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2014-2015 Student Employment Positions

 

CONFERENCES & EVENTS

Event Staff, 4 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  0-10 per week / flexible

Purpose of Job:
To assist Conference & Events with service of events.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Perform a variety of duties depending on the event.  Possible duties include:  wait staff, dish staff, table setting, napkin folding, and valet parking.

Job Qualifications:
Customer friendly, willingness to work hard, able to follow directions, able to lift up to 40 lbs. and push, pull, and lift repetitively.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Wendy Osterberger, wendy.osterberger@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6566.

Notes:  You will need black pants and black closed toe shoes to perform wait staff position.  A black shirt, apron, and name tag will be provided to you.

 

 

 

DINING SERVICES 

Kitchen Attendant, 7 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week: 5-15

Purpose of Job:  
Assist in food serving and preparation.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
Cooking, sanitation, customer service.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Miles Breed, miles.breed@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6554

Notes: Positions are for the Dining Hall and Crusader Cafe combined.



 

 

 

EDUCATION / COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING

School Tutoring/Teacher Assistant, 10 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  10

Purpose of Job:
To provide teacher and student support in local schools.

Duties & Responsibilities:
The job consists of working with students in elementary or middle school, general tutoring, after school program tutoring (3:00 - 4:00 p.m.), working with students during the Friday morning late arrival period (8:00 - 10:00 a.m.), or general classroom teacher assistance.  Students must be professional and dependable.  Students will need to have transportation to area schools or walk to schools close to Clarke.

Job Qualifications:
Prefer education students with experience working with children.

Wage:  $7.50/hr.

Supervisor:  Carolyn Wiezorek, carolyn.wiezorek@clarke.edu, (563) 588-8187.

Notes:  Students must be eligible for Federal Work Study for this position.

 

 

 

ENGAGEMENT AND INTERCULTURAL PROGRAMS

Commuter Assistant, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  10

Purpose of Job:
To serve as a representative of Clarke University and he Office of Engagement and Intercultural Programs by assisting the traditional-aged students living at home be better connected to the Clarke community.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Promote campus events to commuter student populations; publish regular communication to commuter students; maintain bulletin boards and advertising space in the Commuter Lounge; assess commuter student needs.


Job Qualifications:
Current, full-time Clarke University student in good standing; must be a commuter student.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Callie Clark, callie.clark@clarke.edu, (563) 588-8165

Notes:  Please click here for an online application.





 

MARC - (Margaret Mann Academic Resource Center)

 Academic Coach, Varies
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week: 3

Purpose of Job:  
The mission of the Academic Coach is to help students develop self-efficacy with their learning at Clarke and to form effective reading, study, note-taking, time management and learning processes. Academic Coaches also offer academic coaching in course areas as needed.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
The MARC hires students who have a high commitment to helping others achieve their academic goals. Looking for students who are able to relate to and understand students' needs. MARC Coaches help students in a variety of settings - courses, workshops, coffee chats, SWAG, and individual coaching conferences.

Job Qualifications:  
Successful applicants for this position have excellent communicative, academic, and interpersonal skills. They should have and maintain good academic standing and will be willing to work with students in a variety of settings.

Wage:  $7.25/hr./stipend for SWAG Leaders

Supervisor:  Gina Burkart, gina.burkart@clarke.edu, (563) 588-8195

Notes: Applicants are asked to fill out an application and provide references from professors. When all positions are filled, applications will be kept on file and considered when need arises.

 

 

     

SPORTS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Soccer Statistician, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week: varies

Purpose of Job:  
To keep statistics for home soccer matches.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
Keep soccer statistics on a laptop at all home men's and women's soccer matches.  Student must learn Stat-crew in-game scoring software.

Job Qualifications:  
General knowledge of soccer.  Must be able to accurately enter data in a fast paced environment.  Must be willing to work nights and weekends.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Jerry Hanson, jerry.hanson@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6360 




Baseball Statistician, 2 positions
Timeframe:  Spring only
Hours per week: varies

Purpose of Job:  
Keep statistics for all home baseball games.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
Student will attend all home baseball games and enter statistics on laptop.

