8-5
Monday
through
Friday
and 10-4
on
Saturday
s.
Job description: The
Cummings Center for the
History of Psychology seeks one
organized, meticulous
undergraduate student assistant
to help process and digitize
historical materials. The Digital
Projects department at The
Cummings Center seeks to hire
one (and possibly more)
undergraduate student
assistants for up to 20 hours/
week for the end of the Fall
2014 semester and for the
Spring 2015 semester, with the
possibility of continued
employment based on favorable
performance review. Student
Assistants for Digital Projects
are responsible for entering
information into the database;
digitizing documents and media;
organizing materials, and other
tasks as assigned. Students
Assistants will likely need to be
able to lift 30 pounds. Student
assistants are required to work
at the front desk reception area
greeting guests and answering
the phone for several hours
each week and one Saturday
each month.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Preference will
be given to students who have
experience using flatbed
scanners, cameras, and other
digitizing equipment, and who
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have experience working in
libraries, archives, or museums.
Skills Developed: best
practices in handling,
organizing, and digitizing
archival documents.
Job application instructions:
Send resume with cover letter
describing the experience and
skills you could bring to the
Digital Projects department at
the Cummings Center by email
to Dr. Jodi Kearns
[email protected] by
November 7, 2014.
Additional Information: The
Cummings Center for the
History of Psychology is located
on the corner of Mill and College
Streets on the UA campus. The
Center is home to thousands of
books, unpublished
manuscripts, film, artifacts,
sound recordings, and grey
literature documents available
for digitization and research.
Posted 10/10/14
Student
Academic
Success
Polsky
Tutoring
Labs
Andrew
Student
Richardson,
Assistant
Coordinator of
Tutorial Services;
[email protected]
u
$7.95
Varies,
but
seeking
serious
candidat
es willing
to be
flexible
and work
hours to
meet
departme
nt needs
Job description: Student
assistants at our reception desk
are the backbone of our team,
as they are responsible for
scheduling appointments for our
tutors, running our computer
software program, controlling
the flow of students into the
labs, and managing the phone.
Desired skills and
qualifications:
• Strong work ethic and a
commitment to doing tasks the
right way.
• Outgoing, friendly
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personality.
• Able to multi-task under a
variety of circumstances.
• Detail oriented.
• Excellent verbal and written
communication skills.
• Driven to be a successful,
contributing member of a team.
• 3.0 or better cumulative
GPA.
Job application instructions:
Obtain and complete an
application instructions and
packet from Andrew
Richardson, Coordinator,
Tutorial Services at
[email protected] Applicants
must submit a resume as part of
the items requested in the
application instructions and
packet.
Additional information: times
needed: Good availability
between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
– 6:00 p.m. needed; morning
availability a plus.
Posted 10/09/14
Department of Student
Student Life
Union,
Akron, OH
44325
Ali Doehring;
330-972-7352;
[email protected]
edu
Civic
$7.95
Engagement
Student
Assistant
10-15
hours
per
week
Job description: Civic
Engagement Student Assistant
reports to GA, Civic
Engagement. The Civic
Engagement Student Assistant
will help in the programming and
implementation of current Civic
Engagement programs and
events as well as initiating new
programs and collaborations on
campus. The student assistant
would not only gain experience
in planning service events, but
will also gain valuable
leadership experience,
knowledge of the importance of
civic responsibility, and will
encourage others to get
involved on campus by through
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leadership and networking.
Desired skills and
qualifications:
 Must be Undergraduate
Student enrolled in 12
undergraduate credit hours.
Must have and maintain
2.25 cumulative G.P.A.
 Able and willing to work 1015 hours/week.
 Excellent written and oral
communication skills.
 Demonstrates leadership
ability.
 Ability to work with minimal
supervision, in a timely
manner, and meet project
deadlines.
 Ability to provide polite and
friendly customer service,
and display a positive
attitude toward the Student
Union, its mission, and The
University of Akron.
 Experience working with
non-profit agencies and/or
volunteer experience.
What skills will the student
develop?
