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Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)

Federal Work-Study is a federally funded, need-based financial aid program, which gives you the opportunity to earn money for college through part-time employment. The program also provides you the opportunity to secure academic or career-oriented employment while providing essential services to the University. This program is administered by Barry University in accordance with the laws, federal regulations, and instructions issued by, or on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education, as well as its own institutional policies.

The objectives of the student employment program are to:

  • Provide student employees with a broad range of work opportunities.
  • Enable student career development through a variety of work experiences.
  • Provide a work environment that will teach students about the varied responsibilities and opportunities of employment.
  • Provide students with an opportunity to help pay for their educational expenses.

How can I be considered for Federal Work-Study?

In order to be eligible for Federal Work-Study you must be accepted into a degree seeking program; be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen and demonstrate financial need through completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Additionally, your FAFSA must be complete and accurate. You can complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov.

The Federal Work Study program is awarded on a first come first serve basis to eligible students depending on federal funding as well as the number of students who request and/or qualify for jobs. Funding for this federal program is very limited and no one will be placed after the funding has been exhausted.

Returning students must maintain satisfactory academic progress while employed in the program (complete 24 credit-hours per academic year with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0) and not be in default on any Federal Title IV program.

Due to funding and job limits, no student is guaranteed a Federal Work Study job. Apply before March 30th to have the best chance of placement.

International Students

At this time Federal Regulations do not allow Federal Work-Study funds to be awarded to International Students.

Getting Started

Stage 1: Applying for a Job

In order to be considered for a work study placement, the student must:

  • Be awarded work study
  • Complete financial aid verification (if applicable)

Before you apply for a job you should look through the Job Opportunities List in order to find one that meets your interests or match your current/anticipated major. You are also required to accurately fill out and submit the following forms and documents:

  • Federal Work-Study Job Application
    By filling out this form, you inform the Financial Aid Office of your skills, interests, current or anticipated major and preferred job placement. We try to place students in their first choice job; however, this is not always possible. Students are placed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those students who submit their documents (complete accurate) are given their job assignment first.
  • IRS Form W-4
    This form tells the Payroll Office how much federal income tax you would like withheld from your pay. Most students claim either "0" (zero) or "1" (one) exemption in line 5, or "exempt" in line 7 of the W-4 form; however, you may claim as many exemptions as you are eligible for. When filling out the form, be sure to provide your name, permanent address, social security number, marital status, signature, and date. If you need assistance in completing the W-4 form, contact the Internal Revenue Service at 1-800-829-1040 or check the Internet at www.irs.gov.

    Note: Claiming "0" means that you would like the maximum amount of taxes withheld. Claiming "1" means that you would prefer to have fewer taxes withheld from your monthly paycheck. Indicating "exempt" in line 7 means that no taxes will be taken out, if you meet the withholding conditions.
  • Federal I-9 Form and requested documentation
    With the passage of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, every employer in the United States must now check the legal status of all employees, including student employees hired after November 6, 1986, or face criminal penalties.

    All new employees must complete an Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9) and present ORIGINAL and UNEXPIRED documents. You must present EITHER one original document from (List A) OR one original document from (List B) AND a separate original document from (List C).

The following is a brief list of documents that can be used to establish identity and/or employment eligibility:

List A - Documents that establish both Identity and Employment Eligibility

List B - Documents that establish Identity

List C - Documents that establish Employment Eligibility

United States Passport

Permanent Resident Card

Foreign Passport that contains a temporary I-551 Stamp

State issued driver's license or I.D. with photo

School I.D. with photo

Voter’s registration

Original social security card

Birth certificate issued by state, county, or municipal authority, bearing a seal or other certification

Certificate of birth issued by the Department of State (FS-545)


Note: All students, citizens and non-citizens, participating in FWS must have a Social Security Card. You will only be placed once you have obtained a Social Security Number.

  • Federal Work Study Online Orientation/Presentation

To view and complete the online Federal work Study Orientation, you must log into blackboard. Enroll in the course “FED-WRKSTDY-ASSESS” complete the course. At the end of the quiz, print the “Review Test Submission” and attach to the rest of the forms

Stage 2: Work Authorization Job Placement

Upon receipt of the completed job application, the Federal I-9 Form, IRS Form W-4 and the receipt completion of the FWS online orientation the Work Study Coordinator will send you job referrals via email. You must contact the supervisor listed on the referral and attend an interview. If you do get hired a Payroll Authorization Form (PAF) will be send via email. The PAF indicates the department in which you have been placed, the name of your supervisor, and your pay rate. The PAF must be signed by you and your supervisors and submitted to financial aid office within the 3 days after receiving the form. If you do not get hired, please contact the Work Study coordinator in the financial aid office for another referral.

Returning students, must also complete Stage 1 and be requested by their previous supervisor in order to be placed in the same department. They will receive a PAF once all forms are received and a request has been done.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How is eligibility determined?
  2. Can my FWS award change during the academic year?
  3. What is FWS Community Service?
  4. What is the FWS/America Reads Program?
  5. Are there any off campus jobs?
  6. What if I don't earn the amount that I have been awarded in FWS?
  7. How do I find a job?
  8. Can FWS be credited automatically toward my tuition or other university charges?
  9. What is the pay rate, and how many hours may I work?
  10. Can I work more than 20 hours a week?
  11. May I work in more than one FWS job on campus?
  12. What is the Payroll Authorization Form (PAF)?
  13. Can my work-study check be deposited directly into my bank account?
  14. Whom should I contact if I have additional questions?
  15. What are Federal Work-Study Job Opportunities?

1. How is eligibility determined?
In order to be eligible for Federal Work-Study, you must demonstrate financial need, be a full-time, degree-seeking student (enrolled in least 12 credit-hours per semester), and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. You must apply for financial aid and be awarded Federal Work-Study (FWS) as part of the financial aid package. To apply, you should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office or on the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you demonstrate financial need as a result of filing the FAFSA, Federal Work-Study may be awarded.

Returning students must maintain satisfactory academic progress while employed in the program (complete 24-credits per academic year with a minimum cumulative grade point average, GPA, of 2.0) and not be in default on any Federal Title IV or state student loan program.

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2. Can my FWS award change during the academic year?
Yes, the Federal Work-Study amount is subject to change if you receive additional resources, such as an outside scholarship or grant. When your Federal Work-Study award changes, a new Payroll Authorization Form will issue and send it to you via email. Both you and your supervisor will need to sign it and return it to the Financial Aid Office.

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3. What is FWS Community Service?
The Federal Higher Education Act requires that a certain percentage of Federal Work-Study students be employed in community service positions. Community service is defined as services designed to improve the quality of life for the community residents, particularly low-income individuals, or to solve particular problems related to their needs. These services include such fields as health care, child care, literacy training, counseling, education (including tutorial services), welfare, social services, transportation, housing and neighborhood improvement, public safety, crime prevention and control, recreation, rural development, and community improvement. Employing an FWS student in these positions serves the needs of the community and gives the FWS student an enriching and rewarding experience.

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4. What is the FWS/America Reads Program?
The America Reads program was initiated in 1997 to help raise the level of literacy of American children. FWS students can be placed as reading tutors for preschool-age children or children in elementary schools, community centers, or family literacy or after school program. Each student must complete a four hour paid training session before being placed into one of the local programs. Students will be expected to spend 15-20 hours a week tutoring reading in a kindergarten through third grade setting at an approved America Reads community site.

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5. Are there any off Campus jobs?
Yes, Barry University offers the Off-Campus Community Service Jobs. Barry’s FWS Community Service Program works with several private, nonprofit agencies and public, governmental agencies that provide employment opportunities that are either academically related, or meet the federal community service regulations, or both. These may include agencies such as local elementary, middle, or high schools, children’s non-profit organizations, or public agencies such as neighborhood recreation centers. The student would be performing work that would be in the “public interest” of benefit to the nation or the community. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the off-campus FWS site.

The Center for Community Service initiatives (CCSI) coordinates Barry’s FWS Community Service Program. For more information on the program or current job listings, please contact CCSI at service@barry.edu or 305-899-3696

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6. What if I don't earn the amount that I have been awarded in FWS?
Any portion of your award that remains unearned at the end of the academic year will be forfeited, as it cannot be transferred to a subsequent award period.

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7. How do I find a job?
Before you apply for a job you should look through the Job Opportunities List in order to find one that meets your interests. By filling out the Federal Work-Study Job Application, you inform the Financial Aid Office of your skills, interests, and preferred job placement. We try to place students in their first choice job; however, this is not always possible. Students are placed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those students who submit their documents (complete accurate) are given their job assignment first.

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8. Can FWS be credited automatically toward my tuition or other university charges?
No; money awarded under the Federal Work-Study program is actually earned (in the form of a direct deposit or pay cards) over the course of the academic year.

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9. What is the pay rate, and how many hours may I work?
Pay rates are based primarily on the level of skill and experience required to perform the job. For returning students, the quality of job performance and the length of time you have been in the same position are also taken into consideration. Each department establishes a job classification based on skills required while performing that particular job. Based on the established job classification, the starting rates at which you can be compensated are $8.25 for minimum required skills and $8.75 for maximum required skills.

The pay rate for America Reads and Off-Campus Community Service jobs varies with a maximum of $9.00 per hour

All student employees sign and submit a Payroll Authorization Form that indicates the number of hours you are permitted to work per week. You must NOT exceed these hours unless making up missed hours from a previous week within the current pay period. Students are strictly prohibited from working more than 20 hours per week while enrolled in courses.

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10. Can I work more than 20 hours a week?
No, all student employees have signed and submitted a Payroll Authorization Form that indicates the number of hours they are permitted to work per week. You must NOT exceed these hours unless making up missed hours from a previous week within the current pay period. Students are strictly prohibited from working more than 20 hours per week while enrolled in courses. If you submit a timesheet that indicate more than 20 work hours in one week will NOT be paid for the excess hours.

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11. May I work in more than one FWS job on campus?
No, you can only work in open position at a time

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12. What is the Payroll Authorization Form (PAF)?
The PAF form is used by the Financial Aid Office for all the students who participate in the FWS program. The form provides the name of your supervisor, your award for the year, your number of eligible hours to work, and your pay rate. You are responsible for printing the form (from your email address), getting it signed by your supervisor and returning it to the Financial Aid Office before the first day of work.

