Military Science Office Worker
Required Schedule Flexibility
(1-5 scale with 5 as most flexible): 3
The Military Science Office operates from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Students can also work at other times performing necessary tasks and attending events related to the ROTC program. Student workers perform a number of primary and secondary tasks during the typical day.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Answer the phone, take messages, and transfer calls as needed,
Greet departmental guests,
Perform assigned and implied tasks in a timely manner; including secretarial tasks of typing, gathering information, and filling out forms,
Identify and shop for departmental needs through the warehouse and local stores,
Empty and reline all trash cans, daily if necessary,
Make coffee, stocking refrigerator, candy and dry products daily,
Sweep, mop, and straighten chairs in both offices and the Military Science classroom,
Straighten and restock the brochures located at the end of the Military Science hallway,
Water office plants as needed.
Secondary duties and responsibilities:
Transport students for classes or off-campus trips,
Participate in ROTC related events such as color guards.
Communication skills; ability to communicate effectively and tactfully on the phone, and to greet departmental guests with appropriate decorum,
Dependability, punctuality, loyalty, and initiative,
Computer skills, including but not limited to typing documents, completing spreadsheets, and researching,
Math and English skills,
Ability to multi-task and maintain situational awareness.
Display desirable character traits, professionalism and respect,
Serve as a noteworthy example of the Army values,
Serve as a valuable information resource for our cadets and guests,
Ability to work well with others.
The student will:
Demonstrate a knowledge in basic computer operation to include the use of Microsoft Office programs,
Maintain a safe, efficient, and clean work area,
Be a certified 15-passenger van operator,
Demonstrate a knowledge of basic military protocol and courtesy,
Demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form,
Demonstrate responsibility by arriving to work on time and completing tasks in a timely manner, with little supervision,
Demonstrate the ability to take the lead on a variety of office projects and events to include ceremonies, banquets, etc.,
Produce quality products while developing attention to detail,
Ensure the confidentiality of sensitive personal identity information when processing student and cadet records,
Effectively operate a variety of office equipment,
Develop the following traits expected of Army cadets and officers: display and exercise initiate; make sound and timely decisions; develop and motivate subordinates, teams, and units; analyze, manage, and adapt to change in complex environments; establish goals and priorities for action; organize time resources appropriately; communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers, and civilians; internalize and model the seven Army values; exhibit professional ethics; and plan, execute, and assess unit training activities.