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Current Open Positions

 

 Last Updated: April 25, 2016

To learn about Summer Work Study positions, please come to the Human Resources Office during walk-in hours, which begin April 25.

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 Positions


Position Title: Tour Guide

Department: Admissions

Pay:
$13/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Giving guided tours to students and their families. Clerical office duties as assigned. Understanding of and respect for the University's mission and goals. Good communication skills. Candidates must have availability between 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM.

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



Position:
Computer Lab Aide

Department: CTS

Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Monitor computer labs across campus. Must be available to work during normal business hours which are M-F 8:00-4:30. Possible evenings and weekend hours.

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



Position:
Help Desk Assistant

Department: CTS

Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Duties include assisting users to resolve computer problems via phone, email or in person. Preparing reports and other related duties. Candidates should have computer knowledge; good customer service skills and the ability to communicate effectively. Must be available to work during normal business hours which are M-F 9:00-6:00. Possible weekend hours.

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



Position:
Computer Store Aide

Department: CTS

Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Duties include assisting customers in the purchase of computer products including consultation and closing of the sale. Sales experience is preferred. Must be available to workduring normal business hours.

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



Position Title:
Library Aide

Department: Library

Rate of Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Aides in processing books, shelving books and light clerical work. Shifts may include day, evening, late night and/or weekend hours.

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



Position:
Office Assistant

Department: Controller's Office

Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Primary duties are clerical including processing mail, filing, keying invoices into proprietary system, copying, typing, answering phones, and doing errands.

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



Position:
Office Assistant

Department: Communication & Rhetorical Studies

Pay:
$7.25/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description:
Communication students are NOT eligible for this position. This position involves general clerical work. Candidates should have skills in Microsoft Word and Excel. Candidates should be willing to work between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.

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



Position:
Laboratory Student Aide

Department: Biology

Pay:
$8.00/hour

Requirements:
Work Study Award is Required

Description: 
This position is 30 hours per week, M-F, 6 hours per day. Hours must be worked between 8 AM and 5 PM. Duties include cleaning dishware, making chemical solutions, and general lab maintenance.

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



Position:
Educational Program Aide

Department: Brashear Association

Pay: $8.00/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is Required

Description: Assist in management and instruction of school age children in an after school program setting. Excellent experience opportunity for Education/Human Services/Social Work majors. Previous experience working with children a plus. Desired availability is Monday-Thursday 2:30pm-5:30pm.

How to Apply: Come to the Human Resources Office during walk-in hours.



Position:
Family Services Program Aide

Department: Brashear Association

Pay: $8.00/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is Required

Description: Students engaged in the family services programs will be involved in the following tasks:
• Answer phones, direct calls and provide basic information
• Assist with intake and order fulfillment at the agency's food assistance programs
• Complete holiday assistance requests for families over the phone and in person
• Assist with donation facilitation and volunteer recruitment
• Assist employment clients with online job searches and applications

How to Apply: Come to the Human Resources Office during walk-in hours.


Position:
Program Aide

Department: Children's Institute

Pay: $8.00/hour

Requirements: Work Study Award is Required

Description: Working with children who have special needs. Experience or interest in: nursing, special education/early childhood education, OT, PT, SLT, business and IT.

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


On Campus No Work-Study Required Positions

POSITION: Student Aide (May 9, 2016-August 19, 2016)

DEPARTMENT: School of Education

PAY: $7.25/hour

REQUIREMENTS: The position is 25 hours per week within the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

DESCRIPTION: The position involves general clerical work, including: scanning, sorting mail, delivering mail around campus. Candidates should have general computer knowledge.

HOW TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter and resume to Kelly McGinley at mcginleyk@duq.edu. If there are additional questions, please phone 412-396-1559.



POSITION:
Student Accounting Assistant - Part-Time

DEPARTMENT: Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

PAY:
$9/hour for Undergraduate Students and $11/hour for Graduate Students

REQUIREMENTS:
The position is 15-20 hours per week during daytime working hours (M-F). The successful candidate will be an accounting student, in either the Bachelor's or Master's degree programs in Accounting. This position requires excellent administrative and organizational skills, and proficiency with utilizing Microsoft software packages (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint), ability to perform work with efficiency and accuracy, ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with SBDC and university staff.

DESCRIPTION:
The SBDC is a Duquesne University center funded primarily by government and other grants. The student assists the SBDC accountant with recording and tracking expenses, reconciling internal accounting records with the university's system accounts, ordering supplies, reconciling credit card expenses and statements, assist in preparation of financial reports and invoices, assist with form preparation, and conduct other activities as requested.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume and letter of interest to Dr. Mary McKinney, mckinney@duq.edu.