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13. Can my work-study check be deposited directly into my bank account?
Yes, you would need to fill out a direct deposit form in order for your earnings to be transferred to your bank account.

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14. Whom should I contact if I have additional questions?
If you need further information, please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office, which is located in Kelley House.

Barry University
Kelley House
11300 NE Second Ave.
Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695
305-899-3673

Office hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday

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15. What are the Federal Work-Study Opportunities?

Federal Work-Study Job Opportunities

Note: This listing will help you determine which Federal Work-Study jobs interest you. Since jobs are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, please list the four jobs you are most interested in, in order of preference, on your application for the program.

Intercollegiate Athletics

Team Manager - Women’s Basketball

Alumni Relations

Clerical Assistant 

Intercollegiate Athletics

Team Manager Men’s Basketball

Intercollegiate Athletics/ Sports Information Department

Sports Information Assistant I

Fine Arts

Gallery Monitor

Intercollegiate Athletics/ Sports Information Department

Sports Information Assistant II

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Clerical Assistant

School of Professional And Career Education - Cutler Bay

Clerical Assistant

Dean of Students Office/Student Advocacy Center

Office Assistant

School of Social Work

Clerical Assistant

Administrative Information Systems

Clerical Assistant

Nursing

Clerical Assistant

Biology

Faculty Assistant

Public Safety / Crime Prevention office

Clerical Assistant

Biology

Faculty/Lab Assistant

Finance

Clerical Assistant 

English/Foreign Languages

Research Assistant/Clerical Support

Office of Mission Engagement

Office Assistant

Information Technology /Audiovisual

Audiovisual Technology Assistant

English & Foreign Languages Department

Clerical Assistant 

School of Education

Office Assistant

Sociology & Criminology Department

Clerical Assistant 

Office of Institutional Research

Assistant to the Research Analyst

English and Foreign Languages

Clerical Assistant

David Brinkley Studio

Video Production Assistant

Biology

Laboratory and Office Assistant 

Psychology

Clerical Assistant 

Library/Technical Services Department

Library Student Assistant

Physical Sciences

Laboratory Aide

Intercollegiate Athletics

Athletic Events Operations Crew

Physical Sciences

Laboratory Assistant/Clerical

Office of Communications & Marketing

Communications & Marketing Assistant

External and Government Affairs

Office Assistant 

America Reads/America Counts Tutor (ARAC)

Library Archives and Special Collections

Archives Clerk Assistant

Center for Community Service Initiatives

CCSI Project Assistant (On-Campus)

Biology

Lab/Clerical Assistant

Center for Community Service Initiatives

CCSI Community Partner Liaison (Off-Campus)

Glenn Hubert Learning Center

Clerical Assistant

Fine Arts

Faculty Office Assistant 

Health Sciences Admissions

Clerical Assistant

Communication Department

Clerical Assistant

Disability Services

Office Assistant 

Biology

Faculty / Laboratory Assistant

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Dive Locker Assistant

Biology

Faculty / Lab Assistant Level 2

Financial Aid

Clerical Assistant

Institutional Advancement/ Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs

Office Assistant 

Office of the Registrar

Clerical Assistant

Division of Information Technology

Technical Assistant I

Biology

Laboratory Assistant

Fine Arts/ Theatre

Theatre Technician/Backstage Crew

School of Professional And Career Education

Prospect Research Assistant

Information Technology/Desktop Support

PC Support Technical Assistant

School of Professional And Career Education

Marketing Assistant

International and Multicultural Programs

Receptionist/ Clerical Assistant

School of Professional And Career Education

Clerical Assistant

Information Technology/Computer Labs & Instructional Facilities

Technical Assistant I

Housing and Residence Life

Desk Assistant

Information Technology/Computer Labs & Instructional Facilities

Technical Assistant II

Campus Ministry

Clerical Assistant

Information Technology

Office Assistant

De Porres Center for Ethical Leadership

Clerical Assistant

Intercollegiate Athletics

Team Manager - Volleyball

Institutional Advancement

Clerical Assistant

Division of Institutional Advancement/ Foundation Development and Relations

Office Assistant 

School of Podiatric Medicine

Clerical Assistant

Campus Recreation and Wellness

Fitness Center Attendant

Cashier Business Office

Clerical Assistant

History and Political Science

Clerical Assistant

Physical Sciences

Clerical Assistant

Landon Student Union Office

Office Assistant

Physical Sciences

Computer Lab Assistant

School of Professional And Career Education

Clerical Assistant

Financial Aid

Clerical Assistant 

School of Professional And Career Education

Clerical Assistant

Budget Office

Clerical Assistant

Financial Aid

Clerical Assistant 

Theology/Philosophy

Clerical Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Student Organization Assistant

School of Social Work/Admissions

Office Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Event Assistant Office

School of Professional And Career Education

Clerical Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Marketing Assistant

Institutional Advancement

Clerical Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Commuter Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Marketing Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Greek Life Assistant

Library/ Archives and Special

Digitization Assistant

Center for Student Involvement

Office/Events Assistant

Library/ Archives and Special Collections

Collection Assistant

Workplace and Instructional Technologies Service

Lab Assistant


Federal Work Study Jobs Descriptions 2013-14

Department Name: Intercollegiate Athletics
Job Title: Team Manager - Women’s Basketball
Job Location: Landon Student Union – room 202
Supervisor’s Name: William Sullivan-Head Coach Women’s Basketball
Supervisor’s Extension: 3562
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ms. Emer Foley-Assistant Coach
Job Description: Carry out various duties related to the women’s basketball team such as laundry, locker room organization, equipment organization, assisting with office work, and other duties assigned by the head coach or assistant coach.
Job Requirements and Skills: Knowledge of sport, good interpersonal skills, excellent time management and communication skills, reliable, and responsible.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: 0ne (1)
Pay rate: Depending on experience


Department Name: Intercollegiate Athletics
Job Title:  Team Manager Men’s Basketball
Job Location: Health and Campus Center room 201
Supervisor’s Name: Ryan Saunders- Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
Supervisor’s Extension: 3566
Name of Asst. Supervisor:
Job Description: Carry out a number of duties related to the men’s basketball team.  Duties include: laundry, locker room organization, equipment organization, assisting with office work (mail outs to recruits, organizing incoming mail/DVDs, paper work related to travel and American Express statements), video equipment, possibility of helping during practice and games, and any work related duties assigned by the head coach.
Job Requirements and Skills: Excellent time management and communication skills.  Reliable, responsible, and professional at all times.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: three (3)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Fine Arts
Job Title: Gallery Monitor
Job Location: Andy Gato Gallery
Supervisor’s Name: Thomas Rockwell-Associate Professor of Graphic Arts
Supervisor’s Extension: 4924
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Mrs. Dorothy Messner- Administrative Assistant
Job Description: Student Workers will monitor Andy Gato gallery when opened to the public. Students will also assist in the installation and take down of exhibits.
Job Requirements and Skills: None
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: The gallery is open from 10:00am – 4:00pm daily.
Spots Available: As many as it takes to fill 10 to 4 daily, Monday thru Saturday.
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs                    
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 300
Supervisor’s Name:  AnaMaria Rodriguez- Administrative Assistant I
Supervisor’s Extension:  3085
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Dr. Maria Alvarez –Associate VP and Dean of Students
Job Description:  Federal Work Study students in the office of the V.P. for Student Affairs will assist all staff members in the office of the Vice President, as well as all staff members in the Division of Student Affairs, including greeting visitors, making copies, filing, answering phones and taking accurate and legible messages.  Will hand deliver documents to offices/ individuals on campus as needed.  Will perform errands on campus for all staff in the office.  Will separate and distribute office mail.  Will assist the Associate V.P. for Student Affairs with tasks relating to Commencement Ceremonies.  Will perform other job related duties as needed.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Must behave in a mature and professional manner at all times.  Must be organized, reliable, detail-oriented, dependable and punctual, and able to maintain confidentiality.  Must have familiarity with computers and good customer service skills.  Proper dress required.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  20
Spots Available:  four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Dean of Students Office/Student Advocacy Center
Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union room 101
Supervisor’s Name: Alexia Freeman-Coordinator Student Advocacy
Supervisor’s Extension: 4928
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Marcus Reynolds- Graduate Assistant
Job Description: Our office provides opportunities for students to serve in a work study position that supports this area’s overall commitment to student development and success.
The student work study’s job description is as follows:

  • Perform basic office procedures and related work to assist the secretary and relieve administrative personnel of clerical duties.

  • Answer telephone, take messages, and respond to questions in accordance with general instructions.  Transmit instructions or information to and from staff members.

  • Retrieve, sort and distribute mail in accordance with instruction of the supervisor.

  • Hand deliver letters to offices/individuals as needed.

  • Assist office personnel in planning, organizing and scheduling special activities.

  • Greet the public and deal with all people in a courteous and helpful manner.

  • The individual will be expected to use a computer or word processing system; knowledge of Publisher is helpful.

  • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Job Requirements and Skills:
Customer Service (Interpersonal skills)

  • Basic Office Skills including: Phone operation, Making copies, Running Errands and Filing

  • Computer Skills (Word, Publisher, PowerPoint)

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: four (4)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Administrative Information Systems
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Adrian Hall 115
Supervisor’s Name:  Terry Nelson- Data Specialist
Supervisor’s Extension:  3151
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Regina Lopez- Director of Database Services
Job Description:   Front Desk Clerical Assistant Answer incoming calls, field WebAdvisor questions, greet and assist visitors to department.  Assist with clerical tasks – filing, copying, scanning documents.  Inventory supplies, keep paper in printers, etc.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Good phone etiquette must be able to follow directions and have basic computer skills.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  20
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate:  Minimum


Department Name: Biology
Job Title: Faculty Assistant
Job Location: Natural & Health Science room 328
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Teresa Petrino-Lin - Associate Professor of Biology

Supervisor’s Extension:  3368
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Dr. Peter Lin – Professor Biology
Job Description: Applicant will be trained for the job.  She/He will help faculty with photocopies and general office duties such as making phone calls, and mail errands will also be needed tasks.  Applicant will be responsible for general lab work, maintaining the lab material and other various assignments such as maintenance of the aquarium facility and feeding the fish.
Job Requirements and Skills: Applicant will need good disposition for learning, be reliable and have basic computer literacy (Excel and Microsoft Word). Some lab knowledge would be a plus.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 12-15 hours
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Biology
Job Title: Faculty/Lab Assistant
Job Location:  Natural & Health Science room 311
Supervisor’s Name: Dr. Christoph Hengartner – Assistant Professor Biology
Supervisor’s Extension:  3744
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Leticia Vega –Assistant Professor Biology
Job Description: Copy files, grade objective portions of tests, proofread various assignments, filing, cleaning and setting up labs.
Job Requirements and Skills: Dependable; good computer skills with knowledge of Word and Excel; team player; able to work independently and show initiative; MUST BE ABLE TO MAINTAIN CONFIDENTIALITY; Biology major or other STEM MAJOR (Chemistry, Math, Computer Sciences, etc.).
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 10
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  English/Foreign Languages
Job Title:  Research Assistant/Clerical Support
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 322
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Andrea Greenbaum – English Professor
Supervisor’s Extension: 4568
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Ms. Chrissie Chiarella – Administrative Assistant III
Job Description: This is a research position. Student will be doing research (English) using different software.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Student must be able to work independently, have considerable research skills, and be comfortable working with technology.  Tasks vary from the simple (copying, filing, scanning) to the more complex (creating PowerPoint presentations, editing documents, and researching topics).   Ideally, candidate will know an array of software applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, iMovie, etc.). 
Duration:  Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  20
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Information Technology /Audiovisual           
Job Title: Audiovisual Technology Assistant
Job Location: Library Room 425
Supervisor’s Name: Lynch Hymn – Audiovisual Services Manager
Supervisor’s Extension: 3764
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Jerome Webb- Audiovisual Support Specialist
Job Description: Applicant will perform a variety of duties associated with scheduling, and the distribution of, audiovisual inventory. Applicant is required to be able to manage multiple office tasks while still being able to maintain accuracy.
Job Requirements and Skills: This position requires the employee to be able to read, write, and speak English. All applicants must have basic comprehension and communication skills. This position requires the employee to be able to move (walk) equipment within buildings, and classrooms, as well as transport equipment across campus by means of pushing media carts. Applicant will also assist the staff of the Audiovisual Department with various office tasks related to the daily operations of the Audiovisual Department.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: Three (3)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  School of Education
Job Title:  Office Assistant
Job Location:  Powers Hall Room 144
Supervisor’s Name:  Joanne Ittilucksatit – Office Manager
Supervisor’s Extension: 3720
Name of Assistant Supervisor Carmen Kunstmann – Administrative Assistant II
Job Description:  Students will be working with faculty and staff.  They will make copies, answer the telephones, do hand deliveries across campus, file, proofread, scan, computer word and excel, prepare flyers, and assist with special projects.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Able to work independently and with a team, knowledge of word and excel.
Duration: fall and spring 
Approximately hours per week:  15
Spots Available: Eight (8)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Office of Institutional Research         
Job Title:  Assistant to the Research Analyst
Job Location:  Thompson Hall Room 208
Supervisor’s Name:  Marcos Velazquez – Research Analyst
Supervisor’s Extension:  4563
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Shaunette Grant – Director of Institutional Research
Job Description:  Receive training in quantitative research methods to eventually be capable of carrying out statistical inquiries independently.  Receive training in software useful to institutional researchers, such as SPSS, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint and MS Word.  Perform clerical duties on behalf of the research analyst.  Assist the research analyst with ongoing projects.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Suitable candidates must have a basic knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite and common office equipment.  In addition, competent knowledge of basic mathematical concepts, such as algebra, is required.  Furthermore, the position requires a strong professional ethic and willingness to return in future years. 
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: David Brinkley Studio
Job Title:  Video Production Assistant
Job Location:  Garner Hall Room 143
Supervisor’s Name:  Mary Worley – Production Coordinator and Studio Manager
Supervisor’s Extension:  3462
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Vladimir Lescouflair – Studio Laboratory Supervisor
Job Description:  Students need to assist with day to day studio & video projects.
Job Requirements and Skills: MUST HAVE COMPLETED COM 214 (Television production), knowledge of studio / field video cameras, audio, lighting and video tape editing.
Duration: fall and spring  
Approximately hours per week:   15
Spots Available: Three (3)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Psychology
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Library Room 152
Supervisor’s Name: Analia Suarez – Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3270
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Dr. Francis Muscarella - Professor of Psychology
Job Description: Filing, answering phones, delivering files to other departments within the University, assisting with events within the department.
Job Requirements and Skills: To be punctual, responsible, and be a current Psychology major with good academic standing.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Physical Sciences
Job Title: Laboratory Aide
Job Location: Wiegand Hall Room 125        
Supervisor’s Name: Maria Aloya – Laboratory Director and Stockroom Manager
Supervisor’s Extension: 3434
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Michael Wise – Laboratory Technician
Job Description: 
Assist lab director by performing a limited number of routine non-technical and technical job duties including:

  • Preparing various solutions and setting up glassware/equipment for experiments in the labs.

  • Maintain cleanliness of the labs including lab benches, weighing balances, and fume hood areas.

  • Perform checks on safety equipment.

  • Clerical duties such as photocopying.

Job Requirements and Skills:
Science majors or minors preferred.  Student must have successfully completed either CHE 111 or CHE 152.  Department must approve candidate. 

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  5-10
Spots Available:  Three (3)
Pay rate:  Minimum


Department Name:  Physical Sciences
Job Title: Laboratory Assistant/Clerical
Job Location: Wiegand Hall Room 125        
Supervisor’s Name: Maria Aloya – Laboratory Director and Stockroom Manager
Supervisor’s Extension: 3434
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Michael Wise – Laboratory Technician
Job Description:  Assist lab director by performing a limited number of routine non-technical and technical job duties including:

  • Preparing various solutions and setting up glassware/equipment for experiments in the labs.

  • Maintain cleanliness of the labs including lab benches, weighing balances, and fume hood areas.

  • Perform checks on safety equipment.

  • Clerical duties such as photocopying.

  • Assist lab instructor by performing the following technical duties including:

  • Helping students acquire various technical skills through demonstration and supervision in the Physical Sciences labs.

  • Assist in the enforcement of safety rules as the students perform the experiments.

  • Assist students with basic computer programs such as those used for graphing (Excel, Graphical Analysis).

  • Assist with proctoring of exams.

Job Requirements and Skills:  Chemistry majors or minors preferred.  Student must have successfully completed either with an "A" or an "A-" in the course that he or she will be assisting.  Must be available during scheduled lab hours.  Department must approve candidate. 

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 3-10
Spots Available:  Three (3)
Pay rate: Maximum  


Department Name: External and Government Affairs
Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location: LaVoie Hall room 213 and/or 211
Supervisor’s Name: Elizabeth Besade – Director of External and Government Affairs
Supervisor’s Extension: 4758
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Mohammed – IT Processing Specialist
Job Description:

  • Provide general clerical support, which includes phone coverage, scheduling, word processing, filing and ad hoc projects

  • Assist with travel arrangements

  • Prepare presentation materials for meetings

  • Performs other duties as assigned

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint

  • Must maintain professionalism and confidentiality at all times

  • Must be detail-oriented

  • Possess excellent organizational and communication (verbal and written) skills

  • Ability to work independently and multi-task efficiently

  • Prior work experience in an office environment is preferred

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Monday – Friday / 9:30am – 4:00pm (must be available for a minimum of a three-hour block on a given day)
Pay rate:  Minimum


Department Name:  Library Archives and Special Collections
Job Title:  Archives Clerk Assistant
Job Location:  Library room 311
Supervisor’s Name:  Katherine L. Fleming – Librarian/Archivist
Supervisor’s Extension: 3774
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Rodrigo Castro - Public Service Manager
Job Description:  The Work Study student will assist with the processing of archival materials including photocopying and/or photographing documents, creating inventories, and organizing archival materials.  The student may also assist with audio/visual reformatting and digitization projects.  The student should be able to shelve books, boxes, and other materials, maintain security of the materials, assist researchers and answer phones, and complete other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Must be detail oriented with a high level of accuracy.  The student should have good written and oral communications and general typing skills.  The student should be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, and may be required to use spreadsheets and archival software.  The student should be able to follow policies and procedures, work independently with minimal supervision, and have dependable work habits.  The student should be able to maintain confidentiality when working with restricted documents.  An interest in history is desirable.
Duration:  fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  12-20
Spots Available:  One (1)
Pay Rate:  Minimum


Department Name: Biology
Job Title: Lab/Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Natural and Health Sciences Room 309
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Stephanie Bingham – Assistant professor Biology
Supervisor’s Extension: 3215
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Dr. Teresa Petrino-Lin – Associate Professor Biology
Job Description: clerical duties such as typing, photocopying, filing.  In addition, feeding fish in the core aquarium facility in the Natural and Health Sciences building.
Job Requirements and Skills: Training will be provided for any skills the student does not already have such as feeding the fish.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Glenn Hubert Learning Center
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Garner Hall Room 113-3
Supervisor’s Name:  Christina Gabriel – Administrative Specialist
Supervisor’s Extension: 3485
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Dr. Victoria Giordano – Associate Professor of Education
Job Description:  The individual in this position will perform a variety of clerical and data entry tasks in the Glenn Hubert Learning Center Writing Center and/or Math Lab.  This individual will be responsible for greeting students, inputting data, scanning documents, filing, copying, etc. This individual must have good communication skills, proficiency with the use of office equipment, and be flexible with working hours as some evening hours may be required.
Job Requirements and Skills: the ability to analyze processes to increase efficiency of the assigned tasks; ability to establish priorities and work to complete tasks within specified time frames; knowledge of computer applications including but not limited to Word, Excel, Publisher,  PowerPoint, databases, and e-mail; he ability to plan, and organize work act ivies; excellent interpersonal skills including tact and professionalism; Basic computer, printer, copier operations and other typical office equipment; Speaks clearly in person and on telephone in a pleasant, cooperative manner; excellent written skills.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10-20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Health Sciences Admissions
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Adrian Hall room 211
Supervisor’s Name: Denise Deen – Director Admissions College of Health and Sciences
Supervisor’s Extension: 3541
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Akilah Passe - Records Processor
Job Description: filing, opening and stamping of mail, collect and deliver files and credentials, copying, basic data entry
Job Requirements and Skills: organization, detail-oriented
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  Four (4)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Disability Services
Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union Room 102
Supervisor’s Name: Allison Kowlessar - Coordinator Disability Services
Supervisor’s Extension: 3486
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Shekinah Tillman – Administrative Assistant I
Job Description:

  • Cover and manage the front desk area. 

