P/T Jr. Office Assistant, Physical Education. The P/T Jr. Office Assistant will provide clerical support, greeting visitors, students, and guests, in person or via phone. S/he will have knowledge of activities in the building, programs, facilities, rental information, athletic programs, etc. S/he will also organize and coordinate the work of full time and adjunct faculty as well as initiate telecommunications for full-time and adjunct faculty. The P/T Jr. Office Assistant maintains office inventory and the departmental schedules via the calendar of building activities. The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a high school or equivalency diploma. Strong interpersonal and computer skills are required. The work schedule is up to 28 hours per week, with flexibility required. $8.00/hour. No benefits.
P/T Jr. Administrative Assistant, Administrative Services. The P/T Jr. Administrative Assistant will exercise administrative judgment in relieving principals of administrative details, providing information to employees and others, answering questions in person, over the phone, via e-mail, etc. The Assistant will be responsible for performing clerical and secretarial duties, including filing and ordering supplies. S/he will have access to supervisors’ calendars and prepare important and confidential correspondence, reports, charts, contracts, etc., including budget documents, requisitions, invoices, etc. using various automated systems, applications, and formatting techniques. The incumbent acts as a liaison within and between departments and with the public, as necessary. S/he will perform other duties, as assigned.
The successful candidate must possess a high school or general equivalency diploma and five years of experience where the primary function of the position was in a staff or administrative support capacity, or where the primary function of the position was supervision of clerical positions. The ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, is required. The ability to effectively use computer applications such as word processing, calendar, e-mail and database software in performing work assignments is also required. The work schedule will be up to 28 hours per week, with flexibility required. $11.00 per hour. No benefits.
P/T Secretary I-Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks a motivated candidate interested in working in a fast-paced work environment. We seek a P/T Secretary I who will support the dean, faculty and students of the college. This individual will work as part of a team in compiling and preparing reports, developing and maintaining electronic and paper filing systems and performing a variety of complex word processing, office support and clerical tasks.
The successful candidate must possess a high school or equivalency diploma and four years of experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of clerical functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems. Ideal candidates will have excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work on a team, and high-level computer skills. The work schedule will be up to 28 hours per week. $9.80/hour. No benefits.
P/T Secretary I (Purchasing Department). The Purchasing department seeks a P/T Secretary I who will perform routine clerical tasks such as filing, answering phones, typing various documents, copying, receiving, opening, screening and sorting incoming mail as well as prepare outgoing mail and materials, and deliver contracts and other sensitive documents for executive signature and/or review. The Secretary will electronically process purchase orders, RFQ’s, bids, purchase requisitions, etc.; maintain the departmental filing system numerically and alphabetically for departmental requisitions, purchase orders and vendors to ensure rapid retrieval for College, vendor or auditing purposes. S/he will also assist in the daily bid openings and independently conduct public bid openings in the absence of Purchasing Staff Assistant and prepare tabulations sheets on open bids for buyers as requested. Providing office coverage, as needed, including performing duties of the Staff Assistant, are among additional responsibilities.
The successful candidate must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and four years of related experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of secretarial functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems. S/he must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Explorer. No benefits. $9.80/hour, Monday-Friday. Max: 28 hours per week.
P/T Technical Assistant (Computers), Ossining Extension Center. The P/T Technical Assistant (Computers) will assist faculty, students, and staff in the preparation and support of academic duties. S/he will maintain computer equipment and inventory control within the Ossining Extension Center. S/he will also provide assistance in student support services.
A High School Diploma or equivalent as well as a minimum of 1 year of computer technical experience is required. The work schedule is 4 days a week: Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. No benefits. $11/hr.
P/T Secretary I, Business Office. The P/T Secretary will provide information regarding established policies, procedures and practices to employees, clients, students, the public and others, answering questions in person, over the phone, via e-mail, etc. S/he will compose, prepare and enter important data and confidential correspondence, reports, charts, contracts, etc., such as budget documents, contracts, employee personnel & payroll records, requisitions, invoices, etc. using various automated systems and applications and formatting techniques. S/he answers telephones, responds to requests for information and directs inquiries to the appropriate staff member. S/he will also open & screen mail and emails independently, routing the same with background material, as necessary. Additional responsibilities include processing payments for purchase orders and payment vouchers; contacting vendors regarding invoice submissions; and maintaining departmental files, records, mailing lists and other source documents in accordance with departmental procedures. The Secretary may perform internal administrative support tasks such as departmental budget preparation and control, and the requisitioning of office supplies.
The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a high school or equivalency diploma and four years of experience where the primary function of the position was the performance of clerical functions, two years of which involved the use of word processing and other automated systems. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel strongly preferred. This is an hourly position with a work schedule of up to 28 hours per week. $9.80/hour. No benefits.
