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Federal Work Study Student Assistant Pool - Orange Coast College - 2018/2019 Academic Year
Coast Community College District in Costa Mesa, California
 
 
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Date Posted 03/08/2019
Category
Admin-Student Affairs and Services
Salary $12.00 Hourly -  
Employment Type Short Term
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 
Definition

A student assistant works in a particular department of the college or the district site and has job responsibilities specifically designed for a student. Assignments typically deal with clerical or communication related duties and assistance to any division. However, the nature of the job may vary from department to department. These jobs also take into account the class timings and exam schedule of the student and are more flexible than off-campus jobs. Most of these jobs are part of a financial aid package for a student and are also known as work study.
 
Student employment under the Federal Work Study program is intended, to the maximum extent practicable, to complement and reinforce the educational program or vocational goals of each student. Departments hiring student assistants who are paid through the Federal Work Study program should confirm with the student, the program of study that the student is pursuing and make a reasonable effort to provide a job which relates to and complements the respective program of study.
 
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:  Student assistants have a wide variety of choices and can choose assignments in a department that is aligned with their academic and career goals and interests, as available.  Accordingly the duties and responsibilities will varying depending on the nature of the assignment.  Examples include, but are not limited to the following:
 
ATHLETICS OPTION:

  1. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment
  2. Manual labor.
  3. Set up facilities and equipment
  4. Cleaning and laundry
  5. Support teams
  6. Outdoor duties
  7. Use modern office equipment.
  8. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  9. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  10. Act as student management trainee.
  11. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped
Skills and Competencies
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
 
CHEMISTRY OPTION:
  1. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment
  2. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  3. Grading objective tests.
  4. Use modern office equipment.
  5. Laboratory maintenance; assist students in lab settings.
  6. Mix chemicals.
  7. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  8. Make simple repairs on various media equipment.
  9. Operate technical equipment.
  10. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  11. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  12. Act as student management trainee.
  13. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  14. Assist in computer programming.
  • Stockroom assistant will perform various tasks, such as washing chemistry equipment, cleaning labs, organizing and labeling supplies, maintaining equipment, repairing glassware, and handling chemicals like refilling solutions and solids, mixing solutions, and preparing samples, etc.
Skills and Competencies
  • One semester of introductory or general chemistry (Chem 130, 180, 185), taken at Orange Coast College
  • Ability to balance work and studies
 
CHILDREN'S CENTER OPTION:
  1. Assists Child Development Specialist or Child Care Center assistants with daily routines of the children indoors and outdoors.
  2. Helps with set-up and clean-up activities. Engages with children under close supervision, and when action independently, must function with specific guidelines.
  3. Assists with breakfast, lunch and snack set-up and clean-up.
  4. Other related duties are assigned
  5. Tutor children in reading
Skills and Competencies
  • Minimum Qualifications: Ability to provide basic support of children while working under direct supervision. Patience and understanding of children. Ability to follow instructions. Negative T.B. Test. Ability to maintain positive relationships with other staff and parents, some knowledge of child development preferred. Fingerprint and Child Abuse Index check clearance- completed during hiring process. Physical examination. Must be able to perform and meet physical demand required in their capacity.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.

CLERICAL/FRONT DESK OPTION:
  1. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  2. Use modern office equipment.
  3. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  4. Grading objective tests.
  5. Cashiering.
  6. Accounting
  7. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  8. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  9. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  10. Act as student management trainee.
  11. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  12. Assist in computer programming.
Department Hiring
  1. Human Resources
  2. EOPS/CARE
  3. Starbucks Office
  4. Counseling File Room
  5. Math-Self-Paced
  6. Career Resource Center
  7. Payroll Department-District Office
  8. Student Health Center
  9. Honor's Office
  10. Puente Program
  11. Job and Internship Center
  12. Community Education
  13. Counseling-Front Counter
  14. Visual and Performing Arts
  15. Electronics technology
Skills and Competencies
  • Computer skills, familiar with Microsoft Office, able to type, good communication skills.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.