  • Maintain and keep confidentiality of files.

  • Proctor and deliver exams for students registered with the office when required. 

  • Assist in coordinating accommodations for students. 

  • Assist in the development of all programs for the Barry community to promote disability awareness.

  • Maintain the exam rooms.

  • Provide general office support work such as filing, answering phones, faxing, photocopying.

  • Distributing flyers, hanging posters and other job related duties as required.

Job Requirements and Skills: Student must be pursuing a degree at Barry University. Student should have knowledge of the university in order to refer clients to appropriate departments.  Ability to clearly communicate, ability to work independently as well as on a team and be a self-starter.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Sport and Exercise Sciences
Job Title: Dive Locker Assistant
Job Location: Barry University Dive Locker
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Kegeles – Assistant Professor of SES and Director of Undergraduate Programs     
Supervisor’s Extension: 3499
Name of Assistant Supervisor: David Bone – Consultant Lecturer
Job Description: Assist with various aspects of dive locker and prep for ISR/SES SCUBA classes under supervision of Dive Equipment Manager and/or Instructional staff.
Job Requirements and Skills: Must be Sport Management - Dive major or Dive Education minor. ISR 255/255L Advanced SCUBA certification (or equivalent) required.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Financial Aid
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Kelley House Room 211
Supervisor’s Name: Lillian Cabrera-Molina – Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Supervisor’s Extension: 3671
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Aida Claro – Senior Associate Director of Financial Aid
Job Description: To assist the undergraduate counseling team, as well as the Assist undergraduate Financial Aid Director with daily tasks that need attention or have deadlines, as in filing, emails, phone calls, reports and any other clerical tasks that may deem necessary.
Job Requirements and Skills: Computer skills
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 16
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Office of the Registrar
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Adrian Hall Room 110
Supervisor’s Name: Louanne Bower- Records Coordinator II
Supervisor’s Extension: ext.4034
Name of Assistant Supervisor Maria J. Alvarez - Operations Manager
Job Description: Alphabetizing and filing.
Job Requirements and Skills: Must know their ABC’s
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Biology
Job Title:  Laboratory Assistant
Job Location:   Weigand Hall Room 240 PREP LAB
Supervisor’s Name:  Claris Lynette Cupido – Laboratory Director
Supervisor’s Extension:  3297
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Elisabeta Vajda - Laboratory Assistant
Job Description: To assist Laboratory Supervisor in performing functions for the operating and maintaining of the Biology Department Teaching Laboratories, i.e. Biology, Microbiology, Physiology and Anatomy Labs after an appropriate period of Training by the Lab Supervisor.

At the end of the training program the trainee should have knowledge of specific Laboratory Skills and techniques. Students with scientific knowledge and background are encouraged to apply. Each individual should perform tasks with reasonable degree of competency. Safety in the Lab will be emphasized and students should be aware of OSHA guidelines, universal precautions, fire safety, safe handling, and storage of chemicals and biohazard materials.

A Training Folder would be issued to each individual documenting job skills. Students may not work more than eight hours per day or twenty hours per week. Students will be expected to prepare lab media, set up for various labs, clean lab glassware, operate all lab equipment, and prepare chemical inventories.

Job Requirements and Skills:   Scientific Background, Knowledge of basic Chemistry, Biology, Some Basic Computer Skills, e.g. excel spreadsheets etc.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 16 - 20
Spots Available: Four (4)
Pay Rate: Maximum


Department Name: School of Professional And Career Education   
Job Title:  Prospect Research Assistant
Job Location:  Pembroke Pines (15900 Pines Blvd)
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Terri Hernandez - Assistant Dean Continuing Education
Supervisor’s Extension:  305-981-5230
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Liisa Alvarez - Administrative Assistant III
Job Description:  Complex information searching, organizing, duplicating, distributing, filing. Data creation and management; online research. Deal with the public.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Entry-level research experience, word processing skills, database creation management skills, spreadsheet data entry skills. Able to attend to an extraordinary amount of detail.  Able to work with the public.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available:  One (1)
Pay Rate: Maximum


Department Name:  School of Professional And Career Education  
Job Title:  Marketing Assistant
Job Location:  Pembroke Pines (15900 Pines Blvd)
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Terri Hernandez – Assistant Dean Continuing Education
Supervisor’s Extension:  305-981-5230
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Liisa Alvarez - Administrative Assistant III
Job Description:  Ability to organize materials; create lead packages, record information accurately. Prepares mailers and brochures by formatting content and graphics; arranging printing and internet packages. Provides marketing tracking and information by collecting and summarizing trends; work independently
Job Requirements and Skills:  Students must be detail-oriented, discreet as well as accurate in their work. Computer skills: Microsoft, Excel; ability to answer phone and take messages; meet visitors and provide information.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay Rate: Maximum


Department Name:  School of Professional And Career Education  
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Pembroke Pines (15900 Pines Blvd)
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Terri Hernandez - Assistant Dean Continuing Education
Supervisor’s Extension:  305-981-5230
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Liisa Alvarez – Administrative Assistant III
Job Description:  Assist the administrative assistant with overflow of clerical work and provide direct clerical support to the Assistant Dean, Continuing Education. Student will answer phones, handle correspondence and perform various other job related duties as assigned
Job Requirements and Skills:  Computer literacy, knowledge of general office equipment such as multi-line telephone systems, fax and copy machines. Must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Housing and Residence Life
Job Title: Desk Assistant
Job Location: Weber Hall, Dalton & Dunspaugh Hall, Kolasa Hall, Benincasa Hall, Dominican Hall
Supervisor’s Name: Dennis Lue Yat - Associate Director
Supervisor’s Extension: 3875
Name of Assistant Supervisor: TBA Graduate Assistant for Housing Operations
Job Description: Desk Assistants (DAs) are part-time student employees who are responsible for the organization and orderly operation of desk services such as: providing information, and other services to students of the residential areas. A desk assistant must have a high level of integrity and display continuous commitment toward the customer service. The ability to interact with a variety of student, faculty, and staff personalities requires patience, use of initiative, and an ability to think quickly under pressure.
Job Requirements and Skills:
A. Greets students, parents, staff, visitors, administrators, faculty, etc. that enter through the lobby area.
C. Answers telephones promptly, responding to requests for information.
A. Monitors building entrance to maintain safety and security
A. Maintains accurate records of desk operations in the desk log.
D. Maintains accurate messages for Residence Coordinator, Department of Public Safety, and staff.

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Until Filled
Note: Coverage is need it from 3:00pm-11:00pm 7 days per week
Pay Rate: Maximum
For a complete Job Description, please contact Mr. Dennis Lue Yat (Associate Director of Housing) via email dyuelat@barry.edu


Department Name:  Campus Ministry
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Campus Ministry Office (attached to Cor Jesu Chapel)
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Anthony M Bonta- Director Campus Ministry
Supervisor’s Extension: 3653
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Nancy Arias - Administrative Assistant II
Job Description:  Assist with every day responsibilities and special projects in the Department of Campus Ministry and Mission of Barry University
Job Requirements and Skills:  Computer skills, answering phones, representing the office in a professional manner, time management, responsible, professional, personal, filing and other office duties, critical thinking skills, overseeing projects
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10-20
Spots Available: Six (6)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name:  De Porres Center for Ethical Leadership
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room TBD
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Anthony M Bonta- Director Campus Ministry
Supervisor’s Extension: 3653
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Nancy Arias - Administrative Assistant II
Job Description:  Assist with every day responsibilities and special projects in the De Porres Center for Ethical Leadership and Mission of Barry University
Job Requirements and Skills:  Computer skills, answering phones, representing the office in a professional manner, time management, responsible, professional, personal, filing and other job related duties, critical thinking skills, overseeing projects, retreat work, leadership conferences
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 10-20
Spots Available: Six (6)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Institutional Advancement     
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: LaVoie Hall Room 213
Supervisor’s Name: Joyce Riveira – Executive Director of Advancement Services
Supervisor’s Extension: 3076
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Mohammed – IT Processing Specialist
Job Description: Data Entry, filing, phone, mailing, photocopying/scanning.  The student must know business/office etiquette.
Job Requirements and Skills: Must be responsible with work schedule and be aware of sensitive and confidential material.  Organization, accuracy, and detail-oriented are required attributes for this position.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:    School of Podiatric Medicine
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  School of Podiatric Medicine, 320 NW 115th St., Ste. 326
Supervisor’s Name:  Chandra Samaroo - Assistant to the Dean
Supervisor’s Extension:  3250
Name of Assistant Supervisor:    Urmala Roopnarinesingh - Assistant Dean of Operations
Job Description:  Clerical:  Able to use the PC, answer phones and cover the switchboard, scan and make copies, go on main campus when necessary              
Job Requirements and Skills:   Customer Service and be able to do office work.
Duration:  Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:   20
Spots Available:  Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Cashier Business Office
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Farrell Hall Room 110
Supervisor’s Name:  Margaret Robinson Major - Manager Cashier Business Office
Supervisor’s Extension: 3538
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Rose Cieslar - Associate Director Cashier Business Office
Job Description: Filing, Assisting customers, preparing statements for mailing, assisting with remote deposit and etc.
Job Requirements and Skills: Detail, organizational skills, basic office skills
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Physical Sciences
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Wiegand Hall Room 121
Supervisor’s Name: Beth Culverson - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3435
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Maria Aloya - Lab Director and Stockroom Manager
Job Description:

  • Filing

  • Organizing hallway bulletin boards (posting flyers/research material to bulletin boards and removing outdated material)

  • Preparing and posting flyers around the department for special events and seminars.

