The Bethany Student Employment Office works to provide students part-time employment through on-campus jobs that can help students attain both professional and educational experience. Nearly every department and office on campus employs students, student employees are an integral part of the daily operation of Bethany College. The Bethany Student Employment Office collaborates with all departments and students.

The Bethany Student Employment Office is located in room 307 on the third floor of Cramblet Hall.

In order to be eligible to work on-campus, students must qualify for a Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) or a Bethany Educational Employment Program (BEEP) award. This is based on Financial Aid need. Students without work study awards are not eligible for employment. The College also offers a limited number of paid assistantships for graduate students.

Federal regulations prohibit working during scheduled class times. Student workers should submit a copy of their class schedule to office supervisors to arrange a work schedule that does not interfere with classes.

In order to obtain a workstudy position on campus, all students must complete a W-4 tax form, I9 form, submit acceptable forms of ID, complete all required paperwork and be a student in good standing with Bethany College before you are permitted to work. A Student Work Study Authorization Form must be completed before you begin working.

Students must have permission to work a second job on campus. These forms are located in the Bethany Student Employment Office. Resident Assistants are paid through the Student Life work study award/budget. Resident Assistants must have approval to work an additional job on campus from the Director of Business Affairs. They are only eligible to work a maximum of ten hours per week as long as the job does not interfere with their responsibilities as an RA.

A student may not work past their Work Study Award Allotment. You will be notified if/when you are close to earning your award allotment. Once you as a student have earned your award allotment, you are not permitted to continue to work on campus.

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Accounts Payable

Position: Data
Supervisor: Capricha Thompson
Phone: 304.829.7213
Email: cthompson@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Inputting invoices to be paid in to the Ellucian system.

Primary Duties:
Inputting invoices, spreadsheet creation, filing, stapling AP invoice packets.

Other Requirements:
Business/Accounting student with familiarity with Excel.

Alumni Relations

Position: Alumni Relations Assistant
Supervisor: Hannah McNerney
Phone: 619.985.5333
Email: hmcnerney@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Assists with duties pertaining to the alumni office including but not limited to specialized mailings, organization event work spaces and assistance with event set up.

Primary Duties:
Organize and stuff large alumni mailings.
File paperwork pertaining to alumni files.
Take pictures at most campus events.
Help with Alumni events.
Assists with Student Alumni Association events.
Attend Alumni Council if necessary.
Pick up mail from mailroom when necessary.
Assist with design work for events.
Organize files.
Assist with the Boomer costume.
Set up and tear down of Homecoming events.
Represent the Alumni Office at Various campus events.
Many more duties not listed.

Athletics

Position: Athletic Training Student
Supervisor: Ryan Chupak
Phone: 304.829.7239
Email: rchupak@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The student will set up and break down practices as well as anything needed completed by a certified trainer in the middle of the practices. In some instances, students will be asked to open the athletic training room as practices turn over in the afternoon.

Primary Duties:
Making ice bags, getting heat packs, making water, sitting at practices, taping athletes, carrying bags, fulfilling requests made by certified athletic trainers, travel during football season, helping with treatments during and after practices.

Other Requirements:
Must be able to handle emergency situations and work independently as needed.

Position: Van Driver
Supervisor: Michael Guinn
Phone: 304.829.7294
Email: mguinn@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Driver that is available to transport the cross country team to and from away cross country meets.

Primary Duties:
Obtain van certification through Bethany College. Position limited to season.

Other Requirements:
Van Certified

Position: Cross Country Meet Worker
Supervisor: Michael Guinn
Phone: 304.829.7294
Email: mguinn@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Work on September 8, 2018 – event only position.

Primary Duties:
Crowd Control.

Other Requirements:
Will need workers to come to cross country course on Friday, September 7.

Position: Football Official’s Security and Host
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Person needed to escort football game officials, and serve as liaison and host. Security of their safety and possessions is essential.

Primary Duties:
Will have keys to officials’ locker room and will monitor safety and security of game officials.

Other Requirements:
Trustworthy, dependable, pleasant demeanor, must commit to all five home football games.

Position: Football Visiting Team Security
Supervisor: RichardCarver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Need one person to serve as host/security for visiting football team.

Primary Duties:
Trustworthy, Outgoing, pleasant demeanor. Will have keys and will need to be responsible. Handle potentially volatile situations at times.

Other Requirements:
Must commit to all five home football games.

