Work Study Job Listings

Work Study Job Listings

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Tutoring CenterBrainerdDuffTeriby appointment 218-855-2651Peer tutorThese positions exist to assist students in a variety of areas such as English, Math, Science, etc. Tutoring may be in an online environment with minimal in-person tutoring possible with safety precautions in place. Duties include: tutoring in specified courses for which you have received a teacher recommendation for and for which you meet other specified guidelines which will be discussed at time of interview. Tutors are also required to keep accurate tutoring records and complete specified mandatory trainings after hire.up to 15
Biology/ChemistryBrainerdLaDoucerTeresa855-8065 call for appointment1Biology Student Lab AssistantAssist the Biology Department in keeping the labs in good working order. Duties include lab clean up and set up, inventory, washing of glassware, preparation of solutions, cleaning microscopes, and assisting college lab assisitant in the performance of their duties.
Veterans CenterBrainerdHarshaTheresa855-8279 by appointment1Veterans Center Work-studyWorker must be personable, willing to greet and help visitors and/or refer them tio appropriate resources. Must use proper phone etiquette and be organized. Worker will need to organize/straighten Veterans Resource Center(VRC) and/or clean as needed, make sure supplies are stocked, clean tables and appliances, make coffee and other various small tasks, to help upkeep the VRC. Worker will also need to monitor visitors to ensure they are signing in. Worker will need to familiarize themselves with veterans benefit information provided in the VRC. Worker must be able to navigate themselves with computer applications, specifically familiar and fairly comfortable using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Power Point. Worker must also be able to work in a semi fast-paced environment when needed such as navigating around the college to help students and/or placing flyers up within the college. Worker will assist with various tasks for the Higher Education Veterans programs, the VRC advisor, and the VRC family coordinator.Flexible
WeldingBrainerdOttoDavid855-8086, by appointment1Welding Helper, Cleaning PersonCleaning shop and offices, and other misc. duties. One student for these positions must not be in welding program and will preferrably have computer skills.
BookstoreBrainerdAsherCarrie218-855-82481Bookstore work studyCashier experience preferred. Must have good attention to detail and be able to file alphabetically and numerically.flexible
SecurityBrainerdLarsonJoyby appointment (218)-270-0166, joy.larson@clcmn.edu1Security OfficerPosition Goals: Security Officers at Central Lakes College are responsible for ensuring the overall safety and wellbeing of all members of the Central Lakes College community as well as maintaining the physical security of all members of the Central Lakes College campus community and maintaining the physical security of buildings, and properties of Central Lakes College. Responsibilities: The duties of the Security Officer include but are not limited to the following activities: proactive foot patrol of all Central Lakes College property for suspicious activity, reporting policy and code of conduct violations, reporting violations of local and state, and federal laws to local law enforcement officials, parking enforcement of all parking areas on campus, building checks, escort services, as well as a timely response to all calls for service within the Central Lakes College campus community. Expectations: Security Officers must possess the ability to remain calm and observant throughout a wide array of situations, have strong interpersonal communication skills, work well with a wide variety of clientele, and be able to handle all situations with courtesy and professionalism. We will work with your class schedule, and any other college associated extra-curricular activities. We will provide you with a uniform and appropriate training. Must be approved through Criminal Justice program MMPI and background check. Must be approved to operate a motor Vehicle Use agreement (upon hire).up tp 20 hours/week
Meta 5 DHPBrainerdPilgrimKim855-8010 by appointment1Office AssistantAnswer phone, filing, data entry- computer skills, writing-editing newsletter, understanding of DH desirable, confidentiality required.Flexible
LibraryBrainerdDuffTeriby appointment 218-855-82651Library workersThis person will be responsible for providing coverage at the Library Circulation Desk and/or the Learning Commons Desk. Checking out books, Shelf Reading, Some cleaning and other taska assigned by the Library Staff will be expected. Students who work in this area need to remember this is a Library and courteous/professional behavior is expected at all times. If you are interested in working in a quiet, easy-going atmostphere then please inquire right away as these positions do tend to fill quickly. MUST BE WORK STUDY ELIGIBLE TO WORK IN THIS AREA.up to 15
maintenanceBrainerdDavisCynthiaby appointment 320-874-02071Maintenance work studyAssist maintenance workers. Duties include vacuuming, sweeping of halls, dusting, assisting with occasional set-ups.flexible between 2-10 PM
