Student Callers for Kennesaw State Phonathon

Where: 
Office of Development - TownPoint
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Phonathon calling is underway and will continue throughout the school year. There are multiple Phonathon Caller positions available. Callers are required to work 3 calling shifts, one of which must be on a Sunday. The calling schedule is Sunday – Thursday evenings (5:30 PM – 9:00 PM) and on Sunday afternoons (1:30 PM – 5:00 PM). Occasional daytime and weekend hours are available, but are not routinely scheduled.
Skills required/desired: 
Exhibited passion for Kennesaw State University and the desire to enhance the campus community; excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to reach out over the phone and communicate effectively with people from various backgrounds; availability to work evenings and weekends reliably; attention to detail and organizational skills; ability to handle large quantities of sensitive information securely and efficiently; previous fundraising or sales experience encouraged.
Job Duties: 
This position is for a Phonathon Program Caller, and it calls for 10.5 hours per week (3 shifts of 3.5 hours). Callers are responsible for contacting alumni of Kennesaw State University to solicit financial support for the Kennesaw Fund. Callers will be responsible for using web-based fundraising software efficiently and maintaining a professional and pleasant demeanor while interacting with alumni. Phonathon callers must update contact information, build strong relationships with alumni, and conduct calls with a positive attitude.
Pay rate: 
8.00/hr
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Interested applicants should complete the application at: Kennesaw.thecallingcenter.com

Digital Communication Specialist - Kennesaw

Where: 
CETL House 54
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
20 Hours Per Week
Skills required/desired: 
Demonstrate reliability, punctuality, strong oral as well as written communication skills, knowledge of social media networks and strong customer service skills. Experience with Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop, InDesign, and Microsoft Office suite is essential. Dreamweaver and Illustrator experience are preferable but not mandatory.
Job Duties: 
Primary responsibilities include producing graphics / flyers for promotion of events. The position also entails clerical tasks such as creating written content material, directing telephone communication, data entry, word processing and PowerPoint, converting and managing center archives, regularly assisting visitors and staff with various needs, and running errands on an as-needed basis. Coordinate and staff conferences and other major center-sponsored events. They will assist with special event planning, promotion, and facilitation, including conducting research on venues and services. Communication specialists will create promotional materials and correspondence and generate as well as implement social media strategies. This position will serve as Student Editor of the Kennesaw Journal of Undergraduate Research, reviewing submissions for entry. This position will also serve as Editor of the Undergraduate Research Newsletter, contacting and interviewing student researchers and writing articles on research projects, events, and activities.
Pay rate: 
$10.00 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
https://web.kennesaw.edu/cetl/node/add/student-assistant

Digital Communication Specialist - Marietta

Where: 
H202A
Campus: 
Marietta
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
20 Hours Per Week
Skills required/desired: 
Demonstrate reliability, punctuality, strong oral as well as written communication skills, knowledge of social media networks and strong customer service skills. Experience with Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop, InDesign, and Microsoft Office suite is essential. Dreamweaver and Illustrator experience are preferable but not mandatory.
Job Duties: 
Primary responsibilities entail clerical tasks such as creating flyers and other graphics for promotional items, written content material, directing telephone communication, data entry, word processing and PowerPoint, converting and managing center archives, regularly assisting visitors and staff with various needs, and running errands on an as-needed basis. Coordinate and staff conferences and other major center-sponsored events. They will assist with special event planning, promotion, and facilitation, including conducting research on venues and services. Communication specialists will create promotional materials and correspondence and generate as well as implement social media strategies. This position will serve as Student Editor of the Kennesaw Journal of Undergraduate Research, reviewing submissions for entry. This position will also serve as Editor of the Undergraduate Research Newsletter, contacting and interviewing student researchers and writing articles on research projects, events, and activities.
Pay rate: 
$10.00 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
https://web.kennesaw.edu/cetl/node/add/student-assistant

Lawrence V. Johnson Library Student Assistant Position

Where: 
Lawrence V. Johnson Library
Campus: 
Marietta
When: 
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Skills required/desired: 
Great customer service skills, Microsoft office, Windows Operating Systems, Safari Operating Systems
Job Duties: 
Sit at the Hive Student Assistant Help Desk, answer library computer questions, answer directional questions, troubleshoot computer and printer problems.
Pay rate: 
$7.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Lawrence V. Johnson Library Check Out Desk