ELECTRONICS-INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION OPTION:
  1. Technology Lab facility maintenance
  2. Setup before classes
  3. Assist during class
  4. Clean-up after class
  5. Maintain equipment (clean, alignment, calibration, repair)
  6. Organize cabinets
  7. Take inventory
  8. Restock inventory
  9. Maintain computers and equipment
  10. Prepare instructional materials
  11. Provide data entry services
 Skills and Competencies
  • Be willing to learn new skills that relate to the position.
  • Familiar with components, tools and test equipment related to electronics, computers, robotics and, industrial automation systems.
  • Proficient with Microsoft products: operating systems, Office applications etc.

FILM/VIDEO OPTION:
  1. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  2. Use modern office equipment.
  3. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  4. Operate technical equipment.
  5. Laboratory maintenance; assist students in lab settings.
  6. Cashiering.
  7. Accounting.
  8. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  9. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  10. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  11. Act as student management trainee.
  12. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  13. Assist students in advanced science or math laboratories.
  14. Assist in computer programming.
  • This is an assistant-level position which will encompass a variety of duties, depending on technical experience and availability. Duties include: checking film/video equipment in and out, assisting students with technical questions and demonstrating how to use the equipment, checking hard-drives in and out, assisting students with iMovie, Adobe Premier, ProTools, and Avid editing system questions, moving equipment between facilities, assisting and instructors with Film/Video and TV Production classes, general office work and filing, and occasionally helping with various events and film festivals.
 Skills and Competencies
  • For equipment room and TV studio: students must have already taken OCC Film/Video classes that use our facilities and equipment so that they are more familiar with it than new students. For office duties and filing: familiarity with our equipment and facilities is preferred but not required. For ALL Positions: good communication skills, reliability, organization, and positive attitudes are a must.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
 
FOOD SERVICES OPTION:
  1. Use modern office equipment
  2. Food Preparation
  3. Manual Labor
  4. Cashiering.
  5. Accounting
  6. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  7. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  8. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  9. Act as student management trainee.
  10. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  • Cashier/Customer Service, take customer orders accurately, prepare food, maintain are stocked, take inventory, wash dishes/working materials, maintain facility clean and neat according to health code, take trash out, be a team player, provide service support for catered events.
Departments Hiring:
  1. Starbucks
  2. Cafeteria
  3. Snack Shack
  4. Game On Food Truck
 Skills and Competencies
  • Customer service, ability to multi-task and problem solve, ability to lift, ability to work under pressure and fast paced environment.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
 
INTERNAL AUDIT OPTION:
  1. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  2. Use modern office equipment.
  3. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  4. Operate technical equipment.
  5. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  6. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  7. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  8. Act as student management trainee.
  9. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  10. Conduct research assignments related to internal audit policies, procedures and best practices.
  11. Attend meetings.
 Skills and Competencies
  • Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel to create tables and write memos and reports. Ability to learn how to use office equipment. Ability to use the internet to conduct research and contact other organizations in order to obtain information related to research assignment. Desire to learn more about the internal audit function and its value to the organization
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
     