Position: Football Ticket and Program Sellers
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
A minimum of six people needed to sell tickets and game programs at three gates for home football games. Must commit to all five home football games.

Primary Duties:
Sell tickets and programs, manage cash, deal with public in a friendly way.

Other Requirements:
Dependability, trustworthy, follow procedures in dealing with tickets and money.

Position: Football Ball Chaser
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Two people on each sideline to assist officiating crew in getting footballs to the field of play in a timely manner. Cannot be a team member.

Primary Duties:
Follow football officials’ directions, other duties as assigned by football game day manager. Take down flags after game.

Other Requirements:
Must commit to all five home football games.

Position: Chain Gang
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Five people are an absolute necessity to run the chains and down markers for home football games. PAC rules require same crew each game.

Primary Duties:
Follow football officials’ rules and procedures. Ability to protect oneself while moving. Have a knowledge of football other duties by football game day manager.

Other Requirements:
Must commit to all five home football games.

Position: Sports Information Student Assistant
Supervisor: Andrew Woodley
Phone: 304.829.7717
Email: awoodley@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Publicize and promote all 22 intercollegiate sports at Bethany College in the local, state and national media. Sports information student’s aide the Sports Information Director in all facets of statistical management for varsity home events.

Primary Duties:
Assist sports information staff in recording in game statistics, other duties potentially include operating the scoreboard, public address announcing, and the set up and tear down of audio equipment. Assist with sports coverage, preparation, and distribution of game programs, manage video production, video tape live events, accompany sports information staff, to most athletic events on campus. Provide office assistance including deliveries, labeling photography from athletic events, and other general office events as needed.

Other Requirements:
Students should have some interest in sports, and be willing to attend games and matches as much as possible. Understand the rules of sports, is preferred but not required. Excellent communication skills, flexible hours, knowledge of adobe programs such as InDesign, and prior experience with photography, videotaping and video editing is a plus, not required.

Position: Softball Field Maintenance
Supervisor: Cassie Moore
Phone: 304.829.7271
Email: cmoore@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Be able to drag and line the softball field for competitive contests. Other duties may be needed depending on the field conditions.

Position: Laundry Worker
Supervisor: Bill Garvey
Phone: 304.829.7441
Email: wgarvey@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
This position will be responsible for the care of all practice laundry after each practice. They are also responsible for washing and drying our travel suits and getting them organized for handout before each away game. They also are in charge of handing out the uniforms to each player before each game.

Primary Duties:
Wash practice laundry, wash and dry travel laundry, organize travel suits, hand out travel suits and bags, wash jv uniforms and hang dry.

Position: Equipment Manager
Supervisor: Bill Garvey
Phone: 304.829.7441
Email: wgarvey@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
This position will be responsible for maintaining and organizing all of the football equipment in the football equipment room, as its items break during the season, they will repair the items or issue new items to players. During practice and games, they are on the field observing practice, and are there to correct any equipment issues and get the players back in practice as soon as possible.

Primary Duties:
Equipment inventory, handout, helmet/ shoulder repair, organize and maintain footballs, keep practice on schedule with clock and megaphone, assist coaches in practice during drills when needed. Set up practice, be focused and alert during games, be ready to fix issues.

Other Requirements:
Trustworthy, good record-keeping skills.

Position: Filmer
Supervisor: Bill Garvey
Phone: 304.829.7441
Email: wgarvey@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
This position will be responsible for filming all practices and games. We practice 3 days a week that need filmed. There are 10 varsity games and 4/6 JV games.

Primary Duties:
Set up camera, set up scoreboard, film practices, film games, start video input after practice.

Position: Men and Women’s Soccer Game Day Workers
Supervisor: Hager/Sansom/Hilyer
Phone: 304.829.7267
Email: bsansom@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Workers will be responsible for retrieving and distributing of match balls during play.

Primary Duties:
Ball boy/girl.

Position: Baseball Field Fall and Spring Maintenance
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Someone available to assist in routine and project maintenance in Bethany Park as per lease agreement.

Primary Duties:
Assist in field maintenance keeping complex in compliance with park lease agreement. Keep presentable for recruits. Game day preparation.

Other Requirements:
Manual labor, weed eating, minor construction, shoveling.

Position: Baseball Field Maintenance Summer
Supervisor: Richard Carver
Phone: 304.829.7246
Email: rcarver@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Maintain the baseball field during summer. Prepare the complex for over a thousand visitors. Also keep college in compliance with Bethany park lease agreement.

