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Tuesday April 22, 2014. 3:00pm-7:00pm- OCNR Lobby

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Work Study Jobs of the Week (Updated 04/15/14)

  
ALL POSITIONS BELOW ARE SECURITY SENSITIVE POSITIONS. EMPLOYMENT IS CONTINGENT UPON A SUCCESSFUL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION
 
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Career Services is dedicated to maintaining equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and following affirmative action principles.

To this end, employers posting positions with us must commit to recruiting, interviewing and hiring individuals without regard to race, color, national origin religion age, gender sexual orientation, veteran status or disability and provide reasonable accommodations upon request.  

JOB ID#
SALARY
JOB DESCRIPTION
9818NWS $8.50

Coordinate the layout design for the Student Handbook

Assist with editing and proofreading  

Assist in contacting various campus departments to update information in the handbook

Inputting student events dates in a web base system

Adhere to regular deadline submissions set by the supervisor

Communicate regularly with supervisor

13123NWS $9.00

Academic insight mentors can earn up to 20 hours a week and work directly with fifty to one hundred academically at-risk students by contacting them through phone calls, email, group presentations and in face-to-face sessions. Mentors will also communicate with professors to ensure that at risk students are successful. 

13375NWS  $15.00

Teach assigned class; set-up/store equipment needed for class; promote Fitness/Wellness classes to campus community; complete records as needed; keep supervisor apprised of safety/equipment/maintenance/customer concerns; assist in training new instructors; stay current on industry trends; use recommended instructional techniques from recognized professional associations; maintain positive customer service relations with patrons.  Students that hold a certification with a nationally recognized organization will be given priority in hiring. Each year certification workshops are held on campus and are open to TAMU-CC students at a reduced cost.  

14548NWS $7.25

Officials in each sport go through a paid training program. Training occurs over a two-week period before play begins and includes classroom sessions along with on-site clinics. In the classroom, sports rules and officiating techniques are discussed and reviewed. The clinics consist of veteran officials demonstrating proper court/field coverage and scrimmage games. In addition, the Intramural Official position is the first step towards becoming an Intramural Supervisor.

14763NWS $10.00

This individual will be responsible for: 

1. Working with Microsoft Access database, or comparable software, to assist with an equipment lending library 

2. Oversee updates on all equipment

3. Provide general technology assistance to all staff members 

4. Run reports on student data and track progress of technology applications utilized by the program

5. Ensure proper storage and safe keeping for the following items: 

 - textbooks

 - laptops (Dells and Macs) 

 - Qwizdom clickers

 - ipads 

 - Mobiview tablets

 - calculators 

6. Provide friendly service to students, faculty, and staff associated with the SOAR Program.

14839WS $7.25

-Assist in front desk coverage
-Provide administrative support to the academic advisors
-Connect students to TAMUCC resources (provide information/referrals on available campus services)
-Support and participate in events, activities and programs aimed at assisting students
-Assist students with registration
-Provide mentoring in areas such as time management, stress management, study skills, procrastination, reading skills, note taking, etc.

14986WS $8.00

Assist Purchasing staff with answering phones, running errands, making copies, posting documents to Laserfiche, filing, and any other duties as assigned.

15100NWS $7.50

Prepare the meeting rooms by setting up tables, chairs, audio-visual equipment, staging etc. OCPs also sweep, pick up litter, vacuum, clean tables in the Commons dining areas, straighten up the lounges and make rounds throughout the entire building. OCPs work with the Student Manager to prepare meeting rooms scheduled for events.  OCPs also staff the Information Desk.  They answer questions about campus directions, activities, university services/offices and general university knowledge such as registration dates, phone numbers, etc. 

15372WS $7.25

Assist staff with any duties assigned and help students with job referrals and career information.  General office duties include making copies, faxing, answering phones/taking messages and general data entry. Provide general receptionist duties.  Provide customer service.     Need to upkeep jobs in our database, internships, career library.  

15479NWS $7.50

Write two 500+ word stories a week about a relevant campus issue or event, relating to the Sports section.

15482NWS $7.50

Write two 500+ word stories a week about a relevant campus issue or event, relating to the Features section.

15483NWS $7.50

Take photograph assignments and provide cutlines weekly.

15496WS $7.25

This position is with the Office of Institutional Advancement. It involves biographical updates for University donors and prospects, data entry, making daily monetary deposits at the Business Office, filing, making copies, and other various duties assigned by the supervisor. We need someone who pays very close attention to detail. 

15525NWS $7.25

Participate in pre-camp staff training. Become familiar with and implement camp policies, procedures, and philosophy as stated in the IRC Summer Camp Staff Manual, and learn the role of the camp counselor.

BE ON TIME for all on duty shifts and meetings. This is a sign of respect for the people you are working with. Provide appropriate supervision and instruction to each camper in all settings and activities. Let an Camp Coordinator know if you need assistance with supervision. PARTICIPATE in all activities with your camper. Encourage and facilitate your campers' participation in all activities by implementing appropriate strategies, such as visual structure and reinforcements.