LIBRARY OPTION:
  1. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  2. Use modern office equipment.
  3. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports
  4. Manual labor.
  5. Cashiering
  6. Make simple repairs on various media equipment
  7. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  8. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  9. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  10. Act as student management trainee.
  11. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  12. Assist in computer programming.
  • Student Assistant will be assigned to public services desks or shelf library materials. Serve the patrons at the counter by answering their questions when it is appropriate, directing them to the proper area or person for assistance, assisting with reserves collections and charging and discharging library materials. Answer telephone at the front desk and route to proper department or person, if needed. Complete material searches and shelf library materials. Keep materials in call number order and prep materials for shelving staff. Assist with computer lab and library equipment.
Skills and Competencies
  • Attention to detail and must have knowledge of basic mathematics. English alphabet, and computer skills; Student will be required to shelve library materials by Library of Congress Classification System procedures; therefore will need to understand the English alphabet and decimals. Willingness to work with students, instructors, staff, and community. Ability to follow and understand oral and written instructions. Students work directly with the public and answer the telephones.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
MATH TUTOR OPTION:
  1. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment
  2. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  3. Grading objective tests.
  4. Use modern office equipment.
  5. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  6. Make simple repairs on various media equipment.
  7. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  8. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  9. Act as student management trainee.
  10. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  11. Assist in computer programming.
  • Self-paced math classes are classes that offered in an alternate-paced, cooperative-laboratory format. Students work cooperatively with the instructors, the tutors and the computers to learn the class materials.
  • Skill required: Tutor students on Math 005, 008, 010, are not required but preferred, math 030. The job will consist of you assisting students with their computer assignments and assisting the instructors with some clerical tasks
Skills and Competencies
  • Complete of math 030 or higher at least a grade of B.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
  • If math requirement (as listed above) is not achieved, you can apply for the clerical position (see the other job description). In addition, with the experience in self-paced Math Center, you can obtain letters of recommendation for other positions in the field of education. Furthermore, if you choose to volunteer 20 hours per year, you will be nominated for the Services and Leadership award

 
PROFESSIONAL MARINER OPTION:
  1. Clerical office support, such as answering phones, filing, sorting mail.
  2. Use modern office equipment.
  3. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  4. Operate technical equipment.
  5. Laboratory maintenance; assist students in lab settings.
  6. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  7. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  8. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  9. Act as student management trainee.
  10. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  11. Assist with the sailing classes (on water)
 Skills and Competencies
  • Professional Mariner student for at least one semester or equivalent skills.
  • Boat handling and sailing skills preferable.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.
 
RECYCLING CENTER OPTION:
  1. Manual labor.
  2. Custodial duties.
  3. Work Outdoors
  4. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  5. Operate technical equipment.
  6. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  7. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  8. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  9. Act as student management trainee.
  10. Drive delivery routes.
  11. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
 Skills and Competencies
  • Basic computer skills, ability to communicate with customers and customer service skills.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.

SCULPTURE OPTION:
  1. Use modern office equipment.
  2. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  3. Studio maintenance and cleaning.
  4. Basic maintenance of woodworking and metalworking equipment.
  5. Perform tasks requiring basic knowledge of tools.
  6. Deal with public and other students or employees in an art studio.
  7. Assist students with materials and tools.
  • Responsibilities include working independently, will be assigned special tasks and carry responsibility for a segment of a program or project requiring judgment, maturity.

TECHNOLOGY OPTION:
  1. Use modern office equipment.
  2. Use a computer and applicable software to enter and retrieve information and reports.
  3. Laboratory maintenance; assist students in lab settings.
  4. Make simple repairs on various media equipment.
  5. Operate technical equipment.
  6. Perform tasks requiring technical skills.
  7. Deal with public and other students or employees in a stressful environment.
  8. Repair technical and electronic equipment.
  9. Act as student management trainee.
  10. Act as language interpreter or interpreter for the handicapped.
  11. Assist students in advanced science or math laboratories.
  12. Assist in computer programming.
  • Responsibilities include working independently, supervising one or more students, will be assigned special tasks and carry responsibility for a segment of a program or project requiring judgment, maturity, or other special qualifications.
DEPARTMENTS HIRING:
  1. Architecture Technology-Fabrication Assistant
  2. Architecture Technology- Graphics Assistant
  3. Construction Technology
  4. Aviation Maintenance Technology
  5. Welding
  6. Computer Center
 SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
  • Architecture/Graphics- Hardware Skills: graphics, rendering, augmented and virtual reality equipment
  • Software Skills: 2D presentation, 3D modeling
  • Recommended courses: ARCH 105/115 (Concept), 162/163 (3D), 165 (2D), and 167 (Video)
  • Architecture/Fabrication- Hardware skills: Shop tools and digital fabrication equipment
  • Software Skills: 2D presentation, 3D modeling
  • Recommended courses: ARCH 162/163 (3D), 165 (2D), and 170/171/172 (Fabrication)
  • Welding- Students need to satisfy training for a metal shop and ability to carry 60Ibs, be able to use oxyacetylene cutting and plasma cutting equipment. A safety test will be administered for the position.
  • Construction- Assist instructor in lab area. Will involve physical activities such as material and tool organization. Position may require heavy lifting. Will also assist instructor in office duties such as making copies.
  • Computer Center – must have taken CIS 100 or CIS 111
  • Aviation Maintenance- Assistant will maintain tooling and stock inventory, maintain supply inventory, maintain free stock inventory, organize tool crib, Must be able to do heavy lifting of up to 50 pounds. Support for faculty, Assist with the updating of publications, Photocopy, collate, staple, and otherwise prepare materials as directed, Scan various documents and convert them to alternate format, Assist with design and development of brochures and web presentations.
  • Ability to balance work and studies.

