SALT Amabassador – Financial Aid Team
** Work Study ONLY **
4 positions starting during Spring 2014 term, ideally with training during Winterim.
What is SALT?
SALT is a program that helps give students money skills for life. SALT helps you track and manage student loans, get free financial advide, find scholarships, jobs and internships, and plenty more. PSU has partnered with SALT to offer its services for free to students.
What would a SALT Ambassador do?
Promote student registration with SALT
Increase brand awareness
Talk with students about SALT, hand out swag, promote it in social media
Who are we looking for?
Outgoing, friendly students
Students highly involved in campus
Those interested in tackling student debt and promoting healthy spending
SPRING 2014 Work Study Position – HHP Office
The purpose of this paid position is to support the on-going Draper & Maynard Collection. This position requires a commitment from 6- 8 hours per week. Hours are during the school day/week and locations of employment will be working in Lamson Commons, D&M Building or both.
Because the Collection workflow varies throughout the year, student tasks may involve all or some of the following:
- Scanning, sizing, identifying Collections items (currently one dimensional)
- Digitally and physically filing Collections items
- Conducting research on various content areas related to the D&M history
- Preparing collections items for storage or exhibition
- Light dusting and cleaning of Collection items and housekeeping of Collections storage located on either the D&M lst and 4th floors
- Other D&M Collection related tasks
For more information, contact Jamie Stalnaker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 535-2293
Office Support Assistant – Human Resources
The Human Resources department located on campus at 83 Langdon Street is seeking work-study students who want to learn and gain experience in the areas of Human Resources, business and office management. Our office provides support and services to the employees of Plymouth State University through payroll, benefits, training and development, policies, employee relations, and recruitment. We are seeking students that are detail orientated, reliable, personable , have great customer service skills and a positive attitude.
This position will be responsible for interacting with students, staff, faculty and administrators at the office counter, on the phone and via Email. This position also updates employee records in our Human Resources software program (Banner) and supports the Human Resources staff. Updating and processing forms, imaging, copying, recordkeeping and data entry are all key responsibilities of the position.
- Performing receptionist duties and responding to a variety of general questions and directing inquiries to the appropriate staff member. This includes walk-in traffic, and phone calls.
- Imaging of documents to employee personnel files.
- Scan and upload applicant materials.
- Data Entry Student Forms.
- Opening, sorting and distributing mail. Paychecks sorted and prepared for mail room pick up.
- Ensure that copiers/fax/printers are supplied with paper. Report any need for office supplies.
- Miscellaneous projects that may require office support assistance. (i.e. mailings, copying, printing materials, benefit overview binders, SS# no match letters)
To receive full consideration for this position, please be prepared to submit via email to email@example.com:
- Cover Letter
- Contact information for three (3) campus/professional references
Application Deadline: December 3, 2013
Karen Schaffner, Human Resources
83 Langdon Street, MSC #14
STUDENT FUNDRAISERS – Spring 2014
Annual Fund Calling Program
Department: University Advancement
Contact: Brenda Shively ’13, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 535-2590
The Annual Fund seeks confident and enthusiastic students with excellent communication skills to represent Plymouth State University through its Calling Program. Student fundraisers telephone PSU alumni and friends to raise money for the University’s Annual Fund, which directly supports students. Callers are required to work at least TWO shifts on a weekly basis. Student Fundraisers will receive extensive training for soliciting gifts before calling begins and throughout the duration of the semester long calling program. Work Study preferred.
Calling Shifts: Sunday 5-9 p.m. & Monday – Thursday 6-9 p.m.
Benefits to you: Build marketable communication and negotiation skills; make a difference in the lives of current students; connect with alumni who care about Plymouth State; enhance your résumé; excellent work environment.
Minimum Qualifications: Students must be dependable, motivated, and have a strong work ethic, as well as a desire to enhance his/her communication and negotiation skills. Friendly, sincere attitude, and polished telephone etiquette are a must. Consistent availability during scheduled calling times is required.
Interested candidates can apply online at http://go.plymouth.edu/student-fundraiser-app
Work Study Positions in the Community 2013 – 2014
Positions are located off-campus; reliable transportation is needed. Federal Work Study Required. If you secure a position with one of our off-campus partners, attendance at a 1-hour Orientation will be required.
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce
The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce supports the business community while enhancing and promoting opportunities in Plymouth and the surrounding communities.
Hours per week: up to 15
Operating Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Responsibilities: Clerical duties, data entry, greet the public, answer phones, build relocation packets, prepare mailings, assist with office projects. Experience with telephone and customer service preferred. Marketing/Communications student preferred. Position expected for Spring 2014 semester.
Central NH Public Health Network
The Central NH Health partnership supports the Public Health Netwrok to build collaborations among health care providers and public safety personnel through the engagement of patients, families and communities.
Hours per week: up to 15
Shift Hours: Hours and days are flexible and will be set between the student and site supervisor.
Responsibilities: This position is working at Whole Village in conjunction with the Central NH Public Health Network. Work-Study student will report to the Public Health Administrator.
-Update Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Roster monthly
-With the MRC Director, ensure all unit members are registered with NH Responds (web-site)
-Assist with quarterly tests of NH Responds site
-Assist with filing
-Work with Public Health Administrator on new initiatives and programs that involve the CERT and MRC unit
-Assist the Public Health Administrator with the preparation of meetings or presentations
If interested, please contact Linda Corriveau in the Community Service Center at email@example.com. Please reference which position you are interested in.
Pay rates are $7.25, $7.50 and $7.75 depending on the site and position.
** STUDENT HOURLY **
Sodexho Food Services. Duties include dish room work and general foodservice help. Pay starts at $8.75 an hour.
Contact Sandy Marrotte in person at the dining hall.