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Academic Advising Work Study

Academic Advising Office
$10.00/hr. for first time employees; $10.50/hour for returning employees
Summer 2015 (May 16 - June 26) / Fall 2015 (July 1 - December 15)

Job Description:

Reliable, flexible and high-energy person to assist in the Academic Advising office at the Front Desk. Major duties include but are not limited to greeting students, answering phones, assisting students with registration, working directly with advisors on projects, initiating and taking phone calls and answering emails. This position requires tact, confidentiality and an understanding of how Academic Advising assists the student in reaching their academic goals.

Essential Functions:

100%Work at the Academic Advising Front Desk

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • A positive attitude about Arapahoe Community College and a desire to assist students
  • Good standing with ACC
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Excellent customer services skills
  • Ability to handle and maintain confidential student information
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook and comfortable working with computers and students
  • Punctual and dependable

Time Commitment:

10-20 hours per week
Potential for position to continue through Fall 2015 and Spring 2016

To apply:

Please drop off all of the required documentation listed below to Susan Lukowski, Work-Study Supervisor at the Advising Front Desk in Room M2010 or via campus mail to Box 28.

  • You must have submitted a FAFSA for the 2014-15 Academic year
  • Class Schedule (please indicate when you are available to work outside of class)
  • Cover letter
  • Approval for work study from Financial Aid

Art Gallery Monitor and Assistant

Art Gallery, A3100
$10.00/hr. for first time employees; $10.50/hour for returning employees
Summer 2015 (May 16 - June 26)

Job Description:

The Gallery Assistant & Monitor assists the Gallery Coordinator with administrative and clerical work, art sales, customer service, risk management, installation/take down of exhibitions, artist/client communications, monitoring and maintaining the art and gallery.

Essential Functions:

70%Monitor the desk and art
15%Customer service, answer phones, artist/client communications, sales, assist the Gallery Coordinator with administrative and clerical work
15%Installation/take down of exhibitions

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Good Customer Service in person and on the phone.
  • Is extremely dependable.
  • Has good communication skills.
  • Has good organizational skills.
  • Must be able to get to work on time and is very reliable.
  • Works well independently and in a quiet space.
  • Employees will be trained to help hang the shows. No prior experience necessary. Some lifting and handling of fragile art is required.

Time Commitment:

Approximately 10-20 hours per week

Applicants must be in good standing with ACC to be considered for employment. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

To apply:

Supervisor name: Trish Sangelo, 303.588.8466
Department with room number: Art Gallery, A1300


BACCHUS Initiatives Program Assistant

Art and Design Building, Suite 4200
Starting at $10.00 per hour
Summer 2015 (May 16 - June 26) / Fall 2015 (July 1 - December 15)

Job Description:

The BACCHUS Initiatives Program Assistant is a federal work-study position in the BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA office in Littleton, CO on the Arapahoe Community College campus. The BACCHUS Initiatives Program Assistant provides support and works collaboratively with NASPA staff, coordinating elements of educational projects, campaigns, and trainings. Responsibilities also include assisting with the implementation of trainings, technical assistance, grant reporting, and updating social media on the BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA accounts. The person(s) in this position reports to the Senior Director of BACCHUS Initiatives and Training.

Background on the Organization:
NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. Our work provides high-quality professional development, advocacy, and research for 13,000 members in all 50 states, 25 countries, and 8 U.S. territories. The organization is based in Washington, DC.

The BACCHUS Initiatives are a division within NASPA, based in the Denver metro area. For nearly 40 years, BACCHUS has helped peer educators, student leaders, and professionals in higher education provide important health and safety information and resources to college students and young adults.

Essential Functions:

30%Grant Projects: provides support to grant projects and assists with reports
25%Educational Projects: assists with program management logistics, correspondence, data entry, social media
25%Health Campaigns: contributes to and assembles program- and campaign-related materials
10%Membership Services: processes checks and other payments; enters data for member groups; filing

10%

Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

The successful candidate will be a collaborative, creative, self-starter who can also work independently. Familiarity with Microsoft Office products, Presentation/Design applications, and databases is preferable. Must be in good standing.

Time Commitment:

This position is for a maximum of 10 hours per week.

Applicants must be in good standing with ACC to be considered for employment. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis

To apply:

Supervisor Name: Ann Quinn-Zobeck
Department with room number: Art and Design Building, Suite 4200
Please send a letter of interest, your resume, and schedule of availability to: aquinnzobeck@naspa.org


Cashier's Office

Starting at $10.00 per hour

Job Description:

Data entry, learn and work with system programs, process payments, answer phones and emails, scanning and saving documents in the system, provide effective customer service, analyze student accounts, answer questions, guide students through payment processes.

Essential Functions:

75%

Student Accounts Receivable Cashier Processing

15%

Answering Phones, Voice Messages, Emails

10%

Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Proficient telephone skills, email skills, and customer service using a caring and professional approach
  • Ability to learn computer processing systems: Banner, CashNet, HigherOne, NelNet payment plan
  • Proficient keyboarding skills, 10 key calculator skills, ability to learn scanning and filing process
  • Previous experience with handling money
  • Strong attention to detail

Time Commitment:

  • 20 hours per week for work-study position for Summer 2015 – Term 201610
  • Start Date May 18 and job continues through Summer term with high consideration for remaining in the position through Fall 2015 term.

