Student Career Advocate (SCA)

Where: 
Career Services Center (Kennesaw Hall RM 2617)
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Various hours between 8AM-5PM weekdays
Skills required/desired: 
Written and Verbal communication. Multi-tasker. Able to work in a team. Responsible. Dependable. 3.0 GPA.
Job Duties: 
Process the approval/disapproval of OwlLink Documents. Assist students and alumni visiting the Career Services Center. Back up for receptionist on phone calls, welcoming office visitors, and making appointments as needed. Assist with projects going on in The Career Services Center and campus events. Other administrative needs.
Pay rate: 
$8.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Application (in Career Services office KH 2617), Cover Letter, Resume. Position Contact:Michael Dutcher, Apply in-person

Kennesaw State Athletics Game Day Ticket Sales

Where: 
Fifth Third Bank Stadium, Convocation Center, Stillwell Stadium
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Fall 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
ALL: Home Football, Men's Basketball & Baseball Games
Skills required/desired: 
Required Qualifications: I. Must have a strong work ethic. II. Have the ability to effectively communicate with game day staff, game day operations, and other parties involved with ticket sales. III. Showcase exemplary customer service skills. IV. Ability to conduct cash, check and credit card sales. V. Perform basic math skills to adequately handle change during cash sales. VI. Must have the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced work environment. VII. Must be able to flexibly work evenings and weekends. VIII. Have basic knowledge of NCAA rules in relation with intercollegiate ticket operations. Preferred Qualifications: I. Ticket office and sales experience. II. Computer and troubleshooting experience. III. Cashier experience and familiarity with the Paciolan ticketing system and/or the BOCA printing system.
Job Duties: 
General Summary of Operations: I. Will provide excellent customer service, conflict resolution, and enforce NCAA regulations related to the sale of tickets to intercollegiate athletic events. II. Must adhere to NCAA regulations regarding ticket sales at home athletic events that will include recruits, high school coaches, players’ families, general public, and donors. III. Provides customer service to walk-up customers at Ticket Office windows as well as to respond to customer questions. IV. Must be able to resolve general issues as they occur, including issues involving the computers, BOCA printing system, and internet. V. Will be required to sell and print tickets using the BOCA printing system and Ticket Alternative/Paciolan ticketing system for men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and potential post season events. a. This includes being able to authorize and processes credit card sales, accepting and processing cash payments/correct amount of change due, refunds and having a general understanding of promotions as they occur for athletic events. VI. Perform other related duties as assigned or requested by the Director of Ticket Sales and Operations or the Ticket Sales and Operations Assistant
Pay rate: 
7.50
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Email a cover letter AND resume to kpannel2@kennesaw.edu

Student Assistant for Student Disability Services

Where: 
Student Development Center
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Fall 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
SDS office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 to 6:00 - will schedule around classes
Skills required/desired: 
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, customer service skills, ability to multitask, professional phone etiquette and demeanor when assisting with inquiries from students, parents, faculty, staff, and the general public, must be punctual and reliable.
Job Duties: 
Assist in answering phones and in-person inquiries, schedule appointments for the Assistant Director, assist the Testing Coordinator as needed, create and file documents
Pay rate: 
7.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume to alow1@kennesaw.edu

2 Student Assistants - Faciilities/Plant Operations/Utilities

Where: 
Chastain Pointe, Building 100
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours per week - flexible schedule between 7 am - 4 pm
Skills required/desired: 
Job holder must be able to accept verbal and written direction, adapt to changing work environments, exemplify commitment to quality work, excellent time management skills and attention to detail. Required to maintain accurate computer records, communicate with others effectively in team settings, provide excellent customer service. Must maintain professional and appropriate appearance and attitude at all times. Must have strong oral communication skills.
Job Duties: 
Perform general preventative maintenance duties which include changing light bulbs throughout campus, changing filters and belts and general cleaning of mechanical rooms and other areas.
Pay rate: 
$7.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume to fferrell@kennesaw.edu

