Student Job Board

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Seeking a Graduate Student - Facilitator and Advocate

Department: Disability Support Services - Lynnwood Hall 1st floor
Duties:

• Responsible for setting up and attending, one on one weekly meetings with TSP students.

• Responsible for setting up and holding, weekly group meetings with TSP students.

• Responsible in following up to determining whether TSP student is attending tutoring of all classes.

• Responsible in following up with TSP students and professors, as needed

• Responsible in following up to for determination of whether TSP student is progressing in classes.

• Responsible in following up to determination weekly event has been planned by TSP Social Mentor.

• Responsible in following up with TSP Dorm Mentor for determination of any possible issues related to dorm life.

• Provide DSS Coordinator with a bi-weekly, or as needed, updates and/or case notes, regarding status of TSP students, via email or personal conference.

• Stand in for the DSS Coordinator, as needed and/or as scheduled.

• Act as a resource and guide for TSP students.Qualifications:

Seeking a very assertive graduate student, who enjoys working with a diverse student population, has great listening skills and a sense of humor, is tenacious, enjoys thinking outside the box.

*If interested contact Mariella Pechero, email: mairellapechero@southern.edu

 Reader - Nursing

Location/Department: School of Nursing, Florida Hospital Hall

Description/Duties: Grading quizzes, filing papers in student files, posting grades on e-class, checking research papers for APA style consistency,
using/setting-up Survey Monkey, assisting faculty/staff as needed.

Qualifications: Minimum 3.0 GPA in college classes, non-nursing major, freshman or sophomore who anticipates staying for at least two more years, ability to handle details with accuracy and efficiency, must maintain strict confidentiality, be able to prioritize work appropriately, dependable and flexible. Would like someone who can start training immediately.

Hours: 6-7 hours per week (approximately) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Pay Rate: Based on class standing.

Email: andersonjenifer@southern.edu
Contact/Office Phone: Jenifer Anderson – (423)236-2155

School of Business - Receptionist (Specific Hours)

School of Business - Receptionist (Specific Hours)

Location/Department School of Business - Brock Hall 3202

Description and Duties:

Receiving/screening calls, taking messages, welcoming visitors and prospective students, outgoing calls to accepted students, and updating physical/digital job board. Providing general office support (distributing mail, inventory and restock of office supplies, making copies, scanning/faxing documents, light cleaning and organization. Additionally, assistance with special projects/events are needed on an ongoing basis, which may include: event support, assisting with databases and spreadsheet maintenance, and department mailings. This list is not exhaustive.

Qualifications:
Preference given to Business majors.
Proficient in use of Microsoft Office Suite Knowledge of Adobe a plus Familiar with use of Social Media Strong Communicator - Spoken and written

We are looking for applicants who have the following qualities:
-Capable of dealing with a wide variety of people and situations

-High Ethical Standard

-Discretion and Confidentiality

-Able to withstand Peer Influence to uphold SB Standards

-Professional Dress and Demeanor -Dependable and Punctual

-Detailed and Conscientious

-Initiative and follow-through with little prompting

-Technical Savvy

-Strong Customer Service Skill

Hours: Monday 1:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Wednesday 1:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Pay Rate: Pay will commensurate with University Student Worker Class Standing Payscale
Email: tprice@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423-236-2751
If interested, please email resume to tprice@southern.edu.

Brain Awareness Week Assistant

Brain Awareness Week Assistant

Location/Department: Student Success Center - Counseling & Testing Office

Description/Duties: Brain Awareness Week (BAW) Assistants work with the School of Visual Arts and the Physics Department in planning and preparation for the March 2020 BAW program.
Qualifications:
Candidates must be either a Visual Arts major or a Physics Major and cleared by the appropriate academic department to work as a BAW Assistant.
Hours:
Flexible
Pay Rate:
Dependent on class standing
Email:
jwampler@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423-236-2783

Food Service- Dining Hall (Dish Room)

Food Service- Dining Hall (Dish Room)

Location/Department: Food Services-Dining Hall

Description/Duties: Duties rotate between pots & pans, tray line, dish machine, restocking clean dishes and general cleaning.
Qualifications:
No previous experience required, on the job training.
Hours:

Tuesday: 9:00am-11:00am; 5:00pm-Done

Pay Rate: Based on class standing
Email:
sbusby@southern.edu
Office Phone:
(423) 236-2767
Please email class schedule

Food Service-Dining Hall (Salad)

Food Service-Dining Hall (Salad)

Location/Department: Food Services-Dining Hall

Description/Duties: Duties rotate between keeping the salad bar clean and full during meal times, cutting fruits/vegetables, filling drink dispensers, etc.
Qualifications:
No previous experience required, on the job training.
Hours:

Monday: 10:30am-12:30pm; 1:00pm-3:00pm
Tuesday: 6:00am-8:30am; 8:30am-10:30am; 10:30am-12:30pm; 1:00pm-3:00pm; 5:00pm-Done
Thursday: 6:00am-8:30am; 8:30am-10:30am; 10:30am-12:30pm; 1:00pm-3:00pm

Pay Rate: Based on class standing
Email:
sbusby@southern.edu
Phone:
(423) 236-2767
Please email class schedule

Food Service- Dining Room (Cleaning)

Food Service- Dining Room (Cleaning)

Location/Department: Food Services-Dining

Description/Duties: Wiping tables, straightening chairs, vacuuming, etc

Qualifications: No previous experience required, on the job training.
Hours:

Monday: 10:00am -11:00am
Tuesday: 2:00pm -4:30pm
Thursday: 2:00pm -4:30pm; 6:45pm-7:45pm
Friday: 10:00am-11:00am; 6:45pm -7:45pm
Pay Rate:
Based on class standing
Email:
sbusby@southern.edu
Phone:
(423) 236-2767
Please email class schedule

Food Service-Dining Hall (Cooks)

Food Service-Dining Hall (Cooks)

Location/Department Food Services- Dining Hall Title Cooks

Description/Duties: Preparing food for meal times Qualifications No previous experience required, on the job training.
Hours:

Monday: 8:00am-11:00am
Tuesday: 8:00am-11:00am; 11:00am-2:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-11:00am; 11:00am-2:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am-11:00am; 11:00am-2:00pm; 2:00pm-5:00pm; 5:00-Done

Pay Rate: Based on class standing
Email:
sbusby@southern.edu
Office Phone: (423) 236-2767

Please email class schedule

Food Service-Dining Hall (Expeditor)

Food Service-Dining Hall (Expeditor)

