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2016-2017 Student Employment Positions


Please view employment positions and contact the supervisor(s) listed with the job(s) of interest.   

 

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION

Student Media Chief Designer, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall
Hours per week:  3

Purpose of Job:
Since the demise of the Courier (the student newspaper), the Communication Department started planning to reinvent student publications into a new student media. Currently, we are seeking students to lead the effort to build and shape the new Student Media Initiative. 

For the remainder of the Fall 16 semester, we are seeking one student to be the Student Media Chief Designer.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Duties may include

1. working about three hours per week;
2. conducting regular meetings among staff;
3. leading the decision-making among students (and in consultation with the Communication Department and the acting Student Media Advisory Board) about what the student media venue(s) should be called, what the venue(s) should look like, what media should be included and when, how the venue(s) should be structured, and what priorities should govern activities;
4. leading the effort to have a student media up and running sometime in Spring 2017;
5. making formal proposals about those decisions to the acting Student Media Advisory Board;
6. preparing proposal for a Student Media student club in which non-paid staff may participate;
7. attending Student Media discussions arranged by the Communication Department as a non-voting member;
8. managing staff; and 
9. recruiting and managing volunteers with the help of and in consultation with Board members.

Job Qualifications:
Interested students should write an email with the subject line “Student Media Editor” to communication@clarke.edu. In the email, please explain why you are interested and why you are well suited for the position. Attach a resume if you have one. 

Wage:  $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  David Deifell, david.deifell@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6335

Notes:  This position may be extended into the spring semester.



Student Media Editor-in-Chief, 2 positions
Timeframe:  Fall
Hours per week:  3

Purpose of Job:
Since the demise of the Courier (the student newspaper), the Communication Department started planning to reinvent student publications into a new student media. Currently, we are seeking students to lead the effort to build and shape the new Student Media Initiative.

For the remainder of the Fall 16 semester, we are seeking two students to be Student Media Editors-in-Chief.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Duties may include

1. working about three hours per week;
2. conducting regular meetings among staff;
3. leading the decision-making among students (and in consultation with the Communication Department and the acting Student Media Advisory Board) about what the student media venue(s) should be called, what the venue(s) should look like, what media should be included and when, how the venue(s) should be structured, and what priorities should govern activities;
4. leading the effort to have a student media up and running sometime in Spring 2017;
5. making formal proposals about those decisions to the acting Student Media Advisory Board;
6. preparing proposal for a Student Media student club in which non-paid staff may participate;
7. attending Student Media discussions arranged by the Communication Department as a non-voting member;
8. managing staff; and
9. recruiting and managing volunteers with the help of and in consultation with Board members.

Job Qualifications:

Interested students should write an email with the subject line “Student Media Editor” to communication@clarke.edu. In the email, please explain why you are interested and why you are well suited for the position. Attach a resume if you have one. 

Wage: $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  David Deifell, david.deifell@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6335



Student Media Digital Manager
, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall
Hours per week:  3

Purpose of Job:
Since the demise of the Courier (the student newspaper), the Communication Department started planning to reinvent student publications into a new student media. Currently, we are seeking students to lead the effort to build and shape the new Student Media Initiative.

For the remainder of the Fall 16 semester, we are seeking one student to be the Student Media Digital Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Duties may include

1. working about three hours per week;
2. building the technology infrastructure for the Student Media Initiative;
3. driving the prioritization for the building of the technology infrastructure;
4. managing all related IT functionality for inclusion of student media’s digital presence;
5. attending and participating in regular meetings called by the Editors-in-Chief;
6. participating in the decision-making about what the student media venue(s) should be called, what the venue(s) should look like, what media should be included when, how the venue(s) should be structured, and what priorities should govern activities; and
7. attending Student Media discussions arranged by the Communication Department as a non-voting member.

Job Qualifications:
Interested students should write an email with the subject line “Student Media Digital” to communication@clarke.edu. In the email, please explain why you are interested and why you are well suited for the position. Attach a resume if you have one. 

Wage:  $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  David Deifell, david.deifell@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6335


 

 

 

 

 




CONFERENCE AND EVENTS

Wait Staff, 7 positions
Timeframe: Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  0-15

Purpose of Job / Duties & Responsibilities:
Help setup and serve events at Clarke University.

Job Qualifications:
Must be a timely and reliable worker.

