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Career Opportunities

Community Service Student Worker

Department: Career Services
Supervisor: Tawny Hernandez
Job Title: Community Service Student Worker America Reads/America Counts
Term: Spring 2016
Geared Toward: All MSC Programs

JOB DESCRIPTION:

These positions are community service positions.  Students who are hired must be eligible for the

Federal Work Study Program. Students will assist teachers and after school staff members at local elementary schools and after care programs in the City of Monrovia. The Director of Student Finance will verify Federal Aid eligibility and then work with the Director of Career Services to hire for community service positions.

After School programs will determine the children who need tutoring and the specific needs of those children in order to maximize the effectiveness of the tutoring.  The tutors will work from 4-8 hours per week at the offsite location specified.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Tutoring in one-on-one or in group settings
  • Adequate reading and math skills
  • Reliable for of transportation
  • Availability to work a set schedule 2-3 day per week (Monday through Friday, no weekends)
  • Previous tutoring experience is preferred
  • Passion for helping others
  • Ability to work with K-12 school students of diverse backgrounds

Location Sites may include:

  • Boys and Girls Club of Monrovia
  • Monrovia City Library
  • Monrovia Elementary & Middle Schools

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  1. Preference given to second-year or third-year students.
  2. Active in your first year in student organizations and other campus activities.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application

IT Support - Student Worker

Department: IS
Supervisor: Tim Peterson
Job Title: IT Support – Student Worker
Term: Spring 2016
Geared Toward: IS Programs

OVERVIEW:

Student workers in the IT Department will attain a useful amount of knowledge while working as IT Support. The first is hands on experience with basic and introductory IT skills.  Particularly in the help desk and troubleshooting areas.  The main benefit for working in the IT Department is that it is a critical addition to anyone looking to enter the job market in IT.  Having this type of work experience on a resume after graduation is tremendous help in entering the workforce.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

One of the main roles of an IT Department Student Worker is to ensure that classes, students, and instructors are able to function.  Student Workers will be checking classroom equipment, performing maintenance on workstations, accommodating IT needs and assisting in very basic troubleshooting. This is a highest level position available Student Worker position at the college it is expected that the IT Department Student Workers be a step above the others.

IT Student Workers work the graveyard shifts.  This is the time usually at the end of evening classes and start of the afternoon classes or Saturday all day.  Saturdays are reserved for those who have the most experience in the IT Department.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Professional and friendly customer service
  • Remain organized and manage multiple requests at one time
  • Capable to communicate well both verbally and written
  • Ability to quickly troubleshoot and solve problems in a timely manner
  • Ability to follow-up and follow through without being asked
  • Must be motivated and eager to learn
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Results driven and team oriented

Work Shifts:

Monday-Friday:           4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Saturday:                      8:00 am – 12:30 pm & 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  1. Preference given to second-year or third-year students.
  2. Active in your first year in student organizations and other campus activities.

To apply please see Ceora Brown in the LRC for applications.  Deadlines for applying to position is Monday, March 21, 2016.

Mandatory Student Worker orientation TBA.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application

Office Assiatant - Student Worker

Department: Career Services
Supervisor: Tawny Hernandez
Job Title: Office Assistant- Student Worker
Term: Spring 2016
Geared Toward: Business Students

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Career Services Department is hiring part-time student assistants for the Spring 2016 quarter. This position involves a variety of clerical duties including:  greeting clients and visitors, telephones, filing, mailing, data entry, assisting/coordinating with campus events. Some physical labor may be required.

Student Workers in this position generally work 10 hours per week.  Morning and afternoon shifts vary based on the college needs and student workers can be scheduled Monday – Saturday.  Additional evening or weekend hours may be assigned for selected events.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to work cohesively with others in a fun, fast paced environment
  • Provide excellent and professional customer service and communication to clients/visitors
  • Flexible and willing to assist with various clerical functions
  • Upbeat positive attitude
  • Knowledge in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Self-starter
  • Organizational skills

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  1. Preference given to second-year or third-year students.
  2. Active in your first year in student organizations and other campus activities.

To apply please see Ceora Brown in the LRC for applications.  Deadlines for applying to position is Monday, March 21, 2016.