Location/Department: Food Services-Dining Hall

Description/Duties: Keep decks filled/clean during meal times, etc Qualifications No previous experience required, on the job training.
Hours Monday:
8:30am-10:00am; 10:00am-12:30pm
Wednesday:
11:00am-12:30pm
Pay Rate:
Based on class standing
Office Phone: (423) 236-2767
Please email class schedule> Email: sbusby@southern.edu

Kindergarten Teacher Assistant (Reader)

Kindergarten Teacher Assistant (Reader)
Location:
Collegedale Academy Elementary
Description/Duties:
Assist teacher with classroom needs.
Qualifications:

**Reliable, enthusiastic, kind, and patient.
**Enjoy working with kids
**Part of work study
Hours:
M - Thurs 1:30 - 3:15
Friday:
12:00 - 2:45
Pay Rate:
Starting at $7.65
Email:
tlittell@collegedaleacademy.com
Office Phone:
423.396.2122

Layout Designer-Southern Accent

Layout Designer- Southern Accent
Description/Duties:

The layout designer:

-Oversees the layout of the Southern Accent to make sure everything is space efficient and aesthetically pleasing.

-They are in charged of inputting the content into the InDesign document as well as providing illustrations to go with the stories.

-Great opportunity for graphic designers to build up a portfolio.
Qualifications:

-Student must be responsible and time efficient.

-They must know how to use the adobe softwares, specially InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.

-Students must be free Monday and Tuesday nights starting 5:00 P.M.

-Be creative and organized with their work.
Hours:
8
Pay Rate:
8.25
Email:
paolam@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423.298.5484

Deli-VM/Dish Room Helper

Deli-VM/Dish Room Helper
Description/Duties: 
Putting away dishes. Wash and sanitize the dishes

Qualifications: The willingness to learn

Hours: Monday - Friday 8 -10 am and 10 am - 12 pm
Pay Rate:
Varies according class standing

Email schedule to atun@southern.edu

Photo Lab Assistant - Needed ASAP! 

Photo Lab Assistant- School of Journalism and Communication

Description/Duties: Provide one-on-one instruction to photography students in developing 35mm B/W film and darkroom printing techniques. Clean and maintain developing and printing rooms. Check and maintain supply/inventory of photo chemicals and darkroom supplies. Instruct students in basic Photoshop and Lightroom editing and digital printing techniques.
Qualifications:
Darkroom experience in Black & White film processing and printing Photoshop and Lightroom editing skills.
Portfolio of images that demonstrates your strong photographic composition and technical skills.

Hours: Sundays 5-10 p.m. , Monday-Wed. 4-10 p.m. Fridays noon-2 p.m.
Pay Rate: Commensurate with experience and class standing
Contact and Email: Stephen Ruf, sruf@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423-236-2761

Microbiology Tutor

Microbiology Tutor

Location/Department: Tutoring Center, third floor McKee Library

Description/Duties: We are looking for students who are capable of tutoring Microbiology.
Responsibilities:
Prepare for and facilitate 1-on-1 or small group tutoring sessions with students.
Must follow all Tutoring Center Policies and diligently fulfill the duties of a peer tutor introduced during initial training.
Must attend additional required training or mandatory meetings.
Must keep an open communication with the Tutor Coordinators and the Tutoring Center Director.
Qualifications:
Must be an enrolled Southern student.
Must have completed at least one semester of college level courses.
Must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0.
Must have received a B+ or above in the courses to tutor.
Preferably be able to tutor more than one subject.
Excellent communication skills and willing to work with the Tutor Coordinators and a variety of students.
Hours:
Flexible, can work with class schedule Pay Rate Alternate wage based on class standing, opportunity to raise pay.
Email:
tutoringcenter@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423.236.2578
Come by the Tutoring Center for an application, or visit our website: southern.edu/tutoringcenter

Business Tutors

Business Tutors

Location/Department: Tutoring Center, third floor McKee Library  Description/Duties We are looking for students capable of tutoring Business classes such as Personal Finance, Principles of Accounting I & II, Macro & Micro Economics, or Principles of Finance.

Responsibilities: Prepare for and facilitate 1-on-1 or small group tutoring sessions with students.
Must follow all Tutoring Center Policies and diligently fulfill the duties of a peer tutor introduced during initial training.
Must attend additional required training or mandatory meetings.
Must keep an open communication with the Tutor Coordinators and the Tutoring Center Director.
Qualifications: Must be an enrolled Southern student.
Must have completed at least one semester of college level courses.
Must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0.
Must have received a B+ or above in the courses to tutor.
Preferably be able to tutor more than one subject.
Excellent communication skills and willing to work with the Tutor Coordinators and a variety of students.
Hours: Flexible, can work with class schedule Pay Rate Alternate wage based on class standing, opportunity to raise pay
Email: tutoringcenter@southern.edu

Phone: 423-236-2578
If you can tutor any of these classes, come by the Tutoring Center for an application, or visit our website: southern.edu/tutoringcenter

 Office Assistant – Senior Advisor for Diversity

Location/Department: Wright Hall 2022A

Description/Duties:
-General office tasks (copying, filing, mail, phone, fax, errands, etc.)
-Class support (maintaining grade book on eclass, etc.)
-Document support (proofreading, making revisions in APA, etc.)
-Financial support (expense reports, travel arrangements, credit card reviews, etc.)
-Research support (literature and data searches, etc.)

Qualifications:
-Computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
-Excellent communication skills (writing, verbal)
-Ability to do accurate, detailed work in a timely manner
-Critical thinking & analysis skills
-Organizational strengths
-Self-motivated, responsible, trustworthy
-Ability to work independently
-Willingness to learn new tasks

Hours: According to student availability (8 hours per week)

Pay Rate: $7.25-$8.50/hr. (According to university's student labor pay scale limits based on class standing)

Contact Name: Stephanie Guster

Email: sguster@southern.edu

Phone:423.236.2020

Other: (Application Process)
If you are interested in being part of an amazing initiative regarding racial diversity, we encourage you to apply. Please email a cover letter, your resume including two references, current class standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.), major, and expected graduation date to sguster@southern.edu. You will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application. If selected to interview, you will receive a phone call.

Filter Changer/AC Units

Filter Changer/AC Units

Location/Department: Plant Services
Description/Duties: Changing air filters in buildings and houses Qualifications Need a valid drivers license and be self-motivated.

