Accommodation Assistant II - Classroom

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Disability Support Services
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Daniel Smith-Chancey
Supervisor phone: 2086767200



Department description:

North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS) is committed to supporting students with disabilities so they can successfully access academic programs, services and activities. DSS also works towards building and supporting an accessible and knowledgeable academic community that upholds and maintains the dignity and well-being of all students.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The Accommodation Assistant will work closely with DSS Access Specialist(s) providing classroom support via notetaking services.  The position is designed to support a student’s learning in the classroom via writing quality lecture/lab notes (made available after class or uploaded for processing).



Duties and responsibilities:

•    Arrives to every assigned class (onsite or online), and is there at least 5 minutes before class start•    Writes/types clear, legible, and organized notes based on course lecture, lab, and activities•    Operates note taking software application(s), uploads files, monitors output (training provided)•    Meets DSS Access Specialist to coordinate this accommodation(s)•    Assists DSS office in other duties as assigned•    Completes timesheets of hours worked on timely basis (every 2 weeks)



Desired qualifications:  

•       Completion of one semester at NIC or any other higher education institute•       GPA of 2.5 or higher•       Completion of ENG 101 with grade B or higher•       Willingness to learn additional software to enhance note taking product



Desired skills:  

•       Schedule reliability, including arriving at least 5 minutes early to assigned class(es)•       Strong Interpersonal communication skills to interact with DSS and NIC faculty/staff•       Detailed oriented and excellent organization skills•       Competent knowledge and operation of Microsoft Word•       Competence with technology, keyboarding speed and accuracy



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student worker will demonstrate techniques for efficient task prioritization and understand the requirements of time management.
  • Student worker will demonstrate interpersonal communication skills, including communication preferences, nuances, and characteristics common across any workplace organizational structure.
  • Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, identify the interrelatedness of important information and ideas, and communicate via written narrative, bullet points, and charts/graphs/visual aids.

Accommodation Assistant III - Assistive Tech/Testing/Classroom

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $16.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Disability Support Services
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Daniel Smith-Chancey
Supervisor phone: (208) 676-7200



Department description:

North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS) is committed to supporting students with disabilities so they can successfully access academic programs, services and activities. DSS also works towards building and supporting an accessible and knowledgeable academic community that upholds and maintains the dignity and well-being of all students.



Purpose/Role of Position:

 The Accommodation Assistant III will work closely with all DSS Access Specialists and Assistive Technology (AT) Specialist.  The position is designed to support a student’s learning in the classroom via writing quality lecture/lab notes (made available after class, or upload for processing), incorporating student input; manipulate typical lab equipment under the direction of the accommodated student; operate AT hardware and software in the classroom and DSS office, and assist with exam proctoring.  Accommodation Assistant III must maintain the confidentiality of student’s disability-related information, and will be provided NIC’s FERPA training.



Duties and responsibilities:

 •    Arrives to every assigned class (onsite or online), and is there at least 5 minutes before class start•       Writes/types clear, legible, and organized notes based on course lecture, activities, and/or recipient input•       Operates note taking software application(s), uploads files, monitors output (training provided)•       Operates other assistive technology hardware and software as assigned (ex: captioning, video recording, etc)•       Handles/manipulates typical science lab equipment (scales, beakers, rock samples, etc)•       Meets DSS Access Specialists and/or student receiving service to coordinate accommodation(s)•       Completes timesheets of hours worked on timely basis (every 2 weeks)•       Act as reader or scribe on accommodated exams•       Convert inaccessible print or digital materials to accessible format•       Evaluate assistive technology equipment and provide feedback to DSS on student application•       Assists DSS office in other duties as assigned



Desired qualifications:  

 •      Completion of one semester at NIC or any other higher education institute•       GPA of 2.5 or higher•       Prior science lab (or equivalent) experience•       Completion of ENG 101 with grade B or higher•       Prior experience as a notetaker in higher education settings•       Experience and competence with notetaking software Glean, Habitat Learn Notetaking Express, Dragon, and other assistive technology



Desired skills:  

 •      Schedule reliability, including arriving at least 5 minutes early to all assigned class(es)•       Strong interpersonal communication and time management skills, and detail orientation•       Experience with AT technology like Adobe, LiveScribe, Panopto, TextHelp, or related software•       Competent knowledge and operation of Microsoft Word, OneNote, PowerPoint, and Canvas platforms•       Competence with technology, keyboarding speed and accuracy



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student worker will acquire technical skills applicable to Universal Design and disability accommodation in any future setting they are needed.
  • Student worker will demonstrate techniques for efficient task prioritization and understand the requirements of time management.
  • Student worker will demonstrate interpersonal communication skills, including communication preferences, nuances, and characteristics common across any workplace organizational structure.
  • Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, identify the interrelatedness of important information and ideas, and communicate via written narrative, bullet points, and charts/graphs/visual aids.

Administrative Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Eric Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc., Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The Administrative Assistant serves as the first point of contact for the makerspace, greeting members, visitors, and vendors. This positive first impression plays an important role in the dynamic work environment at Gizmo-CdA, Inc. This team member needs to develop a strong familiarity with daily operations, key personnel, and common questions. Member Service and shared responsibility for maintaining the makerspace are utmost priorities.



Duties and responsibilities:

Ensure exemplary, professional, prompt, efficient and courteous member service.

Greet and assist members and visitors. Lead tours, answer questions, help with scheduling of mentorship, membership, and tool reservations.

Perform daily tasks necessary to maintain an orderly, prepared environment, including attention to equipment upkeep and cleaning, ensuring the entirety of the makerspace is in good condition and ready for use.

Participate as a liaison between the Shop Stewards, Instructors, Members, Vendors, and the Executive Director.

Work with Gizmo-CdA, Inc. staff to coordinate the scheduling of classes and appointments.

Receive and route incoming calls appropriately. Take accurate telephone messages and deliver messages in a timely manner.

Effectively troubleshoot and solve various situations, including ones that may be initially unfamiliar.

Deliver incoming mail and other deliveries to appropriate recipients. Perform other clerical duties assigned.

Perform other miscellaneous duties including, but not limited to, opening and closing procedures, based upon assigned schedule.

