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Monday, July 21, 2014


Department/Division:  Admissions Office
Purpose of Student's Job:  Assist office staff with routine tasks
Supervisor Michael Caplinger
                                                                                                                                                                                           Rate of Pay:  7.25 an Hour
Hours:  15-20 per week

Description of Duties: 

·                     Assisting with testing and registration events

·                     Answering telephone calls

·                     Scheduling appointments for placement testing

·                     Filing/Scanning Files to Image System

·                     Helping complete projects

·                     Making copies

·                     Assisting students who will call or walk into the office

·                     Other duties as assigned


·                     Strong customer service skills

·                     Good organizational skills

·                     Self-motivated

·                     Professional demeanor

·                     Good communication skills


Preferred Time to Perform Job: Mornings and/or afternoons 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Some Nights may be required.

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.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Accountant Internship Part time with the Bureau of Fiscal Service

Part-time internship possibility with the Bureau of Fiscal Service through the treasury internship program as an Accountant. See the link below for more details.

WCE Technical Programs (ATC Builiding) Work Study

Division: WCE
Supervisor:  Michele Wilson

Starting Date: 07/14/2014

Rate of Pay: $7.25 per hour
Hours: 15-20 hrs. per week

Time: 8 AM- 4 PM                                                                                                                                           

Days: M-F

Purpose: We are seeking an individual who is familiar with the tools and materials that are used within our programs offered in the Applied Technology Center (Welding, Industrial Maintenance, and Multicraft Technologies). The desired candidate would maintain a recorded inventory of tools and materials stored within our tool room and also be responsible for supplying students with those tools and materials on a daily basis to ensure the proper quantities are distributed and that tools are returned where they belong. Basic data entry skills would be preferred. Communication skills are also important.

Apply:  Applicant must be eligible for Federal Work Study Program. Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 304-424-8210.

Contact: Please refer to Jerry Rowley, Joe Hunt, or Chris Furr. 304-424-8339 304-424-8640 304-424-8294

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

WVUP Student Success Peer Coaches

Student Success Peer Coaches
Multiple positions are available to current WVU Parkersburg students.    Salary: $ 12.50/hour, not benefits eligible.  Hours available vary by semester:
Fall and Spring Semesters, 20 hours per week
Student Success Peer Coaches will work with all campus constituents and friends of the college and are expected to be involved and fully participate in all stages of the enrollment process that include: 1)  assisting with recruitment efforts; 2) forecasting needs and support through graduation activities;  and 3)  providing support for technical student academic groups.
Review of Applicants will begin on July 15, 2014 with a projected hiring date of August 4, 2014
Students Success Peer coaches are expected to:
·         Attend all training activities
·         Serve as WVU Parkersburg Ambassadors
·         Develop knowledge of institutional academic program offerings
·         Assist enrollment management with off campus recruiting efforts
·         Provide campus tours
·         Assist with Enrollment Management functions
·         Complete data entry in enrollment management software as directed
·         Contact prospective students via telephone and e-mail
·         Triage advising questions
·         Assist with new student orientation
·         Serve as Peer Coaches within assigned student cohorts
·         Conduct outreach to students
·         Train incoming Students Success Peer Coaches
·         A current WVU Parkersburg student in good academic standing.
·         Have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours of college level classes and a 3.0 cumulative GPA at WVU Parkersburg.
·         Student is computer literate in Microsoft Office Suite, the WVU Parkersburg online class system and Facebook

*To apply, please provide a cover letter, resume and 3 letters of recommendation from faculty or staff to Student Services, Room 1209, Main Building, Parkersburg.

Entry Level Oil & Gas Land Work:

Job Posting
Entry Level Oil & Gas Land Work:  LoneTree Energy & Associates, LLC is seeking 10-12 entry level candidates to work for an oil and gas land service organization in West Virginia.  The position will include work in the courthouse as an introduction to title review and curative and it will have the potential for exposure to oil & gas lease acquisitions.
We are considering both Full Time and summer candidates for these projects.

For interested candidates please contact Patti Koenig at 303-233-8700 ext. 107 or you can email your resume to

President's Office Work Study

Department/Division: President's Office
Purpose of Student's Job: Assist office staff with routine tasks
Supervisor: Tess Martin
Hours: 15-20 hours per week
Rate of Pay: $7.25 per hour
Beginning Date:  IMMEDIATELY

Description of Job Duties:

  • Preparing documents such as correspondence, forms (purchase requisitions, travel forms, vendors invoices, etc.), envelopes, labels and other documents processed in the President's Office
  • Using data entry programs for updating records, schedule entries, etc.
  • Filing of various types of documents
  • Faxing and printing documents
  • Processing documents to be mailed including at times large mailings or bulk mailings
  • Delivering documents or other items to various offices on campus (business office, library, Workforce and Community Education, Caperton Center, cafeteria, print shop, etc.)
  • Gathering supplies as needed for the President's Office from the bookstore, print shop, cafeteria, etc.
  • Answering the telephone and taking messages as directed
  • Other office duties as assigned or necessary

Skills Needed to Perform Job:

  • Typing skills of at least 50 wpm (essential)
  • Computer/Word processing skills (essential)
  • Data entry skills (helpful but not essential)
  • Accurate filing skills and overall general office duty skills (essential)
  • Good communication skills-oral and written (essential)
  • Knowledge of specific office equipment/programs-fax machine, copier, computers/printers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, Outlook email/calendar, etc. (helpful but not essential)

Office Standards:

  • Must be able to handle sensitive and/or confidential information with utmost professionalism (essential)
  • Appropriate office attire is expected (essential)

Preferred Time to Perform Job: Mornings and or afternoons between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, as student's class schedule will permit.

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.