  • Assisting supervisor with special events

  • Using Excel to compile results from lab surveys

  • Assisting with scanning/copying documents

  • Hand delivering time sensitive material across campus

  • Assisting supervisor/faculty with various clerical type projects

Job Requirements and Skills: Must be organized and use of computer applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 14
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Physical Sciences
Job Title: Computer Lab Assistant
Job Location: Wiegand Hall Room 121
Supervisor’s Name: Beth Culverson - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3435
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Maria Aloya - Lab Director and Stockroom Manager
Job Description: Must be able to work afternoons/evenings at least until 6:00pm, preferably 7:00pm or later. Must be to work by 4:00pm at the latest.
Student would be responsible for the computer lab, making sure the lab is organized and neat. helping students with computer issues as far as printing to the printer. Making note of any problems to bring to the attention of the supervisor. Responsible for locking the room at the end of the shift. Would also help with clerical assistant duties.

Job Requirements and Skills: Must be organized and use of computer applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 14
Spots Available: two (2)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Financial Aid
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Kelly House room 205 and PACE building room 116
Supervisor’s Name: Yesenia Martinez -Processor
Supervisor’s Extension: 4881
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Cristian Almonte - Coordinator State Programs
Job Description:

  • Review and approve the Florida Affidavit Form

  • File Florida Affidavit Form, Verification documents, and other Financial Aid forms

  • Review and send incomplete affidavit letter to the student

  • Work from reports following instructions

  • Send award letters to the student

  • Perform other job related duties as necessary

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Dependable

  • Detail-oriented

  • Basic computer and office skills

  • Must be organized

  • Able to maintain confidentiality

  • Able to file documents in alphabet order

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 12
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate:  Minimum


Department Name: Budget Office
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Thompson Hall Room 212
Supervisor’s Name: Maria Dopico - Budget and Procurement Analyst
Supervisor’s Extension: 4703
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ronald Hultquist – Facilities Purchasing Coordinator
Job Description:

  • Handling of messages and special deliveries around campus.

  • Assist management and departments in special projects as assigned

  • Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customer

  • Perform any or all other job related duties as assigned by management.

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Microsoft Office Suite experience required.

  • Ability to organize work, manage time and follow through.

  • Ability to exercise judgment to shift priorities and organize multiple tasks simultaneously.

  • Ability to apply basic administrative skills to perform duties.

  • Concise written and oral communication skills.

  • Effective organizational, interpersonal and communication skills required.

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 9
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Theology/Philosophy
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  O’Laughlin Hall Room 209                
Supervisor’s Name:  Stella Carroll (Estrella) - Office Manager
Supervisor’s Extension:  3469
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Maura (Silvia) de la Pena) - Assistant to the Chair
Job Description: answer phones, direct people at front desk when they come in, keep office supply inventory, make sure the mailroom is neat, and staplers and paper clips are filled, keep conference room table cleaned, keep sink area and back county clean, fill copy machines with paper, run errands, fold newsletter when printed quarterly, and any other job or errand that may be needed.
Job Requirements and Skills: be courteous when answering phone and greeting people when they come to the front reception desk, contact supervisor if not able to come to work
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  20
Spots Available:  two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: School of Social Work/Admissions
Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location:  Powers Hall Room 128
Supervisor’s Name: M. Frida Alexandre - Coordinator Admissions and Enrollment
Supervisor’s Extension: 3672
Name of Assistant Supervisor:
Job Description: Varied office tasks: labeling, filing, photocopying, scanning files, assembling admissions packages, marketing, running errands, delivering & picking up admissions materials,   sorting and opening mail, tallying, processing mailing correspondence, packing materials to be mailed.   Ability to organize papers,   create, clean and purge files,   record information accurately; work independently with Excel spreadsheets, MS Word and other.  Able to multi-task on both routine and special projects in a very busy office.   Must be able to work in blocks of three - four hours minimum per day and maintain professional behavior while on shift.  

Abide by the Confidentiality Agreement.
 
Job Requirements and Skills:  Applicant should be computer literate.  Must be responsible, reliable, dependable, mature and able to handle a variety of office duties, and maintain accurate records.  Previous experience in an office environment or must learn office procedures and policies.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  School of Professional And Career Education
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  South Orlando
Supervisor’s Name:  Karen Gates - Academic Advisor/Recruiter
Supervisor’s Extension: 407-438-4150
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Maritza Sampayo - Administrative Assistant III
Job Description: Answer phones, assist with assembling presentation packages, tallying evaluations, faxing, photocopying, filing, mailings, etc.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Dependable, detail-oriented, & possess a positive attitude. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, organized, dependable, and presentable phone voice
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Institutional Advancement
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Lavoie Hall Room 211
Supervisor’s Name: Thomas Severino - Associate Vice President 
Supervisor’s Extension:  4090
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Mohammed – IT Processing Specialist
Job Description:  Suite receptionist, answer the phone, file hard copies of transactions and documents, internet research on a variety of topics, escort donors and prospects, tour university guests, staff university events,
Job Requirements and Skills:  Junior or senior; Outlook, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, operate a golf cart
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate:  Maximum


Department Name: Center for Student Involvement
Job Title: Marketing Assistant
Job Location: Landon Hall Room 202e
Supervisor’s Name: Bacheler Jean Pierre - Marketing Coordinator for Student Affairs
Supervisor’s Extension: 4059
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Job Description: Students will be responsible to assist with all marketing aspect of the office. For example Filing, photocopying, handling printings between student affairs and business center, Scheduling, distributing and hanging up posters for CSI events in different buildings, Helping enhance social media, responsible for updates on social media Creating street team to help promote and create buzz about certain events, assisting with the "be you" videos

Job Requirements and Skills: Excellent customer service and office skills, be creative.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: three (3)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Library/ Archives and Special Collections
Job Title: Digitization Assistant
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 201
Supervisor’s Name: Ella Mae Galbreath - Library Technician
Supervisor’s Extension: 3852
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ximena Valdivia - Manager Archives and Special collections
Job Description: Digitization Assistant supports digitization initiatives to increase access to collections at the Archives and Special Collections Dept. Student will be responsible for the scanning of photographs and printed materials and for the digitization of audiovisual records
Job Requirements and Skills: Student must be dependable and follow confidentiality and privacy regulations, as well as be able to work independently.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: 1
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Library/ Archives and Special Collections
Job Title: Collection Assistant
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 201
Supervisor’s Name: Ella Mae Galbreath - Library Technician
Supervisor’s Extension: 3852
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ximena Valdivia - Manager Archives and Special collections
Job Description: Collections Assistant student assists in processing and describing special materials and archival collections, contributes to daily functions of the Department and may work with students and other patrons
Job Requirements and Skills: Student should be able to work independently, set and maintain consistent schedule, and must follow confidentiality and privacy regulations.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Alumni Relations
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Alumni House
Supervisor’s Name: Susan Lang – Office Manager
Supervisor’s Extension: x3175
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ryan O’Donnell - Coordinator for Alumni Relations
Job Description: Answering phones, work on events; data processing input, stuffing and sealing envelopes, needs to be self-motivated, needs to dress appropriately because board members stop in occasionally, must be reliable and have a high quality of work.  Meet and greet and work some events
Job Requirements and Skills: Excellent communication skills, work with Razer’s Edge, Word, and Excel.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Intercollegiate Athletics/ Sports Information Department
Job Title: Sports Information Assistant I
Job Location: Athletic Department Facilities
Supervisor’s Name: Dennis Jezek, Jr. - Sports Information Director
Supervisor’s Extension: 3897
Name of Assistant Supervisor: James McCurdy - Sports Information Specialist
Job Description: Help Sports Information Director, assist Director with projects; help with game day operations at athletic events.
Job Requirements and Skills: Knowledge of sports terminology, typing, good interpersonal communication skills, ability to complete assignments with minimal supervision.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: 10
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Intercollegiate Athletics/ Sports Information Department
Job Title: Sports Information Assistant II
Job Location: Athletic Department Facilities
Supervisor’s Name: Dennis Jezek, Jr. - Sports Information Director
Supervisor’s Extension: 3897
Name of Assistant Supervisor: James McCurdy – Sports Information Specialist
Job Description: Assist sports information director with video graphics and audio broadcasts of athletic events.
Job Requirements and Skills: Experienced broadcast students preferred; should be skilled at capturing sports action on video and capable of broadcasting a live athletic event
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: 5
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name:  School of Professional And Career Education – Cutler Bay
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Cutler Bay Campus
Supervisor’s Name: Renee Glover-Hodge –Director Miami Dade Area
Supervisor’s Extension: 7554
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Rebecca DeCardenas – Site Manager
Job Description:  Student worker will assist the administrative assistant with overflow of clerical work and provide direct clerical support to the site director. Student will file, fax, handle correspondence, answer phones, create lead packages and perform various other clerical duties as assigned. Student worker may also be required on occasion to assist the staff in the planning, set-up, coordination and implementation of various events and recruitment activities
Job Requirements and Skills:  Must learn office procedures and policies, handle detail, maintain accurate records. Individuals are expected to attend all campus events and take an active and enthusiastic role in the events. Individual must be responsible, reliable, have strong verbal, written communication, and interpersonal skills and able to maintain confidentiality. Student should be computer literate, possess the knowledge of general office equipment such as multi-line telephone systems, fax and copy machines.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: two (2)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name:  School of Social Work
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location:  Powers Hall Room 113
Supervisor’s Name:  Constance Johnson - Assistant to the Dean
Supervisor’s Extension:  3903
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Mary Consuegra – Administrative Assistant III
Job Description:  Perform routine clerical, typing, and/or data entry tasks involved in processing varied office materials such as form letters, requisitions, memoranda, lists, reports, or summaries. Scan and upload documents to university systems; verify information against existing records; post information to records; file documents; sort and file materials alphabetically.  Answer departmental telephone and relay messages as necessary.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Data entry; customer service skills; computer skills, and general office skills.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  14 – 20
Spots Available:  two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Nursing 
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Wiegand Hall Room 133
Supervisor’s Name: Kelley Eddington – Operations Manager College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Supervisor’s Extension: 3814
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Patricia Ramkissoon – Administrative Assistant III
Job Description: The Clerical Assistant will assist with answering the phone for the DON, greeting students and guests and giving accurate information.  He/She will assist with special projects for the DON. Answering three phone lines at the front desk as well as greeting students and guests and ascertaining their needs.  Give accurate and timely information on the phone and in person. Assist with purchasing supplies. Assist the DON team and Operations Manager with special projects and events. Run errands across campus to pick up contracts from Legal; walk check requests over to Accounts Payable; pick up forms from the Registrar's Office, etc. Assist with Undergraduate and Graduate filing. Other job related duties that will be assigned by the Operations Manager.
Job Requirements and Skills: Intermediate knowledge for project management in organizing student and faculty orientation. Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007 Access (Excel & word) SharePoint and other computer software. Ability to create memos, letters and formal emails. Ability to work effectively with all level throughout the University. Ability to maintain work in an organized manner.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay Rate: Maximum
For a complete job Description please contact Kelley Eddington via email keddington@barry.edu


