Students must meet the following requirements prior to working in the Work-Study Program:
- Students must complete a FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
- Students must contact the Job Placement Specialist located in the Financial Aid Office to receive a referral.
- Students wanting to work off campus must have completed English 1301 with a C or better.
- Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
- Students will be expected to attend an orientation on the Work Study Employment Program. If students are unable to attend a face-to-face orientation, they will be expected to review the orientation on the Work-Study Web page and complete the quiz in the Student Financial Services Office (prior to being placed). Students who have completed an orientation will not have to attend another one.
Available Work-Study Positions
Students interested in any of these positions must make an appointment with the job placement specialist at 409-933-8399 or 1-888-258-8859 ext. 8399.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Academic Success · Interviewer: Larry Click
Hours: 15 (Monday - Friday, times will vary according to student's schedule).
# of positions:1
Duties: Greet students in the lab. Tutor students one on one according to established guidelines. Work with a diverse population. Assist students with the use of computer equipment for saving and loading assignments. Acquire knowledge of skills learning software used in the lab and assist students in use of the same. Make extra copies of lab handouts.
Qualifications: Enrolled at College of the Mainland and passed Composition 1301 and 1302 with a grade of B or better. Basic knowledge of computers.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Admissions · Interviewer: Martin Perez
Hours: 15 per week
# of positions: 3
Duties: Filing, alphabetizing, typing, assist admission staff, misc.
Qualifications: Detailed, organized, punctual and dependable, able to keep scheduled hours, professional.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Assistant to Archive Technician · Interviewer: Tillie Henson
Provide assistant in the processing and storage of archival materials.
Assist in arranging materials in chronological and alphabetical order
Asist in the copying and the scanning of documents to digital format
Secure storage for materials in accordance with the policies
Assist with inventory and processing of archival materials
Prepare forms and labels for documents
Perform other duties as assigned by Archive Technician
Ability to adapt and an opennes to learn
Demonstrated organizational skills
Ability to operate office equipment (computer,copier, and scanner)
Excellent written/oral communication and interpersonal skills
Physical ability to lift heavy boxes and scrapbooks
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Campus Police · Interviewer: Chief Carr
Hours per week: 15 hrs. per week. Three hours during morning shift or three hours during evening shift Monday-Friday (flexible according to student's schedule)
# of positions available: 6-10
Duties: Wide/ride various campus areas and report to police dispatcher any suspicious activity observed. Student will not make any personal contact with any suspicious person. Student will make themselves familiar with various areas on campus to be able to assist people withn accurate directions. Student will make themselves familiar with campus activities to be able to give helpful information. Student may be asked to assist by providing handicap and courtesy escorts by using department golf carts.
Qualifications: Student must have excellent people skills, communications skills, and observational skills. In addition, the student is required to have a strong work ethic, and must be honest, self-motivated, and dedicated.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On-Campus · Department: Child Development · Interviewer: Robert Castro or Patrice Lewis
Provide quality care and experiences for children in a child care setting.
Responsibility: Responsible for compliance with all college policies to ensure a safe and positive learning environment for children.
Duties: Tutor and supervise children as assigned. Perform other reasonable duties as requested by supervisor. Follow guidelines and routines in a manner that is consistent with the usual classroom procedures as set by supervisor. Demonstrate safe, healthy, and developmentally appropriate caregiving techniques in the classrooms and provide a positive role model for children. Adhere to college and team policies and procedures and maintain child/family confidentiality. Attend training as required and demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement. Demonstrate a commitment to the Child Development Department and represent it in a positive and professional manner at all times.
Preferred Skills: Child Development or Education major, training in child care and/or experience working with children.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: Off campus · Department: City Hall of LaMarque · Interviewer: Kyle Hunter
Position: IT College Assistant
Hours: 15 - 19 per week
Schedule: Monday - Friday (8 - 5)
Type of Work: Assist & maintain IT related issues ass directed
Duties\Responsibilities: The City of LaMarque is actively seeking an energetic IT College Assistant to work in our dynamic environment to help provide Help Desk support and feedback to all users while maintaining inventory and performing other duties. This person will be provided with an opportunity to take their knowledge or coursework and utilize it in a professional local government environment. This position is for a college student with the purpose of learning and receiving hands on training under close supervision of City of LaMarque staff.
In this position you will:
Work closely with a department supervisor to attain real workd skills outside the classroom
Learn up to date technology and software that will increase work productivity.
