Position Openings

Office of Student Life openings:

Graduate Practica

Apply now for Fall 2015 (Spring 2015 position has been filled)

Graduate students interested in a practicum experience at the Office of Student Life should send us a current resume or vita, and a brief (no more than 2 pages) summary of goals and expectations for a practicum in our office. This summary should be specific to the Office of Student Life, and address how our services, mission, etc., mesh with the student's practicum goals and expectations.

We encourage you to review our site to see the variety of services we offer. You are sure to find something that interests you!

 

Student Office Assistant (4-5 positions available)

Apply now for Fall 2015

STUDENT JOB DESCRIPTION 

POSITION TITLE:             Student Office Assistant
SUPERVISOR:                  Laurel Moody
DEPARTMENT:                Office of Student Life
POSITION STATUS:         Part-Time, Variable Hours, Fall 2015 school year
STARTING SALARY:        $7.25 per hour 

JOB DEFINITION:

Under the supervision of a full-time staff member, this position performs the following duties (though not limited to those listed):

  • Completes tasks as assigned by the supervisor and other members of the office staff.
  • Utilizes the most economical and efficient method of completing tasks.  Work must be accurate, neat, and conform to departmental and university regulations.
  • Serves as administrative support:  Answers telephone and schedules appointments for staff members. Verbal and written communication skills must be excellent.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all office files and information relating to the operation of the office.  Confidentiality in this office is A MUST and failure to comply can result in termination.
  • Complies with general office policies and procedures in reporting to the supervisor and completing tasks.
  • General office duties within the Office of Student Life may include (but are not limited to) typing, copying, filing, running errands (on-campus), and other duties as assigned.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Dependable and courteous with evidence of initiative
  • Ability to organize, communicate well, and knowledge of general office procedures
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at any given time
  • Professional in all interactions with students, faculty, and staff
  • Experience in the use of a computer required
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office; particularly Word and Excel
  • Good typing skills with speed and accuracy required
  • Good academic standing according to university standards
  • Knowledge on the operation of office machines is helpful
  • Previous office experience helpful
Center for Advocacy, Response & Education openings:

CARE - Student Office Assistant (4-5 positions available)

Apply now for Fall 2015

STUDENT JOB DESCRIPTION 

POSITION TITLE:             Center for Advocacy, Response and Education (CARE) Office Assistant
SUPERVISOR:                  Laurel Moody
DEPARTMENT:                CARE
POSITION STATUS:         Part-Time, Variable Hours, Fall 2015 school year
STARTING SALARY:        $7.25 per hour

CARE Mission:

The Center for Advocacy, Response and Education (CARE) is a safe space for any member of the K-State community who has been affected by dating, domestic, and sexual violence, stalking or harassment to receive confidential services. CARE collaborates across identities and sheds light on the realities of psychological, emotional, financial, physical and sexual forms of violence. CARE challenges the campus community to join us in advocating for positive social change while addressing the influences and social patterns that lead to interpersonal violence and other forms of oppression.

JOB DEFINITION:

Under the supervision of a full-time staff member, this position performs the following duties (though not limited to those listed):

  • Completes tasks as assigned by the supervisor and other members of the office staff.
  • Utilizes the most economical and efficient method of completing tasks.  Work must be accurate, neat, and conform to departmental and university regulations.
  • Serves as administrative support:  Answers telephone and schedules appointments for staff members. Verbal and written communication skills must be excellent.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all office files and information relating to the operation of the office.  Confidentiality in this office is A MUST and failure to comply can result in termination.
  • Complies with general office policies and procedures in reporting to the supervisor and completing tasks.
  • General office duties within the CARE office may include (but are not limited to) typing, copying, filing, running errands (on-campus), and other duties as assigned.
  • Support clients who come to the office in emotional distress.
  • Explain basic office policies and practices to CARE office clients.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Knowledge of the basic dynamics of gender based crimes is preferred.
  • Dependable and courteous with evidence of initiative
  • Ability to organize, communicate well, and knowledge of general office procedures
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks at any given time
  • Professional in all interactions with students, faculty, and staff
  • Experience in the use of a computer required
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office; particularly Word and Excel
  • Good academic standing according to university standards
  • Previous office experience helpful