Job TitleMC - Part-Time Student Assistant - Admissions & Enrollment Services (L69999/M69999) REOPENED
Position NumberL69999, M69999
Employee GroupOffice and Technical Non-Unit
Full/Part TimePart Time
52 or 36 weeks52
Usual Hours of WorkVaries - morning, afternoon, evening
DepartmentStudent Affairs - MC - DEP
Position Duties and Responsibilities
This position will work to create an atmosphere of effective, efficient, friendly and reliable service, providing an easy, accessible, credible resource from which individuals can access information. Performs duties necessary to ensure exceptional student service and support a diverse range of administrative support services at the campus level.
This position will work with current students, prospective students, parents and families, college visitors, faculty and staff in areas of Admissions, Assessment, Access, Advising, Career and Employment Services, Campus Life, Cashier, Counseling, Enrollment Services and Grant-funded programs.
May operate desktop computer, telephone, printer, student information system (Banner), Shortel phone system, scheduling software (Outlook), tracking software (Accutrack), campus online calendar and Microsoft Office, Higher One ID (student ID) program.
Provides information on a wide variety of topics to diverse audiences.
Performs clerical support function for departments.
Prepares, facilitates, and implements informational sessions, including but not limited to New Student orientation and New Student Registration Workshops.
Provides direction and leadership to Student Affairs Assistant I in the preparation, implementation and organization of informational sessions and/or campus events.
Researches and reports on best practices, comparisons with benchmark schools, and current literature.
Provides organizational management during related campus events, information sessions, etc.
Provides guidance to students and faculty on enrollment policies and procedures and the enrollment process.
Assists new students with establishing Banner Self-Service, Blackboard and email accounts.
Assists students with resetting Banner-Self Service password
Assists with online applications and registration.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Currently enrolled college or university student with a High School diploma or equivalent, over three (3) months of relevant full-time experience, or any combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities.
Preference will be given to full-time students currently enrolled in Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel, Student Affairs Administration, Communication or similar education field.
Preference will be given to former community college students.
60 or more hours of college credit
Knowledge of computers, student information system (Banner), Microsoft Office, scheduling in Outlook, copier, printer, multi-line phone, and email.
Customer service, problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Ability to communicate effectively with others, accurately identify a situation and respond appropriately, handle a high volume of phone, electronic and face-to-face communication, follow multi-step directions, adapt to new technology and changing environment, present in front of a variety of audiences, use PowerPoint and related presentation equipment.
Special Instructions to Applicants
This posting is a pool position to collect applicants for potential openings throughout the academic year
Applicants if you have previously applied no further action is required.
Open Date 08/13/2019
Open Until FilledNo
Affirmative Action Statement
St. Louis Community College is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.
Special Instructions Summary
If the position requires transcripts, licenses, certificates, etc., please upload this information in order for your application to be considered further.