IT Student Inventory Specialist

Where: 
H 240
Campus: 
Marietta
When: 
Needed immediately for 8 weeks
Schedule/When needed: 
As scheduled between 8am to 5pm, 30 to 40 hours per week during summer
Skills required/desired: 
-Use iPad/OS X tools and software to record device information in the field -Plan and schedule inventory related visits to offices around campus -Excellent spoken and phone skills for communicating visits to customers -Excellent organizations skills for managing working HelpDesk tickets -Punctuality and the ability to work flexible schedules between 8am to 5pm -Takes directions well, takes notes in meetings with directors -Task oriented, communicated completed work to managers -Can work well in challenging, fast-paced, high-stress, and deadline-oriented environments individually or as part of a team -Must be able to lift 40 pounds -Preferred knowledge of inventory management systems, project management, process workflow development, and customer service
Job Duties: 
To execute the SPSU/KSU merger and various intercampus IT equipment transfers, (2) workers will be spending a majority of their day assisting the Kennesaw Marietta Campus Inventory Manager(s) with the intake, deployment, and surplus of all IT equipment on the Marietta campus. This is a field job, so students are expected to represent UITS and the University positively. Students will need to have a friendly demeanor and present themselves professionally to the customers. Students will accurately document records to facilitate quick and easy access by utilizing unique identifiers such as end user, serial number, asset tag, etc. Students will maintain strong client relationships by ensuring that their needs are met; engage in communication throughout the process, follow-up with client once the request has been closed out to ensure customer satisfaction.
Pay rate: 
$7.75/hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
E-mail Sana Yasmeen (syasmeen@kennesaw.edu) with resume

Governor's Office of Highway Safety Student Assistant

Where: 
Center for Health Promotion & Wellness
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
06/01/2015
Schedule/When needed: 
8hrs/week - flexible schedule
Skills required/desired: 
Strong written and verbal communication skills, creativity, strong presentation skills. An Interest in Health Promotion is highly desirable
Job Duties: 
The Center for Health Promotion and Wellness is currently recruiting a student for the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Student Assistant position. It is expected that this student will work between 5 - 10 hours each week and be available starting this summer through the next academic year or longer. If you are interested please email Melissa Mesman, mmesman@kennesaw.edu, a cover letter/letter of intent and a copy of your resume. The responsibilities of the student assistant will include helping with the alcohol education activities on campus including a social norming campaign, implementation of the ACHA-NCHA, National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, Safe Spring Break Party, and assisting with the peer health education program. This person is responsible for coordination of all BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) tables and corresponding activities. The student assistant will also be responsible for promoting and advertising the events along with assisting in the evaluation of the programs. The student assistant will help with the collection of the highway safety statistics and other related activities as needed.
Pay rate: 
7.50
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Please send letter of intent/cover letter & resume to Melissa Mesman by email at mmesman@kennesaw.edu

Student Assistant - Continuing Education (2 positions available)

Where: 
College of Continuing and Professional Education - KSU Center
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
May 18, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm 20 hours weekly. This is a temporary summer position with the possibility of continuing employment after August.
Skills required/desired: 
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, customer service skills, ability to multitask, pay close attention to detail, and exhibit a professional demeanor at all times. General knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Excel and Word proficiency preferred. Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team. Business or Education majors preferred, but not required. Business casual attire is required.
Job Duties: 
Candidate will assist the department with administrative functions related to the operation of professional certificate programs and summer campus for children. Assist in the setup of supplies and classrooms for programs Assist with campers and serve as an assistant in the classroom Assist with research projects Assist with data entry and updating spreadsheets Perform filing, copying, and scanning Assist in maintaining supply and equipment inventory Prepare weekly enrollment reports Complete tasks in enrollment management system and/or online distance learning platform Perform other administrative/clerical duties as assigned
Pay rate: 
$8.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Email cover letter, resume, and school schedule for summer to ccpehr@kennesaw.edu

Student Assistant for Adult Literacy Program

Where: 
KSU Center - College of Continuing and Professional Education
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
May 11, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
Monday - Friday between 8am - 5pm approx. 12-20 hours/week will fluctuate
Skills required/desired: 
Strong oral and written communication skills, punctuality, and must be comfortable speaking with leaders within the community and working with elderly adults. Prefer an English, Education, or Business Major.
Job Duties: 
The majority of this position will be light administrative duties and following up with phone calls and emails at the Assistant Dean's request.
Pay rate: 
$8.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Please email cover letter and resume to ccpehr@kennesaw.edu and include position title in subject line.

Video Production Assistant

Where: 
Marietta Campus
Campus: 
Marietta
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours per week - Nights and Weekends possible
Skills required/desired: 
Familiarity with non-linear editing, lighting, audio, and HD Cameras. Knowledge of video file structure and formats. Ability to lift and transport equipment. Ability to work flexible schedules. Strong customer services skills are required as the employee will work directly with administration and faculty in recording of events, interviews, and presentations.
Job Duties: 
This position will assist with all aspects of video and audio production.
Pay rate: 
$7.50 or commensurate with experience
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Do Not Call. Please submit resumes with "YOUR NAME Resume" in the subject line to jleifhei@kennesaw.edu. Please specify Marietta Campus.

