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Available Work Study Positions

Arkansas Public Administration Consortium

Term: Spring 2014:

Job description:

  • Assist program staff in the preparation of training material
  • Answer telephone, and answer general inquiries about the different programs or classes offered by APAC
  • Run errands on campus
  • Make copies
  • Do light typing
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Job Qualifications:

  • Possess good communication and telephone skills
  • Experience with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint a plus
  • Responsible, reliable, people oriented, detail orientated, punctual
  • In general a person with a good attitude who is a team player

Job Location: Ross Hall, 6th Floor

Contact: Lisa Crittenden, lacrittenden@ualr.edu or 501.569.3436/Ross Hall 624




Graduate School - 5th Floor Library

Job description: The Graduate School is looking for a workstudy student to work up to 20 hours a week. The student will need the following skills:

  • ability to file in alphabetical order
  • knowledge of Excel, MS Word, and UALR’s email system
  • skills in using a multiple line phone
  • ability to have flexible hours
  • ability to deliver files all over campus

Contact information: Interested students should send a copy of their resume by email to Dana Steele at djsteele@ualr.edu.




Academic Success Center - TRiO Student Support Services, Tutoring Services

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: Work in tutoring lab assisting students with academic challenges in coursework, identifying helpful resources, enhancing organizational skills, and more
Tutor one or more subjects using the Socratic Method (training will be provided) while modeling effective study habits and critical thinking skills
Fulfill administrative duties, as assigned by SSS director and staff

Desired Qualifications:

  • An earned A or B in complete course(s) to be tutored, or equivalent experience
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills
  • Ability to build good rapport with others
  • Ability to ask thought-provoking and insightful questions
  • Strong active listening skills
  • Proven organizational skills
  • Ability to prioritize and use time wisely
  • Reliable, punctual, and ethical
  • Positive attitude and patient demeanor
  • Appreciation of unique needs of individual students
  • Self-starter with ability to identify student and program needs and act accordingly
  • Ability to follow-through on tasks assigned and logical extensions

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Tutoring, mentoring, teaching, or similar experience
  • Understanding the unique needs of first-generation students, students with low income, and/or students with disabilities

Job location: Academic Success Center
Student Support Services Tutoring Lab
SPCH 104

Contact information: To apply, contact Teresa Jordan, TRiO SSS Tutoring Coordinator, at 501-569-8749 or tljordan@ualr.edu. Must provide copy of federal work-study award and application form. SSS Tutoring Services’ work study application is available online at http://ualr.edu/studentsupport/uploads/2011/09/SSS_WorkStudy2.pdf.




English Department

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: light typing, filing and clerical work, answering the telephone, greeting visitors, errands

Job location: English Department, Stabler Hall 501

Contact information: Vicki Plant, vlkottwitz@ualr.edu or 569-3161 Must submit a BOSS printed award letter and resume. Students with a 3.0 GPA or above preferred. Flexible hours in coordination with class schedule.




Psychology Department

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Duties include answering phones, filing & scanning documents. Applicant must have professional telephone skills and good knowledge of MS Office.

Job location: Stabler Hall 602

Contact information: Apply in person! Bring a financial aid award letter and resume to the Psychology Department.




Office of Student Housing - University Village Clubhouse Manager

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The lobby managers are responsible with assisting with keeping the apartments safe and secure. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Keeping a watchful eye inside and outside the clubhouse
  • Operating clubhouse equipment for residents
  • Contacting the hall director/RA on call for any issues that arise
  • Contact DPS for any suspicious activity or emergencies
  • Answering lobby phones and receiving messages
  • Maintaining alertness and monitoring happenings in the clubhouse
  • Cleaning up after events and ensuring building is secure upon closing
  • Other duties as assigned

Applicants for this position must be awarded work study for Spring 2014 and must live in on-campus housing.

Job location: University Village Clubhouse

Contact information: For more information, please contact Tracy Collier, txcollier@ualr.edu.




Office of Student Housing - East Hall Lobby Manager

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The lobby managers are responsible for assisting with keeping the building safe and secure. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Updating guest logs and maintaining ID security behind the desk
  • Asking for ID of unknown guests
  • Contacting the hall director/RA on call for any issues that arise
  • Contact DPS for any suspicious activity or emergencies
  • Operating magnet locks on doors for guest entry
  • Answering lobby phones and receiving messages
  • Maintaining alertness and monitoring happenings in the lobby
  • Other duties as assigned

Applicants for this position must be awarded work study for Spring 2014 and must live in on-campus housing.