 Planning service events
 Leadership skills
 Civic responsibility
Job application instructions:
Please submit a resume and
letter of interest to Ali Doehring
Additional information:
Responsibilities are as follows:
 Present: Contribute and
volunteer at all of the tabling
and information sessions
 Administrative: Log and
track:
 Service hours for students
 Service hours for events held
within our office
 Track Student RSVP forms
 Track Agency Marketing
Forms
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 Student Leadership Roles:
Serve as a leader for service
events such as Student
Leader for ASB, Project/Table
Leader for MDD, site leader
for service projects (MDD,
NVW, SSS).
 Program Planning:
Research, create, and assess
new service programs
 Liaison: Stay in
communication with servicefocused student organizations
about their upcoming events
and serve as a resource to
help organizations and
students plan service projects
 Assessment: Assist with
creating and reviewing area
assessments
 Marketing: Help maintain
social media sites including:
UA website, Facebook, and
OrgSync. Assist with
promotion of service
experiences through
Marketing Requests, Zipmail,
Email Digest, and monthly
newsletters. Assist in
compiling and overseeing the
Civic Engagement list-serv
which is used to promote
upcoming events/programs.
 L.E.G.O. Program:
Participate in the academic
component and maintain the
expectations as outlined in the
L.E.G.O. manual and Student
Employee Handbook.
 Student Life Staff: Attend all
supervisory meetings, area
meetings and mentor
meetings.
 Other duties or special
programs assigned
Posted 10/03/14
Updated 11/17/14
UA Business
Solutions
Polsky
building 466
Jean Spangler; Program
[email protected] Assistant
.edu
$8.50
15-20
hours
per
week
Job description: Student
Program Assistant provides
support and assistance in the
development and delivery of
educational programs and
associated sales and
marketing initiatives; duties
may include (but are not
limited to) support of
internal/external
stakeholders, implementation
of routine program logistics,
participation in team
activities, use of electronic
communications and
technology, preparation of
reports and program
documentation, support of
budget activities and data
collection/input activities.
• Provide routine program
logistics/maintain
requirements or activities to
ensure quality of programs
• Monitor program
development timelines and
communicate status to
supervisor
• Assist in the
development, editing, and
production of materials,
letters, forms, etc.
• Update course materials,
schedules, requirements and
provide information to
students/participants;
resolve problems
• Assist in preparing reports
and program documentation
• Prepare program
confirmation and
correspondence
• Enter data into systems
• Provide excellent
customer service via in
person, telephone and emails
• Efficiently use all forms of
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electronic communications
(basic software applications)
Desired skills and
qualifications: Data Entry
Skills, Reporting Skills,
Administrative Writing Skills,
Understanding the Customer,
Customer Focus, Informing
Others, Self-Development,
Attention to Detail,
Professionalism, Microsoft
Office Skills, Teamwork
What skills will the student
develop? Students will gain
knowledge in sales,
marketing and Lean
processes. They will also
have the opportunity to take
professional development
courses at no charge once
approved by supervisor.
Job application
instructions: Qualified
applicants will submit a cover
letter and resume to
[email protected]
Applicants will be reviewed
through an interview process.
Various
Tanya Daniluk
Tutor
Akron
Elementar [email protected] Reading,
writing, math
OFF CAMPUS y Schools edu
position:
Federal Work
Study
Various
Akron
Elementary
Schools
(candidates
will choose
$10
Posted 9/24/14
flexible Federal Work Study
position. Must have FAFSA
on file
Application instructions:
Email resume and ID number
(to check for FWS eligibility)
to Tanya Daniluk at
[email protected]
Updated 11/17/14
placement)
Federal Work
Study
OFF CAMPUS
position:
Community
AIDS
Network/Akron
Pride Initiative
Akron, oh
Tanya Daniluk
[email protected]
edu
Administrative $10
Assistant
General
office
hours
are 9:00
a.m. to
5:00
p.m.
Monday
through
Friday.
Closed
on all
Federal
Holiday
s.
Flexibili
ty
availabl
e.
Federal Work Study
position. Must have FAFSA
on file
Basic Function: Complete
administrative tasks. Deliver
outreach, education, and
prevention programs according
to the mission of the Agency.