Initiate personal growth in areas related to the mission of Gizmo-CdA, Inc.

Act as a good steward and representative of Gizmo-CdA, Inc. and its mission at all times.



Desired qualifications:  

Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study.

Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.



Desired skills:  

Good verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to multitask and handle tasks efficiently Adaptability/Flexibility Stress Management/Composure Self-starter, comfortable working independently Proactively seeks assistance & asks questions

 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Administrative Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Advising
Job Location: Edminster Student Union Building

Supervisor: Jamie Berube
Supervisor phone: (208) 769-7821



Department description:

The NIC advising program is an intentional, collaborative, and inclusive process. With a holistic approach, faculty and professional advisors patner with student in meeting the essential learning outcomes, supporting academic success, and outlining the steps for achievement of the student's personal, academic and career goals.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Support Senior Administrative Assistant, Part-Time Administrative Assistant and Department Staff with front office duties, responsibilities and special projects as necessary.



Duties and responsibilities:

Answer multiple phone lines. Provide direction and answer questions for all visitors to Advising Services. Schedule appointments. Tidy and sanitization of office area. Data entry. Assist students with navigation of NIC websites and MyNIC personal records. Special projects as requested by the Director, Sr. Administrative Assistant, and Part-Time Administrative Assistant as necessary.



Desired qualifications:  

Customer Service Skills / Positive Attitude / Excellent Communicaiton Skills (Verbal and Written) / Reliable. Basic NIC knowledge. Demonstrate basic use of Advising and Registration tools, including MyNIC, Self-Service, Student Planning, Cardinal Mail, College Website, Academic Calendar and College Catalog.



Desired skills:  

Basic knowledge of Excel to create and enter data into spreadsheets.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student employee will know and understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including appropriate language, dress, and phone / email etiquette.
  • Student will know and understand customer service expectations by listening to needs, responding in a timely manner and referring to appropriate departments.
  • Student employee will develop effective time management and organizational skills thorugh practical and efficient task prioritazation.
  • Student employee will develop and enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills by gathering facts, asking quesitons, suggesting solutions and make appropriate decisions and referrals.
  • Student employee will know and understand how to work as a team to support the Advising Services Department by understaning policy and procedures as well as learning from a fantastic group of professionals through communication, asking questions, always having support in the office and through TEAMS for almost immediate assistance when needed. Most importantly the student employee will experience fun, humor and yummy treats from time to time.

Administrative Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Adult Education Center/GED
Job Location: Molstead Library

Supervisor: Holly Edwards
Supervisor phone: 2087554454



Department description:

The Literacy Project of North Idaho (LPNI), a 501(C) (3) nonprofit organization, serves the educational needs of low-level literacy adults, English language learners, and parents and caregivers working to support early literacy in their own families, throughout Kootenai County.  Our target population is out of school adults who have a desire to improve their literacy skills. The program was formed in 2020 and, in just three years, has grown to include over 40 trained volunteer tutors who tutor over 50 learners and instruct three English language classes.  In addition, LPNI offers three early literacy programs including Literacy for Little Ones and two summer book clubs. The three programs serve over 50 families each year. 



Purpose/Role of Position:

LPNI needs a qualified and competent professional to provide administrative support for our operation and take leadership roles with tasks where appropriate.



Duties and responsibilities:
  • Be physically present in the office on the NIC Campus to greet volunteers, learners and community memebers inquiring about LPNI and answer general questions.
  • Maintain website and social media presence.
  • Manage contacts and conduct email correspondence with clients, volunteers and community members.
  • Organization of hard copy and digital files.
  • Data entry in excel spreadsheets.
  • Compile data and create reports.
  • Information distribution both electronically and in person of fliers and marketing materials. 
  • Event planning support.
  • General office support.


Desired qualifications:  

 

  • Familiar with Google Workspace or at a minimum familiar with Google applications.
  • Ability to create professional documents and spreadsheets.
  • Must be able to work in a confidential environment.
  • Must have your own transportation.


Desired skills:  
  • Strong customer service skills and professionalism.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Self-motivated and able to complete work tasks independently.
  • Highly organized and detail oriented.


Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

Athletic Coordinator

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Athletics
Job Location: Christianson Gymnasium

Supervisor: Felicia Andrade
Supervisor phone: 2089294013



Department description:

North Idaho College Athletics provides a comprehensive athletic experience through a strong commitment to recruitment, retention, development and four-year transferability. We strive toward academic achievement, athletic excellence and community engagement by our teams, coaches, athletes and support staff. We provide lifelong learning tools and accountability to be successful within NIC and after.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Assistance in game management and operations of athletic events and equipment room.



Duties and responsibilities:

• Operating gate/taking admission tickets at event entry.

• Assisting with concession stand sales and services.

• Ensures playing court is free of moisture.

• Assists in livestreaming athletic events if necessary.

• Shag balls that are kicked out of bounds, foul balls or home runs.

• Responsible for playing a clean, edited music playlist before game and at intermission(s).

• Assists with set up as well as cleanup and tear down following the event.

• Washing, drying, and folding towels.

• Ensure that the Athletic Training Room has a constant and adequate supply of towels.

• Checks all locker rooms and coach’s locker room for any dirty towels.

• Cleans the lint traps in the dryers daily.

• Responsible for sweeping the floors and keeping the equipment room clean.

• Checks the gym and stage area for dirty towels, loose trash, and misplaced items.

• Brings the “lost and found” items to Security every Friday.

• Performs other duties as assigned.



Desired qualifications:  

• Interest in athletics and/or game management.

• Knowledge of sports rules.



Desired skills:  

 • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills to foster effective work relationships with other students, employees and the public.

• Ability to follow instruction with limited supervision at busy events.

• Ability to represent the department and NIC in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.

• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

• Attention to detail and ability to follow instructions

• Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment as needed.

• Ability to adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the college.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.

Boswell Gallery/Studio Art Space Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Fine Arts
Job Location: Siebert Building

Supervisor: Kristina Miles
Supervisor phone: 2087693276



Department description:

Fine Arts is part of the Communication and Fine Arts instructional division. The division provides instruction in communication, journalism, music, theatre, art, and photography.



