Federal Work-Study Jobs


Federal Work-Study (FWS) job listings for each new academic year will become available for eligible students beginning June 1. Job listings will be updated regularly as they are filled; the number of openings per department is subject to change.

Fairfield offers FWS awards to eligible, full-time undergraduate students only. Students can check award eligibility via my.Fairfield. Download financial aid award navigation.

To Apply For a FWS Job:

  1. Complete a FWS Student Interest Form. Save this completed form to a storage device or your personal computer.

  2. Log in to the job (or jobs) you would like to apply to, using your NetID/password.

  3. Submit your FWS Student Interest Form (by e-mail) to the supervisor contact as noted in the job listing. This will complete your part of the job application process. Submitting this form does not guarantee FWS employment.

It is recommended that students consider applying to one or more jobs of interest and to manage application submissions carefully. It will take supervisors some time to review applications, contact students and set up interviews. Some supervisors may be in touch with you by phone or e-mail during the summer and/or some may contact you for an interview when you arrive on campus in September.

Please refer to the FWS Student Handbook for more details on the hiring process and program policies. If you have questions, please call the Office of Financial Aid at (203) 254-4125 or e-mail the FWS Program: fws@fairfield.edu.


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Department Academic Support & Retention
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Sitting at the front desk and helping triage students. 

Duties

Greeting students, answering phones, computer work, mail, copying and shredding

Learning Objectives
  • People skills
  • Advising skills
  • Organizational and time management skills
Skills/Experience

Skill with excel would be a plus

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Advancement Services
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The student office assistant will help to support the Advancement Services staff by performing general office duties.

Duties
  • Maintaining of demographic information of University constituents within the Advancement database - Banner.
  • Responsible for the document process within Advancement, this involves scanning and indexing of documents with great attention to detail.
  • Provides departmental phone support.
Learning Objectives
  • Become familiar with fundraising and the importance of philanthropy
  • Enhance communication skills both written and verbally
  • Ability to work independently on assigned projects
Skills/Experience
  • Familiarity with Banner software application a plus.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 15

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Department Alumni Relations
Job Title Office Assistant, Reunions

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Main responsibilities include the creation of the 50th Reunion Memory book, assisting with Reunion nostalgia boards, and general pre-Reunion prep work.

Duties

-create 50th Reunion Memory Book

- assist with Reunion nostalgia boards

- assist with creating registration packets

- assist with Reunion marketing materials

- data entry

- answering the phone and making follow up phone calls

 

Learning Objectives
  • Project Management and event planning Project Management and event planning
  • Deeper understanding and connection with Fairfield University Alumni Deeper understanding and connection with Fairfield University Alumni
  • Responsibilty Responsibilty
Skills/Experience

Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, with strong excel skills and/or a willingness to learn a must. High level of attention to detail and good proof reading skills are essential.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested open

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Department Annual Giving
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Office support for the Fairfield Fund and Special Gifts team; Includes the Fairfield Fund Office, Parents' Giving, Young Alumni Giving, Senior Giving, Athletics' Giving, Reunion Giving and the Student Phonathon program.

Duties

Responsibilities include assistance to the program managers, general office work, assistance with mailings, event help, and phone coverage as needed.

Learning Objectives
  • Students will gain experience in a professional environmentStudents will gain experience in a professional environment Students will gain experience in a professional environmentStudents will gain experience in a professional environment
  • Students will gain knowledge about Annual Giving, and its importance to the UniversityStudents will gain knowledge about Annual Giving, and its importance to the University Students will gain knowledge about Annual Giving, and its importance to the UniversityStudents will gain knowledge about Annual Giving, and its importance to the University
  • Students will gain real life work experience that can be applied to their career after FairfieldStudents will gain real life work experience that can be applied to their career after Fairfield Students will gain real life work experience that can be applied to their career after FairfieldStudents will gain real life work experience that can be applied to their career after Fairfield
Skills/Experience

Must have knowledge/proficiency in Microsoft programs, especially excel and word. Excellent telephone skills required.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Minimum of 6

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Department Athletics
Job Title Sports Assistants

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The student will assist with basketball, lacrosse and soccer games, handling tickets, pass lists, guests and help with any active promotions. Help with mailings, athletic events, banquets, senior nite and other related athletic events that come up. Work with teams that need additional help, practices, game day aid. The student will help with non ticketed sports helping with scoreboards and promotion table.

Duties

The student will communicate with Parents of players and athletic groups at all events. The student will help with marketing the games.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn about NCAA rules, pass lists and how promotions for games workLearn about NCAA rules, pass lists and how promotions for games work Learn about NCAA rules, pass lists and how promotions for games workLearn about NCAA rules, pass lists and how promotions for games work
  • Develop communication skills through interaction with parents,players, athletic groups etcDevelop communication skills through interaction with parents,players, athletic groups etc Develop communication skills through interaction with parents,players, athletic groups etcDevelop communication skills through interaction with parents,players, athletic groups etc
  • Develop time management skills juggling school work, activites and work study positionDevelop time management skills juggling school work, activites and work study position Develop time management skills juggling school work, activites and work study positionDevelop time management skills juggling school work, activites and work study position
Skills/Experience
  • Responsible and professional
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Must be reliable and prompt
Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 2 games/week (approx 8-.10 hours)

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Department Athletics - Facilities & Operations
Job Title Student Assistant for Facilities and Operations

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist in the daily activities of facilities and operations. Help the Facilities Assistant and the Equipment Manager with the handling and organization of student athlete uniforms, participate in various field operations (goal and cone placement on fields per game type), and other duties as assigned.

Duties

Student workers will handle all laundry services for student athletes and game time operations for all home athletic contests.

Learning Objectives
  • To gain organizational and time management skills while working in a fast paced environment.
  • To obtain the skills necessary to multi-task in a professional environment with faculty and staff.
  • To acquire the ability and flexibility to perform tasks as requested by the athletic department.
Skills/Experience

No skills or experience needed; will train.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Bellarmine Museum of Art
Job Title Bellarmine Museum of Art, Student Guard

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Keep Our Art Safe! The Bellarmine Museum of Art needs students to serve as security guards when we are open to the public.

The museum welcomes visitors on Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During those days/hours, we will need two students to serve as Museum Security Guards.

Guards are also needed for occasional evening opening receptions, and on select Saturdays from 12-5 for Family Days.

One student mans the entrance/front hall/cast corridor, while the other monitors the Museum's three galleries; students rotate locations with each other at least once during shifts.

Duties

Student Guards have several very important duties. They are as follows:

  • Count museum patrons upon entrance to the museum
  • Ask patrons to sign guest book
  • Ensure all museum rules and guidelines are followed at all times by patrons.
  • Ask patrons to leave coats, backpacks, and other belongings in the coatroom
  • Answer basic questions (i.e. restroom/coatroom locations)

Student Guards will act as a student ambassador for the Museum. 

Learning Objectives
  • To be able to answer all questions that visitors might have
  • To understand the security procedures for the museum
  • To be an observant attendant
Skills/Experience
  • Ability to talk with museum visitors comfortably.
  • Willingness and availability to work between 9:30a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Willingness to dress appropriately and professionally as both a representative of Fairfield University and of the Bellarmine Museum of Art.
Other

Reliability is essential. The security of the museum and its operations is jeopardized if guards fail to report to scheduled shifts.

Knowledge of art history is a plus.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Approx. 8 hours per week

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Department Bennett Center for Judaic Studies
Job Title Student Office Assistant

Job Term Spring Only

Description

General office work: typing, copying, posting flyers, completing forms, answering phone, etc. Generating email list for Bennett Center.

Duties

Answer phones, take accurate messages, create program flyers, assist in organizing class trips, assist Program Manager in running the Bennett Center office, complete forms and documents, run off copies of materials on xerox machines, assist Center director in organizing programs, sell books at evening lectures, compose simple letters and emails regarding Center business.

Learning Objectives
  • How to organize and run an office How to organize and run an office; How to work with key office staff;
  • How to work with key office staff How to communicate effectively and efficiently
  • How to communicate effectively and efficiently
Skills/Experience

Excellent computer skills necessary, especially with Microsoft Word/Excel, and Microsoft Outlook.

Must have excellent communication and organizational skills; must be reliable, responsible and self-motivated. Will train.

 

Other

Will work with student's schedule, but student must be able to dedicate at least 6-8 hours per week to this job.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6

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Department Biology
Job Title Biology Department Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General office duties include photocopying, filing, and other projects as assigned. 

Learning Objectives
  • to be able to follow instructions
  • be a self starter with common tasks
  • time management
Skills/Experience

Computer skills.

Other

Student must be a non-Biology major.

Preferred Hours: 2/week, Monday - Thursday (between 8:30am-4:30pm)

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 8

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Department Biology
Job Title Environmental Science Lab Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

This position is part of an ongoing effort to monitor campus environmental quality. Student(s) will collect primary data used to evaluate and make recommendations to improve the campus watershed.

Duties

Collect and process environmental samples from the campus watershed.

Perform chemical analysis of water quality.
Enter and track data in an existing database.
Maintain laboratory spaces and equipment.

Learning Objectives
  • Students will learn basic methods of water quality testing Students will learn basic methods of water quality testingStudents will learn basic methods of water quality testing Students will learn basic methods of water quality testing Students will learn basic methods of water quality testing Students will learn basic methods of water quality testingStudents will learn basic methods of water quality testing Students will learn basic methods of water quality testing
  • Students will learn environmental sampling techniques Students will learn environmental sampling techniquesStudents will learn environmental sampling techniques Students will learn environmental sampling techniques Students will learn environmental sampling techniques Students will learn environmental sampling techniquesStudents will learn environmental sampling techniques Students will learn environmental sampling techniques
  • Students will practice data QC/QA Students will practice data QC/QAStudents will practice data QC/QA Students will practice data QC/QA Students will practice data QC/QA Students will practice data QC/QAStudents will practice data QC/QA Students will practice data QC/QA
Skills/Experience

High school or university course in chemistry, biology and/or environmental science.

