STUDENT WORK OPPORTUNITIES AT CROWN COLLEGE
FEDERAL WORK STUDY PROGRAM
The Federal Work-Study program provides many on-campus jobs and some off-campus jobs for undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay for educational expenses.
ELIGIBILITY FOR WORK-STUDY
Students who qualify for Federal Work-Study have the opportunity to work and earn money through the Work-Study program. Job opportunities are awarded on the basis of need determined by the FAFSA. A student must complete the FAFSA to determine eligibility. Students who qualify for work-study will receive a work-study application with their initial financial aid award letter.
Work-Study is not treated the same as other forms of financial aid which are available for disbursement near the beginning of a semester. Work-Study awards are considered earning potential. Students must work their hours before receiving work-study wages. Students are paid monthly by check, and may use their earnings for personal expenses or to make payments on their school bill.
There are many jobs available to students each year. The major areas of employment are: library, maintenance, athletics, food service, faculty assistants, clerical, housekeeping, admissions counselor, and receptionist.
Applying for a job? View job listings below. And then complete the application in the student section of our.crown.edu. When a student applies for a job they will receive a confirmation email stating the application was received. The application will be directed to the department that is indicated on the application.
Please note that most positions are filled during new student week in August, or the weeks following the start of the new school year. But there are jobs available later in the year as well, just not as many.
How many hours do I work and when do I get paid? Most students work 10 hours per week and are paid on a monthly basis.
How do I know what my work schedule is? Student workers will work with their job supervisor to create a work schedule that is designed to fit with their class schedule.
How much do I get paid? The starting wage varies and is dependent on skills, performance and longevity. Minimum wage is $8.00 per hour. Beginning August 1st, 2015 minimum wage will be $9.00 per hour. Contact the payroll office for more details on pay rates.
NOT WORK-STUDY ELIGIBLE? If a student did not file a FAFSA or are not eligible for Work-Study funds, they may still be hired for some of the advertised jobs. All students can complete the application for any or all of the jobs they are interested in.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT? If an International Student is seeking to work while attending Crown, they should also apply for the advertised jobs. All students can complete the application for any or all of the jobs they are interested in.
ALL STUDENT WORKERS Please note; that when a student is hired, they must provide employment documentation before they can start their job. This includes a completed W-2 tax form and the I-9 form. To complete the I-9 form you will also need to show identification; such as a Passport, Social Security Card, and/or Birth Certificate, etc. Please bring the originals, because copies of these documents are not accepted, according to U.S. Department of Homeland Security. If you have questions about this please contact our Human Resources department.
Current Student Work Opportunities
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16 JOB TITLE Student Receptionist DEPARTMENT Reception Desk / SAS Undergrad Admissions SUPERVISOR Cheryl Owczarek To Apply: Please complete the application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab STARTING DATE 8-24-2015 ENDING DATE 5-13-2016 FLSA STATUS Non-Exempt, Hourly HOURS WORKED 10 hours/week: including weekdays, 4:00pm-7:30pm; M-F lunch hours; occasional chapel and meeting coverage. Flexible in deciding permanent hours between 3-person student receptionist staff. WAGE RATE starting rate - $9.00/hour BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION Customer service, office management, and self-motivation. SUPERVISON RECEIVED Extensive training provided. Independent work environment. SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS None EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION Reception Desk, front lobby of Main building. JOB PURPOSE The student receptionist is immediately responsible to the Primary Receptionist, and will operate the College switchboard console, promptly answering all calls and routing them pleasantly and quickly; assist visitors to the College, giving a pleasant greeting and offer of assistance, including opening security access doors; serve as the primary contact in the event of an emergency, assisting Student Development personnel by conveying urgent information and contacting the appropriate emergency assistance; make photocopies as requested; maintain the professional appearance of the reception area; maintain familiarity with the Receptionist Manual, attend all required meetings as scheduled, and fulfill all assigned shifts according to policy; present a professional and appropriate personal appearance, in keeping with scheduled campus events and according to policy; and perform various other tasks as requested from College office personnel and as assigned by the Primary Receptionist. QUALIFICATIONS Basic knowledge of College functions, Microsoft Outlook, ability to multitask, skilled in interpersonal communication. Must have teachable, servant attitude; show initiative, dependability, and industrious work ethic. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Sit for extended periods of time. To have hand and arm (or equivalent) dexterity adequate to allow for extensive use of a keyboard for data entry. To talk and hear with enough proficiency to allow for communicating with coworkers and individuals by phone or in person. To have adequate vision to accommodate frequent viewing of computer screens. The noise level is usually moderate. COMMENTS Basic knowledge of College functions, Microsoft Outlook, ability to multitask, skilled in interpersonal communication. Must have teachable, servant attitude; show initiative, dependability, and industrious work ethic. Eligibility for College Work Study required – check with Financial Aid. PREFERRED QUALIFICATONS Previous experience in phones and customer service a plus.
Admissions Office Student Assistant
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015 Summer JOB TITLE Admissions Office Assistant DEPARTMENT Enrollment SUPERVISOR Diana Burg To Apply Please complete the application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab STARTING DATE 05/18/2015 ENDING DATE 08/31/2015 FLSA STATUS Non-Exempt, Hourly HOURS WORKED M-F; 30-40 hrs per week WAGE RATE $10/hr BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION - Data entry for SOS and SAS - Assistance with Events and NSRD (New Student Registration Day) prep and execution - Cover the reception desk during lunch hours and after 4 pm - Telecounseling - Campus tours - Any other assistance that the enrollment division needs SUPERVISON RECEIVED Data entry will be supervised by the communications managers dependent upon which office the student is working in. The receptionist will be responsible for supervision when student is working at the reception desk. SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS None EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION Job locations include W206, W212 and the reception desk. JOB PURPOSE The student office assistant will be expected to sit and complete projects assigned by any of the three supervisors. Additionally the office assistant will be trained to give tours, perform tele-counseling phone calls and be support staff for on and off campus events and fairs. QUALIFICATIONS - Basic typing skills - Knowledge of Microsoft word - Knowledge of Excel - Knowledge of Outlook - The ability to converse comfortably with new people - Willingness to serve in a variety of capacities PHYSICAL DEMANDS Sit for extended periods of time. To have hand and arm (or equivalent) dexterity adequate to allow for extensive use of a keyboard for data entry. To talk and hear with enough proficiency to allow for communicating with coworkers and individuals by phone or in person. To have adequate vision to accommodate frequent viewing of computer screens. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to ten (10) pounds and infrequently lift or move up to 25 pounds. The noise level is usually moderate. COMMENTS - Good academic standing (2.5 GPA or higher) - Attendance as a student at the College for at least one semester - Availability to work at all Admissions visit events - Ability to project a friendly spirit to every visitor - Ability to handle multiple and various demanding situations as they occur simultaneously or individually - Awareness of the College’s calendar events and other related activities - Punctual, flexible, organized, resourceful - Dependable, reliable and conscientious in the performance of all duties - Possess and utilize clear communication skills - Functional knowledge of Crown College faculty and staff and their responsibilities - Knowledge of general office skills and procedures