Qualifications and Physical Demands

Students must be enrolled in a minimum number of units to be eligible for a student assistant position. Please refer to AP 7270 Student Assistants for additional information.

Conditions of Employment

  • Some positions may require prolonged periods of standing.
  • Regular attendance is considered an essential job function; the inability to meet attendance requirements may preclude the employee from retaining employment.
  • The person holding this position is considered a mandated reporter under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in Coast Community College District policies, procedures, and Title IX. (Reference: BP/AP 5910)
  • The Coast Community College District celebrates all forms of diversity and is deeply committed to fostering an inclusive environment within which students, staff, administrators, and faculty thrive. Individual's interested in advancing the District's strategic diversity goals are strongly encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified applicants with disabilities who self-disclose.

 

Additional Information

Application materials must be electronically submitted on-line at http://www.cccd.edu/employment.  Incomplete applications and application materials submitted by mail will not be considered.


Application Requirements:  To be considered for employment as a Federal Work-Study Student Assistant you must submit a complete application packet. A complete application packet includes:
 

  • An online application.
  • A copy of your current class schedule and total units must be attached.
  • A copy of your Federal Work Study Award Email must be attached.


 EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
  • To be considered in the initial committee review, all materials requested in this vacancy notice must be received no later than the filing deadline.  Submission of all application materials is the responsibility of the applicant.
  • The District does not contact nor employ outside agencies or headhunters to assist us in the recruitment process for our vacant positions.
  • Applicants wishing to apply for more than one position must submit separate application materials for each desired position.
  • During the interview process, consideration will be given to factors in addition to education and experience, including but not limited to: professional development, ability to work with others, and commitment to meet student needs.
  • Applicants who are eliminated from consideration will be notified by email. All applicants are requested to provide an email address in their online application.
  • Candidates should not expect official notification of the status of their candidacy until the Board of Trustees has acted upon the College's recommendation for employment.
  • The District reserves the right to contact the current or most recent employer and to investigate past employment records of applicants selected for interviews.
  • The District reserves the right to extend the deadline, re-advertise the position or delay filling this position based on the needs of the District and the student population we serve.
  • The College does not return materials submitted in application for a position. (Copies of original supporting documents are acceptable.)

 

The Coast Community College District is a multi-college district that includes Coastline Community CollegeGolden West College, and Orange Coast College.  The three colleges offer programs in transfer, general education, occupational/technical education, community services and student support services.  Coastline, Golden West and Orange Coast Colleges enroll more than 60,000 students each year in more than 300 degree and certificate programs.

Since it's founding in 1947, the Coast Community College District has enjoyed a reputation as one of the leading community college districts in the United States.  Governed by a locally elected Board of Trustees, the Coast Community College District plays an important role in the community by responding to needs of a changing and increasingly diverse population.

THE COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:

The Coast Community College District is committed to employing qualified administrators/managers, faculty, and staff members who are dedicated to student learning and success. The Board recognizes that diversity in the academic environment fosters awareness, promotes mutual understanding and respect, and provides suitable role models for all students.  The Board is committed to hiring and staff development processes that support the goals of equal opportunity and diversity, and provide equal consideration for all qualified candidates.  The District does not discriminate unlawfully in providing educational or employment opportunities to any person on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or genetic information.

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