You will find many opportunities to work on and off campus at Oklahoma Christian University.

This is a complete listing of the jobs available to students on-campus. Many on-campus jobs require you to be eligible for work study. If you have not received an award letter from us or if you have received an award letter but work study is not listed, you should contact the Student Financial Services Office to find out if you can be eligible for a work study position. We will work with you to ensure the process is as smooth as possible.

Please make note of the number of Open Positions. This denotes the number of unfilled positions that are still available. Click on the contact person's name to send an email expressing your interest in the available job.

Note: WS - Workstudy Job, RS - Regular non-workstudy Job.

Academic Affairs


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Honors Program Work Study WS Mrs. Patricia M. Elmore 1 1 Honors student. Accurate typing and computer skills in Microsoft Word
and Excel programs, detailed computer data entry, filing and
miscellaneous office jobs. Recruiting phone calls to high school
students interested in the Honors program. Good communication and
public relation skills.
International Prgm WorkStud WS Eli McCoy 2 2 Assists with information dissemination, application, data
collection, data entry, generating of reports and follow-up for
students wanting to participate in study abroad programs. This
requires ability to organize material, priortize and communicate
with applicants and sponsors in a professional manner. In addition to
mail runs, filing, and making copies, the student also greets office
visitors, answers the phone, and is expected to take accurate
messages or transfer to appropriate person. Also needs to be
comfortable communicating with non-native English speakers.

Admissions


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Admissions Stu Ambassador Rg RS Miss Hailey Cobble 10 4 Responsibilities to include campus tours to university guests
and hosting special events as needed.
This position is not open to first time college students.
Admissions Stu Ambassador Ws WS Miss Hailey Cobble 2 1 Responsibilities to include campus tours to univeristy guests
and hosting special events as needed.
This position is not open to first time college students.
Summer Camp Counselor RS Miss Hailey Cobble 6 6
Admissions Work-Study WS Miss Hailey Cobble 4 4 General office such as answer the phone, reception, data entry, and
managing mailings. In addition, this position amy include working
campus special events. Office workers will be trained to do back-up
tours if needed but will not be a primary tour guide.

Advancement


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
VP Advancement Work-Study WS Ms. Hannah J. Johnson 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters, and
mailings. Must have good communication and people skills and be
willing to perform tasks for the Office of Planned Giving, Office of
the President, Office of Advancement and Office of Alumni. Hours
may include daytime, evenings, and weekends.
Student Ambassador Regular Stu RS Ms. Hannah J. Johnson 2 2 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters, and
mailings. Must have good communication and people skills and be
willing to perform tasks for the Office of Planned Giving, Office of
the President, Office of Advancement and Office of Alumni. Hours
may include daytime, evenings, and weekends.
Student Ambassador Work-Study WS Ms. Hannah J. Johnson 8 8 Communicate with alumni, friends, and donors by phone, mail, and
through virtual methods. The main job responsibility is calling
alumni and friends of the University to update contact information
and ask or thank them for donations. The team also writes thank
yous to donors, helps fold and stuff letters for mailings, and
occasionally attends events to represent OC to friends of the
University.

Alumni Relations


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Alumni Work-Study WS Ms. Hannah J. Johnson 2 2 Assist the Alumni Relations department through general office
duties and occasional event planning tasks. Must have
excellent people skills, be an effective communicator, and be
willing to work a few extra hours during Homecoming and
special events.

Art and Design


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Art/Design Work Study WS Mrs. Cheryl D. Snyder 2 2 Duties vary from office work to cleaning up the studio to helping
install a new Gallery exhibition. The Spring semester is
devoted to helping with the Senior Advertising and Interior
Design presentations as well as the end of the year banquet
for the department. Flexibility, creativity and a good attitude
are a must. Hours are during the day and occasionally
a Friday night.

