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JOB TITLE: Student Office Assistant – English Department
SUPERVISOR: Mary Petz, Administrative Assistant
POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 2 (Federal Work Study)

LOCATION: Ellen Reed House (3-story white house at the center of campus where Mary Lyon Hall, Rounds Hall and Memorial Hall intersect)

JOB DESCRIPTION: In this dynamic and friendly department, the student office assistant will aid in administrative functions and general office duties, such as filing, scanning, photocopying, preparing informational folders/presentation packets, answering the phone and running errands. Student may also be asked to assist instructors as/when appropriate as well as collect and distribute mail, use social media to maintain up-to-date departmental web presence, and other interesting tasks as assigned. The student must be conscientious, well groomed, extremely dependable, and able to maintain confidentiality concerning all departmental matters. This is a fun place to learn all about the English Department and get to know your professors outside of the classroom.

PREREQUISITES: Word-processing skills, attention to detail, and above average communication skills are necessary along with a willingness to do a variety of duties in a cheerful manner. Training will be provided as necessary.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicants should e-mail the department Administrative Assistant, Mary Petz (mepetz@plymouth.edu) an introductory note. Please include fall schedule/hours of availability, and applicable work history (feel free to attach a résumé).


Student Coordinator, Community Service Center
This position is on-campus.  Federal Work-Study Required. 

Positions: 1
Hours per week:  5 Hours weekly in office.  Additional 3-7 hours possible based on programming needs.
Shift Hours:  Flexible schedule, Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Some evening/weekend availability needed and required for programming needs

Responsibilities:  The Community Service Center is looking for a Student Coordinator to assist with projects such as Angel Tree, Blood Drives, Empty Bowls and Service Saturdays.  Ability to work with other students is a must.  Assistance with programs/groups supported by the Community Service Center is needed as well.  Ability to recruit volunteers and effectively communicate with others on campus, including professional staff and off-campus partners is essential.  General office skills also needed to assist drop-in requests for volunteer work; create advertising, bulletin boards and create, contribute and edit to the monthly e-publication, The Service Spotlight.  Must have a valid Driver’s License and be willing to take defensive driving required for driving Merchant’s Vans.  Must be willing to drive 10-12 passenger van for service projects.

Full position description will be e-mailed to interested students along with an availability grid for the student to fill out and return.  Interview required and will be scheduled September 4 & 5, 2014. If interested, please contact Linda Corriveau in the Community Service Center at lmcorriveau1@plymouth.edu.


University Advancement Student Employment Openings
Graphic Designer – Student Employment

From designing fundraising appeals to creating graphics for the web, the Graphic Designer position with PSU’s Advancement Office gives you the opportunity to expand your creative skills and build a solid portfolio.

Job Description & Duties

As a graphic designer, you’ll have the opportunity to work on a variety of print, digital, and interactive projects. You’ll be responsible for creating, revising, and producing Advancement print collateral, web and social media graphics, e-mail
graphics, direct mail pieces, and other marketing materials, working within PSU’s brand and design guidelines. You’ll collaborate with the Director of Alumni Relations to develop and design alumni-related merchandise and products. As part of the Advancement Communications team, you’ll support the videographers and photographers with graphics for digital and interactive
projects. You’ll gain valuable real-world experience in marketing, communications, and print production.

Qualifications

  1. You must be wildly enthusiastic about Plymouth State—its mission, achievements, people (e.g., students, faculty, staff, alumni), history, and place.
  2. You’ve got a creative flair: Strong design style and a portfolio to back it up.
  3. You’ve got the skills: Adobe Creative Suite is a must, especially Photoshop and InDesign. If you know Illustrator, too, that’s a plus. You understand there’s a difference between designing for print and designing for the web/mobile devices.
  4. You’ve got the focus: Must be highly attentive to detail, organized, and thorough.
  5. You’ve got the desire: Self-starter? Willing to learn? Good team player? We want you!
  6. You must be a Plymouth State undergraduate or graduate student. Members of the incoming class of 2018 are welcome to apply.

Hours and Compensation

This position requires a commitment of 8-10+ hours per week. Compensation starts at $7.50/hour. Work-study is not a requirement for this position.

Work Samples/Portfolio

Show off your design skills! Upload samples of your work that show you understand good design and how to connect with audiences through print, digital, and interactive communications.

Apply today!

For more information, stop by Holmes House Advancement and Alumni Office.