Purpose/Role of Position:

As an assistant for Boswell Gallery and the Studio Art Space, you will be in a customer service role with the intention of offering “open” hours for each space. The student workers chosen will rotate time between the art gallery and the studio art space as assigned. This means that you might work at the gallery one day and the studio the next.



Duties and responsibilities:

When assigned to the art gallery, you will greet guests, keep an accurate count of visitors, and monitor visitors within the gallery. You will keep the gallery tidy and may also be asked to assist with gallery projects during assigned work times. It is required that student workers become familiar with the artist work and history and be able to answer guest questions if they come up.

 

When assigned to the studio art space, student workers will be responsible for keeping the space tidy while monitoring student use of the space and ensuring adherence to the provided tool use guidelines. You will be responsible for tracking student usage of the space and making sure safety equipment is being used at all times.



Desired qualifications:  

GPA at 2.5 or above



Desired skills:  

Strong interpersonal skills

 

Must be able to exercise independent judgement.

 

Must be capable of working independently with supervisor available via phone.

 

Must be comfortable advising peers on responsible tool usage.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone etiquette.
  • Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.

Campus Engagement Coordinator

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Student Development
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc. Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Gizmo's Campus Engagement Coordinator will help to build relationships between students and faculty at North Idaho College and Gizmo-CdA.



Duties and responsibilities:

Plan events that will help the college and Gizmo interact more often and purposefully. Work with ASNIC to understand the needs of the students.

Work with Department Heads to help instructors utilize Gizmo for their and their students' growth. Assist with classes, collaborations and special projects.



Desired qualifications:  

Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study
Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements



Desired skills:  

Good communication
Good organizational skills
Persistant and personable



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Engage, assess, affectively prepare for action, and evaluate with students, instructors, and groups, by developing mutually agreed-on goals and objectives.
  • Demonstrate appropriate work relationships, habits, and communication skills.
  • Organize and prioritize time and tasks within a business environment.

Cashier/Merchandiser

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: Follet-NIC Bookstore; On-Campus

Supervisor: Sheila Johnson
Supervisor phone: 208-769-3364



Department description:

Follett/NIC Cardinal Bookstore's primary mission as a retail operation is to provide the textbooks, supplies, imprinted clothing, giftware and services needed by students, faculty, staff and visitors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Provide good, customer service by assisting customers to find and purchase the goods and materials the bookstore provides. Provide support to regular staff with stocking merchandise and order fulfillment.



Duties and responsibilities:

•    Operate cash register, accepting cash, credit or financial aid payments.
•    Carry, shelve and straightens merchandise, stocks shelves, prices merchandise and may assist in setting up displays and signs.
•    Pick, process and pack orders for shipping
•    May provide customer service/sales functions for special events (including but not limited to graduation and athletic events)
•    Support a store environment where all associates and customers are welcome



Desired qualifications:  

Greet customers and provide customer service, both in-person and on the phone. Assist customers with the selection and purchasing of their required course materials. Process sales transactions and maintain an accurate cash drawer. Assist regular staff with stocking food, beverages, merchandise, and textbooks, as needed.



Desired skills:  

Strong customer service skills, communication skills; ask and answer questions in a clear manner, be reliable, friendly, and approachable, must be able to maintain confidentiality at all times and exercise a high level of professionalism, tact and diplomacy. Attention to detail. A willingness to work scheduled hours is required during high traffic times and peak periods.Basic technological proficiency. The ability to stand, walk and lift 15-25 lbs. Visual ability to read price tag information. Ability to read the English language sufficient to read customer receipts, identification, computer screen and other similar written materials. Basic mathematical skills, including addition and subtraction, are necessary to verify cash register functions, balance cash register, make change, and assist with inventory counts.  Sufficient manual dexterity in at least one hand to operate all cash registers and electronic equipment; manually complete paperwork; and unload, price, and stack merchandise. Visual ability, corrected, to enable the cashier to observe at a distance of 30 yards, verify customer identification, and read computer monitor and cashiering forms at close range.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Gain knowledge of product and materials provided by the bookstore.
  • Employees will gain cash handling and customer service skills.
  • Learn the basics of merchandising, and product organization.
  • Learn the basics of online ordering and receiving processes.
  • Increase personal time management and multi-tasking skills.

Classroom Aide

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.53
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Children's Center
Job Location: Lakeside Center

Supervisor: Ashley Crosby
Supervisor phone: 208-769-3471



Department description:

The North Idaho College Children's Center is an early childhood program serving the families of NIC students, faculty and staff. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and inspired by the Reggio program, our mission includes serving:

  • As a lab school that provides a high-quality lab setting for NIC students to meet their education requirements.
  • As a model early childhood program for children six weeks to five years that promotes student success by providing prioritized, accessible and affordable childcare services to the families of NIC students.
  • As a community partner that provides training and mentoring to the early childhood community while also partnering with Head Start and other community agencies to better serve NIC families and their children.


Purpose/Role of Position:

The purpose of this position is to help maintain and operate a developmentally appropriate classroom in accordance with the policies and philosophies of the NIC Children's Center. Classroom assignments vary by age group and may include infant, toddler or preschool ages.



Duties and responsibilities:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

This list includes, but is not limited to the following:

·         Provides classroom teachers with breaks and planning time.

·         Engages children in appropriate play, both inside and outside.

·         Facilitates positive meal times by participating in family style dining.

·         Contributes to daily classroom clean-up.

·         Attends all required staff meetings and trainings.

·         Promotes awareness and acceptance of individual differences among children, families, and staff members in the program.

·         Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and work relationship with supervisor, college staff, students, and the community.

Marginal Duties

·         Performs other duties as assigned.



Desired qualifications:  

The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum qualifications necessary for an individual to satisfactorily perform each essential duty and be successful in the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the duties.

Education and Experience

A high school diploma or GED and experience working with children. Must have or obtain a “non-provider” Individual Child Care License from the City of Coeur d’Alene prior to beginning work, which includes documentation of having passed, screening for tuberculosis (TB). Employee must successfully complete fingerprinting and criminal background check prior to working unsupervised with children. 