Athletics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Athletics Baseball Regular Stu RS Mr. Lonny J. Cobble 1 1
Baseball Work-Study WS Mr. Lonny J. Cobble 1 1
Fitness Center Work-Study WS Mrs. Arianne E. Gillham 8 8 First Aid.CPR/AED Certification preferred. Must be friendly,
outgoing, and conscientious. Duties include completing
new membership paperwork, providing facility tours, cleaning
equipment, and ensuring its proper storage, laundry duty,
performing safety walk-throughs and answering general fitness
center questions. Willingness to work flexible hours is a must.
Fitness Center Regular Student RS Mrs. Arianne E. Gillham 3 1 First Aid/CPR/AED Certification preferred. Must be friendly,
outgoing, and conscientious. Duties include completing new membership
paperwork, providing facility tours, cleaning equipment and ensuring
its proper storage, laundry duty, performing safety walk-throughs and
answering general fitness center questions. Willingness to work
flexible hours is a must.
Intramural Regular Student RS Mr. Rick Judd 11 8 Refereeing one or more intramural sports. This includes softball,
flag-football, volleyball, basketball, and soccer. May also include
some field preparation and helping with some minor sports. Available
hours to work depend on the individual sport.
Athl Intramurals Workstudy WS Mr. Rick Judd 11 11 Refereeing one or more intramural sports. This includes softball,
flag-football, volleyball, basketball, and soccer. May also include
some field preparation and helping with minor sports. Available
hours to work depend on the individual sport.
Pool Regular Student RS Mrs. Arianne E. Gillham 6 5 Lifeguard and First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Required. Duties
include preventing injuries by minimizing or eliminating hazardous
situations or behaviors; enforcing facility rules and regulations and
educating patrons about them; recognizing and responding quickly
and effectively to all emergencies; administering First Aid and CPR
or using and AED in an emergency when needed. Willingness to
work flexible hours is a must.
Athl Regular Student RS Mr. David Scott 1 1 General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs,
office mail, and running errands. Must be available to sell
tickets at all home basketball, soccer, and softball games. Will
also do work for athletic department staff and coaches.
Sports Info Regular Student RS Mr. Kregg D. Matthews 1 1 Student assistant in the Sports Information Office. Provides real-
world experience for students interested in pursuing a career in
athletic administration or sports information. Primary
responsibilities will focus on gameday operations including
statkeeping, facility setup/breakdown, scoreboard operation,
photography, announcing and other duties as assigned. Knowledge of
statkeeping rules for soccer, basketball, baseball and softball is
essential. Other responsibilities could include feature writing,
video, graphic design, archiving and research, as proficiency allows.
Majority of hours will be spent working athletic events in the
afternoons and evenings.
Athl Sports Info Work Study WS Mr. Kregg D. Matthews 2 2 Student assistant in the Sports Information Office. Provides real-
world experience for students interested in pursuing a career in
athletic administration or sports information. Primary
responsibilities will focus on gameday operations including
statkeeping, facility setup/breakdown, scoreboard operation,
photography, announcing, and other duties as assigned. Knowledge of
statkeeping rules for soccer, basketball, baseball, and softball is
essential. Other responsibilities could include feature writing,
video, graphic design, archiving and research, as proficiency allows.
Majority of hours will be spent working athletic events in the
afternoons and evenings.
Athletics Work-Study WS Mr. David Scott 1 1 General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs,
office mail, and running errands. Must be available to sell tickets
at all home basketball, soccer, and softball games. Will also do
work for athletic department staff and coaches.

Bible


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Bible Languages Grader RS Dr. Grant E. Testut 2 2 This position will promarily be grading Hebrew for both grad and
undergrad students. Proficiency in the language is required.
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Bible Work Study
WS 1 1 Grading, data entry, good office etiquette and skills.
Confidentiality a must.
Non-freshman who is comfortable with A/V tech and available on
Sunday evenings. WIll also be available for office work during the
week.
Global Missions Regular Studen RS Mr. Ben J. Langford 1 1

Business


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
MBA Program Work-Study WS Kathy D. Milligan 1 1 Set up equipment in classrooms for the professors and put up at the
end of class, make copies of material for professors, collect
evaluations and information for student folders, help maintain student
folders, take messages, assist students, make recruiting phone calls,
mail information to prospective students.

