Phoenix College Federal Work Study Job Positions

 

Work Study Student Process:
  • To be eligible to receive Federal Work Study, students must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and complete their financial aid file with the Phoenix College (PC) Financial Aid Office.   Federal Work Study funds are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA.   Funds and employment positions are limited and are available on a first come first served basis.  It is recommended that you apply early and have your Financial Aid file completed on or before the PC Priority date to help maximize your financial aid award.

Job Ref #
 Department
Term
Year
Duties
Hours
 ABE Community
 Fall
2014
 Checking students in and out of tutoring labs using computer based tracking system. Must be familiar with computer basics. Knowledge of mathematics and ability to tutor a plus but not neccessary.  19 per week
 ABE Community
 Fall
2014
 � Provide program information to students, parents and staff � Will provide customer service in a high volume environment � Answer multi-line phones � File documents � Create event advertisement, including flyers and invitations for all three programs � Facilitate book requests and inventory � Maintain databases current � Make call requests to students and parents � Coordinate correspondence � Organize storage room � Student worker must be able to work Saturdays 8am-1pm � Other duties as assigned (3) Positions Available  Flexible
 Admissions & Records
 Fall
2014
 Data entry of documents received and recording incoming transcripts, data entry of evaluated transcipts, working admissions reports to help identify and fix discrepancies in a timely manner and for accurate reporting of data Due to District-wide reporting requirements and collection/validation of documents necessary for admissions, financial aid requirements, and cashiering disbursement requriements, Admissions, Registation and Records Qualifications: * experience working with online Student Information System desired * strong computer skills and ability to research complex issues * proficient in Excel and Word * general knowledge of standard office equipment * strong verbal and written communication skills Positions available: four  20
 Admissions & Records
 Fall
2014
 Electronic scanning of documents and verifying scanned documents Admissions, Registation and Records is the custodian of records for the campus; accuracy of scanned documents for easy retrieval is critical in this posiiton Qualifications: * experience working with online Student Information System desired * strong computer skills and ability to research complex issues * proficient in Excel and Word * general knowledge of standard office equipment * strong verbal and written communication skills Number positions available: one  20 hours per week
 Alumni Relations
 Fall
2014
 Alumni Recruitment Assistant/Receptionist Needed (Work Study Only) Alumni Recruitment Assistant/Receptionist for the Department of Alumni & Development: (Work study only) Assist the Alumni Department in recruitment and office responsibilities while gaining valuable work experience in office procedures, recruitment strategies, and a taste of events planning experience. Recruitment responsibilities include updating records in the alumni database, increasing membership in the LinkedIn alumni association group through online invitations, and assisting in the coordination of college and alumni special events. Front desk/Receptionist responsibilities include, but are not limited to: answering phones and greeting alumni and volunteers in a professional & friendly manner. Other duties may include: word processing, filing, faxing, copying, printing, mail distribution and occasional delivery on campus. Student must have good communication, customer service, and computer skills. Work Hours: Flexible schedule up to 19 hours per week.  M-F 8am-5pm
 Ap Tech,Family&Cnsmr Sciences
 Fall
2014
 CAD Lab Assistant: Must have knowledge of AutoCAD, Revit, Word, Excel and Powerpoint software. Answer student Drafting and CAD software questions during open CAD lab hours, assist faculty during lab classes, monitor CAD lab materials and equipment, copying and filing, other duties as assigned.  M-F 8 am-4:30 pm flexible
 Athletics
 Fall
2014
 Student will organize and facilitate our cancer awareness/red cross events (8 throughout the year) in addition to working with our recent partnership with Valley Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Works as an athletic department liaison with big brothers/big sisters program are directly affected by poverty.  TBD
 Behavioral Sciences
 Fall
2014
 Answer phones, greet visitors, assist with copying and other faculty needs, help the department administrative assistant with mail, filing and other office tasks, word processing and database tasks  Between 8-4
 Comm,Reading,ASL,Edu
 Fall
2014
 Work with Program Director and Administrative Assistant to assist with programatic needs for the ASL, Deaf Studies and Interpreter Preparation Programs including: recruitment of new students, assisting with the ASL/IPP lab needs and coverage where necessary and additional duties as assigned.  Varied
 Computer Commons
 Fall
2014
 The Computer Commons is an instructional open-computer lab facility available to all Phoenix College faculty, staff and students. Student assistants provide support to students, faculty and staff with their hardware/software questions in an open lab environment. Duties include open/close the lab, provide help-desk coverage, setup classrooms, online course support, help students create their user accounts, help students reset their password, printing, saving documents, general clerical and any other duties assigned. Student Assistants must have good customer service experience, computer usage experience, MS Office experience, follow directions well, good communication skills and work well with our diverse student population. Flexible work hours include morning and evenings.  Mon-Thurs. 7:30 AM - 10 PM, Friday 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 5 PM
 English
 Fall
2014
