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The position openings below are provided by the KSU Department of Student Life as a service to KSU students, as well as KSU offices seeking student assistants. It is the student's responsibility to contact the sponsoring office or department to verify availability and to apply for positions. Please do not contact the administrator for this page. 

The Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hour in compliance with the minimum wage standard. KSU Student Assistants, in most cases, are paid $7.25/hour, with a maximum of 20 hours per week.

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If you are hired, you cannot be paid until you have completed the New Hire Orientation process. Orientation is scheduled by Human Resources. Student Orientation sessions are on Wednesdays ONLY from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Please call Human Resources at 770-423-6030 to register for the session and reserve your spot.

All student assistants employed through the Federal Work-Study program must first complete paperwork in the Office of Financial Aid before attending orientation session. 

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Student Assistant - Web development

Where: 
Coles College of Business - Burruss Building
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible – 20 hrs weekly (M - F)
Skills required/desired: 
Must have knowledge of html and css. Should be familiar with standard web development techniques and modern techniques, such as responsive design. Must have the ability to learn a new Content Management System. Must have time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel Experience with Content Management Systems is a strong plus, but not a requirement. Experience with Macintosh, Java, XML, Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization, Dreamweaver and Photoshop are a plus. The applicant should submit links to past or current websites that they have worked with.
Job Duties: 
Assist the Coles College webmaster in the completion, transition and roll-out of an entirely new website for Coles College. Project will provide student a myriad of experience in information systems, back and front end website production, client management, vendor management, immediate transferrable job experience and additional skillsets. The transition will include the creation of new webpages, web forms, and photo galleries based on existing templates. Also, the student assistant will help with testing and troubleshooting new website across various platforms. Additional duties will include maintenance of the new website after it’s launch; updating content, posting new content/pages, posting news stories, posting upcoming events, publish videos and web forms. Other duties may include assisting in enforcing new website policies and creating process documents to handle user requests.
Pay rate: 
10
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Email Resume to Erik Turner at coleswebmaster@kennesaw.edu

Office Safety Inspection Assistant at Center for Disease Control

Where: 
1600 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta GA 30329, and 4770 Buford Highway, Chamblee, GA 30341
When: 
Immediately!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Schedule/When needed: 
20 Hours a week
Skills required/desired: 
trong interpersonal skills. 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.
Job Duties: 
he 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 Hrly---Must be Federal Work Eligible - FWS Application Link- http://financialaid.kennesaw.edu/aid/fws_application.php
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
Please Provide resume and cover letter to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible).

Summer University Camp Assistant

Where: 
KSU Center
When: 
May 27-July 24
Schedule/When needed: 
8:30AM-3:15PM
Skills required/desired: 
Must be able to work June 1-July 24 and attend required training May 27-May 29. Experience working with youth groups , ages 5-18 or summer camp programs. Ability to lead, plan and facilitate group activities. Flexibility to work in teams or independently. Strong organization and communication skills. Able to lift 15 to 20 pounds. First Aid and CPR certified.
Job Duties: 
Assist the camps instructors in organizing and leading a variety of group activities including leadership, cooking, science experiments, etc. Opportunity to supervise daily after care programs 3:00PM-6:00PM. Identify and respond to behavioral issues and report concerns to camp leadership. Ensure that classrooms are kept clean and organized. Assist in maintaining accurate program records and attendance. Understand emergency protocol and procedures.
Pay rate: 
$8.00
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Please send a resume to cgree101@kennesaw.edu.

Student Callers for KSU Phonathon

Where: 
Office of Annual Giving - Alumni House 56
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Phonathon calling is currently underway and will continue through the spring semester. 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 – 20 hours per week. 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 hourly
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Interested applicants should complete the form at: http://bit.ly/1EpwDd4

STEAM Assistant Program Coordinator at Generation InFocus

Where: 
Generation InFocus
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible - 20 hrs. Weekly (Mon-Sat. 12pm – 5pm)
Skills required/desired: 
Prefer students interested in entering the Education field. Experience with children is a plus, but not a requirement.
Job Duties: 
• Project management support to oversee completion from start to finish of project • Event planning support • Logistics set up and support of events and STEAM programming • Support student program and event marketing initiatives • Support social media historian distribution for programming • Data base management • Research and analysis
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).

STEAM Coach at Generation InFocus

Where: 
Generation InFocus
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible - 20 hrs. weekly (Mon-Sat 2:30pm – 6:30pm)
Skills required/desired: 
Prefer students interested in entering the Education field. Experience with children is a plus, but not a requirement.
Job Duties: 
• Assist teachers with implementation of STEAM K-12 lesson tutoring. • Assist the teachers with creating engaging and relevant lesson plans aligned to standards. • Assist teacher with student behavior management support. • Communicates effectively with the parents/stakeholders and ensures satisfaction with the program to develop strong relationships. • Attend virtual and/or on-site STEM/STEAM trainings to enhance skill set. • Keep GI and school site property/area clean and organized daily. • Serve as a brand ambassador by being knowledgeable of the full GI STEAM program model.
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).