Desired skills:  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to read, write and speak in English.
  • Proficient use of personal computers and peripheral devices includes printers and scanners.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to create solutions for problems/situations dealing with children.
  • Ability to prioritize, sequence and research work assignments.
  • Ability to effectively present to small groups.

Physical Demands & Work Environment

The physical demands & work environment described here are representative of those that must be met or are encountered by an employee in the normal course of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical requirements and environment are typical of those in a general office setting.  Typically involves regular sitting, standing, walking, typing, moving, lifting objects up to 10 pounds, occasionally up to 50 pounds with or without assistance, and exposure to office lighting etc.  A wide variety of standard office equipment is continually used, including phone, fax, copier, printer and computer. May be exposed to outside weather conditions and contaminants, blood born pathogens, or other health threats.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.

Computer Science Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $16.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Computer Science
Job Location: Hedlund Building

Supervisor: Tammy StJohn-Tesky
Supervisor phone: 2082922509



Department description:

The University of Idaho Computer Science Department in Coeur d’Alene is located on the NIC campus in the Hedlund Building, in room 202. In conjunction with North Idaho College, the 4-year bachelor’s degree can be earned from the University of Idaho without leaving Coeur d’Alene. The University of Idaho Computer Science office in Coeur d’Alene has four faculty in Coeur d’Alene, and is part of the larger Department of Computer Science that is headquartered in Moscow, Idaho. Graduate degrees are also available through the University of Idaho Computer Science Department in Coeur d’Alene.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Assist the University of Idaho Computer Science department in Coeur d'Alene with research projects and various related tasks.



Duties and responsibilities:
  • Perform various tasks needed to support research projects as directed by University of Idaho Computer Science Faculty.
  • Perform other duties as directed by upper division and graduate student projects.


Desired qualifications:  

·      Interest in Computer Science or Engineering as a career.

·      Computer programming experience preferred, but not necessary.

·      Web page programming experience preferred, but not necessary.

·      Ability to collaborate with project leaders, but also to work independently once a task has been assigned.

 



Desired skills:  

·      Experience soldering circuits.

·      Experience with small computers such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi.

·      Experience working with robots – set up, operation, programming, troubleshooting.

 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student workers will get exposure to the University of Idaho CDA Computer Science Department faculty, staff, students, and professionals in the local industry. Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Student workers will learn about the use of small, embedded computers incorporated in research and other student projects.
  • Student workers will learn how to troubleshoot embedded and robotic systems that are not working properly. Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.
  • Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Costume Shop Assistant 1

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Theatre
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Carole Urquhart
Supervisor phone: 208-794-7987



Department description:

The Theatre Department is part of the Communication and Fine Arts Department. We produce two live plays per year.



Purpose/Role of Position:

You will assist the Costume Designer/Costume Shop Manager  in the day to day running of the Costume Shop as we organize stock, build costumes and prep costumes for live theatre productions.



Duties and responsibilities:

We make clothes for imaginary people!  If this sounds like something you would like to do please read on:  Work will vary and may include sewing, marking and cutting fabric, ironing, using power hand tools such as drills and Dremels (yes, even for costumes), using glues and spray paint, standing for extended time periods, following directions, problem solving, paying attention to details, organizing (lots and lots of organizing), lots of moving costumes from one location to another, cleaning your work area at the end of your shift. We will be climbing stairs and lifting things. If you are interested it may include being a dresser for a theatre production.



Desired qualifications:  

We do irregular jobs on a regular basis, so here is a list of necessary qualifications:  A good attitude, a sense of humor, flexibility with a variety of projects, willingness to learn, ability to arrive to work on time and when scheduled, willingness to adapt to the sometimes odd demands of schedule, willingness to work. – not just hang out, depth of character. I can teach someone to sew – I can’t teach them how to have character.  

    



Desired skills:  

Desired Skills Level 1:  You will have on the job training. I will teach you to sew as well as other related skills.  No previous training is necessary for level 1.    



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student worker will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving: Student worker will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by gathering information, analyzing the facts and suggest solutions in order to make decisions which are reasonable.
  • Time Management: Student worker will demonstrate time management and responsibility skills by coming to work on time, using work time efficiently, and keeping to the schedule in order to produce costumes on time.

Costume Shop Assistant 2

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Theatre
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Carole Urquhart
Supervisor phone: 208-794-7987



Department description:

The Theatre Department is part of the Communication and Fine Arts Department. We produce two live plays per year.



Purpose/Role of Position:

You will assist the Costume Designer/Costume Shop Manager  in the day to day running of the Costume Shop as we organize stock, build costumes and prep costumes for live theatre productions.



Duties and responsibilities:

We make clothes for imaginary people!  If this sounds like something you would like to do please read on:  Work will vary and may include sewing, marking and cutting fabric, ironing, using power hand tools such as drills and Dremels (yes, even for costumes), using glues and spray paint, standing for extended time periods, following directions, problem solving, paying attention to details, organizing (lots and lots of organizing), lots of moving costumes from one location to another, cleaning your work area at the end of your shift. We will be climbing stairs and lifting things. If you are interested it may include being a dresser for a theatre production.



Desired qualifications:  

We do irregular jobs on a regular basis, so here is a list of necessary qualifications:  A good attitude, a sense of humor, flexibility with a variety of projects, willingness to learn, ability to arrive to work on time and when scheduled, willingness to adapt to the sometimes odd demands of schedule, willingness to work. – not just hang out, depth of character. Willingness to learn.



Desired skills:  

Desired Skills Level 2: You will have on the job training. Sewing and related skills such as using a pattern, marking, hand sewing a plus.  Prior experience in a costume shop a plus.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student worker will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving: Student worker will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by gathering information, analyzing the facts and suggest solutions in order to make decisions which are reasonable.
  • Time Management: Student worker will demonstrate time management and responsibility skills by coming to work on time, using work time efficiently, and keeping to the schedule in order to produce costumes on time.

Costume Shop Assistant 3

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $16.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Theatre
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Carole Urquhart
Supervisor phone: 208-794-7987



Department description:

The Theatre Department is part of the Communication and Fine Arts Department. We produce two live plays per year.



