Front Desk Student Worker - Work Study - 11095BR

Front Desk Student Worker - Work Study

International Student Services
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Position Overview

Job Description

  • Greet and receive visitors, students, faculty, staff, etc.
  • Receive and transfer phone calls and messages.
  • Schedule appointments.
  • General clerical duties such as filing, typing letters or documents, scanning, faxing, photocopying, shredding and stocking office supply cabinet.
  • Assist other office personnel with projects when needed.
  • Maintain neatness in the office (straighten publications and bookshelves, dusting, watering plants, recycling).
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

1. Awarded and accepted Federal Work Study for the 2017-2018 academic year.
2. Enrollment at KU in at least six (6) hours for the spring 2018 semester.
3. Available to work various 2 hour shifts during the work week (Monday – Friday) from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
4. Available to work during summer break (June – August, 2018) and eligible for summer Federal Work Study.

Preferred Qualifications

1. Activities and interaction involving international students that demonstrate multi-cultural sensitivity, as evidenced by application materials.
2. Reception experience.
3. Familiarity with scanning documents.
4. Familiarity with Word, Excel, Outlook.

Additional Candidate Instructions

Submit an on-line application, answer the questions in the on-line questionnaire, attach a copy of your cover letter outlining your qualifications and a resume/curriculum vitiate.

Contact Information to Applicants

Regina Sherrill, 785-864-3617,

Advertised Salary Range

$8.00 per hour

Anticipated Start Date


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