Job location: East Hall

Contact information: For more information, please contact Ricky Harris, rrharris@ualr.edu.




Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The UALR Office of Research and Sponsored programs is looking for friendly, detailed oriented and dependable Work-Study Eligible student workers for the Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 academic year. Students will assist with general office tasks such as filing, shredding, answering telephones, running campus errands, data entry and other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat Professional
  • Ability to complete project with good working attitude
  • Must have a great inter personal skills
  • Ability to use general office equipment

Job location: Ottenheimer Library, Suite 512

Contact information: To apply, submit a copy of your federal work-study award letter along with a cover letter and resume to Minette Nelson at menelson@ualr.edu, 501-569-8474. Please reference Work Study Position in the subject line.




Office of Admissions

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The UALR Office of Admissions is looking for Work-Study Eligible student workers for the Spring 2014 academic year. Students will assist with general office tasks such as answering telephones, running campus errands, data entry and other duties as assigned. Student must have superb customer service skills.

Job location: Student Service Center - Suite 317

Contact information: To apply, submit a letter of interest (referencing Work Study), a resume, names and phone numbers of three professional references and a copy of your federal work-study award letter to: Wendy Johnson, Office of Admissions, Student Services Center-Suite 317, 2801 South University Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72204; 501-683-7302, or email to: Wendy Johnson, wrjohnson@ualr.edu. Please reference Work Study Position in subject line.




Dept of Health, Human Performance & Sport Management

Term: Spring 2014

Job Description: The Department of HHPS is looking for dependable Work-Study Eligible student workers for the Spring 2014 academic year. Shifts available: 8-12

Job duties

  • Filing
  • Answering office phones
  • Running errands
  • Schedule student appointments
  • Other supervised duties

Job location: Department of HHPS - Fribourgh Hall Room 506

Contact information: Khala Quarles - 683-7206




UALR-Benton Center-Lab Aide Positions

JOB TYPE: Campus Jobs/Work Study JOB CATEGORIES: Lab Aide

JOB TITLE: Lab Aide

DUTIES: The student worker will clean labs (AP I, AP II, General Biology, and Micro). Assist instructor with lab set ups and take downs, and other duties as assigned by the Instructor.

Key Responsibilities

  • Xeroxing hand outs for labs
  • Filing
  • Help keep up MSDS Safety Sheets
  • Restocking materials when low
  • Help check in and unpack shipments received
  • Washing down models, shelves, and counters when needed
  • Other duties as maybe assigned by the instructor
  • Must be able to work Mondays and Wednesdays beginning 8:30 a.m.

Key Qualifications Prefer biology student or pre-med student, but will train. Must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and currently attending UALR. Ability to follow instructions well. Good skills in oral and written communication and work well with a diverse group.

CONTACT: Garry Lemons :GWLemons@ualr.edu

ADDRESS: UALR Benton Center, 410 River Street, Benton, Arkansas

EXPERIENCE REQ: Experience Preferred

SKILLS: Ability to follow instructions well. Good skills in oral and written communication and work well with a diverse group.

Salary: $7.25 per hour

Special Instructions to Applicants: Small amount of lifting required




UALR-Benton Center-Lab Aide Positions

JOB TYPE: Campus Jobs/Work Study JOB CATEGORIES: Lab Aide

JOB TITLE: Lab Aide

DUTIES: Assist students with UALR Boss, Blackboard, E-mail, and Math program ALEKS, as well as, computer related problems. Hours needed are days/afternoons and possibly some evenings.

CONTACT: Garry Lemons :GWLemons@ualr.edu

ADDRESS: UALR Benton Center, 410 River Street, Benton, Arkansas

REMARKS: Mail resume & cover letter to GWLemons@ualr.edu for consideration-no calls.

OPENINGS: 2

START DATE: 1/13/2014

EXPERIENCE REQ: Experience Preferred

SKILLS: MS Office 2007, 2010, ability to diagnose problems with Computers, printers and scanners. Must have good working knowledge of both PC and Mac computers. Knowledge of the Math program ALEKS is helpful.

