Student Work Opportunities
ON CAMPUS WORK OPPORTUNITIES
Student Assistant Needed
Perform routine clerical duties such as filing, word processing, photocopying and answering the telephone.
Use BobcatBUY and/or Concur to pay invoices, process travel and order supplies.
Maintain confidentiality when dealing with all personnel and business information.
Maintain a positive, professional attitude at all times and work well with other departments.
Perform data entry on various types of Excel documents.
Run errands as requested.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must be a current undergraduate student that is enrolled at least part-time (6 credit hours) and is in good standing at Ohio University Southern with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Testing will be performed.
Must be able to perform duties independently with minimal supervision.
Must be customer service oriented.
Must be able to commit 20 hours per week during the school year.
Information Technology Department
Duties and responsibilities
- Troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of common computer, telephone, and printer issues
- Replacement of some components, such as printer toner, imaging drums, and various cables
- Updating and replacing outdated versions of software to meet security requirements
- Deploying task sequences and software packages or applications using imaging programs
Classroom and lab technical support, including:
- Troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of common login issues for network accounts
- Proper connection techniques for DVI, HDMI, RCA, RS-232, and VGA connections for instructor stations
- Repair of audio and visual errors pertaining to AV switches and splitters
- Troubleshooting and repairing Bluetooth synchronization issues with Eno boards and pens
- On-demand installation and configuration of software applications when required by instructors
Additional Information Technology (IT) duties, including:
- Configuration and deployment of task sequences and application packages using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
- Modifying and maintaining various different inventory applications when moving or replacing equipment and consumables such as printer toner, imaging drums, xerographic units, fusers, and waste containers
- Installation and configuration of various e-mail clients on different operating systems and software platforms for desktop computers, laptops, Android, and iOS devices
- Demonstration of proper backup and restoration practices when dealing with electronic data in secure and encrypted environments
- Using and understanding the necessary tasks involved in profile management, domain environments, user access privileges, and access assignment for local profiles
- Custom configuration of several software applications to meet university standards, including but not limited to Compass ESL, Norton Ghost, SCCM Clients, Kurzweil, Read & Write Gold, MakerBot, PGP Desktop, SPSS, AutoDesk, Sophos, and Classroom Performance Systems (CPS)
- Microsoft Operating Systems, including Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and Server 2012 R2
- Mac OS X, including 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, and 10.11
- Microsoft System Software Configuration Management task sequences, application packages, and deployment or a similar imaging application
- Microsoft Active Directory and Administrative Tools, such as component services, computer management, group policy management, local security policy, and services
- Local and network accounts, the characteristics of each of those types of accounts, and the management of access privileges for individual users as well as groups
- Microsoft and Mac OS X driver installation and configuration for various devices, as well as demonstrated knowledge in conflicts with PCL5, PCL6, PS, and Open Print drivers
- Working outdoors, especially when dealing with the Ohio University Horse Park
- Working in ceilings, basements, and other confined spaces that require safety precautions
- Working with and around electrical components that require safety precautions
- Working on ladders for extended periods of time while performing specific tasks
OULN Distance Learning
The Office of Student Services
Ohio University Southern Ambassadors are student leaders. Ambassadors are responsible for welcoming prospective students and guests to OUS as well as providing quality customer service to current students seeking assistance. Ambassadors promote school spirit and a positive image of OUS through campus tours, recruitment events, and through communication with prospective students by phone, e-mail, and in-person.
Work as a student leader in promoting Ohio University Southern and providing accurate information to potential new students and family members.
Assist in the coordination of various outreach activities including, but not limited to, open houses, workshops, resource fair, campus days, and welcome week.
Visit local high schools for recruitment events.
Represent the university at various community outreach functions and events.
Communicate with prospective students via phone and email.
Conduct timely and effective follow up with all prospective students.
Schedule and provide group and individual campus tours to university guests.
Assist students in admissions process.
Assist with New Student Orientation.
Assist with various on-campus events.
Responsible for maintaining knowledge of admissions deadlines and requirements.
Work productively and cooperatively with all members of the university community.
Attend and participate in all required trainings as assigned.
Work in the front office/lobby area as needed.
Assist with general office work as needed.
Perform any additional duties as assigned by the Office of Student Services Staff.
Good communication skills (oral and written)
OFF CAMPUS WORK OPPORTUNITIES
There are no off campus listings at this time.