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Work-Study Job Listings

 

Federal Work-Study (04) is a federally subsidized work program, which provides on-campus employment opportunities to eligible undergraduate and graduate students with financial need.  To be considered for this program, students must complete the FAFSA.   Some campus departments may hire students through the Campus Work Program (03).  This program works the same as the Federal Work Study Program except the FAFSA application is not necessary.
More information about the Work-Study Program and its policies can be found in the Student Employment Manual

Job Locations for the Fall semester

 

 

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  Student Workers 
Department Name:  School of Education 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  e-TEACH 
Job Location:  Walker 2-33 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  5 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Kay Fisher 
Phone:  342-1841 
Fax:  342-1248 
Email:  kfisher@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  To assist teachers with registration for book study classes 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Students will make deliveries, answer phones, file, and operate copy machine. 
Job Qualifications:  Students should be personable, dependable, dress appropriately, and have excellent telephone manners. 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  MFT Clinic Student Worker 
Department Name:  Marriage and Family Therapy 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic 
Job Location:  MFT Clinic (Strauss Hall 112) 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  1 
Hourly Pay Rate:   
Supervisor Name & Title:  Lauren Fix 
Phone:  318-342-3124 
Fax:   
Email:  fix@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Assisting MFT Clinic Graduate Assistants in the day to day operations of the ULM MFT Clinic. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Assisting with clerical duties in the MFT Clinic, such as filing, organization, answering phones, and clinic marketing. Professional attire required. 
Job Qualifications:  Prior office work experience preferred. 
Period: Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  Peer Mentor 
Department Name:  TRIO 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Student Support Services 
Job Location:  Strauss Hall 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  5 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Mystee Burrell/Jackie Moncrief 
Phone:  1095/1096 
Fax:  1089 
Email:  burrell@ulm.edu/moncrief@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Student Support Services (SSS) peer mentors are students who possess excellent leadership qualities and are interested in working with Student Support Service students. Peer mentors serve as role models for freshman and sophomore participants and promote academic excellence by encouraging mentee to attend class, participate in study groups & seminars, receive tutoring, etc.  Peer mentors provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all current and incoming SSS participants at ULM. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Mentor freshmen and sophomores 
Answer questions about the program 
Assist participants in adjusting to college life 
Assist with locating participants 
Model appropriate study skills and habits 
Assist with daily clerical duties as needed
Contact with mentees at least once a week (text, phone call,  email, or social media)
Face to face meetings with mentees once per month in both formal and informal settings
Advise mentees on prioritization, studying and planning, and general support for academics 
Serve on discussion panels to talk about their college experience
Other duties as prescribed 
Job Qualifications:  04 Student work status (see financial aid)
Full-time undergraduate (junior or senior) or graduate student at ULM in good academic standing
2.5 G.P.A. or higher 
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Good computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel
Good organizational skills
Must possess qualities of a positive role model
Talent Search or Upward Bound alumni preferred 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

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 Job Title (or purpose of job):  Hearing Center Intern/ Support Specialist 
Department Name:   
Name of Group or Unit within Department:   
Job Location:  Monroe, LA 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  1 
Hourly Pay Rate:  TBD 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Larry Collum, Owner/ Manager of Audibel The Hearing Center 
Phone:  318-325-2363 
Fax:  318-325-2361 
Email:  lcollumthc@yahoo.com 
Purpose of Job:  To support hearing specialists and their duties to provide better hearing through modern hearing technologies. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Perform general office duties such as:
cleaning, filing, data processing, scheduling, runner, phone etiquette, hearing aid service and repair, working with hearing impaired, working health fairs around the surrounding areas. 

*All duties are necessary to support the hearing specialists. 
Job Qualifications:  Person of integrity and high moral character
Desire to help the hearing impaired
Ability to communicate clearly 
Basic computer skills with Microsoft Office 
Must have own transportation
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology/Hearing Majors preferred as well as all medical professions 
Period:  Summer 2015, Fall 2015 

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 Job Title (or purpose of job):  SUB/SC Student Worker 

Department Name:  Student Affairs 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Student Union 
Job Location:  Student Union 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  5 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Lori LaBorde Student Union Facilities 
Phone:  342-5285 
Fax:  1089 
Email:  laborde@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Supervising the buildings during and after hours 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Helping with set ups, opening and locking buildings, Computer set ups 
Job Qualifications:  Available during day/ night to host events. Can work at a moments notice. Responsible for opening and locking buildings. Understanding how to set up an computer fo event. Communication skills 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