Department Name: Public Safety / Crime Prevention office
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Thompson Hall room # 111
Supervisor’s Name: Cherie Knudson – Assistant Director
Supervisor’s Extension: (3334, 3336)
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Smith – Crime Prevention/Investigation Coordinator
Job Description: file papers, make copies, attend/assist with programs, and assist with inventory.
Job Requirements and Skills: filing, answering telephone, attend/assist with crime prevention programs.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15-20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Finance 
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Farrell Hall Room 102
Supervisor’s Name: Ivis Aleman – Administrative Assistant III      
Supervisor’s Extension: 4021
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Elizabeth Eden – Administrative Assistant III
Job Description: Perform clerical tasks, such as filing, scanning, photocopying, and mailing.
Job Requirements and Skills: knowledge of Microsoft office- Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint. Attention to detail and accuracy. Must be able to maintain confidentiality
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 14-16
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Office of Mission Engagement
 Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location: Thompson Hall Room 203
Supervisor’s Name: Adam Stroh – Administrative Assistant II
Supervisor’s Extension: 3599
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Greta Moncayo – Program Manager
Job Description: Carry out various duties related to the Office of Mission Engagement such as:

•             Photocopying, filing and scanning documents
•             Filing and scanning documents
•             Review of Barry CARES letters
•             Take the recycling items to the closest receptacle
•             Take shredding items to the Office of the President
•             Enter attendance for training
•             Help with handout printing and putting together packets
•             Print handouts for the New Employee Orientation
•             Tally the evaluation results

Job Requirements and Skills: Knowledge of & Proficiency in:

  • Word, Excel and PowerPoint

•             Very organized and analytical
•             Strong verbal and written communication skills
•             Preferably a business, marketing or communications major
•             Must be able to work in blocks of three hours minimum per day

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Five (5)
Pay rate: Depending on experience
For a complete Job Description please contact Adam Stroh via email astroh@barry.edu


Department Name: English & Foreign Languages Department
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 333
Supervisor’s Name: Chrissie Chiarella – Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3410
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Laura Alonso-Gallo – English Professor
Job Description: Assist executive secretary, department chair, and full-time  or part-time faculty.  Perform front desk duties such as greeting and directing visitors. Filing, photocopying, scanning. Working with Word and Excel files. Receiving and sorting incoming mail. Preparing outgoing interoffice mail. Delivering documents to other campus buildings. Updating and maintaining bulletin board information.
Job Requirements and Skills: Professional attitude, dependable. Good command of Word and Excel in order to prepare lists and type and edit documents. Microsoft Access is a plus.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Sociology & Criminology Department
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 333
Supervisor’s Name: Chrissie Chiarella – Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3410
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Gary Grizzle – Associate Professor
Job Description: Assist executive secretary, department chair, and full-time  or part-time faculty.  Perform front desk duties such as greeting and directing visitors. Filing, photocopying, scanning. Working with Word and Excel files. Receiving and sorting incoming mail. Preparing outgoing interoffice mail. Delivering documents to other campus buildings. Updating and maintaining bulletin board information.
Job Requirements and Skills: Professional attitude, dependable. Good command of Word and Excel in order to prepare lists and type and edit documents. Microsoft Access is a plus.
Duration: Fall and Spring semesters
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: English and Foreign Languages
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Lehman Hall Room 338
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Margarita Nodarse – Associate Professor Spanish
Supervisor’s Extension: 3417
Name of Assistant Supervisor:
Job Description: Filing, typing (English/Spanish), word processing, research in library & on Internet.
Job Requirements and Skills: Proficiency in Spanish, work on PC. Must be dependable
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Biology
Job Title: Laboratory and Office Assistant
Job Location: School of Natural Health and Sciences Room 317
Supervisor’s Name: Dr. Xiaotang Hu, Professor of Biology
Supervisor’s Extension: 3204
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Stephanie Bingham –Assistant Professor Biology
Job Description: preparation of supply for investigator’s research, such as filter papers, membranes, pipettes, solutions and buffers, culture medium; Autoclave of research supply and biohazards; lab clean after each experiment (sometimes the assistant also needs to clean the supervisor’s teaching lab); wash glassware; research ordering; maintaining of basic cell culture; grading papers; providing technical assistance for editing supervisor’s manuscripts et al.
Job Requirements and Skills: None, the supervisor will provide instructions and basic training.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 12-15
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Library/Technical Services Department
Job Title: Library Student Assistant
Job Location:  Library Room 422
Supervisor’s Name: Cathy L. Pyle – Library Technician/Technical Services/Serial Supervisor
Supervisor’s Extension: 3769
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Marietta De Winter– Assistant Director/Library Technical Services
Job Description: Student provides library services for the technical services department. Shelves and processes new acquisitions, processes mail for library database.
Job Requirements and Skills: Basic clerical skills
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Intercollegiate Athletics
Job Title: Athletic Events Operations Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union Room 118
Supervisor’s Name: James Carrig – Associate Athletic Director
Supervisor’s Extension: 4823
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Belinda Wagy –Graduate Assistant
Job Description: Members of the athletic events operation crew would be expected to take on multiple roles for various events that are held by the athletics department. The majority of the work would be to staff the ticket gates, concession stands, promotions, handle money, and help with set up efforts of each home athletic event and special events. Other duties would include light office work, filing, and marketing efforts. Work study students are an integral part of our operations staff and are extremely important for the safety and efficiency of events in the athletics department.
Job Requirements and Skills:
Candidates looking to apply need to have the following skills:

  • Strong verbal communication

  • Customer service

  • Ability to work independently as well as a team

  • Interpersonal

  • Organizational

  • Problem-solving

  • Ability to lift up to 45 lbs.

  • Ability to work a variable schedule

  • Reliable and punctual

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 5-15
Spots Available: ten (10)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Office of Communications & Marketing
Job Title:  Communications & Marketing Assistant
Job Location: Hopper Marketing Building
Supervisor’s Name: Karen Kaany – Communication and Marketing Coordinator
Supervisor’s Extension: 3997
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Jeffrey LaLiberte – Communication Coordinator II
Job Description:  Assist with the daily functions of the office to include: filing, scanning documents, giveaways, display checkout, and taking documents to Finance.  Assist with campus photography, building web banner ads, and updating social media sites.
Job Requirements and Skills: Must be able to lift packages of up to 50lbs and be able to drive a golf cart. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Preferred but not mandatory skills: Basic knowledge of graphic design principles for web and print media using Adobe Photoshop. Experienced using social media, especially Twitter. Basic knowledge of journalistic writing and research. Basic photography skills. This position is perfect for a student majoring in English or Fine Arts and interested in journalism or public relations/marketing.  
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10-20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Center for Community Service Initiatives

Job Title: America Reads/America Counts Tutor (ARAC)

Job Location:

  • Gratigny Elementary, 11905 North Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33168

  • Hubert O. Sibley K-8 Academy, 255 Northwest 115 Street, Miami, FL 33168

  • W. J. Bryan Elementary, 1201 N.E. 125 Street, Miami, FL 33161

Supervisor’s Name: Christina Leaño – Associate Director, Center for Community Service Initiatives
                                                                                            
Supervisor’s Extension: 4017

Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sashay Goodletty

Job Description: Eligible students serve as tutors in selected elementary and middle schools. Tutors work one-on-one with children who need help to improve their reading and math skills.

Job Requirements and Skills: Students interested in tutoring positions must not be enrolled in an English or Mathematics remediation class. Tutors must complete the required orientation/training and Miami-Dade County Public Schools registration.

Other: Work-study students are paid for their orientation/training time. (Details are available from the CCSI.)

Duration: Fall and Spring

Approximately hours per week: 10-20

Spots Available: 15-20

Pay rate: Please contact CCSI


Department Name: Center for Community Service Initiatives

Job Title: CCSI Project Assistant (On-Campus)

Job Location: Adrian Hall Room 208

Supervisor’s Name: Christina Leaño – Associate Director, Center for Community Service Initiatives
Supervisor’s Extension: 4017

Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Yleinia Galeano - Administrative Assistant III

Job Description: FWS students support Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) programs by providing assistance in the office, conducting training/orientation on the Community Engagement Management System (CEMS), promoting CCSI events, and assisting with program implementation. Duties include making presentations to peers and faculty/staff on the functions of the CCSI, entering community service data into CEMS, assisting students with service site placements, posting service opportunities, conducting weekly tabling to promote CCSI events and registering interested students.

Job Requirements and Skills: Must be punctual and demonstrate professionalism at all times. Familiarity with Microsoft Office programs, experience in community service/volunteer work, demonstrable initiative, high motivation and a willingness to learn.

