Workstudy - Available Positions


Filter by:        


Department Job Title Location Supervisor Phone Pay

-- None -- Assistant Off Campus Coeur d'Alene Public Library Ruth Prat (208)769-2380 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist Library Foundation volunteers and staff with the StoryCatcher program in capturing recorded interviews with a variety of community members and editing these recordings for placement on the StoryCatcher internet site.  
Qualifications:  Experience with video recording via camera, phone or tablet a plus.  Must be outgoing, professional and have a sense of humor and creativity!  Will learn editing with Adobe Premier 12
Length of Employment:  Immediate - May 2015
Description:  Assist with StoryCatcher Project - Video taping and editing recorded interviews (will train in techniques)

-- None -- Fundraising Assistant On Campus Patty Stewart (208) 769-3348 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with Fundraising activities, preparation of events, packaging of prizes, and decorating.    
Qualifications:  Training is available. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Assist with Fundraising Events and preparation. 

-- None -- Fundraising Assistant On Campus Patty Stewart (208) 769-3348 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with Fundraising activities, preparation of events, packaging of prizes, and decorating.  
Qualifications:  Training is available. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Assist with Fundraising Events and Preparation. 

-- None -- Office Assistant HED 101 Rayann Bounds and Vicki Peterson (208)769-3433 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Updating Curriculum Council Binders, filing, labeling, copying, and other generic office duties as assigned.  
Qualifications:  Basic understanding of office procedures.  Desired qualifications would include ability to file, copy, label, ability to use Microsoft Office, follow directions, and be responsible in a professional office.  
Length of Employment:  FY 2014-2015
Description:  Clerical and office support.  

-- None -- Shop Assistant Off Campus 1401 Fruitdale Ave, CDA 83815 Calvin DeHaas (208) 699-3988 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Clean and organize the collision repair lab. 
Qualifications:  Must be a collision repair student.    
Length of Employment:  August - May
Description:  Collision Repair shop organization. 

-- None -- Theatre Department Assistant BOS 214 Joe Jacoby (208)769-3220 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Help keep script library and other resources organized, help organize materials, including props or costumes if needed.  Assist with publicity, filing, answering phones, help draft letters, update contacts.    
Qualifications:  Be reliable, timely, organized, have flexibility, understand filing systems, good people skills.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and/or Spring Semester
Description:  Office support, publicity, organization of storage areas for the Theatre Department.  

American Indian Support Office Assistant SUB 003 Evanlene Melting Tallow (208) 769-3365 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Student workers help greet and answer basic program questions, answer phone and help with office projects. 
Qualifications:  Full-time student.  Have good writing skills, knowledge of Word and Excel. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring
Description:  American Indian Student Services Office Assistant. 

Athletics Concession stand Cashier/Assistant GYM Patty Stewart (208) 769-3348 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Work in the Concession stand during indoor sports games (Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, etc.)   
Qualifications:  Must be good with counting change/cashier.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Concession stand cashier assistant. 

Athletics Equipment Room Assistant GYM Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with player equipment, pick-up, Laundry (washing/folding of practice clothes and uniforms). 
Qualifications:  Training available. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Equipment Room Assistant for Athletic Department (Gymnasium). 

Athletics Game Filming GYM patty Stewart/Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 469-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Film Home games or matches for Basketball and Volleyball.
Qualifications:  Short Training will be done prior to first games or matches. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Game Management - Game Filming.

Athletics Game Management Assistant GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with set-up and take down of games.  During the games, be available to assist with small jobs (making sure fans stay off the floor, sweep floor at breaks, assist with half time contests, and misc. small jobs). 
Qualifications:  Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Game Management Assistant. 

Athletics Game Management Staff GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Hospitality room assistant and Game Management Assistant.
Qualifications:  Help with taking tickets at the door, set up food and snacks, and assist with a variety of jobs during games/matches. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Game Management Staff and Hospitality Room Assistant.  

Athletics Game Security GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with crowd control and keeping games and matches running smoothly. 
Qualifications:  N/A   
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Security for games/matches. 

Athletics Game Security GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 469-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with crowd control.  Keeping games and matches running smoothly. 
Qualifications:  N/A
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Security for games/matches.

