Student Employment Job Description
Fine Arts: Gardner Hall Computer Laboratory Monitor: 1 Federal work study or Keystone work study)
Job Category: Work Study
Department: Division of Fine Art: Contact Sally Tosti by email at email@example.com
Contact Supervisor: Sally Tosti
- The monitor is responsible for watching over the computer laboratory in Gardner Hall making sure the lab is used responsibly by all students.
- The monitor is be in the laboratory during scheduled times to provide computer and other digital media support to students using the lab. Monitors also perform a variety of tasks assigned by the lab monitor supervisor including:
-Confirming access privileges with students
-Keeping the labs in order and clean
-General file maintenance on the computers
-Loading paper in copier
-Loading ink cartridges in printers
-Troubleshooting technical problems,
-Assisting IT staff with maintenance issues
-Making sure the lab is not misused or abused
- The areas the monitor is responsible for include the:
-Printing and copying area
-PC Computer Lab Classroom
Students may not work more than 10 hours per week or less than 3 hours per week.
Once a schedule has been agreed upon, it is the responsibility of the student employee to:
- Arrive at work on time, ready to perform position-related activities.
- Notify supervisor in a timely manner if the he or she is unable to arrive at work on time.
- Be considerate and reliable. Student workers represent Keystone College and must maintain the same standards expected of all faculty and staff.
- Dress appropriately. In positions requiring regular contact with the public, attire conveys a degree of professionalism.
- Perform work to the best of her/his ability and act in the best interests of the College.
- Refrain from all personal activities, such as reading, phone calls, social networking, or class work or club activities during hours of employment; and refrain from using office equipment for personal reasons.
Monitors would ideally have had electronic media and be comfortable with Photoshop. Preferred working time-blocks are when classes are not in session and when the lab monitor supervisor is not in his/her office. Evenings and weekends are preferred.
Application Deadline: 09/14/2014