Computer TechnologyBrainerdSeelenDaneRoom W218 - time TBD w/candidates1Computer Lab AssistantThe Computer Lab Assistant will help with maintaining, organizng, and repairing existing computer lab computers, hardware, and other equipment. This will include hardware repair, maintenance, reimaging, inventory, and other IT related tasks. Candidates will be expected to be familiar with basic computer hardware, hardware, software, and other IT tasks. Students interested in this position should please email Dane Seelen at dane.seelen@clcmn.edu, please include Computer Department Work Study as the subject and attach your resume and weekly availability.5-8 hours/week
Weight RoomBrainerdHeppnerErichby appointment, erich.heppner@clcmn.edu1Work Study Student EmployeePosition Goals: Weight Room Work Study Student Employees at Central Lakes College are responsible for ensuring the overall safety and well-being of all members of the CLC campus community as well as maintaining the physical security of the Weight Room (C100). This is accomplished by providing a total-quality enviornment to the college community through state-of-the-art service. Responsibilities: The duties of the work study student employee include, but are not limited to the following activities: report any suspicious activity in the weight room, reporting policy and code of conduct violations, supervise all persons using the weight roo, (spotting), wipe off all machines/equipment after each use, secure the weight room when shift is complete. Work Study Employees are responsible to: arrive fifteen minutes prior to shift to open the weight room and get it ready to use, contact security to have the weight room opened, check out equipment at the beginning of each shift to make sure it is in working order and not going to hurt someone, review all written communication from the weight room supervisor daily, maintain awareness and knowledge of all policies and procedures of Central Lakes College, verify those utilizing the weight roomare current CLC students, staff or faculty members, assist (spot) those needing assistance with weight lifting activities, stay in the weight room at all times, keep abreast of all events occurring on campus while on duty, maintain an appropriate appearance at all times, make sure the equipment is cleaned and the weight room is secured at the end of each shift, conduct functions check of all equipment on a weekly basis and report any malfunctions to the weight room supervisor. Expectations: Weight room Work Study Employees must possess the ability to remain calm and observant throughout a wide array of situations, have strong interpersonal communication skills, work well with a wide variety of different clientele, and be able to handle all situations with courtesy and professionalism. Evaluation: All weight room work study employees will be given a verbal performance review on a semester basis. The supervisor will provide this review as needed. All new employees will be on a one semester probationary period. Employment after this one semester is conditional upon satisfactory completion of the semester probation period as well as satisfactory evaluations by the supervisor. The supervisor has final decisions in all matters.15 hrs/week
Open Educational Resources) OERBrainerdLarsonLoriBethby appointment, loribeth.larsen@clcmn.edu, 218-855-82372OER SpecialistAn OER Specialist is a person who creates and compiles OER materials. Under the general supervision of the OER Faculty Lead, the Student OER Specialist will assist CLC instructors in creating Open Educational Resources. This work includes three weeks of paid training. The Student OER Specialist will support the adoption and creation of open and affordable course content. The Specialist provides guidance and compliance assistance on copyright and fair use issues related to OER, as well as copyright use in classroom teaching and technology, online courses, published materials and other mediums. The specialist participates in outreach activities to promote open access scholarly dissemination, provides expert guidance to faculty wishing to pursue open access avenues for course development, and will consult and advise on intellectual property issues and copyright generally in the publishing process. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Actively participates in three weeks of paid training. Meets with faculty to determine course objective, faculty vision, and student needs. Researches and examines existing open resources Identifies the key resources needed Meets with faculty to evaluate resources Builds and complies resources under faculty guidance. Reviews materials for quality and accessibility. Formats materials (D2L shell, Pressbooks, MS Word, etc.) Publish completed OER materials. Required Qualifications: Strong computer skills in desktop and web-based applications including: Strong analytical and organizational skills; Strong written, presentation and oral communication skills; Strong creative and critical thinking skills; Demonstrated experience working with a team; Demonstrated ability to set and adjust priorities and work flow in a dynamic and changing environment and accept new challenges to realize goals with a focus on time management; Ability to present effectively to a variety of audiences; Demonstrated ability to work creatively, collaboratively, and effectively both as a team member and independently and to promote teamwork among colleagues; Ability to learn new skills quickly.up to 15 hours/week
Student LifeBrainerdHeppnerErichby appointment, erich.heppner@clcmn.edu1Student Life ArtistHelp market Student Life Department events by creating artistic announcements and event updates on marker boards, banners, and chalkboards.Up to 15 hours a week.