Applicants must be in good standing with ACC to be considered for employment. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

To apply:

  • Provide resume and letter of application by May 1, 2015
  • Supervisor – Charla Hannigan
  • Telephone – 303-797-5648
  • Email – charla.hannigan@arapahoe.edu
  • Campus Box 12

Disability Services Notetaker

Starting at $10.00 per hour
Summer 2015 (May 16 - June 26) / Fall 2015 (July 1 - December 15)

Job Description:

Disability Services provides classroom and test accommodations to qualified students. A notetaker accommodation in Disability Services’ primary function is to regularly attend assigned classes and take copious notes for students, mainly in AAA and CCR courses. Clear and concise electronic notes with proper headings and accurate information is critical. Timely communication with the Disability Services department is required.

Essential Functions:

75%Notetaking
25%Note editing

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Friendly
  • Punctual
  • Dependable
  • Eager to learn
  • Flexible
  • Organization
  • Clear communication
  • Typing skills

Time Commitment:

A notetaker will need to attend class sessions to take notes for students and send electronic notes to the Disability Services department after class. The current class sessions end in mid-May. 5-15 hours per week is needed.

Applicants must be in good standing with ACC to be considered for employment. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

To Apply:

Supervisor: Name Rachel M. Weir
Department w/room number: Disability Services M2710

Please come to Disability Services and make an appointment for an interview with Rachel Weir.

 


Early Childhood Classroom Assistant

Starting at $10.00 per hour year one, $10.50 per hour year two

Job Description:

The Child Development Center provides care for children 2 ½ - 5 years of age for ACC students, faculty, staff, and the community. In the Early Childhood Classroom Assistant, you will provide teachers essential support in the classroom to provide excellent educational experiences for young children. The student will have multiple responsibilities: assist the teacher in the classroom with supervision of children, customer service, facilitate and participate in classroom learning activities, classroom cleaning and maintenance, fulfillment of licensing rules and regulations, food service preparation and cleanup and any other duties as assigned by staff. Successful placement requires a completed background check.

Essential Functions:

45%

Assists teacher with classroom and activity supervision

40%

Classroom and Center cleaning and maintenance

10%

Customer service, greeting parents

5%Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: We are looking for a diverse group of students who possess the following qualities:

Applicants must have previous experience with young children in a formal setting or taking Early Childhood Education classes. The Early Childhood Classroom Assistant should have a passion for young children, a strong work ethic, and the ability to juggle multiple tasks. Applicant must be extremely reliable, friendly and customer-service oriented. Because this position works closely with the public, a professional appearance is required as well as the ability to work with confidential information. Preferred but not required qualification: Early Childhood Teacher Certified.

Time Commitment:

This position will not exceed 20 hours weekly. Monday through Thursday 12:30-5:30 p.m.

To apply:

Contact Kim Steele via email or phone to setup an interview.

Supervisor: Kim Steele
Email: kimberly.steele@arapahoe.edu
Phone: 303.797.5678

 


Library Assistant

ACC Library & Learning Commons
$10.00/hr. for first-time employees; $10.50/hr. for returning employees
Summer 2015 (May 16 - June 26) / Fall/Spring Semester (July 1, 2015 - May 13, 2016)

Job Description:

Library Assistants contribute significantly to the busy day-to-day operations of the Library and Learning Commons. Typical duties at the circulation desk include operating an Integrated Library System to manage the circulation of all material, assist students with printing, scanner, copier or computer needs, manage the course reserve collection, log-in public patrons on computers, etc.

Students also learn the Library of Congress classification system and shelve books accordingly. Library Assistants are integral in helping to keep the Library orderly and assist patrons with all available accommodations, such as study room reservations.

Library Assistants deliver exceptional customer service at all times to our diverse patrons, both in person and over the phone.

Essential Functions:

30%

Manage circulation desk and assist patrons with material check-in and out

25%

Assist patrons with computers, copier, scanner, printers, etc.

25%

Utilizing the Library of Congress classification system, shelve books in circulating stacks; maintain stacks in an orderly fashion and assist librarians with overall upkeep of the library

10%Processing new books and periodicals
10%Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: We are looking for a diverse group of students who possess the following qualities:

  • Strong customer service skills and high standard of professionalism
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Organized
  • Must be reliable and dependable
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Good standing with ACC

Time Commitment:

15-20 hours per week.

Applicants must be in good standing with ACC ot be considered for employment. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

To apply:

Please pick up an employment application from the circulation desk and return it, along with verification of work study funds, a class schedule and resume to Casey Lansinger, Public Services Librarian. Library, M2500


Student Ambassador

Student Recruitment and Outreach
$10.00/hr.

Job Description:

ACC Student Ambassadors are part of an exciting student organization that works within the Office of Student Recruitment and Outreach. Student Ambassadors are able to share their ACC experiences with prospective students by leading campus tours, Welcome Desk staffing, participating in open house events and maintaining contact with prospective students. Ambassadors are also assigned clerical tasks that include answering phones, data entry, and general office assistance.

Essential Functions:

30%

Front counter customer service rep./answering phone/welcome desk host/hostess

30%

Campus tour guide

20%

Data entry of prospective student information/responding to prospective student questions

20%Participate in on-campus and outside recruiting events such as college fairs, high school visits, open houses, student panels and pre-event setups.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: We are looking for a diverse group of students who possess the following qualities:

  • Good interpersonal communication and phone skills
  • Good customer service skills
  • Must be in good standing with ACC and maintain at least a 2.50 GPA
  • Have basic computer skills
  • Reliable and hard working

Time Commitment:

Up to 20 hours per week.

To apply:

Please drop off all of the items listed below at Student Recruitment and Outreach Office Front Desk in Room M2450 or via campus mail Box 24.

Applicants will be contacted for interviews.

  • Verification of work study funds from Financial Aid
  • Schedule of work availability along with class schedule for the semester
  • Cover Letter addressing why you would be a good fit for the position
  • Resume