 

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  Student Lab Technician 
Department Name:  Environmental Analysis Laboratory 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Environmental Analysis Laboratory 
Job Location:  CNSB Room 117 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  6 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Marijane Sisson, Environmental Client Services Specialist 
Phone:  342-1948 
Fax:  342-1949 
Email:  msisson@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Students clean work stations and glassware before preparing work areas for additional analytical testing. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Students working in the lab are required to clean glassware, prepare stations for sample analysis, keep the lab clean to ensure contamination does not occur, assist laboratory analysts with sample preparation, dispose of samples as directed, and additional duties as assigned.  Students will learn how to work safely and accurately, as both are requirements for working in any laboratory environment. 
Job Qualifications:  Students should be responsible and dependable.  Each student will be required to work safely and accurately with respect to detail. 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study

 

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 Job Title (or purpose of job):  Clerical 
Department Name:  Human Resource 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:   
Job Location:  Coenen Hall 107 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  2 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Chauncey Strange Human Resource Analyst C 
Phone:  318-342-5143 
Fax:  318-342-5144 
Email:  strange@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Assist Human Resource Analysts 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Answer phone, file, copy, data entry 
Job Qualifications:  Must have Microsoft Word and Excel experience. Minimum qualification major in Business Administration. The employee needs to be a team player. 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  Culture Connections- Work Study 
Department Name:  School of Education 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Culture Connections 
Job Location:  Walker 2-100 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  4 
Hourly Pay Rate:   
Supervisor Name & Title:  Dr Krishna Bista 
Phone:  3183421254 
Fax:   
Email:  bista@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Culture Connection hosts several social, cultural and educational programs for international and domestic students. Culture Connection office is located in Walker Hall, 2nd floor. This is a very pleasant office to work in and you will have an opportunity to meet all professors and students.

As a work-study student, you are expected to:
• Report on time for scheduled work hours
• Greet and assist all who come into the office
• Use copier and fax machines
• Pick-up and/or deliver work/mails to ULM post office 
• Proof documents, Computer work as needed
• Organize/host cultural and educational events for students
• Other duties as assigned 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Job Duties:

Culture Connection hosts several social, cultural and educational programs for international and domestic students. Culture Connection office is located in Walker Hall, 2nd floor. This is a very pleasant office to work in and you will have an opportunity to meet all professors and students.

As a work-study student, you are expected to:
• Report on time for scheduled work hours
• Greet and assist all who come into the office
• Use copier and fax machines
• Pick-up and/or deliver work/mails to ULM post office 
• Proof documents, Computer work as needed
• Organize/host cultural and educational events for students
• Other duties as assigned

Special skills or knowledge you need:
• Pleasant attitude
• People skills
• Willingness to assist professors and students
• Accuracy in typing
• Proofreading skills, attention to detail
• Telephone skills
• Computer skills
• Filing 

Skills you will develop:

You will learn to work and communicate with professors and students as well as the public. Professionalism in talking with others in person or by phone will benefit you in future jobs. Office work will help you learn organizational skills and increase your knowledge of office machines, office procedures, computer experience in Word and Excel, handling money and providing a pleasant work environment.

Hours: 8-10 hours per week
Location: Walker Hall 2-100 
Job Qualifications:  Special skills or knowledge you need:
• Pleasant attitude
• People skills
• Willingness to assist professors and students
• Accuracy in typing
• Proofreading skills, attention to detail
• Telephone skills
• Computer skills
• Filing 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

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Job Title (or purpose of job):  Office Assistant 
Department Name:  Environmental Laboratory 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Kristopher Kelley 
Job Location:  CNSB 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  1 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Kristopher Kelley, Laboratory Manager 
Phone:  342-1948 
Fax:   
Email:  kelley@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Assist in organization of paperwork in lab office and for various related projects: Museum of Natural History, Region 3 Science Fair, etc.
Student must be exceptionally organized and self motivated. Excellent computer skills including MS Office and database management required. 
Student must be self motivated and goal oriented. Hours are flexible within the work week. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Maintain and update contact information, update files as needed to maintain contact information. 
Job Qualifications:  Must be very dependable and work well independently. 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 

 

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