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Teaching Assistant for PSY 201, 202, 313

Department: Psychology, Northwood
Immediate Supervisor: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Phone Number: 724-847-6547
Dress Code: Casual
Work Hours/Schedule: to be determined.

Primary purpose of position: to assist instructor, serve as a resource for students.

Duties and responsibilities: to run pre-exam/review session in the evenings before the 4 exams for each class. Total of 18 hours for the semester.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: knowledge of PSY 201, 202, 0and 313.

Educational requirements and/or experience: Psychology major. Successful completion of PSY 201, 202, and 313

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014

Humanities Teaching Assistant

Department: Humanities
Immediate Supervisor: Humanities Faculty
Pay Rate: 750.00 per semester
Hiring Manager: Humanities Faculty/Lori Symmonds
Phone Number: 724-847-6620
Dress Code: Casual
Work Hours/Schedule: varies, approximately 10 hours per week.

Primary purpose of position: Providing teaching and grading assistance to Humanities Instructors.

Duties and responsibilities: Tracking student attendance, grading, assisting in discussion sections, substituting for instructors in discussions if needed, leading review sessions.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Humanities course content knowledge. Ability to lead discussions in instructors' absence.

Educational requirements and/or experience: Must have completed the Humanities sequence (103, 203, 303) with no lower than a B in any of these courses. Overall college average of a B or better.

Additional information: Applications may be obtained in the Humanities Office in Fern Cliffe. Students will be required to submit 2 letters of recommendation: 1 student and 1 faculty.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014

Integrated Media Center Technician

Department: Communication Department: Integrated Media Center
Immediate Supervisor: Professor Richard Talbert
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Professor Richard Talbert
Phone Number: 724-847-6673
Dress Code: Casual
Work Hours/Schedule: Five hours per week (avg.) The employee should be available to work approximately two daylight hours during the week and three evening hours on one weeknight. Hours may vary depending on building needs.

Primary purpose of position: The employee will aid in the operation of the IMC.

Duties and responsibilities: The employee will be expected to monitor student usage of the building and assist students with the audio/video production equipment. The employee will help to organize, catalog, and maintain the equipment and facilities. Light lifting of equipment may be required. The employee may also help with administrative office duties.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: The employee must be highly responsible and organized. Knowledge of audio/video hardware and software strongly recommended. The employee must work well with others and be able to assist students in a friendly, courteous, and professional manner.

Educational requirements and/or experience: The ideal employee should be an upperclassman and be connected to the Communication Department, particularly the Integrated Media emphasis. Others that meet the above requirements are encouraged to apply.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014 and Spring 2015. Potential for summer 2015 hours. Potential for extension into 2015-2016 academic year

Accompanist for Music Department Studio Lessons

Department: Music
Immediate Supervisor: Donald Kephart, Ruth Vos
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Ruth Vos
Phone Number: 724-847-6660
Dress Code: Casual for rehearsals. Concert attire for any performances
Work Hours/Schedule: to be set with Private Instructors

Primary purpose of position: To accompany private lessons students in weekly lessons for preparation of performance needs

Duties and responsibilities: prepare music for private lessons so lesson time can progress effectively

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: student must have strong piano skills and experience as an accompanist is very helpful

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014 and Spring 2015

Grounds Worker

Department: Physical Plant
Immediate Supervisor: Paul Pishioneri
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Paul Pishioneri/Patty Stewart
Phone Number: 724-847-5500
Dress Code: Suitable for cutting grass, weed whacking, must wear steel toe shoes
Work Hours/Schedule: must be able to work at least a 2 hour block of time (hours at Physical Plant are 7-3:30)

Primary purpose of position: grounds work

Duties and responsibilities: cutting grass

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: must be able to operate a lawn mower

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014

Teaching Assistant for HSV 215

Department: Psychology/Human Services - Northwood
Immediate Supervisor: Stephanie Schindel
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Dr. Diana Rice
Phone Number: 724-847-5236
Dress Code: Casual
Work Hours/Schedule: flexible

Primary purpose of position: Assisting the professor.

Duties and responsibilities: Grading

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Advanced understanding of human service theories and concepts

Educational requirements and/or experience: successful completion of  HSV 215

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014

Dare2XL After-School Program Learning Assistant

Department: Center for Faith and Practice
Immediate Supervisor: Missy  Nyeholt
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Missy  Nyeholt
Phone Number: 724-847-6816
Dress Code: Casual
Work Hours/Schedule: 8 hours/week: Afternoon hours flexible with your schedule

Primary purpose of position: Work study students will be assisting teachers' implementation of the DARE2XL after-school program rules and guidelines.

Duties and responsibilities:
*Greet student as they arrive to the program
*Assist students in completing program forms such as warm-up and kool-down
*Assist the teachers during snack time. Help pass out snacks and clean up
*Assist teachers with motivation. This includes but is not limited to leading motivational pledges
*Monitor and tutor students in completing and reviewing their homework
*Complete and check all required forms (warm-ups, kool-downs, daily reports)
*Report all discipline problems to the teachers
*Help maintain a positive, fun and safe environment for the students
*All other duties asked of Dare2XL staff

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: 
*A desire to interact with children or youth in a task directed manner
*Flexibility
*Responsible and self-motivated 

Educational requirements and/or experience:
*Experience with children or youth preferred
*Background in education, youth ministry, or camp beneficial

Additional information:
*This position is located off-campus and transportation is not provided
*Students are required to attend an orientation and training session at the start of each semester

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall 2014

Accompanist for Music Department Studio Lessons

Department: Music
Immediate Supervisor: Donald Kephart, Chair
Pay Rate: Minimum
Hiring Manager: Donald Kephart, Chair
Phone Number: 6749
Dress Code: Casual

Work Hours/Schedule: to be worked out with Private Instructors

Primary purpose of position: Accompanists are needed for most students taking private lessons throughout the semester.

Duties and responsibilities: Prepare music for private lessons and students recitals.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Students must have strong piano skills and experience as an accompanist is very helpful. 

Additional information: Students will be required to meet with and audition for this position

Teaching Assistant for PSY 325 and PSY 411

Department: Psychology-Northwood
Immediate Supervisor: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Pay Rate: Minimum Wage

Hiring Manager: Dr. Danny Hitchcock
Phone Number: 724.847.6547
Dress Code: Casual

Work Hours/Schedule: to be determined

Primary purpose of position: to assist the professor with assigned duties

Duties and responsibilities:
* Resource for students
* Grading 

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: 
* Psychology major
* GPA of 3.0 or higher
* successful completion of PSY 325 and 411

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Spring 2014

Banquet Workers

Department: Food Service
Immediate Supervisor: Clayton Cappellanti
Pay Rate: Minimum wage 
Dress code: black pants & white shirt

Work Hours/Schedule: flexible

Hiring Manager: Pam Veon, 724-847-6522, ccappell@geneva.edu

Primary purpose of position: Serving, cleaning up, & setting up

Duties and responsibilities: Serving, cleaning up, & setting up

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:N/A

Educational requirements and/or experience requirements: N/A

Semester(s) and Year(s) hiring for:

Additional information: none

Food Services Various Positions

Department: Food Service
Immediate Supervisor: Jim Nescot
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Dress code: casual, black/white for banquet workers
Work Hours/Schedule: flexible

Hiring Manager: Jim Nescot, 724-847-6524, jdnescot@geneva.edu

Primary purpose of position: Assist in food service

Duties and responsibilities:Various

Knowledge, skills and abilities required:N/A

Educational requirements and/or experience requirements:N/A

Additional information: Sign up for semester jobs (if available) or occasional banquet work.


 

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Reformation Day Service
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