Communication


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Communication Work-Study WS Mrs. Kathy Fuller 1 1 General secretarial help (such as answering phone, photocopying,
locking doors) and checking in/out of audio/video equipment.
Preferred work time is late afternoons (after part-time administrative
assistant leaves for the day).

Computer Science


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Computer Science Reg Student RS Mr. David B. North, Sr. 1 1 Must be proficient in C++ , Java, on Internet Apps and the OC
programming class assignments. Assists in Prog I, Prog II, OOP
or internet laboratories. May also grade programming assignments
and assist with grade posting in these labs.

School of Education


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
America Reads Work-Study WS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 2 2 Student workers will read to preschool children. Workers must be
available for at least two consecutive hours on Tuesdays and/or
Thursdays between 9:30 am and 2:30 pm. A backgound check
will be required for this position.
Educ Regular Student RS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 1 1 All student workers will be expected to perform various tasks as
needed by the facility and staff of the School of Education.
Regular duties will include general office work such as filing,
answering phones, copying materials, running errands, upkeep
of the Education Labs and performing other tasks as needed.
Basic computer skills are required and more advanced skills are
preferred. Minimally, applicants should be proficient with Microsoft
Word, and expertise in Excel and Power Point is preferable.
Most student workers will be required to leard how to operate a
variety of equipment such as Thermofax, laminator,
and bindng machine. Student workers will be trained in the use of
the equipment as needed.
Confidentiality is a must. Hours between 8:23am-5:00pm.
Education Work-Study WS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 2 2 All student workers will be expected to perform various tasks as
needed by the facilty and staff of the School of Education.
Regular duties will include general office work such as filing,
answering phones, copying materials, running errands, upkeep
of the Education Labs an performing other tasks as needed.
Basic computer skills are required and more advanced skills are
preferred. Minimally, applicants should be proficient with Microsoft
Word, and expertise in Excel and PowerPoint is preferable.
Most student workers will be required to learn how to operate a
variety of equipment such as Thermofax, laminator
and binding machine. Student workers will be trained in the use of
the equipment as needed.
Confidentiality is a must. Hours betwee 8:30am-5:00pm.

Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Ece Teaching Assistant Rs RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 1 1 Assist ECE professors with grading, lab preparation,
tutoring and other classroom and lab support.
Preference is given to students who have
excelled in the program.
ECE Regular Student RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 5 5 Assist ECE professors with grading, lab preparation,
tutoring and other classroom and lab support.
Preference is given to students who have
excelled in the program.
Eng Support Regular Student RS Mrs. Camey Johnson 1 1 Work with technician in keeping labs and computers operational.
Includes software management, soldering, and general equipment
maintenance. Requires sophomore level standing or higher in EE or CE
programs.
Engineering Office Reg Stu RS Mrs. Roseline V. Haulsey 1 1 Assist the departments in the College of Engineering & Computer
Science with office work and special projects. Requires proficiency
in MS Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint). This position requires
some filing and typing. Looking for someone who is punctual,
dependable, and has a positive attitude.
ESA Team Mentor RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 12 12 Engineering Summer Academy Mentor. Send e-mail of interest to
Jeff Bigelow in the spring. ESA is the week before Earn Your Wings.
ME Lab Regular Student RS Dr. Kevin G. Plumlee 3 3 Supporting ME labs. Requires sophomore level standing or higher
in ME Program.

Events Center


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Events Regular Student RS Miss Makiley J. Rhodes 3 3 Assists with organizing special events on campus as needed. Technical
skills needed, possible heavy lifting, dependable and punctual with a
positive attitude. Requires evening and weekend work. This is an
"As Needed" position with no guarantee of work hours.
Box office sales.
Events Work-Study WS Miss Makiley J. Rhodes 3 3 Communication skills, general receptionist duties, Microsoft Word and
Excel, filing. Organizational skills, possible heavy lifting,
punctual, dependable, positive attitude. Assists with organizing
special events on campus. Technical skills needed. Requires
evening and weekend work. Box office sales.
Student Tech-University Events RS Miss Olivia G. Bryant 6 6 Student technician for on-campus University Events.

