Student Employment Job Description
Fine Arts: Graphic Design Computer Laboratory Monitor (2 Openings: Keystone work study or Federal work study)
Job Category: Work Study
Department: Division of Fine Arts: Contact Dave Porter by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Supervisor: Dave Porter: Email email@example.com
The monitor is responsible for watching over the computer laboratories in the Graphic Design area making sure these labs are open to, available to, and used responsibly by all students approved for access to the lab. The monitor is to be in the laboratories during scheduled times to provide computer and other digital media support to students using the labs and is to perform a variety of tasks assigned by the lab monitor supervisor including:
- Confirming access privileges with students
- Assisting students with technology related problems
- Tutoring and peer-mentoring of students on the use of lab technologies
- Supporting faculty as a technical assistant as needed during class and non-class times
- Keeping the labs in repair, order and clean, reporting issues that cannot be solved
- General file maintenance on the computers
- Keeping paper loaded in printers and copiers and reporting when supplies are low
- Keeping toner loaded in printers and reporting when supplies are low
- Troubleshooting technical problems and reporting problems that cannot be solved
- Assisting IT staff with maintenance, upgrade, and other technology related issues
- Making sure the lab is not misused or abused by anyone
The four areas the monitor is responsible for include the:
- Printing, copying, and 3D Digital Prototype Printer area, room 101A
- IMac Computer Lab Studio, 101B
- PC Computer Lab Classroom, room 101C
- 2D Design Classroom, room 102
Monitors are to observe and report problems to the lab monitor supervisor or to security.
Monitors are not to get into altercations with students.
If a student is in the lab and is not supposed to be, the monitor is to ask them politely to leave and report the incident to security or the lab monitor supervisor.
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.
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: 09/15/2014