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Work Study Job Listings 

Helena College offers Montana State and Federal Work Study Programs. The Work Study Programs provide on- and off-campus employment opportunities to students in order to help meet their educational expenses. Work Study is student employment that is part of a total financial aid award based upon financial need. Students must be eligible in order to qualify for employment. For questions regarding eligibility and applications, please contact the Work Study Coordinator or contact the Financial Aid Office.

Students who participate in the Work Study Program receive a paycheck on the 1st and the 15th of each month. Students earn their Work Study award on an hourly basis, the same way they would at a regular job. Contact the Financial Aid Office for applications.

For more information regarding the Work Study Program at Helena College, please review the Student Employment Handbook.

Available Positions for 2017-2018

Admissions and Records
Department: Admissions & Registrar’s Office
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 15-20 hours/week
Position(s) Available: 1
Contact: Brenda Johnson, Assistant Registrar—447-6910

Duties: This position is expected to provide customer service, answer phones concerning both admissions and registration, as well as perform general office duties. Those duties include but are not limited to: filing and handling confidential information, processing and entering new data into our information system (documents include new applications, transcripts, current and new student information, etc.), making copies, editing documents, mailings, and shredding.

Child Care Connections
Date Posted: 4/7/17
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Hours: up to 20 hours per week
Contact: Karina Moulton, Work Study Coordinator--447-6915

Duties: General office duties, please see attached.

Computer Lab Monitor
Department: Computer Technology
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 12 hours per week
Position(s) Available: 4-5
Contact: Bryon Steinwand, Computer Technology Instructor—447-6967

Duties: Monitor computer lab and assist students with connecting to network recourses. Enforce food and drink rules in computer lab; ensure lab is vacated when lab is over; assist students in connecting to network recourses; notify maintenance of any problems with facilities; notify IT or CT program of hardware or software issues; assist CT program with software upgrades to lab computers, as well as other duties as assigned.

CT Network Administrator
Department: Computer Technology
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 12 hours per week
Position(s) Available: 1-2
Contact: Bryon Steinwand; Computer Technology Instructor—447-6967

Duties: Include the following: installation of server; configuration of server software; installation of software updates, and configuration of physical server layout.  Setup and configure all student servers to support course work. Evaluate and/or recommend purchases of computers, network hardware, peripheral equipment, and software; investigate user problems, identify their source, determine possible solutions, test and implement solutions; install, configure, and maintain student servers running Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2, Ubuntu 15, or OPENSUSE 12 operating systems, perform software installation, and upgrades; maintain Microsoft Academic Alliance licenses for department/organization; plan and implement network security, including building firewalls, applying cryptography to network applications, managing host security, file permissions, backup and disaster recovery plans, file system integrity, and adding and deleting users; ensure timely user notification of maintenance requirements and effects on system availability; investigate, recommend and install enhancements and operating procedures that optimize network availability; maintain confidentiality with regard to the information being processed, stored or accessed by the network; document network configuration and problems and resolutions for future reference; as well as other duties as assigned.

Diesel Shop Assistant
Department: Diesel Technology
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Airport Campus
Hours: 5-10 hours per week; generally 4:00pm-6:00pm (may be negotiated with Diesel faculty)
Position(s) Available: 1
Contact: Rick Purcell, Diesel Technology Instructor—447-6366

Description: At the request of the Diesel technology faculty, perform duties that may include, shop equipment maintenance, tool repair, lab set up, tool room organization, etc. Applicants must be self-motivated and be able to track their hours worked properly.

Other qualifications: This position requires heavy lifting at times and a need for certification to operate a lift truck (this training will be given after employment).

Fire and Rescue General Maintenance
Department: Fire and Rescue
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 5-10 per week
Position(s) Available: 1
Contact: Mike Wiederhold, Fire & Rescue Program Director—447-6982

Duties: Must be familiar with fire and emergency services equipment operation and maintenance, perform minor maintenance, cleaning, fueling of vehicles, hose washing and drying, filling of air cylinders and other duties within qualification of student.

Fire and Rescue Office Assistant
Department: Fire and Rescue
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 5-10 per week
Position(s) Available: 1
Contact: Mike Wiederhold, Fire & Rescue Program Director—447-6982

Duties: This position entails filing, typing, bulletin board maintenance, inventory control, and maintaining the department budget control spreadsheets, etc.

Faulty Support Desk
Department: General Education
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: up to 20 hours per week
Position(s) available: 2-3
Contact: Robyn Kiesling, General Education & Transfer Division Chair—447-6930\

Duties: Perform a variety of routine clerical, reception, and office support functions; performs other related duties as required. The employee will maintain the office environment by assisting students, staff, and faculty with exam proctoring, copying, special projects, scheduling, and other duties as assigned. The employee may be asked to participate in special events planning and preparation. This person will assist Helena College staff with various projects as needed and may need to input information into databases. The employee will also be responsible for connecting students to the correct person/department on campus.

Other qualifications: Must maintain a HIGH level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of any and all information regarding students, personnel, and all job-related matters. STRONG attention to detail, accuracy, and dependability, and professionalism are all a must.

Machine Shop Assistant
Department: Computer Aided Manufacturing
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Location: Airport Campus
Hours: 20 hours/week
Position(s) Available: 1-2
Contact: Art Warner, Machine Tool Instructor—447-6368

Duties: Help instructors with various duties: draw shop prints, stock shop supplies, reorganize shop as needed, repair machines and other duties as assigned.