 Duties include general clerical duties, including meeting and working with the public; answering phones; taking messages; filing; general clerical work; document duplication; running campus errands  8:00 am - 1:00pm and 2:00pm- 7:00pm
 Enrollment Services
 Fall
2014
 The Hannelly Center One Stop has five (5) positions available working in multiple areas within the One Stop. Duties include assisting students at self-help stations, answering basic student admission, registration and financial aid questions, participating in recruitment events, database entry, assisting with special events and projects, and general clerical. Requires strong communication and customer service skills, professional and friendly attitude, computer proficiency, and basic knowledge of Phoenix College such as; services for students, locations on campus and navigating My.maricopa.edu.  20 hours a week
 Facility Events-Fleet Services
 Fall
2014
 Filing, data entry, answering phones, checking set-ups, greeting internal & external customers.  12:00pm-4:00pm or 12:30pm-4:30pm
 Fine/Performing Arts -Theater
 Fall
2014
 Assist in all areas of Technical Theatre production. Including, but not limited to; hanging and focusing lights, setting up and operating sound equipment, building and painting scenery, as well as answering phones and operating ticketing system for performances. No experience necessary. General knowledge of tools a plus. Must be able to lift a minimum of 15 pounds, and be ok with heights.  20 hours per week
 Information Technology Support
 Fall
2014
  A successful applicant must have great customer service skills and enjoy working with technology. No other skills or experience required. Duties will vary depending on the needs of department  20 Hrs Per Week - Flexible
 Liberal Arts
 Fall
2014
 Assist all Liberal Arts Dept. Faculty and Staff with administrative duties, errands, events and projects. Searching for work-study students that are able to work during the morning starting at 8 a.m., which will be coordinated around their class schedule.  20 hrs. per week
 Library Operations
 Fall
2014
 Student must have good communication, customer service, and computer skills and be able to work well with a diverse population. Will assist students, faculty, staff, and community borrowers at service desk(s) answering phones and in person. This will include cash handling, updating library user accounts, checking out/in and renewing library materials including lap tops; utilize cash register to make change and sell headphones and flash drives. They must have computer usage and and MS Office experience as they will assist users with computers, printer, saving documents, use of software, accessing online classes, My.Maricopa applications including email and use of photocopy machines. They will perform other clerical duties and assist supervisor and library faculty with special projects. Student will be required to learn Library of Congress classification system in order to shelve & retrieve library materials.  Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 10pm; Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm; Saturday 9a-5:00p
 Mathematics
 Fall
2014
 Office support: complete calculator rental contracts, answer questions regarding math classes, check students in/out of tutoring lab using TutorTrac, document filing/shredding, other office duties as they arise.  19 per week
 Nursing
 Fall
2014
 We have (2) positions open Fall 2014 - Working within a Nursing learning college environment, this position provides clerical and administrative assistance involving working with students, customer service, data collection, information processing, and routine dealings with highly confidential information and sensitive situations in the Nursing Department. Works with a diverse population of Nursing faculty, adjunct faculty, staff, Nursing students, security and the public. Assists with the day-to-day operation of PC Nursing by providing general clerical support, this includes receptionist, composing routine correspondence, assist with events, coordinating services such as printing, word processing, mail, student files, filing, preparing and printing documents, preparing files for storage and destruction, screening in-coming telephone calls and routing to appropriate personnel in Nursing or PC main campus or other MCCCD campuses and Maricopa County Community District- Experience maintaining confidentiality and handling highly sensitive information - Experience communicating effectively orally and in writing; knowledge of proper English - Experience using software applications such as Microsoft Office, email, websites - Nursing office hours 7:30AM - 4:30PM Monday - Friday - Closed 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Location is 3700 North 3rd Avenue (3rd Avenue & Clarendon)Please send email to schedule an interview - Teresa.domenzain@phoenixcollege.edu  
 Office of the President PC
 Fall
2014
 Greets public, provides information and assistance to visitors, students, and staff; high level of confidentiality; provides clerical support with operation of PC using Microsoft Office Suite, answers phones and acts as receptionist for President�s Office; receives and distributes mail; maintains records and files. Able to effectively communicate orally and in writing with internal and external community.  8 am - 12 pm and 12 pm - 5 pm
 PC President Admin Assistant
 Fall
2014
 Receptionist duties, including: provide general clerical support, greet internal and external visitors, maintain a high level of confidentiality, answer phones, take messages for president and staff, oversee office while the Administrative Assistant is out of the office. Able to effectively communicate orally and in writing with internal and external community.  varies
 Success Center
 Fall
2014
 Help Desk Assistant for Learning Commons-Must have good communication and customer service skills. Must have good computer skills and multi-tasking capabilities. Duties include directing students to services and resources in-person or by phone; assisting students with computer sign-in system (TutorTrac); checking in and out of textbooks,study rooms, or other Learning Commons resources. Other duties as assigned.  15 hours/week: 9am-2pm and/or 2pm-7pm

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