Student LifeBrainerdHeppnerErichby appointment, erich.heppner@clcmn.edu or (952)-807-32791Student Life/Food Pantry Work StudyStudent Life work study students oversee and maintain the Brainerd Student Life Center and CLC Food Pantry. Work study students will answer phones, serve as a resource to students, check out games, keep the Student Lfie Center and CLC Food Pantry clean and stocked, and help with student activities. Work study students are expected to be self-motivated, friendly, and hard-working.10-15 hours/week
Student LifeBrainerdHeppnerErichby appointment, erich.heppner@clcmn.edu or (952)-807-32791Multicultural Center work-studyThe Multicultrual Center work study students oversee and maintain the Brainerd Campus Multicultural Center. Work study students service as a resource to students, keep the MCC clean and organized, and help with MCC events and activities. Work study students are expected to be self-motivated, friendly, and hard working. Work study students will need to be willing and equipped to create an environment that celebrates diversity and is inclusionary of all students. They will also need to work hard to promote dialogue and interaction among individuals from different backgrounds.10-15 hours/week
CLC FoundationBrainerdMatter-HinesAmy2185-855-8135 or amy.matter-hines@clcmn.edu1Graduate Follow-Up EnquirerThese positions exist to assist with contacting grauduates via telelphone and/or email to request continuing education and work status updates.flexible between 10 AM - 8 PM
AD Nursing/Nursing Assistant ProgramsBrainerdChockJenniferTBD1Nursing Work StudyThe Nursing Work Study candidate would assist with washing, drying, folding, and putting laundry away in designated linen carts. In between laundry loads, we have various organizational and stocking tasks within the nursing labs. Additional tasks may include helping to set up Nursing labs for specific class needs.Varied days and hours. Can be somewhat flexible if working around another position.
Earth SciencesBrainerd, E303KolodziejRobbby appointment, robb.kolodziej@clcmn.edu or at 218-855-82681Work Study: Astronomy Lab PrepWork study will assist in: preparing labs, cleaning telescopes, calibrating telescopes, maintaining telescopes, organizing lab and storage space within the Earth Sciences Department.4-6 hours per week
TheatreBrainerd, occasionally off campusMarsolekGeorgeBy appointment 218-855-82041Theatre Production AssistantThis is a physical workstudy position. You will be bending , carrying, standing, lifting, reaching, sitting, crouching, and moving. PRODUCTION WORK STUDY INCLUDES AND IS NOT LIMITED TO: working with power tools, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, hanging instruments, organizing, building sets/scenery, prop building, working with sound components, costuming, and additional job duties as assigned. You will be trained in the above job duties. No loose fitting clothing, jewelry, etc.Varied, Mon - Fri, day and evening, with occasional Saturdays.
Customized Training/EMTSBrainerd/EMTS Campus - 7771 College Rd.BudrowEric855-82431Fire/EMS Program AssistantWork and learn about Emergency Medical Services and Fire Sciences. Job duties include: helping to setup classroom, lab, and scenarios. Tear down and clean up of training areas. Assist with command and control of training scenarios. No experience necessary - will train.Flexible. Up to 15 hours per week.