Orientation Leader
Department: Student Support Center
Semester/Year: Fall 2017
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: Orientation Day and Prior training
Contact: Jonathan Drew, Academic Advisor--447-6941

Duties: Are you comfortable speaking in front of a group of students? Can you bring excitement about your college experience? Can you entertain a group of 20-25 students for 4-5 hours? If so, you may be the right fit for a Helena College Orientation Leader. Orientation Leaders (OL) have a unique opportunity to work first hand with new incoming students. You will be interacting with both traditional and non-traditional students by leading guided tours through the campus, providing important information, directing students to orientation workshop sessions, setting up/tearing-down event items, administering orientation surveys, and most of all having fun!

Parking Attendant
Department: Student Affairs
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: 21 hours per week/ 4.25 hours per day (flexible with student schedules)
Contact: Mary Twardos, Student Affairs Administrative Associate—447-6901

Duties: Will be responsible for monitoring vehicles parked on the Helena College Donaldson Campus safety parking compliance. Including assisting the Helena College Student Affairs department with various projects as needed, including Excel spreadsheet, Banner, and customer service. Parking Attendants will work 3 split shift hours between morning & afternoon, 8am-5pm preferred. Typically 8 or 9 am, 12 or 1pm, 3 or 4pm. Data entry will cover 6 hours a week.

Parking Attendant
Department: Student Affairs
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Airport Campus
Hours: 9 hours per week (flexible with student schedules)
Contact: Bridget Guerin, Administrative Associate Airport Campus—447-6350

Description: Will be responsible for monitoring vehicles that are parked on the Helena College Airport Campus safety parking compliance. Including assisting the Helena College Airport Campus Welcome Center Administrator with various projects as needed, including Excel and customer service.

Retail Services Assistant
Department: Retail Services
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: up to 20 hours per week
Contact: Josh Bennett, Retail Services Manager—447-6932

Duties: Work Studies will be able to work in all areas of Retail Services. This includes the Coffee Counter, Kitchen, and Bookstore. Duties include: running cash drawers, providing excellent customer service, preparing and stocking food in the kitchen, making customers drinks at the coffee counter, stocking and maintaining merchandise in the Bookstore, cleaning, and other assorted duties as assigned.

RMDC Head Start Assistant
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Location: RMDC Head Start
Hours: 10 hours per week
Contact: Karina Moulton, Work Study Coordinator—447-6915

Duties: This position is responsible for assisting the Teacher in implementing, and coordinating all classroom activities. Promote respect for children and staff so that optimal learning for children occurs in a safe and nurturing setting; provide accommodation for children with special needs. Demonstrate an understanding of early child development; demonstrate knowledge of human relations skills; adherence to the state and federal policies and procedures pertaining to child abuse and neglect. Computer literacy: emails, ability to learn and utilize program specific software and online tools and training. Keeps all information on families strictly confidential.

Other requirements: Must meet educational and physical work demands with or without qualifications. Please see full job descriptions for these requirements.  

SSC Office Assistant
Department: Student Support Center
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/ Spring 2018
Location: Donaldson Campus
Hours: up to 20 hours per week
Contact: Lori Cooper, Student Support Center Administrative Associate—447-6939

Duties: This position will be the official greeter of students, staff, and faculty who desire to use the resources located in the Center. A pleasant, helpful and courteous attitude and personality is paramount to the nature of this job. Duties include: answering the phone and taking messages for Center personnel; assist students, staff, and faculty in the use of the various computer programs located in the Center’s computer room; assist the Center’s personnel with keeping the bulletin boards organized and up-to-date; publicizing events by creating, addressing, and posting materials on the bulletin boards around campus; and sending out mailings on-and off-campus; getting the mail and running errands; keep the reference books, located in the Center, in proper order. Catalog and put on the shelves college catalogs as they are received in the Center; administer test placement exams to new and returning students; schedule appointments for Center personnel; type letters as requested for Center personnel; and use the copy/fax machine to communicate Center correspondence. Privacy and confidentiality must be practiced at all times.

Other qualifications: must be able to type with accuracy. Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel and a familiarity with computers. Must be able to take accurate phone messages. Must enjoy working with the public. Showing up for work, honesty, performing the assigned work, following directions, taking initiative, reliability, confidentiality, checking work for thoroughness, and accuracy with attention to detail, interest in learning new skills; especially computer skills are mandatory.

Welding Shop Assistant
Department: Welding Technology
Date Posted: 8/1/2017
Semester/Year: Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Location: Airport Campus
Hours: up to 20 hours per week
Contact: Glen Zeigler; Welding Instructor—447-6372

Duties: Include doing housekeeping, preventative maintenance on welding machines and fabrication equipment, tool room organization, inventory duties, clerical tasks and steel preparation. Preparing weld coupons, performing safety checks on hand tools and electrical cords.


Student Employment Week

April 10-14,2017. Student Employee of the Year Award presented during this week!

If interested please contact the Work Study Coordinator to see if you are eligible: 447-6915 

Notice to all Helena College Work Study Students:

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Please contact the Helena College Financial Aid Department at 406-447-6916 with any questions.

“Helena College provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, or political beliefs.”