15577NWS $7.75

Layout Assistant are responsible for designing at least 3 pages per issue. Layout days are Sunday (12 p.m. to 6 p.m.) and Monday (Deadline at 9 p.m.) Layout Assistant are responsible for communicating and planning the layout of the paper with the Layout Editor and Editor-in-Chief. 

15705WS $7.25

Office assistant in the Deans office.  Duties will consist of filing, answering phones, running errands, typing,helping prepare for functions. 

15720NWS $8.00

Must be available Spring, Summer and Fall. Maintains constant surveillance of patrons in the facility; acts immediately and appropriately to secure safety of patrons in the event of emergency. Provides emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services. Presents professional appearance and attitude at all times, and maintains a high standard of customer service. Performs various maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility. Prepares and maintains appropriate activity reports. 

15744WS $7.25

We are looking for gallery assistants for on and off campus Art Galleries.  The assistants will open and close the gallery as well as be available to answer questions from visitors.  The gallery assistants will help with installation of exhibitions using standard art exhibition techniques that will be taught to the student by the Gallery Director as well as the graduate gallery assistants. 

15830NWS $300.00

Assist with the marketing and promotion of UCSA Leads programming through flyer distribution, tabling events and social media.

15872WS $8.00

General office duties (filing, data entry, scanning paperwork into the computer, organizing documention and other duties as assigned)

15890NWS $10.00

Looking for a self-starting, motivated student worker to join the Provost office and assist the staff with administrative duties. Computer literacy preferred, extensive filing, mail sorting, excellent telephone skills, ability to communicate effectively and courteously with directors, VPs, faculty, staff and public. Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.  Applicant needs to be highly organized. They must have strong reporting and writing skills, and must respect the confidentiality of faculty and student records. 

15910NWS $8.25

The ICA President serves as the executive of the Islander Cultural Alliance (ICA).  The President is responsible for the development of a comprehensive schedule of multicultural events on campus and the daily operations of ICA.

Programming responsibilities for the ICA President include serving as the chair of the Culture Fest and Tunnel of Oppression event committees, as well as providing planning or programming support to events planned by vice-presidents.

15912NWS $8.00

The Vice President of Membership will collaborate with the ICA President and report the the advisor of ICA.

While serving as a member, this VP is responsible for recruitment and retention of members; maintains a database of members; and issues communication about events and meetings.

VP of Membership also chairs committees for program planning and execution of ICA events throughout the year.

15913NWS $8.00

The Vice President of Public Relations will collaborate with the ICA President and report to the ICA advisor.

While serving as a member, this VP is responsible for designing and implementing promotional plans; encouraging awareness of and attendance at ICA meetings and events; ensuring the quality of the ICA webpage; and is responsible for promoting ICA as an organization.

VP of Public Relations also chairs committees for program planning and execution of ICA events throughout the year.

15916NWS $8.00

The Vice President of Community Engagement collaborate with the ICA President and report the advisor of ICA.

While serving as a member, this VP is responsible for reaching out to student organizations and campus departments for the purposes of collaborative programming. The VP will also spearhead passive education campaigns for ICA.

VP of Community Engagement also chairs committees for program planning and execution of ICA events throughout the year.

15933WS $7.25

General office duties (filing, data entry, scanning paperwork into the computer, organizing documentation and other duties as assigned)

15963NWS $7.75

Math Tutor= 3.0 GPA or higher, previously taken Calculus I and II AT TAMU-CC, and be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student.  Wage:  Under grad wage $7.75  Grad $9.00

Chemistry Tutor= 3.0 GPA or higher, previously taken Chemistry at TAMU-CC, and be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student.  Wage:  under grad $7.75  grad $9.00

15986

15989WS $7.50

Assist the department in through engaging alumni, donors and community members through events, e-mails, the social media and face-to-face contact. Also assist with sales in and out of the office to alumni, students and others. Other duties include  typing, filing, website updates, and answering phone calls.  Occasional weekend and evenings required with plenty advanced notice.

16026WS $8.50

Student will provide academic support and assist with research (up to 15 hours a week).

Proficient in Intermediate accounting. Will be required to tutor students as and when needed. Also proficient in Microsoft Access, Excel, SAS, and Blackboard. Experience in working with databases including merging databases. Accounting student preferred.

16039NWS $10.00

Working with middle and high school age youth on field trips including kayaking, fishing, beach, and other environmental education activities.

16044NWS $8.50

The Office of Marketing and Communications seeks qualified student applicants to design, create, deploy and maintain content for the University's main web presence. Preference will be given to students who have work study, but it is not required.

CAS

The Department of Career Services utilizes the CAS Standards to create, assess, and improve our services.
NACE

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers. We adhere to the guidelines outlined by NACE.

Maintains website, making updates, uploading new information, fixing link issues in a timely manner.

Works closely with professional staff to ensure prompt and timely web changes to individual areas.

Assist with providing information to various campus groups.

Coordinates/Assist with informational tables at the University Center.

Sound knowledge/skills in marketing related software.

Works closely with professional staff to ensure prompt and timely information posted to departmental social media sites.

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