Undergraduate Student Employment Application Deadline

Federal Work Study Job Opportunities

Date: August 2, 2019 8:00 am

POSITION #1
Title: Office Assistant & Student Ambassador (job description)
Pay Rate: Work Study Required; $10.00 (merit increases based on longevity and performance)
Hours: Monday-Friday, 12:00-1:00 PM + 4:00-5:00 pm; special projects as needed
Supervisor: Jennifer Wright

Description: Assist with basic administrative functions of the music office. Must have good communication and organizational skills. Ability to work with various members of the department and campus community. Provide administrative support to the Coordinator of Department Operations & Undergraduate Recruitment, the Department Administrator, and the Coordinator of Performance Facilities & Operations. Assist with special projects.

Duties:

  • professionally greet all students and visitors
  • answer telephone/general email account and direct appropriately; is a knowledgeable resource and problem solver
  • manage messages and notify faculty/staff as appropriate
  • assist in maintaining inventory of office supplies
  • process classroom requests
  • meet with prospective students
  • assist in receiving and routing incoming/outgoing mail
  • assist with planning and preparation of various departmental events
  • scan and copy documents
  • run errands as needed
  • maintain appearance of music office, copy/mail room, and supply closets
  • maintains confidentiality of student records

Qualifications: This position requires a professional, dependable, positive, friendly, organized, and self-motivated person with excellent communication skills. Additionally, this position requires someone who is willing to work in an environment with strong emphasis on providing customer service to students, faculty, staff, and guests. The Student Ambassador portion of this position is a leadership opportunity dedicated to serving and representing CWRU Music. This position will occasional provide campus tours, serve as a representative and perform duties at various campus and community events.

Must be in good academic standing.

Computer skills required: Microsoft Office Suite and G-Suite; experience with social media platforms and Canva graphic-design tool preferred but not required.

Apply: Email letter of interest and resume to Jennifer Wright by August 2, 2019. Subject Line: Student Office Assistant I.

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POSITION #2
Title: Events & Operations Staff (job description)
Pay Rate: Work Study Required; $10.00 (merit increases based on longevity and performance)
Hours: Monday-Friday, 4:00-10:00 pm + Sat/Sun, 12:00-10:00 pm (special events as needed)
Supervisor: Summer Canter

Description: Events & Operations Staff is a combined work study position. Students will be assigned weekly shifts in Denison Hall and supplement these hours by covering live concerts & events in Harkness Chapel. Each student must be available to work at least two 2-4 hour shifts per week. Shifts are set for the same day/time each week, rotating Friday evenings. Live concerts and events will supplement the regularly weekly hours, up to an additional 4-8 hours per week during peak performance season. Must be available evenings/weekends.

Duties:

  • (see attached job description)

Qualifications: Staff members must enjoy working with the public, demonstrate excellent customer service skills, understand rehearsal set-up, stage/performance management, and possess strong communication skills. Coordinator of Performance Facilities and Operations (Summer Canter) will communicate work assignments and create monthly schedules. Training will be provided to all staff. This position requires great responsibility, professionalism, dependability, and punctuality. It is expected that staff members will remain on-site for the entire assignment, wear appropriate attire, and have a welcoming presence. Mandatory training session required on the first Friday of each semester, 12:30-1:30pm.

Must be in good academic standing.

Computer skills required: Microsoft Office Suite and G-Suite; experience with social media platforms and Canva graphic-design tool preferred but not required.

Apply: Email letter of interest and resume to Summer Canter by August 2, 2019. Subject Line: Events & Operations Staff.

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POSITION #3
Title: Audio Recording Technician (job description)
Pay Rate: Work Study Required; $10.00 (merit increases based on longevity and performance)
Hours: Flexible. Cover music events as scheduled. Must be available evenings/weekends.
Supervisor: Mr. Bruce Egre, Head of Audio Recording

Description: Provide recording services for the Department of Music (ensemble concerts, student recitals and recording sessions). Attend a mandatory weekly meeting to assign work and review procedures, and completed work. This position requires great responsibility, professionalism, dependability, and punctuality. Keeping an accurate schedule is crucial. It is expected that the recording technician check-in with the performer(s) prior to each event.

Duties:

  • (see attached job description)

Qualifications: An interest in learning basic recording techniques, including microphone placement and operation of recording equipment. Basic knowledge preferred but not required. Recordings are typically more frequent toward the middle to end of each semester (Fall: October-December/Spring: March-May). Time commitment for a recording session, concert or recital is approx. 2-4 hours.

Must be in good academic standing.

Apply: Email letter of interest and resume to Jennifer Wright  by August 2, 2019. Subject Line: Audio Recording Technician.

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POSITION #4
Title: Computer Lab Monitor (job description)
Pay Rate: Work Study Required; $10.00 (merit increases based on longevity and performance)
Hours: Sat., 12-5pm; Sun., 1-5pm; Weekday evenings; Day shifts between 10am-5pm
Supervisor: Dr. Ken Went, IT Coordinator

Description/Qualifications: CWRU Music is looking for student lab monitors who are responsible, reliable, and have working knowledge of computers and printers. Must enjoy working with the public, demonstrate excellent customer service skills, and possess strong communication skills. Students will monitor and maintain computer lab for functionality and order.

Must be in good academic standing.

Duties:

  • (see attached job description)

Apply: Email letter of interest and resume to Dr. Ken Wendt by August 2, 2019. Subject Line: Computer Lab Monitor.

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