Department Location Title Description Qualifications Student Requirements Pay Grade/Level
Academic Affairs HC1016 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk maintain databases, creating, editing, proofreading materials, producing forms, flyers, booklets, labels, letters, and PowerPoint (Prezi) documents. web searches, assist with large mailings (labels, sorting, stuffing envelopes, etc.), filing, copying, scanning, shredding documents, set up chairs, tables for events, set up equipment (phone and/or computer) for conference meetings, deliver confidential material to other offices, answering phones Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access able to merge documents, ability to work independently, strong interpersonal skills, business casual attire with flexible schedule Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Academic Grants LT 126 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Duties Include: Moderate Typing, data entry, answering phones, and web searches. The student should possess good communications skills, basic typing skills, knowledge of word, organizational skills, and responsibility. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Grants LT 126 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Duties Include: web searches, data entry, proof reading, answering the phones, copying, filing, front desk coverage, delegating work to peers, conversions on adobe acrobat and assists faculty with data access system. Student must be able to work independently, and handle highly confidential information. The student must have good communication skills, knowledge of word, excel and the internet. Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Students who have been screened by the ALC staff and meet the requirements must attend a tutor training program. Minimum cumulative of 3.0 for content areas and 3.3 for proofreading as well as faculty recommendation required. Students must be screened by ALC. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Student Assistant Students work with instructors in the classroom providing support on an individual as well as small group basis. Classroom assistants are also available to assist a student outside of class. Courses requiring assistants include: Introductory Algebra, Introduction to College Writing, and Introducton to College Reading. Minimum cummulative 3.0, 3.3 for reading/writing courses and faculty recommendation required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Student Assistant This is a position required the dual role of Academic Learning Center receptionist/office assistant and proofreader for students submitting their papers for review. Work during lunch and or evening hours. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 and excellent writing skills required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Review session and Drop in Tutors: Students conduct these sessions upon faculty requests. Tutors meet with instructor for direction on the material to be covered in the session. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, a B+ or higher in the course being tutored and a recommendation from the faculty required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Creates, maintains, and updates ALC website. Maintains online course updates in LearningSpace. Functions as online tutor for ALC courses. Needs to have knowledge of website. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Reader/Proof Reader Checks online proofreading systems daily. Proofreads papers online and updates courses in e-learning. Functions as online tutor for ALC courses. . Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Media Assistant PowerPoint development and enhancement. Computer/ PowerPoint skills Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Web Technical/Online Tutor: Creates, maintains, and updates ALC website. Maintains online course updates in LearningSpace. Functions as online tutor for ALC courses . Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Learning Center LB 331 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Students who have been screened by the ALC staff and meet the requirements must attend a tutor training program. Minimum cumulative of 3.0 for content areas and 3.3 for proofreading as well as faculty recommendation required. Students must be screened by ALC. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty Hancock Center 1016 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk General office work including typing, filing, answering phones, mailings, strong interpersonal skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Must be polite and professional. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty Hancock Center 1016 Intern Students will be expected to develop a good overview of the local approval process associated with the development and administration of a major capital project by the college. Student will also gain basic knowledge about college and university budgeting, (both operating and capital), disaster recovery readiness and institutional planning. Student will assist in the development of presentations for the Town Planning Board, the drafting of a campus-wide disaster recovery plan and the review and assessment of the College's Economic Impact Statement. Executive Vice President will meet with student weekly to answer questions and review in detail projects under development. Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty LT 128 Event Staff Commencement Usher Purpose: To assist with commencement. Duties and Responsibilities: Perform many duties including distributing programs, directing traffic, answering questions or complaints, crowd control and directing student traffic for the processional and recessional. This is strenuous work requiring long periods of standing, possibly carrying boxes and much walking. Work is performed with limited supervision and requires some use of independent judgment. Qualifications: Good communication skills and basic knowledge of campus facilities. Pay Level III - Skilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty LT 128 Student Assistant Commencement Publications Assistant: Provide Assistance to the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs in the design and formatting of the text and graphics of two commencement ceremony informational guide publications using Adobe Indesign CS3 The student must possess advanced skills with Adobe Indesign CS3. Any combination of training and experience sufficient to complete tasks and meet printer deadlines is required. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty HC 1016 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk General office work including answering phones, typing, filing, and mailings. Strong interpersonal skills, being polite and professional. Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty Hancock Center 1016 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk General office work including typing, filing, answering phones, mailings, strong interpersonal skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Must be polite and professional Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty Hancock Center 1016 Event Staff Commencement Usher Purpose: To assist with commencement. Duties and Responsibilities: Perform many duties including distributing programs, directing traffic, answering questions or complaints, crowd control and directing student traffic for the processional and recessional. This is strenuous work requiring long periods of standing, possibly carrying boxes and much walking. Work is performed with limited supervision and requires some use of independent judgment. Good communication skills and basic knowledge of campus facilities. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Academic Vice President/Dean of Faculty Hancock Center 1016 Student Assistant Commencement Publications Assistant: Provide Assistant to the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs in the design and formatting of the text and graphics of two commencement ceremony informational guide publications using Adobe Indesign CS3. The student must possess advanced skills with Adobe Indesign CS3. Any combination of training and experience sufficient to complete tasks and meet printer deadlines is required. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Admissions RO 381 Student Assistant Students work between 8am and 5pm and once summer tours begin sufficient staffing will be required to cover the hours. Students must dress is business casual. Duties include: phones, booking tours, filling out information requests, transferring numerous calls to other departments and counselors taking both the information and beverage table, making coffee, dumping and cleaning pots, and facilitating information sessions (including set-up and clean-up of room 384) Dealing with the public and being on the frontline with little supervision and incorporating independent judgment is required. Pay Level III - Skilled
Admissions RO 381 Tour Guide/Tour Room Students must be in the room during most tour times and keep room clean and neat. Plus they must be in a room in dorm that is shown. Skills required are speaking, knowledge of marist, ability to deal with a diverse group of people, ability to wake-up by 10am. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Admissions RO 381 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Assist in the daily functions of the Office of Operations. Students must open mail, alphabetize, sort and deliver, perform data entry, file, assist in production of mailings and other communications. Run errands to different parts of campus as necessary Must have an interest in working in a high-volume, busy office. Students need to have strong organization skills, typing skills, must be detail oriented. Students must be able to handle high volume of confidential info. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Admissions RO 381 Media Assistant Admissions Media Coordinator: Work with digital photography and digital asset management. Needs to have highly technical skills and professional experience in digital photography and digital asset management. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Admissions RO 381 Media Assistant Multimedia Assistant: Assist with photography, the creation of a new multimedia show, conducting interviews, and gathering stories about activities at the college to be used in newsletters, email campaigns, the web site, and other publications. . Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Admissions RO 381 Tour Guide/Tour Room Give tours to families around campus Skills: speaking, knowledge of Marist, ability to deal with a diverse group of people, ability to walk backwards. Pay level depends on school year. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Admissions RO 381 Student Assistant Students must dress business casual. Dealing with public and being on the frontline with little supervision and incorporating independent judgment is required. Includes basic office work. Skills required are speaking, knowledge of Marist, ability to deal with a diverse group of people. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Admissions Admissions Office Student Assistant Students serve as a liaison for the Marist College Admission Office and their respective high school guidance department. They are positive, enthusiastic and involved representatives of the student body, and willing to share their college experience with prospective students to help te Admission Office with off-campus recruitment efforts. Must have knowledge and enthusiasm about Marist College Pay Level I - Unskilled
Admissions Rotunda 381 Student Assistant Assist Director of Strategic Enrollment Management with creating enrollment reports. Maintain competitor data file. Assist with research projects and competitor analysis. Knowledge of Excel, Word, Internet, and Google Documents required. Must possess the ability to work independently with great attention to detail. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Advancement FN 010 Student Assistant Duties: sorting, filing, data entry. Organize forms associated with the phonathon. Retrieve data on the mainframe, run errands, assist in the preparation of office mailings, locate pledge cards and/or phonathon upon receipt of gifts. Knowledge of Microsoft Word helpful. High level of confidentially required. Able to work independently with limited supervision. Must utilize independent judgment when sorting. Appropriate office attire is a must. Must work mornings. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Advancement FN 010 Event Staff Drives golf carts to provide assistance for elderly and handicapped people. Must have a valid drivers license. Pay Level III - Skilled
Advancement FN 010 Event Staff Student hired for special occasions to play piano. . Pay Level III - Skilled
Advancement Fontaine 017 Student Assistant A student assistant is needed to help plan and coordinate special events on campus, especially the academic conference, Evolution, Faith & Co-Creation. Will help manage mailing lists, make phonecalls, respond to requests for information, verify information, coordinate details of the event, and help design a conference evaluation form. The position is 6 hours per week and runs through the fall semester, 2006 only. Ability to: 1) communicate effectively with the public, 2) collect and organize information, 3) conduct internet research, and 4) work independently. Interest in academic conferences, science & religion, and Darwinism preferred. Understanding of research methods a plus. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Advancement FN Phonathon Associate The Marist Fund is an annual campaign to raise unrestricted funds for Marist College. Unrestricted funds are used to supplement the annual operating budget in areas such as: financial aid, library acquisitions, campus activities, student services, etc. Phonation Associates make phone calls to Marist alumni and parents of Marist students to promote the College and request financial support. Callers will be phoning people who already have a relationship with Marist and in most cases will respond positively or at least politely. This is a very important job because without the funds raised through the annual Marist Fund phonations a student’s tuition would be greatly increased. A team of about 35 student callers would be hired. To qualify for this position you must possess the following characteristics: enjoy talking on the phone, have the ability to speak clearly, be able to talk about Marist College, not be afraid to ask for donations, be dependable and prompt. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Advancement FN Event Staff Entertain Children in children's tent. Some set up and take down. One weekend only-Homecoming weekend . Pay Level III - Skilled