Hours: 4 hour shifts required. we are open from 7:15-12 Monday -Friday and 1-5 Monday -Thursday

Pay Rate: based on class standing
Email: kasturm@southern.edu
Office Phone: 236.2919
Please come up to Plant Service if interested and bring your class schedule

Tutors for Biblical Languages 

Tutors for Biblical Languages

Location/Department: Tutoring Center, third floor McKee Library

Description/Duties: We are looking for students who are capable of tutoring Biblical Languages (Hebrew & Greek).


Responsibilities:
Prepare for and facilitate 1-on-1 or small group tutoring sessions with students.Must follow all Tutoring Center Policies and diligently fulfill the duties of a peer tutor introduced during initial training.Must attend additional required training or mandatory meetings.Must keep an open communication with the Tutor Coordinators and the Tutoring Center Director.

Qualifications: Must be an enrolled Southern student.
Must have completed at least one semester of college level courses.
Must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0.
Must have received a B+ or above in the courses to tutor.
Preferably be able to tutor more than one subject.
Excellent communication skills and willing to work with the Tutor Coordinators and a variety of students.

Hours: Flexible, can work with class schedule Pay Rate Alternate wage based on class standing, opportunity to raise pay
Email: tutoringcenter@southern.edu
Office Phone: 4232362578
Come by the Tutoring Center for an application, or visit our website: southern.edu/tutoringcenter

Teacher's Assistant:

CPTR 108- EssenceOfComputing 

Teacher's Assistant: CPTR-108- EssenceOfComputing

Location/Department: School of Computing
Description/Duties:
Assist instructor with all lab exercises and some grading for CPTR-108 EssenceOfComputing.
- set up for labs (review materials, prepare hardware and software, etc.)
- help students during labs (answer questions, provide guidance in completing assignments, give feedback on completed assignments before them checking off)
- grade completed lab assignments
Qualifications:
Must have completed CPTR-108 #EssenceOfComputing with a grade of B or better (or have equivalent experience) Hours 1:00-3:30pm or 2:00-4:30pm every Monday during Fall Semester 2019

Pay Rate: $7.75
Email:
rordonez@southern.edu
Office Phone:
ext. 2962

eClass Support Tech

Position Title: eClass Support Tech

Department: Online Campus

Duties and Responsibilities:

We're looking for an eClass Tech Support Agent to handle phone and email support requests from both students and professors. You will be responsible for helping each person achieve their goal with the software or LMS (Learning Management System), whether the problem relates to a user error, a bug, or something else entirely. The eClass Support Tech will also be responsible for communicating with the supervisor about suspected software problems. If this sounds like a good fit, get in touch.

Responsibilities include:
• Provide technical support for faculty and students relating to eClass via phone, in-person, or electronically.
• Become proficient at utilizing the following software for course support:
o eClass (Learning Management System)
o Camtasia (Screen Capture Software)
o Panopto (Lecture Capture System)
o Handbrake (Video Encoding Software)
o TurningPoint (Clicker System)
• Write instruction documents pertaining to supported software.
• Assist in troubleshooting and supporting classroom technology such as lecture capture and clickers.
• Provide one-on-one training with faculty or students
• Be knowledgeable of policies and procedures related to online learning and eClass support and be able to field questions from students and faculty.
• Assist in online course administration and course-related student issues.
• Complete other tasks as assigned.

Requirements:
• A solid understanding of computer systems and applications.
• Basic HTML knowledge.
• Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite and Internet navigation.
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
• Excellent writing skills.
• Independent working and problem-solving skills.

Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon

If interested, contact Greg Merchant at gmerchant@southern.edu or 423-236-2086.

Advanced Video Design Specialist

Position Title: Advanced Video Design Specialist
Department: Online Campus
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Online Learning
Contact: gusmartin@southern.edu

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Create and design dynamic visual supports for online courses.
• Use background, knowledge and skills to enhance overall visual appeal of online courses through graphic design.
• Create and/or edit professional quality video projects for faculty development and online course modules.
• Develop rich media course content and materials using appropriate technologies such as
o Graphic design
o Video editing
o Motion Design
o Sound Design
o Chroma Key
o Camtasia
o Interactive games and activities
• Aid in managing digital infrastructure and resources.
• Develop training modules in graphic design technologies for faculty and staff.
• Complete other tasks as assigned

Requirements:
• Two years minimum experience and strong knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite.
• Knowledge of JavaScript, CSS, PHP, MySQL, and dynamic HTML; experience with HTML5 and CSS3 a plus.
• Knowledge and demonstrated experience with cross-browser and cross-platform issues (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, etc.).
• Knowledge and experience with a variety of video editing software, including but not limited to: Adobe Premier, iMovie, and FinalCut.

Hours: Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon

International Student Assistant

Location/Department: Lynn Wood Hall/Retention Services
Description/Duties:
● Attend International Student Committee
● Organize, market, and manage international student activities
● Check in with individual international students as needed
● Connect international student(s) to appropriate services/resources
● Regular communication with Enrollment Management to ensure the best experience for the student
● Work 6-10 hours per week

Qualifications:
● Upper level international student preferred
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● Customer service minded
● Familiar with campus resources
● Organized, self-starter, critical thinker
● Work efficiently alone and with a team
● Ability to connect with students
● Proficient with MS Office and Google Drive
Hours: 6-10
Pay Rate: Based on class standing.
Email: reginabailey@southern.edu
Office Phone: (423) 236-2838
Other: Please send your resume to reginabailey@southern.edu.

Landscape Services

(Good Pay)

Driver's License and Landscape Experience 

Landscape Services

Location/Department: Landscape Services

Qualifications: Willing to work, reliable, teachable, landscape experience is a PLUS and have a driver's license.

Hours: Will work with schedule. Must have at least a two-hour block.

Pay: Alternate Rate Possible/Class Standing

Contact: Dee Dee Boyce- Email: dboyce@southern.edu 

Phone: ext. 2747

Student Website Developer

Student Website Developer

Location/Department: Marketing and University Relations

Description/Duties: Customer service (help desk support), Quality Assurance, website maintenance and improvements.
Qualifications:
Willingness to learn some code. Experience with HTML and CSS, code editors a plus.
Hours:
10-20
Pay Rate:
Depends on class standing ~ Base Rate is $7.25 up to $9.25 per hour.
Email:
benschnell@southern.edu
Office Phone:
x2582

PR Intern

PR Intern

Location/Department: History and Political Studies

Description/Duties: Constructing bulletin boards, helping with events, organizing the newsletter and on-campus information

Qualifications: Needs to be a MAJOR within the department and have upper class status

Hours: 5-8 hours a week

Pay Rate: Depends on class standing and previous employment
Email:
ldiller@southern.edu
Office Phone:
2417

Student Alumni Council Chair

Student Alumni Council Chair
Department: Alumni Relations

Description:
Through this leadership position, the Student Alumni Council Chair will help lead a group of students to host various events throughout the year that will build loyalty, school spirit, and a culture of philanthropy. The student selected for this position will serve as the voice of students and a voting member on the general Alumni Association Council.