Other

All majors welcome. Environmental studies minors or those with an interest in environmental issues are especially encouraged to apply.

Hourly Rate $9.45
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Biology Laboratory
Job Title Biology Laboratory Technician

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Lab care and cleaning; critical cleaning of glassware; live and preserved specimen care, culture care; preparation and breakdown of a wide variety of lab materials; preparation of chemical solutions and sterile growth media; inventory; instrument care, facility disinfection, greenhouse care.

Duties

Cleaning, lab care, specimen care are routine. Lab Preps vary highly with courses and from week to week within courses.

Learning Objectives
  • Adeptness at Laboratory Safety
  • Participation in Planning Laboratory Preps
  • Mastery of a Variety of Laboratory Skills
Skills/Experience

No specific lab skills. We will train. Office skills can be useful, but most importantly, student must have:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to safety and detail
  • Ability to do both repetitive and highly varied work
  • Willingness to be a dependable,responsible, and supportive part of a large, dedicated team.
Other

Biology majors tend to work well, but we have had all majors work here. Motivation is key.

Hourly Rate $9.45
Weekly Hours Requested Varies by agreement

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Department Campus Ministry
Job Title Program Assistant (Retreats/Missions/Chapel and office duties

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Support for Director of Campus Ministry, Campus Ministers, Administrative support and Liturgical support.

Duties
  • Assist Chaplains with programs (  eg. retreats, immersion  trips, spring break trips, community service programs, you will be assigned to one campus minister.
  • Administrative office duties ( copying and maintaining files)
  • Automobile care ( fueling, cleaning & maintenance report)
  • Performing various errands on and off campus
  • Posting flyers in schools and campus center
  • Stuffing student mailboxes
  • Taking care of bulletin boards with assistance from chaplains
  • Assist with light office duties
  • Maintain meeting room furniture in order
  • Keeping the chapel seating in alignment according to floor plan map
  • Sunday hospitality setup and takedown for 11 am Mass celebration. (Time is 10:15-12:30)
  • Vacuming of Chapel and lobby twice weekly
Learning Objectives
  • Work in group setting
  • Responsiblity of work
  • To gain awareness of programs in campus ministry
Skills/Experience

Excel/Word/Publisher

Driver's license (though not required)

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4-8 hours

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Department Campus Ministry
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The assistant will help the Campus Ministry staff with office tasks including but not limited to photocopying, data entry, and file sorting. Students may also be asked to assist periodically with Mass setup and cleanup for Prep school liturgies.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Students should be able to input data in excel spreadsheets and format tables. Knowledge of Microsoft Office is a huge plus prior to starting but they will get much more comfortable with this program. They will also learn more about the inner workings of a vibrant and active department of a Jesuit Catholic high school.
  • Students will be working in a very active department within the Prep school community. Our retreats and service programs are integral to the school's mission. If the students are interested in theology and Campus Ministry they would be ideal candidates for this position.
  • Students need to be flexible and be willing to do some physical work (moving of boxes, setting up for events) from time to time. They will be handling many behing the scene details.
Skills/Experience

Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007 is a plus.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 3-6

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Department Career Planning Center
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Work-study student should be able to perform a variety of clerical duties in our busy office: Computer work; answer phones; assist students; photocopy; distribute posters/flyers around campus. Students will also conduct research on career planning topics for counselors, schedule appointments when necessary, and help with the marketing of the center's programs. We are looking for a self-starter who can work independently and find their own tasks when necessary.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner. Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.Student should be able to perform clerical tasks in a professional manner.
  • Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner. Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.Student will be expected to interact with other students, employers and parents in a professional manner.
  • Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player. Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.Student should be able to perform the job duties with a good attitude and with a desire to be a team player.
Skills/Experience

Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint preferred. Experience with graphic design preferred.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10 hrs.

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Department Center for Faith & Public Life, Center for Catholic Studies
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

 

The Center for Faith and Public Life and Center for Catholic Studies are seeking two students to assist both Centers as an office assistant for 5-10 hours per week each.

 

About the Center for Faith & Public Life

The Center for Faith and Public Life is a cross-disciplinary forum for students, scholars, policy makers, and religious leaders to converse and reflect on the many issues where religion intersects with civic life. Anchored in the rich traditions of Catholic social thought and Jesuit spirituality, the Center respects diversity while promoting the common good. Through academic research, teaching, publications, and public initiatives, the Center hopes to provide a new and exciting focus for viewing the role of religion in the public square. The Center for Faith and Public Life is also home to the Office of Service Learning.

 

About the Center for Catholic Studies

Catholic Studies is an inter-disciplinary inquiry into the intellectual tradition, history and culture, both "high" and popular, of the Catholic Christian tradition. The Center for Catholic Studies at Fairfield University exists to administer an undergraduate interdisciplinary Minor Program in Catholic Studies, to support the academic component of "mission and identity" education and programming on campus, to promote an understanding and appreciation of the Catholic intellectual tradition on campus, and to establish programming for and outreach to the local community, especially but not exclusively the local Catholic community.

 

Duties
  • Provide clerical support for various projects in the Centers
  • Promote events sponsored by the Centers through the creation/distribution of posters, Facebook, and other on-campus advertising
  • Manage the Catholic Studies and the Center for Faith & Public Life Facebook pages
  • Assist in facilitating the student JUHAN program and its events
  • Assist visitors to the office by answering questions, taking messages, etc.
  • Assist with mailings and other tasks as assigned
  • Assist with the general upkeep of the office
  • Collaborate with Graduate Assistants

 

Learning Objectives
  • 1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment 1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment1. Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment
  • 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public 2. Communicate effectively with faculty, staff, students, advisory board members, and the general public
  • 3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies 3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies3. Be knowledgeable and articulate about the work and missions of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies
Skills/Experience
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office and Microsoft Word
  • Proactive, professional attitude and dependability
  • Interest in the work of the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies
  • Must be familiar with campus
  • A driver’s license is helpful, though not required
Other

Located in Canisius 200, the Center for Faith & Public Life and the Center for Catholic Studies offer a professional, relaxed, and friendly work environment. The position welcomes and is enhanced by the FWS students’ own initiative, ideas, creativity, and expertise. FWS students have the opportunity to interact with and form rewarding relationships with all staff members while engaging with topics of immigration, humanitarian action, civic engagement, service-learning, and the Catholic intellectual tradition.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10

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Department Charles F. Dolan School of Business
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Provide general office support for staff and faculty. This will involve typing, filing, sorting mail, photocopying, scanning, answering phones, campus errands, retrieving articles from library, and other projects as assigned.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Ability and flexibility to perform tasks and projects as requested.
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner with faculty, administrative staff and students.
  • Use this experience as preparation for future employment.
Skills/Experience

Proficient skills with Microsoft Office.

Other

Students majoring in Accounting or enrolled in the School of Business would be helpful.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-6

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Department Chemistry
Job Title Chemistry Lab Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Chemistry stockroom window duty, set-up instruments and chemicals for experiments, solutions and unknowns preparation, glassware and labs clean-up, chemical inventory.

Duties

 

Learning Objectives
  • To gain experience with daily chemical laboratory operations
  • To gain experience with chemical principles and processes
  • To learn to work with students and faculty
Skills/Experience

Interest in sciences recommended. Enrollment in chemistry course with lab component preferred.

Other

Chemistry, biochemistry, biology, engineering and nursing major students preferred.

Hourly Rate $9.45
Weekly Hours Requested 20 max per week, per student

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Department College of Arts & Sciences
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General office help, assisting CAS staff with routine tasks.

Duties

Primary responsibility is filing of student records.  Other tasks include assisting with mailings and specialized projects, as well as ocassional help with answering phones and greeting students, faculty, and guests.

Learning Objectives
  • To gain organizational and time management skills by practice
  • To learn team building skills as students share tasks with others
  • To become a responsible and reliable student worker
Skills/Experience

Organizational skills necessary to provide the Dean's Office with accurate record keeping. 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested As Available

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Department Communication
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Faculty office support position

Duties
  • Photocopying
  • Filing
  • Light computer work
  • Bringing files to other offices
  • Opportunity to work with professors on individual projects
Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of being responsible/dependable in a professional environment
  • Student will learn ways to work well and professionally with others
  • Students will have opportunity to work closely with faculty members on projects
Skills/Experience

Responsible, friendly and eager to help

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Community Service - Off Campus Positions
Job Title MAACS Mentor

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Mentoring for Academic Achievement and College Success (MAACS): http://bpef.org/maacs.htm

Work one-on-one with first-generation high school students who aspire to attend college. Assistning students with goal setting, essay writing, college and financial aid applications.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Mentors will be able to gain a better understanding of the internal and external dynamics that impact student achievement in an urban district. Mentors will be able to gain a better understanding of the internal and external dynamics that impact student achievement in an urban district.
  • Mentors will gain valuable work experience as they will engage with a diverse group of students, educators and administrators with varying backgrounds and cultures. Mentors will gain valuable work experience as they will engage with a diverse group of students, educators and administrators with varying backgrounds and cultures.
  • Mentors will be able to help the high school students build a sense of self-efficacy and resiliency. Mentors will be able to help the high school students build a sense of self-efficacy and resiliency.
Skills/Experience

Trustworthy, dependable, active listener with good written and verbal communication skills.

Other

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with at least a 3.0 GPA. Availability to work between the hours of 8 am - 4 pm. Reliable transportation is desired but not mandatory.