Advancement Fontaine Research Assistant Student Research Assistants participate in the collection, analysis and evaluation of Advancement Research projects. The Advancement Office provides student employees with educational and professional experience in non-profit fundraising. This position offers significant responsibility that expands with experience, including opportunities to think independently and prepare complex reports that contain new and original analysis. Skills: High personal motivation, self management and detail oriented. Ability to take responsibility in meeting deadlines and making progress without direct supervision. Strong existing computer skills with Microsoft Office (especially Access)and demonstrated Internet research skills. Handle and protect confidential and sensitive data with integrity. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Advancement Fontaine Hall 011 Phonathon Associate All Marist Fund Phonathon Associates will be expected to successfully complete the following duties: 1. Serve as a Marist College ambassador. Maintain well-informed about the current state of the College. 2. Build rapport with a variety of Marist College constituents. Communicate in an effective, appropriate, and respectful fashion. 3. Solicit Marist Fund gifts. Articulate well the importance of and need for the Marist Fund. 4. Handle and overcome difficult conversations and objections with grace and control. 5. Utilize Dial Vision software to call constituents, accurately update personal information, and process gifts. 6. Have fun on every call! Marist Fund Phonathon Associates must meet the following criteria: 1. Confident, persistent, and persuasive when soliciting gifts for the Marist Fund 2. Highly dependable; on-time and ready to work for every shift 3. Outgoing and personable and able to build rapport with a variety of different people 4. Able to speak clearly and professionally about the Marist Fund and its purpose 5. Looking to advance Marist College and its developmental goals 6. Capable of demonstrating excellent computer skills 7. Able to maintain confidentiality and uphold the highest standards of honesty and professionalism 8. Looking to work in a fun and rewarding, team-oriented environment Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Advancement FN001 Student Assistant Has worked at least one year in the Advancement Office proficiently at the Levell II position and shows ability to handle this additional level of work. This position is a Level III position. Must be able to handle more complex and more confidential data. Updating Banner with little or no supervision. Assist the Advancement office with coverage and office functions such as Homecoming football games, Hudson Valley Scholars luncheon, etc. Contact with the President's Office on occasion for letters and errands. Take full responsibility for projects assigned from start to finish. Mature student worker previously worked in Advancement Office Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Advising and Academic Services DN 224 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Duties include: performing secretarial and clerical duties with accuracy, providing general info to walk-ins, answering the phone, taking messages, making appointments, coverage during lunch and/or meetings, assists with probation students files, and midterm warnings, Dean's List, and etc. Assist in sending out the appropriate notification to faculty members, ie, inquires, absence/illness or a death in the family notification. Must be able to handle confidential information. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Advising and Academic Services DN 224 Student Assistant The duties include: Perform secretarial and clerical duties with accuracy, provide general information for any student walk-ins, answer telephones when the receptionist is not available, take messages and make appointments for the Director and Assistant Director of CAAS, coverage during lunch and staff meetings, under the direction of the Administrative Secretary, a student worker will help maintain probationary students' files, assist in sending out the Midterm Warnings, Dean's List, and etc., and under the direction of the receptionist, a student worker will assist in sending out the appropriate notification to faculty members, ex. attendance inquires, absence/illness or a death in the family. The Center for Advising and Academic Services' main responsibility is to provide prompt, caring and confidential service to the students, faculty and staff at Marist College. As a result, the job of a student worker extends far beyond that of a typical clerical assistant. Confidentiality is one of the most important aspects of this position. Because this office deals with many sensitive issues, including academic status, deaths, illnesses and absences, it is important that information is kept confidential. Certain information cannot leave this office or annot be openly distributed. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Alumni Relations FT 008 Student Assistant Student will help with phones, filing, projects/events, and assist with pre-homecoming planning and work that weekend. Students should be friendly, prompt, knowledgeable of MS programs and the internet. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Alumni Relations FT 008 Student Assistant Students will be performing typing, filing, answering phones, taking messages and all with accuracy. Students must be presentable, personable, have some speaking ability, confidence, and MS word skills. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Art Department Steel Plant Student Assistant Gallery Assistant, Studio Assistant Maintaining mailing, organizing and typing labels for exhibitions, packing artwork, assisting with installation of art work designing exhibitation posters, greeting visitors, assisting with receptions, clerical work. Graphic design, excel spreadsheet, power tools, various at related skills. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Art Department Steel Plant Lab Aid Student Lab and Studios Aide: Duties Include: assisting general questions relating to the studios, software in the digital labs, troubleshooting errors, maintaining printer conditions, reporting hardware or security problems. Knowledge of traditional art techniques and/or Photoshop and other digital media programs, CDR software and media. The ability to effectively communicate, various related skills. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Art Department Steel Plant Duty/Building/Business Manager Student Lab and Studios Manager: Duties Include: Coordinating the Lab and Studios Aides, including resolving scheduling issues and related paperwork. Can take charge in absence of supervisor. Must be able to work independently, demonstrate a professional attitude and proven ability to work with others. Knowledge of traditional art techniques and/or Photoshop and other digital media programs, CDR software and media. Well organized and responsible. The ability to effectively communicate, various related skills. Pay Level III - Skilled
Athletics MC Life Guard/Pool Maintenance Assistant Student must be able to lifeguard at pool. Student is required to be certified in lifesaving CPR and first aid. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Athletics MC Life Guard/Pool Maintenance Assistant Students will scrub pool deck and brick head. Clean pool. Need to have knowledge of pool cleaning process and chemicals. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Athletics MC Event Staff Student will help with set up of athletic fields. Must be able to work indoors and outdoors, and lift heavy equipment. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Athletics MC Intramurals/Gaming Staff Supervise, schedule and officiate intramural contests. Assistance with set up and breakdown is required. Working knowledge and understanding of sports. Must be fair, unbiased and decisive. Pay level is based on experience. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Athletics MC Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Assist sports information office with various tasks including public addresses, statistical upkeep and the oversight of music and message boards. Enforce fitness center policies and procedures; clean equipment; check in Marist students with valid IDs; report equipment maintenance needs and providing fitness center orientations. Students must be friendly, prompt and able to handle many jobs at once. Must exhibit excellent customer service skills and have the ability to lift 50 lbs. Must be able to work 3 hour shifts. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Athletics MC Event Staff Responsible for set-up and take down of Water Polo clock on a day of competition. Ability to run clock. Prior experience in the sport of Water Polo is a MUST. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Athletics MC Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Knowledge of course materials/subject as defined by Academic learning Center. Hiring by academic Learning Center Pay Level III - Skilled
Athletics McCann Center Student Assistant Student performs duties directed by the basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, football, soccer, water polo and other athletic teams. They are present at all team practices to assist with clock and equipment management. They also perform game day duties including hospitality to visiting teams, game filming, bench assistance and post game clean up. Some travel with the team and do team laundry. Must be able to attain all games and practices, including travel days. The requests will not interfere with the student's academic requirements Pay Level I - Unskilled
Business Office DN 210 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Cashing of student personal and payroll checks. Distribute PR checks to students. Ability to count back cash, tally out and pour large cash drawer. Ability to deal with difficult students while following rules pertaining to cashier position. Must have retail/cahier experience Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Campus Ministry Byrne Building Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk This description is valid for both Campus Ministry and the Chapel. Employees are expected to perform complex secretarial and administrative work, which include: Preparation for and organizing of any department student gathering and meetings; Preparation of any audio-visual or computer materials needed by the department Student should have computer knowledge using Microsoft Office and strong organization and time management skills. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Career Services LB 332 Media Assistant Assist department in making full use of new media to make students at the Marist Community aware of the programs offered by the Center for Career Services. Conduct a market survey to determine student awareness of CCS programs. Attend all technology meetings and meet regularly with supervisor. Assist in the development and implementation of new media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. Collect trend data on internships. Devise ways to measure students' involvement. Comprehensive understanding of new media. Ability to design and carry out a market survey. Junior or Senior in Marketing, Communications, Digital Media, technology or related field. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Career Services LB 332 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Assist support staff with various functions including receptionist responsibilities, mailings, filing, answering telephones, faxing, copy center requests and pick up, proofreading literature, etc. Assist with career services events. Ability to work with diverse constituents (students, employees, alumni, faculty) Good organizational and phone skills. Computer skills and some office experience preferred. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Career Services LB 332 Event Staff Student workers for Fall and Spring Career and Internship Fair and Fall Graduate School Forum. This is a one day, one event assignment. Student will assist in setting up tables, arrangement, hanging signs, connecting extension cords for electricity needs, assist employers in registration to include carrying in company literature and information (can be labor intensive), counting participation, distributing programs and distributing/collecting evaluations. Students can do small shifts from 11AM-2PM, 1PM-4PM, 3:30PM-7:30PM. The latter shift will require clean up after the event. . Pay Level I - Unskilled
Career Services LB 332 Student Assistant Assist Office staff with various functions including independent receptionist responsibilities mailings, filing, data entry, answering phones, faxing, copy center requests and pick up, proofreading literature, etc. Assist with career services events. Student will be required to do data entry. Student will be required to do outreach for all career events to include, but not limited to designing and distributing flyers and postings on campus, phone calls to solicit participations, campus handouts, sitting at tables representing career services. Answer general questions to assist students, faculty and staff. Statistics Management: gather data from feedback forms and provide statistics. Card Stats for Advisors for monthly/annual reports. Any additional responsibilities to help office run smoothly. Knowledge of computer programs. Good verbal communication skills. Ability to work independently. Pay Level III - Skilled
CCODC 3 Nancy Court Bldg 1 Suite 1, Wappingers Falls Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Need a WEB site developer who is able to design, post, and maintain WEB sites. Need assistance with migrating, developing, and maintaining our customer WEB sites. Need someone to work on our existing WEB site to make it more dynamic and ensure ease of administration. Investigation of an administrative maintenance tool has commenced and the evaluation will need to be completed. Additional features will need to be added to the site such as secure customer logon sections and online Service Request forms that will integrate into a backend database and provide notification to our employees. Looking for someone who is able to complete the ongoing investigations, develop a recommendation and strategy for WEB development and WEB administration/maintenance, and handle the WEB development tasks to implement the new features. Windows based System Administrator, WEB design and development, Access database skills with ability to WEB enable existing Access application or migrate to an appropriate database for back end integration with the WEB site, Integration of WEB Site with band end database, Online Forms with notification when submitted, Secure WEB logon, Appropriate WEB technologies such as html, java script, asp, etc., Ability to handle investigation of technologies and products on the market, Ability to clearly and concisely articulate findings of investigation, Ability to define a strategy for development and on-going maintenance, Ability to clearly and concisely communicate project status Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
CCODC SA 01 Student Analyst Maintains and updates the permission based email direct marketing list for the Director of Corporate Outreach in CCODC and IDCP. Maintains CCODC and IDCP Websites. Answers IDCP and z/OS non-technical help desk questions via phone and email Good verbal and written communication skills. Pleasant phone manner Web programming skills: HTML, PHP Ability to use content management applications such as OmniUpdate and Joomla. Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
CCODC SA01 Student Programmer Database Manager-Handles setup, configuration and software maintenance for a database application. Requirements: Proficiency with MySQL and/or Postgre database applications Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Center for Lifetime Study LT Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Run errands, type, make copies, make calls, and general office work. Computer skills, word, excel Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Peer Counselor/Mentor The peer counselor position includes various roles that are essential to the positive supervision of the pre-freshman. The PC is a role model, illustrating the appropriate behavior of a college student. He/she must follow the rules, regulations and policies. The Peer Counselor must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.5, can be a first year student, but, prefer sophomores and juniors. Have qualities of being a positive role model. Student must be willing and able to attend training sessions with the HEOP staff Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Research Assistant Works with the HEOP Tutor coordinator to conduct research on writing techniques and the development of exercises to enhance students' writing skills with emphasis on student needs in limited English Proficiency and English as a Second Language. Must be at least a sophomore and possess a 3.0 overall GPA with a B+ or higher in College Writing I and II. Experience in tutoring in the Writing curriculum is preferred and course work in research methods is a plus. Research Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk This position involves providing clerical support to the HEOP Office. This includes covering the office when the secretary is away from the office, greeting visitors, answering phones, filing, word processing and/or typing, researching information and other jobs as assigned. Must be in good academic standing, be a positive role model, previous office experience is very helpful, including a working ability of Microsoft Office including Word and Access, must have FWS. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor To provide individual or small group instruction to help student(s) gain a better understanding of the information covered in a course and to assist the student(s) improve one's academic skills in that subject area. Candidate must have completed two semesters at Marist College with a 3.0 overall GPA or above; a B+ or above in each course he/she would like to instruct; good verbal and written communication skills; previous experience as a tutor or peer helper is preferred Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Student Assistant Classroom Writing Tutor for English as a foreign Language Class (EFL001 and EFL002) Student work with instructor in the classroom providing support on an individual as well as small group basis. Classroom assistants are also available to assist a student outside of class Minimum cumulative 3.0, 3.3 for reading/writing courses and faculty recommendation required, some cultural diversity experience required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Center for Multicultural Affairs LB 337 Student Assistant International Student Orientation Leader Student works with the coordinator and new international students during orientation. Student assists the coordinator in preparing materials and program for orientation and works with students on acculturation upon their arrival. Student functions as Resident Assistant for Internation students in the dorms during orientation week. Student is on-call to assist international students with academic and personal questions during the entire orientation period. Minimum cumulative 3.0, faculty recommendation required, cultural diversity experience required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
