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ADVANCEMENT SERVICES ASSISTANT –Fall 2015
DEPARTMENT: Office of Advancement
HOURS AVAILABLE: 10 hours per week
SUPERVISOR: Darcy Hoffman (535-2988), Holmes House

TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR A WORK STUDY STUDENT

Do you like working with data? Can you spend a couple of hours focused on a repetitive task? Do you want to have weekday work hours scheduled around your classes? Do you want to work in a supportive environment with the possibility of keeping this job until you graduate? If so, we want to talk to you!

DUTIES: Duties to include data verification and entry, creating and updating records in our Alumni/Donor database. Duties also include opening and distribution of mail, calculating daily gift receipts, assembling mailings, online research, on-campus errands, filing and other duties as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must enjoy attention to detail and accuracy. Computer experience desired including knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Work study required.

HOURS: Weekly hours worked will be set around your class schedule, but will fall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Up to 10 hours per week are available, depending on work study ceiling.

Interested candidates can pick up an application at the Advancement Office in Holmes House.


ADVANCEMENT SERVICES ASSISTANT – Summer 2015
DEPARTMENT: Office of Advancement
HOURS AVAILABLE: Up to 25 hours per week
SUPERVISOR: Darcy Hoffman (535-2988), Holmes House

ONE POSITION AVAILABLE FOR A WORK STUDY STUDENT

Do you like working with data? Can you spend a couple of hours focused on a repetitive task? Do you want to work flexible weekday work hours? Do you want to work in a supportive environment with the possibility of keeping this job until you graduate? If so, we want to talk to you!

DUTIES: Duties to include data verification and entry, creating and updating records in our Alumni/Donor database. Duties also include opening and distribution of mail, calculating daily gift receipts, assembling mailings, online research, on-campus errands, filing and other duties as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must enjoy attention to detail and accuracy. Computer experience desired including knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Summer hours will not deplete work study allocations, but this position continues into the fall when work study allocations will be used. Therefore, work study is required.

HOURS: Weekly hours worked are flexible, but will be scheduled between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Interested candidates can pick up an application at the Advancement Office in Holmes House. Pending successful employment over the summer, the person will continue to work for us in 2015-2016 academic year for up to 10 hours per week, depending on work study ceiling.


PAW Fellow Application 2015-2016

To apply: Submit application and a resume on OrgSync by April 17th, 2015 by 12pm (noon).

PAW is an initiative started by the Student Affairs Division to make sure there is something for students to do each weekend. Events are held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night that span through the 9-11:00 pm time block. Some examples of these events are Game viewing parties, Bingo, Game Nights and Craft Nights.

QUALIFICATIONS:
-Must be a currently enrolled student in good academic standing at Plymouth State University
-On campus programming experience (preferably at Plymouth State University)
-Ability to work and communicate effectively with others
-Basic event marketing experience
-Must have knowledge of the Hartman Union Building and other potential function spaces on campus
-Ability to work closely with Building Managers and other essential HUB Staff
-Must have general knowledge of PAW programming
-Public speaking experience preferred

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Working a 13-hour work week the PAW Fellow will take the lead while working with the SAO Intern and SAO work study student(s) to:

-Represent PAW Programs and Student Life in a professional manner at all times
-Coordinate the calendar for the entire year to ensure that there are events every Thursday, Friday, Saturday Night preferably 9-11pm but spanning the 9-10:30pm time frame.
-Reserve event location 4-6+ weeks prior to event
-Attend weekly meeting with Assistant Directors of Student Activities and SAO intern to discuss future planning, upcoming events, and any issues/concerns
-Act as a liaison for all PAW programming discussions/needs
-Acquire thorough knowledge of all HUB policies and procedures
-Ability to make sound operational and personnel decisions based on established policies, procedures, and guidelines of Plymouth State University and campus buildings/locations
-Be familiar with OrgSync, manage the PAW OS page, make sure all PAW events are posted on the OS general calendar
-Maintain a safe and enjoyable environment at events
-Hold marketing meetings with sponsoring organizations
-Develop and implement market plan as needed for each week of events
-Work with SAO intern and PAW work study student(s) to ensure a PAW representative is present at each event
-Work as the PAW Representative at a minimum one (1) event each week, but will be first on call to cover events when other staff is unavailable

**Preference will be given to candidates that demonstrate the ability to think outside the box and beyond to develop events that are new and exciting, and to take existing events to the next level.


2015-2016 Student Employment in the HUB

Interested in working for the HUB because you’ve heard we’re the best place to work on campus? WE KNOW.

Operations Positions: Recreation Programs Positions:
Information Booth Assistant Intramural Sports Official
Print Shop Assistant Recreation Assistant
HUB Administrative Office Assistant Intramural Sports Scorekeeper
Student Activities Office Assistant
Building Manager
Building Service Worker (BSW)
HUB Tech Crew

Fill out your application
Contact Kerry Keating at kakeating@plymouth.edu (re: Operations positions)
Contact Drew Guay at drew.guay@plymouth.edu (re: Recreation Programs positions)


SUMMER  2015 EMPLOYMENT

University Apartment Paint/Utility Crew– prepares and paints the University Apartments for summer guests and residents. This is an hourly position. Crew members work typically Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm and are paid on a biweekly basis. For the complete position description, click here
Residential Life Conference Crew– prepares rooms for summer guests and residents and provides front-line service during their stay. Crew members receive a stipend to cover the cost of their designated on-campus summer housing assignment. Crew members work shifts in the evenings and weekends as well as serve on-call overnight in designated campus residence halls. For the complete position description, click here

To review the timeline and complete the application, click (copy and paste) on the following link: tinyurl.com/psureslifesummeremployment


LTOE Instructional Technology Assistant – Fall 2014
DEPARTMENT: Learning Technology and Online Education (LTOE)
HOURS AVAILABLE: 10 hours per week
SUPERVISOR: Scott Robison (535-2262), Lamson Learning Commons

ONE POSITION AVAILABLE FOR A WORK STUDY STUDENT

DUTIES: Duties to include creating, updating, maintaining, and migrating Academic Technology help documentation from one online platform to another. This position will provide the employee with skills that could be applied to a wide range of career paths.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have excellent writing skills. Computer experience desired including creating online tutorials, screen capture, video editing and some basic web design skills. We will train someone who is quick to pick up technology skills. Work study required.

