Student Employment Application Procedures
Technology Services accepts applications throughout the year for various technology related positions. You will be notified by e-mail or by phone if selected for an interview. The positions that we fill are below.
- Lab assistants - Willow, Newcomb and the Library Learning Commons
- Onsite technicians - for help with onsite desktop support
- Laptop In-take technicians - for the Technology Services Center in Central Building
Please feel free to apply for any positions.
Skill Requirements (Applicants must have the following skill-sets for Lab and Helpdesk positions) :
- Willingness to learn
- Must be able to communicate effectively
- Basic Windows desktop and file management
- Basic Macintosh desktop and file management
- Basic knowledge of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Equipment Requirements (Applicants must know the following for Media positions) :
- Willingness to learn to use, troubleshoot, and maintain instructional technology equipment
- Deliver audio-visual and presentation equipment to classrooms and other campus facilities
- Setup and operate audio-visual and presentation equipment
- Assist in on-going equipment and facility maintenance activities
- Participate in media production activities
In order to be considered for a position with Technology Services, you must first go through the application process. The following steps must be completed:
- Write John Ducote at email@example.com and request an application.
- Complete the application. All sections of the application must be filled out.
- On the skills assessment, please evaluate your skills carefully. Do not rate your skills higher or lower than you feel they actually are.
- Submit the completed application by pressing the submit button at the bottom of the form.
- Applicants will be contacted by e-mail or phone for job interviews as needs arise.
Work hours are arranged to be compatible with each student's class schedule during the semester and will not exceed 20 hours per week during the semester.
During the summer each student can work up to 40 hours a week.