College Activities Student Center Event Staff To assist, help, supervise and set up family weekend events in October of each year. . Pay Level I - Unskilled
College Activities SC Technician Duties: Assists with varied function for Student Center events. Performs technical services and meetings in the Student Center (lighting, sound, movie projection) Arrange table and chairs for both set-up and take-down of events. Students should have: Operations knowledge of Student Center equipment, room setups and layouts; familiarity of Student Center operations/procedures; flexible work hours, including weekends; ability to move heavy furniture and equipment; Pay Level II - Semiskilled
College Activities SC 341 Student Government Aid Student Government Assistant: Answering the phone and directing and referring calls to the appropriate officers; taking messages when an officer is not in or unavailable; taking copy jobs to the copy center and picking them up when needed; typing various letters and memos for the SGA officer, distributing the mail, fulfilling tasks left by officers on a need basis, maintaining office cleanliness, filing for officers, and taking notes. . Pay Level I - Unskilled
College Activities SC Duty/Building/Business Manager Provides training for and supervises Duty managers. Assists in creating and developing programs. Responsible for assessment of Student Center programs and staff development. Coordinates, promotes, and troubleshoots video rental program. Coordinates, promotes, and troubleshoots Billiards/Table Tennis Leagues. Implements and tracks Crazy Cash staff incentive program. Develops and maintains the Student Center Master Theme Board. Supervise Galleria Mall Trips. Supervises student staff in the absence of the Assistant Director. Conducts informative and developmental weekly staff meetings with SMs. Acts as liaison between student groups and Student Center staff. Coordinates major programs with the Head Technician. Able to offer technical assistance when called upon. Possesses full knowledge of and able to execute house lighting, sound, outdoor productions, etc. Insures proper room set up, including morning programs. Insures proper condition of the Student Center, especially the theater. Insures all proper fire codes in the Student Center are being followed. Reports any needed repairs of Student Center Facilities. Monitors integrity of front office computers. Familiar with emergency procedures and able to respond appropriately. Completes through semester staff evaluations for Duty Managers. Assists the Assistant Director of Student Activities in selecting Duty Manger. Must have excellent organizational skills, experience in supervisory and interpersonal relations, a commitment to the goals of the Student Center, considerable experience with Student Center operations, 2.5 of better cumulative GPA, and quality recommendations/references. Pay Level III - Skilled
College Activities SC Duty/Building/Business Manager Business Manger: Administrative Assistant to the Assistant Director of Student Activities. Possesses thorough understanding of all financial business procedures Must have excellent organizational skills, experience in supervisory in interpersonal relation, a commitment to the goals of the Student Center, a sound business and financial background, considerable experience with Student Center operations, 2.3 of better GPA, and Quality recommendations/references. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
College Activities SC Duty/Building/Business Manager Duty Manger: Student employee in charge of the Student Center during evening and weekend hours in the absence of the Assistant Director or the Building Manager. S/he assumes responsibility and management of all activities within the building, and insures smooth operation of all events. Qualifications: Strong interpersonal relationship and communications skills. Ability to work independently with little to no supervision, experiences with finances, knowledge of Student Center policies and procedures, commitment to attitudes and goals of the Student Center, assertive attitude, 2.3 or better cumulative GPA, and quality recommendations/references. Pay Level III - Skilled
College Activities SC Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Billiards/Video Assistant: Oversees the Billiards/Game Room and maintains orderly operation of its services. Operates Video Rental Program Must be neat and responsible, can competently deal with all types of situations. Possess basic computer skills, cashier/financial experience, 2.3 or better cumulative GPA, quality recommendations/references. Research Pay Level III - Skilled
College Activities SC Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Answer phones, take messages, sort mail, run errands, room setups-tables and chairs, technical setups-sound and lighting, conference linens with housing and residential live, overall event assistance. Qualifications: Some night and weekends required. 20 hours per week, flexible, must be able to move heavy furniture and equipment, good communication and interpersonal skills, commitment to the goals and attitudes of the College Activities Office. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
College Activities SC Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Billiards/Video Assistant: Oversees the Billiards/Game Room and maintains orderly operation of its services. Operates Video Rental Program. Must be neat and responsible, can competently deal with all types of situations. Posses basic computer skills, cashier/financial experience, 2.3 or better cumulative GPA, quality recommendations/references. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Copy Center DN 209 Customer Service Representative Experience necessary, friendly customer service attitude for helping with walk-up copier and notifying recipients of faxes. Answering phones, restocking inventory, and fold and booklet making. Computer experience, billing knowledge. Ability to follow directions, positive attitude, not fearful of working with machines. No previous experience required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Criminal Justice DY Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Student is to assist with various office tasks. . Pay Level I - Unskilled
Criminal Justice DY 316 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Student is to assist with various office tasks. Such as, research, computer input, and others. Knowledge of word and excel are needed, ability to retrieve information from the library and skills in research and evaluation/data. Research Pay Level III - Skilled
Criminal Justice DY 315 Research Assistant Research, Office Management which includes copying and errands as needed. Computer skills, information literacy, critical thinking, familiarity with research design and good communication skills needed. Research Pay Level III - Skilled
Criminal Justice RO 388 Student Assistant Tracks sanction compliance utilizing Microsoft Office programs. Generate Merge Letters and general office work. High level of confidentiality; proficiency using Microsoft Word, detailed oriented and able to work independently in a fast-paced environment. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Criminal Justice Dyson Research Assistant DMV Covert Monitor: Students attend anyone of their choosing of a NYS Point & Insurance Reduction Program Class posing as a regular attendee. At the conclusion of the course, they submitt a detailed report to the NYS DMV regarding any violations they observe. Students must be a Criminal Justice major, possess a valid NYS drivers license, and attend a mandatory 4 hour training class. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Executive Vice President Donnelly 232 Research Assistant Primary duty of this position is conducting research on topics which are pertinent to the master plan of Marist College. Information retrieved from relevant studies, journals and professional literature. Must communicate with other institutions and speaking with project managers and executive officers. Research organized and applied to presentations delivered before various boards within the state, town or college. Attendance at these board meetings is encouraged for the student worker. Other tasks include meeting with various contractors of the college to discuss project plans, surveying residence halls for maintenance issues and completing miscellaneous clerical work. Graduate Student Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Fashion DN Student Model Student model for fashion program. Model poses in a variety of garments for fashion drawing classes. Both short poses of 15 minutes may be required. . Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Fashion DN 254 Student Assistant Student Assistant 1 - Perform daily maintenance on sewing machines and irons. Student will report to Professor Perillo. Knowledge of sewing procedures and familiar with sewing machines. Ability to work independently. Excellent follow through and flexible work hours. Must be dependable and reliable. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Fashion DN 254 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Department is closed to all students except Fashion majors, minors and fashion show models attending a fitting. Student worker will sit at the front desk, check Marist ID's against our student roster and give access to fashion students only between 8:00pm and 12:00am and monitor the department. At 12:00am student worker will have to close department. Must be reliable, trustworthy, and work independently. Required to work 4 hour shifts (from 8pm to 12am)on a regular basis. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Fashion DN 254 Student Assistant Student Assistant 2 - Duties may include tracking inventory of sewing supplies, maintain condition of sewing studios, organize fabric closet. Student will report to Professor Perillo. Knowledge of sewing procedures. Ability to work independently. Excellent followthrough and flexible work hours. Must be dependable and reliable. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Fashion DN 254 Student Assistant Fashion Department Assistant - Duties will include: monitoring the Digital Lab, by troubleshooting and keeping supplies filled and the room organized and neat; keeping the reading area clutter free and organized; scan digital images as needed by professors. Must be organized and reliable and familiar with the digital lab and scanning. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
First Year Programs SC 2nd Floor - Commuter Lounge Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Provides support for programs, projects and on-going activities as determined by the Mentor Staff, Assistatn Director, and Director of First Year Programs. Duties include but are not limited to: word-processing, copying, proofreading, filing, producing promotional flyers and announcements, assisting with events, and running errands to different parts of campus as necessary. Strong preference given to students with experience working as a Marist Orientation Leader. Candidates should be detail oriented with excellent organization and written communication skills. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Global & Professional Programs FISHKILL CENTER Student Assistant Working weeknights from 5:00 or 6:00pm to 10:00pm and every other Saturday or Sunday 8:30am - 5:00pm Front Desk coverage, making copies, answering phones, etc. computer skills, telephone skills Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Graduate and Adult Enrollment DY 127 Student Assistant Input prospective student leads, mailings, create labels, data entry and respond to basic e-mail inquires. Computer skills and customer service skills required. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Graduate and Adult Enrollment DY 127 & Fishkill Extension Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Typing, filing, phone answering, helping customers at the counter Microsoft word and excel related skills needed, good communications and customer skills. Necessary to work with general public. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Graduate and Adult Enrollment DY 344 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Runs errands, types, copies, makes calls, and other general office work. Needs some computer skills, Microsoft office, word and excel. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Graduate and Adult Enrollment Dyson 127 Student Assistant We are looking for student assistants for the Summer 2012 semester. The student assistant will support the staff of Graduate & Adult Enrollment in the recruitment of prospective graduate and adult undergraduate students. They will represent the college in a responsible, ethical and professional manner, while portraying a positive and accurate image of the institution. Excellent communication and organizational skills are required. The student must maintain a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards Marist College. Knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excle is required. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Health Services SC 350 Student Assistant Phone skills, filing, making appointments for 3 clinics and regular nurse appointments, and pulling charts Prior office work helpful. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Health Services Student Center 350 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Assist in answering phones and able to answer questions. Filing, opening and sorting mail. Must have basic computer skills, able to multitask. Answer phones and take messages. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Housekeeping DN 221 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Help keep up with routine office work such as filing, photocopying and using basic computer skills. Prior working in a business office is preferred. A familiarity with purchase orders would also be helpful. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Housekeeping Midrise Student Assistant Work with service staff employees: Perform following daily housekeeping functions for dormitories, classrooms, offices and other areas pertaining to the College. Duties include cleaning, arranging and maintaining areas. Requires moving furniture from building to building as needed. Set up rooms for special events and functions. Cleaning will involve windows, walls, rest-rooms etc. Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor. Basic skills needed. Will provide training. Ability to clean with attention to detail preferred. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Housing RO 387 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Responsibilities Include: reception work, data entry, filing/organizing, assisting with mailings, customer service, training of other students. Other responsibilities include: assisting students filling out a guest pass form, verifying all information is correct. Student must be responsible and able to handle difficult situations. As a student in training the same responsibilities are included under but, the student is a Level 2. Pay Level III - Skilled