Athletics Game Shot Clock Operator GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Run the Shot Clock at Basketball games. 
Qualifications:  Training is available, but prior experience would be great!
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Game Shot Clock Operator. 

Athletics Gate/Cashier Staff GYM Patty Stewart/Kelsey Stanley (209) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Checking student IDs, Passes, and collecting money for admission to games and/or matches. 
Qualifications:  Must be able to quickly and accurately count change. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Game Management Staff - Gate/cashier 

Athletics Men's Basketball Team Assistant GYM 130 Corey Symons (208) 769-3352 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Responsible for gym maintenance before and after daily practices, running score clock during practices and games, daily laundry of team gear, and other duties related to basketball.  
Qualifications:  No qualifications required.  Experience in related responsibilities preferred.    
Length of Employment:  September - May
Description:  Assist in day to day operations of Men's Basketball practices and games.  2-3 positions available for 9 months (September - May).

Athletics Office Assist for Athletic Department GYM Patty Stewart (208) 769-3348 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Answer phone, greet visitors, filing, copying, typing, and other small jobs.    
Qualifications:  Knowledge of basic computer programs and office skills.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Office Assistant for Athletic Department. 

Athletics Record Keeper GYM Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Recording stats at home matches/games. 
Qualifications:  Volleyball knowledge or experience.
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Take stats and records at volleyball matches.  

Athletics Scoreboard Operator GYM Patty Stewart or Kelsey Stanley (208) 769-3348 or (208) 769-3218 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Run the scoreboard during games or matches. 
Qualifications:  Training is available, but prior experience would be helpful.  Have good knowledge of sports rules and running a scoreboard.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Scoreboard Operator. 

Athletics Soccer Game Assistant GYM Ken Thompson (208) 769-7157 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Game Management staff and assistant. 
Qualifications:  Assist with small jobs during Soccer matches. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Soccer Game Management

Athletics Women's Basketball Team Manager Assistant GYM Carey Carlson (208) 665-2758 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist coaches in set-up and facilitation of team practices, game management, and other aspects of a collegiate basketball team. 
Qualifications:  Must be a full-time NIC student, former high school basketball player, highly organized, responsible, and energetic.  Must be able to work from 8:15-1045 each morning during the week for practices and some weeknights and weekends for games.  
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Women's Basketball Team Manager. 

Bookstore (Mica Peak Exchange) Merchandiser SUB Sheila Johnson (208) 769-7788 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Help customers, run a touch screen register, put out merchandise, keep a clean and well maintained store appearance. 
Qualifications:  Good basic math skills, good communication skills, attention to detail. 
Length of Employment:  As long as you are a NIC student with 6 credits
Description:  Customer Service, Merchandiser. 

Children's Center Classroom Assistant On Campus Jessica Geiger (208) 769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Interaction and playing with the children as well as clean up and preparation for classroom projects.  Upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d' Alene is also required and entails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test.  Any persons with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d' Alene.  Call Jessica or Jolie for more information at 769-3471 or 769-4377.  
Qualifications:  Love of children, willingness to learn, and reliability.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Classroom Assistant to help work directly with caring for children and classroom duties; ideal hours are 7:00-9:00 a.m. and 2:30-5:30 p.m. all days of the week, although help at anytime is also welcome.  

Children's Center Kitchen Assistant On Campus Jessica Geiger (208) 769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Kitchen assistant to help our cooks in cleaning (dishes, washing/setting tables, sweeping, and laundry) before and after meal times.  There is no food preparation involved.  This job requires working with children and upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d' Alene is required and tails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test.  Any person with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d' Alene.  Call Jessica or Jolie for more information at 769-3471 or 769-4377.  
Qualifications:  Reliability and thoroughness. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Kitchen Assistant to help with kitchen clean up. 

Children's Center Office Assistant On Campus Jessica Geiger (208) 769-3471 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Filing, copying, typing, general clean up.  Upon offer of job, an Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d'Alene is also required and entails a full FBI background check, fingerprints, and a TB test.  Any persons with felony charges, drug charges or domestic violence charges cannot work with children in the City of Coeur d' Alene.  Call Jessica or Jolie for more information at 769-3471 or 769-4377. 
Qualifications:  Confidentiality, literacy skills, technology skills.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring semesters
Description:  Office assistant to assist Senior Administrative staff. 

