Community Conservation Corps Student Fellow, Sustainability Office. Duties: The fellow will analyze data collected by Furman's weatherization program, the Community Conservation Corps. The fellow will generate conclusions regarding the energy saved, money saved, and CO2 avoided as a result of weatherization. The fellow will accompany the CCC Program Coordinator to home weatherizations, help to coordinate Furman student volunteers, and perform other basic office tasks for the CCC. This fellowship includes a seat on the Poinsett Corridor Task Force that will meet each week. Qual: An interest in energy efficiency and data analysis is required, and comfort using Excel is a plus. Hours: 8-10 hours per week. Pay: $7.50-$8.50 per hour. Contact: Andy Wallin, at email@example.com. (12/9)
IT Service Center Assistant, Information Technology Services. Duties: Assist students, faculty and staff with computer problems and other technology requests. Typical responsibilities include assistance configuring computers for access to the network, answering general hardware and software questions, configuring Bradford and antivirus and setting up multimedia equipment as requested. Qual: Must be comfortable with technology and provide excellent customer service. Work hours may include evenings and weekends. Hours: 10-15 hours per week. MUST ATTEND training beginning 08/19/13 and Freshman Installs beginning 08/22/14. Pay: $9.00 per hour. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. (12/5)
Laundry Truck Attendants for Spring 2014,
Furman Garment Care Program. Duties: Scanning laundry and dry cleaning
into our computerized tracking system as students drop off and pick up
their laundry. Registering students for laundry and dry cleaning
service, answering the phone and returning messages, keeping the truck
clean and organized and being a friendly point of contact for students.
Hours: Based on your schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday between 10:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Pay: $11.00 per hour. Contact: Apply at
The Office of Disability Services provides note taking assistance to
students who are registered in the office. Duties: Take notes for
classes that you are attending. Qual: Must be enrolled in the class and
attend on a regular basis, have a GPA of no less than 2.8, have good
penmanship or be willing to type the notes outside of class and be able
to follow the rules outlined on the Note Taker Information Sheet. A
student may be a note taker in more than one class. Hours: Varies;
based on the class you are enrolled in. Pay: $100 per semester; to be
paid at the end of the semester. The pay is prorated if the student
taking the notes or the student receiving the notes drops the class.
Contact: Come to the Student Employment Office to receive a list of
classes that need a note-taker.
On-Campus Tutors, Academic Assistant Office, lower level of the Library. Duties: Tutoring Furman students in subject specific areas of study. All subjects are needed. There is a high need for Statistics, Computer Science, Math and Chemistry. Qual: Must complete one semester at Furman University and have a "B" or higher in the class, transfer equivalency or AP credit accepted. Hours: Hours are not guaranteed; work is based on need. Pay: $7.55 per hour. Contact: email@example.com.
Tutors for the America Reads/America Counts Tutoring Program, area elementary schools and YMCA After-School Programs (80-100 needed). Duties: Tutoring elementary age students from kindergarten to sixth grade in reading and math. Qual: Must be dependable. Will need to follow the dress code for Greenville County Public Schools (shirt/blouse, jeans, and sneakers). Hours: Flexible, based on your schedule. Pay: $8.00 to $11.00 per hour based on the program location. Contact: Please sign up in the Student Employment Office. MUST HAVE FEDERAL WORK STUDY ELIGIBILITY.