Work Study students will assist with technology support for walk in users, phone users needing assistance primarily with connecting personal device’s to the campus wifi but also including setting up email on phones, account log in help etc. Some positions will assist technicians with onsite technical support, including relocating computers, installing software, imaging machines etc.
Job Duties: Police Office Worker/Front Desk – Customer service, answer phones, filing and keyboarding. Deal with customers regarding parking permits – verify name, address, phone and vehicle information, input information into system, assist with parking questions, give directions to campus buildings/town, deal with parking tickets, take detailed phone messages when needed. Qualifications: Good customer service skills, reliable, timeliness, attention to detail and confidentiality required. Must be in good standing with Judicial Affairs.
Clean the pool deck including gutters and stairwells.
Peer Tutor – PennWest Edinboro Compensation: $10 per hour Requirements: A or B courses you wish to tutor At least 12 credits completed as a PennWest student 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA Ability to work 5-10 hours per week in 110 Noss Hall Participation in tutor training during the first week of classes (week of 8/21) Duties: Provide peer tutoring to students enrolled in courses that you are approved to tutor. Assist with completion of assignments, preparing for exams, etc.
· Help to create an enjoyable, competitive, and respectful environment that will support growth in student athletes. · Assist head coach with management of social media platforms. · Capture images during women’s lacrosse games through photography and video. · Assist coach with managing equipment. · General office help. · Other duties as assigned.
Duties: Serving in a nonprofit organization in the Edinboro, PA area. Duties are dependent on site placement. Majority of sites are located off campus such as, the Food Pantry and Thrifty Threads. Qualifications: Must be prompt, courteous, efficient and well organized. Must be willing to potentially work weekends and evenings. Must be willing to do work among local and campus communities, these placements may be off campus.
Duties: Answer phone calls, schedule appointments, take phone messages, update records, restock the health center offices, and other miscellaneous tasks as needed. Qualifications: Must be prompt, courteous, efficient and well organized. Must be willing to work weekends and evenings. Confidentiality agreement must be signed. Minimum GPA of 2.50, previous customer service and computer data entry experiences preferred, and potentially be able to lift up to 40 pounds.
This position requires a high degree of responsibility and FERPA policies are strongly enforced. Responsible for assisting other students at the front counter with registration issues, transcript ordering and general academic policies. Additionally, will work in our computer system, Banner, and will be tasked with many different projects to assist Registrar leadership. This position will be on campus and cannot be remotely completed. This position is 20 hours a week and $10.00 per hour. Qualifications: Responsible independent work habits Dependable, …
Student Assistant for the College of Health Sciences and Human Services Dean’s Office – Clarion Campus
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Student assistant position in the College of Health Sciences and Human Services Dean’s Office at the Clarion Campus. The student will work at the front desk answering phones and greeting visitors in the Dean’s Office. Tasks include developing social media presence for college, creating and updating various spreadsheets and documents, filing documents, preparing mailings, assisting with special projects, running errands, and other tasks as needed. Students may work up to 10 hours per week. No weekend or evening hours.