This website is best viewed in a browser that supports web standards.

Skip to content or, if you would rather, Skip to navigation.

Northwest Missouri State University


Student Employment Program - Job Description

Job Title

Computer Lab Consultant

Department

PEU Assessment

Job Description

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

Communications:
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

Computer:
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:
Must:

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

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

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

Multicultural:

  • Must have ability to work with diverse population

Cultural Enrichment:

  • Understand, accept, and appreciate different cultures

Qualifications

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

Wage Rate

$7.75

Hours Available

10 Hours/Week

Start Date

January 13, 2014

Application Deadline

November 15, 2013; Please complete the attached application.

Supervisor

Michael McBride

Address

373 Administration Building

Phone

660-562-1089

Email

mam77@nwmissouri.edu

Contact the Supervisor to apply for this position. Apply for positions for which you meet the qualifications.