Position Openings

**Please make sure you meet all eligibility requirements for Work Study before applying**

 


Academic Advising Work Study

Academic Advising Office, Littleton Campus, M2010
$10.50/hr. for first time employees
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Job Description:

Need confidential, 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 with individual advisors on projects, assisting with Group Registration meetings, initiating and answering phone calls and answering emails.  This position requires tact and an understanding of how Academic Advising assists the student in supporting 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
  • Excellent customer service 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
  • Good academic and disciplinary standing (minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0)
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Typing test will be given

Time Commitment:

15-20 hours per week
Fall 2017 start date with potential for position to continue through Spring 2018 and Summer 2018.

To apply:

Please drop off at the Advising Front Desk (room M2010) or email susan.lukowski@arapahoe.edu the items below to the attention of Susan Lukowski. 

  • Schedule of Work Availability along with Detailed Class Schedule for Spring, Summer and Fall 2017
  • Cover letter or resume

Early Childhood Classroom Assistant

Child Development Center, Littleton Campus, North Building
Starting at $11.50/hour to $13.50/hour based on qualifications

Job Description:

The Child Development Center provides care for children 18 months - 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. Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

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:

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.

Applicants must have previous experience with young children in a formal setting and/or taking Early Childhood Education classes described in the two options below.

  1. Completion of one of the early childhood education courses with a course grade of “C” or better and twelve (12) months (1820 hours) verified experience in the care and supervision of four (4) or more children less than six (6) years of age, who are not related to the individual. Satisfactory experience includes being a licensee of a family child care home; a teacher’s aide in a center, preschool or elementary school. Assistant early childhood teachers must be enrolled in and attending the second (2nd) early childhood education class which will be used as the basis for their qualification for the position of early childhood teacher; or,
  2. Persons having completed two (2) of the early childhood education classes with a course grade of “C” or better and no experience.

Successful placement requires a completed background check.

Time Commitment:

This position will not exceed 20 hours weekly.
Center hours are Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

To apply:

Contact Pamela Didusch via email or phone to set up an interview.
Supervisor: Pamela Didusch
Email: pamela.didusch@arapahoe.edu
Phone: 303./797.5678


EHS Office/Lab Assistant

Exercise Health Sciences Lab, Littleton Campus, A1615
$10.50/hour for first time employees

Job Description:

Assist the EHS Coordinator with labs, reports, day-to-day operations of the EHS program that include, but are not limited to: computer usage of word, excel, power points, filing, copying, assisting with reports, lab set up, equipment inventory, data entry, social media.

Essential Functions:

30% Assist coordinator with day-to-day tasks
25% Computer Skills
25% Reports, data entry, special projects
10% Lab set up, equipment inventory
10% Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Great computer skills, honors confidentiality, flexible, reliable, dependable, can work with little supervision yet make deadlines with quality work.

Time Commitment:

Up to 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: Sophie Mabry
Exercise Health Sciences
A1615
sophie.mabry@arapahoe.edu


eLearning Assistant

$10.50 per hour
eLearning, Littleton Campus, M1710

Job Description:

  • Transcriptions and captioning (will be trained)
  • Answering the front desk phone and retrieving messages
  • Greeting students, faculty and staff
  • Office duties like copying, filing, tracking data, cleaning and maintaining equipment
  • Helping customers with basic computer applications
  • Assist students (and faculty, when required) with Desire2Learn, podcasts and special projects
  • Other duties as and when assigned

Essential Functions:

40% Special projects (transcriptions, captioning)
20% Office duties like greeting, answering the phone, tracking, copying and filing
30% Assist students, faculty and staff with Desire2Learn, podcasts and special projects
5% Cleaning and maintenance
5% Other duties as assigned

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

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Knowledge of Desire2Learn
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Ability to type a minimum 40 wpm
  • Reliability and dependability
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills

Time Commitment

12-20 hours per week

To Apply

You must have work study funding.

