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3/4/158………….Conference Assistant (CA) Summer 2015

Conference Assistants work with each Camp/Conference staying in one of UTC Housing complexes.

Tasks include: room preparation, check in’s and check out’s, office hours and other related tasks. They respond to lockouts, emergency situations, and policy violations. They also monitor residence hall complex conditions and fill out maintenance and custodial work orders when necessary. CA’s are not permitted to have other summer employment or take classes.

Compensation: free room on-campus for the summer and a $1,500 stipend      

For employment information, please contact  JT Taylor, Conference Operations Manager at  Jermaine-Taylor@utc.edu  or 423-425-1033

 

 

3/3/15…………..  VETERAN WORK-STUDY POSITION: UTC RECORDS OFFICE, OFFICE OF VETERAN AFFAIRS 

JOB DESCRIPTION: The VA work-study position will consist of assisting the Veteran Affairs School Certifying Official with performing office functions specifically related to the VA enrollment process and the maintenance of VA student records. 

As a VA work-study recipient, the VA contracts directly with you to provide service to veterans, reservists, and dependents at a VA approved work site. 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE ?  

  • The VA work-study allowance is available to persons training under the following programs:  
  • Post-9/11 GI Bill--(38 U.S.C. Chapter 33)
  • Montgomery GI Bill--Active Duty (38 U.S.C. Chapter 30)
  • REAP Participants
  • Montgomery GI Bill--Selected Reserve (10 U.S.C. Chapter 1606)
  • Post-Vietnam Era Veterans' Educational Assistance Program (38 U.S.C. Chapter 32)
  • Dependents' Educational Assistance Program (38 U.S.C. Chapter 35)
  • Eligible dependents under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 35 may use work study only while training in a State.
  • National Call to Service Participants
  • Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program -- (38 U.S.C. Chapter 31)
  • VA will select students for the work-study program based on different factors.
  • If you're a full-time or 3/4-time student in a college degree program, or a vocational or professional program, you can "earn while you learn" with a VA work-study allowance.  

QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED 

  • Proficient with MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills 

JOB DUTIES 

  • Maintain coverage in the Records Office, Office of Veteran Affairs to assist students as they come in to the office for questions, receive or turn in VA documentation.
  • Direct students to the appropriate office to assist them further with their needs on campus as a student.
  • Assisting new students by providing information regarding to the benefits and documents required to begin using their VA educational benefits.
  • Assist new students with completing their application for educational benefits online.
  • Provide required documentation to students to complete for their file.
  • Monitor student’s records.
  • Assist with review and monitoring files verifying student’s enrollment each term.
  • File all documents after they are complete.
  • Shred documents no longer required to maintain in the office.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating the Office of Veteran Affairs web page.
  • Assist with mass mailings to VA students.
  • Ensure filing materials are maintained and organized. 

HOURLY WAGE: equal to the Federal minimum wage or your State minimum wage, whichever is greater. 

HOW TO APPLY: Please contact the Coordinator of Veteran and Military Student Services, Squoia Holmes at Squoia-Holmes@utc.edu for information on how to apply

 

 

3/2/15………..Summer 2015 Peer Tutors

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs peer tutors for summer 2015 for subjects including, but not limited to, organic chemistry and physics. Applicants must be current UTC upperclassmen, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and received an A or B in the subjects to be tutored.

Pay: $7.50/hour for up to 15 hours per week.

To apply: Please pick up an application in our office located in the UTC Library, room 335, or E-mail Julie-Amerson@utc.edu

 

 

3/2/15………….Fall 2015 Peer Tutors

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs peer tutors for summer 2015 for subjects including, but not limited to, biology, chemistry, engineering, math, and physics. Applicants must be current UTC upperclassmen, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and received an A or B in the subjects to be tutored.

Pay: $7.50/hour for up to 15 hours per week.

To apply: Please pick up an application in our office located in the UTC Library, room 335, or E-mail Julie-Amerson@utc.edu

 

 

2/23/15…….Maclellan Gym is Hiring Customer Service Representatives!

Campus Recreation is looking for 2 or 3 hard-working, motivated students to join our team working as Customer Service Representatives at Maclellan Gym. All majors are welcomed.

Employees provide customer service during daily operating hours, as well as during events such as UTC Wrestling matches and UTC Volleyball matches, and Intramural Sports. There are also various UTC Departments and Community Groups who host events in Maclellan that employees have the opportunity to work.

To be considered, ALL applicants must be a currently enrolled student and have the ability to work three consecutive semesters, INCLUDING Summer Semester 2015.

The start date would be Monday, March 16th.

Come by Maclellan Gym or the Campus Recreation Office to complete an application. We will be accepting applications until Monday, March 2nd.

Email Gregory-Reinhardt@utc.edu with any questions!

 

 

2/19/15…………..Moc Squad Hydration Crew

Job Description

Prevention of injuries, including heat illness, is a major concern of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Sports Medicine department. In order to insure that the football team has adequate water and Powerade available to rehydrate during practices and games, the department is looking to employ 3 new "hydration specialists" beginning in the Spring 2015 semester.