Informatics Research Fellow at Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
1600 Clifton Road (Roybal Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (Flexible Hours M-F 8am - 5pm)
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: 
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, tweeter, 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 or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

Student - Executive Assistant/Human Resources Assistant at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
University Park, Yale Building - 2945 Flowers Road S., Atlanta, GA 30341
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible – 10 hrs weekly (M – F)
Skills required/desired: 
Knowledge of standardized administrative and clerical rules and procedures. Ability to follow directions. Ability to use current Microsoft Office software. Attention to detail and ability to work independently.
Job Duties: 
Perform clerical and assistant level work. Type reports assigned by the Director making the required edits and corrections. Compile the data received from the Team for enclosure in various reports and audits conducted by the Team for final approval by the Director. Updates and maintains reports, audits, and other records belonging to HCEAA.
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 or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

Laboratory Technician at Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
1600 Clifton Road (Roybal Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
4-10 hrs weekly (M-F)
Skills required/desired: 
Chemistry background
Job Duties: 
Perform and evaluate various tests, e.g. colorimetry, spectroscopy and physiochemical tests for drug quality.
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 or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

IT Budget/Project Management at Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
2945 Flowers Road South (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
15-20 hrs weekly (Flexible Hours M-F 8am – 5pm)
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 to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

Assistant IT Security Analyst at Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
Atlanta Roybal Campus Building 16
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (Flexible Hours M-F 8am - 5pm)
Skills required/desired: 
Basic Information Technology or computer experience is desired. Good writing and interpersonal skills are desired.
Job Duties: 
Individual will assist the Information Security Office in National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases completing the following tasks: application vulnerability scan using IBM Watchfire Appscan; IT security incident response; issue and provide technical support for biometric encrypted external drives; process the Commercial Off The Shelf level III software requests and conduct the test for compliance of Federal Desktop Core Configuration; and prepare the certification and accreditation documents.
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 or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

Administrative Assistant for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Where: 
2400 Century Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible – 20 hrs weekly (M -F)
Skills required/desired: 
• Ability to follow directions. • Ability to operate a computer using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access.
Job Duties: 
The incumbent is fully responsible for performing a wide variety of procedural and substantive clerical/administrative work, professionally maintain 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, make 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 to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu or CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov (You must be FWS Eligible). Please include Position Title, Division/CIO, & Work Facility Location.

Student Assistant

Where: 
Department of Psychology, Social Science Building, Room 4026
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
Monday-Friday (10-15 hrs/week)
Skills required/desired: 
Knowledgeable about APA writing and formatting Knowledgeable and moderately proficient in SPSS and Excel Experienced in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Strong instructional and customer service skills Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3301) completed w/ proficiency
Job Duties: 
Engage students' requests for assistance with labs and assignments Review APA-style writing for errors, mechanics, writing style, and formatting Assist students in summarizing data analysis results Guide students, using problem solving approaches, in data analysis methods using SPSS and Excel 10-15 hours/ week
Pay rate: 
$10/hr
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
tbenjam7@kennesaw.edu

Student Assistant - Marietta Campus

Where: 
Career and Counseling Center
When: 
March 1, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
Tue, Thu and one other day during the week
Skills required/desired: 
Skilled in Microsoft applications. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign a plus. Excellent telephone and customer service skills, mature, courteous, punctual, professional, reliable and able to follow directions. Must have a general idea about office practices.
Job Duties: 
Answer telephone and assist students with questions. Design flyers and other promotional materials for department events and post across campus. Run occasional campus errands and perform other tasks as assigned.
Pay rate: 
7.50 an hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Submit your resume to ablanto2@spsu.edu

Administrative Assistant at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Where: 
2400 Century Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
When: 
02/23/15
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours a week (Flexible Hours M-F)
Skills required/desired: 
•Ability to follow directions. •Ability to operate a computer using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access.
Job Duties: 
The incumbent is fully responsible for performing a wide variety of procedural and substantive clerical/administrative work, professionally maintain 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, make 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 to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu and CDCWorkStudyPro@cdc.gov

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.

Banquet Server - Catering

Where: 
On Campus
When: 
Immediate
Schedule/When needed: 
As Needed - Flexible
Skills required/desired: 
Looking for part-time work in a fun environment? Culinary Services is looking for banquet servers and event staff. We are seeking individuals with a great work ethic and an exceptionally pleasant personality. Prior service experience is welcomed but not required. This is perfect for you if you are enthusiastic, dependable and trustworthy and need a flexible work schedule. Please submit your resume to vmancuso@kennesaw.edu for consideration. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview. Thank you!
Job Duties: 
Assist the catering department in the delivering, set-up and services of catering events. A positive attitude while on the job is essential, courteous and attentive to guests needs during a function.
Pay rate: 
Based on Experience
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Submit your resume to vmancuso@kennesaw.edu for consideration. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview.

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
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