Duration: fall and spring semesters

Approximate hours per week: 10-20

Spots Available: Five (5)

Pay rate: Please contact CCSI


Department Name: Center for Community Service Initiatives

Job Title: CCSI Community Partner Liaison (Off-Campus)

Job Location:

  • Sinai Plaza Nursing and Rehabilitation Center 201 NE 112 Street Miami, FL 33161

  • Doctor’s Charter School 11301 NW 5th Ave Miami Shores, FL 33168

  • Instruments in a Bottle 11300 NE Second Avenue Miami, FL 33166

  • BRANCHES After School Program* 11500 NW 12th Avenue Miami, FL 33168

  • Art Studio Miami* 7230 NW Miami Ct. Studio #5 (Purple Door) Miami, FL 33150

           
*must be 21 years old and registered as Barry University driver

Supervisor’s Name: Christina Leaño – Associate Director, Center for Community Service Initiatives

Supervisor’s Extension: 4017

Name of Assistant Supervisor: Yleinia Galeano - Administrative Assistant III

Job Description: FWS students are placed with local community agencies; they spend part of their time working on a project managed by the agency and part coordinating volunteers for service at the site. Responsibilities include serving as a liaison between CCSI, students, faculty and community partner; coordinating agency orientation to students interested in volunteering (may be in partnership with the agency’s Volunteer/Activities Coordinator or other agency staff); providing ongoing support to volunteers during their time of service; and tracking/reporting student hours to the CCSI, faculty, and community partner. The Community Partner Liaison will also identify new volunteer opportunities at site and assist in organizing and supporting current volunteer projects. Related duties may be assigned by participating partner or CCSI staff.

Job Requirements and Skills: Must be punctual and demonstrate professionalism at all times. Familiarity with Microsoft Office programs, experience in community service/volunteer work, demonstrable initiative, high motivation and a willingness to learn. Students who are 21 years or older will be registered as Barry University drivers; (Further details are available from the CCSI.)

Duration: Fall and Spring

Approximate hours per week: 10-20

Spots Available:  Four (4)

Pay rate: Please contact CCSI


Department Name: Fine Arts
Job Title: Faculty Office Assistant
Job Location: Fine Arts Quadrangle room 120 1/2
Supervisor’s Name: Angela Curreri – Art Professor
Supervisor’s Extension: 3426
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Michelle Webster – Assistant to the Chair
Job Description: Scan and label images from slides, books and magazines, photograph student work, make copies, studio maintenance etc.
Job Requirements and Skills: Must have photography and Photoshop skills
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10 - 20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: maximum


Department Name:  Communication Department
Job Title:  Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Garner Hall Room 136A
Supervisor’s Name:  Maribel Velasquez – Office Manager
Supervisor’s Extension:  3456
Name of Assistant Supervisor:   Dr. Vicente Berdayes – Department Chair
Job Description: Assisting Office Manager and faculty.  Duties include sorting mail, filing, photocopying, scanning, typing and working with excel spreadsheets, lists, letters and Word documents.  Assisting faculty with special projects when needed. Running errands, retrieving phone messages and email messages.
Job Requirements and Skills: Computer literate. Professional attitude, dependable and detail-oriented. Preferably majoring in communication.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Biology

Job Title: Clerical/ Laboratory Assistant
Job Location: Natural Health and Science Room 305
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Brenda Schoffstall-Assistant Professor Biology
Supervisor’s Extension:  4004
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Christoph Hengartner – Assistant Professor Biology
Job Description: Copy tests, grade objective portions of tests, proofread various assignments, and filing. Organizing lab supplies, daily cleaning of lab glassware and lab countertops.

Job Requirements and Skills:  Dependable, detail orientated, show initiatives, MUST BE ABLE TO MAINTAIN CONFIDENTIALITY. Computer skills in Word and Excel; must be a Biology major who has passed BIO 104 with a C or better.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 10-20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Biology

Job Title: Faculty / Lab Assistant Level 2
Job Location: Natural Health and Science Room 305
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Brenda Schoffstall-Assistant Professor Biology
Supervisor’s Extension:  4004
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Dr. Christoph Hengartner – Assistant Professor Biology
Job Description: Assist with various research lab protocols; prepare chemical solutions; feed and care for experimental animals (zebrafish); organize and clean the laboratory.

Job Requirements and Skills:  Dependable, detail orientated, show initiatives, SOME PRIOR RESEARCH LAB EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
Duration: Summer
Approximately hours per week: Maximum allowable for the particular student.
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Institutional Advancement/ Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs
Job Title:  Office Assistant
Job Location:  LaVoie Hall Room 211
Supervisor’s Name:  Patrick Lynch - Director Grant and Sponsored Programs
Supervisor’s Extension:  3072
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  Nilu Choudhury – Grants Specialist 
Job Description:  Support the Director and two Grants Specialists in the Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs in the following ways:

  • Assist in preparing data reports for the OGSP Director and the VP of Institutional Advancement and External Affairs;

  • Assist in the preparation of grant proposals (copying, assembling, etc.);

  • Upload, archive and maintain the OGSP SharePoint System to ensure that all submitted proposals are archived correctly;

  • Conduct grant-related research as assigned; and

  • Other job related duties and special projects as assigned.

Job Requirements and Skills: 

  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills with a strong attention to  detail;

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including and especially Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint programs; and

  • Must be people and results centered.

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Division of Information Technology
Job Title: Technical Assistant I
Job Location: Library Room 226
Supervisor’s Name: Audrey Johnson – Manager IT Service Desk
Supervisor’s Extension: 4838
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Carmen Ramirez – Manager Computer Lab & Instructional Facilities
Job Description:

  • Provide support connecting mobile devices to the network. 

  • Assist with logging into Barry online resources. 

  • Assist with removing viruses and spyware from computers and help students with PC restoration.

  • Assist students with simple problems in the computer lab.

  • Maintain the appearance of classrooms, computer labs, library technology spaces and department equipment.

  • Answer phones and provide basic assistance with computing problems over the phone. 

  • Enter, update and reassign incidents.

  • Assist with office functions.

Job Requirements and Skills:
Basic computer literacy (CAT 101 or 102 preferred). Able to perform simple office tasks (photocopy, fax, etc.). Punctuality important. Must be dependable, reliable, courteous, & responsible. Must work well with others. Able to lift 30 pounds.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Fine Arts/ Theatre
Job Title: Theatre Technician/Backstage Crew
Job Location: Broad Auditorium
Supervisor’s Name: Fernando Londono – Technical Director
Supervisor’s Extension: 4584
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Natalie Taveras – Technical Director’s Assistant
Job Description:  Duties range from building sets, organizing and cleaning the work space, painting, setting up and running events, operation of sound and/or lighting consoles, or anything deemed necessary by the supervisor. Working in the Theater includes heavy lifting, strenuous climbing, crawling in tight space, climbing ladders and standing for long periods of time.
Other:  For House manager and back stage crew, require nights and weekends availability.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Knowledge of theatre production techniques such as carpentry and painting. Proficiency to work with hand & power tools.  Positive attitude as well as the ability to work well with others in a collaborative environment.
Duration: fall, spring and summer (If applicable)
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  Six (6)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Information Technology/Desktop Support
Job Title: PC Support Technical Assistant
Job Location: Thompson Hall Room 114
Supervisor’s Name: Karl-Marc DeGraff Jr. – Manager Desktop Support Services
Supervisor’s Extension: 2949
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Ian Genus – PC Support Specialist
Job Description:

  • Moving equipment as needed. (Between buildings may be required.)

  • The Zeroing of hard-drives of old equipment

  • Filling out equipment disposal paper work

  • Assist Staff w/Daily Duties.

  • Basic troubleshooting problems on PC’s as needed.

  • Update inventory database

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Basic computer literacy (CAT 101 or 102 preferred).

  • Must be proficient in MS Office, PC & printer troubleshooting skills.

  • Able to perform simple office tasks (photocopy, fax, etc.). Punctuality important.

  • Must be dependable, reliable, courteous, & responsible.

  • Organize and maintain work bench areas

  • Must have a positive attitude.

  • Must work well with others.

  • Able to lift 50lbs

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Six (6)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: International and Multicultural Programs     
Job Title: Receptionist/ Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union Room 202 B
Supervisor’s Name: Claudia Biscardi – Manager International & Multicultural Programs           
Supervisor’s Extension: 4920
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Tran Nguyen – International Student Advisor
Job Description:  Receptionist, general office duties, typing, answering phone calls, oversee student schedules.  Maintain all government forms, promote and coordinate events
Job Requirements and Skills: General office skills.  Candidate must be willing to learn, dependable, responsible, friendly, and computer literate. Government forms experience helpful.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Information Technology/Computer Labs & Instructional Facilities
Job Title:  Technical Assistant I
Job Location: Library Room 226
Supervisor’s Name: Carmen Ramirez – Manager Computer Lab & Instructional Facilities           
Supervisor’s Extension: 3732           
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Audrey Johnson – Manager IT Service Desk
Job Description:

  • Provide support connecting mobile devices to BarryNet. 

  • Assist with logging into Barry online resources. 

  • Assist with removing viruses and spyware from computers and help students with PC restoration.

  • Assist students with simple problems in the computer lab.

  • Maintain the appearance of classrooms, computer labs, library technology spaces and department equipment.

  • Answer phones, assist faculty and staff w/PC problems over the phone.

  • Enter, update and reassign service request.

  • Assist with office functions.

Job Requirements and Skills: Basic computer literacy (CAT 101 or 102 preferred). Able to perform simple office tasks (photocopy, fax, etc.). Punctuality important. Must be dependable, reliable, courteous, & responsible. Must work well with others. Able to lift 30 pounds.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Thirteen (10)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Information Technology/Computer Labs & Instructional Facilities
Job Title:  Technical Assistant II
Job Location: Library Room 226
Supervisor’s Name: Carmen Ramirez – Manager Computer Lab & Instructional Facilities           
Supervisor’s Extension: 3732           
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Audrey Johnson – Manager IT Service Desk
Job Description:

  • Same as Technical Assistant I. Also solve more complex problems.

  • Install software, work on lab machines, solving hardware & software problems, hardware configuration, delivering & setting up computers. 

  • Report hardware problems not resolved to supervisors.

  • Assist in maintaining lab software up to date.

Job Requirements and Skills: Proficient on computer with basic word processing and spreadsheet skills. Must be good with people, dependable. Able to lift 30 lbs.
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  Twelve (10)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Information Technology          
Job Title:  Office Assistant
Job Location: Garner Hall Room 235
Supervisor’s Name: Grace James - Executive Assistant      
Supervisor’s Extension: 3600
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Glendon Redway – Director IT Business Operations
Job Description:
Perform duties with moderate supervision -

  • answer phones and transfer to appropriate staff member

  • take and distribute accurate phone messages

  • receive, sort and distribute incoming department mail,

  • fax, scan and photocopy documents

  • ensure copier is properly maintained/serviced – paper and toner supplies

  • perform work related errands within other areas of the division

  • relieve switchboard attendants as necessary

  • update database with monthly information

  • assist with event planning when needed

  • maintain office filing and storage systems

  • Perform other job related duties as assigned.

