William & Mary

On-Campus Student Job Opportunities


 
 
 Men's Tennis Team

Position Title: Manager for Men's Tennis Team 

Hiring Department: Athletics M-Tennis 

Contact Person: Peter Daub 

Contact Number: 757-221-3383 

Contact Email: [[pbdaub]]

Duties: Varies. See below skills. 

Skills:

  •  Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  •  Ability to use digital equipment (i.e. camera)
  •  Highly organized
  •  Ability to type quickly and accurately
  •  Ability to lift objects 30-50 lbs. in weight
  •  Ability to perform tasks in an outdoor environment in potentially strenuous weather conditions 

Hours: Appx. 25 hours per week 

Pay Per Hour: $500.00 stipend per semester 

 


 
 Intramural Sports

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official 

Hiring Department: Campus Recreation 

Contact Person: Joe Tighe 

Contact Number: (757) 221-3314 

Contact Email:  [[rjtigh]]

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/campusrec/index.php

Duties:

Pre-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment setup and administrative functions
  • Assist the Intramural Supervisor in inspecting the game site to ensure safe playing conditions
  • Communicate intramural sport rules with captains and participants

In-Game

  • Ensure player safety and maintain the integrity of the game
  • Enforce game rules and Intramural policies
  • Promote sportsmanship among players
  • Receive feedback from Intramural Supervisors and apply instruction


Post-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment storage and administrative functions
  • Provide positive public relations, program promotion, and policy education to participants
  • Provide a friendly, upbeat and customer service oriented environment at all times 

Skills:

  • Rudimentary knowledge of sport rules and regulations.
  • Effective decision making under stressful situations.
  • Ability to learn and adapt to a variety of changing situations. 

Hours: Officials must be available to work weeknights and weekends. Shifts are self-selected and flexible. 

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with a $0.25 raise for successive years officiating a sport. 

  


 
Athletics – Football

Position Title: Student Assistant/Video Assistant

Hiring Department: Athletics – Football

Contact Person:  Trey Henderson

Contact Information: 757-221-3382

Contact Email: [[hahend]]

Skills:

  • Hardworking student with good communication skills and attention to detail
  • Student needs to be proficient with Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Student should have some football knowledge
  • Student to do general office work using Microsoft Office software
  • Student can work long hours, some weekends and comfortable using video equipment
  • Reliable
  • Can-do Attitude
  • Fast-Learner
  • Thrives on Variety

 Duties:

  • Assist with practice
  • Assist with game breakdown
  • Assist with home game day operations
  • Work with our offensive/defensive staff and video system
  • Learn Playmaker Playbook software
  • Learn DVSport Video Editing Software

Hours: Hours vary weekly

Pay per hour:  7.25 per hour


 
Web Editor

Position Title: Student Web Editor 

Hiring Department: Modern Languages 

Contact Person: Michael Blum 

Contact Number: 221-7550 

Contact Email: [[mxblum]]

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/modlang 

Duties: Website maintenance and web development 

Skills: Candidate should have an excellent knowledge of web-based development tools, including but not limited to:

  • WordPress
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP

A knowledge of the TribeVoices application and Cascade Content Management System preferred but not mandatory. Student must be comfortable working with minimal supervision  

Hours: Flexible 

Pay Per Hour: Minimum Wage 

Anticipated Start Date: Immediately 


 
 Phonathon

Position Title:  Student Caller 

Hiring Department:  Phonathon

Contact Person:  Miranda Byles

Contact Number:  757-221-7648
 
Duties:  The Phonathon is an integral part of the College community.  Funds raised in this office sponsor financial aid, study abroad and research opportunities, technology updates, and other imperative aspects of college development.  Each caller is entrusted with the responsibility of contacting alumni, parents, and friends of the College and maintaining good relations with every member of this community.  This is one of the only chances for alumni to have personal communication with the College, and so the importance of these conversations is immense.
Every caller is REQUIRED to work three shifts a week. Each shift is 3 hours long. This is not a difficult time requirement, but it is an important one, and absolutely mandatory. 
A caller's main duty involves contacting alumni, parents of students, and friends of the College in order to update biographical information and solicit contributions to various funds. 