POSITION:
Project Assistant for Duquesne University Center for Green Industries and Sustainable Business Growth-- Part-Time

DEPARTMENT: Small Business Development Center

PAY:
$9/hour for Undergraduate Students and $11/hour for Graduate Students

REQUIREMENTS:
The position is 15-20 hours per week for the fall and spring, 30-35 hours per week for the summer. Candidate must have excellent facility with Microsoft computer programs; facility with multi-media tools and with web site editing and updating. Graduate student preferred with a QPA of 3.0 or above; excellent spoken and written communication and telephone skills; familiarity with business sources and research methodologies. Candidate must be a highly motivated self starter, energetic, able to do work under pressure and prioritize work and be able to perform work under minimal supervision.

DESCRIPTION:
The part time position is responsible for:
1. Recruiting clients through marketing of the programs through design of flyers, phone campaigns, exhibits, speaking, etc
2. Initiating and maintaining social media campaign and keeping website information updated
3. Assisting with writing reports to funding agencies
4. Arranging seminars, workshops and consulting assignments for Center as required
5. Providing primary and secondary industry and client research through the use of current technologies available through Internet, business databases, and other systems; reviewing sources of information including those found in libraries, trade associations, government and economic entities; and through phone interviews;
6. Coordinating with other university departments working on the project

Other duties may include regular office duties such as copy work, word processing, running errands on or off campus, seminar mailings, or other projects as requested

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume and letter of intereste to Dr. Mary McKinney mckinney@duq.edu.



POSITION:
Student Training Assistant

DEPARTMENT: Small Business Development Center

PAY:
$9/hour for Undergradate Students and $11/hour for Graduate Students

REQUIREMENTS:
The position is 15-20 hours per week.
• Proficiency with Office 2010 - Powerpoint, Word, Excel, Publisher, Access
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent organizational and analytical abilities and experience in preparing detailed reports
• Detail-oriented work ethic
• Available mornings (Tue, Wed, & Thurs 8-10 am) and possibly summers

DESCRIPTION:
Develop and implement the delivery of training programs and seminars for the small business community and represent the SBDC at training events and community functions. Specific duties include the following:
• Assist with the planning, organizing and implementing of SBDC training programs. Duties include: planning of schedules, selection of topics, speakers, and co-sponsors; coordination of program logistics; planning and implementing marketing, promotional and public relations activities.
• Responsible for maintaining and entering program attendee information into the program database. This database generates information for all programs, including attendee check in list, nametags and payment info.
• Responsible for providing bi-weekly status reports to Training Manager pertaining to ongoing training programs including information on deliverable hours planned and completed, expenses, current finance and budget status, and direct marketing dates.
• Responsible for maintaining training program files which include: funding source deliverable reports, registration and attendee information, handout materials and budgets.
• Responsible for interacting with Budget Administrator to plan budgets, deposit registration fees, and maintain income statements.
• Assist with the marketing of programs to clients.
• Assist the Front Desk staff as well as consultants with any projects as requested.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resumes to hughesc@duq.edu.



POSITION:
Part-Time Student Clerical Assistant

DEPARTMENT: Small Business Development Center

PAY: $9/hour for Undergraduate Students and $11/hour for Graduate Students

REQUIREMENTS: The position is 20-25 hours per week (M-F). Computer familiarity, specifically Word and Windows software; excellent communication skills. Prior work experience demonstrating ability to perform detail oriented work accurately is 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.

DESCRIPTION: Responsible for providing assistance to the SBDC Director and staff in all office procedures including filing, word processing, writing reports, office recordkeeping and interaction with other staff and university staff. Also responsible for telephone and reception work, including disseminating requests for service and handling seminar registrations during lunch periods, vacations, and as otherwise requested. Duties also include maintaining an inventory of office supplies and ordering supplies when they are needed.

May be asked to perform other office duties such as errands or assisting with high priority office activities.