Learn networking and security technologies such as TCP\IP protocols, network routing, and VPN support
Learn basic Window Server protocols such as DNS, DHCP,Active Directory, Group Policy, etc.
Provide Help Desk support and feedback to all users
Troubleshoot, install, configure, and update users' software as well as server software
Maintain and inventory of desktop computers, servers, and other related PC components
Learn, support, and maintain city's local television cable channel, meeting broadcasts and city websites
Learn, support, and maintain city's 700 MHz emergency radios
Other duties as assigned
Current technology that you may support includes but not limited to: All Microsoft Office products and versions, Citrixd, VMware, Nortel/Avaya software, VPN hardware and software, Microsoft Windows XP-8 , Microsoft Server 2003-2008, Exchange Server 2003, Adobe products, other misc. software.
Desire to work in a public service environment
Career interest in the Information Technology field
Ability to successfully perform multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
Ability to work under pressure & maintain a calm state
Organized & detail oriented
Good written and verbal communication skills
Basic knowledge of basic PC installation, repair and maintenance
Basic knowledge of networks, Window, telephone systems and outlook
Working know;edge of Microsoft Office Applications
Ability to diagnose problems along with strong customer service skills
Must be able to lift at least 50lbs. or more
Ability to learn new applications
Have a sense of humor
The city of LaMarque maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing to include background checks.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On-Campus · Department: Cosmetology · Interviewer: Katy Robles
Anticipated work hours: Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. til 11:00a.m./ Monday - Friday 10:30a.m. til 1:30p.m./ Monday - Friday 1:00p.m. til 5:00p.m. (Willing to work with school schedules) Hours per week: 15 Positions available: 3 Type of work: Clerical Duties and Responsibilities: Answer phones, make client appointments, answer questions regardig program, hand out information packets to potetial students, assist the administrative assistant and instructors. Job qualifications: Detailed, oriented, organized, punctual, professional, must know microsoft word, and phone etiquette. Experience gained that will complement student's academic program or career goals: Increase phone skills. Increase customer service skills. Increase clerical skills. Increase organizational skills. Additional duties/responsibilities: Handling financial, student or personnel data or records. Handling confidential or sensitive data/information. Handling cash, checks, or credit card transactions. Responsible for/or providing services to anyone under the age of 18. Processing keys/codes.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Fine Arts · Interviewer: Mark Greenwalt
Hours: 15 (Flexible)
# of positions: 2
Duties: Student's will manage art studio supplies, equipment, tools, clean surfaces, organize storage items including art work. Install art work in exhibitions. Be available to help faculty and students locate materials.
Qualifications: Good organization skills. Self motivated.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Fine Arts - Gallery · Interviewer: Myuka Gray
Hours: 15; Tuesdays & Thursdays (12:00p.m.-5:00p.m.; Gallery openings- TBA; Hanging gallery works-TBA)
# of positions:1
Duties: Help hang works in the gallery and prepare gallery for art work. Help with gallery opening receptions. Sit for gallery visitors.
Qualifications: Healthy - capable to climb a ladder and lift art works.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Fine Arts-Vocal Arts Activities · Interviewer: James Heffel
Hours: 15 per week
# of positions: 1
Duties: Filing of choral music, general office duties.
Qualifications: Must be reliable to report for work as expected. Common sense in using a combined numeric and alphabetized filing system. Speak English. Ability to comprehend reasonably simple instructions for a variety of tasks.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: Off Campus · Department: Galveston Arts Center · Interviewer: Kellianne Valle
Positions Available: 2
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday ( 11AM-2PM), (2PM-5PM)
Type of work:
Professional, IT/Computer. Clerical.
Administrative: Art gallery installations, special events, greeting guests, working in gift shop, answering phones. Assist Director, Gallery Assistant- help with installations, patch walls, paint.
Responsible, dependable, personable, prior experience working with the public. Willing to be flexible with duties and projects. Independent self starter with creative ideals and willingness to participate in all facets of gallery operations, outreach, and special projects.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: Information Technology Services · Department: Instructional Technology Services · Interviewer: Dan Lapinski
Students will work a maximum of 15 hours per week. No set schedule
Number of positions: 2
Type of work: Professional, IT/Computer/Technical
Responsibilities: (1) Answering help desk telephones, emails, and work orders to support IT Help Desk staff. (2) Maintain inventory (3) Provide support to ITS staff
Qualifications: Knowledge of computer applications including Microsoft, Apple. Installation of computer hardware and software. Building and repair of computer systems.