Salary: $7.25

Is this job: Community Service? No

On Campus: Yes, on Benton Campus




Disability Resource Center

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Book editing: The student will be responsible for scanning and editing books for students with print disabilities. Knowledge of MS Word is required. Errands on campus. Assisting students. Transcribing videos. Other possible duties could include: answering phone, taking accurate messages and greeting students and visitors. Must have a Federal Work Study award to apply. Please check with the Office of Financial Aid to confirm before contacting us.

Job Qualifications: Possess good communication, responsible, reliable, people oriented, detail-orientated, punctual and a person with a good attitude who is a team player.

Hours:Between 10 and 20 hours per week based on student availability

Job location: Disability Resource Center, DSC 103

Contact information: Kimya Herd, keherd@ualr.edu or at 501.569.3143




Ottenheimer Library - Circulation Dept

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Perform library duties such as shelving, reading, sorting, and other assigned tasks.

Job location: Ottenheimer Library Circulation Desk

Contact information: Shawn Manis at 501-569-8839 or scmanis@ualr.edu




Center for Literacy

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: Filing, scanning, answering phones, and running errands across campus, etc. We would also prefer someone who is knowledgeable in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

Job location: Dickinson 312

Contact information: Tara Haynes, tchaynes@ualr.edu, 501-683-7383




Department of Nursing - Simulation Extra Labor

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: he simulation tech works with faculty and staff to create a high fidelity simulation learning experience for over 300 students in the associate of applied science nursing program at UALR.

Job Duties:

  • Creating and maintaining adequate stocks of specimen medications
  • Setting up for simulation learning experiences
  • Tearing down, cleaning and resetting for recurrent simulations
  • Assists in inventorying and storing of disposable supplies
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications: Candidates must also be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and have already been awarded Work Study funding through the office of Financial Aid at UALR. This position requires that you work 15-20 hours on campus, to be completed Monday-Friday 0700-1700, exact schedule to be determined. Candidate selected must be honest, dependable and able to complete tasks in a timely manner.

Job location: Dept of Nursing

Contact information: Jeff Carmack at jkcarmack@ualr.edu. Please include a resume and cover letter detailing your interests in this position.




Department of Music – Choral Assistant

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: The Department of Music is seeking a work-study student. We are looking for a hard-working and dependable student to assist the Choral Program Director 15-20 hrs per week.
***Ability to Read Music a Plus***

Job Requirements:

  • Must have GPA of 2.5 or greater
  • Must be willing and available to work occasional nights/weekends for special programs
  • Must have basic computer knowledge (i.e.: Internet Searches, Data entry)
  • Must have clear speaking voice
  • Must be available to work some evenings when Choir Ensembles meet

Job location: Fine Arts 151

Contact information: To apply, please stop by Department of Music and complete an application, along with a copy of your federal work-study award letter. A resume is not necessary, but helpful. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.




Department of Music – Office Assistant

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: The Department of Music is seeking a work-study student. We are looking for two (2) hard-working and dependable students to assist 10-20 hrs per week with the daily activities of the music program.

Job Duties:

  • Assist with filing and copying documents
  • Running errands on campus
  • Assist with mass mailings
  • Greet visitors to department
  • Serve as relief receptionist for department
  • Other clerical/office duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Must have GPA of 2.5 or greater
  • Must be willing and available to work occasional nights/weekends for special programs
  • Must have basic computer knowledge (i.e.: Internet Searches, Data entry)
  • Must have clear speaking voice
  • Available for 3 hours or more between 8a – 12p, Monday through Friday

Job location: Fine Arts 151

Contact information: To apply, please stop by Department of Music and complete an application, along with a copy of your federal work-study award letter. A resume is not necessary, but helpful. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.




Office of Records and Registration

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The Office of Records and Registration is seeking a dependable, organized, and outgoing work-study student. The candidate must be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and have already been awarded Work Study funding through the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at UALR. Superior customer service skills with a welcoming and professional attitude are a must. Flexible hours in coordination with class schedule.

Job Duties:

  • Greeting and Directing Students and/or Visitors at the reception area
  • Answering telephones
  • Scanning and linking documents
  • Running errands on campus
  • Other duties as assigned

Job location: Student Services Center 218

Contact information:To apply, please submit a copy of your federal work-study award letter along with a cover letter and resume to Missy Morgan at mxmorgan@ualr.edu, 501-569-8174.