Responsibilities include:
• Chair and lead Student Alumni Council meetings (at least four meetings held per semester)
• Recruit additional campus leaders (ex. organization/club presidents) with interest in participating as active members of the Student Alumni Council
• Represent the Student Alumni Council and serve as a voting member of the general Alumni Association Council
• Plan and implement at least 2-3 student activities that help fulfill the objectives outlined above during each school year
• Represent the Student Alumni Council by participating in the planning and implementation of Homecoming Weekend programs and activities in conjunction with the Homecoming Planning Committee

Qualifications:
• A passion for the university's rich history and strong school spirit
• Highly organized and motivated
• Strong leadership skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Possess the ability to work collaboratively and independently
• Ability to work effectively under pressure, use independent judgment and produce quality work
• Set clear goals and follow through with activities within time constraints
• Practice confidentiality at all times
Hours:
Flexible hours throughout the week to accommodate class schedule. Weekends and evenings, as needed

Pay Rate: Based on class standing

Ashley Fox
Office: 423.236.2470

Email: fox@southern.edu

An upperclassman is preferred but all strong candidates will be considered. Please send resumes to fox@southern.edu

Social Media Manager and Communications Specialist

Social Media Manager and Communications Specialist
Department: Online Campus
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Online Learning
Status: Hourly - SW

Can you tell a story using multimedia? Are you a creative communicator who can craft stories about higher education and online learning accessible to a broad audience? Do you have a passion for creative evangelism using online and digital media tools? Are you a strategic thinker who can amplify the impact of content by shaping it for the right digital and media channels to drive engagement and build community? Are you highly organized and comfortable in a fast-paced environment?

Online Campus is looking for a communicator who is a topnotch writer also versed in multimedia storytelling and social media outreach to join our team. As a content and social media manager, you'll develop original content about new approaches to teaching, new modes of learning, new online courses and programs, and the future of higher education—for a few different audiences.

If you feel you meet this description, please email gusmartin@southern.edu with a current resume, and a description of why you feel you would be a good fit.

Responsibilities
• Writes, edits, and manages all social media related content and outgoing departmental communications such as newsletters and email campaigns.
• Launches and manages social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other relevant social networking sites.
• Manages online discussions in a timely manner and crafts responses to blogs, other social media sites, and online news outlets.
• Conducts weekly editorial meetings to collect ideas from team members and oversee editorial calendar of upcoming stories.
• Design and implement social media strategy to align with business goals
• Generate, edit, publish and share engaging content daily (e.g. original text, photos, videos and news)
• Monitor SEO and web traffic metrics
• Communicate with followers, respond to queries in a timely manner and monitor customer reviews
• Oversee social media accounts' design (e.g. Facebook timeline cover, profile pictures and blog layout)
• Suggest and implement new features to develop brand awareness, like promotions and competitions
Qualification Requirements
• Strong creative and editorial writing skills.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies
• Ability to deliver creative content (text, image and video)
• Solid knowledge of SEO, keyword research and Google Analytics
• Knowledge of online marketing channels
• Familiarity with web design
• Analytical and multitasking skills

Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon

Breakfast/Lunch helper

Location/Department: VM Deli

Description/Duties: Help the supervisor prepare breakfast, server the customers, and other duties the supervisor may have.
Qualifications: No experience needed, on the job training. Must be on time, work well with others, fast learner, and accomplish tasks without assistants.
Hours: Sundays 7am - 12 pm
Mondays 9:30 am - 1:00 pm

Tuesdays 1-6pm

Fridays 9:30a - 1:30pm
Pay Rate Varies according to class standing, email schedule

Contact Name: Amelia Laneville 
Email: atun@southern.edu

Deli - Village Market (Fall 2019)

Location/Department Deli - Village Market 

Description/Duties- Put away the stock when the delivery truck(s) comes in.
Qualifications-
Must be able to lift 50 lbs or more, fast learner, punctual, and able to work without constant supervision.
Hours-

Tuesdays 8-11am
Wednesday- 8-11 am
Fridays- 8-11 am
Pay Rate-
Varies, email schedule
Email-
atun@southern.edu

Cooks Helper - Deli -

Village Market for Fall 2019

Cooks Helper (VM)

Location/Department: VM Deli
Description/Duties: Help the cook prep lunch for the day and whatever else needed.
Qualifications: No experience needed, just a willingness to learn.
Hours: Sundays 7am - 12pm, Mondays and Wednesdays 8:30 -12:00pm, Fridays 9am - 2pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays 12 – 4pm

Pay Rate: Varies, please email schedule
Email: Amelia Laneville> atun@southern.edu

Salad Bar Helper Village Market for Fall 2019 

Salad Bar HelperLocation/Department: VM - Deli
Description/Duties:
Help the Supervisor prep veggies for the bar, replenish the empty containers and whatever else needs accomplished.
Qualifications:
No experience needed. Must be on time, hard working and a willingness to learn.
Hours:
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 7am - 12pm

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 - 2pm

Wednesdays 12pm - 4pm Pay Rates: VariesPlease email schedule: Amelia Laneville> atun@southern.edu 

German Tutor

German Tutor

Location/Department: Modern Languages Department
Description/Duties:
Tutor students studying German at the elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels. Grade students' work. Organize and lead out German Conversation Groups. Monitor lab. Other tasks as assigned.
Qualifications:
Must be fluent in German and pass proficiency exam.
Hours:
5-7 hours per week during these hours: Monday - Thursday 4:00pm - 7:30pm
Pay Rate:
Based on Class Standing
Email:
Rayna Robinson, rrobinson@southern.edu

Teacher/Classroom Assistant (ANGEL)

Teacher/Classroom Assistant (ANGEL) Collegedale Academy - (elementary and middle)

Location/Department: Learning Shop

Description/Duties: Assist students with their specific academic needs under the direction of their teacher.

Qualifications: SAU student who is also part of the work study program.
We are looking for enthusiastic, patient, and reliable workers who enjoy guiding and teaching children.
Hours: TBD
Pay Rate: Starting at $7.65 per hour
Email: mammerall@collegedaleacademy.com
Office Phone: 423.396.2122

Gym Kid Coach

Gym-Kid Coach

Location/Department: Gym-Masters gym
Description/Duties:
Teach beginner gymnastics to 5-17 year old children.