Job Qualifications:  
Knowledge of baseball scoring.  Must be willing to work nights and weekends.  Must be able to learn scoring software.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Jerry Hanson, jerry.hanson@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6360 




Softball Statistician, 2 positions
Timeframe:  Spring only
Hours per week: varies

Purpose of Job:  
Keep statistics for home softball games.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
Student will attend home softball games and keep statistics live on a laptop.

Job Qualifications:  
Knowledge of softball scoring.  Must be willing to work nights and weekends.  Must be willing to learn scoring software.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Jerry Hanson, jerry.hanson@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6360 

 

 

 

 

ST. MARK YOUTH ENRICHMENT

Para Educator, 3 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  9-10 

Purpose of Job:

Under the supervision of a St. Mark Program Coordinator, Site-Lead, para educators assist the Site Lead with the general supervision and management of the children in the program.  Program varies by school and more specific program information will be provided during interviews. Monthly meetings with program staff are also a requirement.

Duties & Responsibilities:

•       Assist Site Lead to implement daily programming. 
•       Assist with and lead activities designed to enhance the health, emotional, social, intellectual, and physical 
         development of children enrolled in the program. 
•       Assist with homework help (check assignment notebooks and 20 minutes of reading time.)
•       Ensure the safety of the children in program at all times.
•       Enforces all school rules.  Follow the policies and procedures of St Mark Youth Enrichment.
•       Act as a role model for participating youth. Dress appropriately according to employee handbook.
•       Work as a team with other St Mark staff and school staff.
•       Demonstrate positive, high energy and interaction.
•       Effectively communicate with Site Lead, co-workers, parents and program coordinator as needed.
•       Resolve student situations – behavioral, first aid, and emotional.
•       Show up on-time for program (varies by site, but usually 15 minutes before school dismissal).
•       Maintain the confidentiality of all participating children, families and co-workers.
•       Be responsible for the care of all equipment the children use.
•       Meet on a monthly basis with program staff. 
•       Maintain professional relationship with the children, parents and co-workers.
•       Complete general housekeeping to make sure the area is left clean for the next program/class.
•       Treat all children, parents, co-workers and school district staff with dignity and respect.
•       Pick –up snack from St. Mark Youth Enrichment (if assigned).
•       Assist with snack set-up at site according to state guidelines/procedures.
•       Attend all staff development trainings planned by St. Mark Youth Enrichment. 
•       Observe and record the behavior of individual children assigned to their care according to 
         St. Mark Youth Enrichment’s discipline and harassment policies.  Report problematic behavior 
         to the Site Lead who will then report to the Program Coordinator.
 
•      Other duties as requested by the Site Lead or Program Coordinator. 

Job Qualifications:

•       Education or certification around Early Childhood, Elementary Education, reading and/or special education 
         preferred.  
•       Experience working with low income populations preferred.
•       Candidates with Pediatric CPR/First Aid certification preferred. 
•       At least 1-2 years of experience working with children required.  Experience working with groups of 
         children preferred. (Ex:  classrooms, daycare, camp, after school program, childcare, etc.)
•       Ability to demonstrate effective and appropriate teaching and discipline styles.
•       Ability to adjust teaching methods to meet the needs of students.
•       Ability to demonstrate strong organizational skills.
•       Dependable, reliable work/volunteer history.
•       Available to work all days of program.
•       Able to commit to full program year.
•       Reliable transportation to and from program site.

•       Reliable daily communication method – either phone or email.


Wage:  $7.50/hr.

Supervisor:  Becky Herrig, becky.herrig@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6321.

Notes:  Students with Federal Work Study are eligible for this position.

 

 




 

WRITING CENTER  

Academic Coach, 5 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week: 5-7 

Purpose of Job:  
Member of the MARC student staff of academic coaches.

Duties & Responsibilities:  
Assist clients with all phases of the writing process.  This may include brainstorming, revising, editing, and proofreading.  Conferences with clients occur in real time.

Job Qualifications:  
Superior writing skills; knowledge of the basics of APA and MLA styles; ability to relate well with clients; promptness; reliability.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Sue Dolter, susan.dolter@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6511

 

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