Student Work-Study job openings for 2014-2015 Academic Year

To apply for a Federal Work-Study job you must be eligible for work-study. (Eligibility notice is sent with the Initial Financial Aid Award). Listed below are jobs that are open for the 2014-2015 academic year. Jobs will be added as they become available (subject to change as positions are filled). Once you have decided on an area of interest, complete the following online job application, making sure to list the job(s) you are interested in.

International students are encouraged to apply for Work-Study positions even though they do not meet the Federal Work-Study eligibility requirements.

Go to the CWS Employee page on our.crown.edu to apply for any of the positions listed here.

If you have Federal Work-Study eligibility questions, please call 952-446-4245. 


Gym Setup/Teardown Help Wanted

ACADEMIC_YEAR

2014 

JOB_TITLE

Gym Setup/Teardown  

DEPARTMENT

Student Development/Chapel 

SUPERVISOR

Amelia Schmidt 

SUPERVISOR_EMAIL

Please complete the applicatioin form on Our.Crown under CWS Employee Tab and click on the Go to Application link.

STARTING_DATE

Oct. 13 

ENDING_DATE

May 8 

FLSA_STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS_WORKED

3 days/week
135 hrs/week 

WAGE_RATE

$8/hr 

BRIEF_JOB_DESCRIPTION

Setup process;
· Hoops up 
· Bleachers extended
· Bleacher safety rails installed
· Tarps rolled out of storage and installed on floor from the bleachers to the locker room doors
· Chairs brought from storage on carts and setup in front of the bleachers

Teardown process;
· Chairs restacked on carts and returned to storage
· Tarps rolled back up, put on cart and cart returned to storage
· Trash removed from bleachers
· Bleacher safety rails removed and placed in bleacher rows
· Bleachers retracted
· Hoops down
 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 Prompt and dependable 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

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. 

 

 


 

 

 

Wednesday, 11/06/2013

Student Development and Career Services Office Assistant


ACADEMIC YEAR

2014 

JOB TITLE

Office Assistant for Student Dev. & Office of Career Services 

DEPARTMENT

Student Development and Office of Career Services 

SUPERVISOR

Loni Johnson and Darren Noble  

SUPERVISOR EMAIL

Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

November 10, 2014 

ENDING DATE

May 13, 2015  

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

3-5 days per week; 10-15 hours per week.  

WAGE RATE

Rank II  

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Data entry, database maintenance, research, basic marketing for Career Services, office duties and errands, maintenance of social media for Career Services, other duties determined by the academic calendar.  

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

Limited, but as needed  

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

None  

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

Located in the Student Development office. Will be working with computers, phones, copy machines and scanners. Interaction with students/faculty/staff/visitors.  

JOB PURPOSE

In addition to the above duties, need to be able to follow directions, be detailed and accurate. Basic knowledge of the campus and various offices helpful, as well as Crown culture, campus life and activities.  

QUALIFICATIONS

Team player with both Student Development and Career Services personnel; emotional maturity; confidentiality; punctual; embrace responsibility, good verbal and written communication skills, creative thinking. Will receive training on Jenzabar EX, ImageNow, College Central Network. Working knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher helpful.  

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. 

COMMENTS

Cumulative GPA of 2.75
Emotional Maturity
Confidentiality
Punctual
Detail-oriented/accuracy
Dependable
Responsible  

PREFERRED QUALIFICATONS

Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
Previous office experience  

 

 

Information Technology Student Technician

 


ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-15 

JOB TITLE

Student Computer Technician  

DEPARTMENT

Information Technology 

SUPERVISOR

Raymond Mikesell 

to apply: 

To Apply: Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

November 2014

ENDING DATE

End of Spring Semester 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

Up to 20 hours dependent on Qualifications and work study eligibility 

WAGE RATE

8.00 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION 

The Student Computer Technician is the public face of the Information Technology department and serves as the primary customer contact representative for the Information Technology department to several groups of people, including students, staff, and faculty. This involves addressing issues, such as computer repair, telephone, and network-related requests. They work closely with other IT staff to resolve issues and provide the best possible technical support for the college community. They answer questions in the computer lab and ensure that classroom technology works when it is needed.

