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  • Job starts
    05/02/22
  • Job ends
  • Work schedule
  • Pay Level B
    $13.00 starting wage

Major job duties

Job Description:

Coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Student Parent Center and the Food for Thought Food Pantry. Due to the pandemic, this position will require the ability to work both remotely and on-campus. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing front desk/reception assistance including: filing, answering phones and other phone communication, greeting students and other visitors to the space(s) and directing them as needed, assist with check-in and check-out and intake process, copying, faxing, mailings and more 
  • Updating resource information, brochures, newsletters, and social media accounts 
  • Assist with programming efforts related to the Student Parent Center and the Food for Thought Pantry
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment by ensuring that the space in the Food Pantry and Student Parent Center are clean and organized
  • Organize and stock the food pantry and make sure that items follow food safety regulations
  • Help with food pantry delivery
  • Aid with special projects and tasks
  • Other duties as assigned as needed
  • Assist with programming efforts related to the Student Parent Center and the Food for Thought Pantry
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment by ensuring that the space in the Food Pantry and Student Parent Center are clean and organized
  • Organize and stock the food pantry and make sure that items follow food safety regulations
  • Help with food pantry delivery
  • Aid with special projects and tasks
  • Other duties as assigned as needed

Qualifications and experience

Currently considering Undergraduate students only:

  • Effective written and oral communication skills including professional communications using email, telephone, and personal interactions
  • Experience working in a diverse and inclusive environment
  • Proficient with Microsoft programs - preparing correspondence, marketing materials, newsletters, data entry, etc.
  • General familiarity with office equipment
  • Comfortable conducting research and outreach
  • Ability to work independently and/or as a team member
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Dependable and organized
  • Have some knowledge or experience in the field of human services and or providing support to individuals facing barriers to their basic-needs
  • Able to lift up to 25 pounds

To apply

Send resume and cover letter to LaShawnda.Ford@metrostate.edu