Other Requirements:
Weed eating, grass cutting, litter cleanup, painting, water, ability to work independently, pride in workmanship, knowledge of field maintenance.

Position: Lifeguard
Supervisor: Mike Viscardi
Phone: 304.829.7399
Email: wviscardi@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Will need multiple lifeguards to fulfill hours needed.

Other Requirements:
Must be a certified lifeguard.

Position: Recreation Center Desk Monitor
Supervisor: Ryan Hilyer
Phone: 304.829.7087
Email: rhilyer@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Monitor facility.

Primary Duties:
Monitor facility and guests, clean weight room, clean facility, track equipment, manage usage of facilities, equipment and space.

Position: Home Track and Field Meet Workers
Supervisor: Andy Upton
Phone: 304.829.7247
Email: supton@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
They will be responsible for working 2 home Track and Field Meets. The positions will assist myself and the certified NCAA officials in conducting a professional efficient meet so that it may stay on schedule.

Primary Duties:
Retrieving shot puts, discus and javelins, assisting officials with tape measure, raking sand, moving standards & resetting bar when it’s displaced, placing hurdles at appropriate spots on track, checking all athletes, and running wind gauges.

Biology

Position: BIOLO 100 Lab Proctor
Supervisor: Dr. William Hicks
Phone: 304.829.7642
Email: whicks@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student proctors will aid the instructor during lab and will grade worksheets.

Primary Duties:
The proctor position requires 2-3 hours per week. Two hours in lab where you will aid the instructor by helping students with lab activities, helping set up for lab and clean up at the end of lab. Washing glassware. Grading worksheets with the help of an answer key.

Position: Greenhouse Worker
Supervisor: Dr. William Hicks
Phone: 304.829.7642
Email: whicks@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The student will help maintain the greenhouse by watering, weeding, and pruning the plants as well as sweeping the greenhouse for 3-5 hours each week.

Primary Duties:
The student will help maintain the greenhouse by watering, weeding, and pruning the plants as well as sweeping the greenhouse.

Other Requirements:
Ideally, the student worker will have had a course related to plants such as Botany or Horticulture.

Business and Finance

Position: Payroll Processor Assistant
Supervisor: Kimberly Moore
Phone: 304.829.7210
Email: kmoore@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Work as an assistant for payroll processing.

Primary Duties:
Calculate time card totals, input data into time collection rosters, update and file leave requests, payroll related, and other paperwork as directed.

Other Requirements:
Familiarity with Excel a must.

Position: Finance Tutor
Supervisor: Dr. Anju Ramjee
Phone: 304.829.7888
Email: kmoore@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Finance tutor.

Primary Duties:
Tutor students on the various finance courses taught in the department.

Other Requirements:
Depends on students who are available and have the necessary skills to be tutors.

Position: Business Writing and Business Tutor
Supervisor: Dr. Anju Ramjee
Phone: 304.829.7888
Email: kmoore@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Tutor for Business Writing and Management and Marketing courses.

Primary Duties:
Helping students with their writing assignments. Helping students with any marketing or management courses taught in the department.

Other Requirements:
Depends on students who are available and have the necessary skills to be tutors.

Position: Accounting Tutor
Supervisor: Dr. Anju Ramjee
Phone: 304.829.7888
Email: kmoore@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Accounting tutor.

Primary Duties:
Tutor students on the various accounting courses taught in the department.

Other Requirements:
Depends on students who are available and have the necessary skills to be tutors.

Career Services

Position: Student Assistant
Supervisor: Amy Van Horn
Phone: 304.829.7150
Email: avanhorn@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Assists the Center for Career & Professional Development.

Primary Duties:
Clerical and office support.

Communications and Media Arts

Position: Multimedia Assistant
Supervisor: M.E. Yancosek Gamble
Phone:304.829.7710
Email: meyancosekgamble@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Students will be required to assist in a variety of digital medial areas in the department.

Primary Duties:
Students are responsible for running cable, cameras, switchers, audio, graphics, replay, and setting up and tearing down for webstream productions.

Other Requirements:
Understanding of basic video and audio production.

Position: WVBC Online Radio Program Director or Operations Manager
Supervisor: Dr. Patrick Sutherland
Phone:304.829.7716
Email: psutherl@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The WVBC Program Director/Operations Manager leads the college radio student staff under the direct supervision of Dr. Sutherland. He/she sets programming goals/objectives, monitors the other WVBC students’ work and assists the radio adviser as needed on projects such as training students and hardware and software, sports remotes, community remotes and special speakers/guests in the radio studio, etc., The PD/ops manager monitor other students’ progress and provides weekly critiques related to radio station projects.