Testing Services and Student Life Research

Term:

Job description: Front Desk Clerk (2 positions)

Job Duties:

Administrative duties, including greeting visitors, answering phones, completing mailers, setting appointments for examinees by mail, by phone, and in person.

Serve as an assistant to the Testing Coordinator, the Data Central Manager, the Web Services Coordinator, and the Director of Testing while performing other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications: The candidate must also be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and have already been awarded Work Study funding through the office of Financial Aid at UALR. This position requires that you work 10-20 hours on campus, between the hours of 7:30a-12:30p

Job location: Student Services Center 315

Contact information: Click here to apply online or email resume to Ms. Arrayon Farlough at alfarlough@ualr.edu .




Testing Services and Student Life Research

Term: Fall 2013

Job description: Proctor (2 positions)

Job Duties:Administering and proctoring exams, collecting test fees, filing, assisting with prep for paper pencil testing, software maintenance, administrative duties, including greeting visitors, answering phones, completing mailers, setting appointments for examinees by mail, by phone, and in person, serving as an assistant to the Testing Coordinator, the Data Central Manager, the Web Services Coordinator, and the Director of Testing while performing other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: The candidate must also be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and have already been awarded Work Study funding through the office of Financial Aid at UALR. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and display high levels of academic integrity. Honesty and dependability is a must. This position will require that you work 15-20 hours on campus, between the hours of 3p-8p.

Job location: Student Services Center 315

Contact information: Click here to apply online or email resume to Ms. Arrayon Farlough at alfarlough@ualr.edu .




Testing Services and Student Life Research

Term: Spring 2013

Job description:Work Study Students Needed for Spring 2013
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: The person hired for this position will be asked to perform the following:

  • Acquire necessary training to proctor paper-pencil and computer based exams
  • Collect testing fees
  • Serve as a resource to other departments and students regarding testing program information, scoring, policy, procedure
  • Administrative duties, including greeting visitors, answering phones, completing mailers, coordinating testing schedules, coordinating staffing schedule, setting appointments for examinees by mail, by phone, and in person
  • Serve as an assistant to the Testing Coordinator, the Data Central Manager, and the Director of Testing while performing other duties as assigned

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will be classified as a sophomore or junior during
the summer of 2012. The candidate must also be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and
have already been awarded Work Study funding through the office of Financial Aid at UALR.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR EXPERIENCE: he successful candidate will be a fast learner, with
the ability to proctor examinations in confidentiality. They should also possess excellent communication
skills with the ability to write, speak and present information; be detail oriented, with organized and
efficient work habits; ability to complete projects with rapidly changing priorities; and have experience
with Microsoft Office. This position requires that you work 15-20 hours on campus, during business
hours, Monday through Friday.

Job location: Student Services Center 315

Contact information:To apply, submit a letter of interest (referencing Work Study), a resume, and the names and phone numbers of three professional references to: Arrayon L. Farlough, Office of Testing Services and Student Life Research, Ross Hall 409, 2801 S. University Avenue, Little Rock, AR, 72204; or email to: Arrayon
Farlough, alfarlough@ualr.edu. Applications must reference Graduate Assistant Position in the letter of application and the email subject line. Resumes must be received by May 18, 2012 to be considered




Academic Success Center

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:The Academic Success Center is seeking friendly and dependable work-study students to perform general office tasks.
Duties include:

  • Answering the office phone and greeting visitors
  • Filing and copying documents
  • Running errands on campus
  • Other duties as assigned

Job location: Speech Building, Room 101

Contact information: To apply, submit a copy of your federal work-study award letter along with a cover letter and resume to Sherrie Kearney at stkearney@ualr.edu, 501-569-3280.




Work-Study for Academic Success Center - Program for Enhanced Learning

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The Academic Success Center - Program for Enhanced Learning (PEL) is seeking a work-study student to work in the PEL Lab.

Job Duties:

  • Work closely with instructors to oversee daily operation of the PEL Lab
  • Assistance in maintaining computers
  • Monitor and assist PEL Lab users with reading assignments
  • Maintain an appropriate learning atmosphere for students

Job location: Speech Communication Building, Room 101

Contact information: To apply, submit a copy of your federal work-study award letter along with a cover letter and resume to Sherrie Kearney at stkearney@ualr.edu, 501-569-3280.