Accounting and Finance


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
VP Finance Work-Study WS Mrs. Conchita A. Wilkerson 2 2 General office, customer service. filing, data entry, light
book-keeping, possible heavy lifting, punctual, dependable, and
a positive attitude.

Human Resources


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Human Resources Regular Stu RS Mrs. Susan R. Stanford 2 2 Good computer skills, general clerical tasks such as filing and answer
phones. Provide general assistance to the Human Resources staff
and OC employees. CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
Human Resources Work-Study Stu WS Mrs. Susan R. Stanford 1 1 SPECIAL PROJECT POSITION
Position will include: Filing and converting paper files
to digital archives. Additionally, some customer service
and general office work will be included.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
Looking for 8 to 10 hours each week with a very flexible schedule
during regular business hours of 8AM to 5PM.
SPRING 2024
We are needing someone who can specifically work Monday and Tuesday
mornings and possible fill in some other gaps.

Information Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
North Institute Intern RS Dr. Wendy M. James 3 2 Working with North Institute staff to support faculty in using
technology for teaching. Programming experience preferred. An
aptitude for working various multimedia technologies a plus (audio,
video, graphics, etc.).
***ONLY ONE POSITION AVAILABLE IN THE SUMMER***
Logistic Services Assoc SW RS Ms. Kendra N. Green 1 1 The Logistic Services Associate provides support for University
Transportation Fleet Services and Support Central Administrative
staff. The position will be responsible for overseeing the checkout
and return of University fleet vehicles and the delivery of IT
consumables to various campus offices. Responsibilities will include
reviewing and documenting vehicle conditions as they are checked
out and returned, washing and cleaning vehicles, light maintenance of
vehicles, deliveries from Support Central to vaious campus offices,
and other duties as assigned
Position Requirements
*Be 19 years of age or older with a valid driver's license and proof
of liability insurance
*Must have an excellent driving record
*Be able to work a minumum of 10 hours per week
*Be able to regularly lift boxes weighing 50lbs.
*Basic understanding of vehicle maintenance

Language and Literature


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Biochemistry Tutor Regular Stu RS Dr. Nathan A. Shank 1 1 The biochemistry tutor will support biochemistry students
with their writing assignments. The tutor will be trained and
managed by the Writing Center.
Biochemistry Tutor Work-Study WS Dr. Nathan A. Shank 1 1 The biochemistry tutor will support biochemistry students
and their writing assignments. The tutor will be trained and
managed by the Wrting Center.
Lalt Spanish Tutor RS Dr. Tina Ware 1 1 Spanish Immersion Tutor
Lang & Lit Work-Study WS Mrs. Kathy Fuller 1 1 Position - Language and Literature Office Worker
General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs, office
mail, and run errands.
LALT Writing Center Tutor RS Dr. Nathan A. Shank 4 4 Position - Writing Center Tutor**POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED**
Students must show a high level of competency with writing skills
either by high ACT scores in English or A's in freshman or sophomore
composition. At the time of application, students will need to bring
a sample of their expository writing either from a college class or a
grammar test. In addition to excellent writing and grammar skills,
the successful applicant will demonstrate good oral communication and
one-on-one skills.
Lang/Lit Writing Ctr Tut Ws WS Dr. Nathan A. Shank 1 1 Position - Writing Center Tutor (Juniors & Seniors Only)
Students must show a high level of competency with writing skills
either by high ACT scores in English or A's in freshman or sophomore
composition. At the time of application, students will need to bring
a sample of their expository writing either from a college class or a
grammar test. In addition to excellent writing and grammar skills,
the successful applicant will demonstrate good oral communication and
one-on-one skills.

