Work Study Job Listings

Work Study Job Listings

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Accounting Brainerd Ehnert Kristina 855-8092 call for appointment 1 Accounting Program Work Study Assist the accounting faculty with general office duties as needed. Office duties will include; filing, grading assignments, data entry into spreadsheets, making posters and supporting the Accounting Club. A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel are required. Flexible to work with student's class and study schedule (max 10 hours per week) More details
Customized Training Brainerd Endicott Dave by appointment. 218-894-5172 1 Customized Training Work Study This position supports the Customized Training department at our front desk, helping visitors, students, and supporting Customized Training (CT) sales staff. Duties include: front desk--greeting visitors, answering phones, CT Reps support--making handouts, data entry, Course & Class support--checking for information, preparing registrations, Other miscellaneous administrative duties as needed up to 15 hours/week More details
Theatre Brainerd, occasionally off campus Jendro Curtis By appointment 218-855-8204 1 Theatre Production Assistant This 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. More details
EMTS EMT building off campus. Address: 7771 College Dr Brainerd, MN Johnson Jeff by appointment, jeff.johnson@clcmn.edu, 320-266-2348 1 EMS Lab Assistant Work involves setting up lab equipment prior to class, assisting with moving and lifting of equipment, opening and closing building, refueling and transporting vehicles to get maintenance, helping maintain EMS equipment, picking up and organizing equipment, receiving supplies, general clean-up when needed, dropping off requests and documents, making copies and other administrative needs to support student learning. 5-9pm every Thursday some Wednesday nights 5-9 and Sundays. More details
Earth Sciences Brainerd, E303 Kolodziej Robb by appointment, robb.kolodziej@clcmn.edu or at 218-855-8268 1 Work Study: Astronomy Lab Prep Work 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 More details
Security Brainerd Larson Joy by appointment (218)-270-0166, joy.larson@clcmn.edu 1 Security Officer Position 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 More details
Open Educational Resources (OER) Brainerd, possibly Staples (if needed) Lindquiest Mark by appointment, mark.lindquist@clcmn.edu, 218-855-8203, Office E343 1 OER Specialist OER stands for Open Education Resources. These are educational materials that are free or low cost, accessible to everyone, and usually in a digital format. An OER Specialist is a person who creates and compiles OER materials. Under the general supervision of the Faculty Lead, the Student Specialist will assist CLC instructors in creating Open Educational Resources. This work includes paid training. 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 assistance 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 paid training. Meets with faculty to determine objectives, 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. 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; up to 15 hours/week More details
Computer Commons/IT support Brainerd Marie Liz by appointment, 218-855-8200 1 Computer Commons Work Study Comfortable answering the phones and taking a message when needed. Must have a good attitude and willing to learn. Providing support to students/faculty and staff with any IT issues. Keeping the Computer Commons clean for the next student. up to 15 hours per week More details
Foundation Brainerd Matter-Hines Amy by appointment, 218-855-8135 or amy.matter-hines@clcmn.edu 1 Office Assistant Assist with basic administrative and clerical functions. 2-10 hours per week (Summer 2022, Fall 2022, Spring 2023) More details
Marketing & Public Relations Brainerd Perrine Jessie by appointment 1 Social Media Content Creator If you like spending your time on TikTok, Instagram Reels, and Snapchat, then this is the job for you! Get paid to create meaningful, creative content for Central Lakes College's social media platforms. You'll work closely with the college Marketing team to create trending videos. up to 15 hours More details
Buildings & Grounds Staples Reese John by appointment 218-894-5100 1 Building and Grounds Maintenance Mowing, yard work, outside cleaning, snow removal, shoveling and sweeping, skid loader work, building maintenance inside and outside. Must complete safety training. AMs, some PMs More details
Buildings and Grounds Staples Reese John 894-5100 1 Building and Ground Grounds Maintenance Mowing, yard work, outside cleaning, snow removal, shoveling and sweeping, skid loader work, building maintenance inside and outside. Must complete safety training. AMs, some PMs More details
Computer Technology Brainerd Seelen Dane TBD/Brainerd Campus, 218-855-8240, dane.seelen@clcmn.edu 1 Computer Technician The Computer Technician will help with maintaining, organizing, and repairing existing computer lab computers, hardware, and other equipment located in W218. They will also help in maintaining, electronics, consoles, computer hardware and installation of hardware/software packages in the Esports Gaming Lounge. This will include solid communication skills, multi-tasking, hardware repair, maintenance, reimaging, inventory, and other IT related tasks. Training/email support for higher level tasks is available from Dane Seelen. Candidates are required to currently be enrolled or completed A+, Comp Repair I and Comp Repair II. Please note: A+ is considered the same as Comp Repair I and II as A+ is the course within the new Comp Tech Programs and Comp Repair I and II is the courses within the older Comp Tech Programs. Meaning there is currently carry over, as year two students are finishing out the older program whereas new students are starting the new programs. 10-15 hours/week More details
10/19/2022 More details
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