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Current Open Positions

Walk in hours on Thursday, April 24th are cancelled

 Last Updated: April 23, 2014

Information on work study positions is posted daily (typically early in the morning).** If you are interested in arranging an interview or discussing other aspects of the program, please come to the Human Resources Office during our walk-in hours.  Positions open and close throughout the semester, so please be sure to check here frequently. 

Students will be referred for interviews on a first come first served basis.  Positions may close during the course of the day.
AVAILABLE SUMMER 2014 WORK STUDY POSITIONS WILL BE POSTED APRIL 25th
The first day of walk-ins for Summer interviews will be April 28th. 

Available Positions 

Position Title: Library Security Aide - Temporary (April 28 - May 6)

Department: Library

Rate of Pay: $7.25/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is Required

Description: To assist with building security during finals. Requires working late evenings. 11 hours per week. Must be available to work between 7 or 8 PM to 12 or 1 AM.

How to Apply: Come to the HR office during walk-in hours.


Position: Student Information Technology Auditor

Department: Internal Audit

Pay: $12.00/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is NOT Required

Description:
The Office of Internal Audit is seeking upperclassmen in the Information Systems Management major to apply for a Student Information Technology Auditor position, which will be approximately 30 hours per week during the Summer and/or 15-20 hours per week during the Academic Year. Fundamental knowledge of IT and Networking; and Fundamental Knowledge of IT Security and COBIT. Fundamental knowledge of Computer Aided Auditing Techniques is preferred, but not required. Summer position begins in May, Academic Year position begins in late August or early September.

The Student Auditor will be assigned to an Internal Audit Manager or Director and will work on various audits and projects that are part of the normal and daily activities of the University's Internal Audit department. The Student Auditor will be exposed to the some or all of the following:

1. COSO ERM Framework
2. COBIT Framework
3. Computer Aided Auditing Techniques
4. Financial Auditing (Internal and External)
5. Information Technology Auditing
6. Operational Auditing
7. Internal Control Auditing
8. The Professional Practices Requirements of the Institute of Internal Auditors
9. Governance, Risk and Compliance Frameworks and Methodologies
10. Frameworks for Internal Control Environments
11. Professional Ethics Requirements and Practices
During the normal school year, Student Auditors will be given the opportunity to earn academic credit through Internships and will also be compensated for time worked. During the summer months, students will only be compensated for time worked and no academic credits will be available. The number of academic credits that can be earned and the criteria for awarding academic credit will be determined by Dean of the School of Business. Students will compete for positions and continued participation from one time frame to the next (Summer, Fall, Spring) will be dependent on the Student's performance.

How to Apply: All interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to Gordon Greenawalt at greenawaltg@duq.edu.


Position Title: Student Clerical/Office Assistant

Department: Small Business Development Center

Hours: 20 hours per week

Requirements: Work Study Award is NOT Required

Description: The clerical work includes the skilled operation of a PC and applicable computer software. This position serves as the first point of contact by the public with the Small Business Development Center.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Receiving clients and providing them with the essentials prior to meeting (beverage, coat removal, etc.);
  • Responsible for office communication, including answering telephone, taking and forwarding voice mail requests, logging request for service (641) and seminar registrations, distributing and forwarding general SBDC email requests to appropriate staff, etc.;
  • Opening, sorting and distributing mail for SBDC staff;
  • Communication with other University departments as needed;
  • Assist consulting and training staffs with data entry and standard correspondence (i.e. engagement letters, closing letters, confirmation letters to speakers and seminar attendees);
  • Participate in filing, monthly form updating, copying, errand running on and off campus, seminar mailings, monthly reports and other projects as requested;
     Other duties as assigned.

SKILLS:

  • Computer proficiency, specifically Word and Windows software; Web Design and Social Media expertise helpful.
  • Excellent written and oral skills, including an excellent knowledge of business English, spelling, and arithmetic;
  • Ability to work independently on responsible and confidential assignments;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, University personnel, and SBDC visitors.