Peer Mentor

Where: 
Prillaman Hall and throughout the KSU campus
When: 
Spring semester
Schedule/When needed: 
All hours needed Monday through Friday
Skills required/desired: 
Experience working with or an understanding of people with developmental disabilities. Ability and interest in being a role model with excellent oral and written communication skills, knowledge of KSU campus, strong organization skills, and a high degree of integrity.
Job Duties: 
Meet with students individually or in small groups assisting with class assignments and technology. Act as a role model and provide advice on academic, social and employability skills while following students’ schedules with them. Act as liaison between KSU students, faculty, and staff and the Academy staff.
Pay rate: 
$7.75 per hour for 12 hours per week.
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Email resume to Katherine Rigsby at krigsby1@kennesaw.edu. Please designate Subject for email: Applying for Mentor Position. Include a cover letter in the email.

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.

Work Study Student Assistants

Where: 
Department of Foreign Languages
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Summer 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
Maximum 15-20 hours per week.
Skills required/desired: 
Seeking an enthusiastic and punctual student with strong customer service and strong oral communication skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher) required. Additional language skills are a plus. Minimum 2.0 GPA; preferred 3.0 GPA. Must be work study eligible.
Job Duties: 
Main duties involve maintaining the front office & assisting students, faculty, and staff. Additional duties include answering multi-line telephone, copying & faxing documents, distributing mail, maintaining office machines, and running campus errands. This position may be re-hired additional semesters.
Pay rate: 
Federal Work Study rate
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Please send resume or previous job experience to Nicole Lane, nlane@kennesaw.edu.

Student Assistant -- Coles Tutoring Lab

Where: 
Tutoring Lab
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Monday, Friday, & Saturday
Skills required/desired: 
Strong oral and written communication skills, strong customer service skills, punctuality, strong organizational skills, excellent time management skills, experience with Microsoft Office applications, and the ability to work flexible schedules. Professional and positive attitude a must! Person must be available to work over the summer.
Job Duties: 
Customer service, clerical tasks, copying, word processing, data entry, and various other duties as assigned
Pay rate: 
7.25
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Please e-mail a resume to ksumacc@kennesaw.edu

Part-Time Junior Web Assistant

Where: 
Enterprise Systems & Services (ESS) WebGroup
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
ESS office hours are M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm. Will schedule work hours around school schedule.
Skills required/desired: 
As a Junior Web Assistant you will work within the ESS WebGroup to maintain existing campus websites, as well as assist in the development of desktop and mobile sites and applications. You possess knowledge of current design and development trends, are highly detail oriented, and have experience in working with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and content management systems (i.e. WordPress, Drupal, Tumblr). HTML experience is a plus.
Job Duties: 
- Assist in the maintenance of Kennesaw State University Web sites, including adding and editing textual and graphic content, - Working with RSS feeds and building online forms. - Assist in the design and development of web sites, including navigation design, content organization and page layout. - Assist in the research and development of web site best practices and development techniques. - Provide excellent customer service to campus customers, including KSU students, faculty and, staff.
Pay rate: 
$8.00/hr
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
E-mail resume and a sample(s) of web site work to Christopher Ward, cward1@kennesaw.edu; please use "Junior Web Assistant" in the subject line of e-mail.

Student Assistant

Where: 
Center for Election Systems - House 57
When: 
Open
Schedule/When needed: 
At least 15-20 hours per week
Skills required/desired: 
Looking for a student assistant with strong customer service skills with an attention to detail. Must have ability to follow detailed directions. Must communicate well with others. Must be able to do some light travel to assist with a summer project. Students in the pursuit of a degree in Computer Science or Information Technology are preferred, but all candidate resumes will be reviewed.
Job Duties: 
Student assistants with the Center for Election Systems are responsible for answering the Center's phones and routing incoming calls to those members of the staff who can best handle the situation. Student assistants are involved with the testing and review of repaired election equipment to validate that the equipment is suitable for election use within the state of Georgia.
Pay rate: 
$8.00 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume to Staci Jackson at sjacks41@kennesaw.edu

Video Production Assistant

Where: 
UITS Video Production Services - LB 445
Campus: 
Kennesaw
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours per week - Nights and Weekends possible
Skills required/desired: 
Familiarity with non-linear editing, lighting, audio, and HD Cameras. Knowledge of video file structure and formats. Ability to lift and transport equipment. Ability to work flexible schedules. Strong customer services skills are required as the employee will work directly with administration and faculty in recording of events, interviews, and presentations.
Job Duties: 
This position will assist with all aspects of video and audio production.
Pay rate: 
$7.50 or commensurate with experience
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Do Not Call. Please submit resumes with "YOUR NAME Resume" in the subject line to jleifhei@kennesaw.edu.
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