Purpose/Role of Position:

You will assist the Costume Designer/Costume Shop Manager  in the day to day running of the Costume Shop as we organize stock, build costumes and prep costumes for live theatre productions.



Duties and responsibilities:

We make clothes for imaginary people!  If this sounds like something you would like to do please read on:  Work will vary and may include sewing, marking and cutting fabric, ironing, using power hand tools such as drills and Dremels (yes, even for costumes), using glues and spray paint, standing for extended time periods, following directions, problem solving, paying attention to details, organizing (lots and lots of organizing), lots of moving costumes from one location to another, cleaning your work area at the end of your shift. We will be climbing stairs and lifting things. If you are interested it may include being a dresser for a theatre production.



Desired qualifications:  

We do irregular jobs on a regular basis, so here is a list of necessary qualifications:  A good attitude, a sense of humor, flexibility with a variety of projects, willingness to learn, ability to arrive to work on time and when scheduled, willingness to adapt to the sometimes odd demands of schedule, willingness to work. – not just hang out, depth of character. Willingness to learn.  



Desired skills:  

Desired Skills Level 3: You will have on the job training. Advanced sewing and related skills such as using a pattern, marking, hand sewing a plus. Prior experience in a costume shop a plus.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student worker will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving: Student worker will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by gathering information, analyzing the facts and suggest solutions in order to make decisions which are reasonable.
  • Time Management: Student worker will demonstrate time management and responsibility skills by coming to work on time, using work time efficiently, and keeping to the schedule in order to produce costumes on time.

Costume Shop Assistant 4

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Theatre
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Carole Urquhart
Supervisor phone: 208-794-7987



Department description:

The Theatre Department is part of the Communication and Fine Arts Department. We produce two live plays per year.



Purpose/Role of Position:

You will assist the Costume Designer/Costume Shop Manager  in the day to day running of the Costume Shop as we organize stock, build costumes and prep costumes for live theatre productions.



Duties and responsibilities:

 We make clothes for imaginary people!  If this sounds like something you would like to do please read on:  Work will vary and may include sewing, marking and cutting fabric, ironing, using power hand tools such as drills and Dremels (yes, even for costumes), using glues and spray paint, standing for extended time periods, following directions, problem solving, paying attention to details, organizing (lots and lots of organizing), lots of moving costumes from one location to another, cleaning your work area at the end of your shift. We will be climbing stairs and lifting things. If you are interested it may include being a dresser for a theatre production.



Desired qualifications:  

We do irregular jobs on a regular basis, so here is a list of necessary qualifications:  A good attitude, a sense of humor, flexibility with a variety of projects, willingness to learn, ability to arrive to work on time and when scheduled, willingness to adapt to the sometimes odd demands of schedule, willingness to work. – not just hang out, depth of character. I can teach someone to sew – I can’t teach them how to have character.  

 

 



Desired skills:  

Level 4:  Sewing and related skills such as using a pattern, marking, hand sewing.  Minimum 1-2 years prior experience in a costume shop. 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student worker will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving: Student worker will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by gathering information, analyzing the facts and suggest solutions in order to make decisions which are reasonable.
  • Time Management: Student worker will demonstrate time management and responsibility skills by coming to work on time, using work time efficiently, and keeping to the schedule in order to produce costumes on time.

Dining Services Cook

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - For-Profit Partner
Job Location: Sodexo-NIC Food Services; On-Campus

Supervisor: Reid Fawcett
Supervisor phone: 2086668014



Department description:

North Idaho College and Sodexo are looking for work study students who are interested in learning basic culinary, sanitation, and general utility skills for the 2023-2024 school year! The shifts are flexible and are never late night.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The Dining Services Department is seeking students to assist in food preparation, meal service in the Market, and to assist with various catering functions that happen throughout the school year. This position would be trained in safety and sanitation and proper food handling techniques.



Duties and responsibilities:

Prepares and cooks to order foods that may require short preparation time.

May prepare food and serve customers at an a la carte and may operate a grill station.

Prepares food in accordance with current applicable federal, state, and corporate standards, guidelines and regulations to ensure high-quality food service is provided.

Reads food order or receives verbal instructions on food required by patron, and rpepares and cooks food according to instructions.

Follows basic recipes for preparing food items.



Desired qualifications:  

Those interested should have a great attitude and passion for learning about culinary practices. Some kitchen experience desired, but not required, as we will train everybody who joins the team. Ability to work as part of a team and to communicate positively and effectively is very important. Some knowledge of basic operation of equipment is preferred.



Desired skills:  

Customer service experience, ability to maintain a positive attitude, some knowledge of food preparation, familiarity with kitchen equipment, ability to read and understand recipes.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Students will learn about food safety and preparation, and this skill will translate to everyday life outside of the college environment.
  • Students will learn the importance of creating fresh and exciting new culinary dishes and what goes into the meal preparation behind the scenes.
  • Students will learn to be part of a team, how to communicate, how to be respectful of one another and their customers, and also learn how to execute meal service and catering events.

Duty Aide Paraprofessional

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: Greensferry Elementary; Post Falls

Supervisor: Kathy Baker
Supervisor phone: 2087730999



Department description:

Greensferry Elementary School is a public school in the Post Falls School District serving over 400 students in kindergarten through fifth grade.  The staff works together to do whatever it takes to help our students succeed academically.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The purpose of the Duty Aide Paraprofessional is to provide support to the classroom teacher, ultimately impacting our students' academic success.  This support centers around classroom material preparation and working 1:1 or in small groups to reinforce academic skills taught by the teacher.



Duties and responsibilities:

The duty aide paraprofessional supports classroom teachers through the preparation of teaching materials and providing 1:1 or small group academic skill reinforcement as directed.  Classroom material preparation work may include using a cricut machine, sorting student papers, cutting laminated materials, creating math centers, and more.  All training and materials are provided by the school.  Skill reinforcement with students may include playing academic games provided by the classroom teacher.  



Desired qualifications:  

The duty aide paraprofessional requires a minimum of a high school diploma.  The ideal candidate will have a desire to positively impact elementary students and work with a team of educators and support staff. 