Contact Lee Christopher at 303.797.5965 or lee.christopher@arapahoe.edu


Elevate at ACC Peer Mentor

$10.50/hr. for first time employees
ACC Littleton Campus - Student Access Services
8.21.2017 through 12.15.2017

Job Description:

The Elevate at ACC peer mentor will serve as a natural support for students enrolled in Elevate.  Elevate at ACC is an inclusive post-secondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

The Elevate peer mentor will provide general guidance to Elevate students, based on the mentor’s experiences as a college student.  The mentor will work with the students both one-on-one and in group settings while assisting them with academic support and the development of soft skills including organizational skills, study strategies, time management, and communication techniques. The mentor will also participate in the organization, development, and execution of Elevate club meetings and activities, in collaboration with the other club members.

Essential Functions:

70% Provide general guidance and academic support to Elevate students while assisting them with the development of soft skills including organizational skills, study strategies, time management, and communication techniques.
20% Participate in the organization, development, and execution of Elevate club meetings and activities.
10% Provide general clerical support to the Elevate at ACC Coordinator.

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

  • Experience working with people with disabilities.
  • Strong written, oral and organizational skills.
  • Commitment to inclusion.

Time Commitment

Up to 20 hours per week, based on student availability.

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

To Apply

Complete the Elevate at ACC Peer Mentor Application and return the completed application to Student Access Services, M2710 (Littleton Campus) or sas@arapahoe.edu.  Once your application is received, you will be contacted by the Elevate at ACC Coordinator to discuss next steps.


Employer Relations Assistant / Peer Advisor

$10.50 per hour for first-time employees; $11.50 per hour for returning employees
Career and Transfer Center, Littleton Campus, M2025

Job Description:

The Employer Relations Assistant/Peer Advisor will provide excellent customer service for students and guests and will assist with office duties in the Career and Transfer Center. We are an energetic, innovative team, and look forward to adding new ideas from our valuable student staff.

Duties include:

  1. Provide basic career information for students, including familiarity with the Career and Transfer Center web site, resources, print library, and additional career, occupational, and transfer information.
  2. Assist with the maintenance of the ACC Career Connect job posting system and with implementing career and transfer fairs and other career programming.
  3. Perform administrative tasks including answering phones, data entry, email responses, mail, and maintaining a clean and professional office environment.
  4. Maintain calendars and schedule appointments for the Career and Transfer Center professional staff.
  5. Answer questions and manage requests from students and employers.
  6. Assist with the promotion of the Career and Transfer Center through promotional tables, flyers, bulletin boards, social media, and other methods.
  7. Assist with special projects including editing the web site, report writing, and compiling surveys.

Essential Functions:

30% Greet and assist students visiting or contacting through phone and email including scheduling appointments and answering basic career questions
30% Interact with employers over the phone, email and in person to assist with job postings
20% Data entry and maintenance of job database and calendars
15% Assist with promoting and implementing career fairs and other events
5% 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 orientation and high standards of professionalism
  • Ability to work professionally over the telephone and in the office and to maintain confidentiality
  • Must be organized, reliable, and dependable
  • Microsoft Office skills, including Outlook and Excel required
  • Good academic standing (prefer minimum GPA of 2.5)

Time Commitment

Maximum 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

Please submit a resume and cover letter addressing why you are a good fit for the position to:
Wendy Winter-Searcy, Career and Transfer Center M2005, or wendy.winter-searcy@arapahoe.edu


EMS Academy Lab Assistant

$10.50 per hour for first-time employees
ACC Littleton Campus, Annex

Job Description:

This position will work within the EMS Academy helping faculty with daily activities to include setting up skill labs, replacing training equipment, and cleaning training equipment. Other duties may include limited typing, filing and office organization. Limited opportunities to help with training exercise will exist as well.

Essential Functions:

30% Skill lab set up and clean up
25% Equipment maintenance
25% Office duties and organization
10% Assisting in training exercises
10% Other duties as assigned

 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Hard worker with the ability to follow through with tasks. The ability to work independently with minimum oversight. Flexibility with daily routine.

Time Commitment

Flexible based on student's availability.