Interpreter Education Program in the Department of Counseling, Adult, and Rehabilitation

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Seeking students who are friendly, have an appreciation for other, attentive to details, flexible, punctual, willing to follow directions, willing to direct others, have Microsoft Word skills, good telephone skills, and know sign language. Responsibilities include: Greet lab students and visitors; assist students with computers, access to video on the server and uploading recordings; ensure all students sign in/out; maintain quiet, studious lab atmosphere; keep lab clean, at all times; convert media to upload to server; assist students with ASL; Hours to be determined between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday - Friday; or evening hours 5-8 Monday - Thursday.

Job location: Dickinson Hall 508

Contact information: Dr. Linda Stauffer 501-569-8508 lkstauffer@ualr.edu DKSN 515E




Interlibrary Loan Department

Term: Spring 2014

Office, Department, or Area:Ottenheimer Library - Interlibrary Loan Dept

Job description: The Interlibrary Loan department located in the library is in need of work study students during the spring or fall.

Job location: Interlibrary Loan Department Rm.106A

Contact information: Tracy Foster tjfoster@ualr.edu




College of Business

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The College of Business is in need of a self-starting, professional student worker. We are hiring to fill a clerical position and looking for someone experienced in the 2013 Microsoft Office suite, enthusiastic and willing to follow instructions by a pool of administrators, and be able to multi-task. All applicants must have been awarded and accepted Work Study by the Office of Financial Aid.

  • Answering a multi-line telephone
  • Taking accurate messages
  • Greeting students and visitors
  • Filing, copying, and shredding documents
  • Running errands on campus
  • Inventory supplies
  • Answering general inquiries about the College of Business
  • Other duties as assigned

Openings: 3 total. Two in the Undergraduate Suite, flexible hours, and one in the Center for Student and Career Services for afternoons only.

Job location: College of Business, Reynolds Bldg Rm 205 and Suite109C

Contact information: Please send your resume, 3 references (professional or personal) minimum, your availability, and a copy of your work study award to Karen Lee (kalee1@ualr.edu). Be sure to have current contact information on your resume and include your T-number. No phone calls. Thank you.




Office of Transfer Student Services

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The Office of Transfer Student Services is currently searching for friendly and dependable work-study students. Must be organized and outgoing to perform Administrative duties. You must already have been awarded and accepted WORK STUDY for the Spring 2014 semester.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Answering phone and taking accurate messages
  • Answering general inquiries about transferring to UALR
  • Greeting students and visitors
  • Filing Reports
  • Running errands on campus
  • Working on special projects as assigned

Skills: Good computer skills and telephone sills a plus

Office Hours: Flexiible Work Hours between 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday, and Friday 8:00-5:00

Job location: Student Services Center - Suite 321E

Contact information: Marjorie Armon 501-569-3118 mkarmon@ualr.edu




Facilities Management

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Facilities Management is need of a self-motivated, professional work study student. We looking for someone who is fluent with Microsoft Windows applications, and able to follow directions.

Job location: Facilities Management

Contact information: f you are interested in this position, please contact Kamika Gaines at 501.683.0553. Please send your resume and a minimum of 3 references (professional or personal) to kcgaines@ualr.edu , also include your availability. Make sure to have current contact information on your resume, and include your T-number. Thank you




Facilities Management – Services and Operations

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:Seeking students for Fall 2013, who are friendly, dependable, and attentive to details. Must have good communication and telephone skills, computer skills ( i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, Access) and able to multi-task. Responsibilities will include performing general office duties, heavy data entry, and filing. Assist with input and retrieval of data from Facilities Management work order data base, schedule vehicles, and other duties as assigned. Office hours are from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m., Monday through Friday.

Job location: Facilities Management – Services and Operations

Contact information: Victor Carson/ 501-371-7606




Facilities Management– Environmental Health and Safety

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:Seeking students for Fall 2013, who are friendly, dependable, and attentive to details. Must understand databases (Access plus general SQL code), understands bar-
coding and how to set that up for inventory, understands peripheral instruments and how to set them up to read bar-codes. A basic chemical knowledge is desirable but not necessary. Office hours are from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m., Monday through Friday.

Job location: Facilities Management – Environmental Health and Safety

Contact information: To apply, submit a copy of your federal work-study award letter along
with a cover letter and resume to Vince Rodgers at varodgers@ualr.edu, 501-371-7602




Facilities Management IT

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:The student worker will need to have computer hardware and software support skills, including installing and running Windows operating systems, installing and running Microsoft Office and other typical software and updates, and basic troubleshooting of computer hardware and software issues. Other duties will include assisting with tracking and updating equipment inventory.