Primary Duties:
Coordinates semester projects with the WVBC faculty adviser and other top WVBC student leaders. Supervises all other student positions (averaging 10 a semester). Schedules sporting and community events for radio coverage. Trains other students on hardware and software. Keeps track of others’ hours and critiques their work.

Other Requirements:
The WVBC PD coordinates with positions such as the sports information director and communicates with other BBN advisers/student leaders.

Enrollment

Position: Enrollment Database Assistant
Supervisor: Justin Miller
Phone: 304.829.7612
Email: jtmiller@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The student will assist the Enrollment Database Manager in entering data into Ellucian Colleague. This position can accommodate odd working hours.

Primary Duties:
Data entry and assisting the enrollment staff.

Other Requirements:
Other duties to be assigned by the enrollment staff, strict attention to detail, ability to type, basic computer skills, and ability to keep all information confidential.

Position: Student Ambassador
Supervisor: TBA, Assistant Director of Enrollment
Phone: 304.829.7611
Email: jbower@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student Ambassadors are the face of Bethany College, often the ambassadors giving prospective students their first impression of Bethany. These students represent the best of what Bethany has to offer. Ambassadors must be outgoing and engaging. Ideal ambassadors can present their personal experiences of Bethany in a positive, personal way.

Primary Duties:
Give campus tours, engage with prospective students at events, serve as back up to answer Office Assist’s phone and welcome and greet students and their families at the front desk, work front desk for the offices of financial aid and student accounts, application data entry into Ellucian Colleague, phone outreach, office organization, student record filing for enrollment, financial aid and student accounts, mail stuffing, packet preparation, inter office mail delivery, general office duties as assigned, enrollment management office event coverage.

Other Requirements:
Required to work weekly tour slots, as well as select Saturday events.

Equine Operations

Position: Stable Help
Supervisor: Amy McGreal
Phone: 304.243.4042
Email: Adibarto@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Students will assist with daily care in the equine department. Stall cleaning, feeding, turnout, offering pony rides, general clean up, helping with hay and helping at events. Three students will be needed to help feed at the paddocks on campus for one hour per day.

Other Requirements:
Students should be able to lift 50 pounds and have excellent customer service skills.

Fine Arts

Position: Clay Lab Tech Worker
Supervisor: Aaron Anslow
Phone: 304.829.7502
Email: aanslow@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Supports the procedures, functions and processes in the Clay Club

Primary Duties:
Clean lab between and for classes, stock clay and glazes, prepare stock for class use.

Other Requirements:
Must be dependable and willing to lean processes.

Humanities

Position: Apprentice Teacher (French)
Supervisor: Dr. Eric Halicki
Phone: 304.829.7910
Email: ehalicki@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Apprentice teachers conduct two required 50-minute practices sessions per week for the beginning language courses (levels 110, 120, and 130), during which they practice with their small groups, materials introduced during preceding class sessions. All apprentice teachers attend a weekly meeting with their supervisor to receive and discuss instructional guidance and materials and spend at least two hours per week to prepare their sessions. In a typical week, an apprentice teacher invests five hours in the position.

Primary Duties:

  • Attend weekly preparatory meetings with the supervisor
  • Diligently prepare for each practice session
  • Conduct practice sessions, starting and finishing each one on time
  • Keep accurate student attendance and performance records, as specified by the supervisor

Other Requirements:
Qualified apprentice teachers possess at least intermediate level proficiency in the language as well as creativity, patience, and professional ethics necessary for successful peer teaching.

Position: Apprentice Teacher (Spanish)
Supervisor: Dr. Joseph Lovano
Phone: 304.829.7912
Email: jlovano@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Apprentice teachers conduct two required 50-minute practices sessions per week for the beginning language courses (levels 110, 120, and 130), during which they practice with their small groups, materials introduced during preceding class sessions. All apprentice teachers attend a weekly meeting with their supervisor to receive and discuss instructional guidance and materials and spend at least two hours per week to prepare their sessions. In a typical week, an apprentice teacher invests five hours in the position.

