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Position Description
Position Title:  Office Assistant
Responsible to: Program Support Assistant

The primary function of the office assistant is to support the clerical duties of the Frost House Offices, including the: Dean of Students, Title IX coordinator, Academic Student Advocate, and Student Conduct. The office assistant will need to deal effectively with students and their families, faculty, staff, the general public and external agencies.  Have knowledge of campus departments and the ability to connect inquiries to appropriate departments and/or campus resources.  The student staff must always act with professionalism, tact, confidentiality and integrity.

Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge of office procedures, computer skills including Office 365 Suite, effective customer service and communication skills.

Additional Qualifications: Demonstrated leadership skills such as, but not limited to:

  • Student government
  • Student lead activity groups
  • Event or group planning

Hours: Approximately 10 hours per week the office’s regular hours of operation are 8-5:00. Hours will depend on work study allotments and based around class schedules.


  1. Be knowledgeable of all full-time staff and their regular job duties in order to direct people accurately and announce the arrival of appointments and/or walk-ins to the appropriate administrator.
  2. Receive incoming calls; answer questions, take and distribute messages, and transfer calls to appropriate parties.
  3. Distribute staff mail
  4. Copy, scan, and fax documents as requested
  5. Other duties as assigned

Contact: Shaun Connors,, 603-535-2206

The Center for Transformation is in need of two workers to put together furniture, tables and office chairs.   If you are good at reading and following instructions and are able to use tools to assemble furniture and are able to lift up to 30 lbs., then please contact us!  The job starts immediately and will continue until the work has been completed (we estimate approximately 4 days 9am – 2pm daily).  $7.75 per hour.

Please contact Daphne Morin 535-2257.

Position: Advancement Services Student Assistant
University Advancement Services

Duties and responsibilities: Advancement services is seeking a student to assist with gift administration duties, maintaining alumni and donor records in the Rasier’s Edge data base and general office support.

Hours: 20 hours per week, ideally scheduled between 10 am and 2pm daily. Some possible flexibility in scheduling.

Qualifications: Candidates should be organized, detail oriented and interested in learning Raiser’s Edge and gift administration procedures. Honesty, integrity and the ability to maintain confidentiality is critical. Experience using Microsoft Office suite is required and familiarity with Microsoft Office is 365 preferred. Job contingent on successful background check after hired.

Contact: Jen Hall, or 535-2219

Academic Term:
Fall 2017 and Spring 2018
Open Position: Administrative Office Assistant
Position Classification: Federal Work Study (preferred) or Student Hourly
Position Location: Hyde Hall, CoBA Office Suite 217

Available Shifts:
Monday 8am – 12 pm
Tuesday 8am – 12 pm, 5pm-9pm
Wednesday 8am – 12 pm
Thursday 8am – 12 pm, 5pm-9pm
Friday 8am – 12 pm, 12 pm-5pm, 5-8 pm

Position Rate of Pay: $7.25-$7.75

Position Details:
The College of Business Administration (CoBA) is seeking a dedicated and hard-working business student interested in further developing their professional skills within an office setting. The ideal candidate will be well organized, detail oriented, attentive, and have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced office environment. This is a front line position that will have regular interruptions by faculty and students as needs arise. Student must be comfortable answering the reception phone as well as greeting & assisting students and faculty with various inquiries and requests. This position will also assist in special projects and event planning as needed.

Position Qualities/Qualifications:

  • Strong computer skills
  • Able to use a multi-function printer, copier, scanner, fax
  • Proficient with the Plymouth State University website
  • Professional, mature telephone and email habits
  • Experience in an office environment
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • A true team player who likes to get involved and learn new things

Please email your resume and cover letter to Bonnie Baker at along with your availability.

Undergraduate Alumni Fellowship

  • Be able to gain experience and develop skills that benefit you, and the PSU community.
  • Network opportunities with alumni.
  • $1,500 off your tuition Fall 2017, and Spring 2018 ($3,000 total).
  • Serve as an ex-officio member of the PSU Alumni Association Board of Directors.
  • Minimum GPA requirement of 2.5
  • Friday, April 28, 2017, deadline.

Contact Shannon Spaulding at, for further information or if you would like to apply.

Admissions Office

The Admissions Office is looking for a dedicated student worker that will be able to assist in completing administrative and data entry work for our transfer program. We are looking for a student that has solid computer skills, is well organized, mature, and able to maintain confidentiality as they will be working with sensitive student information. We are looking for a student that would be able to work a consistent schedule and may also be interested in increased hours during the summer (summer housing may be available if needed). The position is open to students with or without work study.

All inquiries should be sent to Jeremy Heidenreich at

Information Technology Services Computer Repair Center
Computer Repair Center Student Technician Position
Location: Highland Hall – 20 Highland Street Room 011

Minimum requirements:

* Excellent customer service skills
* Intermediate knowledge of computer operation and terminology
* Basic computer hardware knowledge
* Follow all Repair Center guidelines and procedures

Main (minimum) responsibilities:
* Provide customer service to individuals who require the services of the Computer Repair Center
o Able to communicate clearly with basic technical knowledge of computers and software to customers in response to service inquiries
o Assist customer in creating on-line work order when dropping off equipment for service

* Perform basic hardware / software diagnosis
o Perform initial diagnosis / evaluation and troubleshooting of computer using established procedures
o Able to follow procedures and general directives
o Be self-motivated – look for solutions to problems found

* Eventual expected ability: To replace any hardware component in Dell desktops and laptops and Tier 1 and 2 hardware in Apple 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

Hunter Jarvis * 603-535-3499 *

ITS Department
JOB TITLE: Student Technologist
Reports to (Position): Digital Creation Technologist and Instructional Technologist

Position Summary (General Descriptions/Primary Purpose):
The Student Technologist will work closely with the Academic Technology Team to support the use of current technologies and new technology initiatives on campus. This position will offer support for 3D printing, large format printing, web development and design, and other technologies in the open labs.

Hours: 10 hrs/week Pay: $7.25/hr

View complete position description here –  Apply Online

Panther Pride Ambassadors – University Advancement Calling Program

University Advancement seeks confident and enthusiastic students with excellent communication skills. Panther Pride Ambassadors are proud representatives of the University who enjoy connecting with alumni and friends via phone to share stories and learn about the experiences of others. Our mission is to spread Panther Pride by strengthening our Panther network through meaningful and memorable conversations. We make calls for many reasons including alumni updates, fundraising, event invitations, surveys, volunteer opportunities, and special projects

Panther Pride Ambassadors must work a minimum of two shifts per week. Calling shifts are Sunday 5-9 p.m. and Monday through Thursday 6-9 p.m.

Work Study preferred.

Benefits to you: Build marketable communication, negotiation, and sales 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 skills. Must possess a friendly, sincere attitude and polished telephone etiquette. Consistent availability during scheduled calling times is required. Enthusiasm for sales, philanthropy, and fundraising for a great cause are a must.

Interested candidates can learn more and apply online at or contact Brenda Shively ’13, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, at for more information.

ITS Help Desk

T he ITS Help Desk is now accepting student worker applications. Our online application may be accessed on our Information Technology Services webpage at:
Questions should be directed to Steve Cramton at


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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