Title: Front Desk Assistant and
Computer Lab Assistant
Department: Student Success Center
Job Description - Front Desk Assistant:
Answer multi-line phones, use Microsoft Office
software, help students and faculty with
questions, monitor make-up testing.
Job Description - Computer Lab
Assistant: Clear paper jams,
change printer cartridges, help students with
basic computer software questions.
Must have cumulative GPA of 3.0, and some of the
Filing, interpersonal communication skills,
office machines, word processing, spreadsheets,
multi-line phones, light cleaning and office
upkeep, internet and e-mail applications,
knowledge of Blackboard and MYSSU.
Hours Per Week: 12-16
Proposed Work Schedule:
Training begins in the Summer, but official
schedule will not begin until Fall 2013
Semester. Interviews held before end of
Spring 2013 Semester. Application
cut-off date is Friday, March 15, 2013.
Title: TEACHER ASSISTANT
Department: Children's Learning Center
Assist with classroom and playground
supervision under the direction of CLC staff;
participate in food service training and serve
meals/snack; cover staff on breaks including classrooms,
playground, front desk, etc; do routine maintenance
associated with an early childcare setting i.e. moving
furniture, laundry, cleaning, etc; be an active role
model for children, among other duties.
Minimum Requirements: Applicants should be early childhood
education, education, or OT/PT majors with priority
given to those who have completed ED115. Candidates are
required to complete an orientation and comply with all
licensing requirements including completion of four 6
hour training's in First Aid, Communicable Disease,
Child Abuse Prevention, and CPR. BCI checks are also
Hours Per Week:
Proposed Work Schedule: We are open from 7:00 am-5:00
pm Monday through Friday. Split schedule is possible.
Title: LAB PREP STUDENT
Department: Natural Science
Student will be involved in making
buffers, media, and reagents, cleaning labs, setting out
materials for labs, organizing storage of materials,
washing glassware, putting away materials after labs,
and other duties as assigned. Note: The contact for
these positions is Sharon Messer who will coordinate all
student employment in the department and will inform
applicants who to contact for more information.
Contact number: 740-351-3456.
Minimum Requirements: Student must be a science major
(Biology, Chemistry, or Natural Science), must be
familiar with some lab techniques in biology or
chemistry (including using a balance, using a pH meter,
measuring volumes, safely handling chemicals, etc.), and
should have a good attitude and willingness to work.
Preferred applicants will be in at least their
second year of a BS degree in one of the areas of
science, have a 3.0 or greater GPA, have successfully
completed one year of General Biology or General
Chemistry with at least a B for each term, and have a
good relationship with science department faculty and
Hours Per Week:
Proposed Work Schedule: To be arranged with supervisor