Primary Duties:

  • Attend weekly preparatory meetings with the supervisor
  • Diligently prepare for each practice session
  • Conduct practice sessions, starting and finishing each one on time
  • Keep accurate student attendance and performance records, as specified by the supervisor

Other Requirements:
Qualified apprentice teachers possess at least intermediate level proficiency in the language as well as creativity, patience, and professional ethics necessary for successful peer teaching.

Position: Apprentice Teacher (German)
Supervisor: Dr. Harald Menz
Phone: 304.829.7915
Email: hmenz@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Apprentice Teachers conduct two required 50-minute practices sessions per week for the beginning language courses (levels 110, 120, and 130), during which they practice with their small groups, materials introduced during preceding class sessions. All apprentice teachers attend a weekly meeting with their supervisor to receive and discuss instructional guidance and materials, and they spend at least two hours per week to prepare their sessions. In a typical week, an apprentice teacher invests five hours in the position.

Primary Duties:

  • Attend weekly preparatory meetings with the supervisor
  • Diligently prepare for each practice session
  • Conduct practice sessions, starting and finishing each one on time
  • Keep accurate student attendance and performance records, as specified by the supervisor

Other Requirements:
Qualified apprentice teachers possess at least intermediate level proficiency in the language as well as creativity, patience, and professional ethics necessary for successful peer teaching.

Position: Apprentice Teacher (Italian)
Supervisor: Dr. Joseph Lovano
Phone: 304.829.7912
Email: jlovano@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Apprentice teachers conduct two required 50-minute practices sessions per week for the beginning language courses (levels 110, 120, and 130), during which they practice with their small groups, materials introduced during preceding class sessions. All apprentice teachers attend a weekly meeting with their supervisor to receive and discuss instructional guidance and materials and spend at least two hours per week to prepare their sessions. In a typical week, an apprentice teacher invests five hours in the position.

Primary Duties:

  • Attend weekly preparatory meetings with the supervisor
  • Diligently prepare for each practice session
  • Conduct practice sessions, starting and finishing each one on time
  • Keep accurate student attendance and performance records, as specified by the supervisor

Other Requirements:
Qualified apprentice teachers possess at least intermediate level proficiency in the language as well as creativity, patience, and professional ethics necessary for successful peer teaching.

Information Technology

Position: IT Help Desk Support
Supervisor: Larry Gray
Phone: 304.829.7349
Email: lgray@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The Help Desk Support position will assist the Help Desk in the performance of a variety of duties. Main responsibilities include answering telephones and helping walk in customers with accessing Bethany accounts and systems. This position requires excellent organizational and communication skills. Computer science or Networking experience preferred.

Primary Duties:
Assist students, staff, and faulty who call or come into the Help Desk with technology issues.
Activate network ports in residential halls.
Assist in maintaining Help Desk documentation.
Refill commonly used printers with paper.
Maintain a professional and positive attitude

Other Requirements:
Other duties as assigned.

Library

Position: Student Library Assistant
Supervisor: Heather Ricciuti
Phone: 304.829.7335
Email: hricciuti@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student Library Assistants are the primary point of contact for library patrons. They provide general customer service and support to users: they perform all circulation functions, assist with patron questions and basic technology issues, and help with a variety of library projects. SLAs also help maintain a front line staffing presence at all hours the library is open.

Primary Duties:
staff, service & maintain circulation desk operations
provide copier & printer assistance
record library usage statistics
assist patrons with reserve materials
prepare returned materials for shelving
answer and/or refer patron questions
complete assigned daily duties (vary)
participate in mandatory training
perform additional library related projects and duties as assigned

Other Requirements:
Dependability, scheduling flexibility, positive customer service attitude, familiarity with basic computer functions.

Position: Student Supervisor
Supervisor: Heather Ricciuti
Phone: 304.829.7335
Email: hricciuti@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student Supervisors serve as the staff member in charge when a librarian isn’t on duty (nights 9pm-midnight; most Saturday shifts). Supervisors are recruited from staff members already employed as Student Library Assistants and who demonstrate the maturity, aptitude, and motivation necessary for this higher level position.

Primary Duties:
Oversee circulation services, provide reference support to patrons, supervise Student Library Assistants, monitor library activities, record shift statistics, and submit reports, complete weekly supervisor projects, assist with social media, marketing, and library events, maintain serials collections, open and close building, as scheduled, and participate in training, as required.

