Title

Various Job Series

Office Operations

Definition:

Student positions in this series are designed to provide office and/or operational support within departments across campus and are assigned a variety of duties ranging from routine to advanced and/or specialized. These positions typically provide clerical, administrative and operational support, customer service, cashiering services, serve as tour guides, support the bookstore, mail room and post office, and library operations, serve as editor and may pick up delivery supplies, materials, and equipment.

Examples of specific tasks that may be assigned are:

  • Copying, sorting mail, filing, maintaining records, running errands, typing of letters, operating basic office machines, answering phones, scheduling appointments, general reception duties, customer service, and providing basic information.

  • Use personal computer, prepare word-processing assignments, data entry; record keeping, reviewing documents for completeness, research requiring the student to summarize information and editorial assistance.

  • Shelving of books, stock, and inventory work in retail sales operations, operating cash registers and monitoring flow of cash.

  • Dispense, arrange, and maintain equipment, supplies and materials.

  • Deliver and pick up supplies, parts, and equipment on campus.

  • Sort, process, and issue mail, wrap or open parcels, pick up, deliver, load and unload mail.

  • Provide tours or guided walks with groups of people to various locations, facilities, and explain their uses.

  • Maintaining records and general clerical work.

The distinctions between levels are based on the relative degree of difficulty, the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the job duties and the level of supervision provided. please refer to section 3 and the Student Employment Job Classification and Compensation Structure Guidelines to determine the appropriate level.

Maintenance and Event Operations

Maintenance and Events Operations Series Definition

Student positions in this series are designed to provide maintenance and event support within departments across campus and are assigned a variety of duties ranging from routine to advanced and/or specialized. These positions typically monitor facilities, provide security, and assistance with parking enforcement, provide manual labor in setting up for various events, work in the repair ship and the weight room, set up repair equipment, assist with lawn, athletic fields and facilities maintenance, assist with audio, lighting, staging and rigging in support of events and performances, serve as official for intramurals, care for equipment, and work in various labs on campus.

Examples of specific tasks that may be assigned are:

  • Control of access to buildings, check I.D.'s are serve as contact for security; ensure the general integrity of building security and provide access control during special events.

  • Patrol parking lots, residential halls, and athletic facilities, provide walking escorts to campus community members after dark; identify and report security and crime hazards to Public Safety officials; patrol on food, the main campus area; and conduct property checks on campus buildings.

  • Control parking lots during special events and conduct traffic flow to and from parking lots.

  • Officiate intramural group sport contests, organize participants and care for equipment.

  • Assist with set-up audio, lighting, staging and rigging.

  • Assist in maintaining grounds, roads, sidewalks, maintain lawns, athletic fields, garden shrub beds and nature trails.

  • Perform janitorial duties, sweep, dust, remove trash, wash window,s clean carpets, and restock supplies.

  • Shovel snow and assist with construction and/or maintenance of facilities and equipment; operate standard motor vehicles and transport people and goods to specific locations.

  • Set up, operate, and maintain staging, audio power and lighting equipment for campus events.

Technical Services

Technical Services Series Definition

Student Positions in this series are designed to provide technical support within departments across campus and are assigned a variety of duties ranging from routine to advanced and/or specialized. These positions typically provide technical services, perform, videotaping and photography, multimedia design, repair and test systems, equipment and technical devises, install hardware, and software and provide instruction on the use of various technology support on the College campus.

Examples of specific tasks may be assigned are:

  • Assist with installing hardware and software and provide instruction on the use of various programs and systems.

  • Service computing equipment and associated devices and diagnose system problems. Perform hardware maintenance and periodic testing of computing terminals and other hardware components.

  • Operate and maintain computer equipment such as desktops, laptops, printers, scanners and College supported software.

  • Monitor and maintain computer labs and provide assistance with the installing system software and hardware utilized within the lab.

  • Provide training and instruction on the use of various hardware and software

  • Operate videotaping equipment and provide video for activities and events.

  • Serve as student photographer and attend events and provide photo’s for publications and events.

  • Design and create web s

  • Teaching Assistants (TA’s)

Dining Services

Dining Services Series Definition

Student positions in this series are designed to provide support within the dining services areas to include dining halls, café’s, catering services, and coffee shops. These positions typically include waiters/waitresses, food servers, dishwashers, cook's assistants, and bartenders.

Examples of specific tasks that may be assigned are:

  • Working within the dining hall prepare and serve food, replenish food lines, restock salad bar, silverware, beverages, and trays.

  • Prepare sandwiches, wraps and salads to order.

  • Operate dishwasher and ensure proper cleaning of dishes, pots, pans, glass ware, silverware, cooking utensils, baking pans and other food service equipment; clear tables.

  • Stock and replenish supplies.

  • Provide assistance to the Cook in the preparation of meals.

  • Serve as hostess, waiter/waitress or food server in support of catering services at on campus venues.

  • Assist with food preparation to include washing, cutting chopping, and plating of fruits, vegetables, and deserts.

The distinctions between levels are based on the relative degree of difficulty, the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the job duties and the level of supervision provided. Please refer to section 3 of the Student Employment Job Classification and Compensation Structure Guidelines s to determine the appropriate level.