Skills

  • Good callers have fantastic interpersonal skills
  • Ability to have easy conversations on the phone
  • Persistence and persuasive skills to acquire funds for the College.

Hours:  9 hours per week

Pay per hour:  $7.75 


 
Campus Recreation

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official

Contact Person: Ilana Obuchowski

Contact Number: 757-221-3419

Contact Email: irobuchowski@email.wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/campusrec/imsports/officials/index.php

Duties:

Pre-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment setup and administrative functions
  • Assist the Intramural Supervisor in inspecting the game site to ensure safe playing conditions
  • Communicate intramural sport rules with captains and participants

In-Game

  • Ensure player safety and maintain the integrity of the game
  • Enforce game rules and Intramural policies
  • Promote sportsmanship among players
  • Receive feedback from Intramural Supervisors and apply instruction

Post-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment storage and administrative functions
  • Provide positive public relations, program promotion, and policy education to participants
  • Provide a friendly, upbeat and customer service oriented environment at all times

Skills:

  • Must be a full-time student at William & Mary and may be subject to a criminal background check
  • Individual should be enthusiastic, dependable and detail oriented
  • Prior experience with football a plus, but is not necessary
  • This position is open to both men and women
  • Student should also be in good academic standing

Hours: Evenings and Sundays

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with a $0.25 raise for successive years officiating a sport.

Anticipated Start Date: We hire 5 times throughout the school year: early September, mid-October, late January, late February, and mid-March


 
 
 Center for Gifted Education

Position Title: Precollegiate Learner Programs Coordinator

Contact Person: Mihyeon Kim

Contact Number: 757-221-2458

Contact Emailmxkim3@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.cfge.wm.edu

Duties: The Precolleigiate Learner Programs Coordinator works with the Director to organize various events throughout the year for high ability students in grades K-9. Duties include, but are not limited to, recruiting speakers for various events, purchasing supplies, copying, filing, processing registrations, preparing program materials.

Skills: The ideal candidate has outstanding organizational and communication skills, a positive attitude, is flexible and always punctual. The coordinator must be able to work an average of 20 hours a week during the current semester and up to 38 hours/week during the summer.

Hours: 20+

Pay Per Hour: $15

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Center for Gifted Education

Position Title: Camp Launch Coordinator

Contact Person: Mihyeon Kim

Contact Number: 757-221-2458

Contact Email: mxkim3@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.cfge.wm.edu    

Duties: Camp Launch is a two week residential program for high-ability, low-income students. Duties include, but are not limited to, coordinate camper applications, communicate with Virginia District Gifted Education coordinators, teachers, counselors, and camp personnel, organize on-campus locations, arrange staff orientations, manage camp supplies, create schedules, live on campus for the duration of the camp (two weeks).

Skills: The ideal candidate would be able to work an average of 20 hours a week during the current semester, up to 38 hours/week during the summer and to live on campus during the program (July 19-August 1,2015).

Hours: 20+

Pay Per Hour: $15

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations (ITPIR)

Position Title: Programmer/IT Intern

Contact Person: Jason Pully

Contact Number: 757-221-1444

Contact Email: jwpully@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/itpir/

Duties: Develop, customize and test research software for various Institute projects.

Skills: Any of the following skills are preferred. PHP, MVC frameworks, jQuery, Python with Django framework, HTML, CSS, linux, d3, SQL and database design. Ability to work in a collaborative space with others. Reliable and able to set and maintain own work schedule. Some programming experience preferred.

Hours:10-20

Pay Per Hour: $8.75

Anticipated Start Date: Immediately


University Advancement

Position Title: Advancement Internships

Contact Person: Jess Skinner

Contact Number: 757-221-1061

Contact Email: jfskinner@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.advancement.wm.edu

Duties: Please visit www.wm.edu/giving/annualgiving/student-philanthropy/student-internships/indexfor detailed job descriptions for each available internship

Hours: 10/week

Pay Per Hour: $10/hr

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


University Development – Donor Relations

Position Title: Student Office Assistant

Contact: Shannon Retzbach

Contact Email: saretzbach@wm.edu

Address: 5300 Discovery Park Boulevard (New Town) Williamsburg, VA

Duties: Essential duties include general clerical support such as filing, data entry, assisting with writing projects and production of printed materials; conducting background research for donor communications and appeals; and recording and maintaining spreadsheets.