Other Requirements:
High level of responsibility & reliability, excellent customer service record, flexibility with scheduling, mastery of essential library functions as described in Student Library Assistant position description

Position: Student Library Assistant – Interlibrary Loan & Technical Services Assistant
Supervisor: Heather Ricciuti
Phone: 304.829.7335
Email: hricciuti@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
The Interlibrary Loan & Technical Services Student Assistant handles incoming ILL requests from borrowing libraries, returns materials to lending libraries, and helps prepare materials recently added to the library collections. The position involves work with the library’s collections, circulation system, and OCLC Worldshare.

Primary Duties:
Access and respond to ILL requests using OCLC Worldshare, search and locate requested materials, process physical loans in circulation system, package physical items for shipping, locate, prepare and upload electronic article requests, maintain ILL spreadsheet, assist with preparing new materials and gifts for the library collections.

Other Requirements:
Reliability, highly organized, able to work independently, willingness to learn and master technical processes.

McCann Learning Center

Position: Note Taker
Supervisor: Heather A. Taylor
Phone: 304.829.7408
Email: htaylor@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Note takers attend classes and take notes for students who qualify for this service through ADA. Note takers may be used either long-term (all semester) or short-term (as in the case of a broken dominant hand).

Primary Duties:
Take notes and deliver notes to the Learning Center.

Other Requirements:
Note takers are recommended by professors.

Position: Subject Tutor
Supervisor: Heather A. Taylor
Phone: 304.829.7408
Email: htaylor@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Subject tutors help students individually and in small groups, leading students to a greater understanding of the subject.

Primary Duties:
Help students gain a better understanding of the subject.

Other Requirements:
Students must be recommended by the professor teaching the course.

Position: Writing Tutor
Supervisor: Heather A. Taylor
Phone: 304.829.7408
Email: htaylor@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Writing tutors help students individually, leading students to a greater understanding of their writing, demonstrating how to identify and correct writing weaknesses, and empowering students to begin editing and revising on their own for success in future writing projects.

Primary Duties:
Communicating effectively with a multicultural population, facilitating learning and empowering students to succeed independently, patience and empathy for students who are frustrated by writing difficulties, knowledge of the expectations for academic writing, ability to quickly assess a document’s writing strengths and weaknesses, and basic understanding of English grammar, rhetoric, and the writing process.

Office of Communications

Position: Communications Assistant
Supervisor: Bob Oltmanns
Phone: 304.829.7221
Email: roltmanns@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Support Office of Communications with various office duties, including writing, filing, photography, research, making on-campus deliveries, and various other assignments as directed.

Primary Duties:
Writing, filing, photography, research, making on-campus deliveries, and various other assignments as directed.

Operations

Position: Office Assistant
Supervisor: Helen Brancazio
Phone: 304.829.7131
Email: hbrancazio@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Office assistant to work directly with Human Resources Manager.

Primary Duties:
Working knowledge of Excel; faxing, filing, assembling handouts. Errands around the campus.

Other Requirements:
Familiarity with Excel a must.

Position: Mail Room Worker
Supervisor: Dottie Hanson
Phone: 304.829.7871
Email: dhanson@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Sort mail, process packages, shredding, prepare bulk mail, make copies.

Primary Duties:
Sort students’ mail and departmental mail, run postage on all outgoing mail, process packages, send emails for package pickup, shred papers, make copies, stuff envelopes to be mailed, assist with preparing documents and labels for bulk mailings, process bulk mail, and keep the office organized

Parkhurst Dining

Position: Dishwasher
Supervisor: Matt Reese
Phone: 304.829.7398
Email: mreese@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Responsible for thoroughly cleaning all dishes, silverware and other items in accordance with Parkhurst standards and procedures under strict sanitary conditions.

Primary Duties:
Responsible for thoroughly cleaning all dishes, silverware and other items in accordance with Parkhurst standards and procedures under strict sanitary conditions.

Position: Barista (The Hub) / Dining Room Attendant
Supervisor: Jackie Hudson
Phone: 304.829.7360
Email: jhudson@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Students will assist with making Starbucks specialty drinks, house made sandwiches, stocking and dining room clean up.

Primary Duties:
Students will assist with making Starbucks specialty drinks, house made sandwiches, stocking and dining room clean up.

Physical and Computational Science

Position: Chemistry and Physics Peer Tutors
Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Reilly
Phone: 304.829.7244
Email: lreilly@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Peer Tutors are students who have completed and done well in upper level courses in a content area and are recommended by faculty to assist future students in similar courses in the Chemistry Student Study Room and/or Math Science Community Learning Center. Peer tutors will be working with students who are facing challenging material and assist them in problem solving, study tips, and other techniques needed to succeed in courses. Some peer tutors will be selected to run weekly supplemental instruction sections for specific courses in additional to staffing walk-in hours.

