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CHM 111 Lab Assistant

Department: Chemistry Department-Science and Engineering Building
Immediate Supervisor: Dr. John Stahl
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Dr. John Stahl
Phone Number: 724-847-6705
Dress Code: None
Work Hours/Schedule: Tuesday evenings 6:30-9:50

Primary purpose of position: Lab Assistant for CHM 111 lab

Duties and responsibilities: To assist professor with set up, clean up and all aspects of the lab: interacting with students, explaining, answering questions and assisting the professor in every way with the lab.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Science background - having completed CHM111 and having an interest and aptitude and patience for explaining science and math required for this lab.

Educational requirements and/or experience: At least sophomore standing - having completed CHM 111.

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

SCS 110 Lab Assistant

Department: Chemistry Department-Science and Engineering Building
Immediate Supervisor: Dr. John Stahl
Pay Rate: Minimum wage
Hiring Manager: Dr. John Stahl
Phone Number: 724-847-6705
Dress Code: None
Work Hours/Schedule: Thursday afternoons 2-4:50

Primary purpose of position: Lab Assistant for SCS 110 lab

Duties and responsibilities: To assist professor with set up, clean up and all aspects of the lab: interacting with students, explaining, answering questions and assisting the professor in every way with the lab.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: Science background and/or having completed SCS 110 successfully and having an interest and aptitude and patience for explaining science and math required teaching non-science students for this lab.

Educational requirements and/or experience: At least sophomore standing with science background and/or having successfully completed SCS 110..

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

Tiger Pause Mentoring Program Mentor

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: 2-4 hours/week, the program runs Monday-Friday between 2:30-4:45

Primary purpose of position: Work study students will be working alongside a female mentee to accomplish goals

Duties and responsibilities:
*To meet with mentee once or twice a week on a consistent basis
*Help motivate and encourage mentee to accomplish set goal
*Provide academic and job-focused help
*Training the mentee to work/run things around Beez Café (making drinks, serving customers, working the cash register, etc.)

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: 
*A desire to interact with middle/high school students in a directed manner
*Flexibility and patience
*Responsible and self-motivated
*Ability to listen as well as train 

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

Additional information:
*Preference will be given to female candidates
*This position is located off-campus and transportation is limited. However, carpooling is a possibility
*Students are required to attend an end-of-the-semester reflection session at the end of each semester

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

Tiger Pause Afterschool Program Tutor

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: 3-6 hours/week

Primary purpose of position: Work study students will be assisting in an after school program for elementary age children

Duties and responsibilities:
*Work with individual students or with a small group of students as instructed by facilitators from Tiger Pause
*Help motivate students
*Provide support for Tiger Pause staff including serving meals and cleaning

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: 
*A desire to interact with children or youth in a task directed manner
*Flexibility and patience
*Responsible and self-motivated 
*Ability to take initiative
*Must have energy and balance responsibility and play

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 limited. However, carpooling is a possibility
*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

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

Photography Intern

Department: PR, lower level Alexander hall
Immediate Supervisor: Kristen Lang
Pay Rate: Minimum Wage
Hiring Manager: Kristen Lang
Phone Number: 724-847-6704
Dress Code: Dress code is dependent upon the type of event the intern will be working. Black polo provided for formal events.

Work Hours/Schedule: Office hours 1-2 a week, plus 1 event (1-2 hours).

Primary purpose of position: The PR photo intern takes professional photos for Geneva's website, publications and social media.

Duties and responsibilities: The PR photo intern is expected to take event, group (posed), commercial (building) and portrait (headshots) photography.

Knowledge, skills and abilities required: The PR intern must have some knowledge of DSLAR cameras. People skills are extremely important as well as the ability to think creatively on your feet. The photo intern also must be able to carry 35 pounds (the lights).

Educational Requirements and/or experience: Applicants are required to show their abilities/experience through samples of their work. Please submit samples to kllang@geneva.edu.

Semester(s) and Years(s) hiring for: Fall and Spring 2014-15 Semesters

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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