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The Women's Studies Program is seeking an energetic, high performing, dependable student assistant for a 20 hr/wk position. (More Links)
(Work Study Position)
This is a Federal Work Study Job. Please make sure you have been awarded a Federal Work Study before submitting your required documents listed below for this position. Contact Financial Aid to find out more about the Federal Work Study Program and your eligibility.
The Women’s Studies Program is looking to hire one (1) undergraduate or graduate student to assist with general office duties as assigned. Job begins as soon as possible.
Description/Duties: Responsible for, but not limited to the following activities: performs routine administrative
support or technical program assistance work. Works under moderate supervision with
limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Job duties include;
clerical, design and distribution of marketing materials, assist with coordinating
and implementing co-curricular activities. Other items as assigned.
Requirements/Qualifications: Excellent communication skills- ability to work well with staff, instructors, & students, both on phones & face-to-face; excellent computer skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook); personable; strong organizational skills; detail-oriented: and able to work as a team or be a self-starter on projects. Must be able to work 20 hours per week around class schedule. Ability to lift 10 lbs or more.
Preferred Qualifications: Some office experience preferred. Working knowledge of design programs such as Photoshop and Dreamweaver or Expression Web are preferred but not required.
Position Type: Federal Work Study
Location: On Campus (TTU)
Drivers License Required: No
Vehicle Required: No
Specific Hours: Flexible hours on MTWRF
Minimum of: 20 Hours Weekly
Compensation: $7.25 per hour
Open Date: Immediate
Note: This position is subject to budget approval.
Deadline for all support materials listed above Friday, October 11th 2013