ALL WORK-STUDY POSITIONS

Level 1

General Office/Entry Level
Basic skills necessary/Some experience preferred
Pay Rate: $8.15
Name Description Department
Women's Soccer Videographer Videographer Athletics
Game Management-Women's Basketball Game Management Athletics
Volleyball Team Manager Volleyball Team Manager. Athletics
Operations Assistant Operations Assistant Conference Services

Level 2

General/Skilled Office
Specific skill sets required/may include difficult job situations
Pay Rate: $8.45
Name Description Department
Athletic Training Facility Assistant Athletic Training Facility Assistant Athletics-Training Room
Radio Studio Manager Manager of Radio Studio. Communication
Administrative Aide Assist professional and administrative staff in a confidential setting serving the health and wellness needs of Capital University students. Counseling and Health Services
Maintenance/Grounds Maintenance/Grounds Student Assistant Facilities Management
Student Assistant I Student Assistant I Financial Aid


Level 3

Paraprofessional
Highly skilled positions often including planning & supervisory responsibility
Pay Rate: $8.75
Name Description Department
Academic Success Peer Tutor Academic Success Peer Tutor Academic Success
Academic Technology Video Assistant The Academic Technology Video Assistant will work on a project basis to assist with video recording of special academic events on campus including guest speakers, faculty colloquium series, and full day events such as the MLK day of learning. CELT
Teaching Assistant II Senior Lab Teaching Assistant Chemistry
Workshop Leader Chemistry Workshop Leader Chemistry
Research Assistant Chemistry Research Assistant Chemistry
America Reads Tutor America Reads is a nationwide literacy project with the goal of teaching the majority of children to read well and independently by the end of the third grade. During the 2012-2013 academic year, tutors from Capital contributed over 6100 hours of service to sites across the city of Columbus. Tutors will work with students in after-school programs who, in most cases, are performing below their expected academic level. Tutors will work regularly with the same students to allow a relationship between tutor and student to be built which will allow for greater learning potential for the student. SCE-America Reads