Liberal Arts


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Criminal Justice Work-Study St WS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 2 2 Student workers will perform various tasks as needed by the faculty
and staff in the Criminal Justice, Psychology/Family Science and
History/Political Science Departments.
Regular office duties include greeting visitors and new students to
our office and building, making copies, filing, filling paper trays
for copier and printers, distributing mail, grading, answering the
phone, running errands on campus and possibly typing up documents or
spreadsheets. OTher tasks assigned as needed.
Confidentiality is a must. 8 hour work week. Hours between 8 am
and 5 pm and working during lunch may be required. Limited positions
available. Preference will be given to majors within the department.
Hist & Political Work Study WS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 2 2 Student workers will perform various tasks as needed by the faculty
and staff in the Criminal Justice, Psychology/Family Science, and
History/Political Science Departments.
Regular office duties include greeting visitors and new students to
our office and building, making copies, filing, filling paper trays
for copier and printers, distributing mail, grading, answering the
phone, running errands on campus and possibly typing up
documents or spreadsheets. Other tasks assigned as
needed. Confidentiality is a must. 8 hour work week. Hours
are between 8 am and 5 pm and working during lunch may be
required. Limited positions available. Preference will be given to
majors within the department.
LIART Regular Student RS Mrs. Kathy Fuller 2 2 Position filled for SP2024
Psychology Work Study WS Mrs. Celestia D. Bennett 2 2 Student workers will perform various tasks as needed by the faculty
and staff in Criminal Justice, Psychology/Family Science and
History/Political Science Departments.
Regular office duties include greeting visitors and new students to
our office and building, making copies, filing, filling paper trays
for copier and printers, distributing mail, grading, answering the
phone, running errands on campus and possibly typing up documents or
spreadsheets. Other tasks assigned as needed.
Confidentiality is a must. 8 hour work week. Hours are between 8 am
and 5 pm and working during lunch may be required. Limited positions
available. Preference will be given to majors within the department.

Library


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Library Sp Collections/Arch RS Mrs. Danielle D. Evans 1 1 Shelve and file archival materials. Must be able to work
independently, must have good organizational skills, good
handwriting and be able to lift up to 50lbs.
Knowledge of MS Excel and MS Word requires, and must be willing
to train on other software. Perform other assignments or special
projects as needed.
Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekends.
Library Work-Study WS Mrs. Danielle D. Evans 17 17 * NO POSITIONS SPRING 2024 *
Manage circulation desk, shelve and file library
materials. Must be able to work independently, be punctual,
willing to learn new software and willing to perform other
assignments or special projects as needed. Good communication
and public relation skills are necessary. Soft lifting required.
Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekends.

Mac Laboratory


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Music, Art, Comm Rg Student RS Mr. Jacob T. Touchstone 1 1 The student will be responsible for overseeing the Art & Design
computerlab. Duties include setting up, picking up, and checking
in classroom items for classes. The student will assist other
students on an as-needed basis. Various job duties on an as-needed
basis. Most importantly, students must be well-equipped to
troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve issues within out content
creation software packages. The software includes but not limited
to Unreal Engine, Unity 3D, Blender, Adobe Creative Suite, Substance
Painter, Substance Designer, ZBrush, and Maya.
Music Art and Comm Work Study WS Mr. Jacob T. Touchstone 1 1 The student will be responsible for overseeing the Art & Design
computer lab. Duties ma include setting up, picking up, and checing
in classroom items for classes. The student will assist other
students on an as-needed basis. Various job duties on an as-needed
basis. Most importantly, students must be well-equipped to
troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve issues within out content
creation software packages. The software includes but is not limited
to Unreal Engine, Unity 3D, Blender, Adobe Creative Suite, Substance
Painter, Substance Designer, Zbrush, and Maya.

Mailroom


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Mail Room Work-Study WS Mrs. Teresa A. Tarrant 8 7 Very fast-paced office needs a quick learner with good communication
and public relations skills, a good driving record (current) and
background check, with good computer skills (Google Docs is a
plus), be able to make correct currency change, be dependable,
trustworthy and punctual, work independently with good
organizational skills, use hands extensively for fine-minute
sortation, be able to stand, sit, and walk for an extensive period of
time, and be able to lift up to 70 pound packages.
Job duties are campus mail sortation, distribution and delivery with
accuracy; rate and process outgoing mail with accuracy (learn and
apply postal regulations) on Postalia; maintain confidentiality and
sanctity of mail; retail counter service; drive mail cart; and general
office work, phones, data entry, and other duties as needed.