Job location:Facilities Management

Contact information:Shanna Morris, 501.569.3334, semorris@ualr.edu




Institute on Race and Ethnicity - Project Assistant (two positions available)

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:he Institute on Race and Ethnicity seeks a project assistant who will help with Institute events and perform administrative functions such as answering the telephone, greeting visitors and running campus errands.

Job location: The Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Administration North 3rd Floor.

Hours: Between 10 and 20 hours per week based on student availability.

Contact information: Tamisha Cheatham at 569-8932/ tmcheatham@ualr.edu.




Institute on Race and Ethnicity - Assistant

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: The UALR Institute on Race and Ethnicity work study position offers the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working on research projects and working with the campus and greater community on initiatives related to race and ethnicity.

Job Duties and Requirements:

  • Conduct and compile research to help establish an exhaustive lists of resources
  • Assist Institute staff with projects or events, and other duties as assigned
  • Must have been awarded Work Study through the Financial Aid office

Hours: Between 10 and 20 hours per week based on student availability.

Contact information: To apply: please send an email to Donna L. Shelton at dlshelton@ualr.edu.




Institute on Race and Ethnicity

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:The Institute on Race and Ethnicity is leading a research project on racial disparities in the Arkansas Criminal Justice System. The Institute has need of work study students to assist with a number of tasks:

  1. Research records of people incarcerated in the Arkansas Department of Corrections, including newspaper articles and court documents, and develop data that will be used to determine the role race played, if any, in the sentence received. The Criminal Justice Department, Dr. Jeff Walker and Dr. David Montague, is leading this part of the research project.
  2. Research the development and passage of racial impact legislation in other states and assist in
    creating model legislation for Arkansas.

Job location: The Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Administration North 3rd Floor.

Contact information: If you are interested, please send your resume and letter of interest to Tamisha Cheatham,
tmcheatham@ualr.edu.




Children International - Office Assistant

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:

  • We are looking for a hard-working and dependable student to work in our office for 15-20 hrs per week.
  • The Office Assistant will help with general office duties such as sorting, filing, shredding, assisting staff and answering phones when needed. In addition to this, if you are able to, we can include computer lab work. This consists of monitoring and providing help when students and parents are using the lab. Other appropriate duties as assigned.
  • We understand you are a student and will work with your schedule.
  • Must have a Federal Work Study award to apply. Please check with the Financial Aid office to confirm before contacting us.

Job location: UALR Children International Office (2 blocks from campus), 2510 Fair Park Blvd.

Contact information:Benson Chu, bxchu@ualr.edu. Interested students should send a short email listing their qualifications and availability. A resume is not necessary, but helpful.




Center for Innovation and Commercialization

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:The Center is seeking dependable student to perform administrative support tasks ETAS 105. Duties will include answering the phone, light typing, data entry, filing, calendar management, and supporting general office operations.

Job location: ETAS 105

Hours: Flexible

Contact information: o apply please email your resume, a screen print of your award notification, and your class schedule to kpboyle@ualr.edu. For general inquiries contact Kendra Boyle at 501.569.8380.



Physics and Astronomy

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Requires office work and taking papers around campus.

Job location: Physics and Astronomy Building Room 108

Contact information: Tiffany Baker; atbaker@ualr.edu



Facilities Management Administration Office

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Reception area and general clerical support duties - answering telephone, taking messages, campus errands, scanning and filing documents. May also be asked to prepare and process some campus documents (will be trained on this), and create various electronic forms. Knowledge and experience in the use of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), and Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Job location: Facilities Management 201

Contact information: Regina McMains; 569.8896; ramcmains@ualr.edu




Department of Engineering Technology

Term: Spring 2014

Job description:Seeking a work study student for the Summer and Fall term to assist with filing, copying/scanning, answering telephone, running campus errands and assist with other supervised duties. Experience with Word & Excel a plus.

Job location: ETAS, Room 227

Contact information: Interested students should submit a copy of their federal work-study award letter and resume along with a short email listing their availability to Amy Frets at amfrets@ualr.edu, 569-8200.




