Work-study Positions

Work-study positions

For the 2016-2017 school year, Dixie State University has approximately 130 positions available through the Federal and State Work-Study programs.

These positions are employed on campus and through the Washington County School District (America Reads). A number of the positions meet the requirements of the Department of Education for community service jobs. Community Service jobs are identified in this listing by an * after the job number.

FWS/UCOPE Positions

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DESCRIPTION: Greeting students at the front counter. General office duties, answer phones, register students, filing, verify scanned records and other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to work well with the public. Strong customer service skills. Basic computer skills. Basic typing, 10-key, filing and strong problem solving skills.
DESCRIPTION: Answer phone, greet alumni, create alumni fliers for chapter mailings, stuffing envelopes for homecoming mailings, give tours of alumni house for rentals, set up and take down for events, take reservations, operate office equipment and other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: General office skills, receptionist, ability to operate a computer, knowledge of Word Office products such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Illustrator or Adobe. Strong verbal communication skills a must. Ability to lift at least 40 lbs. Ability to work with all ages of the public, answering phones, giving and receiving directions.
DESCRIPTION: Word processing, filing and receptionist duties, Scantron grading and recording, computer work using Word and Excel, maintain department bulletin board, use computer graphic programs to design flyers advertising department activities, run errands, indexing, telephone assistance when making multiple calls for a project, conduct faculty/student surveys, other duties as assigned. Will help fire and load kilns and resupplying glazes. Must be neat, clean and modestly dressed while working in an office setting. No short-shorts no midriffs. Ceramics Work-study will clean ceramic room/sculpture room and glaze area. He or she will resupply glazes, stock clay, and load kilns. Must be able to left 50 lbs. Ability to design flyers for advertising department activities and run errands. Availability to open the NPLAZA building on Saturday mornings at 9:00 am. Self- motivated a must. Strict confidentiality must be practiced. Promptness a must. Strong work ethics. Ability to listen and follow directions. Willingness to learn. Ability to work well with others. Ability to stay with a job from start to finish. If you do like not detail work, cleaning, and manual labor, this is not for you.

QUALIFICATIONS: General office skills, assignments must be completed in an accurate and timely manner. Knowledge of WordPerfect and Excel a must, knowledge of graphic programs a plus. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strict confidentiality must be practiced. Promptness a must. Strong work ethics. Ability to listen and follow directions. Willingness to learn and ability to work well with others. Ability to stay with a job from start to finish. If you do like not detail work this position is not for you.
DESCRIPTION: General office duties, answering phones, mail distribution, typing, computer entry, running errands as assigned by supervisors. Event duties such as ticket taker or usher, stat crew member, or marketing and promotions assistant. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: General office skills and cashiering experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Strong verbal communication skills and ability to work independently. Flexible hours during the day, but ability to work nights and weekends for events is required.
DESCRIPTION: Assist the Development Office in general office work including answering phones, mass mailing, computer input, mailing of receipts and thank you letters to donors, and finding lost alumni on the internet and other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: General office skills. Must be proficient in Word and Excel. Other computer programs helpful. Good oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in an active office environment. Must be dependable.
DESCRIPTION: Greet patrons, check out books, enter computer data, file books/materials, answer phones, operate office equipment, handle cash transactions, process new materials, and assist patrons with audio visual equipment. Must be willing to work one evening shift (8:00 p.m. - midnight) per week and once every second weekend. *This position meets the requirements of the Department of Education for community service work.

QUALIFICATIONS: General office skills, filing, receptionist, data entry 40 WPM and ability to use copy machines. Previous cashier experience a plus. Ability to proofread and attention to details required. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Ability to do repetitive reaching and bending to retrieve materials for processing. Ability to work independently with strong verbal communication skills a must. Ability to operate audio/visual equipment. Must be able to work with the public, answer phones, give directions and fill requests.
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All requirements of the positions listed above are subject to modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Any one position may not include all the duties listed nor does the example necessarily include all the duties performed.

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