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Both Federal Work Study and Leopard Work
Telecounselors act as a liaison between the university and prospective students, marketing the benefits of a Wentworth education. Representing all areas of our diverse student body, telecounselors recruit the next generation of Wentworth students by communicating with prospective students by phone and email and play a vital role in the Admissions Office’s efforts to meet the goals of the department.
- Helps lead recruitment efforts by attending and hosting on-campus events, creating or updating marketing materials, engaging with Accelerate faculty ambassadors, and regularly meeting with Accelerate staff to ideate on new opportunities for team development.
- Serve as liaison between Accelerate staff and student representatives to communicate ideas for improving the IdeaHacker program and adjusting strategies/expectations accordingly.
The Library Technology Specialist is responsible for overseeing all printing related issues at Wentworth’s Library by maintaining and performing the following duties:
- Ensures Technology Sandbox facilities and equipment are well maintained.
- Provides Technology Sandbox users with instruction and technical assistance with services and related technologies including 3D printing and scanning..
- Provides support for equipment borrowing service.
- Represents the Library and Technology Sandbox to patrons in a friendly and professional manner.
- Performs other duties or projects as needed.
The Info Hub Attendant maintains desk operations throughout the week. This includes: customer assistance, selling tickets, answering telephone and email inquiries, photocopying/faxing/printing, distributing T-passes, lockers, and other departmental arrangements, keeping the work area clean, and other duties as assigned.
Customer Service: Info Hub Attendants will provide exemplary customer service by providing information about campus, giving directions, and positive daily interactions with those who use the Flanagan Campus Center.
Summer semester job only. Student will help to develop laboratory exercises related to Internet of Things. The work will involve learning, developing and documenting software languages, web communication, and microcontroller hardware systems. Some exercises will be based on available tutorials and documentation, and others will involve development based on less detailed information.
Job Title: Student Caller
Our OSA Assistants enjoy a friendly and quiet environment, where they are able to work on homework (80% of your time) while assisting us with the operation of the office (20% of your time). The position responsibilities generally consist of greeting and assisting visitors, answering phone calls, general clerical duties such as filing, with an occasional project.