Bassick High School - 1181 Fairfield Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06605

Central High School - 1 Lincold Boulevard, Bridgeport, CT 06606

Harding High School - 1734 Central Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06610

Fairchild Wheeler High School - 840 Old Town Road, Bridgeport, CT 06606

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested minimum of 4 hours per week

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Department Controller's Office
Job Title Accounting Office Clerk

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Clerical office tasks including copying, filing as well as data entry using excel spreadsheets.

Learning Objectives
  • Should be able to interact with office staff within a professional environment
  • Should learn basic accounting and excel tasks
  • Should learn how finance staff supports the mission of the University by providing support throughout the campus
Skills/Experience

Microsoft Office, Excel

Other

Business or accounting

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-10

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Department Counseling and Psychological Services (C&PS)
Job Title Communications, Marketing and Office Support

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Create promotional materials (flyers, posters,etc) to market CAPS events on campus. Identify campus events in which CAPS can support. Assist with website update and social media marketing and promotions. Provide office support (copying, distributins marketing materials, mailings, etc) Liaise with campus organizations to create awareness about CAPS on campus.

 

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Improve writing skills for workplace public relations and develop solid media promotional skills
  • Develop communication and interpersonal skills to interact with office staff in a professional environment
  • Increase campus community awareness of college student mental health
Skills/Experience

Communication: strong writing, marketing and interpersonal skills to work within team environment. Graphic design to create promotional materials. Technology and familiarity with social media and website pages.

Other

Some hours can be worked remotely

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 3

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Department Counseling and Psychological Services (C&PS)
Job Title Communications and Office Support

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

 

Develop and update website and social media pages for Alcohol Prevention Programs on Campus. Distribute marketing materials on campus. Contribute to "Be Smart" Newsletter. Help create awareness around alcohol prevention and substance abuse treatment on campus.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Develop communication and interpersonal skills to interact with office staff in a professional environment
  • Improve writing skills for workplace public relations and develop solid media promotional materials
  • Increase campus community awareness of college student mental health
Skills/Experience

Communication: strong writing, marketing and interpersonal skills to work within team environment. Graphic design to create promotional materials. Technology and familiarity with social media and website pages.

Other

Some hours can be worked remotely.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 3

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Department Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County
Job Title Administrative Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Promotion of CAFC events on electronic calendars throughout the county and state. http://culturalalliancefc.org

 

Duties
  • Tracking promotion of individual CAFC members on an excel spreadsheet.
  • Data entry into an excel spreadsheet - developing lists of raffle prize entrants at CAFC events and participants at CAFC Marketing Roundtable members.
  • Data entry of new CAFC members into spreadsheets.
  • Write draft press releases and develop scripts for radio announcements.
  • Light administrative work such as copying, mailing materials and assistance with major mailings.
Learning Objectives
  • Improve writing skills for workplace public relations. Improve writing skills for workplace public relations.
  • Learn database management and customer service. Learn database management and customer service.
  • Learn time management and workplace cooperation. Learn time management and workplace cooperation.
Skills/Experience

Dependability and a strong work ethic are required. Timeliness with assignments and a team attitude are expected. FWS student will need a basic understanding of MS office programs (excel & word). On site training will be provided.

 

Other
Must have your own transportation or use shuttle to downtown Fairfield.
Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 3-10

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Department Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County
Job Title Marketing & Communications Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Promotion of regional arts and cultural events via social media vehicles and assisting in maintenance of our website, fcbuzz.org.


http://culturalalliancefc.org

 

Duties
  • Write media blogs also used for arts and cultural event promotion.
  • Track promotion activities and communicate with member organizations on a regular basis to support their needs.
  • Assisting in maintaining accurate membership data in Microsoft Access.
  • Assist in the preparation of press releases and development of promotional scripts for area radio broadcasts.
  • Some Light administrative work such as assistance with major mailings.
  • Occasional special event assistance as well
Learning Objectives
  • Improve writing skills for workplace public relations and develop solid social media promotional skills.
  • Learn database management and customer service.
  • Learn time management and workplace cooperation.
Skills/Experience

Dependability and a strong work ethic are required. Timeliness with assignments and a team attitude are expected. FWS student will need a basic understanding of MS office programs (Excel & Word).

Other

Some hours can be worked remotely; remaining hours are onsite at our new office in Norwalk, so student must have transportation. 

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 3-10

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Department Department of Public Safety
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Customer service; registering vehicles, filing, and other projects as needed.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Work independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment.Work independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment. Work independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment.Work independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills and other expertise critical to a professional work environment.
  • Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment.Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment. Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment.Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment.
  • Student will learn to be courteous and communicate effectively with the general public, fellow students, University faculty and staff.Student will learn to be courteous and communicate effectively with the general public, fellow students, University faculty and staff. Student will learn to be courteous and communicate effectively with the general public, fellow students, University faculty and staff.Student will learn to be courteous and communicate effectively with the general public, fellow students, University faculty and staff.
Skills/Experience

Computer skills

Other

Prefer first or second year students

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4 - 6

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Department Department of Public Safety
Job Title Switchboard Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Answer University/switchboard phone calls and direct calls as requested. Provide information to callers about the University such as directions, hours of operations, etc.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Learn interpersonal communication skills
  • Learn organizational design
  • Maintain positive customer service
Skills/Experience

Maintain proper phone etiquette and a positive attitude.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10

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Department Department of Public Safety
Job Title Dispatch Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist the primary dispatcher with receiving phone calls, issuing temporary permits, issuing keys, filing paperwork.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Learn interpersonal communication skills
  • Learn organizational design
Skills/Experience

Solid phone etiquette, good personal communications skills and well organized. Ability to manage multiple tasks.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department DiMenna-Nyselius Library
Job Title Library Student Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assisting students, faculty, & staff; computer skills, timely, & detailed oriented

Duties

Office skills, answering phones, learning library shelving procedures,

Learning Objectives
  • Learn to listen
  • Learn how to assist others
  • Learn to be responsible
Skills/Experience

Comfort level with computer basics; pleasant people skills, responsible, sensitive to detail, committed

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6 to 10

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Department Disability Support Services
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The work-study position for Disability Support Services (DSS) will occur during both the Fall and Spring semesters.  This student will assist the DSS staff with general office responsibilities.

Duties
  • Greet students and faculty at front desk
  • Office Support such as photocopying, filing, and scanning
  • Assist with research of primary literature for new office projects
  • Coordinate outreach and awareness programs with office staff
  • Manage support for students with disabilities including being a scribe, reader or typist for class recordings
Learning Objectives
  • Strengthen communication and organization skills
  • Managing multiple responsibilities efficiently
  • Broaden knowledge of disability awareness
Skills/Experience
  • Interest in learning more about students with disabilities and their support systems on campus
  • Trustworthy, honest, and dependable
  • Punctual
  • Strong communication skills
  • Hardworking and detail oriented
Other

The work-study position requires the student hired to sign a confidentiality agreement.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 8-10

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Department Economics
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Office assistant to the Economics Department.

Duties

Scanning/photocopying, posting event flyers around campus, running campus errands and special projects as they arise.

Learning Objectives
  • Opportunity to learn best office practices.
  • Obtain competency with office machines.
  • Opportunity to enhance people skills.
Skills/Experience

Will train.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4-5

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Department English Department
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Support for all office functions, mailings, copy work, library errands, etc.

Learning Objectives
  • Work independently
  • Work as a team member
  • Work with a large diverse group
Skills/Experience

Typing, filing, mailings, etc.

Dependabilty is a must-have.

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5

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Department Environmental Studies
Job Title Office Assistant - Environmental Studies

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Help develop events, photocopying material for classes, posting event fliers, running campus errands, and special projects as they arise.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Gain additional experience with essential professional skills. Gain additional experience with essential professional skills.
  • Gain experience interacting with policy officials and scholars. Gain experience interacting with policy officials and scholars.
  • Gain experience using library and online resources to search for information relevant to environmental science and policy, US and international politics and policy, and the United Nations. Gain experience using library and online resources to search for information relevant to environmental science and policy, US and international politics and policy, and the United Nations.
Skills/Experience

Will train.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Flexible

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Department Environmental Studies
Job Title Research Assistant - Environmental Studies

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist Dr. Downie with library and internet research on issues in local, national and global environmental policy.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Gain knowledge of current issues in global environmental policy. Gain knowledge of current issues in global environmental policy.
  • Gain experience conducting or assisting professional research on environmental policy. Gain experience conducting or assisting professional research on environmental policy.
  • Gain experience using library and online resources to search for information relevant to environmental science and policy, US and international politics and policy, and the United Nations. Gain experience using library and online resources to search for information relevant to environmental science and policy, US and international politics and policy, and the United Nations.
Skills/Experience

None necessary.

Other

Upperclass student preferred.

Hourly Rate $8.95
Weekly Hours Requested To be determined

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Department Fairfield Preparatory School
Job Title Library/ Academic Center Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Checking students into and out of the Prep Academic Center & Library, cataloging library equipment/shelves, monitoring student activity, assisting students at the Circulation Desk and at computer stations, and interacting with Fairfield Prep students, faculty and staff as needed.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Work study students will be able to communicate effectively with high school students and adults who come in to a library looking for assistance.
  • Work study students will see the advantages of maintaining a quiet library work environment where students are free to learn without disruption.
  • Work studies students would become a good example or role model for our high school students as they frequently interact with them in the Library space.
Skills/Experience

No prior skills or experience necessary. Work studies should be able to multi-task and feel comfortable working among high school students in a quiet working environment. Comfort level with computer basics; pleasant people skills, responsible, sensitive to detail, committed.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-10

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Department Fairfield Preparatory School
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Filing, sorting and opening mail during our very busy admissions season in the fall.  Also, compiling marketing materials and packets for our Open House and school visits.