HOW TO APPLY: Please send resume and statement of interest to Dr. Mary McKinney at mckinney@duq.edu. Campus address: SBDC, 108 Rockwell Hall



POSITION:
Multi-Media & Communications Assistant- Part-Time

DEPARTMENT: Small Business Development Center

PAY:
$9/hour for Undergraduate Students and $11/hour for Graduate Students

REQUIREMENTS:
The position is 20-25 hours per week (M-F). The successful candidate will possess a working knowledge of:
•Microsoft Office Suite, social media
•Photoshop
•Excellent written and oral skills, including an excellent knowledge of business English, spelling, and arithmetic
•Ability to work independently on responsible and confidential assignments
•Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with university and SBDC staff, students, and business clients.
•HTML is a plus

DESCRIPTION:
This person will be responsible for updating, under supervision, the SBDC's website, databases, social media, and email blasts, multi Media skills are essential, as this is the majority of the job. Specific job duties include:
• Update content of multiple websites
• Update social media sites; create new social media venues
• Refresh design aspects of multiple websites
• Update content of databases
• Layouts for email marketing blasts
• Identify, trouble shoot and resolve issues with site functionality
• Use of Word, Publisher, Excel, Power Point, Photoshop
• Front Desk duties regarding customer greeting, phone

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume and work sample (if available) to Dr. Mary McKinney, SBDC Director mckinney@duq.edu.



POSITION:
Human Resources Intern

DEPARTMENT: Office of Human Resource Management

PAY: $12.00/hour

REQUIREMENTS: The position is 11 hours per week.

DESCRIPTION: The Office of Human Resources is seeking a student with an upperclassman status in Accounting or Finance to assist with accounting and audit activities specific to Human Resource processing; Candidate will participate in daily, biweekly and project based audits. Candidate will provide general office assistance and project assistance as needed. Proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite and other related software. Candidate will possess high standards of professionalism, integrity, and ethical conduct.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to Kathy Jaczesko, jaczesko@duq.edu.



POSITION:
Intramural Graduate Assistant

DEPARTMENT: Recreation Department - Intramurals

REQUIREMENTS: Availability to work 20 hours per week, weekdays and weekends

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
A bachelor's degree in Recreation, Kinesiology, Health Promotion or related field. Experience or general knowledge in intramural sport management, supervising employees, training employees/officials, or related area of recreation. Strong planning and organizational skills. Strong communication skills. Experience in research and data collection and reporting. Current Full-Time Graduate student at Duquesne University

DESCRIPTION:
• Assist the Coordinator in the organization and administration of the Intramural Sports Program.
• 20 on-duty hours per week including at least three nights of field/court supervision of events at the Recreation Department  Facilities and weekend activities as assigned.
• Scheduling team sports, individual/dual activities, and special events. As a GA you will be assigned specific team sports, individual/dual activities, and/or special events that you will be held accountable and responsible for each semester.
• Attend and be prepared to report on intramural sports/activities at the bi-weekly Intramural Staff meeting.
• Organize and conduct team captain meetings for assigned sports/activities.
• Coordinate equipment needs and inventory for assigned sports/activities.
• Responsible for marketing of the overall program (i.e. flyers, brochures, handouts, marketing tables) to the campus community as well as recruiting student staff (officials, supervisors, etc.).
• Attend disciplinary meetings for assigned sports/activities. Accurately record participant incidents and discuss all issues with Coordinator of Intramurals.
• Record keeping: team standings, team power rankings, sportsmanship points, sport summaries/fact folders, payroll reports, etc.
• Responsible for individual sport Champions, Player of the Week, and Power Madness Final Four teams pictures and team write-ups to place on website and bulletin boards.
• Assist the Coordinator of Intramural Sports with program planning and evaluation, revision of rules, staff development, and revision of all policies and procedures.
• Develop and conduct training clinics (under direction of the Coordinator) for assigned sports.
• Update Training Clinic Information Books and Official's Manuals.
• Supervise and schedule student staff (supervisor, sport officials, etc.).
• Track student staff work schedule, performance, call-offs, and development within the program
• Assist the Coordinator of Intramurals with keeping an accurate account of the Intramural budget and allocated fees.
• Assist with the development, organization, and supervision of the Intramural Sports Council.
• Facility management responsibilities as assigned. Should be available to close and open the facility and supervise Intramural Sports as assigned by the Director.
• Must be available to work early mornings, late nights, holidays and weekends.
• Assist with Recreation Department projects.
• Oversight of all student aides (both Intramural and attendants) while on duty.
• Other duties as assigned by the Coordinator of Intramurals and/or the Director.
• Work during special events held within the Recreation

HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, contact information for at least three references, and resume to the Recreation Department 314 Power Center or email documents to Timothy Fung, Coordinator of Intramurals/Club Sports at fungt@duq.edu by Wednesday, April 13, 2016.