POOL - Student Hourly - 9495BR
POOL - Student Hourly
Recital Monitors - Responsible for staffing all School of Music performances, at various times and in various venues. Recital Monitors are responsible for set-up and tear-down of performance stages. They act as stage crew and attendance counters for School of Music performances. For additional info: Brock Babcock, email@example.com
Recording Monitors - Responsible for recording School of Music concerts and events in several venues. Transportation, set-up and tear-down of recording systems are necessary. In-studio work is also required for delivery of final products to performers and faculty. For additional info: Brock Babcock, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Assistant - Assist the Communication office with general office duties, including telephone and visitor reception, word processing, filing, copying, data entry, mailing, and other duties as requested. Provide faculty support as needed or requested. The successful candidate must commit to a set schedule for the semester. For additional info: Laura McCorkill, 785-864-9864, email@example.com
- Undergraduate School of Music major at the University of Kansas with excellent written communication skills as evidenced in application materials. Dependable work history.
- Punctuality and professionalism, willingness to help others, and ability to learn job quickly.
Additional Candidate Instructions
- Application review begins on July 31,2017.
Student appointments may be either undergraduate or graduate students. Exceptions to the minimum enrollment requirements that are granted for GTA/GRA/GA appointments DO NOT apply to student hourly appointments.
During the semester term of the student hourly appointment, the student hourly must be enrolled in no fewer than 6 credit hours.
For summer periods the student must:
1. have been enrolled in no less than 6 hours in the past spring semester, or
2. be pre-enrolled in upcoming fall semester in no less than 6 hours, or
3. be enrolled in summer session, or
4. be admitted to study in the upcoming fall semester