Starting date is as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed immediately and the position will be open until filled.
Shift: Every Monday for four (4) hours.
Starting wage is $13.50 per hour
Must be dependable, have excellent communication skills and basic computer skills.
Must provide positive customer-oriented attitude and professional image. Valid driver’s license is required for this position.
Work authorization and/or visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
- Ability to communicate with other students
- Basic office skills: filing, sorting, operation of office equipment, scan, and fax items, etc.
- Distribute/sort/retrieve mail and packages
- Electronically organize invoices
- Operation of metering machine
- The ability to work independently, identifying resources and make independent decisions.
- Follow all policies and procedures
- General familiarity with the college programs and services, along with the campus.
- Maintain order and cleanliness of mailroom
REGULATIONS ON WORK STUDY JOBS Students are not permitted to work in FWS positions during scheduled class times. Exceptions are permitted if an individual class is cancelled, if the instructor has excused the student from attending for a particular day, and if the student is receiving credit for employment in an internship, externship, or community work study experience. Any such exemptions must be documented.
Applications will be reviewed immediately and the positions will be open until filled.
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