Qualifications: Have a gymnastic background, a love for children, be able to teach and spot basic gymnastic skills.
Hours: 2-11
Pay Rate:
as determined by year in school and background in gymnastics
Email:
rschwarz@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423.236.2673

Model for Lighting

Model for Lighting

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design

Class Description/Duties: Light duty acting but primarily head shots for lighting purposes

Qualifications: Able to sit still and be punctual

Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1:00 - 3:20

Pay Rate: TBD
Office Phone:
423.236.2732
Come to the SVAD front office, Brock Hall, #2006 - 2nd floor - to pick up an application

General Laborer/Skilled Worker 

General Laborer/Skilled Worker

Location/Department: Plant Service
Description/Duties:
Need 10 Students for General Laborer and Skilled Jobs to help our Technicians in performing their duties.

Examples would be: helping our exterior Maintenance Tech, help around the Shop, cleaning and organizing, Painting, electrical, HVAC or Plumbing. Qualifications: Must have a good work ethic and good attitude. Hours are flexible.

Pay Rate: Based on Class standing, more for Skilled Jobs
Email:
kasturm@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423.236.2291

Assistant Student Director

Job Description | ​Assistant Student Director

Scope

As a part of the Enrollment Services team, the Assistant Student Director for [​engage] ministries will plan, coordinate and lead weekend trips to churches, schools and youth events in conjunction with the Student Director. He/ She will also act as a ​recruiting assistant​, facilitating contact with prospective students and participating in regular Enrollment Services events. Works 12-24 hours per week, based on student's schedule and departmental needs.

Start date: August 15

Pay: based on class standing.

Qualifications
● Effective communication skills ::​ via phone, email and face-to-face ● Organized :​:​ ​can keep contacts, calendar and details in order ● Ministry-Minded :: ​has an attitude of service in collaborating with contacts and planning events ● Leadership - able to recruit and rally a group of talented SAU students around a common cause ● Availability - able to participate in several weekend trips along with time in the office ● Adaptability :​: creating programs and events that suit our hosts and able to adjust as necessary

Preferred Skills and Experience
● Capable Speaker or Worship leader :: ​leading programming in one area or another is essential ● Marketing :: ​communication with event organizers as well as prospective students ● Vehicle Operation :: ​authorized to drive SAU's vehicles

Tasks and Responsibilities

● Serve as primary contact for scheduling and planning events for [engage] ministries ● Perform administrative duties and functions, overseeing Engage Team members ● Collaborate with and assist the Student Director in planning and leading ● Plan programming and travel arrangements as needed ● Communicate trip details to ES Ministry Coordinator ● Travel with [engage] team as a worship leader, speaker, or director ● Perform other programming duties as events demand (small groups, SAU presentation, etc...) ● Regularly meet with and oversee [engage] ministries teams ● Update social media outlets ● Participate in ViewSouthern and PreView Southern events ● Complete recruitment and admissions activities as needed

English Department- Reader

English Department-Reader
Description:
Grade and record quizzes and exams. Meet with students when asked. Make copies and run errands. Keep professor's office and reader's office clean. Other duties specific to individual faculty.
Qualifications:
Must have completed at least two semesters of college with GPA of at least 3.0. Must have completed ENGL-101 and ENGL-102 with at least A-. Need good organizational and oral communication skills and the ability to work independently. Preference given to English majors/minors.
Hours:
5-8 hours per week, flexible
Pay rate:
Southern pay scale
Other:
Please email resume and F19 class schedule to lisabhyder@southern.edu.

Dorm Mentor-Disability Support Services

Dorm Mentor-Disability Support Services

Description/Duties: Serve as a resource, provide support, ascertain dorm room cleanliness, ensure attendance of dorm worships for successful completion of worship credits and help address individual needs as they arise. Ability to attend TSP events, which may take place one weekend a month.
Qualifications:
Resident of Talge Hall with leadership and good communication skills.
Hours: 
5 Hours a week
Pay Rate: 
TBD
Email:
DSS@southern.edu
Office Phone:
2544

Personal Trainer

Hulsey Wellness Center-Personal Trainer

Description/Duties: Be a Personal Trainer for students, staff, or members of the Hulsey Wellness Center.
Qualifications: Must be a Certified Personal Trainer -Experience training is preferred

Hours: Varies

Pay Rate: $12.00
Email: dbissell@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2596

SVAD Annex Studio Assistant (2-3 needed)

SVAD Annex Studio Assistant (2-3 needed)

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design

Description/Duties: SVAD Studio Assistant will be responsible for organizing and repairing lab equipment.

Will help facilitate equipment checkouts and help train students on how to properly use equipment.

Lab assistant will maintain appropriate behavior and will oversee and encourage other students to respect the lab areas.

They will be responsible for keeping the studio spaces clean and looking professional.

When on duty they will help students in the studio set up and put away equipment used. When the studio is not in use they are to work on projects to improve quality and cleanliness of the studio. No meals during shifts and no expectation for time to do homework.

A SVAD Studio Assistant demonstrates a motivated interest in creative production. This individual searches out opportunities to support their team members and commits to fulfill their given task from start to finish.

The Studio Manager trusts they will arrive to work on time and with enthusiasm while seeking out opportunities to improve their skills.
Qualifications:
Skills Required: Knowledge of film equipment and how to use correctly; ability to lift items over fifty pounds; basic computer skills; and ability to organize

Hours: 10 - 20 hours/week

Pay Rate: Based on class status
Office Phone: (423) 236-2732
Other: Come to the SVAD office, Brock Hall, 2006, to pick up an application

SVAD Productions Apprentice (6-8) 

SVAD Productions Apprentice (6-8)

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design 

Description/Duties: A SVAD Apprentice demonstrates a motivated interest in creative production. This individual searches out opportunities to support their team members and commits to fulfill their given task from start to finish. The SVAD Production Manager trusts they will arrive to set or deliver work on time and with enthusiasm while seeking out opportunities to improve their skills between projects.
Qualifications:
Tasks will be given based on Apprentice aptitude and interest in different roles needed, ranging from producing, directing, filming, sound mixing, editing, and motion graphics. Must have editing experience, know Adobe Premiere, and Adobe Photoshop.
Hours:
Weekly hours are not guaranteed. Work is based on incoming projects to SVAD Productions.
Pay Rate: $10
Office Phone: (423) 236-2732
Other: Come to the SVAD front office, Brock Hall, 2nd floor, to pick up an application