Human Resources DN 120 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Perform general clerical/secretarial work. Typing, greeting employees/visitors, filing, open, screen and distribute mail, run on campus deliveries, Perform other related duties as assigned by Office Manager. Knowledge of general office work; computer/typing skills required. Professional phone manner; detailed oriented and ability to handle multi-tasking. Strong communication and organizational skills. Requires some prior office experience. Must dress appropriately Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Human Resources DN 120 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Graphic Designer: provides applicable graphics to correspond with text in an already created handbook. Graphic design, creativity, experience using page maker or quark required. This is a short-term project. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Human Resources DN 120 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Perform more technical work. Filing, open, screen and distribute mail, run on-campus deliveries. Greet employees/staff and visitors, some data entry, ordering supplies, answering phones, give out routine information, answer walk-in inquiries, type variety of correspondence reports, memos, and make appointments. Some office experience required, ability to type accurately, knowledge of microsoft office and internet, must have excellent communications skills, organizational skills and ability to multi-task. Ability to work under deadlines. Must dress in appropriately. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Human Resources DN120 Intern Duties & Responsibilities: Assist the professional staff with benefits and employee recruitment activities. Research best practices and assess the use of technology for HR administration; make recommendations for implementation. Compile information, data and compose reports. Assist in the organization, automation and electronic processing of benefits administration data. Assist in the employee recruitment process by: placing and distributing position information; researching sources of job candidates; and communicating with sources of job candidates. Assist in the maintenance of Human Resource Information System records and compiles reports from database as needed. Participate in administrative staff meetings and attend other meetings as appropriate. Participate in mentoring from HR professional staff. Performs other related HR duties as assigned. Junior or Senior status in college, with a Business/Human Resources major. HR Work experience or successful college study of the principles and practices of human resources management. Excellent computer and communication skills. Innovative and self-motivated to complete tasks. In Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN258A Student Programmer Assist in development of server environments and software across multiple platforms. Investigate software solutions to business-impacting problems. Expert level understanding of server and operating systems technology. Strong desire to learn. Ability to work independently. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology Donnelly 258 Student Analyst Develop training material for new Administrative Computer System. Knowledge of MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint. Understanding of relational database. Excellent written and verbal skills. Graduate Student Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 241 Student Assistant Accept payments for telephone and Marist Money communicating with parents and reconciling cash CFoxNet and Marist Money Communication skills, basic computer skills (will train FoxNet and Marist Money System) Must be able to count money and give change. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 150M Student Operator Duties: Ensures proper execution of scheduled system backup procedures. Delivers and retrieves materials to and from secure storage. Maintains back-up tape library and accompanying hard-copy listings. Monitors computer systems for potential problems. Must have experience in the field. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 148 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Customer Service, must be a courteous interface between Information Services and the entire Marist user community. A patient, friendly attitude when dealing with users is critical. Student must be able to make independent decisions, ask pertinent question The student must have skill using HDP product, CMS, IA and an array of PC software. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 258D Student Assistant This position is primarily used to assist with web-page maintenance for the self-service (WEB4) project. Update HTML code (including some javascript) and test these changes. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer The web developer is responsible for fielding customer service requests to modify the Marist website. These request include but are not limited to, content modifications for basic updates and changes, new sections, redesigns, event-based sites, enhanced fun Web developers must be able to communicate with requesting client and ensure satisfaction. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Network Technician works with network equipment, windows and linux servers. Basic Lan Room Maintance; create and maintain linux scripts, create and put network cable, basic trouble shooting. Advanced knowledge of windows and medium knowledge of linux needed. Trouble shoot basic PC problems, be able to work independently, and basic knowledge of network operations. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 102 Technician Desktop Technician has the follow duties: moving and setting up computers, filing out inventory firms, troubleshooting problems. Must be knowledgeable in imaging, backup, rollovers, altiris, ghosting and specialized software. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Student Assistant Assists in aspects of day to day network operations and maintenance. Common areas of responsibility include: LAN room upkeep, maintaining and writing plant under the raised floor and in LAN room creating and maintains documentation for networking projects Knowledge of network maintenance and technology required. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Students will learn how to operate the cash register, credit cards, terminal and marist money terminal, The are also required to close out terminal @ the end of each day. Students will be required to check in inventory prove items and stock shelve. Must have some retail experience, have good customer service skills. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Information Technology DN 258 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Runs cash registers, marist money terminal, credit card terminals, interact with student, staff, and faculty receive shipments, price product. Customer service, some retailing knowledge, knowledge of computer and networking connection. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Telecommunication Technician Duties Include: performs programming functions to integrate the applications using standard API's. Works to develop faculty applications to testbed on the GRID. Works with GRID Collaborators to integrate GRID middleware Must have experience with Linux/Unix, API programming, JAVA Globus Toolkit, Web Development, Large databases and middleware technologies, XML, Internet and Online development tools. Must know scripting languages such as PERL, PHP, and OOP language Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Student Linux Programer: Responsibilities include: porting maintenance of applications on 390, exploration of new applications. development of new applications on 390 and intel platform. Linux, PHP, skilled are required. Including knowledge of how to install and configure multiplt distributions, porl, python, and other scripting A plus. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Server Technician: Duties: Respond to problems related to server support localizing and identifying problems and implementing solutions to correct the problem. Assists the server administrator in developing and maintaining documentation for server support Intermediate knowledge of various PC and server operating systems such as Windows and Linux. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of PC hardware and software configuration. Any combination of training and experience sufficient to indicate an ability to handle work Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Student Server Administrator: Duties: responds to problems related to server support localizing, and identifying problems and implementing solutions to correct the problems. Assists the Server Administrator in developing and maintaining documentation for Intermediate to advanced knowledge of various PC and Server operating systems such as windows and linux. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of PC hardware and software configuration. Any combination of training and experience sufficient to indicate an ability to handle work Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Student Assistant Technical Service Student Assistant: Duties: Processing of new library materials-labels, call numbers, ect. Verifying/Checking information on order records, receive records, catalogue records, database searching and word-processing. And performing other duties Must pay close attention to detail, good organizational skills, and the ability to work independently. Demonstrate a working knowledge of intergraded online library system, and Library of Congress classification system. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Lotus Notes Database Designer/Developer Supporter Use the Notes Domino integrated tool-set (Formula language and LotusScript) as well as JavaScript and HTML in creating Lotus Notes applications, developing documentation for the application code, and completing any other duties assigned. Must have knowledge of script languages and HTML, web design and development, strong problem solving skills, an ability to learn independently and take initiative, and must be trustworthy and dependable. Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Lotus Notes Database Designer/Developer Supporter Lotus Notes Supporter: Duties: Installing and configuring Lotus Notes Client Applications and Clients, assisting with end-user support for Lotus Notes, investigating Lotus Notes problems, providing one-on-one documentation of Notes related procedures Must have strong problem solving skills, excellent communication skills, an ability to work independently and take initiative, and be trustworthy and dependable. Student is preferred to be in a matriculated, computer related major. Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer The Web Developer codes and maintains content on Marist website. Must have coding skills. Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 258 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Duties Include: answering phones, making copies, filing, excel spreadsheets, dealing with customers, checking sign in packing slips with invoices and other clerical duties as assigned. Computer Skills needed - word and excel and calculator skills. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Information Technology DN 258 Lab Aid Student Computer Lab Aid: Duties Include: assisting general questions relating to the software, troubleshooting Windows errors, meeting occasionally for training sessions, resolving e-mail problems, maintaining printer conditions, reporting hardware problem Knowledge of Windows; Microsoft, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, CDR software and media. USB, knowledge of linux and the ability to effective communicate. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Information Technology DN 258 Student Analyst Duties: Works with the Help Desk knowledge base and implementation of Help Desk website design. Research Tools/Utilities for Help Desk Problems database. Assisting PC Support Technician in compiling data for monthly reports and also provide technical support Prior Web Development Experience, any combination of training and experience sufficient to indicate and ability to do the work. Basic knowledge of database/operating systems/coding and knowledge of web forms, CGI scripts, HTML, Graphic Design, SQL, and Ma Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 148 Technician PC Support Technician: Duties: This highly skilled position is responsible for software service and hardware diagnosis of machine on campus. Installations of various software packages and services of software. Identification of hardware errors and component isolations. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Information Technology DN 258 Technician Performs and/or assists in moves, adds & changes to the Computerized Branch Exchange (CBX) & PhoneMail Systems. Locates and identifies circuit problems for phone, fax, modem, fire alarm, elevator phone, Marist Money, (vending machines, laundry machines, . Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 101 (Resnet) Resnet Trainee/Technician/Support Analyst Resnet Trainee: For trainee position only. During Probation period, used to help discover and develop skills for future SWAT techs. Computer knowledge. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 101 (Resnet) SWAT Runner/Technician Runs papers between points in Donelly, one day position. . Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN 101 (Resnet) SWAT Runner/Technician Swat Tech: To ensure connection from the ethernet Cars to the network. PC Knowledge, Virus removal knowledge, and customer service. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 101 (Resnet) SWAT Runner/Technician Swat Tech: To ensure connection from the eithernet Cars to the network. Answering phones, creating and maintaining a list of desktop appointments, answering email from students ResNet, creating, updating and resolving CSRs on a daily basis, filling out a " PC troubleshooting Knowledge, including hardware and software. Proficiency for the Windows Operating System and knowledge of MAC OS and Linux is desired. The ability to detect and remove viruses/spyware/adware is required. Students must demonstrate the ab Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology Marist Card Office DN241 Student Assistant Take Marist Money Payments. Answer telephone. Learn Envision system. Must have excellent telephone manners. Must be able to work in the Summer. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DN Technician Server Technician: Duties: Respond to problems related to server support localizing and identifying problems and implementing solutions to correct the problem. Assists the server administrator in developing and maintaining documentation for server support Intermediate knowledge of various PC and Server operating systems such as Windows and Linux. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of PC hardware and software configuration. Any combination of training and experience sufficient to indicate ability to handle work. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology LB305 Technician Technical Consultant: Support faculty using the Educator system, by creating course shells, populating courses and providing hands-on assistance as needed. Demonstrate good customer service skills and able to work with diverse clientele. Ability to speaking clearly in the English language. Responsible for cleaning equipment, keeping printer supplied with paper & toner, report equipment/software problems to Lab Manager or Supervisor. Set up Lab for training/workshops/events. Assist learners & trainers during workshops. Work on short term projects. Perform other duties as assigned High level requirement, willing to train. Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology Donnelly DN 258 Technician Performs and/or assists in moves, adds & changes to the current telephone System Computerized Branch Exchange (CBX) & PhoneMail Systems, & reset phonemail passwords. Locates and identifies circuit problems for phones, fax, fire alarms, elevator phones, & Marist Money support. Opportunity to learn about voice services (VoIP) over newer technologies as the services are implemented on campus. Monitor the telecommunications ticketing system, responding to telecommunications trouble calls on campus and ensuring that the problems are addressed and CSRs are resolved by technicians or the telecomm analyst. Reset phonemail passwords and monitor telecommunications systems, send call detail reports, work on system databases. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN 241 Card Services/Marist Money Student Assistant Take Marist Money Payments. Answer the telephone. Learn the Blackboard Envision system. Know the opening and closing reconciliation procedures. Be able to take ID campus card and passport photo pictures. Assist students, faculty, staff with any issues. Must have excellent telephone manners. Must be able to work in the Summer if necessary. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Information Technology DATA CENTER Student Operator - Be able to work 3rd shift hours . Tuesday – Saturday / Midnight – 08:00am (or any part of) - Ensures proper execution of scheduled batch jobs and system backups - Delivers and retrieves materials to and from secure storage room in LT. - Maintains back-up tape library and hard-copy listings. - Monitors computer systems for potential problems and informs the proper people of those problems. - Creates and maintains documentation pertinent to shift procedures and activities. (i.e. shift notes, check sheets, Operations Manual) - Carefully maintains job-processing logs. - Nightly checks of machine room, labs and LAN rooms. - Ensures the privacy and confidentiality of information obtained while employed by Information Technology and Operations. - Performs other related duties as assigned by supervisor. Basic computer knowledge. Will train. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Information Technology Donnelly 258D Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer The student in this position will work with IT staff to convert Flash applications to HTML 5 to run on mobile devices. Adobe Flash, HTML 5, CSS, User Interface (UI) design, web content storage technologies, basic understanding of database management, excellent written and verbal communication skills ability to work independently and in a team environment. Experience with mobile environments (iOS and Android) helpful. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology LB 305 Technician Level  4 – Senior Associate Team Lead: Same as Level three: - Responsible for implementation special long term complex projects - Responsible for  communication to outside customers and partners - Schedule and participate in meetings   - Prepare materials  and attend/present at conferences - Train incoming AT&e team members - Document all process and procedures Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology LB 305 Team Leader Associate Team Lead:  Same as level two Supervise the day-to-day operation of the Lab Responsible for keeping lab staffed during hours of operation; arrange for substitutes when needed Organize staff meetings and provide training/mentoring  to other lab staff Demonstrate leadership ability, take charge when Supervisor is not in the office Work independently Perform other duties as assigned Supervise the day-to-day operation of the Lab Responsible for keeping lab staffed during hours of operation; arrange for substitutes when needed Organize staff meetings and provide training/mentoring to other lab staff Demonstrate leadership ability, take charge when Supervisor is not in the office Work independently Perform other duties as assigned Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Information Technology DN099 Technician Telecommunications - monitor the telecommunications trouble ticket system responding to telecommunications trouble calls for on campus phones, fax lines, and ensure the problems are addressed or resolved. Perform telephone moves, adds, and changes. Reset phone mail passwords. Maintain the telecommunications databases. Opportunity to learn about Cisco (VoIP) services and new technologies as they are implemented on campus. Telecommunications will train. A willingness to learn, motivated and a positive attitude. Good interpersonal and communications skills, reliable, responsible, and punctual. Will require some commuter students or residents staying on campus to work on summer projects. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Institutional Research and Planning DN 234 Research Assistant General office duties: answering phones; taking request for information; compile information on topics of interest to the office via the Internet or external sources, entering survey data into excel/SPSS and gives the opportunity to assist with conducting MS Office (Excel, Word) and Internet, SPSS experience helpful; good interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills and experience analyzing quantitative and quantitative data a plus. Business and psychology majors with at least 60 credits Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Institutional Research and Planning DN 234 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk General description of your semi-skilled and skilled classifications. It varies with student and skill. Previous work experience to specific skills for this office. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Institutional Research and Planning DN234 Research Assistant Duties Include: assisting in the development of materials - including articles, researching regional organizations and adding appropriate annotated web links, (identifying and recruiting like-minded organizations), creating annotated bibliographies Must be able to use Microsoft Office, word, Excel, Publisher; ability to learn new programs as needed; research skills, editorial experience, pleasant phone manners; good organizational skills,attention to detail and confidentiality. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Institutional Research and Planning DN234 Student Assistant Under the direction of Human Resources Staff, collect articles and format monthly Fox Focus newsletter using Microsoft Publisher. Experience with publication software. Knowledge of newsletter layout and production. Self starter, able to work independently, able to schedule time to meet deadlines Pay Level III - Skilled
International Programs LB 334 Editor/Co-Editor The Newspaper Co-Editor is to solicit, contribute and edit articles from students, faculty and administrators for semi-annual newsletters of the Marist Abroad Program; "Globe Trotter" Writing and editing ability. Preferred: ENGW major or previous experience with coordinating a newsletter. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
International Programs LB 334 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Dept. projects, research, writing, presentations at info meetings, peer support, reception, phones, filing, data entry, e-mail, copying, errands. Students with at least one semester abroad experience preferred. Microsoft office package. Able to work with minimum supervision, independent judgment and initiative, discretion. Pay Level III - Skilled
International Programs LB 334 Event Staff Help Office coordinate events, guest lectures, move tables and help with other assorted functions. Must be able to handle phone calls, be detail oriented and organized. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
International Programs LB 334 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Design website layout and formatting. update content of website, keep content, current and verify accurately. Knowledge of html and layout of web. Good English skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor A tutor for Chinese language instruction. Research and implementation for multilingual computing in non Western fonts. Knowledge of the Chinese language and an understanding of computers. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Server Management Web Master: All graphic concepts, selection and design of interfaces, databases for access monitoring. Master Images development, Multimedia development. An exclusive knowledge and understanding of computers and the language center's programs. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Student Assistant Language Center Assistant- Correspondence and filing for the Language Center and FIPSE grant. Student Payroll management, central record keeping and communication with Marist Administrative Offices. An understanding of FIPSE grant and organizational skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Lab Aid Management of walk-in hours at the language Center (Student supervision, group instruction, film projection, daily trouble report, daily closing.) A knowledge of the computer programs and materials at the Modern Language Center. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Lab Aid Management of walk-in hours at the language Center (Student supervision, group instruction, film projection, daily trouble report, daily closing.) A knowledge of the computer programs and materials at the Modern Language Center. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Lab Aid Language Center Assistant- Management of walk-in hours at the language Center (Student supervision, group instruction, film projection, daily trouble report, daily closing.) A knowledge of the computer programs and materials at the Modern Language Center. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Technician Development of instructional tutorials and instructional reference book, web development, inspection and troubleshooting of workstation. Technical advisor to Young Webmaster program for Newburgh. A deep knowledge of computers. An understanding of the FIPSE grant and understanding of the programs at the Language center. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Liberal Arts FN 229 Student Assistant Grant Coordinator does the administration of FIPSE grant's project development. Social event planning, development and management of grant assessment data, supervision of curricular exchanges with Newburgh. An understanding and knowledge of the FIPSE grant, and organizational skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Liberty Partnerships 29 North Hamilton St. Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Assists with homework, prepares students for tests, and focuses on reading and math. Preferred Education Major. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Liberty Partnerships 29 North Hamilton St. Event Staff Serves as a liaison between Liberty Partnership and the Marist Campus. They must coordinate and assist with on-campus events such as mentoring sessions, Harvest Festival, Carnival, and Recognition Ceremony. Recruit athletes for recreation. Confirms space Prefer an upperclassman who has experience working with the LPP. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Liberty Partnerships 29 North Hamilton St. Peer Counselor/Mentor Mentors are Education majors who are matched with one or two middle school students and meet with them on campus once a week. They received training from faculty members with the Teacher Education Department. Mentors prepare lesson plans that engage their Must be an Education Major. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Student Assistant Duties: Greeting patrons when they approach the circulation desk and inquire if they need any help. Turn on printers and monitors in E-Scriptorium. Refill paper trays in the printers. Answer and direct phone calls. Maintain a demeanor of accessibility. Must have good customer service skills, basic computer skills and be approachable. Pay Level I - Unskilled
Library LB Student Assistant Works closely with faculty to develop electronic reserve materials, web page, and other special digital projects. Students will also help support the ongoing development and redesign of the digital Library. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point. Good writing and proofreading skills are a must. Preference will be given to students having experience with HTML, Photoshop, and/or Omni Page, but such experience is not required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Student Assistant Greet patrons as they enter the library and inquire if they need any help. Maintian a demeanor of accessibility while working at the desk. When the desk is not busy, take occasional walks through the E-scriptorium, the reading room, stacks Must be able to work independently and interact with library patrons in a professional manner; demonstrating a working knowledge of the circulation, searching, and LC classification; sound judgment and initiative; positive professional service manner; Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Library LB Student Assistant Preliminary copy cataloging. Database searching and retrieval. Internet searching. OCLC searching, Higher level database maintenance. Interlibrary loan processing on OCLC. Reserve processing. Retrieval of ILL journal articles. May shelve materials if necessary Must be detail oriented, have a working knowledge of technical service Integrated Online Library modules, web browser, database software, and OCLC cataloging and inter-library loan modules. Plus a working knowledge of the LC classification system. Pay Level III - Skilled
Library LB Student Assistant Staff public areas during late evening and weekend hours. Close the library following proper closing procedures. Follow proper security procedures upon closing. Notify security in event of emergency or violation of building security. Writes HTML for library Must demonstrate sound judgment and initiative, a positive professional service manner, be familiar with library systems and procedures, and the ability to perform highly skills computer activities. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Student Assistant Technical Service Student Assistant: Duties: Processing of new library materials - labels, call numbers etc. Verifying/Checking information on order records receive records, and catalog records. Database searching and word processing. And to perform other tasks Must pay close attention to detail, have good organizational skills, ability to work independently. Demonstrate a working knowledge of integrated online library systems, library catalog and the LC classification system. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Library LB Research Assistant Project Archivist: Duties are to be responsible for the arrangement and description of the Senic Hudson Collection according accepted archival procedures, standards, and techniques. An interest in history or environmental policy or related field and in archives and special collections is required. Knowledge of Microsoft word, excellent organizational skills, knowledge of database design, excellent communication skills also required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Student Assistant Responsible for assisting with the organization of the College Archives, Special Collections and other special projects. The Student will learn how to arrange and describe archival collections according accepted archival procedures, standards, and technique An interest in history or a related field is required. An interest in archives and special collections is also required. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, excellent organizational skills, communication skills, and the ability to work flexibly and creatively in Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Duty/Building/Business Manager Tour the entire library building every hour. Monitor cell phone conversations to promote a quiet study environment. Monitor food and drink activities to prevent costly damages to books, computers, furniture, and carpet. Monitor Collaborative Rooms Ability to work independently and interact with library patrons and staff in a professional manner. The ability to understand and clearly articulate and enforce library policies. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library Modern Language Lab Lab Aid Language Lab Assistant . Pay Level I - Unskilled