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

To Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter addressing why you are a good fit for the position to:
Dennis Edgerly, EMS Academy, A2255, dennis.edgerly@arapahoe.edu


Foundation Assistant

Littleton Campus, Executive Suite, M2910
$10.50 per hour for first time employees
July 1, 2017 - December 15, 2017 Fall semester / December 18, 2017 - May 11, 2018 Spring semester

Job Description:

Work study will have multiple responsibilities: Basic office management (greeting constituents in the office, answering phones, copying, filing, record keeping, data entry). Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are a plus. You will also be trained on Banner Advancement and Donor Perfect Software and will be expected to update information for alumni and donor purposes. You may be required to work with additional faculty and staff if needed.  Great experience for your resume to expand your skill set while utilizing your strengths and areas of interest.

Essential Functions:

30% Front Desk/Computer/typing skills using Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Donor Perfect and Banner Advancement  
25% Assist with projects, reports, data collection
25% Keep alumni website pages updated and work on alumni related tasks
20% Assist the Executive Director and Coordinator in miscellaneous tasks

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Accuracy and reliability, both in work product and attendance, are required
  • Professional attire and decorum required
  • Ability to quickly learn computer software
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Be able to work with little or no supervision
  • Attention to confidentiality needs of the office
  • Ability to use a variety of office equipment, including phones, copier, and shredder
  • Filing and record keeping skills
  • Flexible hours morning and afternoon
  • Organized, friendly, outgoing, able to multi-task and meet deadlines

Time Commitment:

Maximum 20 hours/week Fall/Spring semesters

Evaluations are conducted on an annual basis.

To apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Vanisha Douvon, Foundation Coordinator
vanisha.douvon@arapahoe.edu 
303.797.5881
Foundation M2910


Nurse Aide / Mortuary Science Work Study

ACC Littleton Campus
$10.50/hr. for first time employees
Fall Semester: August – December 15, 2017 / Spring Semester: December 18, 2017 – May 11, 2018

Job Description:

This is a work study position for the Nurse Aide (NUA) and Mortuary Science Program (MOR). MOR duties include assisting with general office duties as listed below. MOR majors or students who have not completed the NUA Program are not eligible for this position.

Essential Functions:

30% Assist with projects, reports, data collection
30% Receiving, organizing, filing, and maintaining required student applications, forms, and documentation
30% Data entry and general office duties
10% Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Must be:

  • Strong customer service orientation and high standards of professionalism
  • Ability to work professionally over the telephone and in the office
  • Must maintain confidentiality
  • Must report to work on-time and be dependable
  • Should enjoy projects requiring organizational skills
  • Microsoft Office skills, including Outlook and Excel required
  • Good academic standing

Time Commitment:

Up to 20 hours a week.

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

To apply:

Send email of interest with resume attached to martha.thayer@arapahoe.edu; and valerie.carter@arapahoe.edu.


Nurse Aide / Nursing Work Study

ACC Littleton Campus
$10.50/hr. for first time employees
Fall Semester: August – December 15, 2017 / Spring Semester: December 18, 2017 – May 11, 2018

Job Description:

This is a work study position for the Nurse Aide (NUA) and Nursing (NUR) Program.  Duties include assisting with general office duties as listed below.

Essential Functions:

30% Assist with projects, reports, data collection
30% Receiving, organizing, filing, and maintaining required student applications, forms, and documentation
30% Data entry and general office duties
10% Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Must be:

  • Strong customer service orientation and high standards of professionalism
  • Ability to work professionally over the telephone and in the office
  • Must maintain confidentiality
  • Must report to work on-time and be dependable
  • Should enjoy projects requiring organizational skills
  • Microsoft Office skills, including Outlook and Excel required
  • Good academic standing

Time Commitment:

Up to 20 hours a week.

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

To apply:

Send email of interest with resume attached to valerie.carter@arapahoe.edu and elizabeth.collin@arapahoe.edu


Student Ambassador

Student Recruitment and Outreach, Littleton Campus, Welcome Center
$10.50/hour

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.

