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Boys and Girls Club
 

Game Room Asst - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Boys and Girls Club
Description: Assist with social recreation by checking club members into the activity area, supervising members to ensure rules are followed, participating in game room activities, and helping upkeep the activity room.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Patience, flexibility, outgoing personality, experience with youth work, and comfort working in a loud environment.
Contact: Ben Gardner
Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Higgins School of Humanities
 

Student Proctor - 8 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Dana Commons
Description: The Building Proctor is responsible for maintaining an appropriate atmosphere in the Dana Commons by patrolling all areas, asking those individuals who are disruptive to be quiet and requesting those who persist to leave the building. Requires sedentary work that also includes walking or standing some of the time, as well as moving tables and chairs at times. Patrols buildings to monitor behavior and noise within all areas. Maintains a log of all visitors. Helps clear the building at closing time and in securing the building. Deny access to the building when appropriate
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Shifts available: Mondays 5PM to 10PM Wednesdays 5PM to 10PM Thursdays 5PM to 10PM Friday 5PM to 10PM Saturdays 9AM to 1PM Saturdays 1PM to 5PM Saturdays 5PM to 10PM Sundays 5PM to 10PM Please note that these hours are not flexible. Also, all proctors are required to work Friday and Saturday nights on a rotating basis. 1. Ability to interact with the public in an efficient and courteous manner. 2. Ability to deal with difficult situations in a tactful, polite, and firm manner. 3. Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing.
Contact: Kathy Sloan
ksloan@clarku.edu

Main South CDC
 

Asst. to Property Manager - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC
Description: Assist the Property Manager in the administration of CDC owned & managed properties by: reviewing rental applications, communicating with residents, assisting with annual visits / inspections, ensuring accurate record keeping, etc.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Candidates must be detailed oriented, self-motivated, and committed. Ability to multi-task, computer proficiency, and strong communication skills are essential. 10-hour work week Monday-Friday.
Contact: Ben Gardner
Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Computer Class Instructor - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC
Description: Assist the Program Manager with the preparation of, outreach for, and execution of basic classes that introduce computers to non-working and working class individuals that lack awareness of how computers function.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office, ability to communicate effectively, and quality instructional strategies. Preferably bilingual (English and Spanish).
Contact: Ben Gardner
Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy
Workforce Coordinator - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Main South CDC
Description: Promote the workforce development center’s programs and services. Assist clients with resume building and job search / placement process. Organize and recruit participants for life skill seminars.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Management skills, advanced excel capabilities, strong organizational skills with attention to detail, accuracy, and accountability. Preferably bilingual (English and Spanish).
Contact: Ben Gardner
Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy

Psychology
 

Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark Rm 362
Description: Assistance with research, including locating sources, some review of literatures, minor editing using APA guidelines.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Completion of Introductory level Psychology courses
Contact: Lene Jensen
508-793-7271
Office Assistant - 1 opening
Type: Work Study
Location: Jonas Clark 314
Description: Seeking a student who is proficient in Photoshop. Responsibilities will include data entry and psychological research on stereotypes
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Proficient in photoshop. Organizational and time management skills
Contact: Nicole Overstreet
508-793-7231

Woodland Academy
 

Classroom Asst - 2 openings
Type: Work Study
Location: Woodland Academy
Description: Assist teacher in elementary school classroom; supervise and tutor students.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Patience and flexibility. Experience with tutoring and youth work preferred
Contact: Ben Gardner
Apply online at bit.ly/communityworkstudy

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