Department: Office of Student Engagement & Dean of Students Office
Job Title: Student Assistants
Average hours per week: 5-10
Specific working hours: 8:30-5 M-F – check with department for specifics
- Must possess good oral and written communication skills.
- Requires creativity and ability to work independently.
- Routine duties will vary by specific projects.
- Assists departments and organizations with marketing and distributing various publicity/promotional items.
- May also organize and conduct special events that may include ticket sales, design and produce print publications, gather, interpret and disseminate information.
- Typical duties include; filing, typing, sorting, collating, maintaining records, light clerical work, running errands, giving information, receiving and routing telephone calls, scheduling appointments, unpacking materials, assist with mail – sort, process, issue, deliver and load/unload, and operating office equipment.
- Assists with daily activities, exhibitions and special events.
- Provide customer service in person and over the phone.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Examples of duties:
Complete compliance and safety data reports for Dean of Students tracking approximately 20 registered on-campus student events each month documenting alcohol use and violations of university policy
Manage website and event registration software system for university events generating annual revenues of over $400,000
Registered 2,000 participants for family weekend and answered questions about schedule, local accommodations, and accessibility
Maintain credit card records for 250 student organization accounts representing over 1,500 credit card transactions.
- Effectively and efficiently convey and receive information, both formally and informally, using verbal, non-verbal and writing skills amongst various stakeholders.
- Enhance their time management, problem solving and, teamwork skills
- Understand and apply professional and ethical responsibility
- Develop cognitive and interpersonal skills that are measurable and transferable
- Demonstrate professional communication skills through writing or editing.
- Constructively receive and apply professional feedback
- Develop an understanding of professional cultures and expectations