Mechanical Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Lab & Class ME RS Dr. Kevin G. Plumlee 7 4 Assist professors in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in labs
and grading. Requires sophomore level standing or higher in the ME
program. Machine shop assist; experience required.

Marketing


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Marketing Design Intern Rgst RS Mrs. Leanne B. Toth 1 1 Position - Graphic design intern
Works with the Director of Marketing to further the branding of the
university in developing print materials, web designs, and other
graphics. Must be familiar with Mac OS X and Adobe Creative Suite
software (ie. Photoshop).
Must present portfolio for consideration.

Music


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Music Work Study WS Mrs. Cheryl D. Snyder 2 2 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, general office tasks.
Music knowledge is not a must but beneficial.

Physics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Physics Regular Student RS Dr. Christopher Austin 1 1 Position - Grader for physics department
Student will assist in grading physics I homework. Must have already
taken physics I and II.

Position - General Physical Science assistant
Student will assist in preparing materials for the general physical
science course. Science major required.

Physical Plant


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Physical Plant Work-Study WS Mr. John M. Domina 9 9 Position - Carpentry worker
Painting, drywall, move furniture, remodel projects, etc. Skills
should include good eye-hand coordination, carpentry skills, and
previous exp. with hand tools. Must work in at least 2 hour increment

Student Success


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Career Services Work-Study WS Mrs. Charlotte D. Hamil 1 1 General office work such as answering phones, front desk reception,
software duties in Handshake, and social media assistance.
Must have good communication and people skills
and be willing to perform tasks for events hosted by Career Services.
Student Success Stu Worker RS Mrs. Hannah L. Leftwich 10 7 ** Confidentiality is a must in all positions! **

Position 1: Tutor
Provides academic support for students in specific classes;
Must have completed OC courses with a B or higher to apply;
Recommendation from an OC professor;
Tutor training and FERPA training is required.

Position 2: Reception Desk
General office work such as reception, data entry, and appt check-in;
Must have good communication and people skills
and be willing to perform tasks for the Office of Student Success.

Position 3: Mentor
Mentors provide support for the Ascend Scholars Program.
Attend COMM 1102 once weekly & meet one-on-one with Ascend Scholars.
Mentor training and FERPA training is required.

Position 4: Testing Center Assistant
Provides proctor support for the Testing Center Coordinator.
Student Success Ws WS Mrs. Hannah L. Leftwich 5 5 ** Confidentiality is a must in all positions! **

Position 1: Tutor
Provides academic support for students in specific classes;
Must have completed OC courses with a B or higher to apply;
Recommendation from an OC professor;
Tutor training and FERPA training is required.

Position 2: Reception Desk
General office work such as reception, data entry, and appt check-in;
Must have good communication and people skills
and be willing to perform tasks for the Office of Student Success.

Position 3: Mentor
Mentors provide support for the Ascend Scholars Program.
Attend COMM 1102 once weekly & meet one-on-one with Ascend Scholars.
Mentor training and FERPA training is required.

Position 4: Testing Center Assistant
Provides proctor support for the Testing Center Coordinator.

Student Life


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Student Dev Receptionist Ws WS Mr. John M. Ortiz 45 44 Qualifications:
* Full-time OC student
* Qualify for full-amount work study
* Complete the FERPA-student tutorial training video through MyOC
* Complete paperwork for the Payroll Office (W-4, I-9, direct deposit)
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Basic Requirements:
* Maintain safety and security of all students, property, and area;
monitor key boxes; and manage equipment
* Maintain a clean environment
* Attend fall and spring workshops: as well as all staff in-service me
* Provide customer service and assistance to students and guests
* Will screen and register all visitors entering the residential areas
as well as monitoring for curfew
* Dependable and punctual, ability to keep accurate records
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To apply, email john.ortiz@oc.edu