Library Archives and Special Collections Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Responsible for developing new Archives and Special Collections Web pages and completing other Web related projects under the supervision of the Head of Archives and Special Collections. The Archives and Special Collection is currently developing new multi-media Web-based projects. This position will be an excellent opportunity for a student to create a Web site that will be made available on the Marist College Web site. A strong interest in archives and special collections, history, or a related field. Excellent HTML, Dream Weaver, Flash, and Web design skills. Knowledge of scanning best practices and Microsoft Word. Knowledge of SGML or XML. The student should also have excellent organizational skills, communication skills, and the ability to work flexibly and creatively in a developing Archives and Special Collections. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB 134 Student Assistant JOB DESCRIPTION: Student Archives Assistants (2 undergraduate positions available). RESPONSIBILITIES: Marist College is beginning a 24-month project with funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to process the Lowell Thomas Collection. The position of Project Archivist offers the opportunity to work with the papers of one of America’s most prominent newsmen and explorers. The Student Archives Assistants would be responsible for assisting the Project Archivist and Project Director with the arrangement and description of the Lowell Thomas Collection according to accepted archival procedures, standards, and techniques. This would include performing basic preservation procedures, data entry, labeling folders, maintaining and/or updating inventories, and carrying out other duties and responsibilities as assigned. In accordance with the mission statement of Marist College and the mission statement of the Cannavino Library, the Archives and Special Collections serves the college and local community by collecting, preserving, providing access to, and interpreting primary resource material on the culture and history of the college and the local region. Required: Must be a junior or senior preferably majoring in U.S. history, communications, political science, or related field. Background in the filing and arrangement of materials. An interest in archives and special collections. Knowledge of Microsoft Word. Excellent organizational skills; the ability to infer and abstract, to categorize, and to arrange by content. Knowledge of database design. Excellent communication skills. Ability to follow instructions both printed and verbal. Neat and accurate penmanship. Ability to work flexibly and creatively in a developing archives and special collections. Ability to interact positively and productively with students, faculty, and staff. Helpful, but not required: Knowledge of archival principles. Experience with the organization and creation of finding-aids. Knowledge of AACR2, MARC formats, Library of Congress Classification system, and subject headings. Knowledge of SGML/EAD, XML or HTML. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Library LB Research Assistant Responsible for assisting with the organization of the Special Collections, College Archives, and other special projects. The student will learn how to arrange and describe archival collections according accepted archival procedures, standards and techniques. The Archives & Special Collections consists of collections of paper records, photographs, audio recordings, video recordings, film, artifacts memorabilia, etc. that document the lives of prominent individuals, organizations and the history of the College. An interest in history or related field. An interest in archives and special collections. Knowledge of Microsoft Word. Excellent organization skills. Excellent communication skills. Ability to work flexibly and creatively in a developing archives and special collections. Ability to interact positively and productively with students, faculty and staff. Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Abroad Florence, Italy Research Assistant Job responsibilities will include but are not limited to: researching local area events, listings and travel information; providing assistance for the maintenance of LdM websites; collecting and organizing photos for marketing projects; assisting with the maintenance of the student inquiry database; aiding with the development of student orientation materials; and conducting marketing research surveys. Students in this position will receive their assignments for the Director of External Relations. Students are expected to complete all tasks according to deadlines given. If a deadline cannot be reached, the student is expected to communicate that to the director. Strong computer skills: databases, word processing, and digital imaging software Ability to meet given deadlines Ability to communicate effectively as part of a team Ability to conduct Internet research and personal interviews Student MUST be work-study eligible Strong social skills Knowledge of Italian or desire to learn and use Italian when interacting with others Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Marist Abroad Florence, Italy Student Assistant The student fulfilling this position will be responsible for writing articles and gathering photographs for the newsletter. These duties could include, but are not limited to, interviewing LdM faculty, speaking with local restaurant owners to create stories, communicating with Marist-LdM resident directors about activities and interacting with other students to create copy for stories. Students are expected to meet deadlines as assigned. Students are also expected, when asked, to perform internet research, and making deliveries. Students may also be requested to serve as liaisons to visiting faculty, counselors, and prospective students. Students in the position will get their assignments from the Marist-LdM resident directors. Students are expected to turn in all materials as assigned. If a deadline cannot be reached, the student is expected to communicate that to the resident directors. Solid writing skills, Knowledge of AP style, Strong computer skills (preferably with Microsoft Publisher and photo software, Experience writing for a high school newspaper/newsletter, Ability to meet given deadlines, Ability to communicate effectively as part of a team, Posses personal computer or be willing to work in student-point, Student MUST be work-study eligible. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of Italian or desire to learn Italian and use it when interacting with others, Personal digital camera for work usage, and photography experience Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Abroad Florence Campus Student Assistant Marist-LdM Marketing Assistant Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Assist with seasonal newsletter and residential life documents. Arrange publicity for Residence Life activities and other Marist sponsored student events Maintain travel blog for use by Marist Admissions. Assist with mailings nd other marketing initiatives. Approximately 10-15 hours per week maximum. Solid writing skills, knowledge of AP style, strong computer skills, preferably Adobe Creative Suite and other design-centric programs, experience writing for a high school or university newspaper/newsletter, ability to meet given deadlines, communicate effectively as part of a team and solicit information/research from external sources, knowledge of Italian or desire to learn Italian and use it when interacting with others. Personal digital camera for work usage, and Photography experience. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Abroad Florence Campus Student Assistant Student Ambassador: Assist RDs with setup and breakdown of residence life activities. Maintain office hours, assist students who may come to the office with basic needs. Coordinate publicity with Marketing assistant for Residence Life Activities and other Marist-sponsored student events. Assist staff with new student orientation, potential student inquires and VIP visits. Conduct campus tours for visitors. Approximately 10-15 hours per week maximum. Strong computer skills, preferably Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, Internet research. Willingness and ability to assist with general office support including but not limited to: filing, answering the telephone, speaking with visitors etc. Experience with public speaking. Willingness to lead tours and interact with students and visitors. Ability to be punctual, to meet given deadlines, to communicate effectively as part of a team. Knowledge of Italian or desire to learn Italian and use it when interacting with others. Personal digital camera for work usage. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Interviewer Administers telephone interviews using CATI software using standardized interviewing techniques. Level 1: Poll 0-25 Times Level 2: Poll 25 times and up Basic computer knowledge and pleasant telephone voice. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Interviewer Business Interviewer The business interviewer position is held by students who have extensive interviewing experience. This position requires daytime hours to contact business professionals. Specialized skills include ability to maintain professionals. Specialized skills include ability to maintain professional atmosphere while gathering their opinions. The business interviewer must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous interviewing experience, training required, phone, basic computer skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Interviewer Level 3 Interviewer The level 3 Interviewer position requires students to administer telephone interviews using CATI software while adhering to standardized interviewing techniques. This position requires evening hours to contact residential populations. The interviewer must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous interviewing experience-must have worked during at least 25 polling sessions. Training required, phone, and basic computer skills required. IRB Certification and 3+ credits in Public Opinion coursework. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Research Assistant Research Assistant The research assistant position is held by students who have previously been interviewers as well as supervisors. This position requires day time hours in addition to a commitment of at least one polling night. The position requires office responsibilities such as research, fact checking, handling the phones, faxing and copying. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary. Other tasks may include clippings and archives. The research assistant must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills required: Previous interviewer experience, previous supervisory experience, training required, research skills, knowledge of question databases and resources, knowledge of question databases and resources, knowledge of US Census resources, knowledge of academic research resources, phone, office equipment-fax, copier, word processing, update/maintain databases, computer knowledge-windows, MS word, Excel, Internet, email. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Student Assistant MPS MPS is a Marist Poll Service, which distributes poll packages to television stations around the country for use during sweeps periods. As an MPS marketing assistant you will be communicating directly with News Directors and other senior staff at various locations. You must maintain accurate records of television stations including contact names, details and feedback. You will be working closely with other members of the MPS team and must be enthusiastic about selling the poll packages as well as facilitating stations with e-mail and fax requests. MPS assistants must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous interviewing experience, previous office experience, training required, knowledge of national database of local television station and media markets, excellent communication skills, ability to organize activities and meet crucial deadlines, phone, office equipment-fax, copier, data entry, college knowledge-Windows, MS Word, e-mail. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Student Assistant Student Supervisor (Level 1) Supervisors are expected to assist in the set up and shut down of a polling shift. Supervisors should arrive 15 minutes before the start of a poll and expect to stay 15 minutes after the end of a poll. Set up includes turning on and logging on all the phone computer room computers. Supervisors are assigned various tasks throughout the night. The tasks that may be asked of you are: Timesheet Duty: these supervisors are in charge of making sure all pollers sign in and out when they arrive, go on break, and leave. Also, this person is in charge of timesheets. Timesheets must be signed with the appropriate start and end time recorded. Prepare workstations for interviewers. Monitor: Monitoring is an integral part of polling. It is used as a method of quality control to ensure that the interviewers are following the interviewing procedures. You will be listening in on interviews as they are happening. After an interview is complete you will speak to the interviewer you just listened to and provide them with feedback. It is very important to let an interviewer know what he/she is doing well and what could be improved upon. Your feedback is important. Interviewing: sometimes it may be necessary for a supervisor to be an interviewer. Supervisors must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous experience as a survey interviewer required, knowledge of MIPO procedures, knowledge of equipment setup including phones, headsets, and computers, supervisory training is required, phone, computer assisted telephone interviewing software, monitoring software, evaluation procedures and techniques, data entry, computer knowledge of above software as well as windows, MS Word, Excel. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Student Assistant Student Supervisor (Level 2) Supervisors are expected to assist in the set up and shut down of a polling shift. Supervisors should arrive 15 minutes before the start of a poll and expect to stay 15 minutes after the end of a poll. Set up includes turning on and logging on all the phone computer room computers. Supervisors are assigned various tasks throughout the night. The tasks that may be asked of you are: Timesheet Duty: these supervisors are in charge of making sure all pollers sign in and out when they arrive, go on break, and leave. Also, this person is in charge of timesheets. Timesheets must be signed with the appropriate start and end time recorded. Prepare workstations for interviewers. Monitor: Monitoring is an integral part of polling. It is used as a method of quality control to ensure that the interviewers are following the interviewing procedures. You will be listening in on interviews as they are happening. After an interview is complete you will speak to the interviewer you just listened to and provide them with feedback. It is very important to let an interviewer know what he/she is doing well and what could be improved upon. Your feedback is important. Interviewing: sometimes it may be necessary for a supervisor to be an interviewer. Supervisors must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous experience as a survey interviewer required, Previous experience as a supervisor required- must have supervised at least 25 times knowledge of MIPO procedures, knowledge of equipment setup including phones, headsets, and computers, supervisory training is required, phone, computer assisted telephone interviewing software, monitoring software, evaluation procedures and techniques, data entry, computer knowledge of above software as well as windows, MS Word, Excel. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Marist Institute for Public Opinion FN Student Assistant Student Supervisor (Level 3) Supervisors are expected to assist in the set up and shut down of a polling shift. Supervisors should arrive 15 minutes before the start of a poll and expect to stay 15 minutes after the end of a poll. Set up includes turning on and logging on all the phone computer room computers. Supervisors are assigned various tasks throughout the night. The tasks that may be asked of you are: Timesheet Duty: these supervisors are in charge of making sure all pollers sign in and out when they arrive, go on break, and leave. Also, this person is in charge of timesheets. Timesheets must be signed with the appropriate start and end time recorded. Prepare workstations for interviewers. Monitor: Monitoring is an integral part of polling. It is used as a method of quality control to ensure that the interviewers are following the interviewing procedures. You will be listening in on interviews as they are happening. After an interview is complete you will speak to the interviewer you just listened to and provide them with feedback. It is very important to let an interviewer know what he/she is doing well and what could be improved upon. Your feedback is important. Interviewing: sometimes it may be necessary for a supervisor to be an interviewer. Supervisors must be familiar with and adhere to all MIPO guidelines and procedures. Skills Required: Previous experience as a survey interviewer required, Previous experience as a supervisor required- must have supervised at least 25 times knowledge of MIPO procedures, knowledge of equipment setup including phones, headsets, and computers, supervisory training is required, phone, computer assisted telephone interviewing software, monitoring software, evaluation procedures and techniques, data entry, computer knowledge of above software as well as windows, MS Word, Excel. IRB Certification and 3+ credits in Public Opinion coursework also required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant This is a new hire position. Task assignments will remain routine and will be closely supervised. These students are responsible for setting up equipment in assigned classrooms, providing users with operating information, retrieving equipment and returning it Applicants should have some experience with using audio/video equipment, although all assistants are trained in the technology that they are expected to know. Student should also have an interest in audio/visual/video and video equipment, be computer literate Pay Level I - Unskilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant This is a second year position. These assistants are able to work independently. Additional tasks may be assigned which may require more training and the assistants work more closely with faculty and staff. The student is responsible for setting up equipment Requies at least one year experience in the office and experience with the audio/video equipment. Also student should have an interest in audio/visual/video and video production, be computer literate, and be an analytical/logical thinker. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant This position is for returning employees. The student assists in the overall operation of the office. The student in his position supervises other student employees in the absence of fulltime staff. The student also has large amounts of dealings The student must be professional and organized. Pay Level III - Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant This is s position for returning employees. This is a highly technical position that has little to no supervision. Student must be highly skilled, and have a high degree of maturity and initiative. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant Digital Media Assistant for Freshman Forum: to assist in the creation of 2-4 original design composite prototypes. Computer skills needed. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant Emmy Award Library Collection - Assistant for ICW - assistant will create media needed for 2-4 prototype composite videos for the Emmy Award Library Collection. Computer skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor Online Tutor for ICW - will assist the instructor in a distance learning course. Specifically, assist students with e-learning software, and the creation/revision of digital portfolios. Computer skills required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Media Center LT 203 Student Assistant Digital Media Assistant for ICW/CW2 will create media needed for 2-3 prototypes composite videos utilizing the Annenberg English Composition video series. Computer skills required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Music RO Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Phone, mail, general clerical duties. Must be a music student. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Music RO Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Entry Level-Phone, mail, general clerical duties. Must be a music student Pay Level I - Unskilled
Music Student Center Student Assistant Librarian: Needed to distribute, organize and archive instrumental and choral ensemble literature. Must be a music student with familiarity of music department and performing ensembles. Knowledge of MS Office and general proficiency with office equipment required. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Music Student Center Intern PR Intern: Will be assisting in departmental publicity and advertisement campaigns. Will be assisting in the coordination of community outreach events for the Music Department. Must be a PR/Advertising/Marketing major. Music students will receive preference based on familiarity with program. Must be familiar with MS Office, Adobe Acrobat. Knowledge of Photoshop is a plus. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Payroll DN 214 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk High Volume Office environment. Receive visitors and phone calls; refer inquiries to appropriate people, take messages. Assist students with new hire paperwork. File records, forms or other information. Make copies, stamp, stuff, sort and distribute paychecks. Perform other job related duties as required. Good with figure, like to file (well), able to work with people (staff, faculty, administration) Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Physical Plant 5 Terminal Road Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Dispatcher must possess very good interpersonal and customer skills. Dispatcher is responsible for phone coverage, work orders, data entry, filing, pulling, work order tickets. Various other clerical tasks will be performed as described in the dispatched procedures or requested by the mechanical services supervisors. Dispatchers should have demonstrated computer literacy with proficiency in MP2 or similar computer programs. Must also promote positive interpersonal relationships with staff, students, vendors and employees. Excellent data entry skills, good communication and organizational skills. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Physical Plant DN 122 Grounds Keeper Mowing, weed eating, weeding flower beds, pruning, general landscape maintenance, snow shoveling. Must be willing to work outside. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Physical Plant DN 122 Grounds Keeper Mowing, weed eating, weeding flower beds, pruning, general landscape maintenance, snow shoveling. Must be willing to work outside. Prior experience is preferred and ability to operate machinery. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Physical Plant DN 122 Student Assistant Assists Director of Physical Plant with field measuring potential construction sites. Light clerical work. Student will use Microsoft Word to write status reports on ongoing construction projects. Use digital camera to take photos of ongoing projects. Be able to communicate with project foremen. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Physical Plant DN 122 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk General Clerical functions, answering the phone, taking messages, and scheduling meetings. Must have organizational skills, and pleasant phone manners. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Post Office SC Customer Service Representative Sorting and delivering of mail, customer service, cashier, operation of mailing equipment, postage machines, golf cart, and scales. Heavy lifting and good attention. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Public Affairs FN Student Assistant Photographer: photographing Marist events and taking candid shots of Marist campus and activities; scanning photos; downloading photos from digital camera. Experience in photography. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Public Affairs FN Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Clipping news articles, proofreading, scanning, filing, answering phones, copying, delivery and pick-up of items on campus, occasionally serving as receptionist, and posting flyers on campus. Pleasant phone manner, dependable. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Registrars DN 203 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Front Desk Duties: answer the phones, assists with customer service at front counter, filing, data entry. Must pay attention to detail, must be accurate with data entry skills. Good phone and customer service skills. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Registrars DN Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Answer phones, assist with customer service at front counter, requires some independent judgment, works with confidential records and limited supervision . Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Registrars DN Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Answer phones, assist with customer service at front counter, performs complex secretarial work including data entry with access to confidential information, special projects performed with little supervision, independent judgment & initiative as well as responsible for more than one function. . Pay Level III - Skilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Intern Travel to NYC- maintain, upgrade IRTS web site. Trouble shoot all problems relating to website. Students need advanced computer skills- HTML and good communication skills Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Answering phones, taking messages, filing, photocopying, visitor hospitality, sorting/delivering mail, minimal typing, running errands. All tasks assigned and reviewed by supervisor. Requirements: working knowledge of Microsoft Word, pleasant phone manner, willingness to learn and work with others Pay Level I - Unskilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Maintains web pages, and updates files, creates graphics Requirements: working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Access, pleasant phone manner, willingness to learn and work with others. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Same as Office Asst II, as well as, extensive office/clerical tasks, prepares office reports, works independently as required. Can take charge of office in absence of staff. Requirements: Solid knowledge of all computer software used by department, pleasant phone manner, must demonstrate a professional attitude and proven ability to work with others. Pay Level III - Skilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Lab Aid Insures security of video/audio/computer equipment in lab facilities Requirements: Solid knowledge of all equipment in the lab. Ability to troubleshoot within area of expertise of the assistant. Must demonstrate a professional attitude and willingness to work with and assist others. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 213 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Maintians web pages, and updates files, creates graphics Knowledge of HTML, Advanced HTML, Java, Photoshop Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Communications & Arts Steel Plant Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk To assist Director of Core in printing, collating, and delivering Core Literature and Correspondence as needed. . Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Communications & Arts LT 224 Student Assistant Video Production Assistant: The student assists a faculty or staff member in production of video programs for clients, either on-campus or off-campus. Such assistance includes transportation, set-up, and operation of video and audio equipment. . Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Computer Science & Math LT 113 Lab Aid The lab assistant teaches the CMSC 120 lab under supervision of the course instructor. Assistants should renew basic JAVA programming. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Computer Science & Math LT 113 Student Assistant Work is performed with limited supervision. Student is responsible for routing mail, making copies, answering telephones, filing, and delivering to other buildings on campus. Students should be capable in all fields mentioned above. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Computer Science & Math St. Ann's Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Need a WEB developer who is able to design, post, and maintain WEB sites. Need assistance with migrating, developing, and maintaining our customer WEB sites. Need someone to work on our existing WEB site to make it more dynamic and ensure ease of administration. Investigation of an administrative maintenance tool has commenced and the evaluation will need to be completed. Additional features will need to be added to the site such as secure customer logon sections and online Service Request forms that will integrate into a backend database and provide notification to our employee. Looking for someone who is able to complete the ongoing investigations, develop a recommendation and strategy for WEB development and WEB administration/maintenance, and handle the WEB development tasks to implement the new features. Windows based System Administrator, WEB design and development, Access database skills with ability to WEB enable existing Access application or migrate to an appropriate database for back end integration with the WEB site, Integration of WEB site with back end database, Online Forms with notification when submitted, Secure WEB logon, Appropriate WEB technologies such as html, java script, asp, etc, Ability to handle investigation of technologies and products on the market, Ability to clearly and concisely articulate findings of investigation, Ability to define a strategy for development and on-going maintenance, ability to clearly and concisely communicate project status Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Management Studies DY 149 Student Assistant Students work directly with some of the faculty. Assignments (written and oral direction) vary from grading, some research, data, entry, typing and document set-up. Excel, Power Point and Word experience is required. Must take written and oral directions well. Needs to be able to multi-task and work with a variety of people. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Management Studies DY 362 Research Assistant Will work with faculty to assist in GET - initiative (Gateway for Entrepreneurs Tomorrow) by researching grant opportunities and writing grant proposals. Need so knowledge of how to research and write grant proposals. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Management Studies DY 149 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Typing, filing, answering phones, photocopying. Prepares packages for registration, surveys and informational mailings. Also required to do miscellaneous tasks as they arise. Microsoft Excel, Word. Phone experience and some secretarial experience. Student can NOT be shy or afraid to ask questions. Also, must be able to multi-task. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Management Studies DY 313 Research Assistant The research assistants with responsibilities for data acquisition and data entry, as well as business and economics research, using the internet and other official and business sources. Must have some knowledge of research and computer skills. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Management Studies DY 313 Research Assistant Interviewers: Work on a project regarding the economic impact of tourism in the Hudson Valley economy, with special emphasis on fall tourism. Weekday and weekend trips to regional historic sites will be included in September and October. Must be personable, able to talk to people, ask questions, be courteous and not shy. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Science DN 228 Research Assistant Work with outside company Nuenergen, the consulting company with Justin Butwell, contracted to perform a comprehensive sustainability audit for the college. Student must be Environmental Science Major. Student must possess good management skills Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Science DN 107A Student Assistant Student took materials generated for the SOTN project (funded by the RGK Foundation) and converted them into useable webpages. Student then posted the pages in a viewable location. This was a vital service to the completion of a successful project. . Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Science DN 228 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Perform clerical duties such as word processing, working with spreadsheets, photocopying, filing, answering phones. Knowledge of computer applications and general office procedures. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Science DN 228 Lab Aid Laboratory Assistant III: Assist faculty in setting up and taking down instructional laboratories. Prepare materials (chemical solutions, media, specimens) in advance. May assist with laboratory instruction. Requires science skills and knowledge mainly gained through prior course work. Some independent judgment and initiative may be needed, with some or little supervision. Pay Level III - Skilled
School of Science DN 228 Lab Aid Laboratory Assistant IV: Assist faculty in setting up and taking down instructional laboratories. Prepare materials (chemical solutions, media, specimens) in advance. May assist with laboratory instruction. Requires more specialized science skills and knowledge mainly gained through prior upper level course work. Independent judgment and initiative required, with little or no supervision. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Science DN 228 Student Assistant Greenhouse Assistant: Assist Greenhouse Director in daily care and maintenance of the School's greenhouse. Maintains a diverse collection of plants, as well as small indoor pond containing fish and turtles. Pruning, weeding, transplanting, watering, fertilizing Some horticultural experience desired. Adaptability to different tasks as assigned by Director. Willingness to occasionally take on arduous tasks, under hot conditions. Reliability is essential. Weekend work may be necessary. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Science DN 228 Lab Aid Laboratory Assistant II: Assist faculty in setting up and taking down instructional laboratories. Prepare materials (chemical solutions, media, specimens) in advance. May carry out teaching assistance, with supervision of faculty. Requires science skills and knowledge mainly gained through prior course work. Also requires some independent judgment and initiative. Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Science DN 228 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Cover phones and greet students and faculty. Prevent unnecessary walk-in traffic to the Dean. Hours needed: Tues and Friday from 12:30-4:30. Knowledge of office suite 2007 (Exel, Word) and willingness to learn. Filing, light typing, and replenishing supplies in the School of Science. Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