Learning Objectives
  • Ability to perform tasks as requested.
  • Dependability and interacting in a professional manner with staff and students.
  • Experience will prepare student for future employment and also an understanding of the admissions process.
Skills/Experience

Clerical tasks.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 3-4

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Department Fairfield Preparatory School
Job Title Computer Supervisor/Tech Help

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Support for the Dean of Operations and Technology; Conduct web-based research on a variety of topics that relate to technology, education, buildings, marketing, etc.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • The students will learn to work independently on project-based assignments.
  • The students will develop various technology-based, marketable skills.
  • The students will hone various communication skills including use of email, phone and website.
Skills/Experience

Basic Computer Skills; Microsoft Office skills are helpful; attention to detail

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4 - 6

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Department Fairfield Preparatory School
Job Title Communications Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist Development Department with special events, filing, mailing preparations and other clerical duties. Assist Director of Communications with preparing photos, video, news items for the website and media. Research/file school related news stories.

 

 

 

 

Assist Development Department with special events, filing, mailing preparations and other clerical duties. Assist Director of Communications with preparing photos, video, news items for the website and media. Research/file school related news stories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learning Objectives
  • Learn photo and video editing skills, specifically for web presentation Learn photo and video editing skills, specifically for web presentation
  • Learn steps for preparing for major Development/Alumni special events such as fundraisers and reunions Learn steps for preparing for major Development/Alumni special events such as fundraisers and reunions
  • Learn skills for managing public relations activities and tracking results. Learn skills for managing public relations activities and tracking results.
Skills/Experience

Communications major preferred with strong writing skills, web experience, photo-editing skills, office experience.

 

 

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-8 flexible

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Department Giant Steps
Job Title Technology Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Opportunity to participate in schoolwide database and assist with input of data and organization of media for Giant Steps.

http://giantstepsct.org/

Duties

Consecutive 2 hour minimum time commitment available, between 9 - 5 most days, per school calendar.

Learning Objectives
  • An understanding of the various media archives in the Giant Steps database and how they relate to the programs. An understanding of the various media archives in the Giant Steps database and how they relate to the programs.
  • A “big picture” view of a database and how to maximize efficiency A “big picture” view of a database and how to maximize efficiency
  • The importance of technology in special education and how it is used by our students and teachers. The importance of technology in special education and how it is used by our students and teachers.
Skills/Experience
  • Computer skills, video production
  • Creative and well organized
Other
  • Special Education, Psychology, Technology and Media Production
  • Transportation required
Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 2 minimum

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Department Giant Steps
Job Title Assistant to Special Education, Adaptive PE and Art Teachers

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Opportunity to observe and participate in programs for students age 3-21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and related neurological impairments at Giant Steps school.

http://giantstepsct.org/

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • To gain a general understanding of autism spectrum disorders and related impairments through observation of different learning styles, sensory needs and ways to understand and support students. To gain a general understanding of autism spectrum disorders and related impairments through observation of different learning styles, sensory needs and ways to understand and support students.
  • To become familiar with a variety of techniques used to communicate with nonverbal students including the use of communication devices and IPads. To become familiar with a variety of techniques used to communicate with nonverbal students including the use of communication devices and IPads.
  • To gain an increased level of comfort interacting with students with ASD and related disorders. To gain an increased level of comfort interacting with students with ASD and related disorders.
Skills/Experience
  • Promoting communication and social skills
  • Engaging and dependable
  • Good computer skills
Other
  • Special Ed, Psychology, Heath/Education
  • Transportation required
Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 2-10

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Department Giant Steps School
Job Title Assistant to Therapists

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Opportunity to observe and participate in students' therapies, including speech, occupational, physical and music therapy. Activities will include direct interaction with students as well as material and curriculum development, prep and organization. Opportunity to work with school nurse.

Duties

Consecutive 2 hour minimum time commitment available between 9 - 5 most days per school calendar.

Learning Objectives
  • Observe and develop an understanding of speech and language therapy, social skills, occupational therapy, physical therapy, daily living skills and music therapy offered at Giant Steps Observe and develop an understanding of speech and language therapy, social skills, occupational therapy, physical therapy, daily living skills and music therapy offered at Giant Steps
  • Increased ability to observe and participate in "hands on" therapy sessions under direct supervision of certified and licensed therapists and gain increased comfort level interacting with students with complex needs. Increased ability to observe and participate in "hands on" therapy sessions under direct supervision of certified and licensed therapists and gain increased comfort level interacting with students with complex needs.
  • Opportunity to provide creative input to the therapy sessions. Opportunity to provide creative input to the therapy sessions.
Skills/Experience

Enthusiasm, creativity and dependability

Computer skills

Enjoy working with children ages 3 - 21

Other

Special education, Psychology, Health/Education

Transportation needed.

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 2-10

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Department Greater Bridgeport Symphony
Job Title Research & Database Operations Assistant

Job Term Spring Only

Description

The Greater Bridgeport Symphony is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “celebrate, educate, inspire, and provide excellence in musical programming in the Greater Bridgeport community.”

The Symphony is one of the oldest fully professional orchestras in Connecticut and provides several diverse educational/musical programs to the children of Bridgeport.

http://www.gbs.org/

Duties

This student will be responsible for the following:

  • Manage the database lists of ticket buyers, subscribers, advertisers, sponsors.
  • Organize and present candidates from a new conductor search process.
  • Research and organize funding source contacts.
Learning Objectives
  • The need to manage the GBS community creates an exciting opportunity for learning. The numbers of current and prospective ticket buyers, subscribers, donors, sponsors and the related marketing and database services will allow the student to learn how to mine databases to support marketing campaigns. The need to manage the GBS community creates an exciting opportunity for learning. The numbers of current and prospective ticket buyers, subscribers, donors, sponsors and the related marketing and database services will allow the student to learn how to mine databases to support marketing campaigns.
  • Because many of our activities require budgeting and tracking of financial results from subscriber, donor and advertiser marketing campaigns; this is a wonderful opportunity to work with budgets and analysis for Board Trustee reporting. Because many of our activities require budgeting and tracking of financial results from subscriber, donor and advertiser marketing campaigns; this is a wonderful opportunity to work with budgets and analysis for Board Trustee reporting.
  • The supervisors chosen to support this work study program have extensive operations, marketing, fund-raising and communications expertise including an arsenal of fast-adapt tools and processes that will be very helpful post-work study program and graduation. Each individual has worked before with work study programs. The supervisors chosen to support this work study program have extensive operations, marketing, fund-raising and communications expertise including an arsenal of fast-adapt tools and processes that will be very helpful post-work study program and graduation. Each individual has worked before with work study programs.
Skills/Experience

Training will be provided for database specific tools. Student must be knowledgeable and able to:

  • Use Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and other database tools
  • Research on-line
  • Mine databases, prepare and present results for action and follow-up
  • Demonstrate good writing and organizational skills
Other
  • Preferred majors (not required): music, marketing, liberal arts
  • MUST have own transportation

 

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 10 - 20

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Department Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County
Job Title Volunteer Coordinator Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

 

Interview and engage with staff members in order to compile a new job description for a future volunteer member to fill.
http://blog.habitatcfc.org/
Learning Objectives
  • Students should have computer knowledge coming into the position and develop knowledge of our databases during the year. Students should also be suggesting ways to better track our volunteers’ hours and worksites.
  • Students should develop confidence in speaking and learn about the mission of Habitat and be able to convey that to others.
  • Students should communicate back to their peers at school the mission of Habitat and the importance of giving back to and building community. Also, students should understand and be able to communicate the role of Habitat for Humanity in improving the opportunities and lives of low income families in Fairfield County.
Skills/Experience

Interviewing experience, proficiency in Word and Excel. Understanding of efficient resource/job allocation in a NGO.

Other

Own transportation to office would be helpful.

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 8

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Department Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County
Job Title Development Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

You will help address the affordable housing shortage as you assist with a variety of fundraising activities such as special events, donor data management, and donor communications including website and Facebook. Depending on the student’s schedule, he/she can also assist our Youth United group ages 5 -20 with their fundraising activities and Build Days.

Duties

Creating and maintaining spreadsheets; assisting with donor communications through email, website, and written materials; prospect research through online sources.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn donor communication skills and importance of strong donor relationships.
  • Able to take ownership of a project from beginning to high quality completion with attention to detail.
  • Understand the role of Habitat for Humanity in providing opportunities for affordable home ownership to low income families in Fairfield County.
Skills/Experience Creating and maintaining spreadsheets; assisting with donor communications through email, website, and written materials; prospect research through online sources.
Other
    Need own transportation to our office off campus.
Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 4-10

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Department Institutional Research
Job Title Office Assistant - Institutional Research

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist the office in filing, editing documents, and proofreading data sheets. Assist with creating spreadsheets and research projects. Provide clerical support and collaborate with office staff with ongoing projects.             

Learning Objectives
  • Understand the work of Institutional Research and how it impacts University initiatives
  • Appreciate the importance of accurate and complete information
  • Develop survey and research skills along with Excel and Microsoft Office tools
Skills/Experience

Position requires an organized and dependable student. Must be familiar with Microsoft Excel (basic to intermediate skills).

Other

Ideal for students interested in data management, analyses, and project management


Student should have a desire to learn and build upon their skill set for current and post-graduation employment opportunities


Candidate should be accountable and pay attention to detail


 

 

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6

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Department International Programs
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Office duties.

Duties

Answering the phone. Filing. Basic office work.  