Brock Hall Lab Assistant 

Brock Hall Lab Assistant

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design 
Description/Duties:
Monitor the print service area; ensure equipment security and proper treatment, assist student with physical printing needs, maintain paper and ink supplies in printers, and maintain orderly print area. Monitor computer labs and classroom spaces; ensure equipment security and proper treatment in all spaces, physically inspect space every 1/2 hour, enforce lab policies (no food, drinks, horseplay, spray mounting, cutting on tables, etc.); close labs at 11:00 pm (push in chairs, organize keyboards, mice, headphones, pick up any trash, remove any objects etc.); and weekly cleaning of computer screens. Be available for special projects and events as instructed by office manager, dean, or support staff.
Qualifications:
Have knowledge of Adobe CC package, animation software (Maya) a plus, have a willingness to learn, be punctual, and dependable.
Hours:
10 - 15 hours/week and must be willing to work Sundays and some Fridays

Pay Rate: Based on class status
Office Phone: (423) 236-2732
Other: Come to the front office, Brock Hall 2006, 2nd floor, to pick up an application

Office Manager's Assistant- School of Visual Art and Design (SVAD)

Office Manager's Assistant

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design 

Description/Duties: General office duties include but are not limited to: answer and direct phone calls when office manager is out, distribute mail and packages, send out emails for various events, maintain filing system, make folders, labels, and copies, do data entry for senior exit reviews.
Design Informational Posters: convocations, parties, general announcements, and invitations.
Run Errands: Wright Hall, Campus Shop, VM, Walmart, etc.
Help With Gallery Receptions: set up, prepare food, serve, clean up. Clean and organize food prep area. Clean the office, vacuum and dust. Keep the lobby area tidy. Help decorate for holidays and special events. Be available for department convos. Make pop corn and cotton candy for students and staff. Grade papers for the dean when necessary.
Qualifications:
Professional appearance and behavior essential; honesty and confidentiality essential; ability to do accurate and detailed work is essential; be self-motivated, punctual, have good interpersonal interaction skills - be comfortable working with faculty, students, guest artists, and greeting visitors.
Computer Skills:
Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and proficient in InDesign and Photoshop Hours 5 - 7 hours/week usually Pay Rate Based on class status
Office Phone: (423) 236-2732
Other: Come to the SVAD front office, Brock Hall 2006, 2nd floor, to pick up an application

Custodian

Custodian

Location/Department: Transportation Services   

Description/Duties:

Clean, Vacuum, empty trash in lobby and office area.
Clean bathrooms and hallways.
Clean main shop, bus bay, wash bay, body shop, and bus barn.

Includes trash collection, bathroom cleaning, sweeping, mopping and sanitizing.
Maintain inventory of cleaning supplies
wash, dry and put away shop rags and wash bay rags Wipe down shop equipment, garage doors, and cabinets

Qualifications:

Able to use cleaning chemicals, work at least 3-4 hour blocks

Hours: 7:30a-12p, 1p-5p M-Th 7:30a-12p 

Pay Rate: TBD
Email: sandrakgarcia@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2716

Vehicle Detailer-Transportation

Vehicle Detailer-Transportation

Location/Department: Transportation
Description/Duties: Detailed cleaning of cars, mini-vans, 12 passenger vans and buses Enter mileage/fuel vehicles Keep track of keys and paperwork Ability to park/back up ALL vehicles (except buses).
Maintain wash bay order and cleanliness

Qualifications: Be able to work at least 3-4 hours at a time Hours 7:30 a-12 p, 1 p-5 p M-Th and 7:30 a-12 p F Weekend work/bonus pay available when needed

Pay Rate: TBD
Email: sandrakgarcia@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2716

Tutoring Center Tutors – Fall 2019

Tutoring Center Tutors – Fall 2019
Tutoring Center, third floor McKee Library

Description/Duties:
We are looking for students who are capable of tutoring ACT and various courses available on campus such as:
Nursing courses--Fundamentals of Nursing, Adult Health, Mental Health, Childbearing, Child Health
Biology courses--Gen. Biology, A&P, Genetics, Basic Microbiology
Chemistry courses--Survey of Chem, Gen. Chemistry, Org. Chemistry, Biochemistry
Physics courses--Gen. Physics, University Physics
Math courses--Statistics, College Algebra, Precalcus Algebra and Trigonometry, Calculus
Religion courses--Life and Teaching, Christian Beliefs, Adventist Heritage, Greek, Hebrew
Business courses--Personal Finance, AccountingPrinciples of Finance, Microeconomics
Gen. Ed. courses--Dev. Psychology, Gen. Psychology, Public Speaking, Nutrition, American History, World Societies

Responsibilities:
Prepare for and facilitate 1-on-1 or small group tutoring sessions with students.
Must follow all Tutoring Center Policies and diligently fulfill the duties of a peer tutor introduced during initial training.
Must attend additional required training or mandatory meetings.
Must keep an open communication with the Tutor Coordinators and the Tutoring Center Director.

Qualifications:
Must be an enrolled Southern student.
Must have completed at least one semester of college level courses.
Must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0.
Must have received a B+ or above in the courses to tutor.
Preferably be able to tutor more than one subject.
Excellent communication skills and willing to work with the Tutor Coordinators and a variety of students.

Hours: Flexible, can work with class schedule.

Rate: Alternate wage based on class standing starting at $7.75, opportunity to raise pay.

Email: tutoringcenter@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423-236-2578

Come by the Tutoring Center for an application (Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm; Fri 9am-12pm), email tutoringcenter@southern.edu, or

visit our website: southern.edu/tutoringcenter.

Housing-Student Worker

Housing-Student Worker

Location/Department: Housing Department
Description/Duties:
Primary duties include assisting in responding to student concerns including room assignments, application processes, answering phone, providing support to the Dean of Housing, filing, answering housing emails, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Maintain Confidentiality. Filing skills, familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel programs, interpersonal communication skills, must be dependable, trustworthy and cheerful. Positive role model for residents. Must maintain a 2.75 GPA
Hours: Monday - Friday Must be able to work for three hours straight

Pay Rate: TBD
Email: spennington@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.595.2232

Models for Art Classes (Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture)- School of Visual Art and Design

Models for Art Classes - Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture ( 2) One male and one female

Location: School of Visual Art and Design

Description/Duties:

Each session is 2.5 hours long.

Prolonged poses will continue through several sessions.

