Student Assistant

Where: 
Office of Academic Affairs
When: 
May 18, 2015 or negotiable
Schedule/When needed: 
15-20 hours per week. Summer schedule is flexible and will be determined after hire. Fall schedule will be coordinated with the other student assistant.
Skills required/desired: 
Strong customer service skills, good communication skills, good organizational skills, knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel) and ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Punctuality and dependability are a must.
Job Duties: 
General office duties include providing customer service via telephone and walk-ins, assisting office staff with tasks and various projects such as copying, data entry and other duties as needed.
Pay rate: 
$7.25 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume to Cynthia Chesney at cchesney@kennesaw.edu

Communication/Marketing Internship

Where: 
Counseling and Psychological Services/CARE Center
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

Technology Program Support - Continuing Education

Where: 
KSU Center
When: 
May 11, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
M-F between 8:00am and 6:30pm, flexible around classes, min. 15 hrs/week max. 20 hrs/week, occasional evening events, ability to work during the summer.
Skills required/desired: 
Strong verbal and written communication skills, strong customer service and organizational skills, detail-oriented, punctual, ability to follow written and verbal instructions, excellent time management skills, experience with Word and Excel 2013, professional and positive attitude.
Job Duties: 
General administrative tasks such as data entry, copying, filing, etc. Individual will possibly have interactions with instructors and continuing education students.
Pay rate: 
8.00/hr
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Send cover letter and resume to ccpehr@kennesaw.edu. Please include position in subject title.

Health Communications/ Adolescent Health at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
8 Corporate Blvd (Corporate Square Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 8a - 5p (Flexible Mon - Fri)
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 (Position Title and KSU ID number included) 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.

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

Where: 
8 Corporate Blvd (Corporate Square Campus), Atlanta, GA 30329
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 8a - 5p (Flexible Mon - Fri)
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 (Position Title and KSU ID number included) 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.

Marketing/Membership Intern

Where: 
MSIBO-Mid-South Independent Business Offices, Inc - Marietta, GA
When: 
April 2015 - Until
Schedule/When needed: 
Mon-Fri - Flexible Hours Between 9am - 5pm
Skills required/desired: 
Credits earned towards Bachelors degree required in Marketing or Communications majors preferred, desire to understand associations management and communications. Exceptional discretion and ability to maintain confidential information, strong verbal and written communication skills, professional demeanor that achieves a positive image for the association, ability to work independently and collaboratively, 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 info-graphic messages for various online platforms, assist in production and distribution of messages via website, social media and video, and other duties assigned by Director, Membership & Marketing
Pay rate: 
$9.00 hrly ---15-20 hours week
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
Yes
Where to apply/contact: 
MANDATORY: Please complete the online Federal Work Study Application. Provide a Cover letter and resume which can be forwarded via email at fwshelp@kennesaw.edu or hand in at Carmichael Student Center Bldg 395 - 2nd floor - Room 267 to Cheryl Betts

Work Life Programs Student Assistant at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
Human Resources Office, WRO, Performance Mgmt, Strategic Rewards and Recognition Activity. 2877 Brandywine Road, Chamblee, GA 30341-5535
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 8a - 5p (Flexible Mon - Fri)
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 (Position Title and KSU ID number included) 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.

Maintenance\Custodian at HomeGoods

Where: 
425 Ernest Barrett Parkway, Kennesaw, GA 30144
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 7am - 12pm (Flexible Mon - Fri)
Skills required/desired: 
Experience working floor buffers, fix small building problems, lift up to 50lbs plus.
Job Duties: 
Perform a daily routine of work procedures. Clean lobbies, hallways, rest rooms, corridors and other work area. Wash walls with detergent germicide or neutral cleaner. Wash windows, doors panels and sills. Empty and clean wastebaskets and trash cans. Transport trash and waste to disposal area. Comply with all safety policies and procedures. Maintain a safe work environment for customers and employees Notify Manager of supplies, equipment needing repair and/or replacement. Follow all work procedures and standards according to the quality management system. Follow company policies and procedures.
Pay rate: 
$7.25 - $9.00 hourly, depending on experience
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Complete application at following link (http://www.tjx.com/files/pdf/application.pdf ), print, sign, and you may turn in the application (along with a copy of this job ad) at Carmichael Student Center, Cheryl Betts Room 267 or 425 Ernest Barrett Parkway, Kennesaw, GA 30144

Performance Management Student Assistant for the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2877 Brandywine Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 (Must have reliable transportation)
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 8am – 5pm (Mon – Fri)
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; assisting with the planning and logistics for the April 1, 2015 performance management expo; 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 (Position Title and KSU ID number included) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

Incentive Awards Student Assistant at the Centers for Disease Control

Where: 
2939 Flowers Road (University Office Park Campus), Atlanta, GA 30341 (Must have reliable transportation)
When: 
Immediately
Schedule/When needed: 
20 hours weekly 8am – 5pm (Mon – Fri)
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 (Position Title and KSU ID number included) to Cheryl Betts via email or room 267 in building 5. Email resumes directly to fwshelp@kennesaw.edu (You must be FWS Eligible).

Student Assistant

Where: 
University College and Honors College
When: 
4/1/2015
Schedule/When needed: 
Flexible
Skills required/desired: 
Excel, Preferable Business Major
Job Duties: 
Excel, analyze spreadsheets, file, other duties
Pay rate: 
Open
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
send cover letter and resume to zsookram@kennesaw.edu

Secondary & Middle Grades Education Student Assistant

Where: 
Education Bldg. 336
When: 
June 1, 2015
Schedule/When needed: 
19 hrs a week. Summer schedule is flexible and will be determined after hire. Fall semester: Student assistant is needed on Mondays, Wednesdays and half days on Fridays.
Skills required/desired: 
Strong customer service skills, good communication skills, good organizational skills, knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel) and ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Punctuality and dependability are a must.
Job Duties: 
General office duties that include providing customer service via telephone or walk-ins, assisting faculty with tasks and projects such as copying, data entry or other duties needed.
Pay rate: 
7.25 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Apply online at http://goo.gl/forms/holfBZbdVY

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

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: 
$7.75 per hour
Is this a Federal Work Study position?: 
No
Where to apply/contact: 
Send resume to Staci Jackson at sjacks41@kennesaw.edu
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