Primary Duties:
Responsibilities include working with students individually and in small groups on mathematics and computer science assignments, course remediation, and preparation for examinations.

Selected tutors will be asked and trained to run supplemental instruction sections for specific courses.

Tutors are required to keep a record of the students who come to sessions and return a signed verification form to the tutoring supervisor.

Tutors are required to participate in training sessions prior to working and will be required to complete additional training on specific topics related to being a peer tutor throughout the academic year.

Other Requirements:
Times available for work are Sunday through Thursday evenings, from 7:00 – 9:00 PM, or specialized tutoring at times negotiable with the program supervisor.

Position: Student Stockroom Assistants
Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Reilly
Phone: 304.829.7244
Email: lreilly@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
This student worker will be available during assigned laboratory times for the program to handle the monitoring of consumables used by students in the weekly labs. This will include checking-in and out of laboratory equipment, glassware, and other consumables. Helping with the inventory database of equipment and chemicals is also part of the job.

Primary Duties:

  1. Must have completed safety training course
  2. Stocking and cleaning equipment
  3. Checking out lab equipment to students as needed for labs
  4. Running errands such as delivering equipment to other departments, etc.
  5. Taking inventory of stockrooms and maintaining the inventory software program.
  6. Filing and data entry.
  7. Assist in running weekly laboratory safety checks

Other Requirements:

Must complete safety training and students who have completed two semesters of general chemistry.

Times available for work will be determined based on the labs that are running during the semester.

Position: Student Lab Assistants
Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Reilly
Phone: 304.829.7244
Email: lreilly@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student Lab Assistants help students understand the material in our lab courses, and help the lab instructors keep the lab moving along safely and smoothly. A good lab proctor gets to know the students in the lab, circulates around to the room to make themselves available for questions, and help with the proper function of instrumentation used for the labs.

Primary Duties:

  1. Must have completed safety training course
  2. Assist lab instructor in supervising the safe operation of weekly experiments by attending the assigned laboratory.
  3. Assist lab instructor in teaching laboratory techniques.
  4. Develop rapport with students to encourage exploration of questions.
  5. Prepare solutions for weekly lab sessions.
  6. Prepare equipment for weekly lab sessions.
  7. Prepare the instruments when needed for weekly lab sessions.
  8. Cleaning of equipment and lab spaces at the end of the lab session.
  9. Additional duties when needed for the preparation of labs.

Other Requirements:

Must complete safety training and have completed the course or a course higher that they are hired to proctor.

Times available for work will be determined based on the lab that the lab proctor is qualified to assist with.

Position: Economics Peer Tutor
Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Reilly
Phone: 304.829.7244
Email: lreilly@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Peer Tutors are students who have completed and done well in upper level courses in a content area and are recommended by faculty to assist future students in similar courses in the Economics Seminar Room and/or Math Science Community Learning Center. Peer tutors will be working with students who are facing challenging material and assist them in problem solving, study tips, and other techniques needed to succeed in courses. Some peer tutors will be selected to run weekly supplemental instruction sections for specific courses in additional to staffing walk-in hours.

Primary Duties:

Responsibilities include working with students individually and in small groups on mathematics and computer science assignments, course remediation, and preparation for examinations.

Selected tutors will be asked and trained to run supplemental instruction sections for specific courses.

Tutors are required to keep a record of the students who come to sessions and return a signed verification form to the tutoring supervisor.

Tutors are required to participate in training sessions prior to working and will be required to complete additional training on specific topics related to being a peer tutor throughout the academic year.

 

Other Requirements:

Times available for work are Sunday through Thursday evenings, from 7:00 – 9:00 PM, or specialized tutoring at times negotiable with the program supervisor.

Physical Plant

Position: General Worker
Supervisor: Jay Eisenhauer
Phone: 304.829.7465
Email: jeisenhaur@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student working with the Physical Plant to care for campus, grounds, and buildings.

Primary Duties:
Weed trimming, mowing, moving furniture and equipment, handle assigned projects or jobs as directed, landscaping, housekeeping/cleaning, and event set-up and tear-down.

Other Requirements:
Must be dependable, capable of manual labor, have ability to follow directions and safety guidelines.

