Admissions Office Assistant
Hours per Week: 10 Hours/Week
Work Schedule: To be determined; flexible around your class schedule
Job Location: Admissions Office, S1954
Responsibilities/Description: Assist with the varied tasks of the LSC Admissions office to include: data entry, word-processing, copying, filing, scanning and other office tasks as assigned. Office Assistant will also have the opportunity to help with special events such as Open House.
Requirements: Must have solid computer skills and be reliable. Must be a self-starter, self-motivated, dependable and punctual. Must possess strong interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. Ability to work independently and without direct supervision at times, and assist others on the Admissions team. Must adhere to LSC’s policy of student confidentiality. Must be a student currently enrolled at LSC.
Who to Contact: Del Minter, 218-733-7661, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours per Week: 10
Work Schedule: Flexible Monday-Thursday as per agreement with supervisor
Job Location: LSC Nursing Assistant Office/Lab
Responsibilities/Description: Maintaining lab inventory, ordering supplies, making supply kits, creating schedules and forms, taking meeting minutes, filing, misc. tasks as assigned
Requirements/Minimum Qualifications: Must have solid computer skills, CNA on MN State Registry preferred
Who to Contact: Marilyn Slattengren RN, 218-733-5982, email@example.com
Technology Support Center Help Desk
Hours per Week: Up to 15 per week
Work Schedule: Flexible – Monday – Friday (7:30 am – 5:30 pm)
Job Location: LSC Technology Support Center, Room E1001; The Technology Support Center is a one-stop technology help center to assist students with all of their academic computer needs. We assist students with their login information, online classes (D2L e-Campus), email, printing, and scanning.
ResponsibilitesDescription: Assist students with their LSC accounts in person, on the phone, or via email. Assist with LSC Email, D2L e-Campus, software, scanning, and printers. Maintain lab – clean computers, maintain printers, straighten chairs, etc. Collaboratively work with IT Division on other inventory, maintenance, and cleaning projects. Complete other tasks as assigned by the supervisors.
Requirements: Good Customer Service and Communication Skills, Dependable, Basic Computer Knowledge.
Who to Contact: Carly Beckwith, 733-7654, firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by E1001
Entry Level I – Technology Support
Hours per Week: Up to 16 per week
Work Schedule: Flexible, Monday – Friday (6:30 am – 7:30 pm)
Job Location: Technology Division (Atrium)
Description: Work within the IT Division area on inventory, computer maintenance, and/or other relevant computer support. Continually inventory, report, and track equipment. Assist with help desk tickets.
Requirements: Good Customer Service and Communication Skills, Dependable, Minimal Computer Knowledge Needed.
Who to Contact: Carly Beckwith, 733-7654, email@example.com, or stop by E1001
Front Desk Assistants/Campus Ambassadors – Fall 2016
Hours per Week: 10-20 (flexible)
Work Schedule: M-F 8am to 11pm and T and W from 2pm to 5:30pm
Location: Student Resource Center and Information Desk of the E building
Description: Student workers at the Resource Center help students locate their classes and map out where the resources of the college can be found. Another task that student workers are responsible for is processing transcripts that are being sent out of the college and answering phones for the evening main switchboard and Resource Center line. Student workers also help Student Services with conducting tours for prospective/new students and giving tours to prospective candidates who may work for the college in the future as either staff or faculty.
Requirements/Minimum Qualifications: Looking for students who enjoy working with people, can work well as a team with staff and are able to handle confidential information appropriately.
Who to Contact: Chelsea Williams 218-733-7635 firstname.lastname@example.org
LSC Cafe’ Student Assistant
Hours per week: 10-20
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 7:00am-3:00pm scheduling is flexible to work around class schedule
Job Location: LSC Café
Description: Provide excellent customer service to LSC Café customers. To include: cash handling, coffee bar/Barista, dishwashing, stocking and cleaning the café, some food prep.
Requirements/Minimum Qualifications: Must be able to work in a team, have minimum math skills required to operate a cash register, be able to follow directions, be reliable and punctual.
