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Student Job Openings! – February 2019

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Job opening information courtesy of the Haskell Financial Aid office.
Information current as of 2/25/2019.

Please contact individual departments for 
interviews.

Openings Overview:
  • Student Worker – Vice-President of University Services (VPUS) Office: 1 position
  • Tutor – Boy’s & Girls Club: 1 position
  • Student Assistant – Bursar Office: 1 position
  • Tutor(s) – Student Success Center: 4 positions
  • Office Assistant – Financial Aid Office: 1 position
  • Food Service Worker – Curtis Hall: 3 positions
  • Switchboard Operator – IT Department: 1 position
  • Tribal Student Technology – IT Department: 4-6 positions
  • Administrative Assistant – Professional Schools: 1 position
  • Administrative Assistant – Haskell Foundation: 1 position

Job Title:
Student Worker/ Assistant to VPUS Office
Contact:
Lenora Goombi
(785) 830-2753
Lenora.goombi@bie.edu
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
Looking for person of integrity, knowledge in confidentiality and privacy of others, respectful to authority. Occasionally will be asked to do light housekeeping, gar-dening, moving of small office equipment and food setup for meetings, etc.
Qualifications:
Skilled in computers, PowerPoint, Excel, Word etc. Must be skilled in variety of small electronics in the office. Must be skilled in working with the public, over the phone and in person. Skilled in filing, making folders, and variety of filing systems
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm. Will need to work 2 hours or more a day.

Job Title:
Boys & Girls Club
Contact:
Carlene Morris
cmorris@haskell.edu
(785) 749– 8486
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
Tutor in Math &/or Reading for Elementary aged children. Will help small groups of students with their daily homework. Will work at off campus location.
Qualifications:
Must be a good role model and leader. Must be willing to engage students and encourage a desire for learning. (Must be Pell eligible).
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 3pm– 6pm

Job Title:
Student Office Assistant
Bursar Office
Contact:
Jeri Sledd
jsledd@haskell.edu
(785) 749-8435
Steve Byington
sbyington@haskell.edu
(785) 830-2780
Job Description:
 Explaining and support all Bursar Office policies
 Provide customer service at front window and provide information to all students and visitors
 Maintain filing system
 Assist in time-stamping documents
 fax and photocopy documents
 Will assist in data entry of Work Study Excel File.
 Will assist in correcting and adjusting timesheets
 Alphabetize documents into labeled folders.
 Submit Copy Request to mail room
 Handle cash transactions at window and providing receipts and documentation of cash received.
 Assist with disbursement of Pell, Work Study, SEOG, AICF and Tribal Scholarships to students.
 Sending out notices to students via email, mailbox notice or phone calls as directed by the supervisor.
 Answer and screen telephone calls and write down messages for department. Transfer phone calls to appropriate personnel.
Qualifications:
 Customer service experience
 Strong communication skills in verbal communication with supervisor or, staff members and students.
 Self-motivated to complete job task without direction.
 Must have entry level experience, with Microsoft Word, Excel.
 Preferred accounting skills, or must have knowledge of adding and subtracting
 Must be able to type 40 WPM
 Possess ability to multi-task and prioritize job task.
 Attention to detail and problem solving skills.
 May be required to lift up to 30 lbs.
 Legible penmanship
 Must exhibit, demonstrate and maintain positive attitude
 Must be able to collaborate and teamwork with others
 Dependable, organized and responsible.
Time & Days Needed:
4 block hours needed
Monday- Friday
8am-5pm

Job Title:
Tutors
Student Success Center
Contact:
Laura Rice
lrice@haskell.edu
(785) 749-8404
Positions Available:
4
Job Description:
Student worker shall provide supplementary academic support for HINU students.
 Math Tutor: Up to College Algebra
 Math Tutor: Up to Calculus
 Business Math Tutor: Including ECON201/202, Business Statistics, & Business Calculus
 General Tutor: ENGL courses, General Education requirement classes
Qualifications:
Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA required, 3.4+ preferred.
Must be able to maintain weekly schedule with minimal cancellations as student body will look to the published tutoring schedule to locate tutors at specific dates/times. Interpersonal skills, patience, and integrity a must.
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 8am– 5pm
Open availability with supervisor approval. Possibly including weekends. of Student Needed