Desired skills:  

The duty aide paraprofessional should have the willingness to communicate positively with children and other staff members, and follow directions for working with children and operating some school equipment (i.e. cricut machine, laminator, copy machine).



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.

Education Programming Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Education
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc., Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity through programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The Education Programming Assistant plays a vital role in supporting the educational programs offered by Gizmo-CdA, Inc. This position is responsible for assisting with the facilitation of various programs aimed at children aged 4-18. The primary focus is on creating an engaging and supportive learning environment that fosters creativity, problem-solving, and curiosity among participants. The Education Programming Assistant contributes to program setup, execution, and cleanup, while also serving as a role model for youth participants, parents, chaperones, and educators. Additionally, this position helps maintain the organization's lending library and assists in preparing materials for the Think, Make, Create Lab Trailer.



Duties and responsibilities:

  • Assist staff with facilitating programs for children ages 4-18

  • Assist with program set-up, including arranging tables & chairs, papering tables, and gathering supplies

  • Assist with running hands-on STEM activities in-house and at outreach events

  • Assist with program clean-up, including sweeping floors, wiping down tables & chairs, emptying trash & returning supplies to storage

  • Give tours to visiting school groups

  • Assist with Lending Library check-ins and -outs through the Airtable database 

  • Assist with gathering, counting, and separating materials for the Think, Make, Create Lab Trailer

  • Mindfully engage youth program participants, providing encouragement, feedback and physical assistance as needed but allowing the YOUTH to retain their autonomy as makers and problem solvers

  • Model for parents, chaperones and visiting educators how to support their learners without doing it for them



Desired qualifications:  

  • Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study.

  • Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.

  • Friendly, patient and approachable to children and teens

  • Highly organized

  • Willingness to recognize and respect children's autonomy and ability to do challenging things

  • Experience working with children in a learning setting (school, camp, after-school program, etc.)

  • Familiarity with inquiry-based and/or student-centered learning approaches

  • Adaptable to changes in plans

  • Commitment to recycling and reusing program resources where possible, e.g. disassembling projects and returning supplies to shelves, and modeling those practices for students



Desired skills:  
  1. Friendly and Patient Demeanor: Interacting with children and teenagers requires a friendly, patient, and approachable attitude. The ability to establish rapport and make participants feel comfortable is essential.

  2. Organizational Skills: Strong organizational skills are needed to assist with program setup, cleanup, and the management of program materials. This includes arranging tables and chairs, preparing supplies, and ensuring that the learning space is well-organized.

  3. Hands-on STEM Experience: Familiarity with hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities is valuable. This skill enables the assistant to effectively engage participants in STEM-related projects.

  4. Flexibility and Adaptability: The ability to adapt to changes in plans and respond to unexpected situations is crucial in a dynamic educational environment. Flexibility allows for the successful execution of various program activities.

  5. Experience Working with Children: Prior experience working with children in a learning setting, such as schools, camps, or after-school programs, is desirable. This experience helps in understanding the needs and behaviors of young participants.

  6. Inquiry-Based and Student-Centered Learning: Familiarity with inquiry-based and student-centered learning approaches is beneficial. These approaches prioritize active learning and problem-solving by students.

  7. Resource Management: A commitment to recycling and resource reuse practices is a valuable skill. This aligns with Gizmo-CdA, Inc.'s sustainability goals and contributes to responsible resource management.

  8. Physical Stamina: The position may require standing on concrete floors for extended periods, as well as the ability to lift up to 20lbs. Physical stamina is important to carry out program setup and engage with participants effectively.

  9. Communication Skills: Effective communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal, are essential. This includes conveying instructions clearly to participants and providing feedback in a constructive and encouraging manner.

  10. Teamwork: Collaboration with other staff members and volunteers is common in this role. Teamwork skills are needed to work successfully in group settings, resolve conflicts, and cooperate effectively.

  11. Customer Service: The ability to provide exceptional customer service, particularly when interacting with children, parents, chaperones, and visiting educators, is important. This includes listening to customer needs, responding promptly, and anticipating future needs.

  12. Time Management: Time management and organizational skills are crucial for efficiently prioritizing tasks and ensuring that program activities run smoothly.

  13. Professionalism: Demonstrating professionalism in the workplace, including appropriate language, attire, and phone/email etiquette, is expected.

  14. Adaptability to Stimuli: The role may involve working in a fast-paced environment with various stimuli, such as loud noises and various smells. Adaptability to different sensory experiences is essential.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student employees will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Education Programming Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc., Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

At Gizmo-CdA, Inc., we believe in the power of a learning community. The Educator Assistant will support our Innovative Educators in being the point of contact between educators, students, and the makerspace, serving students prek-20, and pre-service, in-service and informal educators. Member Service and shared responsibility for maintaining the makerspace are utmost priorities.



Duties and responsibilities:

  • Assist staff with facilitating programs for children ages 4-18
  • Assist with program set-up, including arranging tables & chairs, papering tables, and gathering supplies
  • Assist with running hands-on STEM activities in-house and at outreach events
  • Assist with program clean-up, including sweeping floors, wiping down tables & chairs, emptying trash & returning supplies to storage
  • Give tours to visiting school groups
  • Assist with Lending Library check-ins and -outs through the Airtable database 
  • Assist with gathering, counting, and separating materials for the Think, Make, Create Lab Trailer
  • Mindfully engage youth program participants, providing encouragement, feedback and physical assistance as needed but allowing the YOUTH to retain their autonomy as makers and problem solvers
  • Model for parents, chaperones and visiting educators how to support their learners without doing it for them


Desired qualifications:  

  • Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study.

  • Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements



Desired skills:  
  • Friendly, patient and approachable to children and teens

  • Highly organized

  • Willingness to recognize and respect children's autonomy and ability to do challenging things

  • Experience working with children in a learning setting (school, camp, after-school program, etc.)

