The positions listed below are available for students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study as part of their financial aid award. Please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office at 413-552-2150 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding your eligibility for Federal Work-Study.
The positions listed are currently open on campus. New positions will be posted as they become available.
Title: Lab Assistant
Supervisor: Mark Normantowicz
Office: Frost 131 Contact: 413-552-2560
Job Description: The position is to provide assistance to the Electronics technician. Employee is responsible for the laboratory equipment, supplies, and organization.
Requirements: Student employee should have a basic knowledge of electronic components and equipment.
Title: Technology Support Consultant
Supervisor: Karin Moyano Camihort
Office: Marieb 231
Job Description: The Technology Support Consultant will help fellow HCC students with technology questions as well as provide technical and customer support in person and online. Types of support include Moodle, email/online services accounts, and instructional technology software packages (MS Office). Also, student worker has to update case information in tracking systems and escalate issues to full-time staff as necessary (CAPs, Tutors, and/or Help Desk). Student has to attend bi-weekly student-employee meetings and other trainings as assigned. Other projects or job duties may be assigned.
Requirements: Excellent written, verbal communication, and good customer skills are required. Ability to listen and communicate effectively as well as demonstrated aptitude and interest in learning about technology is a must. Ability to research technical solutions is also a must. Previous experience in a teaching, tutoring, or customer service role is preferred, but not required –training is provided. Applicant must have a basic knowledge of computer applications.
Title: Sustainability Program Assistant
Supervisor: Kate Maiolatesi
Office: Marieb 235
Job Description: Position involves providing administrative support to faculty and staff including: copying, filing, faxing, creating/organizing documents, creation of marketing materials for programs, and creating bulletin boards and public displays. Assisting in collecting and analyzing data related to the program, setting up labs, and helping with the campus garden.
Requirements: Interest in environmental sustainability is a must. Gardening experience would be great, but not necessary. Some computer skills as well as electronic filing experience are desired.
Title: Office Assistant
Supervisor: Maria Vargas
Office: KC 215
Job Description: General office duties: Getting packages ready for instructors, arrange necessary A/V equipment, open the classrooms. Assist in completing paperwork, pick up & distribute mail. Check enrollment status daily and call students when class is cancelled. Data entry, and assist staff with other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Confidentiality. Dependability and good attendance are required. Ability to interact well with staff and customers is essential. Good phone and personal manners are a plus.