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Monday, March 27, 2017

Center for Student Services-Office Assistant

Department/Division: Center for Student Services

Supervisor Tess Martin/Sandi Smith/Kathy Wince

Purpose of Student's Job: Assist Admissions/Records/Financial Aid office staff with routine tasks

Preferred Time to Perform Job: Able to work during the day and some evenings. (Between the hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

Pay: $8.75 an Hour

Hours: 15-20 per week

Description of Duties:

Admissions/Records/Financial Aid:

·        Answer telephone and take messages as directed/assist with large call list

·        Schedule appointments

·        File/Scan files to Image System (Laserfiche)

·        Help complete assigned projects, faxing and printing documents

·        Make copies/fold papers/stuff envelopes, process documents for mailings

·        Assist students who call or walk into the office (OLSIS, Web E-mail, FASFA, etc.)

·        Assist with registration and Financial Aid

·        Assist with testing and student events

·        Other office duties as assigned or necessary

Office Standards:

·        Must be able to handle sensitive and/or confidential information with utmost professionalism (essential)

·        Appropriate office attire is expected (essential)


  • Strong customer service skills (essential)
  • Must be eligible to participate in the Federal Work Study Program
  • Good organizational skills (essential)
  • Self-motivated (essential)
  • Professional demeanor (essential)
  • Good communication skills (essential)
  • Dependability (essential)

To Apply: Must be eligible to participate in the Federal Work Study Program, if you are uncertain, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (304) 424-8310.

E-mail resume and cover letter to Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Workforce & Economic Development-Office Assistant (2016-2017)

JOB TITLE: Office Assistant

DEPARTMENT: Workforce Economic Development Division
SUPERVISOR: Michele Wilson
RATE OF PAY:  $8.75/hour

The primary duty of this work study position is to assist the offices for Workforce & Economic Development. In this position, work study employees are responsible for basic office functions such as filing, copying, answering phones, checking mail, data entry, responding to emails, typing memos and basic written correspondence. In addition, he/she will also be asked to complete projects and support the Executive Director, and complete other duties as assigned.


·                  MUST be eligible for Financial Aid work study hours

·                  Strong customer service skills

·                  Good organizational skills

·                  Experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

·                  Self-motivated

·                  Ability to produce well written documents

·                  Professional in appearance and demeanor

·                  Work with confidential information with utmost integrity

Email Michele Wilson at with cover letter, résumé, and names/contact information for 2-3 references 

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Library-Student Assistant (2016-2017)

JOB TITLE: Student Assistant
SUPERVISOR:  Stephen Hupp
RATE OF PAY:  $8.75/hour

  • Staff circulation desk. 
    • Sign in and out cirulating and reserve materials to library patrons.
  • Answer telephone
  • Assist patrons with photocopiers and printers
  • MUST be eligible for Financial Aid work study hours
  • Hours are mainly in the evenings but the schedule will be worked out between the assistant and library staff
Email Stephen Hupp for more information about position.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tutoring Center-Tutor (2016-2017)

Skills Needed to Perform Job:  An “A” in Course and Faculty recommendation.  Good communication and interpersonal skills.  Must display a caring and compassionate attitude toward others students. Must be a WVU-P student.

Descriptions of Duties: 

·        Tutor subject/subjects recommended by faculty. 

·        Tutor group, individual, or drop-in sessions.

·        Attend tutor training meetings.

·        Tutor keeps daily notes of each tutoring sessions.  These records include attendance, progress of tutees, and content area tutored.

·        Tutor documents each group and each individual tutoring session on the lined Student Record paper. Notes are made of material covered, absences, and evaluation of tutees’ efforts and progress.

·        Keeps supervisor informed concerning any change in tutee’s status, such as a reassignment of a tutor or a class withdrawal.  Tutors inform supervisor when tutee needs removed from group session and given individual tutoring.

·        Tutor refers to Faculty Resource book to schedule appointments with individual faculty member when necessary.

·        Tutors may cancel a session, but they must notify supervisor before the absence in a timely manner.

·        At the end of each semester or when tutees discontinue tutoring services, tutors request that their tutees fill out an Exit Survey; the surveys are filled out in the Center to ensure that they are completed and returned.  The surveys serve as an evaluation of the tutor and Center’s services.

·        Tutors receive evaluations each semester. 


Monday, September 28, 2015

Center for Early Learning-Office Assistant (2016-2017)

Department/Divsion:  Center for Early Learning
Supervisor:  Angela Davis
Hours:  15-20 hours/week
Rate of Pay:  $8.75

Purpose of Student's Job:  Assist office staff with routine tasks and meal preparation.

Decscription of Duties:  Filing, data entry, assisting with registration, mailings, answering telephones and customer service, other duties as assigned

  • Computer skills
  • Basic customer service skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Must be able to obtain a Food Handlers Card
  • Must submit to a background check
Preferred Time to Perform Job:  Mornings and/or afternoons between 8a-4p, Monday-Friday.

To Apply:  Must be eligible to participate in the Federal Work Study Program.  If you are uncertain, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (304) 424-8210.

E-mail resume and cover letter to  Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.