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Work Study 

Advising Success Center Peer Advisor

Posted: 11/17/2015

The Advising Success Center is looking for competent, personable, and organized students interested in becoming Peer Advisors. We are looking for junior or senior standing students who are in good academic standing and in compliance with the student code of conduct. 

Advising Success Center Peer Advisors assist conditionally admitted students transition to the university by assisting them with basic academic processes, reinforce student skills for success, act as a referral source, offer a complementary point of view from staff or faculty perspectives, and act as a role model for college success at BSU.  

Peer Advisors are hired as student workers and their hours will work around their college schedule.  Each Peer Advisor will be asked to have a minimum of 5 hours per week devoted to the responsibilities of the position. 

To apply, please stop by the Advising Success Center in Sattgast Hall 207 and pick up an application. 

Contact: Zak Johnson at (218) 755-2226 or Jackie Dotson at (218) 755-2224 or email advising@bemidjistate.edu

 

360 Center for Excellence

STUDENT POSITION---MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

Accepting applications for Summer and Fall of 2016

(Beginning immediately, up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and up to 40 hours per week during the summer)

Work study or payroll student workers may apply.

Position: Marketing/Graphic Design student workers or interns (2 available)

360, a manufacturing-based center of excellence led by Bemidji State University, is seeking two student workers with a passion and knowledge for education to support marketing and communications for 360’s programs.

This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in marketing, communications, or public relations while learning about the exciting, high-tech industry of advanced manufacturing.  Student workers will work independently and in a team to achieve program goals.

The following is a potential list of projects and tasks that a student can expect to take on during their internship (work is divided between student workers):

  • Design monthly 360 and Dream It. Do It. MN monthly newsletters
  • Assist with website content development and maintenance for 360 and Dream It. Do It. MN
  • Proof and write press releases, ads, articles, etc. and assist with press release coordination
  • Assist with various marketing tasks such as social media posts, social media analytics, e-newsletter analytics, Google Analytics, and Google Alerts
  • Assist with special events and robotics camps as needed
  • Assist with mailings, including tracking
  • Manage Dream It. Do It. MN Facebook and Twitter accounts
  • Create YouTube vidoes and utilize YouTube annotations to promote and build
    • YouTube presence, create YouTube playlists, and assist with increasing YouTube
    • SEO
  • Assist with the development or creative for promotional toolkits, like videos, etc. for Dream It Do It and 360.
  • Assist with various marketing research (e.g. statistics, social media platforms)
  • Attend and contribute to staff meetings
  • Design templates, ads, and other promotional materials.

Knowledge of Adobe software and Microsoft Office preferred.

This position may be used as an internship. Other benefits include scheduling work hours around your class schedule, possible employment throughout your studies at BSU, work on campus, and real-world experience.

Work is primarily directed by Jaimee Meyer, assistant director of 360/executive director of Dream It. Do It. MN and Jessica Gehrke, communications specialist for 360.

Please contact Jessica Gehrke at 218-755-2206 or jgehrke@bemidjistate.edu with any questions about the position. Please send resumes to jgehrke@bemidjistate.edu. Interviews will be scheduled immediately based upon resume and availability. 

 

Academic General Maintenance Workers

10/23/2015

Job Description: Student workers needed for general maintenance work in the academic buildings.  Regular payroll or work study eligible and flexible afternoon hours. 
Contact: Dan Statton, Memorial Hall #101, 755-2062

 

American Reads Tutor – Lincoln Elementary

Posted: 1/7/2016

An outstanding job opportunity is available for work study eligible students at Lincoln Elementary School.  Tutors will assist elementary age children in developing and improving their reading skills.  Various times and days are available.

Contact Person:  Jason Luksik, Principal, Lincoln Elementary School; Phone –218-333-3250

 

Athletics - Bucky the Beaver Mascot

Posted: 1/07/2016

Bucky the Beaver Tryouts: Jan 20th, BSU Gym at 7:30pm

Students interested in trying out for the Bemidji State University Mascot "Bucky", we will be having tryouts on Wednesday Jan 20th in the BSU Gym! Students who have experience with being a mascot or a willingness to perform and interact with the public during Events, Athletic Contests, Promotions, etc.. are encouraged to attend. We are also looking for potential students who are accomplished skaters as well! Requires ability to work weekends and is a Paid Position through Games Management within the BSU Athletics Department.

 

 

Bemidji Schools Community Education – After School Program Staff and Tutors - AKA - Kids & Company

Posted: 1/07/2016

Activity Assistants:
Several positions are available which involve working with elementary children after school from approximately 2:30 - 5:45 pm on school days.  Activity Assistants supervise and engage kids in a variety of enriching activities such as crafts, gym activities, computer, art, board games, homework assistance and reading at one of the seven ISD 31 elementary schools.  Prefer those who can work five days a week, but other options are also available.  This is an opportunity to hone group management skills while building positive relationships with children.  Most openings available in early August and January.


Posted: 1/07/2016

American Reads/America Counts Tutor:
An outstanding job opportunity is available to current work-study eligible students who are seeking a degree related to children. These tutors will assist children in the Kids & Company afterschool program with a variety of academic related activities such as homework completion, improving reading and math skills, reading to children and or listening to them read, or playing academic games.  Various weekdays are available.
Contact Person:   Susan Shelquist, phone 333-3284, ext. 309 email sac@bemidjicommunityed.com.   
**E-mail is the best method with our department - please make sure to check your e-mail account for a response**
 

 

Boys and Girls Club of the Bemidji Area

The Boys & Girls Club is an afterschool youth development facility about four blocks from the BSU campus that is virtually free to all youth.  In Bemidji, we typically serve 120-170 youth per day with about 60% elementary and 40% middle school/high school in a high energy environment.  Our goal is to help youth become productive, caring and responsible citizens through offering them a fun place to go that is safe, where there are supportive adults who offer a diverse range of opportunities as well as set expectations for success and recognize youth for their achievements large or small.


If this sounds like an environment that you would like to be a part of, please read below and inquire with Karl Mork, Impact & Administrative Director, at 218-444-4171 or preferably by email at kmork@paulbunyan.net.  Interviews and hiring is all done on a first come first serve basis, and this list will be updated as positions become filled.    

 

Openings for fall 2015

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Facilities & Maintenance Coordinator

Job Description:

         Work study position would involve supporting the physical safety, cleanliness, appearance and functionality of the Club grounds.  Applicant would be expected to clean & maintain high-traffic areas of the building using basic tools, protective equipment and chemicals. Applicant will identify, report & recommend solutions to physical safety & repair needs.  As time allows applicant may be asked to do provide basic level intervention to address those needs until permanent solutions can be implemented.  Prefer a candidate who is willing to start work after 5 p.m.

Requirements

          A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Self-starter, positive, organized, timely, reasonably handy, detail oriented and responsible.  Students would be expected to work approximately 10-14 hours a week as schedules allow.

 

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Member Services / Youth Development Coordinator
Job description:
    Work study position would involve assisting members signing in and out, answering phones, and assisting parents coming to pick up their kids.  Candidate would also assist in areas throughout the building with members as need dictates, making this position a diverse experience. The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child. Students who are interested in human services, education or just like working with youth, working at the Club can be terrific real life experience.  Job Description:
 

Requirements:
    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment. Preferred skills in an applicant include: task orientated, ability to multi-task, self-starter, flexible, organized, personable, positive, patient, helpful, and communicative.   Students would be expected to work approximately 10-15 hours a week between 2:30pm.-6:00p.m. M-F.

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Arts and Culture Coordinator
Job Description:
     Work study position would involve developing youth’s creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and an appreciation of the visual arts, crafts, performing arts, and creative writing.  Programs and activity examples include drawing, dance, origami, painting, photography, puppetry, sculpture, or storytelling. The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education, or just like working with youth, working at the Club would be a terrific real life experience.

Requirements:
    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Prior arts experience or proficiency, patient, nonjudgmental, teaching skills, program planning & implementation, positive, enthusiastic, ability to positively discipline, ability to stretch limitations and push for excellence, thinking outside the box. Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-7:00p.m. M-F.

Posted: 7/7/15

Position: Impact & Administrative Assistant

Works with our Impact & Administrative Director on developing successful outcome & output evaluation strategies and supports Club staff training, adoption, implementation and accountability.  Provide timely reporting based on outputs and outcomes to help drive Club programming, fulfill grant deliverables and drive future financial investment.  Provides assistance to the Impact & Administrative Director in the way of human resources, volunteer recruitment/retention, general organization and filing.

A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Position could be a great fit for students interested in business administration, psychology, measurement or human resources.  Preferred skills/traits in an applicant include: strong written language/keyboarding, detail oriented, assertiveness, task administration, works well in teams, have an affinity for children and is competent with Windows PC environment.  Students would be expected to work approximately 9-13 hours a week between the hours a week, scheduling is mostly flexible.

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Elementary Tutor

Job Description:

            Work study position would involve assisting, guiding, and encouraging elementary members to strive for their best academically by studying and doing homework with them whenever needed. The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education, or just like working with youth, working at the Club would be a terrific real life experience.

Requirements:

    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Prior tutoring experience, teaching skills, patience, positive, perseverance, encouraging, love of learning, knowledge of developmental characteristics & friendly.  Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-7:00p.m. M-F.

 

Posted: 8/22/15

Position: Elementary Social Recreation

Job Description:

                Work study position would involve planning, implementing, and supervising fun group programs that socially engage the elementary members and help them develop new friendships, social norms, learn sportsmanship as well as teambuilding and communication skills. Program and activity examples include group games, science classes, bike rides, game tournaments, music activities, carnivals, and more.  The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education, or just like working with youth, working at the Club would be a terrific real life experience.

Requirements:

    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Enthusiastic, flexible, creative, caring, ability to positively discipline, patience, level headed, and consistent. Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-6:00p.m. M-F

 

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Middle School & High School Tutor

Job Description:

            Work study position would involve assisting, guiding, and encouraging Tween and Teen members to strive for their best academically by studying and assisting in homework whenever needed. The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education, or just like working with youth, working at the Club would be a terrific real life experience.

Requirements:

    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Prior tutoring experience, strong math skills, teaching skills, patience, positive, perseverance, encouraging, love of learning, knowledge of developmental characteristics & friendly.  Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-7:00p.m. M-F.

 

Posted 8/22/2015

Position: High School Teen Coordinator
Job Description:
     Work study position would involve planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating programs and activities for youth grades 9th-12th. Program and activity possible examples include group games, self-esteem groups, substance abuse prevention, pre-mature sexual active prevention, career assistance, post-secondary education, volunteerism, field trips, and more.  The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education or just like working with youth, working at the Club can be a terrific real life experience. 

Requirements:
    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include:  Patient, teaching skills, listening skills, good motivator, self-starter, ability to positively discipline, excels academically, strong math skills. Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-7:00p.m. M-F.  Students may also be asked to work one or two Friday nights a month until 10 p.m.

 

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Sports, Fitness & Recreation Coordinator (Outdoor & Indoor)

Job Description:
    Work study position would involve planning, implementing, and supervising fun outdoor & indoor group programs that physically & mentally engage Club members and help them develop new friendships, social norms, learn sportsmanship as well as teambuilding and communication skills. Program and activity examples include teaching traditional & nontraditional sports fundamentals, playing cooperative & competitive games, leading fitness and workout groups and more.  Staff will be expected to bring youth outdoors in most weather situations including winter, after dark, snow and light rain.  The Club works to provide youth with opportunities and expectation for success as well as to develop a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in every child.  Students who are interested in human services, education, or just like working with youth, working at the Club would be a terrific real life experience.
Requirements:
    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Enthusiastic, physically in shape, likes winter, flexible, creative, caring, ability to positively discipline, patience, level headed, and consistent. Students would be expected to work approximately 8-12 hours a week between the hours of 2:30p.m.-7:00p.m. M-F.

Posted: 7/29/15

Position: Resource Development Assistant

Job Description:

         Work study position would involve supporting the marketing, resource development, & office duties of the Club.  Applicant would be expected to use social media and other forms of communication including phone, PSA & email to spread the message of the Boys & Girls Club.  Applicants will also be expected to use a computer database system to record donation trends, histories, create thank you notes, and generate reports to assist development. 

Requirements

          A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include: Self-starter, positive, organized, timely, ability to keep confidential, and reasonably proficient typing and computer skills.  Understanding of Word, Publisher, Excel & Social Media outlets is a plus.  We will train on proprietary database software. Students would be expected to work approximately 10-14 hours a week as schedules allow.

Position: Nutrition Coordinator

Posted: 9/8/15

Job Description:

                Work-study position would involve planning, implementing, supervising, evaluating & reporting on food service and gardening operations for youth of all ages.  The Club typically serves between 60-100 daily snacks as well as we run a 1000 square foot greenhouse on our property.  Students who are interested in human services, nutrition education, and professional education or just like working with youth, working at the Club can be a terrific real life experience. 

Requirements:
    A background check is a pre-requisite for employment.  Preferred skills in an applicant include:  Patient, teaching skills, attention to detail, a green thumb, good motivator, a self-starter, ability to positively discipline, willingness to clean & strong ability to multi-task. Students would be expected to work approximately 10-14 hours a week between the hours of 3:00p.m.-6:00p.m. M-F.

 

Call Center Representative

The BSU Call Center Representatives raise scholarship funds for BSU by calling alumni and asking them to make a gift to the Lakeside Fund, the general scholarship fund. The Call Center utilizes computerized calling terminals and is located in the lower level of the David Park House (BSU Foundation).
Call Center Representatives serve an important role as the primary point of contact between BSU and a large portion of our alumni, therefore it is critical that they serve as positive ambassadors of BSU.
Responsibilities:

•    Work between 6 and 12 hours per week.
•    Effectively communicate with alumni of BSU to encourage giving to the Lakeside Fund.
•    Be a goodwill ambassador for Bemidji State University.
•    Attend all mandatory-training sessions.
•    Arrive promptly to all assigned calling sessions and follow all policies/procedures of the BSU Call Center.

Reports to:       Director of Annual Giving
Tenure:    The calling center will operate throughout the entire academic year.  Calling will not be scheduled for holidays, semester breaks and for the weeks of finals.
Qualifications:    Working with the Calling Team requires demonstrated excellent oral communications skills.  Successful candidates will be enthusiastic about Bemidji State University and be knowledgeable about the campus and current happenings.

Calling team members should have general computer skills and be comfortable working with computers.  An ability to quickly learn new skills is essential.  Good command of the English language is also required
Evaluation:    Calling Team members will be evaluated on their attendance, oral communication skills, and fund raising and recruitment performance.
Hours:   The Bemidji State University Calling Center hours are:  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 6PM – 9PM

To apply:  e-mail Lisa Hofstad  (755-2872) for an application:

 

Career Services

Job Title: Peer Advisors

Posted: 11/17/2015

CLICK HERE for a detailed job description and instructions on how to apply.

 

Criminal Justice

(Beginning immediately, up to 10 hours per week during the academic year)

Work study or payroll student workers may apply. Flexible schedule.

Position: Criminal Justice student worker. Criminal Justice program at Bemidji State University, is seeking one student worker with a passion and knowledge of both print and web-based media relations support the department’s web presence and marketing materials.

This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in marketing, communications, public relations while learning about the complexities of the criminal justice field.  Student workers will work independently and in a team to achieve program goals.

The following is a potential list of projects and tasks that a student can expect:

Assist with the BSU Criminal Justice Department web presence.

Develop print-based marketing materials for the department.

§  Assist with various marketing research (e.g. statistics, social media platforms).

§  Coordinate and support various departmental activities and events as needed.

§  Design templates, ads, and other promotional materials.

§  Attend recruitment and advising events in support of faculty.

§  Search and post current criminal justice related job openings.

§  Maintain criminal justice hallway boards and screens.

Work is primarily directed by Dr. Elizabeth Hagensen, Chair of the Criminal Justice Department and Teresa LaFriniere. Please contact ehagensen@bemidjistate.edu or 218-755-284 with any questions about the position. Please send resumes to ehagensen@bemidjistate.edu  or tlafriniere@bemidjistate.edu. Interviews will be scheduled immediately based upon resume and availability.

 

OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING

Position: OCM Student (2 positions available)

Date Posted:

Job Description:

Everyone at Bemidji State University has a story to tell — faculty, staff or students, we all have something about our lives that is interesting and worth sharing. BSU’s Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) is seeking two student workers to help us find those stories and share them with the world.

Our students report to the associate director of communications and marketing and are responsible for a variety of different tasks, including but certainly not limited to helping manage and develop content for the university’s official social media channels, writing news releases and helping us track stories that mention BSU in the media. Our students also help us build graphics for our outdoor message boards and for use on the web.

Students in our office also shoot, edit and produce video content that we use in a variety of different channels, such as the BSU website, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter and Facebook. We also plan for our students to occasionally be assigned shoots of classes, presentations and other on-campus events or activities so our office can develop a library of video footage for use in our projects.

Requirements:

Students from any major or program on campus are welcome to apply for these positions. There are a few things we look for in our student workers. This isn’t a comprehensive list, and if you don’t fit some of these we can teach you. But this will give you a good idea of what we think you’ll need to be successful in these positions.

  • You should have an interest in meeting new people and talking to them about what makes their lives interesting and worth sharing with others.
  • You should have an interest in finding ways for the stories we tell to support the communications and marketing goals of the university.
  • You should be able to function in an environment that has dozens of projects going at any one time and be able to deliver quality work on deadlines — and sometimes under intense pressure from deadlines.
  • You should be comfortable with computers, and we prefer you to have a good working knowledge of Apple computers. We don’t expect you to be experts, but we’re a very technology-focused office and will be expecting you to learn a lot of software.
  • We would love it if you have an interest in the end-to-end process of producing video content, from gathering footage to delivering a final video. We would prefer you to have some existing skills with video editing; we have an editing station with Adobe Premiere.
  • Mostly, we want someone who is willing to learn, someone who will have fun and who will produce professional-quality work for our office.

Does this sound like something you’d want to do? Please contact us, and be prepared to share a resume and a sample of something you’ve written.

You’re going to enjoy working here.

Andy Bartlett, 755–2041, jbartlett@bemidjistate.edu, @abart01 on Twitter, Deputy Hall 327

 

Mass Communication

Job Opening: Mass Communication will have openings for equipment checkout workers and students to work sports video and radio station jobs again this year.
Contact: Roger Paskvan, Deputy 215L, 755-3903

 

Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematics Student Employment

Posted: 8/19/15

The Mathematics Program has two types of student employment positions available.   

1.   Primarily tutoring from Intermediate Algebra through Calculus. 

2.  Primarily office work but must also be able to tutor through at least College Algebra.  We need at least one student office worker who is able and willing to work for the department through Spring 2018.

Students in both positions may be asked to tutor, work in the office, proctor exams, assist in class, grade papers, run errands or do anything to assist the professional work of the Mathematics Program and its faculty.

Applicants must be reliable, trustworthy, and personable and have a positive attitude.  Priority will be given to students majoring or minoring in mathematics, mathematics education, or education with a middle school emphasis in mathematics, and to Honors Program students but other interested and qualified students are encouraged to apply.

We have more work-study positions than regular payroll but qualified regular payroll students are encouraged to apply.  Interested students should email Dr. Livingston at clivingston@bemidjistate.edu.

 

Public Safety Officer

The Department of Public Safety is currently in the process of hiring student officers to begin employment spring 2015 with the opportunity for full time hours during the summer.

This employment opportunity is a great resume builder regardless of field, offers a diverse working experience, and gives students an opportunity to help provide a safe and secure learning environment for the Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College communities.

An application can be obtained at the Department of Public Safety office located in the lower level of Walnut Hall or via the Internet at http://bemidjistate.edu/offices/safety/.  Simply go to the About tab, select the Student Employment tab from below, and click the “download an application here” link that is provided on that page.  The application can be submitted to the Department of Public Safety office via person, mail (The Department of Public Safety, 1500 Birchmont Dr. NE, Box #33, Bemidji, MN 56601- 2699), or e-mail (publicsafety@bemidjistate.edu).

Minimum requirements include: Enrolled for a minimum of six credits, GPA of at least 2.0 or higher, no criminal history (background checks are conducted), and a valid driver’s license.

Contact: Aaron Ebbighausen – 218-755-3888

 

KBSU Sports

Are you looking for a job in the fast paced world of live Sports Broadcasting?  KBSU Sports is currently seeking a production assistant to help out with broadcasting all BSU home basketball games.  Duties include camera operators, computer graphics, technical direction, video editing, set-up prior to the game and also take-down after the game.  No experience required, must be work study eligible.  Games are on Fridays and Saturdays at the BSU Gym.  Transportation and Meals are provided.
For more information or to apply: contact KBSU Sports Director Kelly A. Kirk at:
(218) 755-2912
kbsusports@gmail.com

 

Rec Center

Fitness Instructors (Work-Study Positions)

Bemidji State University Rec Center

Looking for ENTHUSIASTIC Male & Female Instructors

(Zumba, Pilates, Kettlebell, Yoga, TRX, ABS, STEPS, Kick-Boxing)

Minimum Certifications Requirements (current CPR/FIRST AID/AED)

Additional Certification from Club and/or Nationally Accredited Organization

 

Please contact Kierstin Hoven at the Rec Center if interested.


 

Housing & Residence Life

Residence Hall Desk Assistants:

Posted: 8/19/15

Residence hall desk receptionists are needed in each residence hall. Duties include performing administrative tasks, opening and closing the residence hall at break periods, working in the game rooms, checking out equipment, distributing mail and packages, etc.

Contact: If interested, contact Residence Hall Front Desk

 

Housing & Residence Life Central Office Desk Assistants:

Posted: 8/19/15

The Department of Housing & Residence Life needs student receptionists to answer general inquiries in person and over the phone, file, type, sort mail, and perform office tasks as assigned.  Hours available are Monday-Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. One year of residence hall living experience preferred. 1-2 positions available

Contact: Kelsey Christofferson – Housing & Residence Life, Walnut Hall, 755-3750

 

Residential Life General Maintenance Work:

Must be able willing to do manual labor including cleaning, mopping, dusting, vacuuming and other cleaning duties as assigned.  Work Study eligible - 25 positions available. 

Contact: Paul Ekhoff - Facility Services, Walnut Hall, 755-3755

 

Student Moving Crew:

Must be able to lift 70 pounds and willing to do manual labor including inventory and relocate building furniture and/or equipment, organize storage spaces, and assist with cleaning, if needed.  Work Study eligible - 10 positions available.

Contact: Paul Ekhoff - Facility Services, Walnut Hall, 755-3755
 

Student Center for Health & Counseling

Location:  Bemidji State University, Cedar Hall

Supervisor:  Kristi Reiplinger       

Posted: 12/07/2015

Job Title:  Student Worker/Receptionist

Purpose of Job:  To assist in the daily operation of the Student Center for Health & Counseling.

General Requirements:  Normal work hours (week days).  Ability to undertake and understand the importance of routine daily procedures while maintaining a good working relationship with students and staff.  Strict confidentiality of all records and data pertaining to clients must be kept. 

Duties and Responsibilities:  General reception duties (greeting clients upon entrance to the Clinic taking phone messages, making appointments); filing; running errands; assisting in the Health Education area and assisting with other miscellaneous assignments/events.  The applicant must be able to manage multiple tasks and pay attention to detail.

Equipment Routinely Used:  Telephone, Computer, photocopier, Fax machine, scanner, shredder.

Working Conditions:  The student employee must have the ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty and staff and be capable of handling urgent situations when they present.  Work hours vary from day to day depending upon the availability of the student.  Office hours are 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday when classes are in session.

CLICK HERE for the application.

Complete an application and submit it to Kristi Reiplinger at the Student Center for Health & Counseling.  If you have any questions call 218-755-2053 or email kreiplinger@bemidjistate.edu.

 

TECHNICAL SUPPORT CUSTOMER SPECIALIST – BSU and NTC

Responsibilities:
•    Work between 10 and 20 hours per week.
•    Effectively communicate with faculty, staff and students.
•    Provide phone and hands-on technical support to faculty, staff and students on a variety of software and hardware issues with the prime emphasis on troubleshooting and problem solving.

Reports to:  Student Manager

Position: Students needed at Northwest Technical College and Bemidji State University Tech Support.

Qualifications:    Excellent customer service skills. General computer skills and be comfortable working with computers.  An ability to quickly learn new skills is essential.  Good command of the English language. Preference given to Freshmen and Sophomores.

Hours:   Tech Support hours are Monday – Thursday 7:30-5:00 p.m. and Friday 7:30 to 4:30 p.m.

To apply:  Pick up application at the front desk in Tech Support in Deputy 161. Return to Melissa Arneson when completed with copy of Fall schedule.

Any questions,  please email Melissa at marneson@bemidjistate,edu

 

Writing Resource Center

Posted: 12/1/2015

– Administrative Assistant(s) Spring 2016

The Writing Resource Center (WRC) staff are looking for is looking for 3 - 4 students to join our community working part-time as administrative assistants during regular business hours. Typically, the center is open 10:00am – 7:00pm M – Th, and 10:00am – 2:00pm on Friday.

WRC Administrative Assistants are responsible for:

  • Welcoming writers to the center
  • Assisting writers to make appointments if needed
  • Answering the center phone and assisting callers as needed
  • Maintaining WRC records daily and weekly
  • Working with the WRC staff and director to make sure supplies are replenished as needed
  • Support WRC staff as needed
  • Other projects as developed with the director.

WRC Administrative Assistants will typically work between 4 – 15 hours a week. Training will begin January 11, 2016, or upon hiring. If you are interested please contact WRC Director Dr. Brandy Grabow (bgrabow@bemidjistate.edu).

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