Broadcast Services Technician

Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Evenings, weekends, and some business hours.
Skills required/desired: 
Technically inclined and motivated. Must be willing/able to work flexible schedule, with hours in the evenings and weekends. Some work may be outdoors and in varying weather conditions. Must be willing/able to lift 50 lbs or more. Any video production or photography experience is desired. Good problem solving skills. You will be expected to be on time and represent Broadcast Services in a professional manner.
Job Duties: 
This position is a key team member of the Broadcast Services group and will have responsibilities in all aspects of the production of live streaming campus events. Employee will operate broadcast cameras, audio mixers, video switchers, and streaming software to create engaging video content for KSUTV video platform (http://ksutv.kennesaw.edu).
Pay rate: 
7.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Email resume and cover letter to streaming@kennesaw.edu.

Math Tutor in the Cultural Awareness Resource Center

Where: 
Cultural Awareness Resource Center
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
8/17/15
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible
Skills required/desired: 
MUST understand Math 0097, 0098, 0099,1101 and Pr-calculus. The tutor must have a 3.2 GPA and be proficient and knowledgeable in mathematics. Tutor must have an A in courses being tutored. The tutor must be able to observe, diagnose problems, create strategy for improvement, and coach the student toward success. The tutor needs to build mutual respect, use reflective questioning, teach students how to learn, work the concepts, understand the problems, be understanding of the student’s needs, tutor the situation, be empathetic and use different approaches in problem solving. The tutor must be courteous, considerate, committed, and professional so the student will feel the spirit of teamwork. The tutor must be patient and have excellent customer service skills. Must be reliable and organized with strong oral communication skills and a desire to help students academically. Tutoring experience preferred.
Job Duties: 
Tutor student (walk-ins and scheduled appointments) in the Cultural Awareness Resource Center. Manage, schedule, and maintain tutoring appointments and other light duties as assigned.
Pay rate: 
$7.50 - $8.50
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Qualified candidates please email resume, cover letter and class schedule to Ms. Trace Godoy at tgodoy@kennesaw.edu.

Internship – Workshop Administrative Assistant

Where: 
Destiny’s Daughter of Promise (Non-Profit Agency)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:45 - 6:15 PM (An additional hour will be needed for administrative duties for a total of 6 hours per week)
Skills required/desired: 
• One or more years of experience in youth development in community organizations • Majoring in Education or Social Services • Able to work cooperatively and effectively with individuals and groups from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds • Able to communicate effectively in both oral and written form • Strong computer skills in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel • Able to make oral presentations to students and adults
Job Duties: 
• Help lead and facilitate workshops on leadership and basic life skills • Assist with the planning of the workshop sessions • Assist with scheduling presentations and speakers • Maintain files on workshops, as well as database records, and the generation of queries for reporting purposes • Assist with building positive relationships with youth that support their success • Engage youth in meaningful service learning projects
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu . Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail and in cover letter as well. Students MUST be FWS eligible and have a 15-16 FWS application on file. Visit http://financialaid.kennesaw.edu/types-of-aid/fws-application.php to complete and submit a 15-16 FWS application.

Accounting Assistant

Where: 
Destiny’s Daughter of Promise (Non-Profit Agency)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 10 AM – 3 PM
Skills required/desired: 
• Some experience with QuickBooks and budget preparation • Bookkeeping experience • Have some planning and organizational skills • Be highly ethical and dependable • Be able to pass a background check • Have strong computer skills in Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Job Duties: 
• Assist in month and end reporting procedures • Process accounts payables and receivables as needed • Perform filing and general administrative tasks • Prepare and submit customer invoices • Bank reconciliation • Code, post and receive payments programs offer at local area schools
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu . Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail and in cover letter as well. Students MUST be FWS eligible and have a 15-16 FWS application on file. Visit http://financialaid.kennesaw.edu/types-of-aid/fws-application.php to complete and submit a 15-16 FWS application.