HOURS: Weekly hours worked will be set around your class schedule, but will fall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Up to 10 hours per week are available, depending on work study ceiling.

Interested candidates can pick up an application at the Advancement Office in Holmes House.


 

Student Graphic Designer – Office of Public Relations

From designing academic information sheets, admissions recruitment postcards, alumni event invitations, and fundraising appeals to creating graphics for the web, the Graphic Designer position will provide you with the opportunity to expand your creative skills and build a solid portfolio.

Job Description and Duties
As a graphic designer, you’ll work on a variety of print, digital, and interactive projects. You’ll be responsible for creating, revising, and producing 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. Additionally, you’ll tag and organize images in the MCCS image archive and gain valuable real-world experience in marketing, communications, and print production. This paid student position reports to the Interim Director of Creative Services and the Senior Graphic Designer, while supporting the videographer and photographers with graphics for digital and interactive projects.

Minimum Qualifications

  • You must be wildly enthusiastic about Plymouth State—its mission, achievements, people (e.g., students, faculty, staff, alumni), history, and place.
  • You have a creative flair: Strong design style and a portfolio to back it up.
  • You have the skills: Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is a must, especially InDesign and Photoshop. 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.
  • You have a strong work ethic: Self-starter, willing to learn, and a good team player? If you have these attributes we want you!
  • You have the focus: Must be highly attentive to detail, organized, and very thorough.
  • You must be a Plymouth State undergraduate student who is eligible for work-study.

Hours and Compensation
This position requires a commitment of 8-10+ hours per week. Compensation starts at $7.25/hour.

Work Samples/Portfolio/Recommendations
Show off your design skills! Share samples of your work that show you practice good design and how it connects with audiences through print, digital, and interactive communications. Two recommendations from a past employer or professor are required. Apply now!


Student Web Technician Assistant – Office of Public Relations

From building WordPress plug-in based Gravity Forms to populating approved content into web pages and sites, the Web Technician Assistant position will give you the opportunity for hands-on experience in fine-tuning presentation and functionality across the plymouth.edu website.

Job Description and Duties
As a Web Technician Assistant you’ll work on special projects, such as migrating all Wufoo forms into Gravity Forms, and be responsible for populating approved content into both new and redesigned pages. You’ll learn best practices in training site editors in how to use WordPress as a CMS, and occasionally assist your supervisor, the campus Web Content Designer, with some front-end development.

Minimum Qualifications

  • You must be efficient in using WordPress as CMS
  • You have basic knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • You have basic knowledge of WordPress theme structure and plugins
  • You have basic Photoshop skill a plus
  • Strong work ethic: Self-starter, willing to learn, and patient communicator? If you have these attributes we want you!
  • You have the focus: Must be highly attentive to detail, organized, and thorough.
  • You must be a Plymouth State undergraduate student who is eligible for work-study.

Hours and Compensation
This position requires a commitment of 8-10+ hours per week. Compensation starts at $7.25/hour.

Work Samples/Recommendations
Provide URLs to websites or pages that you’ve worked on. Two recommendations from a past employer or professor are required. Apply now!


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.


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.

Plymouth Elementary School
**Work Study Required**

Educating children to reach their full potential as caring, capable citizens and lifeling learners in a global community.

Positions:  Monday – Friday
Hours per week:  6-10 (flexible days based on class schedule)
Shift Hours:  Monday – Friday, 2:45 – 5:15

Responsibilities:  This position is working at Plymouth Elementary School with the afterschool program.  Education (Elementary, P.E. Special Education, etc.) majors preferred to work with school age children.  Work-Study Students will assist with homework and tutoring.  Must be a positive role model with lots of energy.  Attend trainings.  Background check and fingerprinting required.

Newfound Area School District- Project Promise (After School Program)
**Work Study Required** **Reliable Transportation Required**

Project promise serves 4 elementary schools, the middle school and the high school in the Newfound Area School District.  Sites are located in Bristol, New Hampton, Bridgewater and Danbury.

Positions: 3+  (positions are dependent on availability at each site)
Hours per week:  up to 15
Available Shifts:  Monday – Thursday, 2:00 – 5:30 (tutoring and enrichment).  Times may vary by site.

Responsibilities:

  • Along with Site Coordinator, design and implement an environment for all levels of academic achievement.  ●Ability to identify individual student needs and express needs to the Site Coordinator.
  • Help maintain student academic resources with Student Coordinator and Academic Liaison for Federal quarterly evaluations and district report.
  • Provide a safe and respectful environment in the Homework Club.
  • Motivate students that are having difficulty finding a place in the program to be successful.
  • Welcome and be respectful to all school staff and welcome them into the program when they check-in and help out.
  • Solicit feedback from students in order to improve the way activities are being offered.
  • Attend mandatory trainings, workshops and Common Core sessions.

Other Requirements:  Background Check and Fingerprinting for SAU 4- Project Promise will cover the cost.  Reliable transportation required.  Full position description available in Community Service Center.

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 & Wednesday,  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..


** 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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