Learning Objectives
  • Students will learn communication skills & Microsoft Excel skills
  • Students will learn every aspect of Study Abroad
  • Students will learn the importance of customer service
Skills/Experience

Phone,computer, and basic office skills.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10

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Department Kirby Family Literacy Project, Head Start Early Learning Program at Action For Bridgeport Community Development (ABCD)
Job Title Teacher's Aide

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Work as a classroom aide in a Head Start preschool classroom in Bridgeport, CT with 3 & 4 year old children. You help the children gain school readiness skills to prepare them for Kindergarten by reading, playing, storytelling, art projects, etc.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Students will learn several important skills. For any Psychology, Social Science or Education major they will learn teaching skills with young children and they will learn valuable collaborative skills in a multicultural organizaion serving underprivileged families. Students will learn several important skills. For any Psychology, Social Science or Education major they will learn teaching skills with young children and they will learn valuable collaborative skills in a multicultural organizaion serving underprivileged families. Students will learn several important skills. For any Psychology, Social Science or Education major they will learn teaching skills with young children and they will learn valuable collaborative skills in a multicultural organizaion serving underprivileged families. Students will learn several important skills. For any Psychology, Social Science or Education major they will learn teaching skills with young children and they will learn valuable collaborative skills in a multicultural organizaion serving underprivileged families.
  • Students will learn about important social issues such as the inequities across socioeconomic groups, illiteracy, the achievement gap, etc. Students will learn about the Jesuit ideal of service for others.Students will learn about important social issues such as the inequities across socioeconomic groups, illiteracy, the achievement gap, etc. Students will learn about the Jesuit ideal of service for others. Students will learn about important social issues such as the inequities across socioeconomic groups, illiteracy, the achievement gap, etc. Students will learn about the Jesuit ideal of service for others.Students will learn about important social issues such as the inequities across socioeconomic groups, illiteracy, the achievement gap, etc. Students will learn about the Jesuit ideal of service for others.
  • Students must develop an attitude of responsibility towards their employment obligations. The Head Start porgram is terribly under-resourced and depends on the consistancy and maturity of the Fairfield University FWS students.Students must develop an attitude of responsibility towards their employment obligations. The Head Start porgram is terribly under-resourced and depends on the consistancy and maturity of the Fairfield University FWS students. Students must develop an attitude of responsibility towards their employment obligations. The Head Start porgram is terribly under-resourced and depends on the consistancy and maturity of the Fairfield University FWS students.Students must develop an attitude of responsibility towards their employment obligations. The Head Start porgram is terribly under-resourced and depends on the consistancy and maturity of the Fairfield University FWS students.
Skills/Experience

A love of children, patience and an interest in helping children get ready for kindergarten.

Other

Having your own transportation a plus because it adds more flexibility in scheduling, but we do provide carpools for students without cars. Especially good for those interested in psychology, sociology, education, and social justice issues. This is a semester-long, weekly commitment of time. Sites are open Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm. You can schedule anytime except 1-3 pm when the children nap.

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 2-4

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Department Lighthouse Program
Job Title Youth Counselor

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Work with teachers, PATA professionals in a classroom setting; assisting with homework help, reading with/to children, any specials, etc.

http://www.thelighthouseprogram.org

Learning Objectives
  • Develop communication skills when interacting with children and parents.
  • Enhance interest in a career in teaching or working with children.
  • Improve organizational and computer skills.
Skills/Experience

Working with children; arts/crafts, reading; patience and desire to help children.

Other

Students MUST have own transportation.

Shifts available from Monday-Friday, 3:00-5:30pm.

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 3:00-5:30pm M-F

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Department Mailroom
Job Title Mailroom Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Sort and forward mail; place student mail in mailboxes and assist mailroom employees.

Learning Objectives
  • Taking responsibility of the mailroom functions.
  • Working in a team environment.
  • Accuracy and respect of the mail.
Skills/Experience

Attention to detail; organization, time management and communication skills.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-10

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Department Math & Computer Science Department
Job Title Math Center Tutor

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Students will serve as tutors for calculus and/or statistics at the Mathematics Center (BNW 129A). Tutors will have a set schedule each week (2 hour shifts) and will meet with the students individually or in small groups. Some training will be provided.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Students will reinforce their own mathematics through peer tutoring.
  • Students will practice communicating mathematics to their peers.
  • Students will help tutees think more quantitatively.
Skills/Experience
  • Ability to communicate and explain mathematics effectively
  • Ability to work well with others

 

 

Other

Math Major or Minor preferred; must have at least a sophomore standing with at least a 3.0 overall GPA and Math GPA; Punctuality and reliability are required

Hourly Rate $8.95
Weekly Hours Requested 2 - 6

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Department Media Center
Job Title Media Center Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description
The Media Center has been recognized as a leader in Connecticut higher education, offering the latest media services and equipment. The Center supports and serves the educational needs of Fairfield University -- its faculty, administration, and students.
The Media Center staff consists of three broad groups of creative and knowledgeable media teams: the Media Production Group, which produced award-winning video and audio programs; the Media Support Group, which provides media equipment and support for classroom and special presentations; and the Academic Group which supports students in the New Media Film, Television and Radio program, which has its home in the Media Center. Work-study students might work in any or all of these three groups.
Duties

Work-Study students might work with the Production Group as a production assistant on film/video shoots on and off campus; with the Media Support Group in assisting delivery of media equipment across campus; with the Academic Group by working in our New Media equipment cage or helping New Media students in editing labs or in the studios of the Media Center.

Learning Objectives
  • To learn how a film/tv production unit functions on a daily basis. To learn how a film/tv production unit functions on a daily basis.
  • To learn how to field inquiries and requests from media clients. To learn how to field inquiries and requests from media clients.
  • To learn how to assist students, staff and faculty with media software and hardware issues. To learn how to assist students, staff and faculty with media software and hardware issues.
Skills/Experience

Some experience and comfort with media equipment--cameras, computers, television monitors, audio equipment, etc.. It would be helpful to know some media software such as Final Cut Pro, and Photoshop.

 

Other
New Media majors especially welcome!
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested varied

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Department Mercy Learning Center
Job Title Child Care Aide

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description
The Mercy Learning Center provides basic literacy and life skills to low-income, adult women in the greater Bridgeport area. Their mission is to “bring about a positive change to the problem of illiteracy using a holistic approach in a compassionate, supportive community.”
 
The Mercy Learning Center provides training to help functionally illiterate women improve skills and earning potential, creating a more hopeful future for themselves and their children.

The student will engage with toddlers by: reading to a small group and/or individual child; practicing colors, letters, shapes, etc.; playing games; comforting upset, unsettled children; assist the staff with lunch and/or nap preparation; supervise children on playground.



Duties
This student will engage with toddlers by:
  • reading to a small group and/or individual child
  • practicing colors, letters, shapes, etc.
  • playing games
  • comforting upset, unsettled children
  • assisting the staff with lunch and/or nap preparation
  • supervising children on playground.
Learning Objectives
  • Increase communication skills-- comfortable interaction with toddlers or infants (depending on age group working with) on individual and group level.
  • Increase community awareness of different cultural and educational experience.
  • Improve soft skills in working environment such as: organization, time management, job responsibility.
Skills/Experience

Must be a caring, patient individual who has a desire/interest in working with children. *Before submitting your Work-Study Student Interest Form to this supervisor, you MUST have your own transportation.

Other

MUST have your own transportation. Must interview in person.

Hourly Rate $$15.00
Weekly Hours Requested We need a student(s) daily from 9am-12pm and 2pm-5pm.

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Department Mercy Learning Center
Job Title Computer Lab Aide

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The Mercy Learning Center provides basic literacy and life skills to low-income, adult women in the greater Bridgeport area. Their mission is to “bring about a positive change to the problem of illiteracy using a holistic approach in a compassionate, supportive community.”

 

 

The Mercy Learning Center provides training to help functionally illiterate women improve skills and earning potential, creating a more hopeful future for themselves and their children.

http://www.mercylearningcenter.org/

The student will support the computer lab teacher by answering student questions and spending one-one-one time with those students who have difficulty in the lab; as well as assist teacher with correcting assignments and tests.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duties

This student will support the computer lab teacher by:

  • answering student questions
  • spending one-one-one time with students who have difficulty in the lab
  • assist teacher with correcting assignments and tests
Learning Objectives
  • Communication skills with our adult students, many who are learning English as a second language.
  • Increase community awareness of different cultural and educational experience.
  • Improve soft skills in working environment such as: organization, time management, job responsibility.
Skills/Experience

Must be a caring, patient individual who enjoys helping others learn a new skill.  

Advanced Microsoft software and internet experience preferred.

 

Other

MUST have own transportation.  Center is open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm; lab shifts are flexible.

Hourly Rate $$15.00
Weekly Hours Requested Hours are flexible. The center is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

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Department Modern Languages & Literatures
Job Title Research Assistant for French Section, Modern Languages

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assistant to French Professors

Duties

Assisting with:1) pedagogical and linguistic research for French; 2) field work in French involving other students; 3) data management and analysis.

Occasional presentations to faculty and staff and work with research data in English from other languages.

Learning Objectives
  • Assistant will expand his/her knowledge of French language & culture within a paraprofessional environment
  • Assistant will develop abilty to choose, help prepare and deliver pedagogical materials
  • Assistant will improve oral/aural abilities in French
Skills/Experience
  1. Competency and proficiency in French and English
  2. Good interpersonal and clerical skills
  3. Ease with computer use
  4. Willingness to learn database entry and analysis skills
Other
Hourly Rate $8.95
Weekly Hours Requested 6-8

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Department Office Of Conference and Event Management
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Our Office serves as a centralized resource for all conference and event related activities on campus. Office Assistants are vital to the operation of the Conference and Event Management Office.