President’s Office

Position: Student Associate
Supervisor: Stephanie Gordon
Phone: 304.829.7115
Email: sgordon@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Office of the President Student Associates handle clerical work, run on-campus errands, work on special projects as assigned, greet guests and serve as the faces of the office.

Primary Duties:
Front office phone, mail, stock office supplies, greet guests, tour guides for Office of the President guests, help with convocations (set-up and ushering), assist with special projects. Students also serve as backup should I be out of the office (i.e. vacation).

Position: Presidential Scholars Mentor
Supervisor:Dr. Dustin Hixenbaugh
Phone: 956.566.8422
Email: dhixenbaugh@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Mentor will serve as a crucial point of contact for the incoming class of Presidential Scholars. Mentor must have a strong academic record and be able to attend the BFYE-AA seminar, TTH 2-4 p.m.

Primary Duties:
Plan and execute learning experiences for first-year Presidential Scholars; serve as a role model, mentor, and tutor to these students; help coordinate and supervise Presidential Scholar events such as Scholarship Day and team-building activities; meet weekly with the Presidential Scholar advisor/instructor

Other Requirements:
Preference to juniors, seniors, and teacher candidates.

Psychology

Position: Lab Proctor – General Psychology Labs
Supervisor: Dr. Debra Hull
Phone: 304.829.7437
Email: DKHull@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Lab proctors for the General Psychology course will work three hours per week for every one hour lab section that they teach, but will not teach more than two lab sections. Lab proctors will take attendance in the lab section(s), provide instruction (background and directions on how to perform a lab exercise), supervise the students, and grade assignments with a clear rubric (but not writing intensive). Lab proctors must have at least sophomore standing and have completed General Psychology.

Primary Duties:
Reading proctor’s notes, instructing, grading, supervising General Psychology students, using Moodle and Excel.

Other Requirements:
Lab proctors will read proctor’s notes provided by the supervisor, retrieve assignments from Canvas, and enter grades in supervisor’s spreadsheet.

Registrar

Position: Front Desk Worker
Supervisor: Lisa Cucarese
Phone: 304.829.7834
Email: lcucarese@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
We basically need students for administrative assistant work. Sitting at the main desk, answering multiple phone lines, directing traffic in the office, copying, filing, fulfilling Transcript Requests, scanning & digitally filing documents into Doc E Scan, assisting Registrar and Assistant Registrar with special projects.

Primary Duties:
Answering multiple phone lines, directing foot traffic in the office, fulfilling Transcript Requests, filing, copying, scanning & digitally filing student documents in Doc E Scan, assisting Registrar & Assistant Registrar with special projects.

Other Requirements:
Basic computer knowledge, friendly, willing to actually work.

Social Work

Position: Manager Professional Image Center
Supervisor: Sherri Honaker
Phone: 304.829.7065
Email: shonaker@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Stock, maintain, and manage the Professional Image Center (PIC) on-campus.

Primary Duties:
Keep a record of all items checked out and returned. Maintain inventory of items available and items needed. Sort and display both mens’ and womens’ professional apparel. Set hours to be open to the student body. Assist student(s) with clothing selection. Keep the closet clean and orderly at all times.

Other Requirements:
Ability to work independently. Strong work ethic.

Position: Service Learning Assistant/Coordinator
Supervisor: Sherri Honaker
Phone: 304.829.7065
Email: shonaker@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Enter data for service projects into Excel spreadsheets, update the SOWO Facebook site, file, edit, copy, assist with setting up and cleaning up special events, fold and stuff mailers, make calls, and do research as necessary.

Primary Duties:

  1. Identifies service opportunities on and off campus and publicizes opportunities in the Daily Bethanian.
  2. Helps coordinate the annual Volunteer Fair, faculty and community partner events and other partnership development initiatives.
  3. Plans and oversees a minimum of one college-wide service project annually.
  4. Maintains scheduled office hours.
  5. Performs other duties as assigned.

Position: Teacher Aide
Supervisor: Dr. Katherine Shelek-Furbee
Phone: 304.829.7189
Email: kshelek-furbee@bethanywv.edu

Position Summary:
Student will assist me with my first year experience course, facilitating small group discussions and planning and participating in class service projects.

Primary Duties:

  1. Facilitate small group discussions.
  2. Lead team-building activities.
  3. Assist with planning service projects.
  4. Attend and supervise students with service projects

Other Requirements:
Preference will be given to upperclass Kalon Scholars.