Classifed/Wage Positions (part-time)
Position # W00037
Job Description: Part-time position responsible for the accounting function of the college’s auxiliary funds. Manage student financial accounts to include third party contracts, receivables, and cashiering. Support, cross-train, and serve as a back-up for various Business Office and auxiliary functions. Assist the Business Manager and Accountant in analyzing, reconciling, and completing monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, schedules, and financial statements. Meet all reporting requirements of local, state, and federal agencies. Maintain strict compliance with Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP Manual).
Minimum Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills required along with demonstrated knowledge of spreadsheet applications and accounting software. Applicant must have a sound understanding / experience in accounting principles, accuracy, timeliness, pay attention to detail and the ability to work independently. Knowledge of QuickBooks financial accounting system and QuickBooks Point of Sale system preferred. Experience in financial management and systems operations with the Commonwealth of Virginia and/or the Virginia Community College System including PeopleSoft AIS and SIS systems preferred.
Salary: Minimum $15.00 an hour
Writing Center Tutor
POSITION NO. W0059-W0064
Two Part-Time Wage positions
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Writing Center Tutor is primarily responsible for assisting DSLCC students in improving their writing drafts prepared for their academic course work. This assistance may involve help with contents of writing assignments, elements of style such as paragraph development and sentence variety, and sentence mechanics such as grammar and spelling. Work is performed under the general supervision of Writing Center Coordinator.
- Attends training sessions
- Schedules appointments for tutorial sessions
- Prepares and conduct writing skills development workshops
- Keeps detailed records of students served
- Keeps the referring instructor informed of the type of tutorial assistance his/her student received
- Submits required reports
- Participates in professional development activities
- Actively participates in staff meetings
- Helps keep reference resources organized and available
- Helps with activities to promote services offered by the WC
- Collects data on student’s performance improvement as part of the assessment of the tutorial program
- Assists the Writing Center Coordinator with other tasks as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS: Successful applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in English, Education, or Reading.
- Strong oral and written communications skills
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Strong critical thinking skills
- Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships
- Ability to work independently and with others
- Ability to utilize computer technology to access data, maintain records and generate reports
- Possess a sincere desire to work with students