General Purpose: General office and customer service duties in support of the SKYCTC Transpark Center faculty, staff, and student body.
This job pays $10.00 an hour and maximum of 20 hours per week. You will report to your supervisor at the Transpark.
Attend front desk and assist with student needs
Answer the phone, take messages, or transfer as needed
Photocopy and file student, faculty, and staff record
Photocopy and file purchasing and other business documents
Create documents with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Publisher) for staff and faculty
Photocopy, fax, and scan documents for faculty and students as needed
Create basic advising folders for SOAR
Maintain Employment Opportunity notification board and binder
Organize and exhibit new/ongoing and remove outdated college posters and advertising materials
Ensure college literature is available to students and visitors and displayed neatly
Retrieve and disseminate postal mail
Assist with set up and clean-up of events hosted by the Transpark
Additional duties as needed
Must have a completed FAFSA on file;have to be eligible for FWS; have to be enrolled in at least 6 (six) hours; and must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by federal financial aid guidelines.
Problem Solving: Problems are different, but tend to come up often. Check with supervisor if none of the regularly established procedures fix the problem.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Has no authority for the supervision of others.
Oversight and Direction: Receives sufficient supervision working from objectives set by supervisor. Organizes and carries out most assignments in accordance with standard practice, instructions or previous training.
Internal Number: 69346
About KCTCS - Kentucky Community and Technical College System
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is the newest postsecondary education institution in the Commonwealth. KCTCS was created by the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997 (House Bill 1). Our 16 colleges and more than 70 campuses are deeply rooted in the educational history and tradition of Kentucky.