|Wage||$8.15||Days||Mon - Fri|
|Hours a Week||20-Spring/30-Summer||Hours||8:30-4:30 Flexible - occ wknds|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||3/4/2014|
Office support for general office operations, and support for special events, including Brick City Homecoming and the $400,000+ Institute United Way Campaign. ***To apply: Please send your resume along with a list of your available working hours for the Spring and Summer Semesters to Michelle Lanphear at email@example.com. ***
• Basic Microsoft Office/computer skills (i.e. mail merges, making labels, tabs, table tents, letters, memos, spreadsheets, name tags, etc.). • General office including answering inbound telephone calls, making outbound telephone calls, copying, scanning, faxing, binding proposals, mailing, filing, word processing. • Data entry for proprietary databases, United Way Campaign and associated events databases (includes): o Exporting inputted data information into different document formats. o Compiling statistical data for reporting United Way Campaign results. • Preparation for distribution of event and campaign materials, which includes assembling event packet materials, name tags and proposals. • Staff support of special events (includes): o Create signs and posters for events. o Setting up, moving and tearing down event supplies (easels, signs, tables, chairs, phone/internet cords, sorting/folding/packing/un-packing t-shirts, plastic bins filled with event supplies). o Ability to lift, carry and transport supplies weighing up to 100 lbs. using own physical means or a rolling cart within the office or to various locations across campus. o Greet and assist event guests during events. Includes escorting them to the event locations, registration check in, hanging up coats. • Ability to drive a golf cart. • Re-organize the supply room to prepare for upcoming events. This involves climbing step stools, lifting and carrying supplies weighing up to 50 pounds. • Ability to work within the work spaces provided (student work area, cubicle filing area, storage room).
Computer skills required for use of Windows 7 and Office 7, database entry, including proficient use of Microsoft Word and Excel. Accounting/math and graphic design skills desirable. Attention to detail and completing tasks accurately. Good organizational and communication skills required. Ability to take direction quickly and to work in fast paced environment with changing priorities. NOTE: The position entails exposure to sensitive information and requires a level of confidentiality.
Neat and appropriate appearance in the office.
|To Apply Contact:||Michelle Lanphear|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Department||Government and Community Relations|
|Hours a Week||8-12||Hours||Flex- Must be available breaks|
|Start Date||ASAP||Post Date||2/27/2014|
General office work - assist senior staff assistant and financial assistant in various clerical functions. Ability to work during summer quarter greatly preferred.
Answer phone, take messages, interact with international students, data entry, filing, copying, and delivering documents on campus, assist in mass mailings, and design fliers.
Various other clerical functions as needed.
GPA of 3.0 or above, must work well with people. Good typing skills and PC experience. Excellent command of the English language.
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access) a plus. Experience with international students desired.
|To Apply Contact:||Karen Valentine|
|email@example.com||Department||English Language Center|