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CO-OPS + CAREERS relies on the support of student employees to make our office run efficiently. Our Office Assistants support both employers and students by being the face of the office at the front desk. Our WITwear Assistants support students by providing a positive retail experience at our WITwear clothes borrowing closet.

All positions for the Fall 2018 Semester are now filled.

Please check back in December.


Office Assistant

Roles and Responsibilities

Provide assistance at reception area to all visitors:  employers, faculty, students and alumni.  Greet guests, help them to register their appointments via a swipe system or add them manually.  Let Advisors know when appointments have arrived.  Help students to schedule appointments.  Assist employers with their needs during their on-campus visits.  Assist staff with projects and errands.

Qualifications

Excellent communication skills:  listening, speaking.  Critical thinking skills; easily understand what is being requested to appropriately respond to needs. Advanced skills using Microsoft Word, Excel.  Ability to juggle multiple requests and to proactively seek work during slower times.

Pay rate:  $11.00/hour

Supervisor and Contact Information

Lauren Creamer, creamerl@wit.edu.

Federal work-study; preferred. Leopardwork; considered, but not given preference.


WITwear Assistant

Roles and Responsibilities

Manage student clothes borrowing program for career- and school-related events.  Housed in Evans Way/Tudbury, you will help to maintain the closet by taking inventory, working with student clients to help them choose an outfit to wear, checking them out, and recording the transactions.  Receive clothing when returned and re-inventory items.  Send items to be dry cleaned between each usage.

Qualifications

Prior retail clothing experience is plus. Excellent communication skills: listening, speaking.  Ability to work with little supervision and follow protocols.

Pay rate:  $11.00/hour

Supervisor and Contact Information

Lauren Creamer, creamerl@wit.edu.

Federal work-study only.