Mandatory Student Worker orientation TBA.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application

LRC Assistant - Student Worker

Department: Learning Resource Center
Supervisor: Ceora Brown
Job Title: LRC Assistant– Student Worker
Term: Spring 2016
Geared Toward: All Programs

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Performs circulation desk procedures:

  • Checking in and checking out materials,
  • Registering patrons
  • Does data entry and filing.
  • Digitizes library statistic reports
  • Processes, withdraws, repairs, or reconditions library materials
  • Shelves library materials and reads shelves.
  • Sorts and routes mail.
  • Assists patrons with general questions
  • Assists students with tutoring appointments
  • Assists with room reservations
  • Assists with designing library programs and displays.
  • Assists patrons with mechanical operations of library equipment (i.e. computers, printer)
  • Answers directional questions and refers patrons to appropriate personnel.
  • Enforces LRC policies and procedures
  • Performs other related work as required.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to operate library computers properly
  • Working knowledge of English grammar and spelling
  • Willingness to learn library skills
  • Familiarity with Adobe software, Mac computers, PC computers
  • Effectively communicate ideas and information both in written and oral form
  • Reading ability: effectively read and understand information
  • Ability to comprehend and follow instructions: effectively follow instructions from supervisor, verbally and in written form.
  • Working knowledge of library circulation methods and procedures preferred
  • Computer troubleshooting & installation experience preferred
  • Graphic design experience preferred

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  1. Preference given to second-year or third-year students.
  2. Active in your first year in student organizations and other campus activities.

To apply please see Ceora Brown in the LRC for applications.  Deadlines for applying to position is Monday, March 21, 2016.

Mandatory Student Worker orientation TBA.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application

App Developer - Student Worker

Department: Marketing
Supervisor: Marina Gantioque
Job Title: App Developer – Student Worker
Term: Spring 2016
Geared Toward: Media Arts Students

OVERVIEW:

We’re looking for a Mobile Intern to help build Mt. Sierra College cutting-edge iOS and Android apps. We’re building the tools that allow students to check schedules and other important information on their tablets and mobile phones. You will work alongside and learn from our Marketing team who will help you develop your skills as a Mobile App Developer.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Design and build applications for the iOS and/or Android platform
  • Collaborate with Marketing Team to define, design, and ship new features
  • Provide technical planning, development, and systems integration
  • Work on bug fixing and improving application performance

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Working towards BS degree in Information Technology or visual Arts
  • An understanding of Mobile App patterns
  • A curiosity for understanding user behaviors and improving user interactions
  • Attention to quality through Mobile App Testing Tools
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and desire for constant improvement

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  1. Preference given to second-year or third-year students.
  2. Active in your first year in student organizations and other campus activities.

To apply please see Ceora Brown in the LRC for applications.  Deadlines for applying to position is Monday, March 21, 2016.

Mandatory Student Worker orientation TBA.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application

Peer Tutor

PURPOSE

The purpose of all tutoring at Mt. Sierra College is to help students (tutees) become more independent learners. Tutors provide individual and/or group tutoring to students for all programs. Tutors may meet with students on a short or on-going basis to clarify and review concepts taught in class, explain processes and help students solve specific problems. Tutoring is a “student-centered” activity, meaning that tutoring sessions is determined by the student’s needs. Please Note: Tutoring is a supplement to teaching, not a replacement for class attendance and participation.

GOALS

1. To help students maximize, expand, and improve their academic skills

2. To listen & respond to the academic needs of others with creativity, energy, sensitivity and patience

3. To reinforce students’ understanding of subject-specific course material

4. To share subject-specific study skills

5. To promote the services, resources, and programs of the LRC

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Provide subject-specific content help to students through either individual (assigned) or small group assistance.

2. Facilitate active learning by allowing the tutee to determine the content and pace of the tutoring session

3. Provide guidance and direction to tutees in order to help the student become a more independent learner.

4. Develop a schedule of available hours and submit them to the Librarian as required

5. Respond to all tutoring emails and requests within 48 hours

6. Encourage students to attend faculty office hours

9. Complete all required paperwork prior to the start of the session

10. Contact faculty member for any courses you wish to tutor and have them complete the Faculty Recommendation Form.

11. Maintain regular and accurate records of tutoring sessions using the Tutoring Assignment Log, Student Evaluations, and Tutor/Learner Contracts.

12. Sign in and out for each shift using the Paychex software.

13. Report any incidents or problems to the Librarian immediately.

REQUIRED

  1.  Provide a written recommendation from instructor or faculty for each course
  2. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

Download Spring 2016 Employment Application