Duties
  1. Provide administrative assistance to the staff of the office.
  2. Greet walk-in and appointment customers.
  3. Support events and onferences on campus as needed.
  4. Serve as office receptionist in the absence of professional staff.
  5. Reserve table and poster space for those wishing to advertise in the BCC.
  6. Serve as a resource for guests.
  7. Assist the transportation coordinator with the maintenance of the university fleet.
Learning Objectives
  • Learn customer service skills and event management Learn customer service skills and event management
  • Learn to initiate tasks and be responsible for project completion Learn to initiate tasks and be responsible for project completion
  • Learn management of University Van fleet Learn management of University Van fleet
Skills/Experience

The Office Assistant must demonstrate strong organizational skills and the ability to handle projects and tasks.

Other

Applicants must also possess a valid drivers license.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-10

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Department Office of Financial Aid
Job Title Financial Aid Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General office work includes: filing, answering phones, front desk assistance, office projects, department mailings, helping students and families with basic financial aid inquiries, and other duties as assigned.

Duties

Answering phones and greeting visitors

Filing and tracking student records and financial aid forms

Sort and organize incoming and outgoing mail

Learning Objectives
  • Learn to work in a fast-paced environment and multi-task
  • Learn to become detail-oriented
  • Strengthen communication skills with visitors and staff
Skills/Experience

We are seeking motivated, responsible, dependable, self-starters to work in an office that handles extremely confidential information.

Students will be responsible for multiple tasks and will be expected to perform their duties in a professional and respectful manner.

Students must be able to work well independently as well as in a group, while maintaining the privacy of all student records.

Positive attitude, strong work ethic and willingness to learn.

 

Other

 

 

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6 or more

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Department Office of Graduate Admission
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General clerical office work includes: photocopying, filing, answering phones, data entry, collating graduate information packets and process mailings.

Assist at recruiting events, deliver files to the Deans' Offices on campus, stock campus kiosks/inventory, and other projects as assigned.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of following instructions for projects/assisgnments
  • Student will learn the importance of being dependable and trustworthy in a professional setting
  • Student will learn to multi-task in an organized and efficient way
Skills/Experience

Customer service and computer skills.

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 20

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Department Office of Residence Life
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Work with the Office of Residence Life to manage the front office, filing, and to work with Area Coordinators and Assistant Directors on specific projects.

Duties
  • Answer phone calls and take down messages
  • Maintain cleanliness of front area and work spaces
  • Serve as the first point of contact for callers and visitors
  • Special projects as assigned by Area Coordinators, Assistant Directors, or Director of Residence Life.
Learning Objectives
  • An ability to listen to and understand student requests and problem-solve
  • Be professional and flexible
  • Be proactive and have a strong work ethic and the genuine desire to work in the Office of Residence Life.
Skills/Experience

An ability to listen to and understand student requests; problem-solving skills, professionalism, flexibility, task orientation, pro-activeness, strong work ethic and the genuine desire to work in the Office of Residence Life.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5 hours minimum

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Department Office of Student Diversity Programs
Job Title Student Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Filing, answering phones, on campus pick ups and deliveries, assisting in implementation of mass mailings, assist office staff with department projects, marketing programs

Learning Objectives
  • Student will be exposed to the opportunities of a career in Student Affairs.
  • Student will gain knowledge in marketing and planning programs.
  • Student will learn more about time management and job responsibility.
Skills/Experience

Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint

 

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Office of the Bursar
Job Title Bursar Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist in various office duties such as filing, preparing mailings, mailing receipts for interdepartmental deposits, and the handling of student loan checks, parking fine payments, and student payments.

Learning Objectives
  • To be able to communicate well with co-workers and students who require assistance.
  • To be able to understand that there is a responsibility of the students and their families to settle their accounts each semester.
  • To understand the importance of the job with emphasis on diligent and quality work and the confidential nature of the job.
Skills/Experience

Must be organized and have the ability to take direction.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Office of the Dean of Students
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General clerical work; includes answering phones, scheduling appointments, filing, photocopying, computer projects with Excel, and other projects as assigned.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner. Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to answer phones and greet people coming in to the office in a professional manner.
  • Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation. Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.Students will have the opportunity to develop transferable professional skills and experiences to a job after graduation.
  • Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities. Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.Students will be able to develop organization skills and the ability to prioritize office projects and responsibilities.
Skills/Experience

Students must be trustworthy and responsible (working with extremely confidential information). They must also be able to answer the phones and greet people coming into the office in a professional manner.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4-6 hours per week

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Department Office of Undergraduate Admission
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Data Entry, filing, and other general clerical duties.

Learning Objectives
  • Organizational Skills
  • Prioritizing duties and projects
  • Discretion with student data
Skills/Experience
  • Some computer knowledge
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Motivated, responsible team player
Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested minimum 5

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Department Other...
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

See duties.

Duties
  • Answer phones
  • Assist and direct visitors with general questions
  • Accept forms from students
  • Provide program materials to students and faculty
  • Light office work & other projects as assigned
Learning Objectives
  • 1. Enhance ability to form interpersonal relationships and provide customer service.
  • 2. Gain experience and knowledge about Graduate programs for themselves and their peers
  • 3. Gain experience working alongside others in an office environment
Skills/Experience
  • Basic office skills (computer, fax, copy machine, etc.)
  • Must have a courteous and professional telephone and personal manner.

 

Other


Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10 hours

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Department Physics
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General office work. Knowledge of data entry and computer applications desired, but not mandatory.

Learning Objectives
  • Student will become familiar with general office procedures
  • Student will get a sense of how to prioritize tasks
  • Student will learn how to communicate with professors
Skills/Experience

General knowledge of office work.

Other

Punctuality and reliability is requested.

Afternoon availability.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Politics
Job Title Research Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist Professor Downie with library and internet research on issues in local, national and global policy.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Gain additional experience with essential professional skills.
  • Interact with faculty and staff throughout the University.
  • Gain experience using library and online resources to search for information relevant to environmental science and policy, US and international politics and policy, and the United Nations.
Skills/Experience

None necessary.

Other

Upperclass student preferred.

Hourly Rate $8.95
Weekly Hours Requested Flexible

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Department Project Excel
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist with general office tasks.

Duties

Filing, labeling, copying, basic typing/word processing, basic data entry in Excel, on and off-campus mailing, office related errands (e.g. running paperwork to and from office for necessary signatures)

Learning Objectives
  • Gain familarity with office management Gain familarity with office management Gain familarity with office management Gain familarity with office management
  • Practice office etiquettePractice office etiquette Practice office etiquettePractice office etiquette
  • Practice meeting deadlines and the carrying out of projects and tasksPractice meeting deadlines and the carrying out of projects and tasks Practice meeting deadlines and the carrying out of projects and tasksPractice meeting deadlines and the carrying out of projects and tasks
Skills/Experience

Basic familiarity with Microsoft Word and/or Excel preferred.

Other

Prefer sophomores - seniors.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10

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Department Psychology Laboratory
Job Title Psychology Lab Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Animal care and handling, cleaning cages and lab areas, making chemical solutions, setting up behavioral experiments, maintaining chemical inventory, and assisting in drug administration.

Duties
  • Cleaning animal cages and laboratory areas
  • Help setting up behavioral research experiments
  • Assist in animal injections
  • Making chemical solutions
  • Maintaining chemical inventory
  • Available for weekend/holiday animal care

 

Learning Objectives
  • Student will gain knowledge of basic animal care and husbandry.
  • Student will learn ways to work well and professionally with others.
  • Work semi-independently on assigned tasks; acquire problem-solving skills.
Skills/Experience
  • Care and handling of laboratory animals (rats, mice, amphibians and fish).
Other

Must be interested in working with animals. We will train. The students must have a strong work ethic, pay attention to safety and detail, and must be dependable and responsible.

Hourly Rate $9.45
Weekly Hours Requested 5-10

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Department Public Relations
Job Title Media Relations Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist the Media Relations group in providing content to our news and information services using various tools. Copywriting, editing, and photo preparation.

Duties

To provide direct support to the news gathering and digital publishing efforts of the university. Provide coverage for events, activities and programs that require editorial and digital media production for news and information purposes. Take photographs, video, or write stories on events and other assignments as necessary. Special projects as assigned.

Learning Objectives
  • To become competent, strong writers with specific emphasis on writing for the web, news writing, and reporting.
  • To gain understanding of publishing tools and techniques.
  • To demonstrate responsible, professional and trustworthy conduct.
Skills/Experience

Computer proficiency; strong writing and research skills. Technical proficiency with digital cameras and comfortable with technology a plus.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Flexible

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Department Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts
Job Title Front of House/Reception Desk Staff

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Office support staff position.

Other areas available instead of or in addition to office work include: Usher at events, building supervision and parking assistant (mostly evenings and weekends).

Duties
  • Answering phone at reception desk
  • Greeting visitors
  • Opening/sorting mail
  • Stuffing/unstuffing programs for events
  • Setting up tables and chairs for events
  • Assisting senior staff with various projects
  • USHERS: Rip tickets, show patrons to seats
  • BUILDING SUPERVISION: Answering phones, greeting visitors, watching over facilitiy evenings and weekends during event preparations/rehearsals
  • PARKING ASSISTANTS: Working with Public Safety officer before events to help direct patrons to parking lots around the facility
Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment
  • Student will learn ways to work well and professionally with others Student will learn ways to work well and professionally with others
  • Student will learn to be courteous toward the public, fellow students, University members, and Quick Center staff Student will learn to be courteous toward the public, fellow students, University members, and Quick Center staff
Skills/Experience

We will train you. No special skills other than being responsible, friendly and willing to work! We will set up a schedule of several 2-3 hour shifts, Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm, that suits you best and that will continue for the semester. As Fridays have proven difficult to cover, you may be assigned to work at least a few hours that day before 5pm as part of your schedule.