Experience gained that will complement student's academic program or career goals: Experience with computer systems and networks. Experience with HelpDesk and ITS work flows and processes. Experience with end user support..
Student worker will handle financial, student or personnel data or records, Will handle confidential or sensitive data or information. Be responsible for providing services to students under the ate of 18.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: IT Lab · Department: IT Lab · Interviewer: Elvis Levige \ Cynthia Johnson
Hours per week: 15
Check type of work: IT/computer lab
Responsibilities: (1) Assist with computer science software based on assignments. (2) Monitor supplies, and lab.
Qualifications: (1) Basic knowledge of computers (2) Familiar with Microsoft Office 2010. (3) Has completed COSC 1301 or BCIS 1305 within the last 2 years.
Experience gained that will complement student's academic program or career goals: This is an excellent opportunity to gain technical and communicatin skills as well as exposure to a great team work environment.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: Off-campus · Department: La Marque Public Library · Interviewer: Telishia Long/Margaret Little
Position: Library Assistant
Hours per week:15-19
Work Schedule:Tuesday and Thursday between the hours of 12pm-7pm, Wednesday between the hours of 12pm-6pm, Friday and Saturday between the hours of 11am-4pm.
Type of work:Customer Service/Clerical
Duties/responsibilities:The Library Assistant is responsible for performing a variety of standard library and clerical duties to assist patrons; provide information, assist in locating materials and demonstrates proper use of reference materials; assist in the circulation and return of library books and materials.
Qualifications: Desire to work in a public service environment. Basic knowledge of computer systems and programs. Some library experience preferred.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On Campus · Department: Library · Interviewer: Tillie Henson
To assist archive technician in maintenance and organization of college archives.
Provide assistant in the processing and storage of archival materials. Assist in arranging materials in chronological and alphabetical order. Assist in the copying and the scanning of documents to digital format. Secure storage for materials in accordance with the policies. Assist with inventory and processing of archival materials. Prepare forms and labels for documents. Perform other duties as assigned by Archive Technician.
Ability to adapt and an openness to learn. Demonstrated organizational skills. Ability to operate office equipment (computer, copier,and scanner) Excellent written/oral communication and interpersonal skills. Physical ability to lift heavy boxes and scrapbooks.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On-Campus · Department: Marketing · Interviewer: Gina Castro
Average Work Hours: 15 per week
Number of positions: 1
Type of work: IT\Computer
Duties & Responsibilities: Aide in the production of various publications using the Adobe Creative Suite.
Working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Design Standard software. Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign. One year of graphic design courses completed.
Experience Gained: Will give the student work experience and portfolio pieces for a career as a graphic designer.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Math · Interviewer: Kirk McVey
Hours per week: 15 per week.
Duties: Tutor developmental math students on-on-one and in groups for math 0305,0310,0320. Make sure students sign-in and sign-out of lab. Assist math lab staff as necessary.
Qualifications: Made an "A" in math 0320 or placed into college algebra with accuplacer exam; ability to work with students of varying skill levels.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: On campus · Department: Student Life · Interviewer: Tige Cornelius
Hours: 15 (Monday - Friday, 11a.m.-2p.m., hours may vary due to particular events)
# of positions: 4
Duties: Responsible for compliance with all college and department policies, and the College's safety policies. Must be knowledgeable about policies and procedureswithin the student handbook. Attend meetings and tranings as required. Must be able to work within a busy student services environment. Must be familiar with physical location for COM's programs and services and serve as a resourceto COM students. Must assist with promoting and conducting student activities. Make suggestions/recommendations to improve and/or enhance Student Life programs.
Qualifications: Must have successfully attended COM for at least 1 year and be able to work 11a.m. -2p.m. on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Other hours can be scheduled around the student's availability. Must have leadership skills, strong written and verbal interpersonal communication skills, experience working in customer service setting, ability to work in a department environment, ability to receive direction and have a positive attitude in working with the general public and other employees.
Semester: Spring 2014 · Location: Off-Campus · Department: Texas City Safety Council · Interviewer: Electra James
Need a student that has strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work a diverse population. Answer multiple phone lines. Enter and retrieve data on incoming customers. 1 student needed