Student Worker - On Campus (Fall 2022)
Waubonsee Community College

Sugar Grove, Illinois

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Student Worker - On Campus (Fall 2022)

Varies between campuses
Federal Work Study

Waubonsee Community College promotes diversity in faculty, staff, and student recruitment and is committed to hiring and retaining exceptional faculty and staff who are committed to the college's culture of collaboration, professional growth and student success.

Are you an enrolled Waubonsee student looking for a part-time job? We offer part-time jobs that have flexible hours and compliment your class schedule. Waubonsee's Student Worker jobs help build your resume with real world experience and can be found on or off-campus. Hourly pay starts at $14.00/hour. Student positions cannot exceed 25 hours per week or be during scheduled class time. Most positions require a submitted FAFSA to determine eligibility. Consider a student position with Waubonsee!

Responsibilities include: demonstrating a commitment to continuous improvement and ongoing professional growth; greeting and welcoming all in-person visitors by providing prompt, courteous customer service and assistance; answering in-person, phone, and online inquiries; other duties as assigned.

Areas (sorted A-Z) that are looking to hire include:

Academic Support/Peer Mentors/Tutors: Peer Tutors/Mentors (Coach) help develop an enduring, trusting relationships with students and help them: 1) assist peers with course content area tutoring (in-person and/or virtually); and/or 2) with the transition from high school to college, 3) develop effective study strategies and life skills to implement within the classroom and outside of the classroom as students work toward individual academic and personal goals and 4) become more involved on campus by referring them to appropriate department and/or campus resources.

Access Center for Disability Resources: Currently not Hiring.

Admissions: A student worker in Admissions would assist with answering phones and checking in students either in the Admissions suite or at the second floor information desk, entering data into the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, providing campus tours, and general office needs such as filing, making copies, and preparing mail packets. They will also assist with event preparation.

Adult Education: Currently not Hiring.

Athletics: The Athletic Department is hiring for multiple positions. Weight Room Supervisors, Marketing and Social Media, Live Streaming games, assisting with game stats and game day operations. Come join us and support our Chiefs!

Bookstore: The Waubonsee Bookstores provides students with real life experience in a retail environment. If you are a self-starter, detail oriented, are open to learning new tasks each day, and have a passion for helping others please apply!

Business, Technology and Workforce Education: Do you have an interest in automotive technology and customer service and wish to pick up a few hours of evening work during the week? The Automotive Technology Lab Assistant position offers students the opportunity to support our nationally-recognized Automotive Technology program. This student worker is responsible for a range of duties in evening operations, including inventory, customer service, and other tasks that contribute to efficient and safe shop operations. Hours of support coincide with our evening classes and directly support AUT faculty and students. This position is a fantastic resume-builder for a variety of professional career opportunities!

Campus Services: Currently not Hiring.

Arts: Aspiring artists, the Art Department is hiring for Art and Ceramics Studio Assistants. Preference will be given to candidates who have taken an art, photography, and/or ceramics class. Help with set up and take down of studios or darkroom for classes. Monitoring open studio and lab times. Assist with installation of exhibitions as needed. Keeping studios organized and clean. Assist Lab Tech and Coordinator. For Ceramics, familiarity with the clay processes (firing, recycling clay, mixing glazes, rolling slabs). Load, monitor, and unload kilns.

Finance: Assist with the needs of Waubonsee's Finance Department Systems! The Finance Department manages several functions including public records management, student accounts and cashier, budget development, accounting and financial reporting, purchasing, accounts payable, payroll, and mailroom. Gain exposure to how these functions all work together. This position will be helping with general office and technology needs including but not limited to answering system questions, organizing files, running reports, and entering transactions into the system.

Financial Aid: The Financial Aid Office is looking for students to help in a fast-paced office where students will be tasked with many responsibilities that could include the following: assisting students on the computer with filling out the FAFSA, locating missing documents in the student portal, checking students in that come in the office, helping answer phones, data entry projects, helping advisors with projects, and calling students. Students will gain experience in an office setting and strengthen their customer service skills.

Financial Education - Money Matters: NOT HIRING

Human Resources (HR): Do you have a passion for helping people? Do you have strong communications skills, and value the ability to effectively engage employees? Do you want to grow your career in Human Resources? We have a great opportunity for you in Human Resources! You will assist our HR Department with employee engagement, recruitment and provide assistance to many HR-related activities.
Information Technology (IT): The student worker position in the Information Security area provides a real-life experience in safeguarding college's digital assets from the known and unknown threats. If you are self-motivated, love new challenges every day, and are detail oriented - you will love this job!

Library: Currently not Hiring.

Marketing and Communications: Delve into the exciting world of Marketing and Communications! Utilize your creative strengths to help tell the college's story - whether that be through writing, photos, videos, social posts, or something else! Get paid and build your portfolio. Apply today!

Student Accounts and Cashier Office: Currently not Hiring.

Student Life: Student Life is a fast-paced office where students will be tasked with many responsibilities that could include the following: follow up with participants, staffing events and promotional tables, maintain Student Life bulletin boards and easels, data entry, etc. Students will gain experience working for Student Life, gain research, social, and organization skills and learn about logistics to event planning.

Student Services and Alumni Relations: Student Services and Alumni Relations is seeking a student worker to assist with staffing various alumni events, conducting alumni-related research, and gathering alumni data via social media (Facebook Twitter, LinkedIn). Applicants should be proficient with social media, have some knowledge/skill using spreadsheets, and have strong interpersonal skills. This position will develop one's knowledge and skill in providing quality customer service, strengthen one's attention to detail by working with data and spreadsheets, and enhance one's ability to plan and implement events.

Student Success and Retention: Come join the team as our Student Success Ambassador! As our Ambassador you'll be helping us with customer service, data entry/documentation, student outreach (phone/email/text), appointment scheduling, intake, event support, and special projects.

TRIO/SSS: Currently not Hiring.

TRIO/Upward Bound: Currently not Hiring.

Minimum Qualifications

Students should be enrolled in at least 1 credit hours of 100-level courses or acceptable developmental courses during fall/spring/summer semesters.

Must be at least 18 years old.

Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements; A student must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA).

Please submit a resume or summary of work experience (if applicable). If you need assistance in creating a resume, please reach out to Career Development.

Please attach the following documents when applying:

  • Cover Letter-No
  • Resume-Yes
  • References-No (Can be provided at interview)
  • Transcripts-No

  • Position Details
    Grant Funded: Yes
    Minimum Starting Rate: 14.00 - 14.00
    Compensation Type: Hourly
    Work Schedule: Varies
    Work Hours: 25 hours max (per week)
    Testing: No
    Targeted Hire Date:

    Special Instructions: NOTE: For Federal Work-Study positions, Financial Aid will check your eligibility. Please attach all documents at time of application.

    EOE, including disability and veteran

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