Model will be given periodic breaks during session, and should stretch and be hydrated to prevent cramping.
Qualifications:

Must be strong and flexible, able to bend, twist, and hold standing, reclining, or other poses with minimal movement.

Model should be comfortable modeling in swim wear or spandex. Must commit to a schedule, show up on time, demonstrate professionalism, and be able to accept direction.
Hours:
Monday and Wednesday 3:30 - 5:50
As needed: Friday or Sunday at a time agreed to by model and students

Pay Rate: TBD

Office Phone: 423.236.2732
*Come to the SVAD office (Brock Hall 2006 - second floor) for an application

Student Reader

Student Reader Position for Professor Natalia Lopez-Thismon

Location/Department: School of Journalism and Communication

Description/Duties: Student Reader needed to grade for Professor Lopez-Thismon.

Other administrative duties as assigned.

Must be punctual, dependable, self-starter, accurate, and able to maintain confidence. Start August 2019.

Qualifications: Must have taken both Composition I and II, and Communication & Public Speaking to apply. Looking for strong writing and editing skills.
Hours: 10 hours per week.
Pay Rate: Pay according to class standing and experience.
Email: Email resume and schedule to nlopezthismon@southern.edu Office Phone: 423.236.2330

Spanish Tutor

Spanish Tutor

Location/Department: Modern Languages Department
Description/Duties: Organize and lead out Spanish Conversation Groups on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Tutor students studying Spanish at the elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels. Grade students' work. Monitor lab. Other tasks as assigned.
Qualifications: Must be proficient in Spanish and pass proficiency tests. Will be expected to interview with Spanish Professor.
Hours: 4-8 hours per week during these hours: Monday - Thursday 4:00pm - 7:30 p.m.
Pay Rate: According to Southern's student class standing.
Email: Rayna Robinson, rrobinson@southern.edu

 Spanish Teacher's Assistant

Spanish Teacher's Assistant

Location/Department: Modern Languages

Description/Duties: The Spanish Teacher's Assistant plays an important role in the classroom; assisting the professor in fielding questions from students and fostering an exciting learning environment during class activities and breakout sessions.
Qualifications: Must be fluent in Spanish. Must pass proficiency tests and is expected to interview with Spanish professor. Must be an outgoing, people-person with a service-oriented attitude.
Hours: 10 am-10:50 am and 11-11:50 am, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays with the possibility of more hours outside of class depending on student need. Must be able to work during both class sessions.
Pay Rate: Based on Class standing.
Contact and Email: Rayna Robinson, rrobinson@southern.edu

Lab Assistant-Human Performance Lab at Hulsey Wellness Center

Lab Assistant-Human Performance Lab/Hulsey Wellness Center

Description/Duties:

The Lab assistant will test students and research subjects. Tests includes Resting Metabolic, Body Composition by bod pod, and Exercise Vo2.

Assistant will learn data acquisition and working with Metabolic Efficiency Research.
Qualifications: Junior, Senior
Hours: 6-8am Monday-Friday. With minimal day time testing per schedule.
Pay Rate: Varies
Email: hmayer@southern.edu

Harold Mayer> 423-650-3097

Student Support Manager (SSM)

Location/Department: Lynn Wood Hall/Student Success Center


Description/Duties:
Participate in weekly Student Support Team meetings
Manage assigned caseload according to protocol
Assess the need for services and develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP) with assigned student
Connect student/s to appropriate services/resources
Monitor the student's progress toward achieving goals identified in the ISP
Maintain up-to-date documentation/case notes
Assist with intervention programs for special populations


Qualifications:
Graduate student (Social Work or Psychology emphasis, preferred)
Maintain good academic standing
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Customer service minded
Familiar with campus resources
Organized, self-starter, critical thinker
Work efficiently alone and with a team
Leadership qualities
Ability to connect with students
Maintain integrity and confidentiality
Proficient in MS Office with the ability to learn other programs
10-20 hours a week during the school year


Hours: 10-20 per week 


Pay Rate: Southern student wage scale


Contact Name: Regina Bailey
Email: reginabailey@southern.edu
Office Phone: (423) 236-2838
Other: Email your resume to reginabailey@southern.edu.

Student Food Prep 

Location/Department: Cafeteria
Description/Duties:
Openings in all departments from cleaning to food prep and handling.
Qualifications:
No experience necessary, on the job training

Hours: Hours available from 6:00 am - 9:00 pm

Pay Rate: based on class standing

Contact Name: Jeri Pewsey 
Email:
jdpewsey@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423-236-2708

Student Alumni Council Chair 

Student Alumni Council Chair

Alumni Relations 

Description:

Through this leadership position, the Student Alumni Council Chair will help lead a group of students to host various events throughout the year that will build loyalty, school spirit, and a culture of philanthropy. The student selected for this position will serve as the voice of students and a voting member on the general Alumni Association Council.

Responsibilities include:
• Chair and lead Student Alumni Council meetings (at least four meetings held per semester)
• Recruit additional campus leaders (ex. organization/club presidents) with interest in participating as active members of the Student Alumni Council
• Represent the Student Alumni Council and serve as a voting member of the general Alumni Association Council
• Plan and implement at least 2-3 student activities that help fulfill the objectives outlined above during each school year
• Represent the Student Alumni Council by participating in the planning and implementation of Homecoming Weekend programs and activities in conjunction with the Homecoming Planning Committee

Qualifications:
• A passion for the university's rich history and strong school spirit
• Highly organized and motivated
• Strong leadership skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Possess the ability to work collaboratively and independently
• Ability to work effectively under pressure, use independent judgment and produce quality work
• Set clear goals and follow through with activities within time constraints
• Practice confidentiality at all times
Hours:
Flexible hours throughout the week to accommodate class schedule. Weekends and evenings, as needed

Pay Rate: Based on class standing

Email: fox@southern.edu

Phone: 423.236.2470


An upperclassman is preferred but all strong candidates will be considered. Please send resumes to fox@southern.edu

 Floor Maintenance/ Evenings

Floor Maintenance/ Evenings

Location/Department Service Department
Description/Duties Sweep, mop, vacuum and scrub floors with carpet machine Qualifications 18 years old or older and dependable. Must have a valid driver's license with clear driving record. Be able to lift equipment up to 50 lbs. and work around chemicals. Must be able to sweep, mop & vacuum. We will train the right person on all equipment.

Hours Must be able to work most evenings (Monday Through Thursday 5pm-9) Pay Rate Depends on class standing
Email: bernettashockley@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423-236-2717
Other: Please email me to set up an interview time.

