Department: Learning Center/Tech Services Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only Job Starts: August 21, 2017 Work Type: Clerical
Students applying for this position must be work-study eligible.
The Learning Center is a student learning space managed by the College of Education's Technology Innovation and Learning Services (TILS) Department. Student employees are the "face" of the facility. They operate under the direction of senior staff to facilitate the day-to-day operations of the center. The job of the student worker is customer service. Work assignments will vary but daily responsibilities include but are not limited to: 1) arranging facilities for events, and, ensuring that the facility is clean and prepared for guests; 2) assisting guests of the Learning Center with computer and printer related questions; 4) responsibly circulating equipment and reserve material. Students may also be asked to assist with clerical or maintenance tasks in the Blackwell History of Education collection or the One Room School. Successful applicants must have excellent people skills, be customer service oriented, be willing to take initiative, be willing to learn new skills, and must be able to work independently. Positions are subject to availability of funds. There is no guarantee of continued employment. Hours per week are based on student availability and operational needs of the department.
If you are uncertain as to whether or not you are eligible for the work-study program, contact the NIU Student Financial Aid Office by phone at 815-753-1395 or toll free at 800-892-3050, or, email the office at email@example.com including 1) your name; 2) your Z-ID number; 3) the last 4 digits of your social Security number.
Pay Rate: $ 8.25
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