Financial Services

Term: Spring 2014

Job description: Looking for work study eligible student to assist general accounting with data entry, document scanning and office work. Hours will be scheduled between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm and work around student’s classes.

Job location: Administration North Suite 100

Contact information: Interested students should submit a copy of their federal work-study award letter and class schedule to Emily Gentle at ergentle@ualr.edu, 569-8630.




Counseling & Career Planning Services

Term: Spring 2014, Summer 2014, an Fall 2014

Job description:
The person hired for this position will be asked to perform the following:
Reception duties:

  • Perform receptionist duties for those seeking services and information about CS
  • Provide callers and walk-ins with information for CS and the University community
  • Schedule counseling appointments
  • Correspond via email with clients and employers as directed
  • Assist clients using computer check-in kiosks
  • Help as needed with GradFest
    Administrative duties:

  • Refill paper and replace toner in printers, copiers, etc.
  • Make copies of all CS forms, handouts & brochures as needed
  • Do word processing & designing with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher & Excel
  • Clean Reception & other public areas – tidy up, dust & polish furniture & computers, refill candy dishes, water plants
  • Deliver & pick up paperwork on Campus as needed
    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: The candidate must be enrolled full time, in good academic standing, and have already been awarded Work Study funding through the office of Financial Aid at UALR
    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • Highly motivated and efficient, with the ability to follow directions, effectively prioritize, work without direct supervision and meet deadlines. They will also be proactive, finding work to do when between assignments
  • Fast learner, become quickly familiar with CS’s personal & career services, FAQs, & have a solid overall knowledge of UALR’s colleges, departments, etc.
  • Strong people skills and a helpful, professional attitude
  • Maintain strict confidentiality, & adhere to UALR’s & CS’s interpersonal policies and procedures
  • Interact professionally with clients in distress & handle challenging situations with grace & discretion
  • Possess excellent communication skills with an above-average ability to write, speak and present information
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, and Google Calendar (scheduling) and Documents. Additional knowledge of computer software & hardware is a plus
  • This position requires that you work 15-20 hours on campus, during business hours, Monday through Friday

    Job location: Student Services Center, Suite 119

    Contact information: Ms. K Wilson, kawilson@ualr.edu, 569.3185




    Job Title: Intramural Sports: Scorekeeper

    Term: Spring 2014

    Purpose: To ensure that Intramural Sport contests are played fairly and safely

    Reports To: Student Supervisor, Graduate Assistants, CSP or R&P Intern, Coordinator

    Qualifications:

    • Strong communication skills
    • Willingness to learn
    • Positive attitude
    • Fair and unbiased

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Manage Intramural Sports contests
    • Attend clinics and meetings designated for each sport
    • Ensure safety of participants during Intramural Sports contests
    • Represent the Intramural & Recreational Sports Department in an exemplary manner

    Overall Requirements:

    • Current UALR student
    • Ability to multi task.
    • Ability to work as a team

    Salary: Starting pay is at $7.25, Work Study

    Deadline: Seasonal/Part-Time




    International Student Services

    Term: Spring 2014

    Job description: typing, filing, answering phones, and other duties as assigned. Be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, fax machine, copier, scanner, and printer.

    Job Location: Education Building 101

    Contact: Cathi Hollis, 683.7566, chhollis@ualr.edu




    Dean’s Office of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

    Term: Spring 2014

    Job description: file, create, and sort documents; make copies; send faxes; assist with office; shred documents; run errands on campus; other duties as assigned.

    Job Location: AHSS Student Services, Fine Arts Room 210

    Contact: Please send resume to Pamala Stanley at pdstanley@ualr.edu




    Department of Criminal Justice

    Term: Spring 2014

    Preferable on Monday afternoon (12-5), Tuesday and Thursday mornings (8-1) but we are willing to work with the student available schedule.

    Job description:

    • Serve as a receptionist (flexible hours).
    • Answer telephone, help students (drop-ins), and answer general inquiries about the different programs or classes offered by the department.
    • Assist in mailing out information/application to students.
    • Pick up and distribute mail.
    • Do light typing.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Possess good communication and telephone skills.
    • Responsible, reliable, people oriented, detail orientated, punctual.
    • In general a person with a good attitude who is a team player.

    Job Location: Ross Hall, 5th Floor

    Contact: Toni Brown @ trbrown@ualr.edu or 501.569.3195 / Ross Hall room 533





    Updated 2.19.2014
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