  • 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

Veterans Benefits Work Study

Veterans Benefits Office – Littleton campus
Pay rate: $9.30/hour, plus scholarship (see details below)
8/1/17 – 12/12/17 with potential for extension into future semesters

Job Description:

**Applicant must be receiving GI bill or Voc Rehab to qualify for this position**

VA Work-Study is paid and administered by the VA. They pay an hourly wage of $9.30 per hour (Colorado minimum wage) and ACC will supplement with a $1000 institutional scholarship for every semester enrolled to cover the wage differential between what the VA pays and what we would normally pay for work-study over the course of a semester(s), based on a 20 hour work week.

The Veterans Benefits office serves veteran, active duty and veteran dependent students and incoming students.
The work study is the first point of contact in the Veterans Benefits office and will be responsible for answering telephone, email and walk-in inquiries, researching student account status, preparing student files for processing, identifying missing documents, and assisting the school certifying official with tasks related to the processing and archiving of documents.

Essential Functions:

70%

Providing customer service, covering phone calls, walk-in visits, and emails

25%

General administrative processing, data entry, scanning, etc.

5% Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Applicant must be receiving GI bill or Voc Rehab, and be enrolled in school ¾ time or greater. Must be in good standing with ACC; customer service and interpersonal skills are a must; general knowledge of VA education benefits; computer skills, including Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel; ability to work with confidential information.

Time Commitment:

20 - 25 hours per week

To apply:

Lance D. Coppin
lance.coppin@arapahoe.edu
303.797.5934
Veterans Benefits, Room M1625


Veterans Services Student Lounge Work Study

Veteran Study Lounge (M1630) and Student Engagement Center (M2720) – Littleton campus
Pay rate: Determined by VA Benefit program requirements, as applicable
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Job Description:

The Veteran Services Student Workers will provide excellent service to our ACC community and specifically, to our ACC Veterans and Military-connected students. The main focus of this position will be to support and maintain the Veteran Study Lounge, M1630. To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the required knowledge, skills and abilities, and be able to explain and demonstrate that the essential functions of the job can be performed.

Preference for this position will be given to Veterans or Military-connected students who qualify for the VA Work-Study program.

Essential Functions:

20% Maintain the environment in the Veteran Study Lounge (M1630). Being present in the room at all times during your shift as co maintain order and security. Ensure that printer and computers are operational, and appropriate supplies are available, or notifying the supervisor if they are not.
20% Provide excellent customer service and referral information for campus and community resources students utilizing the Veteran Study Lounge might need.
20% Help with the development and promotion of upcoming events and services for Veterans and Military-connected students. Assist with event setup and take down, and participate in events and activities throughout the year.
10% Assist with administrative support casks such as creating spreadsheets, filing documents, researching items, designing marketing items, etc.
10% Manage the ACC Veteran Services social media through making posts, sharing information, and monitoring activity.
10% Assist in student outreach by making phone calls or sending emails and encouraging students to use ACC services that will aid in their success at ACC.
10% Other duties as assigned and delegated.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • A positive attitude about ACC and a desired to assist students.
  • Punctual and dependable.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Enthusiasm to work with diverse students, parents, faculty, and staff.
  • Desire to be a leader and role-model, including on-campus, online and in the community.
  • Ability to life up to 25lbs and sit for long periods of time.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Good financial aid and disciplinary standing with the college.
  • Enrollment in a minimum of 6 credit hours for Fall 2017.
  • Ability to pass a background check.

You will receive:

As a student worker, you will receive regular training on a variety of topics and support from on campus administrators. Your training will include the option to get certified in Mental Health First Aid. You will also have the option to attend other training and opportunities on and off campus due to your role.

Mental Health First Aid is a nationally recognized 8-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training can help you work better with all individuals but specifically identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders.

Time Commitment:

This position requires a commitment of at least 8-10 hours per week. Additional hours may be available up to 20 hours per week.

To apply:

  1. First, please confirm your eligibility to receive VA Work-Study with the VA Certifying Official (M1625 or Financial Aid Office).
  2. Second, email dan.balski@arapahoe.edu, with your name, phone number, student ID number. He will email you an application, and direct you from there.