P/T Office Assistant (Word Processing) – Mt. Vernon Extension Center. The Mount Vernon Extension Center seeks an incumbent to act as an assistant to the office administrator or director, performing a wide variety of tasks. S/he will provide clerical and office support using word processing equipment. Independent judgment may be exercised occasionally, when routine matters or clearly defined policies are involved.
The successful candidate must possess a high school or equivalency diploma and three years of experience where the primary function of the position was performing general office/clerical work, one year of which must have included the use of a typewriter and/or a word processor to produce correspondence, forms, reports, or other documents, and the maintenance of records. This position requires a full range of skills in the operation of word processing equipment, maximizing equipment capability in compiling statistical information for various reports, setting up and maintaining automated records and filing systems, and compiling information for management needs. Familiarity with PeopleSoft and the student registration process is strongly preferred.
This is an hourly position with a work schedule of Fridays: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm with additional back-up flexibility on other weekdays and/or evenings. $8.8.0/hour. No benefits.
P/T Cleaner/Janitor-2 Positions, Center for the Arts. The Westchester Community College Center for the Arts, located in White Plains, NY at the Westchester County Center, seeks two (2) P/T Cleaners. Under supervision, the incumbent will clean, sanitize, and re-stock small men’s and women’s bathrooms, including sinks, toilets, urinals, floors, and waste receptacles each shift. The successful candidate will empty and re-line trash and recycling bins each day. He or she will also perform the classroom set-up of furniture, including painting easels, kraft paper, and model stands, as needed, each shift. He or she will sweep and mop each of thirteen studios around class schedules, including chalk and white board cleaning. S/he will replenish paper towel and soap receptacles, as needed. S/he will also vacuum, sweep and mop the front entry and corridors each shift and clean unscheduled spills and messes. Neat and clean public spaces, restrooms, offices, and classrooms are required during all hours of operation, including during daytime, evening, and Saturday classes.
The successful candidate must be reliable and punctual. He or she must able to follow directions & schedules and work independently. Janitorial or cleaning experience is preferred. The successful candidate must be able to lift 50 pounds. This is an hourly position with a work schedule of 20 hours per week, $8 per hour. Daytime hours: Monday – Friday. No benefits.
Senior Tutors, Academic Support Center. The Academic Support Center seeks Senior Tutors for writing, ESL, and reading. A BA/BS degree is required. A minimum of 1 year of tutoring experience within an educational setting is strongly preferred. The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills. Knowledge of the Microsoft Office is required. Hours: day and/or evening. $13.00/hour. No benefits.
Tutor needed for writing, reading and ESL. Bachelors degree and one year experience in an educational setting, tutoring under-prepared students.
Math tutor needed for developmental and college level courses. BA/BS degree and one year of experience in an educational setting is required. $13/hr, flexible hours.
Senior Tutors: The Academic Support Center seeks Senior Tutors for biology, chemistry, writing, ESL, math, and reading. A BA/BS degree and a minimum of 1 year of tutoring experience within an educational setting are required. The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills. Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite is required. Hours: day and/or evening, 10 + hours per week. Hourly wage: $13.00 per hour.
Technical Assistants in Continuing Education Computer Classes
Technical Assistants to support the non-credit computing classes in Continuing Education in Valhalla. These are hourly, as-needed positions that pay $11/hour. Work assignments are made on a course-by-course basis according to the current semester schedule. Classes begin and end at various times during the term and are of varying length and frequency of meeting. Day, evening, and weekend assignments are available. Requires HS diploma, one year of computer related work experience, solid computer skills in MS Office apps. Send resume and letter of interest to Mary Beth Jerry, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for Financial and Economic Education
Consultant: Personal Finance Coach
Westchester Community College is seeking the services of an independent contract consultant operating with a federal employer tax identification number for a term of 8 months to provide financial coaching and training for students involved in a new personal finance and career opportunity program starting in the fall of 2014. This program is supported by a grant from a major financial institution. No benefits provided.
The scope of work will include: Conducting one-on-one coaching sessions with students in the program to help them develop a financial plan, including a budget and specific goals for saving, reducing debt and building credit; helping to recruit and enroll students for the program via campus events; assisting in the design and delivery of workshops and online presentations; establishing a system to track progress for each participant; and delivering specific student outcomes as per grant objectives.
Preferred background includes: Three to five years of experience in financial education, credit counseling, student advising, or other relevant areas with financial institutions or in the nonprofit sector; experience teaching the basics of personal finance and conducting workshop presentations; certification in Credit Counseling, Financial Counseling, Housing Counseling, or Financial Coaching.
Send resume and letter of interest to Suzanne Matthews, Director of the Center for Financial and Economic Education: email@example.com. Phone: 914-606-5627.
Letters, resumes, transcripts, and references to:
Westchester Community College
75 Grasslands Road
Valhalla, NY 10595
or email Word documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. Position of interest must be on envelope or in email “subject” field. Positions are open until filled. AA/EOE.