  • Familiarity with inquiry-based and/or student-centered learning approaches

  • Adaptable to changes in plans

  • Commitment to recycling and reusing program resources where possible, e.g. disassembling projects and returning supplies to shelves, and modeling those practices for students



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student employees will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Elementary Aide

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Education
Job Location: Post Falls

Supervisor: Stacy Hisghman, Principal
Supervisor phone: (208) 773-8327



Department description:

Prairie View Elementary is Kindergarten through 5th Grade.

The school days consist of Monday through Thursday. *Occasional Fridays are possible.

Our priority is for the safety and well-being of all students, in which the motto is A student-centered community who maintains high expectations for all students.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Elementary Aide will support in the daily operation (Monday-Thursday) at Prairie View Elementary School in Post Falls, under the supervision of the administrative staff.

 



Duties and responsibilities:

Playground support (engage students in social play at recess, remind students of rules, promote kind behavior, etc.), Cafeteria support (clean tables, helping students, etc.), Academic support (read to students, listen to reading, assist students with class work, Teacher support (grade papers, prepare student work, etc.), Before/After School support (supervise the arrival and dismissal of students, promote kind/safe behavior), Other routine duties as assigned.

 



Desired qualifications:  

High school diploma or GED obtained.



Desired skills:  

Patient with children, enjoy being around children, able to take directives from adults, time management, attention to detail, ability to follow written directives, comfortable reading to students, listen to student concerns, and comfortable asking for help from employees. 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student worker will demonstrate techniques for effective organization, efficient prioritization and time management.
  • Student worker will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Student worker will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions that are sound and timely.
  • Student worker will understand the impact of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on the success of the workplace and students.
  • Student worker will work successfully in a team sitting that requires flexibility, conflict, management, and cooperation.

HVAC Apprentice

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Heating/Venting/AC/Refrigeration
Job Location: Parker Technical Education Center

Supervisor: Sean Sater
Supervisor phone: 2087693441



Department description:

Trades and Industry



Purpose/Role of Position:

As an HVAC Apprentice, you will work directly with the HVAC Instructor to assist with set up/inventory/teardown tasks in the lab, in order to keep on top of the changing variables that occur during the semester.



Duties and responsibilities:

Assist with lab set up and tear down, keep inventory records, and advise when supplies are needed.



Desired qualifications:  

 GPA 2.0 or higher



Desired skills:  

Strong interpersonal skills, strong writing and grammar skills, knowledge of Word/Excel Spreadsheets for inventory tracking and ordering purposes.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.

Kitchen Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.53
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Children's Center
Job Location: Lakeside Center

Supervisor: Ashley Crosby
Supervisor phone: 208-769-3471



Department description:

The North Idaho College Children's Center is an early childhood program serving the families of NIC students, faculty and staff. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and inspired by the Reggio program, our mission includes serving:

  • As a lab school that provides a high-quality lab setting for NIC students to meet their education requirements.
  • As a model early childhood program for children six weeks to five years that promotes student success by providing prioritized, accessible and affordable childcare services to the families of NIC students.
  • As a community partner that provides training and mentoring to the early childhood community while also partnering with Head Start and other community agencies to better serve NIC families and their children.


Purpose/Role of Position:

Provides support to the Cook in the daily duties of cleaning/sanitation and meal service to approximately 50 toddler and pre-school children.



Duties and responsibilities:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

This list includes but is not limited to the following:

·         Assists in preparing, serving, and monitoring daily meals (including following specialized diet plans), using criteria outlined in the Idaho Department of Education’s CACFP manual.

·         Maintains clean and sanitary conditions in food preparation, service and storage areas.

·         Promotes awareness and acceptance of individual differences among children, families, and staff members in the program.

·         Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and work relationship with supervisor, college staff, students, and the community.

Marginal Duties

·         Performs other duties as assigned.



Desired qualifications:  

The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required for an individual to satisfactorily perform each essential duty and be successful in the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education/Experience

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and related experience and/or training.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • Non-Provider License through the City of Coeur d’Alene and Food Handlers Card through Panhandle Health upon hire. Possession of the non-providers, or willingness/ability to obtain it upon offer of employment, is a condition of employment.
  • Submit evidence of a negative tuberculosis (TB) test.

Condition of Employment

Employee must successfully complete fingerprinting and criminal background check prior to working unsupervised with children.  Employee must also pass, or provide documentation of having passed, screening for tuberculosis (TB).



Desired skills:  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

·         Ability to read, write and speak in English

·         Proficient use of personal computers.

·         Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

·         Ability to create solutions for problems/situations dealing with children.

·         Ability to prioritize, sequence and research work assignments.

·         Ability to effectively present to small groups.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand. The employee is frequently required to walk; use fingers and hands to keyboard or type, and to handle materials; reach with hands and/or arms; climb or balance and taste or smell. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, crouch/bend, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.

Lab Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Machine Technology
Job Location: Parker Technical Education Center

Supervisor: Kurt Kimberling
Supervisor phone: 5093306437



Department description:

Machining Lab



Purpose/Role of Position:

To aid in the maintenance of the lab and build support equipment as needed.



Duties and responsibilities:

To clean repair and build lab equipment.



Desired qualifications:  

Basic machine shop safety and understanding.

Ability to read a micrometer and calipers.

Ability to run a manual lathe and mill.



Desired skills:  

Good work ethic.

Willing to learn and follow instructions.

Honist.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Learn the workings and management of a machine shop.
  • Expand knowledge of machining and processes.
  • Prepare students for working in industry.

Lab Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Computer Information Tech.
Job Location: Hedlund Building

Supervisor: Bob Quant
Supervisor phone: (208) 929-4036



Department description:

This position will assist the CITE Department with Configuration of personal computers, switches and routers for various labs throughout the semester. The candidate will also assist with any cabling or classroom physical setup.



Purpose/Role of Position:

To support the CITE program instructors with lab/network setup, configuration, and maintenance.



Duties and responsibilities:

The candidate will assist the professors in the department with lab setups, tear downs, troubleshooting personal computers problems, and network connectivity problems. The candidate will also have to be able to lift a personal computer, server, switch and router in the normal course of their work. The candidate is responsible to the personnel in the CITE Division. The main point of a contact with be Asst. Professor Bob Quant.



