The ITC Helpdesk team member serves as the first point of contact for Students, Faculty and Staff that are seeking technical assistance over the phone and email. The team member works with the IT team to create service requests, assists with troubleshooting, provides Tips & Tricks training and communication for the ITC department. Individuals interested in working part-time as a IT Helpdesk Team Member should complete the on-campus application and submit it to the ITC or HR departments.
The Office of Communications and Marketing is seeking a full-time photographer. We are seeking a hard worker that is willing to learn and exceed expectation. The photographer attends and captures photos for all NOBTS & Leavell College events, conferences, and other important meetings. Duties also include capturing classroom, campus life, and student life content. Must be skilled in adobe and prepared to work nights and weekends as assigned. Must be confident in all light situations and must be able to edit quickly for real time content. 1-2 years experience preferred. If interested, please contact Joseph Duke at email@example.com.
The requirements are being able to work 18-24 hrs per week; applicants should be 21 or turning 21 in the calendar year. Responsibilities include taking calls for service, dispatching the Patrol Officer to calls for service, signing in guests at the guardhouse, and enforcing laws and school policies on campus. Applicants should be comfortable with firearms or willing to learn.
The operations department is looking to fill positions in the following areas: Carpentry, Grounds, Janitorial, Painters, HVAC, and Plumbing
The Network Assistant works with the Network Administrator and is responsible for diagnostics, maintenance, and support of the campus networks. The Network Assistant provides technical support and troubleshooting assistance to end users with regards to network connectivity, security, system backups and virus protection. This position also works with other Technology Specialists in troubleshooting hardware and software issues as needed to support end users of NOBTS technology. This position can be part-time (28 hours) or full-time (40 hours).
The Web Administrator manages all NOBTS-registered websites, managed primarily in the Cascade database application. This is a part-time (28 hours/week) position in the ITC office.
The Early Learning Center is looking to hire for part- and full-time positions. As part of the ELC staff, you would be able to help care for and teach children from 6 months to 5 years old and make a difference by being a Christian influence for the next generation. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (504) 816-8585.
Recreation Staff ensures our members have a clean, safe, and organized environment, as well as, helping with organizing and working sporting events. Job responsibilities include: checking in and out members, cleaning and organizing Recreation Center equipment, cleaning and organizing different areas of the Recreation Center, helping with intramural and sporting events, along with any other request of the Recreation Director. Applicants need to be available to work during the weekday REC hours & occasional Saturday shift, able to work during the academic school year, and must be able to lift 15-45 lbs. Preferably, applicants should be 18 years or older, able to work morning and/or afternoon shift, have some customer service and recreation/sports experience.
The mail clerk position is a part-time position (28 hours per week). Duties include sorting mail and basic customer service at the point of sale.
This is a part-time position (28 hours per week). The housekeeper would clean and ready rooms for guests of the Providence Guest House.
This is a part-time position (24-28 hours per week). Applicant must be at 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Responsibilities include: watching cameras during business hours, being comfortable carrying a firearm if 21 yrs or older, basic computer skills (familiarity with Google applications and navigating Windows), assisting with Campus Police duties, and working special events on campus.
The Financial Aid Administrative Assistant's primary role is to help students with their financial situation as they pursue an education from NOBTS and to assist the Financial Aid Director as needed. You will spend the majority of your time (20 hours per week) on the phone, answering emails, or talking with students that come in with questions. Other duties in the office may include working with the director to process NOBTS scholarships, maintaining student files, keeping the website and job board/employment opportunities page updated, and various other office tasks as needed.
Student Advisors serve as the main line of communication between students and the institution regarding course schedules, semester scheduling planning, and their academic progress. Student Advisors will work closely with the Registrar's Office and will be responsible for working with students to finish their preparation for ministry in a timely manner. Responsibilities include making phone calls, updating student's academic progress, and other basic administrative tasks. As this job works with student records, a student advisor must work with confidential information. This job is part-time with flexible hours.
Cafe New Orleans is looking to hire a part-time barista. Cafe New Orleans is a fast paced environment where you have the opportunity to serve and meet professors and students alike. We focus on quality coffee, merchandise sales, pastry items, and catering for on campus events and meetings. If you feel you would be a fit for our team we would love for you to send in an application!
The Institutional Advancement Office is looking for a part-time office assistant (28 hours). This person is responsible for clerical support which includes filing, entering data, scanning, running errands and answering phone calls. This person needs basic office skills including Microsoft Word and Excel. Some light lifting may be required.
The Development and Communications Specialist collaborates with the Development Team to promote NOBTS and Leavell College in various online and print media. The Specialist manages projects supporting the development efforts of the organization, coordinating projects where a third-party vendor is involved. The Specialist will write and produce marketing materials; identify new opportunities for digital marketing; prospect potential donors; and assist with grant applications and donor reports - enhancing NOBTS and Leavell College donor communications.
The primary responsibility of the position is to provide administrative and clerical support to the Head of Technical Services and Cataloging. This position requires excellent organizational skills and high attention to detail. Proficiency with Microsoft Word required. Employees move boxes and push heavy carts, as well as move items up/down stairs. Data entry requires extended periods of sitting. Many special projects include the use of approved cleaning agents. Archived, rare, and older materials may expose one to allergens.
The Graduate Assistant Registrar assists the Registrar's Office in all tasks pertaining to graduate students' matriculation, registration, and graduation. Regular tasks include scheduling courses, verifying students for graduation, advising students, and evaluating transcripts. Candidates should demonstrate excellent customer service and communication skills, attention to detail, and a teamwork mentality. The Graduate Assistant Registrar is a full-time position.