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Northwest Missouri State University

Student Employment Program - Job Description

Job Title

Computer Lab Consultant


PEU Assessment

Job Description

To provide assistance to Education faculty and students in the use of an electronic file data assessment system.

Duties and Responsibilities : Work with students one on one and occasionally in small groups on setting up and uploading assessment artifacts; Responsible for the conversion of current hard copy files into electronic format; Developing an electronic file structure used for organizing student files for the College of Education and Human Services; Assist as needed with computer related tasks; Other duties as assigned.

Must be able to:

  • Express information clearly, both orally and written, in a manner that others can follow
  • Must be able to patiently and clearly answer questions about technical information and communicate technical information in user-friendly terms and language.

Critical/Creative Thinking and Problem Solving:
Must be able to:

  • Trouble shoot simple hardware and software problems
  • Receive general instructions and complete projects independently
  • Answer questions or refer customers to the appropriate source for information

Must have:

  • Ability to use most recent Microsoft Office features, especially Excel
  • Must also have ability to learn new applications quickly and then instruct others in their use

Self-Directed Learning:
Must have ability to:

  • Work unsupervised
  • Recognize, initiate, and complete various tasks
  • Maintain a professional attitude

Competence in a Discipline:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the Teacher Education Program

Personal/Social Development:

  • Exhibit patience, professionalism, and courtesy
  • Also must be able to address large crowds effectively while providing training

Team Work/Team Leading:
Must have a(n):

  • Willingness to learn from and train others
  • Ability to work positively with others


  • Must have ability to work with diverse population

Cultural Enrichment:

  • Understand, accept, and appreciate different cultures


Minimum Cumulative 2.0 GPA; Experience with Windows 2010 and Office 2010; Evidence of the expected competencies listed above.

Wage Rate


Hours Available

10 Hours/Week; Summer trimester only. 

Start Date

May 11, 2015

Application Deadline

May 6, 2015; Please complete the attached application


Michael McBride


350 Administration Building




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