You may choose to work at events, which change on a weekly basis and take place generally evenings and weekends, instead of or in addition to the office hours.

Other

We ask that you stay committed to your work-study job and show up for all your shifts! Excessive absences may result in your being asked not to return for the following semester.

The decision to have you return EACH SEMESTER is at the discretion of Quick Center staff and will be based on your job performance.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4 to 8

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Department Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts
Job Title Backstage Technical Crew

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Light stage work, cleaning/organizing, setting up and breaking down chairs, tables, and stage equipment.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Responsibility Responsibility
  • Ability to follow directions Ability to follow directions
  • Courtesy toward the public and fellow staff members Courtesy toward the public and fellow staff members
Skills/Experience

No experience necessary -- you will be trained.

Other

Looking for responsible, hard-working students. The decision to have you return each new semester is at the discretion of Quick Center staff and will be based on your job performance.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 2-3 hours twice a week (weekdays) and occasional weekend hours

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Department Religious Studies
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

This is a clerical/office support position.

Duties

The duties are photocopying, posting flyers and posters and sorting mail. Trips to the library and other easy deliveries may be needed; also, some mailing/assembling projects, light computer work and shredding.

Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn to behave appropriately in a busy office enviro
  • Student will learn to operate office machinery efficiently by the end of the first month.
  • Student will learn to manage tasks and communicate effectively with University staff.
Skills/Experience

Office experience and basic computer skills helpful, but not necessary.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Flexible

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Department School of Engineering
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Filing, sorting mail, etc.

Learning Objectives
  • Learn to support faculty and staff as they prepare for classroom/laboratory activities; be able to provide faculty and staff with hands-on assistance in the preparation of class/lab materials
  • Learn policies and procedures relating to how the School of engineering operates on a day to day basis; observe how these policies and procedures fit into the overall University community
  • Learn the value of team building and team work in School of Engineering activies; become a member of that team
Skills/Experience

Typing

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department School of Nursing
Job Title Lab Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Laboratory Assistant in Nursing Skills Lab. See below for duties and skills preferred.

Duties

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  1. Assist students while they practice skills in the lab
  2. Perform “Supervised Practice” sessions with nursing students as directed by Faculty members
  3. Restock equipment as necessary
  4. Maintain lab safety and security of lab materials
  5. Assist LRC Director with various tasks as directed
  6. Maintain neat and clean LRC atmosphere
  7. Attend periodic Lab Staff Meetings
  8. Set up and break down various equipment for labs being held
Learning Objectives
  • Develop organizational and leadership skills by the end of year one.
  • Enhance skill performance by assisting undergraduate students by end of semester.
  • Enhance time management skills by end of year one.
Skills/Experience
  • Juniors: have successfully completed sophomore year and fall semester of junior year
  • Seniors: have successfully completed sophomore and junior year.

Exhibits strong theory, clinical, and interpersonal skills. Overall grade point average no less than 3.0 (B) (an exception could be made to this requirement at the discretion of the Director of the Learning Resource Center).

Other

Junior and Senior Nursing Students who have successfully completed NS 307.

Willing to work a minimum of 4 hours per week.

 

Hourly Rate $9.45
Weekly Hours Requested 4-12

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Department School of Nursing
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Help with general office duties: filing, copying, collating. Help faculty with special projects when needed.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of being responsible in a professional environment.
  • Student will learn how to prioritize and manage time.
  • Student will learn how to work well and professionally with faculty, staff and students.
Skills/Experience

filing, copying, collating

Other

Student cannot be a nursing major.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5-6

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Department School of Nursing
Job Title Social Media Coordinator

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General development, oversight and responsibility for maintaining our SON Facebook page, twitter and linked-in accounts. The student media coordinator will foster academic partnerships with the university media department and work with faculty, staff, and administration to create and maintain these media sites consistent with the mission of the school. Candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to: Meredith Wallace Kazer, PhD, APRN, A-GNP-BC, FAAN, Dean, Fairfield University School of Nursing: mkazer@fairfield.edu

Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of being in a professional environment.
  • Student will learn how to prioritize and manage time.
  • Student will learn how to work well with faculty, staff and students.
Skills/Experience

Familiarity and experience with social media sites, Facebook, twitter and linked-in accounts

Other

Qualifications: SON undergraduate student. Eligibility for work study status. Familiarity and experience with social media sites, Facebook, twitter and linked-in

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5

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Department Sociology & Anthropology
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description
  • Faculty office support postion.
Duties
  • Photocopying, light filing 
  • BDeliver files/materials to other offices on campus
  • Opportunity to work closely with professors on individual projects
Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn the importance of being responsible/dependable in a professional environment
  • Student will learn ways to work well and professionally with others
  • Students will have opportunity to work closely with faculty members on projects
Skills/Experience
  • Dependable, responsible, courteous
Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Southwestern Area Health Education Center
Job Title Program Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Support small non-profit agency involved in a range of public health program activities (heath careers programs for high school and college students; health education for the community and for medical providers, with a focus on vaccine-preventable diseases and oral health).

Responsibilities will include program support to the Collegiate Health Service Corps, a health careers program offered at Fairfield University to students considering careers in health.
http://www.swctahec.org

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Student will become familiar with the range of issues addressed by a small, public health oriented non-profit.Student will become familiar with the range of issues addressed by a small, public health oriented non-profit. Student will become familiar with the range of issues addressed by a small, public health oriented non-profit.Student will become familiar with the range of issues addressed by a small, public health oriented non-profit.
  • Student will become adept at meeting expectations for task completion in an office environment.Student will become adept at meeting expectations for task completion in an office environment. Student will become adept at meeting expectations for task completion in an office environment.Student will become adept at meeting expectations for task completion in an office environment.
  • Student will gain flexibility in responding to several “supervisors” – i.e., agency staff who have work tasks for the student to complete. This is an excellent life skill for getting along with a variety of personality types and work styles in the “real world” workplace.Student will gain flexibility in responding to several “supervisors” – i.e., agency staff who have work tasks for the student to complete. This is an excellent life skill for getting along with a variety of personality types and work styles in the “real world” workplace. Student will gain flexibility in responding to several “supervisors” – i.e., agency staff who have work tasks for the student to complete. This is an excellent life skill for getting along with a variety of personality types and work styles in the “real world” workplace.Student will gain flexibility in responding to several “supervisors” – i.e., agency staff who have work tasks for the student to complete. This is an excellent life skill for getting along with a variety of personality types and work styles in the “real world” workplace.
Skills/Experience
  1. Office skills (answering phones, producing documents, writing, filing, copying).
  2. Microsoft office proficiency (Word, Excel; Powerpoint helpful but less critical).
  3. Internet research.
  4. Comfortable dealing with public on phone and in person; professional demeanor.
  5. Good attention to detail and to task completion. Interest in health careers is a plus, but not a requirement.
Other

Must have own means of transportation to and from work site.

Flexible hours beween 8:30am - 5:00pm; Monday - Friday

Hourly Rate $$15.00
Weekly Hours Requested Flexible between 8:30-5:00 / Mon-Fri

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Department Sports Information
Job Title Sports Information Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist with game day coverage for varsity athletics contests which may include statistics, credential distribution, and various other event management duties.  Provide assistance in sports information office through daytime office hours which will include game program preparation, historic research, and writing features or game notes. 

Learning Objectives
  • To gain the ability to write feature stories for publications and web
  • To secure experience in all facets of game/event management
  • To work with University and external communities on a continual basis
Skills/Experience

Working with people both internally and externally will be part of this position. Writing and new media experience also a plus.

Other

Working weekdays and nights will be part of the student assistant weekly schedule.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Student Health Center
Job Title Student Health Center Assistant/Driver

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assisting the staff at the Health Center with various duties (filing, posting notices on campus, driving students to appointments) on and off campus.  Student must have a valid drivers license, as they will be using a University vehicle to transport students to appointment off campus.   Must be dependable, prompt and organized.  

Dress code is  neat and casual.  Hours available are Monday through Friday        9 am until 7 pm.  Saturday and Sunday 11 am until 3 pm.

Duties
  • Driving students on campus and off campus to doctor's appointments  
  • Filing
  • Attention to detail and accuracy is very important
  • Responsible for posting and delivering posters on campus for the Health Center.

Valid driver's license is a must - you will be placed on the school insurance policy when driving the Health Center van.

Learning Objectives
  • Student will learn organizational and communication skills
  • Student will learn the importance of accountability and dependability to the department (employer)
  • Student will learn to work independently and quickly on short term projects
Skills/Experience

Confidentiality is a MUST in this position.  A confidentiality agreement will need to be signed.  

Other

Hours are set at the beginning of each semester and arranged with the Operations Assistant and the work study students.   The hours are set and consistent each week throughout the semester.  A valid driver's license is required.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 6-10

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Department Student Programs and Leadership Development
Job Title Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The Office Assistant position is regarded as a leadership and as a professional position. The conduct of the Office Assistant is expected to be professional, responsible, and courteous.

In addition, the Office Assistant must have--and continuously be prepared to acquire--knowledge of campus resources, display good communication skills, and leadership potential.

Duties

* Answer the main phone, file, copy, handle campus deliveries, work on projects with Office of New Student Programs staff, do computer work, spreadsheets, letters, etc.
* Organize filling system
* Run errands on campus.
* Distribute information to New Student Programs student staff mailboxes, photocopying, assist with processes.