Skills: Dependable transportation to and from campus, proven proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail-oriented, strong written and oral communications, and demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

Requirements: Approximately 10 hours per week (will work around schedule). Position to be filled as soon as possible. Sophomores or Juniors preferred.

To Apply: Send email with resume to saretzbach@wm.edu for consideration.


Global Education Office

Position Title: Academic Director

Contact Person: Nasha Lewis

Contact Number: 757-221-3598

Contact Email: nlewis@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/studyabroad/programs/keio/index.php

Duties:

Staffing & Supervision:

  • Visit American Studies and/or Japanese language courses to recruit PAs according to schedule set by Asst. Director
  • Interview and select PAs with Asst. Director
  • Participate in interviews of CI candidates; assist in the selection of CIs
  • Contact American Studies faculty and doctoral students about lecture topics and schedule
  • Coordinate planning with Asst. Director for curricular and extra-curricular activities
  • Plan and implement a half-day training session for PAs before the end of Spring semester
  • Assist CIs and PAs
  • Be on-call 24/7 once the program begins (in coordination with Asst. Director) and manage the day-to-day operations of the program
  • Consult with prior Keio Directors or faculty, if necessary
  • Consult with Global Education Office staff or the GEO Director as needed

NOTE: In case of emergency, Reves staff are available 24/7

Logistics:

  • Coordinate with Conference Services about classrooms, equipment, etc.
  • Determine room assignments and coordinate with Conference Services and Woodlands Hotel
  • Coordinate with DC office to make hotel arrangements
  • Plan academic program during DC stay
  • Maintain regular contact about logistical matters with the Reves Keio Program Coordinator
  • Create master program schedule

Program Development

  • Revise and update handbooks for Program staff
  • Revise and update program handbook to be sent to Keio
  • Revise handouts, generate name tags, roommate lists etc.
  • Meet with Reves staff after completion of the program to debrief and evaluate

Financial Administration

  • Plan petty cash transactions with Reves Keio Program Coordinator
  • Maintain petty cash in Keio SunTrust account
  • Submit final petty cash report with receipts at the end of the program

Skills: Current W&M graduate student (must be returning in Fall 2016). Previous experience with the Keio program. Successful candidates should possess demonstrable leadership skills, strong organizational abilities, commitment to supporting the needs of students, staff, and faculty, and a strong interest in cross-cultural and/or international education.

Hours: Varies

Pay Per Hour: $5,500 stipend

Anticipated Start Date: May 2016


Global Education Office

Position Title: Assistant Director

Contact Person: Nasha Lewis

Contact Number: 757-221-3598

Contact Email: nlewis@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/studyabroad/programs/keio/index.php

Duties:

Staffing

  • Plan advertising of PA positions and organize class visits to American Studies and Japanese language courses
  • Participate in interviews of CI candidates; assist in selection of CIs
  • Participate in interviews of PA candidates; assist in selection of PAs
  • Assist Director with the orientation process for PAs and CIs
  • Assist Director in planning DC panel discussion
  • Assist Director in finalizing program schedule
  • Provide backup support for Director for troubleshooting purposes

Logistics:

  • Set up student email accounts through W&M
  • Organize online blog journal
  • Coordinate with Student Activities to pick up vans, etc.
  • Arrange van driving course for CIs
  • Confirm airport pick-up with Oleta; organize transportation in D.C. to Dulles
  • Coordinate on-campus meals with Aramark
  • Contact caterers, schedule meals, get proof of liability insurance and official invoice for outside vendors
  • Coordinate with Director about method of payment for caterers and other off-campus vendors, i.e. petty cash or W&M check
  • Make meal arrangements/consult DC office about catering
  • Contact religious organizations in advance and update information and directions if necessary for Sunday excursion
  • Confirm extracurricular activities
  • Coordinate with Reves or Rec Center to borrow sports equipment if desired
  • Design and order T-shirts and water bottles, and pick up prior to program beginning
  • Assist with the day-to-day operations of the program

