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Department: Academic Technologies

Position: 24-Hr Lab Proctor - Taubman

Hours Per Week: 10

Summary: The Proctor is responsible for keeping the computer labs at the Taubman campus clean and printers filled with paper/toner. The Proctor also provides basic onsite technical support for students, faculty and staff in computer labs and classroom settings.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Qualifications:

Requirements:

  1. Must be eligible through Financial Aid.
  2. Student Employment Authorization-to-Hire Form

Application Instructions: Please email mpeck@collegeforcreativestudies.edu for a job application along with a letter of interest/resume. This is a position for the Fall 2019 semester.

posted 2019.04.11


Department: Academic Technologies

Position: Imaging Center Technician - Level 1

Hours Per Week: 12

Summary: The Imaging Center Tech is responsible for the daily operation of the Imaging Center, which includes copying, scanning, digital printing, and binding. This position also consists of the usage of laser and various large format printers. In addition, the Imaging Center Level 1 Tech is responsible for assistance with the maintenance of the 24-hour lab printers.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Qualifications:

Requirements:

  1. Must be eligible through Financial Aid.
  2. Sophomore or Junior Level Status Preferred
  3. Student Employment Authorization-to-Hire Form

Application Instructions: Please email mpeck@collegeforcreativestudies.edu for a job application along with a letter of interest/resume. This is a position for the Fall 2019 semester.

posted 2019.04.11


Department: Academic Facilities

Position: Work-study Technician

Summary of Position: Work-study†will take an active role in assisting the manager and supervisory technicians with the daily operations of the shop. They will help assist students, faculty, and staff in the safe and effective use of Metal shop and Foundry tools and machinery. Technicians will be scheduled a†work†load that is considerate of their class load with a maximum of 20 hours per week.

Duties & Responsibilities: Must be self-motivated, punctual and reliable. Lead by example by following and enforcing shop safety procedures. Assist in the maintaining of tools and equipment. Service the needs of students, faculty, and staff using the facility. Maintain a clean and orderly shop. Perform additional duties as required.

Qualifications:
3.0 Or better passing grade in DFN 116 Design Techniques. Knowledge of metal shop tools, processes, machinery, and safety. Strong organizational skills required and the ability to follow directions. Able to†work†effectively with a diverse student and faculty population. Good interpersonal skills including patience and the ability to help others. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively. Ability to†work†a flexible schedule to occasionally cover unfilled shifts and extended periods at the end of the†semester.

Requirements:

  1. Must be registered for classes
  2. Student Employment Authorization to Hire form
  3. 3.0 or better passing grade in DFN 116 Design Techniques.
  4. Knowledge of metal shop tools, processes, machinery and safety.

Hours per Week: 7 hour shifts / up to 20 hours per week.

Application Instructions:† Interested and qualified applicants please email Nikki Barbour to set up an appointment. Please include a copy of your current course schedule, contact information, and resume if available.

posted 2018.08.28 *permanent posting