* Provide Customer Service for Crown College ensuring customer satisfaction

* Assist with the Management of Classroom and portable Tech

* Various Clerical / Office Tasks 

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

Reports to the Lead Technician for training and duties
Reports to the Department head for All other needs 

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

None 

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

Located in the helpdesk on the 3rd floor/west wing of the Main building. A computer and phone line will be provided and shared amongst all technicians 

JOB PURPOSE

Troubleshoot and resolve issues with various technologies either in person or over the phone. Determine when escalation is needed.  

QUALIFICATIONS

• Knowledge and skill in use of computers and its functions
• Skill in delivering quality customer service across different means of communication
• Skill in listening and interpreting user’s problem description
• Ability to work under minimal supervision while independently seeking ways to organize and improve department operations

• Ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions and the ability to follow through on details
• Ability to coordinate efforts among various group members
• Ability to respect the confidentiality of information present on supported systems
• Ability to address customers with limited technical skills
• Good interpersonal skills
• Knowledge of computer software and hardware
• Knowledge of printers and copiers
• Ability to learn and adapt to change
• Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite and the use of the Internet
• Ability and flexibility to learn new tools and techniques for technology
 

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 twenty five (25) pounds and infrequently lift or move up to 50 pounds. 

COMMENTS

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATONS

Some office experience is preferred. Preference is also given to individuals with proficiency in Microsoft Office and knowledge of PC support topics. In addition, this position requires an individual to be able to lift up to 50 lbs as needed.

The aforementioned statements are intended to give a good framework of the position. They do not encompass all of the possible duties and requirements of the job. 

 

 

Student Computer Web Tech

ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-15 

JOB TITLE

Student Computer Web Tech  

DEPARTMENT

Information Technology  

SUPERVISOR

Software Engineer 

To APPLY

Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

Immediately 

ENDING DATE

DOE 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

20 Hrs wk/ max 

WAGE RATE

8.50 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION 

The Student Computer Technician is the public face of the Information Technology department and serves as the primary customer contact representative for the Information Technology department to several groups of people, including students, staff, and faculty. This involves addressing issues, such as computer repair, network-related, Web related assignments. This position is dedicated to improving Crown College’s web presence and as such, this person needs to be able to work as part of a team and be able to work independently on web related work. They work closely with other IT staff to resolve issues and provide the best possible technical support for the college community. They will be working with other techs and staff members in IT and will be involved with tech I responses on an as needed basis.


 

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

Direct 

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

None 

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

Computer, Phone, Desk 

JOB PURPOSE

45% Support Technical Support Services

A. Provide customer service for Crown College Employees

• Primary role will be working with Software engineer to update current software applications, bug fixes and create new web pages or web projects.
• Password resets for Crown community.
• Computer repairs



B. Provide customer service for Crown College Students and Guests as appropriate

• Respond to phone, email, voicemail, and Web Helpdesk requests
• Internet connectivity
• Printers/Copiers
• Password resets
• Answer questions about email accounts
• Configure wireless internet
• Assist in downloading Microsoft Office Suite
• Assist in the use of Microsoft Office products






35% Manage service requests to ensure customer satisfaction

• Make a preliminary identification of the type of service required for each request
• Assign each service request to the appropriate IT Staff member
• Follow up with the assigned IT Staff member to make sure work is progressing
• Communicate regularly with the customer about the status of the request
• Transcribe verbal requests into Web helpdesk ticket system
• Setup, remove, and repair IT equipment when needed

15% Perform various clerical/office tasks

• Perform data entry tasks
• Send memos, filing, and maintain organization of helpdesk area
• Maintain cleanliness in office areas
• Create documents that assist in answering common questions
• Operate Help Desk or fill in at the Help Desk level on an as needed basis

5% Modify and Maintain the Information Technology Procedures and “How to”