Information Technology Services Computer Repair Center

Computer Repair Center Student Technician Position
Location: Highland Hall – 20 Highland Street

Minimum requirements

  • Must have excellent customer service skills
  • Minimum of intermediate knowledge of computer operation and terminology
  • Minimum of basic computer hardware

Main (minimum) responsibilities

  • Provide customer service to individuals who require the services of the Computer Repair Center
  • Able to communicate clearly with basic technical knowledge of computers and software to customers in response to service inquiries
  • Assist customer in creating on-line work order when dropping off equipment for service
  • Initial expected ability: Perform basic hardware / software service to computer equipment received for evaluation
  • Perform initial diagnosis / evaluation and troubleshooting of computer using established procedures
  • Able to follow procedures and general directives
  • Eventual expected ability: To replace any hardware component in Dell desktops and laptops
  • Other duties as required

Work hours will be within the following timeframe: Mon – Fri between 10:00 and 4:00

- Training is provided in all areas of responsibility
- Expanded position description provided upon hire

Contact: Tom Morin at 603-535-3499 or tom@plymouth.edu


Work Study Positions in the Community 2014 – 2015

Positions are located off-campus; reliable transportation is needed for a majority of positions.  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.

If interested, please contact Linda Corriveau in the Community Service Center at lmcorriveau1@plymouth.edu.  Please reference which position you are interested in.

Pay rates are $7.25, $7.50 and $7.75 depending on the site and position.

 

Pemi-Baker Community Access Media (pbCAM)
**Work Study Required** **Reliable Transportation Required**

Positions: 1
Hours per week:  2 days per week, approx.. 2-3 hours each day
Available Shifts:  Flexible Hours, evening availability needed

Responsibilities:  Videotaping of Town Meetings, including High School Board Meetings.  Set-up and break down of camera equipment, tripods, and microphone.  Position may include TV studio work as an assistant.  pbCAM is located in Pease Public Library, however, transportation required for videotaping of meetings.

Central NH Public Health Network
**Work Study Required** **Reliable Transportation Required**

The Central NH Health partnership supports the Public Health Network to build collaborations among health care providers and public safety personnel through the engagement of patients, families and communities.

Positions: 1
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

Warren Village School- Explorers After School Program
**Work Study Required** **Reliable Transportation Required**

The purpose of the WVS Explorers program is to provide a high-quality, hands-on, after school program that will improve our students’ academic achievement

Positions: 2-4
Hours per week:  up to 15
Available Shifts:  Monday – Friday, 2:45 – 5:45 (tutoring and enrichment)

Responsibilities:
Tutor and Enrichment:  Assist K-7th Grade students with math, spelling and reading homework.  Supervise students during snack and recess.  Plan and teach enrichment classes such as sports, science, outdoor skills, nature connection, technology, etc.

Other Requirements:  Background Check and Fingerprinting (Warren Village School covers cost).  Reliable transportation  required- Warren Village School is a 25-30 minute ride from PSU.  To help defray travel costs, Up to 1 hour of travel time per day can be included in time sheet for the student driving.  Applicable only to Warren Village School position..


Digital Image Cataloger

Lamson Library is seeking a detail-oriented student to work on a historical digital collection of photographs, the Brown Company Collection.  Through cataloging and migration of the collection to the CONTENTdm platform, we will be increasing accessibility to a set of unique historical images.  Under the supervision of the Metadata Resources Librarian, student will gain experience with archival best practices for digital images and experience in cataloging digital images.  The student will receive training in cataloging images and in some basic Photoshop procedures.

Required Skills

  • Ability to focus and work accurately on detailed tasks
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel

Additional Desirable Skills

  • Familiarity with Photoshop
  • Ability to read cursive writing

Responsibilities

  • Create records for individual photographs by pulling together information from multiple sources
  • Format image files to meet archival standards
  • Possibility of some scanning of original photographs

Work Hours: 8 hours/week, preferably in 4 2-hour shifts.   Must be able to work during regular business hours, no evening or weekend hours.

Request an application from Christin Chenard at chchenard@plymouth.edu.


Information Technology Services Computer Repair Center

Front Counter Position
Location: Highland Hall – 20 Highland Street

Minimum requirements:

  •  Must have excellent customer service skills
  •  Knowledge of basic computer operation
  •  Knowledge of basic computer terminology

Main (minimum) responsibilities:

  • Provide customer service to individuals who require the services of the Computer Repair Center
  • Able to communicate clearly with basic technical knowledge of computers and software to customers in response to service inquiries
  • Assist customer in creating on-line work order when dropping off equipment for service
  • Receive new equipment delivered by campus central receiving or other carriers
  • Includes assisting in inventory control
  • Perform basic service to computer equipment received for evaluation
  • Perform initial triage and troubleshooting of computer using established procedures
  • Able to follow procedures and general directives
  • Assist in the preparation of new technology for installation on the PSU campus
  • Install pre-created images on new Dell and Apple computers
  • Assist in the preparation of old technology as it is removed from the campus
  • Prepare aged technology for the computer surplus program
  • Other duties as required

Work hours will be Mon – Fri between 10:00 and 4:00. Training is provided in all areas of responsibility. Expanded position description provided upon hire

Contact: Tom Morin, 603-535-3499 or tom@plymouth.edu


** 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.

 

April 7th, 2014 by Eric

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