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • competent computer skills including Microsoft office

  • organization and planning skills

  • verbal and communication skills

  • attention to detail

  • flexibility and reliability

  • good work ethics

 
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Four (4)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Intercollegiate Athletics
Job Title:  Team Manager - Volleyball
Job Location: Health and Sports Center Room 131
Supervisor’s Name:  Steve Hendricks- Head Volleyball Coach
Supervisor’s Extension:  3563
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Katherine McCrath - Assistant Coach Volleyball
Job Description:  Assist with practice, statistics, laundry, equipment, video, file
Job Requirements and Skills:  communication, computer skills, attention to detail
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:  Division of Institutional Advancement/ Foundation Development and Relations
Job Title:  Office Assistant
Job Location:  As yet unknown (moving offices over the summer)
Supervisor’s Name:  Shannon Brown
Supervisor’s Extension:  4834
Name of Assistant Supervisor:  None
Job Description:  Support the Director of Foundation Development and Relations in the effort to fund-raise from high-priority private and corporate foundations.  Required activities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Research of local foundation prospects, board, engagement activities within the community;

  • Enter notes, tasks and proposals in Raiser’s Edge;

  • Input tasks and deadlines into the shared Outlook calendar;

  • Assist in preparing data reports to VP of Institutional Advancement and External Affairs;

  • Assist in the preparation of proposals and final reports (copying, assembling, etc.); and

  • Other job related duties and special projects as assigned.

Job Requirements and Skills: 

  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills with a strong attention to  detail;

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including and especially Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint programs;

  • Must be trained on and quickly adapt to the fundraising software, Raiser’s Edge and Research Edge; and

  • Must be people and results centered.

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week:  15-20
Spots Available: one (1)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Campus Recreation and Wellness
Job Title: Fitness Center Attendant
Job Location: Landon Fitness Center Room 201
Supervisor’s Name: Daniel Hill – Fitness Center Director and Instructor  
Supervisor’s Extension: 4078
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Tonya Carswell – Graduate Assistant
Job Description: Responsible for checking participant ID cards for entry into the fitness center. Also, have limited data entry responsibilities, folding towels, cleaning chores, and other operational duties.
Job Requirements and Skills: Have an understanding and appreciation for physical fitness. CPR certified or teaching expertise a huge plus.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: 8-10
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: History and Political Science
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: O’Laughlin Hall room 250
Supervisor’s Name:  Dr. Sean Foreman – Associate Professor Political Science
Supervisor’s Extension: 4098
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Wanda Sily - Administrative Assistant I
Job Description: Perform clerical tasks, such as filing, photocopying, and mailing
Job Requirements and Skills: Proficient use of various computer programs; solid research skills; professional appearance and behavior; availability for hours throughout the week. Basic knowledge of politics and government is desired but not required.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: Landon Student Union Office
Job Title: Office Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union Room 103
Supervisor’s Name: Gaston Arellano – Coordinator Student Union
Supervisor’s Extension: 3081
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Tiffany Dumant- Student Union Office Service Assistant
Job Description:

  • Answers, screens and routes all incoming telephone calls accordingly.

  • Responds to walk-in inquiries regarding account balances or activity, services available, or explanation of department policies and procedures.

  • Assists in the production of Barry University ID card. Issues, replaces and validates ID cards for registered students, faculty and staff members.

  • Provides customer service to address the needs of members of the Barry community as well as visitors. Assist in services offered by the Student Union including local phone calls, copying, sending and receiving faxes, scanning, and meal plans.

  • Assists in the coordination of events that take place in the Landon Student Union building.

  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Be "in good standing" with the University

  • Follow the dress code

  • Greet and assist guests

  • Work in a team environment with both students and professional staff

  • Be responsible for your shift to ensure you provide coverage

  • Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.

Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: 8
Pay rate: Minimum

For a complete Job Description contact Gaston Arellano via email garellano@barry.edu


Department Name: School of Professional And Career Education
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location:PACE Melbourne Site
Supervisor's Name: J Brooke Cruz
Supervisor's Extension: 7481
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Elizabeth Francisco
Job Description: Assist with assembling presentation packages, tallying evaluations, faxing, photocopying, filing, mailings, etc.
Job Requirements and Skills: Dependable, detail-oriented, & possess a positive attitude. Basic computer and office skills.
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: 2-3
Pay Rate: Minimum


Department Name: School of Professional And Career Education
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: 11415 NE 2nd Avenue
Supervisor’s Name: Maureen Rogers - Administrative Assistant III 
Supervisor’s Extension: 4946
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lauren Eadeh - Site Manager
Job Description:  Filing students file, some computer skills
Job Requirements and Skills: Filing, making packages for information sessions, lite typing, and computer skills, must be able to follow directions
Duration: fall and spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available:  four (4)
Pay rate:  Minimum


Department Name: Financial Aid
Job Title: Clerical Assistant
Job Location: Kelly House room 205
Supervisor’s Name: Yamirka Rial - Associate Director of Financial Aid
Supervisor’s Extension: 3117
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Alexandra Solano - Processor
Job Description:

  • Tracking documents and requesting additional documents if necessary

  • Filing documents and organizing files

  • Work from report following instructions

  • Data entry in Colleague

  • Assist as necessary with all with opening and sorting mail

  • Mailing and checking award letters for accuracy, processing outgoing mail

  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Requirements and Skills:

  • Dependable

  • Detail-oriented

  • Basic computer and office skills

  • Must be organized

  • Able to maintain confidentiality

  • Able to file documents in alphabet order

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Center for Student Involvement
Job Title: Student Organization Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lakima Garnett - Associate Director
Job Description: Assist with the overall management of student organizations, assist with maintenance of registered student organizations master roster of members, service reporting, and project lead attendance. Perform other related tasks.
Job Requirements and Skills: General Office Knowledge
Duration: Fall and Spring Semester 
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: One (1)       
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Center for Student Involvement
Job Title: Event Assistant Office
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lakima Garnett - Associate Director
Job Description: Supports audio/visual needs for campus events and activities. Plan,set up, break down, and staff events and activities. Light lifting. General office duties.      
Job Requirements and Skills: Audio/Visual systems knowledge/Basic Office
Duration: Fall and Spring     
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: Four (4)
Pay rate: Maximum


Department Name: Center for Student Involvement
Job Title:  Marketing Assistant
Job Location: Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Bacheler Jean-Pierre - Marketing Coordinator for Student Affairs
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Job Description:
POSITION 1
Assisting with taking pictures at different students affairs events, assisting with picture editing for marketing purposes using specific software, assisting filming and editing videos for different events, assisting with creating minor designs for clubs and organizations

POSITION 2
Filing, photocopying, handling printing between student affairs and business center, scheduling, distributing and hanging up posters for CSI events in different buildings, responsible for formatting TV ads and web graphics. Assisting at large events such as Founders’week, Homecoming, etc.

POSITION 3
Helping enhance social media, responsible for updates on social media, creating street team to help promote and create Buzz about certain events, assisting with the "Be You" videos.
           
Job Requirements and Skills: General Office Knowledge
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: Three (3)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:    Center for Student Involvement
Job Title:  Commuter Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lakima Garnett - Associate Director
Job Description: General office duties that include computer data entry, record-keeping, filing, telephone interaction, customer service, written communication pieces such as fliers, and mailings. Event duties include assisting with preparation and staffing of all department events. Servicing and maintaining the commuter lounge.
Job Requirements and Skills: General Office Knowledge
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: Two (2)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name:    Center for Student Involvement
Job Title: Greek Life Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Singh-Passley -Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lakima Garnett - Associate Director
Job Description: Assist with the overall management & development of fraternities and sororities. Assist with the maintenance of Greek bulletins, Greek directories, and other publications. Attend specified meetings/events (I.E. Expansion presentations) to assist with administrative tasks. Perform other job related duties.        
Job Requirements and Skills: General Office Knowledge
Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Center for Student Involvement
Job Title: Office/Events Assistant
Job Location:  Landon Student Union Room 202
Supervisor’s Name: Sharon Singh-Passley - Administrative Assistant III
Supervisor’s Extension: 3961
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Lakima Garnett - Associate Director
Job Description: Assist in developing and implementing the programs and resources of the center for student involvement. Specific duties include but are not limited to: staffing three front desk areas, filing, copying, general office duties, program promoting and tabling, designing and distributing promotional materials, attending and staffing events/programs. Also, create projects, design and post event advertisements. Plan, set up and staff events. Light and heavy lifting. Perform other job related duties as assigned.
Job Requirements and Skills: General Office Knowledge
Duration: Fall and Spring     
Approximately hours per week: 15
Spots Available:  Ten (10)
Pay rate: Minimum


Department Name: Workplace and Instructional Technologies Service
Job Title: Lab Assistant
Job Location: Library Room 301
Supervisor’s Name: Marena Delgado - Coordinator of Support Services
Supervisor’s Extension: 3798
Name of Assistant Supervisor: Laura Fothergill - Trainer Instructional Technologies
Job Description:  Assistant Lab Monitor will perform a variety of duties associated with instructional technologies support.  These duties include, but are not limited to: (1) day to day clerical support for wITs staff, (2) general maintenance of wITs environment, and (3) assist trainers during wITs training workshops as requested.
Job Requirements and Skills:  Candidate must possess general clerical skills such as

  • Computational skills

  • Ability to perform routine office work using basic clerical skills.

  • Ability to work with people.

  • Ability to work as a team member and follow directions.

Duration: Fall and Spring
Approximately hours per week: 20
Spots Available: One (1)
Pay rate: Minimum

Forms

Federal Work-Study Student Employment Handbook

Federal Work-Study Program job application: To be completed if you have been awarded College Work-Study.

Form W-4: To be completed only if your financial aid award letter included an award for Federal College Work-Study.

Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9): To be completed if you have been awarded College Work-Study.

Direct Deposit Form: To be completed if you have been awarded College Work-Study and want your earnings to be transferred to your bank account.

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