We are seeking motivated, professional, dependable individuals with a strong work ethic to fill these positions. They will be filled by early February in preparation for off-season spring football practices and will require a flexible afternoon class schedule.

Anticipated start date is March 20th 2015. The spring football practice season consists of 14 practices and an annual spring game in a 30 day period, likely ending in early April.

These individuals will arrive 60-90 minutes before practice to set up the field with various hydration/sports medicine equipment. During practice, each member of the Moc Squad remains with a position coach and his players, and is responsible for the hydration of those players.

At the conclusion of practice the hydration crew will be responsible for the break down and proper storage of said equipment. Each practice consists of roughly 3-4 hours of time dedication.

If completion of the spring season is satisfactory and in compliance with the standards set forth, there is the strong potential to be invited back to rejoin the staff for the much anticipated 2015 fall season and beyond.

Compensation includes a partial tuition scholarship for the spring semester and UTC athletic gear. If members are invited to return for the fall season, the scholarship will be renewed.

Members of the Moc Squad will become a vital part of the UTC Sports Medicine team and will effectively assist the certified athletic training staff in fulfilling its mission to provide the best, most comprehensive healthcare possible to UTC student-athletes.

Only professional behavior will be tolerated and appropriate action will be taken if this code of behavior is broken. It is important to note that a “hydration specialist” is not a work study position and will require dedication to specific tasks for the entirety of a daily shift. The job requires the ability to lift objects of up to 50 pounds in weight individually or in tandem.

If you are a current UTC student interested in becoming a part of the UTC Moc Squad Hydration Crew, please email your current resume and a short letter explaining why this position interest you to BEFORE MARCH 13, 2015:  Zach McGinty, M.Ed., ATC, CES, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Football at zachary-mcginty@utc.edu                                                

                                                               

 

2/18/15………..FALL 2015 Supplemental Instruction Leaders

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs to hire SI Leaders in Biology 2060 and 2080 and Chemistry 1110 and 1120 for fall 2015. SI Leaders are students who have previously done well in the course. These students attend the class lectures, take notes, and facilitate peer group study sessions.

Who can apply:  Biology and Chemistry majors and/or students with A or B grades in these courses   

Pay:  $8.50/hour for 10 hours a week

To apply: Email Mary-Roland@utc.edu for an application

 

 

2/6/14............ Spring SEMESTER 2015 CONTENT TUTORS

The Office of Student-Athlete Academic Support needs tutors for Spring 2015 for subjects including but not limited to: Upper Level Math and Calculus, Management, Economics, Philosophy.

Undergraduate and Graduate students with strong academic histories and at least a Junior standing should apply.  Pay: $9 - $11/hour for 10-15 hours a week based on qualifications. Includes individual and group tutoring.

Email your résumé and interest to Aaron-Davis01@utc.edu

 

 

1/12/2015........IT Student Employment

The UTC IT department is currently accepting applications for two different positions.

Solutions Center: Responsible for providing tier 1 (email, phone, and remote) support for students, faculty, and staff as well as tier 2 (hardware, software, and virus) support for students. The Solutions Center expects student employees to exhibit exceptional customer service and problem solving abilities. Student employees will be trained to troubleshoot advanced technical issues and provide support for University-specific requests.

Field Support: The Field Support Team under Information Technology assists in maintaining faculty, staff, and lab computers. We work  in a fast-paced environment that is constantly changing. Prior experience is helpful, but not necessary.  Student will be trained in basic troubleshooting and PC repair. The ideal student should be very organized and able to work with a team as well as independently.  We are putting in place processes that will automate PC maintenance so we will be relying on students to help make that possible. 

Find more details and applications here: http://www.utc.edu/information-technology/employment.php

 

 

12/3/14……….Spring 2015 Peer Tutors

Spring 2015 Student Support Services is now accepting applications for the following positions:

Peer Tutors: provide individual and group tutoring services to college students in a variety of MATH, SCIENCE, and BUSINESS courses.   Must be current UTC students with a minimum of 60 credit hours, have a GPA of 3.0 or better, and grades of A or B in courses to be tutored.  Tutors must also be good communicators, reliable, responsible, and be able to make a semester commitment to the SSS peer tutoring program.  15 hours per week maximum.  Pay is 8.50/hr.

To apply, please pick up an application in the Student Support Services office, Frist Hall, Room 222. For additional questions, please contact melissa-laseter@utc.edu.

 

 

10/20/14............Spring Semester 2015 Supplemental Instruction Leaders Needed

The Center for Advisement and Student Success needs to hire SI Leaders in Biology and Chemistry for spring 2015. SI Leaders are students who have previously done well in the course. These students attend the class lectures, take notes, and facilitate peer study sessions.

Who can apply:  Biology and Chemistry majors and/or students with A or B grades in these courses   

Pay:  $8.50/hour for 10 hours a week

To apply: Email Mary-Roland@utc.edu for an application

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