Janitorial: Classrooms/Library/Admin. Building and more 

 

Janitorial: Classrooms/Library/Admin. Building and more

Department: SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Hours:
Hiring for Mid July thru Fall Semester -Jumpstart July 21, Smart Start July 28, 8am-12 and/or 1pm-5
and Fall Semester 2019
Monday through Thursday
8 am-10:45, 1 pm-3:45, 5 pm-8 pm
Friday 8 am-10:45
Pay Rate:
Based on SAU student employee pay scale per class standing + $1.00 more per hour
Qualifications:
Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs., walk, go up and down steps, bend over, reach above your head. Must be able to use cleaning chemicals, sweep, mop, vacuum floors and clean bathrooms. Must be self-motivated.
Other: If you will be arriving before Fall semester and would like to work please let me know. Go to your book-list and email me a copy of your class schedule. It's the one with your photo on it and the class times are shaded.
Contact Name:
Bernetta Shockley
Contact Phone:
423.236.2132
Email:
bernettashockley@southern.edu

Call Center Ambassador

Call Center Ambassador

Qualifications:
• Open to challenge and growth
• Motivated and committed to learning and growing in the position
• Clear, articulate, and friendly voice
• Knowledge of basic computer skills
• Attention to detail and commitment to accuracy
• Passionate about Southern and actively engaged in campus life and activities
• Open-mind and comfortable with constructive criticism
• Positive attitude

Your main responsibility will be contacting alumni and donors of Southern Adventist University with three main objectives:
1. Build a connection and relationship with the person
2. Reconnect that individual back to what's happening on Southern's campus
3. Give that person the opportunity to show their support of Southern students

Other Responsibilities:
• Update and accurately enter alumni information into our database
• Raise money for general and specific funds and scholarships across campus by inviting individual alumni and donors to support Southern at the right level for them
• Accurately track relevant information to assist Major Giving Officers in their fundraising efforts
• Keep accurate records and totals of constituents called each evening
• Record and verify all gifts and pledges made by alumni and donors
• Actively engage with fellow representatives in the Call Center, as well as during additional training and teambuilding activities outside the regular schedule
• Assist the Advancement Department during on- and off-campus events, as needed

Note: Extensive and ongoing training is provided. Most students that are hired learn the necessary skill set while on the job during our training sessions. So, if are you are concerned that you aren't qualified, don't let that stop you from applying.

Typical Physical Demands: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching; may require lifting up to 50 pounds; requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, calculators, and the telephone; requires normal range of hearing and vision.

Special Requirements: Must have an expressed commitment to Jesus Christ, the teachings and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a SDA church member in good and regular standing, and a desire to serve in a cooperative, spiritually redemptive, and soul-winning atmosphere. Practice confidentiality of information at all times.

Hours:
Each caller is required to work two evening shifts. Shifts are Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. each week. Callers can work 7-14 hours per week.
Pay Rate:
Pay rate is based on your class standing (standard on-campus pay scale) with opportunities for bonuses and raises at the end of each semester.

Contact: Sandra Delgado Extension: 2466

Email: sandraa@southern.edu

Graduate Assistantship - Business (2)

Location/Department: School of Business
Description/Duties:
The School of Business has a graduate assistant position open for current graduate students. The graduate assistant will assist the supervisory professor with research, teaching assistance, administrative tasks, or miscellaneous projects and programs. This is a full-time position that requires 20 hours per week. Graduate assistant will be compensated minimum hourly wage for the 20 hours of work in addition to a 6-credit hour tuition waiver.
Qualifications:
- Preference will be given to Graduate Students within the School of Business
- Must be a Masters Level Student
- already taken a statistical class
- computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, and Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) or AMOS (or being willing to learn)
- familiarity with Moodle(e-Class) platform (or a willingness to learn)
- must have Christian values and represent the school with integrity
- ability to work independently and with a team
- must consistently use good discretion and maintain student confidentiality

Hours: To be determined with Supervising Instructor

Pay Rate: $7.25
Contact/Email: Teshia Price tprice@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2751
Other: Simply forward your email and letter of interest to tprice@southern.edu 

Writing Center Tutor - Fall 2019

Location: Writing Center - Library
Description/Duties:
Writing tutors work with writers of all levels and disciplines on a variety of assignments and projects, such as compositions, lab reports, research papers, resumes and job search correspondence, proposals, presentations, and creative writing.

Qualifications:
- Current enrollment as a Southern student in good academic standing
- Completed at least one semester of college courses
- Meets the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0
- Received at least a B+ in ENGL 101 and ENGL 102
- Strong critical thinking skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Hours: flexible
Pay rate: Determined by class standing plus an additional $0.50 per hour

Contact Name: Sonja Fordham
Phone: 423-236-2384
Email: sfordham@southern.edu
Other: Email Sonja Fordham at sfordham@southern.edu for an application

Short-term, short-notice work

Description: If you are available for short-term, short-notice work, then Human Resources would like to speak with you.

Periodically, departments on campus have large projects that require extra help, either because the project comes in at the last minute or because it is a busy time of year and they need an extra person. While these projects will not turn into a part-time job, or last long, Human Resources would like to have a list of available workers on hand for the departments to contact. Students who are interested can sign up in Human Resources and be notified via email when a department has a job starting in a day or two and lasting no more than two weeks.

1) Sign up for the email list (and complete required paperwork) in Human Resources.

2) Check your email and respond to opportunities you're interested in/available for/qualified to do.

3) Departments will fill their needs on a first-come, first-serve basis.

4) Jobs will start with little notice and last for no more than two weeks at a time.

This will not be a placement list, so signing up for this service will not find you a regular student job on campus. This is only an opportunity to be available for work here and there, on a very short-term basis. You must be registered for classes at Southern to be on this list.

Contact Info: Stop by Human Resources to sign up

Top 10 Campus Employers

Dining Hall
Jeri Pewsey, jdpewsey@southern.edu

Talge Hall
Lisa Patterson, lpatterson@southern.edu

Thatcher Hall
Belinda Fisher, belindal@southern.edu

Service Department
Bernetta Shockley, bernettashockley@southern.edu

Hulsey Wellness Center
Darin Bissell, dbissell@southern.edu

KR's Place
Kim Armstrong, kimearmstrong@southern.edu

Village Market
Dennis Smith, desmith@southern.edu

Landscape Services
Mark Antone, mantone@southern.edu

McKee Library
Carol Harrison, charrison@southern.edu

Plant Services
Kim Sturm, kasturm@southern.edu