Who to Contact: Bruce Wallis, Food Service Manager, 218-733-7645 or email: email@example.com
Campus Ambassador – Student Services
Hours per Week: 5-20 hours per week (flexible)
Work Schedule: Flexible Monday – Friday (priority for 9:30am – 11:30am or 1:30pm – 3:30pm time slots)
Job Location: Student Services
Responsibilities/Description: Campus Ambassadors work in Student Services and give tours to prospective and new students, answer student questions and help set up on-campus special events. If you enjoy working with others and have great communication skills we encourage you to apply. Flexible hours and a great chance to meet other students and build your resume!
Requirements/Minimum Qualifications: Looking for applicants who are dependable, friendly and like working with people.
Who to Contact: Ashley Grimm, 218-733-7759 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fire Tech/ERTC Assistant
Hours per Week: Up to 20
Work Schedule: Flexible, based on worker’s class schedule and the needs of the ERTC.
Job Location: LSC Emergency Response Training Center (ERTC) 11501 Hwy 23, Duluth, MN 55808 (Gary New Duluth)
Description: To provide cleaning and maintenance of fire/rescue equipment, vehicles, props, classrooms, and living areas, etc. Assist instructors with class prep and equipment restoration. Perform clerical and general custodial work. Assist with other miscellaneous tasks as directed by ERTC staff.
Requirements: Must be enrolled in Fire Tech Degree program and eligible for tuition assistance. Consideration of individual skills, previous work experience, and available work hours will be given.
Who to Contact: Marty Schubitzke, email@example.com (please put “Student Worker Position” in subject line).
Receptionists/Computer Assistants – STARTING FALL 2016
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday: 7:30am – 6:00pm, Friday: 7:30am – 4:00pm
Hours per Week: 10 (within hours of operation) Preferably able to work in 3-5 hour shift
Description: Greet and assist students as they enter the Learning Center; answer the phone; take messages/tutor appointments; prepare documents and materials that require a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; assist students in navigating online courses and computer skills; perform light cleaning to maintain a neat and orderly work environment.
Requirements: Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel and Publisher) is required; knowledge of D2L (online class) “navigation” and student email required; dependable, polite and friendly, effective speaking and listening skills, strong oral and written communication skills; able to work with diverse student population; casual, appropriate dress; paid tutor training is required and will be provided. Work Study eligibility will likely be a factor.
Who to Contact: Barbara Pezze, Director, Learning Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
Math Tutors – tutors needed for two levels of Math Labs – STARTING FALL 2016
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:30am – 6:00pm, Friday: 7:30am – 4:00pm
Hours per Week: 10 (within hours of operation)
Description: Assist students in understanding math principles; provide study tips/examples of similar problems. Tutors are needed in one of two different Math labs. Math Lab A supports students in classes ranging from Alg. I to Pre-Calc. Math Lab B supports students from Calc I to Diff. Equations. Most student tutors work in one lab or the other.
Requirements: Math Lab A Required Coursework to tutor: Completion of Algebra 1 and 2 and be enrolled in College Algebra or Pre-Calc. with a grade of B or higher in all Math classes. Math Lab B Required Coursework to tutor: Completion of College Algebra or Pre-Calculus and concurrent enrollment in Calculus I with a grade of B or higher in all Math classes. Students who are qualified in the above mentioned are not required to remember all coursework. Tutors will have the assistance of professional tutors and access to text resources. Tutors are expected to demonstrate to students how to find the answers. Work Study eligibility will likely be a factor.
Requirements: Dependable; effective speaking and listening skills; English language proficiency; able to work with diverse student population; casual appropriate dress; paid tutor training is required and will be provided.
Who to Contact: Barbara Pezze, Director, Learning Center email@example.com
LSC IceHawk Soccer Student Manager
Hours per Week: 20-30
Work Schedule: Variable Sunday through Saturday, times to be determined by Coach as needed for practices, games, etc.
Description: Assist with field set up for games and practices, score keeping and stats responsibilities, report scores as per MCAC and NJCAA rules, provide game video recording services, laundering of uniforms and practice gear, prepare ice and sports drinks for team before each game and practice, other non-coaching duties as assigned.
Requirements: Must be enrolled at Lake Superior College at least part-time and meet LSC student employment requirements. Interest in soccer or college athletics preferred.
Who to Contact: Jeff Lightfoot, Head Soccer Coach, 218-733-6920 or firstname.lastname@example.org