• Create and maintain “How to” and Procedure documents
 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Knowledge of .NET Platform and framework (3.5, 4.0, 4.5)
• Knowledge of programming concepts and/or content management
• Knowledge of CSS concepts and ability to update/maintain/create current CSS
• Knowledge and skill in use of computers and its functions
• Skill in delivering quality customer service across different means of communication
• Skill in listening and interpreting user’s problem description
• Ability to work under minimal supervision while independently seeking ways to organize and improve department operations
• Ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions and the ability to follow through on details
• Ability to coordinate efforts among various group members
• Ability to respect the confidentiality of information present on supported systems
• Ability to address customers with limited technical skills
• Good interpersonal skills
• Knowledge of computer software and hardware
• Ability to learn and adapt to change
• Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite and the use of the Internet
• Ability and flexibility to learn new tools and techniques for technology
 

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

Ability to work on web pages using current technologies or languages: PHP, C#, CSS. This person should also understand web design or have some experience with web design concepts. Some office experience is preferred. Preference is also given to individuals with proficiency in .NET Technologies (ASP.NET, C#, Mobile) and knowledge of PC support topics. 

 

Custodial Assistant FMS

ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-2015 

JOB TITLE

Custodial Assistant 

DEPARTMENT

Facility Management Services 

SUPERVISOR

Angel Perez 

TO APPLY: 

To Apply: Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

Sept 2014 

ENDING DATE

May 2015 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

7 days a week

Various 2 hours shifts available 

WAGE RATE

$8.00 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Vacuuming, sweeping, dusting, mopping, empty trash and other cleaning duties. 

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

Training provided 

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

 

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

COMMENTS

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATONS

Prompt, Friendly, Willing to take directions, Flexible. Being detailed helpful. 

 

 

Assistant Maintenance Technician

ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-15 

JOB TITLE

Assistant Maintenance Tech. 

DEPARTMENT

Facility Management Services 

SUPERVISOR

Durwin (Dewey) Bratsch 

TO APPLY: 

To Apply: Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

Sept 2014 

ENDING DATE

May 2015 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

Monday - Friday

2 hour shifts minimum 

WAGE RATE

$8.00 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Assisting our Maint. Technicians with general maintenance repairs. 

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

YES 

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

 

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

QUALIFICATIONS

General knowledge of tools. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to ten (10) pounds and infrequently lift or move up to 25 pounds. 

COMMENTS

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATONS

Prompt,Friendly, Flexable, Follow directions well, Wlling to learn new skills, 

 

Custodial Assistants - Facility Management Services (FMS)

ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-15 

JOB TITLE

Custiodial Assistants 

DEPARTMENT

Facility Managment Services (FMS) 

SUPERVISOR

Angel Perez 

To Apply:

To Apply: Please complete the CWS application on Our.Crown.edu under the CWS Employee tab

STARTING DATE

Aug. 2014 

ENDING DATE

May 2015 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

Multiple Positions available: 6 hours or 4 hours per week.
Mon./Wed./Fri. - 10:00p -12:00a
Tue. Thurs. 10:00p - 12:00a
Early morning 2 hours shifts may also be available 

WAGE RATE

$8.00 starting 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION

Duties will be cleaning specific areas of the campus which may include restrooms/locker rooms etc. 

SUPERVISON RECEIVED

Training will be provided by supervisor.  

SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS

 

EQUIPMENTJOB LOCATION

Equipement will be provided 

 

 

Food Service

 

ACADEMIC YEAR

2014-15 

JOB TITLE

Food Service Worker

DEPARTMENT

Food Service

SUPERVISOR

Margie Davison 

Phone:

952-446-4191

STARTING DATE

September, 2014 

FLSA STATUS

Non-Exempt, Hourly 

HOURS WORKED

Openings are available weekday evening and all day weekends.

WAGE RATE

8.00 for first year 


 To apply please go to www.passion4foodservice.com/Use hiring code 101 or call 1-855-436-6373.  Use the same hiring code.