College Skills Division Clerical Support LKH 118 Richard King (208) 665-4535 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Front desk receptionist duties include answering the phone, word processing, data entry, providing professional customer service to students, staff and the public, processing requests for tutoring, assisting staff with projects as assigned and maintaining a tidy environment.  
Qualifications:  Excellent attendance, punctuality, computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.), the ability to multi-task in a dynamic environment.     
Length of Employment:  Per semester
Description:  To provide a first point of contact for students and visitors to the College Skills center as well as coordinating tutoring appointments and providing general clerical support. 

Communications and Marketing Social Media Assistant SHE 104 Stacy Hudson (208) 769-7819 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Responsible for engaging students online and offering answers to enrollment/registration/admissions questions through the NIC social media program "Facebook Fridays."  This will entail four hours of posting engaging posts on the college's social media pages and then offering c
Qualifications:  Understanding of social media etiquette, a personal Facebook page (which is necessary to become an administrator of the college Facebook page, but will not be used).  General understanding of NIC departments and processes.  
Length of Employment:  August 2014 - May 2015
Description:  Social Media Engagement

Communications and Marketing Video Production Assistant SHE 104 Stacy Hudson (208) 769-7819 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Responsible for the editing/composition/production of short video productions intended for use on the college's website and YouTube channel for promotional purposes.  
Qualifications:  Video production skills and experience using some form of video production software is required.  Examples of video productions must be provided upon interviewing for this position.  Some videography and photography skills are also required.,  
Length of Employment:  August 2014 - May 2015
Description:  Video Production

Corner Gallery Gallery Assistant BOS 144 Betsy Conery (208) 769-3276 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Monitor the Boswell Hall Corner Gallery during hours of operation.  Assist in the Boswell Hall Main Office as needed. 
Qualifications:  Responsible, Trustworthy, able to adhere to scheduled time as arranged, phone and office etiquette a must as this position has contact with public and student population.  
Length of Employment:  Intermittent throughout the school year; depends on gallery shoes, dates, and hours.
Description:  To assist as needed within the Art Department Boswell Hall Corner Gallery.  Also, to fill in at the Boswell Hall Main Office during hours of office closure as scheduled. 

Custodial Services/Facilities Operations Student Custodian CST Matthew Sebby (208) 769-3351 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Includes light/medium custodial work (vacuuming, dusting, window cleaning, pulling trash, and office cleaning) and event setup. 
Qualifications:  Available to work from 4pm to 10pm. 
Length of Employment:  Available while school is in session
Description:  Purpose is to learn responsibility of holding a job, reporting on time, performing work as assigned, and working with a team. 

Disability Support Services Front Desk Support STR 100 Tim Gerlitz, Ryan Scott and Ty Caraway (208) 676-7200 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Use computer programs such as Microsoft Word/Excel and other technology applications such as scanning and transcribing.  Clerical duties include: organizing files, equipment inventory, and delivering messages to staff members. 
Qualifications:  Working knowledge or the ability to learn Microsoft Word/Excel and Adobe Pro.  Detailed oriented with excellent organization skills and customer service oriented.  
Length of Employment:  Academic semester or longer
Description:  There are various duties to which a student worker could be assigned.  The main position is the front desk position where the student worker would create a pleasant atmosphere for visitors that come to the Disability Support Services (DSS).  Other positions are assigned as needed: note taker, scribe, scanning books, transcribing videos, reader, and lab assistant.  The student worker may be asked to run errands and/or other duties requested by the Support Staff Coordinator.  

Head Start Head Start Assistant On Campus Susan Edwards (208) 263-6232 or (208) 290-7421 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Working with young children 3 to 5 years of age, getting them ready for Kindergarten
Qualifications:  Must be 18 years of age or older.  Be willing to take direction.  Enjoy working with young children.  
Length of Employment:  Fall Semester
Description:  Assist the classroom teacher with implementing the curriculum.  Also, working with the preschool students helping them to meet their Kindergarten readiness goals.  Occasionally assisting in the kitchen.

