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Federal Work-Study Position Application Form

Job Title

Academic Services/Business Office Assistant
Reports to Academic Services/Sara Brann
Department Academic Services/Student and Business Services
Days of Week Flexible
Time of Day Flexible during office hours: 8 am - 5 pm
Hours per week 2.5
Start date 8/27/15
End date 5/3/16
Pay rate 10.25
General description/brief summary Provide general office support for Academic Services and Business offices.
Duties/responsibilities
  • General office support including filing, copying, scanning, sorting, word processing, etc.
  • Assist with accounts payable: date stamp invoices as paid, make folders as needed.
  • Organize wall calendar: maintain three month calendar.
  • Workroom supplies: keep drawers filled with paper, keep forms tree supplied with forms.
  • Supply stock room: keep track of supplies and submit order request as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned. 
Skills/qualifications Attention to detail. Dependable. Computer skills. Work with minimal supervision. Ability to follow confidentiality requirements. Able to complete tasks in a timely manner. 
Physical demands  Lift weight of at least one box/case of copier paper.

Jody Gunn
(MDiv Connections)

JodyIn the summer of 2006, I made a pact with a high school friend to make our fortieth decade significant. My goal was to complete my Master of Divinity degree before I turned fifty years old. Inside I asked myself and God, "How is this was going to be possible?" Eventually, I was willing to be open to it. My life seemed crazy enough without adding seminary to the mix. I am married to Eric and have two children 15 and 10, so I run a household. I serve a church half time and find many opportunities to volunteer in our community. In spite of the busyness of my life I said "Yes!" to Bethany because I really was at a point in my life where it made sense.