Program Development:

Meet with Reves staff after completion of the program to debrief and evaluate

Skills: Current W&M graduate student (must be returning in Fall 2016). Previous experience in the Keio program. Successful candidate will possess strong team-building and communication skills, interest in cross-cultural and/or international education.

Hours: Varies

Pay Per Hour: $4,000 stipend

Anticipated Start Date: March

 

Conference Services

Position Title: Conference Services - Multiple Positions Available

Contact Person:Polina Koenigsmann

Contact Number: 757-221-4233

Contact Email: pkkoenigsmann@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/conferenceservices

Duties: We have hourly positions available during the summer. We are currently hiring for Supervisors, Coordinators, Office Assistants and Conference Assistants. We offer free housing and flexible schedules!

Anticipated Start Date: May 25


Athletics- Equipment Room

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Email: sjvernarsky@wm.edu

Duties: Jobs are available to work with the W&M Equipment staff for the 2017 season! As a member of our crew, you'll have opportunities to travel with the team, collect exclusive W&M Nike apparel, and so much more. Volunteer opportunities are available in the Spring that could turn into paid positions in the Fall!

This position is responsible for general day to day operations in the equipment room, mainly pertaining to practice field setup and break down, running practice segments, keeping practice equipment inventory, aiding with practice laundry, as well as game day operations. As the student progresses, they will obtain more responsibility, as determined by the Head Equipment Manager.

Fall Hours: Students are expected to work a minimum of 15-25 hours per week during the times of 2-7pm M-F and anywhere from 7am-11pm on Saturdays during the season. Students are expected to travel to away games (Friday and Saturdays).

Possible Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Football Team
  • Working with Olympic Sports
  • Game day operations
  • Set-up and breakdown of locker rooms
  • Set up and breakdown of practice equipment
  • Set-up drills for coaches
  • Travel with team to away games
  • Assist coaches during practices
  • Assisting in video

Skills:

  • Highly organized
  • Ability to lift objects 30-50 lbs. in weight
  • Ability to perform tasks in an outdoor environment in potentially strenuous weather conditions
  • Student should have some football knowledge
  • Student can work long hours, some weekends

Hours: Fall: 15-25 hours a week, Spring: Hours vary weekly.

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with $0.25 raise each year with a successive evaluation and passing all training requirements.

Anticipated Start Date: Volunteer opportunities are available in the Spring that could turn into paid positions in the Fall


University Advancement

Position Title: University Advancement Internships

Contact Person: Jess Skinner

Contact Number: 221-1061

Contact Email: jfskinner@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/giving/annualgiving/student-philanthropy/student-internships/index.php

Duties:

  • Please check each internship for individual duties.
  • Applications open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • Positions are aimed at undergraduate students, but strong graduate candidates will be considered.

Hours:10 hours/week

Pay Per Hour: $10/hour

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Virginia Sea Grant

Position Title: Virginia Sea Grant Undergraduate Research Assistant

Contact Person: Janet Krenn

Contact Number: 804-684-7362

Contact Email: krenn@vims.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://vaseagrant.vims.edu

Duties: Virginia Sea Grant Undergraduate Research Assistant will transcribe in-depth interviews as part of a study about professional skills needed by entry-level workers in marine sciences. The Assistant will work closely with Virginia Sea Grant Assistant Director for Communications and will gain experience in transcription and exposure to qualitative research techniques.

Assistant would be expected to travel to VIMS while working with Virginia Sea Grant. VIMS (Virginia Institute of Marine Science) is the Graduate School of Marine Science for the College of William & Mary located in Gloucester Point, VA, approximately 20-25 minutes from Williamsburg campus.