Head Start PTE Program Support HED 101 Rayann Bounds and Vicki Peterson (208)769-3433 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Help in PTE Programs with various tasks primarily related to shop settings.  Duties may include cleaning, organizing, painting, setting demonstrations, and other duties as assigned.  
Qualifications:  Understanding of shop settings, safety, and use of small hand and power tools.  
Length of Employment:  FY 2014-2015
Description:  PTE Program Support

Library Lab Consultant MOL Shelley Cobetto (208) 769-3380 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist fellow students with computer questions.  Checking currently enrolled students in and out of the lab.  Answer phones.  Maintaining printers.  Consultants will monitor and keep the lab clean to ensure a safe and secure environment for the student user. &
Qualifications:  Though not expected to know everything about all software, the Lab Consultant will be able to assist in starting the computers, learning the basics of most commonly used software in the labs, and assist in printing.  Lab Consultants are not permitted to perform work which will be directly r
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  The Molstead Computer lab is looking for Work Study students to assist patrons with their computer questions.  Computer experience is desired but not required.  We offer training and references for those needing experience in the workforce.  

Library Library Aide MOL Robin McLeod (208) 769-3215 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist with various tasks in circulation and technical services. 
Qualifications:  Preferred candidates will have abilities in keyboarding, Excel, and Word.  A variety of skills tests will be given along with an interview.  
Length of Employment:  During all semesters
Description:  Library Assistant. 

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Computer Lab Monitor STR 308 Marlene Spencer (208) 665-4521 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Monitor computer lab to make sure computers are not abused or stolen.  Make sure printer is working and supplies are available, clean whiteboard and desks. 
Qualifications:  Responsible and Reliable.  If you can not show up to work on time and/or work your entire shift, please do not apply. 
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semester
Description:  Monitor computer lab

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Computer Science Assistant STR 209 Nancy Ripplinger (208) 665-5079 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist computer science instructor with duties as assigned.  Will be working specifically with computer equipment.  Must have basic computer skills, word processing, basic filing/organizational skills, and some programming knowledge and technical experience with computers would be beneficial.  
Qualifications:  High School diploma along with entry level technical experience with pc's. 
Length of Employment:  Fall 2014
Description:  Assist with Computer Science technical support and technology camps.  

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Math Department Assistant STR 201 Cheryl Cunnington (208) 769-5907 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Tabulate and record data, type documents, compute statistics, create graphics. 
Qualifications:  Statistics background, preferably our M253 stats class. 
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 Academic Year
Description:  Compile data on common finals, SLOA's, and other departmental. 

Math, Computer Science, and Engineering Division Summer Technology Camp Assistant and Fall 2014 Computer Science Technician STR Nancy Ripplinger (208) 665-5079 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assisting with youth ages 9-18 for summer camps with software and robotics equipment.  In Fall, assist in research and development of Computer Science Curriculum and program. 
Qualifications:  High School diploma or equivalent status.  Enjoys working with children of all ages.  Computer Science background. Willingness to take directed instruction.  
Length of Employment:  August 5-7, August 12-14 and Fall 2014 semester (flexible hours)
Description:  Assist with Summer Technology Camps and Fall 2014 Computer Science Technician. 

Natural Sciences Division Computer Lab Assistant MHS 250 Cindy Deschamp (208) 769-3495 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Monitor the MHS Computer Lab to make sure computer equipment is not abused or stolen.  Report any technical problems with computers to supervisor. 
Qualifications:  Dependable and responsible individuals encouraged to apply.  
Length of Employment:  Fall and Spring Semesters
Description:  Computer Lab Assistant. 

Natural Sciences Division Lab Aid MHS 206 David Abshere (208) 676-2017 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Preparation and take down of all Biology and Chemistry laboratories.
Qualifications:  Biology and/or Chemistry experience preferred but not required. 
Length of Employment:  Negotiable
Description:  Lab aid

NIC at Sandpoint Computer Lab Consultant On Campus Christine Callison (208) 263-4594 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist fellow students with computer questions.  Check currently enrolled students in and out of the lab.  Maintain printers.  Monitor and keep lab safe, clean, and secure for student users.  Learn to troubleshoot basic technology issues.  &a
Qualifications:  Proficiency with commonly used lab software, printing, and file management.  Ability to help other students navigate MyNIC, Cardinal Mail and Blackboard. 
Length of Employment:  Academic semester or longer
Description:  Computer Lab consultant, NIC Sandpoint. 