Complete data entry into Excel
and QuickBooks. Assist with
CANAPI fundraising activities
and events.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Action Oriented: enjoys
working hard and looks for
challenges; able to act and
react as necessary, even
when limited information is
available; not afraid to take
charge of a situation
Personal qualities:
enthusiasm, integrity,
credibility, accountability, and
commitment to the mission of
CANAPI
Empathetic with thorough
understanding of HIV/AIDS
clientele and the
psychological, physical and
socioeconomic implications
on the lives of those afflicted
and affected by the virus
Flexible and able to multitask; can work in an
ambiguous, fast-moving
environment, while also
driving toward clarity and
solutions; demonstrates
resourcefulness.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender, and queer
sensitivity
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Ability to work both
independently and as part of
a team, with people from a
variety of different, racial,
ethnic, socioeconomic,
educational, religious, sexual,
gender and generational
backgrounds
Proficiency in general office
equipment, personal
computers and Microsoft
Office software
Proficiency in using Social
Media outlets
Self-motivated and able to
work independently as well as
cooperatively with other staff
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Maintain materials and
supplies for risk reduction and
pride initiative programs
• Open and sort incoming
mail.
• Maintain and order
office/building supplies
• Enter data into tracking
spreadsheets, compile
reports
• Enter financial data into
QuickBooks.
• Assist with the completion of
reports as required by the
Akron Health Department and
Ohio Department of Health
and other regulatory
organizations as assigned
• Maintain confidential client
folders as well as other
records, reports or files as
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required
• Perform outreach and
education programming in the
community as needed
• Assist with management of
Social Media outreach
• Perform administrative
responsibilities as needed by
the Executive Director
• Maintain client
confidentiality
• Assists with fundraising
activities as requested
• Light office cleaning
• Other duties as assigned
This General Position
Description lists many of the
duties, responsibilities and
qualifications for this position,
however, no position
description can be static or
all-inclusive. Every position
at CANAPI needs to be
flexible and able to perform
and assume other duties as
needed for the success of our
operations. As such, this
Position Description is subject
to change by management at
any time.
Application instructions:
Email resume and ID number
(to check for FWS eligibility)
to Tanya Daniluk at
[email protected]
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Dining
Services
Student
Union
Building
Sharon Zaroka, Student
[email protected] Assistant
$7.95
No more
than 29.
Needing
10 am –
4 pm
availabilit
y and
weekend
s
Job description: Team
Member for Ohio Burger
Company in the Student Union.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Positive
Attitude, hard working, willing to
learn, flexible schedule, willing
to be promoted into Student
Management positions for
closing, cash handling, deposits,
supervision of closing
responsibilities.
Job application instructions:
Please email Sharon for
consideration with a copy of
your Fall class schedule, or
come in and fill out an
application.
Posted 8/11/14
Auxiliary
120 East Beck Pete
Enterprises/Re Mill Street
tail
Akron. Oh 330-972-8828
44308
[email protected]
du
Custom
Apparel
student
assistant
$8.00
begin at
10 hours
and may
work up
to 20
when
necessar
y
Job Description: Running
storefront and assisting
customers, Designing t-shirts,
taking part in marketing and
promotional events, manning
tables at special events, printing
and embroidering clothing.
Desired skills/Qualifications:
Significant graphic design
experience, graphic design
majors preferred, strong
communication skills.
Job application Instructions:
Please send your resume to
Becky Pete at
[email protected], and contact
her with any questions at 330972-8828.
Posted 8/8/14
Updated 11/17/14
University
185 East Janet Watts
Student
Communicatio Mill Street, [email protected] Graphic
Designer
ns and
Room 101 u
Marketing
$8
10-20
Job description– update
existing print and electronic art
and develop new concepts.
Work with graphic designer,
creative team.
Qualifications – Student must
demonstrate proficiency in
Adobe InDesign, Illustrator,
Photoshop software, MAC
equipment, have a portfolio and
be self-motivated and
enthusiastic
Job Application Instructions:
Please apply via e-mail with a
resume to Janet Watts, e-mail
[email protected]
Additional Information:
Looking for student to begin fall
semester and continue through
next academic year.