Membership/Marketing Intern

Where: 
MISBO - 1640 Powers Ferry Road SE, Bldg 20, Suite 200, Marietta, GA 30067
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
15hours weekly (Mon-Fri) Flexible
Skills required/desired: 
-Credit earned towards bachelor’s degree -Marketing/Communication majors preferred -Desire to understand association management and communications -Willingness to learn, as well as exchange, share and communicate ideas -Demonstrate an ability to work in a collaborative environment as a team member. -Strong verbal and written communication skills -Knowledge in software applications including: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Social Networking Media, as well as database maintenance concepts.
Job Duties: 
-Research and verify current membership contact information -Assist in the creation of written, graphic and infographic messages for various online platforms -Assist in production and distribution of messages via website, social media and video. -Other duties as assigned by the Director, Membership & Marketing.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu . Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail and in cover letter as well. Students MUST be FWS eligible and have a 15-16 FWS application on file. Visit http://financialaid.kennesaw.edu/types-of-aid/fws-application.php to complete and submit a 15-16 FWS application.

IT Budget/Project Management at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Where: 
2945 Flowers Road South (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 Division/CIO: Office of Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) / Enterprise IT Portfolio Office (EITPO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week
Skills required/desired: 
This is a flexible position and will reflect your particular strengths. Applicants should have a good general understanding of SharePoint and Microsoft Suite including Access. Project management, business and finance class work would be helpful.
Job Duties: 
EITPO has numerous activities that can be accomplished by student(s) working under the guidance and direction of senior-level positions within the office. Student will provide user support to the CDC project managers concerning IT systems and will provide managers with project methodology and artifact deliverables. Student will be responsible for ensuring that artifacts are updated and develop processes for timely updating. Student responsibility will include documenting current process, desired future process and the gap that may exist between the processes. Student will also support the annual CDC Project Management Summit.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu . Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location in cover letter. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015. Students MUST be FWS eligible and have a 15-16 FWS application on file. Visit http://financialaid.kennesaw.edu/types-of-aid/fws-application.php to complete and submit a 15-16 FWS application.

Resource Center Student Assistant

Where: 
GLBTIQ Student Retention Services
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
August 17, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
M 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, T 1:30 PM– 5:00 PM, W 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, TH 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM, F 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Skills required/desired: 
Interpersonal and customer service skills, strong work ethic, general reception office skills, proficient in MS Office (Word, Power Point, Excel), able to work in a busy environment, desire to be involved in the LGBT community, knowledgeable of campus buildings, discretion (ability to maintain confidentiality), reliable and organized.
Job Duties: 
Applicant will be required to go through the Safe Space program, answer department phone, use MS Office to complete tasks, keep coffee stocked, manage peers in resource center, run errands as asked, assist staff with photocopying, scheduling appointments, greeting students, manage resource center library, and research topics related to GLBTIQ SRS.
Pay rate: 
Federal Work Study Only - $7.50 - $8.50
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume (max. 1 page) and cover letter explaining your interest in this position, by email with subject line "FWS Resource Center Application" to ncolema5@kennesaw.edu

Graphic Designer

Where: 
Generation Infocus
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Proficiency in one or all: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign All work hours vary based on students class schedule.
Job Duties: 
-Executing creative concepts -Understanding the scope of a project and articulating ideas -Developing mood boards, sketches and design explorations -Designing layouts and mock-ups from briefs -Offer ideas for new branding opportunities -Designing print collateral and other offline pieces (packaging, merchandise) -Working on revisions from design team and departmental feedback -Creating production ready files for all work
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

Social Media Coordinator

Where: 
Generation Infocus
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
A healthy addition to social media and research
Job Duties: 
-Driving traffic to social media accounts with daily posts that ultimately lead to increased revenue -Create a long-term social media plan and event calendar. -Track social media analytics using HootSuite, Bit.ly, and other software, and report results and new -ideas to our marketing team. -Create compelling content and get it shared by influencers. -Updating website & promotional collateral (graphic design skills are a huge plus!) -Researching new events and industry trends -Drafting up press releases & collecting press clips from digital & print media -Assist with design & copy of monthly newsletter -Deliver content via Linked In, Mailchimp & Email
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

After School STEAM Coach

Where: 
Generation Infocus - Sandy Springs, GA (possible other locations in the metro Atlanta area)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
A love for children and education. 6 months previous experience working with children preferred
Job Duties: 
-Tutor K-5 grade students -Follow lesson plans related to science, technology, engineering, art and math. -Take attendance -Deliver snacks
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