Skills:

  • Reliable
  • Can-do attitude
  • Fast-learner
  • Access to car
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word
  • Excellent keyboarding skills

Hours:10-20 per week, up to full-time during spring break

Pay Per Hour: $7.50

Anticipated Start Date: March 7th


Athletics- Equipment Room

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Email: sjvernarsky@wm.edu

Duties: Jobs are available to work with the W&M Equipment staff for the 2017 season! As a member of our crew, you'll have opportunities to travel with the team, collect exclusive W&M Nike apparel, and so much more. Volunteer opportunities are available in the Spring that could turn into paid positions in the Fall!

This position is responsible for general day to day operations in the equipment room, mainly pertaining to practice field setup and break down, running practice segments, keeping practice equipment inventory, aiding with practice laundry, as well as game day operations. As the student progresses, they will obtain more responsibility, as determined by the Head Equipment Manager.

Fall Hours: Students are expected to work a minimum of 15-25 hours per week during the times of 2-7pm M-F and anywhere from 7am-11pm on Saturdays during the season. Students are expected to travel to away games (Friday and Saturdays).

Possible Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Football Team
  • Working with Olympic Sports
  • Game day operations
  • Set-up and breakdown of locker rooms
  • Set up and breakdown of practice equipment
  • Set-up drills for coaches
  • Travel with team to away games
  • Assist coaches during practices
  • Assisting in video

Skills:

  • Highly organized
  • Ability to lift objects 30-50 lbs. in weight
  • Ability to perform tasks in an outdoor environment in potentially strenuous weather conditions
  • Student should have some football knowledge
  • Student can work long hours, some weekends

Hours: Spring: 10-15 hours a week, Fall: 15-25 hours a week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with $0.25 raise each year with a successive evaluation and passing all training requirements.

Anticipated Start Date: March 21, 2016


University Development – Donor Relations

Position Title: Student Office Assistant – Donor Relations Writer (Beginning Summer 2016)

Contact: Shannon Retzbach

Contact Email: saretzbach@wm.edu

Address: 5300 Discovery Park Boulevard (New Town) Williamsburg, VA

Duties: Writing specialist position for Stewardship office in University Advancement. Projects include writing thank you notes to donors, researching and drafting professor biographies, and writing descriptions for endowments. Other duties include general clerical support such as filing, data entry, assisting with writing projects and production of printed materials; conducting background research for donor communications and appeals; and recording and maintaining spreadsheets.

Skills:  Dependable transportation to and from campus, proven proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail-oriented, strong written and oral communications, and demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

Requirements: Approximately 10 hours per week during the semester (minimum 8 hours), will work around academic schedule. Position to be filled as soon as possible. Sophomores or Juniors preferred.

TO APPLY: Send email with resume and short writing sample to saretzbach@wm.edu for consideration.


The Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations

Position Title: Communications Assistant

Contact Person: Susan Dickerson

Contact Email: stdickerson@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/itpir/summer2015/2015ITPIR/index.php

Duties: Work with ITPIR communications team to promote the Institute's research projects by writing news stories, designing and distributing promotional materials, assisting with database development, growing and engaging a following on social media, and interacting with current students and alumni on a variety of communications and development initiatives. Other duties as assigned including but not limited to research, photography, designing fliers, research.

Skills:

  • Strong written communication skills including correct spelling & grammar
  • Strong social media skills
  • Strong researching skilling including the determination to find answers to questions
  • Ability to produce polished work under deadlines
  • Interest/experience in photography and/or graphic design
  • Above all the ability to be flexible and think independently with minimal supervision

Hours: 20 – 40 per week, depending on successful applicants needs, some evening & weekend work may be required to assist with ITPIR events. Compensation package includes summer housing.

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

To Apply: email a cover letter and a resume to Susan Dickerson, stdickerson@wm.edu.