Desired qualifications:  

Be a currently enrolled CITE student



Desired skills:  

Troubleshooting techniques used in Information Technology.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student workers will understand the importance and value of a strong work ethic and the impact of poor ethical standards in the workplace. Information Technology depends on workers who cand prioritize their tasks and work independently.
  • Students will learn how to plan a network configuration utilizing personal computers and off the shelf software.
  • Students will work within a team environment and develop good communications skills, both verbal and written.
  • Students will learn how to communicate and document a problem with installed hardware and software. Understand the importance of timely verbal reports to the supervisor.
  • Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

Marketing and Communications Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc., Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Gizmo's Marketing and Communications Assistant is a media marketing position who helps oversee Gizmo-CdA's communications, social media, and online marketing presence.



Duties and responsibilities:

Ensure exemplary, professional, prompt, efficient and courteous member service.

Help to plan, implement, manage, monitor, and upgrade the organization's website and social media channels.

Develop a repository of quality stock photos that can be used for marketing materials and social media.

Create systems for staff, volunteers and members to document and share the story of Gizmo through newsletters, social media, and Gizmo’s website.

Perform other miscellaneous duties including, but not limited to, opening and closing procedures, based upon assigned schedule.

Initiate personal growth in areas related to the mission of Gizmo-CdA, Inc.

Act as a good steward and representative of Gizmo-CdA, Inc. and its mission at all times.

 



Desired qualifications:  

Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study.

Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.



Desired skills:  

:  Attention to detail

Ability to problem solve

Good verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to multitask and handle tasks efficiently Adaptability/Flexibility Stress Management/Composure Self-starter, comfortable working independently Proactively seeks assistance & asks questions Familiarity with Canva and/or Adobe Suite Able to demonstrate personal presence on various social media platforms Ability to create multimedia including video

 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Student workers will demonstrate the analyticalability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

Network Security Assistant

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.50
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Other - Community Service Partner
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc., Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Data is an extremely valuable asset in many industries, and as cyber criminals become increasingly sophisticated in their techniques, the need for network security engineers who know how to protect data will continue to increase. Gizmo-CdA needs help in protecting their information and the information of their members on an ongoing basis.



Duties and responsibilities:

Ensure exemplary, professional, prompt, efficient and courteous member service.

Help to design and administer security systems for Gizmo.

Help to protect systems from cyber threats, including bugs, malware, and hacking attempts.

Help to maintain the integrity of Gizmo's data.

Perform other miscellaneous duties including, but not limited to, opening and closing procedures, based upon assigned schedule.

Initiate personal growth in areas related to the mission of Gizmo-CdA, Inc.

Act as a good steward and representative of Gizmo-CdA, Inc. and its mission at all times.



Desired qualifications:  

Currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for work study.

Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.



Desired skills:  

:  Attention to detail

Resourcefulness or ingenuity

Ability to problem solve

Good verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to multitask and handle tasks efficiently Adaptability/Flexibility Stress Management/Composure Self-starter, comfortable working independently Proactively seeks assistance & asks questions Able to identify existing network issues and build safeguards to avoid future threats.

Ability to test and configure hardware and software systems



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

Notetaker/Scribe/Lab Assistant Job

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Disability Support Services
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Daniel Smith-Chancey
Supervisor phone: 2086767200



Department description:

North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS) is committed to supporting students with disabilities so they can successfully access academic programs, services and activities. DSS also works towards building and supporting an accessible and knowledgeable academic community that upholds and maintains the dignity and well-being of all students.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The notetaker/scribe/lab assistant will work closely with DSS Access Specialist(s) coordinating notetaking services.  The position is designed to support a student’s learning in the classroom via writing quality lecture/lab notes (made available after class), incorporating student input, or manipulating typical lab equipment under the direction of the student receiving the accommodation service(s). Notetakers must maintain the confidentiality of student(s) disability-related information, and will be provided NIC’s FERPA training.



Duties and responsibilities:

1) Arrives to every assigned class (onsite or online), and is there at least 5 minutes before class start.2) Writes/types clear, legible, and organized notes based on course lecture, activities, and/or recipient input.3) Operates note taking software application(s), uploads files, monitors output (training provided).4) Handles/manipulates typical science lab equipment (scales, beakers, rock samples, etc).5) Meets DSS Access Specialist and/or student receiving service to coordinate this accommodation(s).6) Assists DSS office in other duties as assigned.7) Completes timesheets of hours worked on timely basis (every 2 weeks).



Desired qualifications:  

1) Completion of one semester at NIC or any other higher education institute.2) GPA of 2.5 or higher.3) Completion of ENG 101 with grade B or higher.4) Willingness to learn additional software to enhance note taking product.



Desired skills:  

1) Schedule reliability, including arriving at least 5 minutes early to assigned class(es)2) Strong Interpersonal communication skills to interact with various student needs3) Competent knowledge and operation of Microsoft Word4) Competence with technology, keyboarding speed and accuracy



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Student worker will demonstrate techniques for efficient task prioritization and understand the requirements of time management.
  • Student worker will demonstrate interpersonal communication skills, including communication preferences, nuances, and characteristics common across any workplace organizational structure.
  • Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, identify the interrelatedness of important information and ideas, and communicate via written narrative, bullet points, and charts/graphs/visual aids.

Office Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Disability Support Services
Job Location: Coeur d'Alene

Supervisor: Daniel Smith-Chancey
Supervisor phone: (208) 676-7200



Department description:

North Idaho College Disability Support Services (DSS) is committed to supporting students with disabilities so they can successfully access academic programs, services and activities. DSS also works towards building and supporting an accessible and knowledgeable academic community that upholds and maintains the dignity and well-being of all students.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Support Senior Administrative Assistant and Department Staff with front office duties, responsibilities and special projects as necessary.



Duties and responsibilities:

Answer multiple phone lines. Provide direction and answer questions for all visitors to Disability Support Services. Schedule appointments. Maintain clean and sanitary office area. Data entry. Assist students with navigation of NIC websites. Special projects as requested by the Director, Sr. Administrative Assistant, and office staff.



Desired qualifications:  

Customer Service Skills / Positive Attitude / Excellent Communicaiton Skills (Verbal and Written) / