Faculty Services Student Worker/Administrative Assistant
Required Schedule Flexibility
(1-5 scale with 5 as most flexible): 3
The Faculty Services office is the information center for all activities occurring in the Nettie Marie Jones Building. The Faculty Services student workers’ main priority is to serve the faculty in the Jones Building in whatever capacity they might need. We are open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. One Faculty Services student worker also monitors the Jones computer Lab from 6pm - 10 pm, Monday through Thursday and Sunday. The main departments served include the following: English, History, Art, Bible and Theological Studies, Foreign Language, The Writing Center, and Theater.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Accurately type documents—syllabi, tests, handouts, etc.
Make copies of C of O related material for faculty and staff only.
Grade objective sections of quizzes and exams.
Run general errands for faculty and supervisor.
Greet all visitors.
Answer the telephone, transfer calls, and take messages when necessary, with proper office etiquette.
Proctor classes/Monitor tests for professors.
Shred confidential material.
Use office equipment properly—computer, copier, scanner, etc.
Utilize standard Windows Microsoft Office programs—Word, Excel.
File all documentation in an organized, effective manner.
Pick up and deliver mail.
Work closely with composition professors to help students improve essential writing skills.
Maintain total confidentiality.
Secondary duties and responsibilities:
Clean and maintain the Faculty Services office, kitchenette, and Jones Computer Labs.
Demonstrate proper and professional office etiquette.
Work with others as a team to accomplish tasks together.
Be able to type and have good computer skills.
Demonstrate above average grammar and writing skills.
Be dependable, honest, and trustworthy.
Display an eagerness to serve.
Take initiative to complete tasks.
Perform to fullest potential.
Take the opportunity to learn from faculty, staff, and peers.
Foster a strong work ethic.
Maintain patience in working with all different kinds of people.
Exhibit good character and values.
Become a leader in a community.
Serve with eagerness, an open heart, mind, and spirit.
Please submit a resumé and recent academic essay to apply.
The student will develop the following skills:
Learn and follow all policies and procedures of the Faculty Services office and develop workplace loyalty.
Develop appropriate telephone and office etiquette.
Develop and use effective communication skills with faculty, staff, and visitors.
Understand and model appropriate work attire and display positive work habits.
Interact respectfully with co-workers and promote a positive atmosphere in the Faculty Services office.
Master grammatical and effective writing skills in order to assist composition students.
Continually strive to improve both personally and professionally while working both independently and with a team.
Adhere to an assigned work schedule with promptness, initiative, and prior notice regarding any unforeseen schedule change.
Develop a professional mentality and composure while serving faculty members, especially when proctoring classes.