Wage:  $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  Mary Kay Hurm, marykay.hurm@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6490

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRUSADER CAFE

Cook, 8-15 positions
Time frame:  Fall / Spring
Hours per week:  5-20

Purpose of Job:
Assist in Food Service preparation.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Cooking, Sanitation & Customer Service.

Wage:  $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  Tricia DeLire, tricia.delire@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6428

Student workers receive a free meal during their work shift.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DINING SERVICES

Cafeteria Assistant, 12 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  5-10

Purpose of Job:
To assist the Dining Services Department in serving our guests needs in the Dining Hall.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Serving on hot line, ware washing, and food preparation.

Job Qualifications:
Must be reliable and hard working.

Wage:  $8.00/hr.

Supervisor:  Steve Neese, steve.neese@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6328

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

Student Groundskeeper, 4 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  10-19

Purpose of Job:
Student Groundskeeper - Assist the Grounds Maintenance staff in maintaining the campus grounds. 

Duties & Responsibilities:
Job duties will include - weeding, watering, push mowing, string line trimming, trash clean up, snow removal and more.

Job Qualifications:
Applicants must be able to lift 50lbs, be in good physical condition, enjoy working outdoors, and work in all weather conditions including cold and rain. You may be required to work events that may fall on weekends or evenings.

Wage:  $8.50/hr.

Supervisor:  Joel Leach, joel.leach@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6496

 

 



 

 

 

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Computer Center Assistant, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  19

Purpose of Job:
Assist Helpdesk and Computer Center staff daily with IT projects, while gaining experience in technology systems management.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-Help build and deploy new technologies across campus
-Provide Helpdesk coverage during staff absences 
-Assist campus users in person and over the phone with issues related to computer, network, or internet access.

Job Qualifications:
Basic knowledge of IT and computer operations - majoring in MIS or Computer Science is a plus.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Danielle Stowell, danielle.stowell@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6301.

 

 

 



 

 

 

MUSIC

Band Assistant/Librarian, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  2

Purpose of Job:
Complete tasks assigned by the director of bands.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Tasks include filing, sorting, cataloging and monitoring of the library of band music; setting up music for rehearsals.
 
Job Qualifications:
Familiarity with Microsoft Office Excel and Word is necessary.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  David Resnick, david.resnick@clarke.edu. (563) 588-6336

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

 




Music Library Assistant, 2 positions
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  4

Purpose of Job:
Complete tasks in the music library.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Complete tasks in the music library: filing, sorting, cataloging, and monitoring the use of the music library.
 
Job Qualifications:

Organizational skills

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Jeremy Mims, jeremy.mims@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6412

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

 

 

 

Music Office Assistant, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  3

Purpose of Job:
Assist the music department with administrative functions.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Filing, sorting and organizing, cleaning, typing, designing bulletin boards, etc.

Job Qualifications:

Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher are preferred. May be assigned in conjunction with a music library assistant position.

Wage:  $7.25/hr.

Supervisor:  Jeremy Mims, jeremy.mims@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6412

 

 

 

 

 

 

NURSING AND HEALTH

Office Assistant, 1 position
Timeframe:  Fall/Spring
Hours per week:  5

Purpose of Job:
To assist Faculty and Staff in the Nursing department with office clerical work. 

Duties & Responsibilities:

Maintain confidentiality of information acquired in performance of position functions. Perform a variety of duties as directed. Duties include but are not limited to: 
1. Data entry. 
2. Filing. 
3. Mail distribution. 
4. Copying. 
5. Errand on campus. 
6. Assisting the office coordinator with preparing reports, surveys, etc.
7. Other duties as assigned. 

Job Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Language Skills: Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, able to communicate with diverse populations.

Mathematical Skills: Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and ability to work with ratios, percentages, and fractions. Acute attention to detail and accuracy. 

Reasoning Ability:  Self-motivated and requires minimal supervision. Enthusiastic with positive attitude. Good judgment and decision-making skill within the scope of job duties. Maintain confidential information. Honest and works well in a team environment. Committed to high quality results.

Wage:  $7.50/hr.

Supervisor:  Marilyn Jones, marilyn.jones@clarke.edu, (563) 588-6361 
  
Notes: Students with Federal Work Study are eligible for this position.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPORTS INFORMATION

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 

 

 

 

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

Purpose of Job:
Keep statistics for home men’s and women’s lacrosse games.


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


Job Qualifications:
Must be willing to work nights and weekends. Must be willing to learn scoring software. Knowledge of lacrosse helpful, but not necessary.
 
Wage: $7.25/hr.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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