(Off Campus - Community Service)off campus, BrainerdWeberAlexisby appointment/Washington Educational Services Building (WESB) - 804 Oak St. Brainerd, MN1Work Study Child Care Program AssistantThe primary purpose of this position is to provide students with a safe, fun, and enriching out of school time experience. This position will be located in rooms with students at Washington Educational Services Building, Baxter Elementary, or Nisswa Elementary and will be regularly interact with the Child Care Coordinator, Site Supervisors, district and program staff, public, parents/guardians of participating children, and children participating in programs. This is not intended to be all inclusive, other duties and responsibilities from time to time should be taken and carried out as part of your job duties and description in a positive supportive manner. Essential Functions: -Maintain a safe, healthy, clean, and inviting environment for children. -Assist students in participating in fire, tornado, and other safety drills as required. -Develop an environment and daily schedule that allows children to assume responsibility for successful peer interactions and choices while meeting the interests and developmental needs of each child. -Participate in monthly professional development trainings. -Submit files, records, documentation, and reports in accordance with program requirements. -Maintain open communication with the Child Care Coordinator and Site Supervisors. -Other duties as assigned by the Site Supervisor. Physical Requirements: Position is regularly required to sit, stand, stoop, kneel, crouch, walk up and down stairs while moving throughout the building. Position requries occasional lifting and physical intervention with students. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Qualifications: -Age: Must be at least 16 years old. -At least one year of experience caring for children, preferred. -Follow policies on confidentiality and mandated reporting. -Abilitiy to mediate, problem solve, and redirect students in a positive way: motivate, support, serve as a positive role model and be energetic, creative, active, and friendly. -Current CPR, First Aid, and Concussion training or ability to obtain and maintain. Compensation is $14 per hour. Benefits: -Employees of the Fun & Friends childcare program are eligible for free before and after school care for their school age children. -Free YMCA membership.
Buildings and GroundsStaplesReeseJohn894-51001Building and Ground Grounds MaintenanceMowing, yard work, outside cleaning, snow removal, shoveling and sweeping, skid loader work, building maintenance inside and outside. Must complete safety training.AMs, some PMs
Buildings & GroundsStaplesReeseJohnby appointment 218-894-51001Building and Grounds MaintenanceMowing, yard work, outside cleaning, snow removal, shoveling and sweeping, skid loader work, building maintenance inside and outside. Must complete safety training.AMs, some PMs
Nursing and Medical Assistant ProgramStaplesVerdonDawn894-51371Nursing and Medical Assistant Faculty work-studyAssist Nursing and Medical Assistant faculty with copying, filing, typing, and other general office duties. Cannot be a current PN, AD nursing student or Medical Assistant student.15 hours per week
Weight RoomStaplesHeppnerErichby appointment, erich.heppner@clcmn.edu1Work Study Student EmployeePosition Goals: Weight Room Work Study Student Employees at Central Lakes College are responsible for ensuring the overall safety and well-being of all members of the CLC campus community as well as maintaining the physical security of the Weight Room (C100). This is accomplished by providing a total-quality enviornment to the college community through state-of-the-art service. Responsibilities: The duties of the work study student employee include, but are not limited to the following activities: report any suspicious activity in the weight room, reporting policy and code of conduct violations, supervise all persons using the weight roo, (spotting), wipe off all machines/equipment after each use, secure the weight room when shift is complete. Work Study Employees are responsible to: arrive fifteen minutes prior to shift to open the weight room and get it ready to use, contact security to have the weight room opened, check out equipment at the beginning of each shift to make sure it is in working order and not going to hurt someone, review all written communication from the weight room supervisor daily, maintain awareness and knowledge of all policies and procedures of Central Lakes College, verify those utilizing the weight roomare current CLC students, staff or faculty members, assist (spot) those needing assistance with weight lifting activities, stay in the weight room at all times, keep abreast of all events occurring on campus while on duty, maintain an appropriate appearance at all times, make sure the equipment is cleaned and the weight room is secured at the end of each shift, conduct functions check of all equipment on a weekly basis and report any malfunctions to the weight room supervisor. Expectations: Weight room Work Study Employees must possess the ability to remain calm and observant throughout a wide array of situations, have strong interpersonal communication skills, work well with a wide variety of different clientele, and be able to handle all situations with courtesy and professionalism. Evaluation: All weight room work study employees will be given a verbal performance review on a semester basis. The supervisor will provide this review as needed. All new employees will be on a one semester probationary period. Employment after this one semester is conditional upon satisfactory completion of the semester probation period as well as satisfactory evaluations by the supervisor. The supervisor has final decisions in all matters.15 hrs/week
Staples Student Senate/Student Life CenterStaplesHeppnerErichby appointment, (218)-855-8260 or at eheppner@clcmn.edu1Senate Advisor Work StudyStudent Life work study students oversee and maintain the Staples Student Life Center. Work study students will answer phones, will service as a resource to students, will check out games, will keep the Student Life Center clean and stocked, and will help with student activities. Work study students are expected to be self-motivated, friendly, and hard working. Work study students will be expected to work 10 hours per week.varies
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