Posted 8/6/14
Dining
Services –
University
Catering
Wait staff
$7.95
1.
Flexible2.
Up to 28
hours per
week
3.
between
M-F 8:00
am –
5:00 pm
Desired skills and
qualifications
A little experience is preferred
Job application instructions
Fill out an application in
the dining administration office
located in Robertson Hall and
mention this ad.
Posted 7/18/2014
Updated 11/17/14
Dining
Services,
Catering
Student
Union
Chef Matt Regula Student
Assistant,
330-972-8266
Dishwasher,
kitchen help
[email protected]
du
Based on Up to 29 FALL 2014
experience
Job description:
Kitchen Prep, cooking,
dishwashers
Preferred kitchen experience for
kitchen help positions
Job application instructions:
Please email Chef Matt
At [email protected]
with inquiries and include
resume. Mention any relative
experience in email
Dining
Services
135 S
Broadway
Student
Assistant
Posted 7/11/14
$7.95/
average Job description: baking of
hour or
of 25
items for dining outlets including
more
hours
cakes, breads and pastries,
based on
cleaning and stocking area,
experience
delivery of items to campus
outlets
Desired skills and
qualifications: must be
dependable, previous baking
experience preferred, cake
decorating experience a plus
Skills you will develop: Team
building, sanitary food-handling,
time management
Dining
Services
Stadium suit
and Loge
attendants and
bartenders
$10
(must
commit to
ALL
games)
Job application instructions:
Apply in dining services
administration offices. Rob’s,
248 E Buchtel Ave
Posted 7.1.2014
The candidates for bartending
should be at least 21 years old
and have some experience. The
candidates, for both positions,
also should be available for all 6
games (see games schedule)
Application instructions: The
students can apply at the Dining
Services admin. Office in the
Robertson dining hall building.
Posted 6/25/2014
Updated 11/17/14
WAYNE
COLLEGE:
Wayne
College
Christine Dreher Computer Lab
Assistant
330-684-8768
[email protected]
$7.95/hr
Developmental 1901
Smucker
Programs
10-12/
week
This position is in Orrville, OH;
Wayne College
Job Duties: Serve as a
computer lab assistant for the
Road
department (greet students, help
students with technology related
Orrville
questions, troubleshoot
OH
computer software problems,
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assist with projects, and misc.
duties)
Qualifications
Excellent customer service,
strong communication,
organization and computer skills
(especially in Microsoft Office
software). There is an
assessment given to determine
if required skills are met.
This position is in Orrville, OH;
Wayne College
Parking and
Transportation
Services
North
Campus
Parking
Deck
Main Office,
Special Event $7.95
(330) 972-7213,
Worker
[email protected]
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Please e-mail resume to
Christine Dreher
[email protected]
Various Job description: Charging for
Days /
parking spaces during special
Nights / events on main UA campus.
Weekend Entails working outside in
s; 6+
seasonal weather conditions;
hours /
cold, heat, snow, rain.
week,
sign up Desired skills and
around qualifications: Excellent
your
customer service, good verbal
class
skills, positive attitude. Basic
schedule math / money handling skills as
, 7am to well as an attention to detail.
1pm
morning What skills will the student
develop? Verbal
shift
employe communication, public relations,
es
problem solving / critical
desired. thinking.
Job application instructions:
Updated 11/17/14
Parking and
North
Transportation Campus
Services
Parking
Deck
Main Office,
Campus Lot
(330) 972-7213, Monitor
[email protected]
edu
$7.95
Monday
– Friday
4 hour
shifts
available
between
8am and
5pm
Complete an application at
P&TS office N.C.P.D. next to
Simmons Hall
Job description: Use handheld
computer equipment to issue
parking citations on the main UA
campus. Entails walking the
campus checking for permit
compliance and offering visitor
assistance.
Desired skills and
qualifications: Excellent
customer service, good verbal
skills, positive attitude. Basic
computer / tech skills as well as
an attention to detail.
What skills will the student
develop? Verbal
communication, public relations,
problem solving / critical
thinking.
Job application instructions:
Complete an application at
P&TS office N.C.P.D. next to
Simmons Hall
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