DEADLINE: midnight, 4/5/2016


Cohen Career Center

Position Title: Employer Development Assistant

Contact Person: Cristen McQuillan

Contact Number: 757-221-3232

Contact Email: clmcquillan@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://wm-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=b488fac29e2e1155fb6d1e9fb5710c07&s=jobs&ss=jobs

Duties: This posting is for two Employer Development Assistants. The students in this position will work within the recruitment office at the Cohen Career Center at William and Mary. Often the first face employers and students see, this position is of the utmost importance within the recruiting office and an integral part of the Employer Development team.

Duties will include:

  • Assisting with greeting employers to campus, ensuring campus visits go smoothly, and providing excellent customer service.
  • Multi-tasking within a busy office environment where multiple programs, employers, and interviews are going on at once.
  • Maintain the Tribe Careers database on a regular basis, including approving job postings, managing employer registrations, and creating and editing events.
  • Assist with planning components for two large career fairs and several other smaller events on campus.
  • Occasional event work may be required.

This position involves extensive contact with employers and students and a high level of professionalism. A good degree of independent work habits is also valuable in this position. Accuracy and attention to detail are extremely important, as well as interpersonal skills and the ability to work as a member of a team. Database training will be provided, but a good level of technical skill including basic office skills is preferred. Coverage of events in evening hours as a backup to the Event Assistant Team may also be a component of this position. Working as an Employer Development Assistant provides an excellent insight into the recruitment process, as well as the ability to interact with the numerous employers who recruit at William and Mary on a regular basis, and build networking skills and connections.

Please apply through Tribe Careers with your resume, cover letter and Student Employment Application.

https://wm-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=b488fac29e2e1155fb6d1e9fb5710c07&s=jobs&ss=jobs

Skills:

  • Customer Service
  • Organized
  • Microsoft Office
  • Computer/Database Savvy

Hours: 10 hours a week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2016


Cohen Career Center

Position Title: Events/Employer Relations Assistant

Contact Person: Cristen McQuillan

Contact Number: 757-221-3232

Contact Email: clmcquillan@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://wm-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=f1ac5251a3e7adabdbe27f3dcbf44632&s=jobs&ss=jobs

Duties: Many employers come to campus to conduct events ranging from Information Sessions, PreNight Receptions, coffee chats, career fairs and tailgates. The event assistant will assist in the execution of logistics for employer events throughout campus, working with employers to ensure a successful event. This will include greeting and working with employers, arranging audiovisual equipment, taking student attendance, and anything else they may need during their visit. The student in this position is the first contact the employers have when they visit our campus; it is important that the student has excellent interpersonal skills, be dependable and able to work without supervision. The event assistant is representing the Career Center and William & Mary as a whole and needs to be professional and courteous. These events range in time throughout the day but are mostly after 5pm. Students who apply for this position must be able to work with the team to cover all events Monday through Fridays, and several weekends throughout the year, depending on the recruiting schedule. This position provides an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with the employers who visit our campus; many of our former event assistants have found employment with these employers! Please apply through Tribe Careers with your resume, cover letter and Student Employment Application.

https://wm-csm.symplicity.com/students/index.php?mode=form&id=f1ac5251a3e7adabdbe27f3dcbf44632&s=jobs&ss=jobs

Skills:

  • Customer Service
  • Independent Work Ethic
  • Teamwork
  • Must be able to lift at least 30 pounds

Hours: Varied

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2016



Arts & Sciences

Position Title: Student Assistant

Contact Person: Cynthia Burns Flannery

Contact Number: 757-221-2465

Contact Email: cbflannery@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/as/dean/index.php

Duties:

  • Greet visitors to Dean's Office
  • Respond to phone inquiries with courtesy and sensitivity
  • Create and label faculty folders
  • Receive and file paperwork relate to faculty
  • Copying, scanning, faxing, and data entry
  • Enter data into spreadsheets/databases
  • Periodic Mass mailings
  • Running on-campus errands
  • Special projects, as assigned

Skills:

  • Maintain strict confidentiality
  • Ability to keep punctual, consistent working hours
  • Professionalism in interacting with the public, students, parents, faculty, and staff
  • Work independently, self-motivated
  • Attention to detail
  • Basic proficiency in MS Word, Excel

Hours: 10 per week, dependent on office needs and student availability

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2016