Job Title:
Student Office Assistant
Financial Aid Office
Contact:
Carlene Morris
cmorris@haskell.edu
(785) 749– 8486
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
Must be skilled in a variety of software including but not limited to: Microsoft, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc. Must be skilled in organization, filing, answering phones, communication and writing messages. Will need to engage in greeting visitors of all ages and working with staff in and around office needs.
Qualifications:
We are looking for an off-campus student who is professional, courteous, works independently, honest, detail-oriented, a quick learner, organized and be able to multi-task.
(Must be Pell eligible)
Time & Days Needed:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays preferred.
8am — 5pm

Job Title:
Food Service Worker
Curtis Hall
Contact:
Barbara Stumbling Bear
(785) 830-2711
Positions Available:
3
Job Description:
Will work in several different areas of the Food Service Department: Pot and Pan Cleaning area, Washing dishes in the Dish Room Area, Serving Line, Salad Preparation area, Bakery Assistant and Stocking the storage room.
Qualifications:
Must be able to follow directions, communicate effectively, and be professional. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs and stand on feet for entire shift. Need to have knowledge of simple sanitation.
Time & Days Needed:
Sunday thru Saturday 6:30am – 7:30pm

Job Title:
Switchboard Operator
IT Department
Contact:
Josh Arce
jarce@haskell.edu
(785) 749-8482
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
This person will be required to answer all incoming calls, route them to the appropriate office, and answer general questions about the university, activities, and offices.
This is often the first voice from the University that a person hears, and it is critically important to route the calls accurately, and efficiently by having a broad understanding of university operations.
Additionally, this person greets all people coming into the OCIO area. They must have an overall friendly disposition and be willing to help answer questions
Qualifications:
No minimum skills required; however, experience in customer service is a plus.
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 8am– 5PM

Job Title:
Tribal Student Technology
IT Department
Contact:
Josh Arce
jarce@haskell.edu
(785) 749-8482
Positions Available:
4—6
Job Description:
The TST program serves a vital role to our campus and performs front-line helpdesk assistance. They are key in troubleshooting techniques, and enhancing the college experience by creating a work environment that is fun, challenging, and “hands-on” learning.
Qualifications:
Information technology (IT) experience recommended but not required. Must be open to hands-on learning. Some physical labor is required and must be able to lift at least 50lbs .
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 8am– 5PM

Job Title:
Student Administrative Assistant
Professional Schools
Contact:
Ellen Jefferson-McKinney
(785) 749-8402 (morning)
(785) 749-8426 (afternoon)
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
Expected to assist with office automation and all clerical aspects within all departments of the professional schools (School of Business, School of Education and Health, Sport and Exercise Science). As such, the student worker may be required to work from Blue Eagle and/or Parker Hall.
Basic office automation skills would include: the ability to operate a computer by corresponding by email, ability to operate Microsoft Word, Excel, Access to create charts, graphs and database, and the ability to use a scanner to scan documents.
If a potential student worker possess some of the skills that’s a plus however we are willing to train.
Qualifications:
Student must be professional, courteous, works independently, honest, detail-oriented, a quick learner, organized and be able to multi-task. If a potential student worker possess some of the skills that’s a plus however we would train.
Time & Days Needed:
We will work with the student worker on their availability, however, we are only open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Job Title:
Student Office Assistant
Haskell Foundation
Contact:
Aaron Hove
ahove@haskellfoundation.edu
Cleta La Brie
clabrie@haskellfoundation.edu
(785) 749-8425
Positions Available:
1
Job Description:
The student would be supervised on a daily basis by either or both Aaron Hove, Executive Director, and Cleta La Brie, Development Director, of the Haskell Foundation. Supervision would include a discussion of assigned duties for clarity on expectations, any needs of the student for successful completion of an assignment; and feedback from the student on the progress and completion of the assigned projects, including issues and problems encountered during the process of assignment completion.
The Foundation will likely educate the student on basic small business accounting and related business practices, and possibly involve the intern on performing some of these basic accounting processes that are performed by the Foundation on a nearly daily basis.
The student may also be asked to perform web-based inquiries into potential donors. Other projects may include grant-writing assistance or other research.
Qualifications:
Must be skilled in variety of small electronics in the office. Comfortable working with the public, over the phone and in person a plus. Familiarity with a variety of software. Skilled in organization, filing, answering phones, communication and writing messages.
(Must be Pell eligible).
Time & Days Needed:
Monday thru Friday 8am– 5pm

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