Summary of Duties
- Provide assistance with Longhouse/Multicultural events and programs or other campus events as requested.
- Send emails and support marketing and outreach/communication for Longhouse events and Studium Generale events and programs.
- Perform a variety of clerical tasks such as creating forms, flyers, and posters using Microsoft Word, Publisher, and other formats
- Provide assistance with Longhouse Study Hall
- May serve as a resource for students to know to answer basic questions about the campus and its resources, particularly Multicultural
- Assist other areas as requested (Instruction, Student Services, etc.)
- Record minutes at Longhouse meetings and events
- Provide support during exhibit installations, and light housekeeping in Gallery and Great Room
- Serve as witness for events and classes
Minimum Qualifications / Required Skills:
- Strong personal and written communication skills
- Excellent attendance
- Responsible, self-directed, and respectful of confidentiality issues
- Working knowledge of Canvas and Zoom, in order to assist students with simple tasks such as: logging in, submitting assignments, checking grades, communicating through email and other means of communication
- Prefer keyboarding skills of at least 35 wpm
- Prefer experience with word processing and spreadsheet software
- Prefer knowledge of information access, research, and critical thinking
- Prefer interest in digital recording
- Prefer knowledge / familiarity with diverse populations, or strong interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion work
Approximate Hours Per Week:
up to 19 hours per week
Days and Hours Needed:
To be decided
Preferred Start Date:
Rate of Pay:
$15.50 / hour
Longhouse (House of Learning)
Sadie Crowe, Longhouse Steward
(360) 417-7992, email@example.com
Kate Reavey, PhD, Coordinator for Studium Generale
(360) 417-6268; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position.
In keeping with the College's Guiding Principles, we seek to achieve the following learning outcomes for all student work study employees (where applicable):
1. Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student worker will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and task prioritization, and understand how time management affects his or her job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs, along with appropriate record keeping skills.
2. Professionalism: Student worker will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, behavior, personal hygiene, and phone/email etiquette.
3. Customer Service: Student worker will be able to meet and exceed internal and external customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future or may need more information or clarification on in the present.
4. Teamwork/Collaboration: Student worker will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management at lowest level of resolution possible, and cooperation.
5. Communication Skills: Student worker will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience and the setting or type of meeting.
6. Work Ethic: Student worker will understand the value of a strong work ethic, honesty, integrity, observance of health and safety standards, and the impact those values have on success in the workplace.
7. Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Student worker will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, discern flaws in reasoning, and make decisions which are sound and timely.
8. Technology: Student worker will develop proficiency in common technology tools, including phone, email, online searches, Zoom or other online meeting platforms, Microsoft Office applications, and specific technology used in the student worker's job duties.
9. Upward Management Skills: Student worker will demonstrate competency on how to communicate needs, concerns, and requests to immediate supervisor and other managers.
10. Workplace Simulation Mastery: Student worker will learn how to receive and learn from feedback, importance of regular input to and from the supervisor, and the supervisor will perform genuine performance evaluations and exit interviews.