Program Coordinator Assistant

Where: 
Generation Infocus
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Must be organized and willing to learn
Job Duties: 
-Assist the program coordinator with daily office tasks -Manage program calendar -Maintains Human Resource Information System records and compiles reports from database as needed -Monitors completion of I-9s and manages e-Verify program. -Assists with various research projects and/or special projects. -Audits received paperwork and files documents into appropriate electronic files -Manage program data -Be a part of the admin team ensuring that programs are coordinated correctly by location -Assist with new hire HR support -Answer calls and return calls in office
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

Part – Time Assistant Teachers

Where: 
Engineering for Kids
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Maximum of 10 hrs. a week (Flexible M-F 2pm – 5:30pm)
Skills required/desired: 
Love working with children; Maturity and demonstrated professionalism; flexibility and high dependability; Minimum 3.0/4.0 GPA; Reliable transportation to commute; Prior experience working with groups of children; Pass a background check; Include address on resume.
Job Duties: 
Assistant teachers will receive hands on training and work directly under our lead teachers.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include home address on resume.

Part-Time Lead Teachers

Where: 
Engineering for Kids
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Maximum of 10 hrs. a week (Flexible M-F 2pm – 5:30p)
Skills required/desired: 
Experience with and enjoy working with children ages 4-14;; Flexible; Excellent work ethic and dependable; Great organizational skills and be able to work independently; Enjoy Science and Math concepts; Experience presenting to groups, facilitation, or training; Prior experience as an educator or pursuing a degree in Education or Engineering; Pass a background check; Include address on resume.
Job Duties: 
Lead teachers will be professionally trained on curriculum; Work closely with assistant teachers to facilitate programs.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include home address on resume.

Office Safety Inspection Assistant at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
1600 Clifton Rd NE (Roybal Campus), Atlanta GA 30329, and 4770 Buford Highway (Chamblee Campus), Chamblee, GA 30341 Division/CIO: Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Office of Safety, Security, and Asset Management (OSSAM) / Environment, Safety, Health Compliance Office (ESHCO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week
Skills required/desired: 
Attention to detail. Basic experience with Microsoft Excel or similar spreadsheet programs. Willingness to work regular hours (position has limited flexibility for schedule changes). Demonstrated initiative and the ability to work independently. Solid observation skills. Willingness to conduct repetitive, high-throughput work assignments. Reliable transportation and students with at least 2 semesters remaining until graduation are desired.
Job Duties: 
The Incumbents will serve as part of team to conduct basic safety inspections of offices and common spaces (excluding laboratories or restricted areas). Incumbents will be provided a checklist and a list of assigned office spaces and common areas, and conduct short walkthroughs, documenting safety issues. Incumbents will then enter data in a spreadsheet and database. Incumbents will look for such items as trip hazards, potential fire hazards, water leaks, and other basic safety issues.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