Outdoor Pursuits Outdoor Pursuits Assistant MCL Outdoor Center Jon Totten and Jacob Rothrock (208) 769-7809 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Outdoor Pursuits work study employees are responsible for much of the day to day tasks in the Outdoor Center.  Customer service, equipment rentals, trip signups, as well as just answering questions about Outdoor Pursuits are all common in a day at the Outdoor Center.  
Qualifications:  We are looking for motivated, hard workers who are up for a blend of physical work and office related tasks.  OP work study employees should be clear communicators who enjoy talking to and helping all types of people.  
Length of Employment:  August - May
Description:  If you love the outdoors, this is the work study job for you.  Our Outdoor Pursuits (OP) Assistants get involved with all aspects of our program including: outdoor trips, equipment rentals, and Outdoor Center resources. 

Physical Education, Dance, and Resort/Recreation Management Division Gym Assistant GYM 123 Pat Whitcomb (208) 769-7870 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Clean, wash, organize supplies and equipment. 
Qualifications:  Wrestling knowledge. 
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 Academic Year
Description:  Help with misc. wrestling jobs. 

Physical Education, Dance, and Resort/Recreation Management Division Weight Room Supervisor On Campus Paul M. Manzardo (208) 769-3354 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Supervise weight room during informal recreation hours.  Make sure participants are following rules/regulations of the weight room.  Cleaning and maintaining the following of weight room:  clean mirrors, dust equipment, WD40 equipment, dust/sanitize cardio equipment, keep
Qualifications:  Ability to lift 50 pounds.  
Length of Employment:  Fall, Spring Semester and Summer Session
Description:  Work Study - Weight Room Supervisor.

Schuler Performing Arts Center Production Assistant On Campus Jay Carkhuff (208) 769-3416 $8.25
Responsibilities:  May involve building and painting wooden sets for plays, hanging lights, setting up sound systems, moving music equipment and other assorted tasks. 
Qualifications:  Must be able to lift 50lbs.  Woodworking skills are an asset but not necessary. 
Length of Employment:  Variable
Description:  Assist with productions in Schuler Performing Arts Center. 

Silver Valley Center Office Receptionist Off Campus 323 Main St Kellogg, ID 83839 Anne Powell (208) 783-1254 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Data entry, phone answering, filing, mailing, assist office manager and students, restock supplies/paper, light cleaning. 
Qualifications:  Basic computer skills including Excel, Word; knowledge of Blackboard and MyNIC. 
Length of Employment:  2014-2015 School Year
Description:  Part Time Office Receptionist.

Student Health Services Office Assistant SUB 210 Sheri Hautala (208) 769-7818 $8.25
Responsibilities:  To provide front office assistance with charts, paper work, filing, answering phones, scheduling appointments, and related computer skills.  Understanding of the importance of confidentially is critical.  Other duties as assigned.  
Qualifications:  Medical knowledge is helpful but not needed.  Will train. 
Length of Employment:  Fall semester 2014 and Spring semester 2015
Description:  Student Health Services Office Assistant

Student Union/Auxiliary Services Cardinal Card Office Assistant SUB NIC Cardinal Card Office Marsha Nead (208) 769-7787 $8.25
Responsibilities:  The primary purpose of this position is to produce the NIC ID card or Cardinal Card for employees, students and visitors as well as answering general questions about the program services, policies and procedures.  The position is also the front-line for the Information Center for campus and
Qualifications:  Must be computer literate with working knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook.  Must also be able to learn additional software for production of ID cards and cash register for sales.  Must have excellent customer service skills in working with students and the general public. &n
Length of Employment:  Fall 2014 - Spring 2015
Description:  The purpose of this position is to help staff the Cardinal Card Office/Information Center in the Edminster Student Union building for afternoon/evening hours.  