School of Science Donnelly Room 228 Research Assistant The undergraduate research assistant will seek to discover. Using synthetic organic chemistry techniques with the proposed aim of studying fundamental mechanistic details. Science majors Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science DY 319 Graduate Assistantship Functions of the job: research skill (library) and accrual data collection and analysis; writing skill; classroom teaching support Research methods skill, some clerical, computer skills, Psychology major or equivalent (degree) B.A.+ Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science DY327 Student Assistant Coverage of office for school secretary in her absence; receive and sort mail; answer phone and take messages/direct calls; office tasks; several ongoing projects including compiling indexes and preparing a book for print and various research projects (in Mainframe experience, knowledge of Microsoft Word/Excel/Access and Internet. Excellent telephone and office skills are required. Student needs to be mature and well groomed. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science DY345 Student Assistant Testing room assistant: This individual will monitor all the testing equipment for the psychology department. This includes maintaining an inventory of all test and related material, recording all tests purchased, all tests loaned, assuring the return of . Pay Level I - Unskilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science DY 319 Student Assistant Some library research and organization of data. Computer skills, Psychology major, and organizational skills. Research Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science DY 321 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Web design, HTML coding, graphic art, Digital imaging and building a site for the I2 N7F project. Self motivated, talented, able to work under pressure and with diverse others. Research Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science . Student Assistant Copying, filing, delivering items, information resource about Marist College, the psychology department, and varied student matters. Confidentiality with be strictly maintained. . Pay Level II - Semiskilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science Testing Room Student Assistant Maintain the Testing Room per the duties outlined in the Testing Guidelines/Procedures; room will be open for 5 hours per week, including 2 hours on Monday (430-630) to accommodate the Assessment I classes and 2 hours on Wednesday to facilitate communication with Dr. Roblee. Maintain sign out sheets, contact students when necessary, organize materials for instructors, inventory items each semester, research items to be ordered and place items received in proper location. One additional hour to be scheduled each week. An additional 5 hours per week will be devoted to organizing information and collecting data for the planned NASP Certification application. Evaluation forms from the 2006-07 academic year will be collected, coded, copied, and results entered into a database. Other duties will include copying/organizing information necessary for this project. Must be able to perform basic clerical duties, which include organization, inventory, and contacting desired persons Graduate Student Pay Level I - Unskilled
School of Social and Behavioral Science Dyson Student Assistant Consolidate the testing room on the 3rd floor of Dyson. Items to consolidate are testing equipment (psychological tests etc.) This project should take 15 hours to complete. The student should be familiar with the items that are to be consolidated Graduate Student Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Security DN 201 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Office duties: filing, typing, data entry, customer service, telephone skills A knowledge of office practices and some basic computer skills Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Security DN 201 SNAP Safe walker/Dispatcher/Co-Coordinator SNAP Safewalkers are teams of students (2 or 3), male-male, male-female, or female-female, that patrol the campus in particular areas during their shift. They are NOT responsible for policy enforcement but to escort students walking through campus from on Must be a full-time student at Marist College and be able to work at night. Additionally, these students must be eligible for work study. These individuals must be able to remain calm in stressful situations. Only sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduates Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Security DN 201 SNAP Safe walker/Dispatcher/Co-Coordinator SNAP dispatcher must maintain complete confidentiality. Answering escort phone, dispatching appropriate escort team to various locations, and maintaining logs. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: A) Oversee all employees when working without the supervisor Must be full- or part-time student at Marist College and must be able to work nights. Additionally, this student must have work-study. This individual must be able to remain calm in stressful situations and have leadership capabilities. Pay Level III - Skilled
Security DN 201 SNAP Safe walker/Dispatcher/Co-Coordinator SNAP Co-Coordinator oversees Safewalkers and dispatchers. Responsible for making sure timesheets are accurate and each employee has completed all appropriate paperwork and documentation. Must maintain complete confidentiality. Must be a full- or part-time student at Marist College and must be able to work nights. Additionally, this student must have work-study. This individual must be able to remain calm in stressful situations and have leadership capabilities. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Security Dn Security Assistant Key Person/Guest Passes: Opens doors for professors, or media center attendants. Open and secure classrooms as needed. Reliability Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Security Donnelly Security Assistant Key Person/Guest Passes: Opens doors for professors, or media center attendants. Open and secure classrooms as needed. Reliability Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Sodexho Student Center Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Student is required to have high customer service skills. Position requires face to face with customers and over the telephone, filing, organizing, and use Caterease Software. Be able to work independently with very little supervision after training. Other duties as assigned Student should have phone/office skills. Must be customer service oriented and friendly. Student must have initiative and good judgment skills. Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Sodexho Student Center Student Assistant Line Server Attendant-Customer needs are primary. Excellent Customer Service required. Communicate with kitchen staff regarding food items. Keep condiments filled. Clean line, hot boxes and work areas. Must know daily menus and know the ingredients used if asked by customer regarding food allergies. Follow all health and safety rules. Must be dependable, possess good communication skills, and provide high level for customer service Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Special Services DN 226 Student Assistant Acts as receptionist to answer routine questions, take messages, copy notes, provide office coverage during staff meetings, answers phones, may be asked to assist with projects being worked on by other office staff. Responsible and reliable; good communication/interpersonal skills; good organizational skills; clear, pleasant speaking voice; to keep confidential any information he/she may learn about a student's disability Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Special Services DN 226 Test Proctor Monitors students during the examination process; does not provide answers to questions of any nature to students during examination; directs all questions students may have during exams to the Support Service Coordinator. Responsible and trustworthy; availability during the time the test is to be taken Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Special Services DN 226 Student Assistant A scribe writes answers to exam questions as dictated by the Program student. Responsibilities: records student's test responses EXACTLY as dictated, even if he/she thinks the answer may be wrong; spells and punctuates all responses to the best of his/her Responsible and reliable; clear, legible hand writing; may also be asked to type answers for the student; B or higher in College Writing or English courses Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Special Services DN 226 Reader/Proof Reader A reader provides reading services in academics either in person or on tape. In some instances, he/she may read test questions to students. If you are asked to read a book onto tape: Obtain tape recorder, tapes, textbooks and reading instructions Responsible and reliable; knowledge of a specific subject area may be required in some classes; clear , pleasant speaking voice Federal Work Study Pay Level I - Unskilled
Special Services DN 226 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Evening Assistant: Will cover the office between the hours of 5 and 9 PM when there is evening testing. Cover office during evening testing; seal exams in white confidential envelope and place in Support Service Coordinator's desk; turn off lights, clean Responsible and trustworthy; availability during the time the test is to be taken Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Special Services DN 226 Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor A tutor provides additional and/or remedial academic learning experience for a Program student. Tutors are recruited by the Academic Learning Center. Responsibilities: Strong GPA (3.0+); faculty recommendation preferred; either currently in class or has previously taken the class Federal Work Study Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Special Services DN 226 Web Developer/Web Master/Graphic Designer Design layout for Office of Special Services website, write html and/or use other programming language to execute design of site. Know Photo Shop software and how to use it in the development of the site. Courses requiring assistants include: Introductory Algebra, Introduction to College Writing, and Introduction to College Reading. Minimum cumulative 3.0, 3.3 for reading/writing courses and faculty recommendation required. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Student Affairs RO 388 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk To work with and back up Student Affairs Assistant. To answer phones, type, file, work with independent abilities, judgments- Work with confidential information. Keep track of multiple projects depending on time of year. Above average office skills- Exceperienced with all programs in Microsoft Office and experience in working with people. Ability to apply "common sense" but the knowledge to ask questions and help when needed. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Student Affairs RO 389 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Student will work in the Student Affairs Vice President Office. Functions: phones, filing confidential reports, word processing/data entry, running errands, greeting visitors Knowledge of Windows/Word, pleasant personality, responsible and dependable Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Student Affairs RO 388 Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Skilled Office Assistant: phones, working with confidential (office) material outside contacts for "Student Orientation Book", work with Assistant Deans, Parents Weekend work We look for well-rounded student that can handle general responsibilities, can follow directions and also work with little supervision. Skills: phones, filing, word processing, good organization and written communication skills. Federal Work Study Pay Level III - Skilled
Student Financial Services DN 200 Student Assistant Answering phones, assist at front counter, accepting financial aid forms, making phone calls to students and parents, data entry, filing and any other tasks as needed. Need good customer service skills, must be able to multi-task and be computer literate or possess the ability to learn computer programs as needed. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Student Financial Services DN 200 Student Assistant General office work: filing, answering phones, assists students at counter, photo copy, faxing, data entry, contacts students and families for needed documentation and create word and spreadsheet documentation. Must be organized, detail oriented, computer literate, great customer service skills, ability to listen and communicate well, knowledge of various computer applications. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Student Financial Services DN 200 Student Assistant Student Assistant to help with general data entry, alphabetize and sort student loan documents, and general mailing. Answer general questions over counter and telephone. Must be organized, detail oriented, excellent customer skills. Must be able to listen and communicate well. Knowledge of word, excel, ability to handle multiple tasks, work on own. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Student Financial Services DN 200 Student Assistant Assists the Assistant Director of Student Employment in collecting information relating to the JLD website, contact local employers for SEAD raffle prizes. Keep bulletin board up to date. Answer phones, assist at front counter, answer general questions regarding student employment. Ability to listen and communicate well. People skills, organizational skills, time management skills, work independently. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Student Financial Services Donnelly 200 Student Assistant Ability to create and maintain graphics and text for many of our publications. Example, Student Employment Appreciation Day. Must have excellent writing skills along with design skills. Preferred students with a major in art and design. Student majoring in Art. Must have computer knowledge for various graphic programs. Must be organized. Federal Work Study Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Teacher Education Dyson Office Assistant/Front Desk Clerk Student is to provide clerical assistance to the office, which includes filing, answering phones and typing documents . Pay Level II - Semiskilled
Teacher Education Dyson 388 Research Assistant Help with data entry and data analysis. Online and library research. Knowledge of excel and/or SPSS Graduate Student Pay Level III - Skilled
Upward Bound SP Resident Coordinator/Resident Assistant To supervise staff and students on assigned floors, in the dormitory and academic and recreational facilities. To assist with planning and monitoring assigned program activities. Specific duties: Supervises and evaluates staff performance, Bachelor's degree preferred and/or experience in working with youth from economically, socio-culturally, and/or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. Preference is given to individuals who have succeeded in overcoming circumstances similar to the targ Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled
Upward Bound SP Tutors/Tutors in Training/Online Tutor To be a role model for young people; to provide tutoring and daily "peer" counseling; to assist the residence supervisors with specified responsibilities. Specific duties: Attends pre-employment and in-service training programs; attends all scheduled staff At least one completed year of academic study in a post-secondary educational institution, and a cumulative index 2.5 or better. Preference is given to individuals who have succeeded in overcoming circumstances similar to the target population. Pay Level IV - Highly Skilled