DASH Policy Team - State Policy Database at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
8 Corporate Blvd (Corporate Square Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329 National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) / Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
(1) Experience in using Microsoft Access databases including knowledge about data base management. (2) Computer knowledge, experience with databases and spreadsheets and the ability to enter data with consistent accuracy. (3) Ability to work as a team member. (4) Interest in and/or experience analyzing policy and legislation is a plus.
Job Duties: 
Build/revise state policy database using Microsoft Access, coordinate changes, test and implement database, and collaborate with workgroup participants to validate variable and create queries and reports from the database.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Internal Control Management Clerk at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2877 Brandywine Rd. (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 Division/CIO: OCOO / MASO
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Good analytical and evaluative skills, strong interpersonal and communication skills, good organizational skills, efficiency and flexibility, and good computer skills that include a familiarity with Microsoft products (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint), email software, Internet searching, and other programs. Applicants may come from any academic discipline.
Job Duties: 
Perform Internal Control management duties such as assisting in the preparation of Internal Control program reviews, reviewing key controls for testing, assisting with risk assessment activities and other Internal Control related tasks.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Administrative Assistant at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2400 Century Pkwy NE (Century Center Campus), Atlanta, GA 30345 Division/CIO: Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Human Resources Office (HRO) / Commissioned Corp Activity (CCA)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Operate a computer using Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.
Job Duties: 
Performs a wide variety of procedural and substantive clerical/administrative work, professionally maintains files in a comprehensive system that will be easily understood and filed in a timely manner in the file room, performs receptionist duties by receiving visitors and telephone calls to the office, determines the nature of the request and refers to the appropriate staff, makes Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) appointments using the DEERS calendar.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Health Communications/Adolescent Health at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
8 Corporate Blvd (Corporate Square Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329 Division/CIO: National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) / Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
1) Strong writing and editing skills (2) Well-versed in new and existing social media channels (i.e., Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Snapchat, etc.). (3) Familiar with best practices to maximize channel use, including proficiency with channel lingo, etiquette, and channel engagement strategies (i.e., strategies to increase friends, fans, and followers).
Job Duties: 
To assist the Division of Adolescent and School Health’s Health Communications Team with a number of entry-level and potentially journeyman-level tasks and projects in that areas of health communication and social media. The student will have an opportunity to engage in other multi-modal health communication activities, including the development and dissemination of externally-facing communication materials. The student will serve as a liaison with other teams, branches, and staff within the Division. This assignment will provide on-the-job training in interdisciplinary health communication, public health, Web, and social media. In addition, mentors in practice-based communication, communication science, and public health may be made available to the student for additional learning opportunities.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Records Clerk at The Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2877 Brandywine Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 Division/CIO: Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) / Management Analysis and Services Office (MASO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Good analytical and evaluative skills, good interpersonal and communication skills, good organizational skills, efficiency and flexibility, and good computer skills that include a familiarity with Microsoft products (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint), email software, Internet searching, and other programs.
Job Duties: 
Assists in processing incoming information; sorts, classifies, and codes material for integration into systems or into records storage areas. Performs data entry of information into the records management database.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Incentive Awards Student Assistant at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2939 Flowers Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Human Resources Office (HRO) / Workforce Relations Office (WRO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri, 20 hours a week (Flexible)
Skills required/desired: 
Knowledge of grammar, writing, and editing practices; skill in transposing detailed information into various systems; excellent oral and research skills; and skill in computer technology.
Job Duties: 
Assist with sending out Length of Service certificates in the current quarters; Log Cash and TOA’s after processed; Place orders for plaques and certificates for different incentive award events (retirement, length of service, EOM, appreciation, etc.); Insert data into corresponding spreadsheets (LOS, TOA, Cash); Verify Service Dates for LOS; Process retirement recognition forms; Assist with obtaining management signatures for all awards.
Pay rate: 
9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter (MUST INCLUDE KSU I.D.) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

CDC-Work Life Programs Student Assistant

Where: 
2877 Brandywine Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA Division/CIO: Human Resources Office (HRO) / Workforce Relations Office (WRO) / Performance Mgmt., Strategic Rewards and Recognition Activity (PMSRRA)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (weekly)
Skills required/desired: 
Knowledge of Excel database application and computer technology.
Job Duties: 
Assist with the Fare Share program by review of applications for completeness, input into Excel database and filing of applications.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

CDC- Office Safety Inspection Assistant

Where: 
1600 Clifton Rd NE (Roybal Campus), Atlanta GA 30329, and 4770 Buford Highway (Chamblee Campus), Chamblee, GA 30341Division/CIO: Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Office of Safety, Security, and Asset Management (OSSAM) / Environment, Safety, Health Compliance Office (ESHCO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (weekly)
Skills required/desired: 
Attention to detail. Basic experience with Microsoft Excel or similar spreadsheet programs. Willingness to work regular hours (position has limited flexibility for schedule changes). Demonstrated initiative and the ability to work independently. Solid observation skills. Willingness to conduct repetitive, high-throughput work assignments. Reliable transportation is desired.
Job Duties: 
The Incumbents will serve as part of team to conduct basic safety inspections of offices and common spaces (excluding laboratories or restricted areas). Incumbents will be provided a checklist and a list of assigned office spaces and common areas, and conduct short walkthroughs, documenting safety issues. Incumbents will then enter data in a spreadsheet and database. Incumbents will look for such items as trip hazards, potential fire hazards, water leaks, and other basic safety issues.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