Student Union/Auxiliary Services Pizza Builder On Campus Janet Pedersen or Eddie Nelson (208) 769-7771 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist walk in customers by making fresh pizzas, pasta, paninis. 
Qualifications:  We are looking for someone to join our team in a fast paced food service environment.  Friendliness, punctuality, neatness, and reliability are important.  Some experience would be great but not necessary.  We will train the right candidate.  Current shifts that we have open are Tuesday - Thursday 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 
Length of Employment:  Fall Semester
Description:  Customer Service - Pizza builder.  Stop by and speak with Jan or Eddie if interested.  

Student Union/Auxiliary Services Sandwich Builder On Campus Janet Pedersen or Eddie Nelson (208) 769-7771 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Assist walk in customers by making fresh sandwiches.  
Qualifications:  We are looking for someone to join our team in a fast paced food service environment.  Friendliness, punctuality, neatness, and reliability are important.  Some experience would be great but not necessary.  We will train the right candidate.  Current shifts that we have open are Monday - Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 
Length of Employment:  Fall Semester
Description:  Customer service - Sandwich Builder.  Stop by and talk to Jan or Eddie if interested.  

Trades and Industry Division Social Media Hospitality Assistant HED Angie White (208) 665-4534 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Create and maintain various social media outlets such as: Facebook and Instagram. 
Qualifications:  The ability to design and maintain a Facebook page and Instagram site.  Willingness to attend Hospitality field tours, events and occasional classes.  Create short posts, take and upload photos.  
Length of Employment:  Fall Semester 2014
Description:  To promote the hospitality department through the use of social media.  

Veterans Services Veteran Advisor Assistant SUB Veteran's Center - Lower Level of SUB Veterans Advisor - TBD (208) 666-8027 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Open and close the Vetrans Center.  Restock supplies and maintain student usage for the Veterans Center.  Provide tours to new or potential veterans.  Assist potential and current students with applying for VA benefits, Financial Aid, NIC applications and requesting transc
Qualifications:  Need to be efficient with time management.  Be able to create a positive and friendly environment in the Veterans Center.  Have an outgoing personality.  Possess basic computer skills.  Have the ability to maneuver online applications.  
Length of Employment:  August - May
Description:  Maintain daily operations of Veterans Center.  Assist Veterans Advisor with projects.  Assist current and potential NIC veteran students.  

-- None -- Box Office Clerk Community Service Hannah Paton 208-667-1323 $8.50
Responsibilities:  
Qualifications:  
Length of Employment:  
Description:  Box Office Clerk- Responsibilities include answering phones, ticket sales, assisting patrons, office projects and light cleaning.  Flexible hours.  Employment opportunities throughout the year. Previous experience not required.

-- None -- Markerspace Community Service Barbara Pleason (208) 651-6200 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Help create class curriculum through research and testing.  Contribute to the organization of the space and tools.  Interact with prospective and sustaining members.  
Qualifications:  Knowledge in some of the following fields Industrial Arts, Woodworking, Electronics, Computer, 3D software, Coding, Art, Mold Making, Clay or other maker skills.  Curiosity essential.  
Length of Employment:  Full School Year
Description:  To be part of Gizmo-CDA, the new Coeur d'Alene markerspace, and help it become a vitally and well-used resource for our community.  To help with research and implementation for the programs at Gizmo.  To be a jack of a lot of trades.  

-- None -- Park Assistant Community Service Bryan Bergstrom (208)773-8147 $8.50
Responsibilities:  
Qualifications:  
Length of Employment:  
Description:  Park Assistant/Ticket Taker, provides customer service at the vehicle entrance booth in Q'emiln Park and sells parking tickets, performs related work as required.

-- None -- Web Management Off Campus Gizmo-CDA Inc 806 4th St Barbara Pleason (208) 651-6200 $8.25
Responsibilities:  Working on website, working on Facebook page, creating online management of interaction
between Gizmo and its members.  
Qualifications:  Creative thirst very important.  Familiarity with Webdesign.  Knowledge of
Photoshop and layout helpful.  Curiosity essential.  
Length of Employment:  Full School Year
Description:  To be part of Gizmo-CDA, the new Coeur d'Alene markerspace.  To help with Web
Design and social Media.  To be involved in creating ways to connect with
the community about classes and opportunities to design and build things using
Art, Electronics, Welding, Woodshop, Machine Shop, 3D Printing, Software,
Coding and more