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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Center for Student Support Services-Office Assistant


Department/Division: Center for Student Support Services- Room 1019

Supervisor: Kurt Klettner/Pam Clevenger

Purpose of Student's Job: You will report to Ms. Pam Clevenger and assist all office staff with general office duties for Disability/Counseling and in the Accessibility Test Center.

Preferred Time to Perform Job: Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Monday through Friday

Pay: $8.75 an Hour

Hours: 15-20 per week

Description of Duties:

 
·        Answer telephone and take messages as directed

·        Schedule office appointments on computer

·        Schedule rooms for the Accessibility Test Center (ATC)

·        Assist with proctoring of exams for accommodated testing

·        Assist with adaptive equipment in the  ATC & receiving or delivering exams for faculty

·        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

·        Will go through HIPPA certification

·        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)

Qualifications:

  • 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 – Time management (essential)
  • Strong Math and computer skills

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 pam.clevenger@wvup.edu. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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)

Qualifications:

  • 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 tess.martin@wvup.edu. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

SEA-Coordinator of Education and Community


SEA-Coordinator of Education and Community

This position will be the contact and responsible for planning, advertising, and executing all aspects of education and student engagement. These activities include, but are not limited to: philanthropy, mental health awareness, etc.

Requirements of working well within a group and independently, be able to take direction, and have a desire to engage with others.
A resume and cover letter is required. You will be contacted through your student email account for an interview. If you are a successful candidate, you may receive a tuition waiver up to $500 for a future semester; this relates to a commitment of four (4) hours per week for the semester at $8.75 per hour.  

Applications received by Friday, April 7, 2017 are given priority.

Please direct any questions to Michelle Nabers at mnabers@wvup.edu.
 

SEA-Coordinator of Refreshments and Catering


SEA-Coordinator of Refreshments and Catering

This position will be the contact and responsible for planning, advertising, and executing all aspects of food for student engagement. These activities include, but are not limited to: cookouts, food aspects of events, etc.

Requirements of working well within a group and independently, be able to take direction, and have a desire to engage with others. You may be required to have or obtain a food handler’s card.

A resume and cover letter is required. You will be contacted through your student email account for an interview. If you are a successful candidate, you may receive a tuition waiver up to $500 for a future semester; this relates to a commitment of four (4) hours per week for the semester at $8.75 per hour.  

Applications received by Friday, April 7, 2017 are given priority.

Please direct any questions to Michelle Nabers at mnabers@wvup.edu.


SEA-Coordinator of Intramurals and Competitions


SEA-Coordinator of Intramurals and Competitions
 

This position will be the contact and responsible for planning, advertising, and executing all aspects of intramurals for student engagement. These activities include, but are not limited to: video game competitions, intramural activities, etc.

Requirements of working well within a group and independently, be able to take direction, and have a desire to engage with others.
 
A resume and cover letter is required. You will be contacted through your student email account for an interview. If you are a successful candidate, you may receive a tuition waiver up to $500 for a future semester; this relates to a commitment of four (4) hours per week for the semester at $8.75 per hour.  

Applications received by Friday, April 7, 2017 are given priority.

Please direct any questions to Michelle Nabers at mnabers@wvup.edu.
 

SEA-Coordinator of Entertainment


SEA-Coordinator of Entertainment

This position will be the contact and responsible for planning, advertising, and executing all aspects of entertainment for student engagement. These activities include, but are not limited to: movies, concerts, gameshows, etc.
Requirements of working well within a group and independently, be able to take direction, and have a desire to engage with others.
 
A resume and cover letter is required. You will be contacted through your student email account for an interview. If you are a successful candidate, you may receive a tuition waiver up to $500 for a future semester; this relates to a commitment of four (4) hours per week for the semester at $8.75 per hour.  

Applications received by Friday, April, 7, 2017 are given priority.

Please direct any questions to Michelle Nabers at mnabers@wvup.edu.
 

SEA-Student Executive Director


SEA-Student Executive Director

This position will be the contact for all student engagement and activities, and act as the leader of the SEA organization. Responsibilities include:

    • working with a diverse student body, staff, and faculty members
    • setting agendas for each meeting
    • be available for SEA and SGA meetings

Requirements of working well within a group and independently, be able to take direction, and have a desire to engage with others.

A resume and cover letter is required. You will be contacted through your student email account for an interview. If you are a successful candidate, you may receive a tuition waiver up to $500 for a future semester; this relates to a commitment of four (4) hours per week for the semester at $8.75 per hour.  

Applications received by Friday, April 7, 2017 are given priority.

Please direct any questions to Michelle Nabers at mnabers@wvup.edu.