CDC-Performance Management Student Assistant

Where: 
2877 Brandywine Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 Division/CIO: Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) / Human Resources Office (HRO) / Workforce Relations Office (WRO)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (weekly)
Skills required/desired: 
Knowledge of grammar, writing, and editing practices; skill in transposing detailed information into various systems; excellent oral and research skills; and skill in computer technology.
Job Duties: 
Assist with sending performance management reports to CIO PMAP Coordinators, processing PMAP TOAs; creating PowerPoint slides for performance management briefings and training; entering employee ratings in Cap HR and taking notes in various meetings.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

CDC-Informatics Research Fellow

Where: 
1600 Clifton Road (Roybal Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329 Center for Global Health (CGH) / Division of Global HIV/AIDS (DGHA) / International Laboratory Branch (ILB)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (weekly)
Skills required/desired: 
This job will not involve laboratory work and hence laboratory experience is not required. We are seeking a Computer Science major with an MS, MPH or PhD and a positive attitude. Willingness to do variety of work, and desire to learn are critical. Also good informatics/programming knowledge, organizational skills, communication skills, and analytic ability are important. Much of the work will be tedious – however, the potential experience will be valuable. A student who plans a future career in public health informatics and program implementation in international settings would be ideal as the type of experience that will be gained will be most applicable to such.
Job Duties: 
Duties: Information System and Data management Assist in coordination system implementation and maintenance. Assist in testing systems for potential bugs. Create document for user training.Data management and Analysis Provide assistance in managing and collecting information/data from site, compiling and assist in analysis. Communication Assist with coordination, development, and summary documentation. Assist in the development of non-scientific publications for a global audience, such as brochures, newsletter articles, and informational pages. Assist in the development of presentations, web materials, and training materials. Activities may include support for manuscript-writing and proposal-writing workshops (development of training materials, logistical support), writing newsletter stories, etc. Supporting social networking platforms as phpBB, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, volunteer databases, etc. for international users.
Pay rate: 
$9.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Provide resume and cover letter to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location. Ask Cheryl Betts via email to send an e-mail with your resume and confirmation of your eligibility/award to hrcs@cdc.gov. Please include Position Title in the subject heading of the e-mail, and the Division/CIO & Work Facility Address in the e-mail body. Applications for this position must be submitted on or before 8/28/2015.

Communication/Marketing Internship

Where: 
Counseling and Psychological Services/CARE Center
Campus: 
Kennesaw
Marietta
When: 
Mon-Fri; between 8am to 5pm
Schedule/When needed: 
May 27, 2015
Skills required/desired: 
Exceptional discretion and ability to maintain confidential information, strong verbal and written communication skills, professional demeanor and attire, ability to work independently and collaboratively, superior skills in managing social media, strong customer service and organizational skills, detail-oriented, punctual, ability to follow written and verbal instructions, excellent time management skills, and positive attitude.
Job Duties: 
Frequently network with community professionals on behalf of the department for upcoming events, meetings, etc., assist in fundraising and/or obtaining donations efforts, assist in the creation of written, graphic and info-graphic messages, assist in production and distribution of messages via website, social media and video, experience with TweetDeck and Hoot Suite, and other duties as assigned.
Pay rate: 
0.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
mstidum@kennesaw.edu

2 Cultural Awareness Resource Center- Math Tutor

Where: 
Cultural Awareness Resource Center
When: 
September 15, 2014
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible
Skills required/desired: 
MUST understand Math 0097, 0098, 0099,1101 and Pr-calculus. The tutor must have a 3.2 GPA and be proficient and knowledgeable in mathematics. Tutor must have an A in courses being tutored. The tutor must be able to observe, diagnose problems, create strategy for improvement, and coach the student toward success The tutor needs to build mutual respect, use reflective questioning, teach students how to learn, work the concepts, understand the problems, be understanding of the student’s needs, tutor the situation, be empathetic and use different approaches in problem solving. The tutor must be courteous, considerate, committed, and professional so the student will feel the spirit of teamwork. The tutor must be patient and have excellent customer service skills. Must be reliable and organized with strong oral communication skills and a desire to help students academically. Tutoring experience preferred.
Job Duties: 
Tutor student (walk-ins and scheduled appointments) in the Cultural Awareness Resource Center. Manage, schedule, and maintain tutoring appointments and other light duties as assigned.
Pay rate: 
$7.25 - $8.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Qualified candidates please email resume, cover letter and class schedule to Ms. Nyzinga West @ nwest6@kennesaw.edu.
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