Learning Objectives
  • To learn the workings of the Office of New Students Programs
  • To strengthen time management skills
  • To grow in one's attentiveness to detail
Skills/Experience

Great phone etiquette, receptionist experience, able to work with a diverse student population, good sense of campus policies and procedures, highly responsible, confident, able to multi-task, punctual.
* Good organizational and time management skills.
* Dependability, confidentiality-understand issues related to handling of sensitive documents and information.
* Attention to details and thoroughness with respect to paperwork and projects.
* Take initiative and have a positive attitude.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 8-10

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Department The Caroline House: An Educational Center for Women & Children
Job Title Assistant in Pre-School

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Help with preparing young children (ages 2-5) for kindergarten while their mothers attend job training, ESL, and Life Skills classes.

Work with children under the direction of staff members.

http://www.thecarolinehouse.org

Duties

Will be working with young children to help them with language and social skills.

Learning Objectives
  • Understand the role of a teacher/mentor for a young child. Appreciate that
  • Social justice in regard to the poor and those underserved in the community.
  • The importance of early education especially to those children that have English as a second language.
Skills/Experience

Must love to work with children; have a good sense of humor and patience.

Other

Students MUST have own transportation and have a flexible schedule.

Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 2 to 8 +

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Department The Kennedy Center
Job Title Nursing Intern

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

 

To assist with the facilitation of the health program at The Kennedy Center.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • To enhance office and computer skills.
  • To help patients with the importance of accurate medications and work with medical database (Therap).
  • To help patients keep apprised of the most current fall risk prevention plans.
Skills/Experience

Be enrolled in an accredited nursing program.

Be interested in working with people with disabilities.

Have good office skills.

Other
Hourly Rate $15.00
Weekly Hours Requested 5-20

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Department Theatre Program
Job Title Theatre Technician

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Build theatrical scenery, hang lighting instruments and perform general maintenance in scenic storage spaces in Quick Center and PepsiCo Theatre under supervision of Theatre Fairfield technical director.

Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Gain practical knowledge Gain practical knowledge Gain practical knowledge Gain practical knowledge
  • Develop leadership skillsDevelop leadership skills Develop leadership skillsDevelop leadership skills
  • Develop problem solving skillsDevelop problem solving skills Develop problem solving skillsDevelop problem solving skills
Skills/Experience

Basic knowledge of hand and power tools, common sense, organizational skills and interest in theatre technology. Experience handy but not necessary. Willing to train eager individual.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Theatre Program
Job Title Theatre Program Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

General office duties for the Theatre Program and Theatre Fairfield include:

  • typing, filing and photocopying
  • preparing mailings and mailing lists
  • hanging up and distributing posters and postcards
  • making phone calls to give out and/or request information
  • assisting faculty in preparing teaching materials
  • maintaining library in CNS 205
  • other projects as assigned.
Duties

See job description above for duties

Learning Objectives
  • Working as a team player with student interns and leaders of Theatre Fairfield
  • Building good work habits
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Skills/Experience

Previous experience working in an office is preferred but not necessary.

Good computing skills highly desired.

 

Other

VPA/theatre major or minor would be lovely but not necessary; anyone willing to work and who enjoys a lively office where you'll meet lots of people will be great.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department University Registrar
Job Title Work-Study Assistant to the Registrar

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The job includes duties such as:

  • filing, photocopying, answering phones
  • delivering materials to various departments
  • front desk (customer service)
  • scanning

 

Duties

We are looking for someone with an outgoing personality who can answer questions for students, faculty and staff in a professional and courteous manner. This FWS student will be asked to do various filing, shredding and research duties, photocopies, and also helping with some classroom needs. We will ask you, the student, to take the initiative with the counter and try to meet the needs of visitors to our office.

Learning Objectives
  • To learn about all the services that the Registrar's Office offers To learn about all the services that the Registrar's Office offers
  • Help with customer service to students Help with customer service to students
  • Learn office skills Learn office skills
Skills/Experience

We are looking for four students for the current school year.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Varies

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Department Visual & Performing Arts - Art History
Job Title Visual Resources Collection Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Come work with beautiful images! We create the images that the faculty use to teach the History of Art. Help needed in the Visual Resources Center (aka the Slide Library). We have jobs for all levels of experience.

Duties

Jobs include consolidating slides; creating digital images, working with PhotoShop, slide scanners, flatbed scanners and ARTstor.

Learning Objectives
  • To be able to scan and photoshop an image
  • To be able to search ARTstor to find specific images
  • To be able to find images and create a PowerPoint presentation using them, and labeling them properly
Skills/Experience

Good computer skills mandatory, including knowledge of PowerPoint. Knowledge of PhotoShop and/or digital photography a bonus. Knowledge or interest in Art History is also appreciated

Other

Art history majors/minors preferred, but absolutely not required.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested Max 10 hours per week

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Department Visual & Performing Arts - Studio Art
Job Title Studio Art Program Studio and Office Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The Studio Art Studio and Office Assistant will assist the Studio Manager and Studio Art faculty and professors as needed to ensure the smooth running of the Studio Art program.

Duties

• The SA Assistant will assist in the program with general maintenance, upkeep and organization of the studios, galleries and office spaces.

 • The SA Assistant will assist with general office work.

• The SA Assistant will assist professors with the preparation of their classroom space and course work.

• The SA Assistant will be responsible for opening and closing the Studio Art galleries during gallery hours.

Learning Objectives
  • To learn and understand the intricacies of how a successful University Studio Art program works
  • To learn how to establish mutually respectful working relationships with staff, faculty, and other students
  • Students will learn how to be responsible and accountable in a working environment.
Skills/Experience

It is imperative the SA Assistant be motivated and a self-starter who is prompt, eager to learn and willing to work with messy materials, including light solvents. Communication and organizational skills are needed. It would be helpful to have some computer knowledge, preferably MAC, in order to create, type or edit documents.

Other

Maturity and flexibility are important due to the changing demands of the position. 

 

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 4-5

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Department Visual and Performing Arts
Job Title VPA Program Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Support for Visual and Performing Arts Department and it's 5 programs: art history, film & television, music, studio art, theatre

Duties

Time is very flexible! Tasks are varied in keeping with running a large, complex delartment

Learning Objectives
  • Arts managementArts management Arts managementArts management
  • Assist facultyAssist faculty Assist facultyAssist faculty
  • Help manage performing groupsHelp manage performing groups Help manage performing groupsHelp manage performing groups
Skills/Experience

Knowledge of Miscrosoft Office, ability to work independently.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5 or as needed

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Department Web Communications
Job Title Web Editor Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

Assist Web Communications and the Media Relations group in web updates to our news and information services online using various tools. Copy editing, photo preparation using Photoshop, competitive market analysis using Excel, and other projects as needed.

Duties

To provide direct support to the news gathering and digital publishing efforts of the University.  Updating the Universities e-communications including newsletters and e-blasts.  If requested, provide coverage for events, activities and programs that require editorial and digital media production for news and information purposes.

Learning Objectives
  • To become competent, strong writers with specific emphasis on writing for the web, news writing and reporting.
  • To gain understanding of digital publishing tools and techniques.
  • To gain understanding of technical requirements and production process for digital publishing of interactive media.
Skills/Experience

Computer proficiency; strong editorial and research skills; interest in the web as a communications vehicle. Technical proficiency with digital cameras and comfortable with technology.  Knowledge of HTML is a plus.

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10

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Department Web Communications
Job Title Social Media Specialist

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

The Social Media Specialist will monitor the Fairfield social media community sites for Web Communications and assist in the monitoring, creation and posting of materials for public dissemination.

The role involves working with the New Media Communications Coordinator and staff to develop and promote social media publishing for the University's marketing and communication objectives.

You will act as an advocate for social media activity with programs, student groups and assigned student participants in these communities. Attendance at events may be required and good technical and writing skills are recommended.

Duties
  • Update social media sites at direction of staff
  • Add photography, video and text to sites
  • Upload media to various social sites
  • Post to blogs to promote site usage and info dissemination
  • Provide support to social community student users
  • Utilize social media, mobile and email communications in support of department directives and goals
Learning Objectives
  • Student will use industry specific tools to understand techniques of electronic marketing, such as email, social media and traditional media.
  • Student will gain understanding of electronic analysis tools in working with and analyzing results of email marketing campaigns, web site analytics and traditional media metrics.
  • Gain strength and competency in use of digial media production tools for the purpose of electronic communication.
Skills/Experience

Avid interest in social media sites such as YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Pinterest. Computer skills in the area of writing, editing and producing documents in the Office suite required; Experience with any web publishing, video and photography editing and or graphics tools desirable.

Other

Any level student who has the appropriate skillset.

Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 10-15

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Department Web Communications
Job Title Web Editor Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description Assist Web Communications in updating web pages within our content management system, copy editing, posting news items, image editing.
Duties
Learning Objectives
  • Learn how to edit websites and blogs and learn image editing in Photoshop for future job skills.
  • Learn that planned tasks for each workday can change significantly.
  • Learn to be responsible with time commitments and meeting deadlines.
Skills/Experience Interest in web development and prior experience working with HTML and Photoshop are helpful.
Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 5

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Department WVOF Radio
Job Title WVOF Assistant

Job Term Fall-Spring

Description

College radio is everyone's dream job! spend your school year working at WVOF, Fairfield University's on campus radio station.

Apply if you want to just help us around the office but we are looking for student employees that want to set the bar higher! (plus office work is boring).

Help out with our street team to spread the word about VOF, produce and program radio shows, and more fun stuff!

Duties
  • Office work
  • Cleaning and organizing
  • Promotions (Hanging flyers, social media posts)
  • Production (work on elements for music, talk and sports programming)

 

Learning Objectives
  • Student will develop and improve communication skills
  • Student will gain experience with work in a team environment
  • Student will learn about and gain experience in Broadcast technology
Skills/Experience

Technical experience is preferred, but we'll teach you whatever you don't know (and want to learn)! Our one requirement is that you are ready to work hard and have a lot of fun!

Other
Hourly Rate $8.70
Weekly Hours Requested 15

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