How to Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to Dr. Mary McKinney at mckinney@duq.edu.


Position: Student Aide -  SUMMER/FALL 2014 POSITION (May 12 - June 22 with possible extension to next academic year)

Department: Instruction and Leadership in Education

Requirements: Work Study Award is Preferred but not Required

Description: The student aide will work to support the efforts of the Department of Instruction and Leadership. The nature of this position is both programmatic (supporting programs within the Department of Instruction and Leadership) and must have some technological knowledge and understanding.

Specific duties include:
• Clerical duties (typing, filing, errands)
• Technical knowledge of MacBooks, iPads, laptops, computers, cameras, etc.
• Network knowledge
• Able to work independently, with some supervision
• Able to follow directions closely
• Able to download new and upgrade software as needed
• Capable of trouble-shooting routine problems, technological and other.
• Oversee routine maintenance of IT Computer Lab.
• Assist with equipment (laptops, cameras, iPads, etc.) loaner program
• Assist with tracking inventory of all equipment
• Create and display bulletin boards in the IT boards in the Canevin and the IT area in Fisher Hall

How to Apply: Candidates should send letter of interest, resume and one letter of recommendation to Chelsea Borcherding at borcherdingc@duq.edu.PLEASE USE "EDUCATION SUMMER STUDENT AIDE" AS THE SUBJECT OF YOUR APPLICATION E-MAIL.


Position: Student Aide - SUMMER POSITION (May 8- June 30)

Department: Instruction and Leadership in Education

Requirements: Work Study Award is Preferred but not Required

Description: The student aide will work to support the efforts of the Department of Instruction and Leadership. The nature of this position is both programmatic (supporting programs within the Department of Instruction and Leadership) and must have some technological knowledge and understanding.

Specific duties include:
• Clerical duties (typing, filing, errands)
• Technical knowledge of Kindles, iPads, computers, cameras, etc.
• Work possible Saturdays during the Fall and Spring Semester.
• Able to work independently, with some supervision
• Able to follow directions closely
• Oversee organization of the testing room
• Assist with equipment (Kindles) loaner program
• Assist with sorting department mail
• Assist program directors in tasks when needed
• Help support the Reading Clinic

How to Apply: Candidates should send letter of interest, resume and one letter of recommendation to Chelsea Borcherding at borcherdingc@duq.edu.PLEASE USE "ILE SUMMER STUDENT AIDE" AS THE SUBJECT OF YOUR APPLICATION E-MAIL.


Position: University Advancement Intern (THIS POSITION WILL BEGIN IN THE FALL OF 2014)

Department: University Advancement

Rate of pay: $11.00 per hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is NOT Required

A Full- time upperclassmen in the School of Business, College of Liberal Arts, School of Education, or other related major. This position will be available for a starting date of the spring 2014 semester. Computer proficiency as well as excellent verbal and written skills required. Professionalism, discretion, integrity, and ethical conduct are expected.

Hours: 12 hours per work week.

Description:

The Division of University Advancement is seeking an upperclassman from the School of Business, College of Liberal Arts, School of Education, or any other related major for a University Advancement intern position. This incumbent will develop a comprehensive understanding of the various departments within University Advancement and the meaningful and challenging work that takes place in each of our departments. The student will spend approximately two weeks in the following departments:

1. University Advancement/ Donor Relations
2. Office of Research
3. Advancement Services
4. Annual Giving
5. Major and Planned Giving
6. Alumni Relations
7. Athletics
8. Corporate Relations/ Communications

The student intern will have a rotation supervisor in each department and they will be given goals to achieve during each rotation.

The student intern will enjoy a professional experience and will become a valued, integrated member of the UA team.

This position can provide an opportunity to earn academic credit through their internship as well as be compensated for their time.

How to Apply: All interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to Stacie Conto at contos@duq.edu