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Northeastern Junior College - Office of Financial Aid 
970-521-6800 
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Work Study Position Information 

Work study positions are available to those who qualify. In order to apply for a work study position, you'll need to complete your FAFSA. If you've completed your FAFSA, look over the positions and their descriptions below. Take note of those that interest you and complete the work study application by selecting the apply button at the bottom of the page. You'll have to ability to select your top four preferences on the application.

Position Descriptions

 

Equine Management Fair Grounds - Office Assistant: Computer skills, some typing and filing. Must have transportation. Prefer equine management or equine science major.

Equine Management Fair Grounds - Stable Hand: Maintenance of horse corrals, cleaning and maintenance of barn area. Able to groom horses and move hay. Prefer equine management or equine science major. Qualifications: must be able to physically operate a skid steer.

Agriculture - Rodeo Stock Feeding: Feeding, watering and care of practice stock. Set-up, teardown and general maintenance of livestock facility. Hauling of feed, grain and equipment. Qualifications: mush have own vehicle, cell phone, and enrolled in rodeo techniques.

Campus Safety and Security - Security Monitor: Monitor E.S. French Hall entrances/exits. Prevent unapproved/unlawful entry. Observe activities to protect the safety and security of students and property. Weekend hours: Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sun. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Good observation skills and communication skills (written/verbal).

Event Center Athletics - Women's Volleyball Assistant Manager: This position will be responsible for attending all practices to run clock and take stats. Game time also includes taking stats and set-up to include water, towels, uniform check-in and check-out.

Event Center Athletics - Women's Soccer Assistant Manager: This position will be responsible for attending all practices to run clock and take stats. Game time also includes taking stats and set-up to include water, towels, uniform check-in and check-out.

Biology Department - BIO 201 & BIO 202 Lab Exam Tutor: Set-up/monitor evening lab exam study sessions. Assist instructor in procuring appropriate specimens for the lab exams. Requirements: earned an 85% of better in BIO 201 & BIO 202, able to work Monday and Tuesday evenings, have good people skills, and help students prepare for exams.

Physical Plant - Office Assistant: Assist with general office duties and other tasks as needed. Candidate must be computer literate, have good work ethic, academically strong, able to handle confidential information appropriately, detail oriented and self-motivated.

Physical Plant - Custodial Assistant: This position consists of sweeping hallways/classrooms, cleaning out trash containers and replacing trash liners, cleaning whiteboards in classrooms, spot clean fingerprints on glass doors/windows and walls, and vacuuming carpets and entrance mats.

Physical Plant - Grounds Maintenance: Knowledge of operating power equipment, tractors, mowers and other grounds equipment. Must be able to lift 50 lbs., follow written and verbal instruction, and work in hot or cold weather conditions.

Alumni Office - Alumni Association Student Assistant: The student assistant will work cooperatively with the alumni executive director in carrying out the activities of the Alumni Association and the Alumni Heritage Center.

Information Technology - Intern: Detail oriented, motivated and have strong work ethic. Familiar with current Windows Operating Systems. Training will occur in the installation and troubleshooting of hardware. Must be able to lift 5-50 lbs., bend, and climb.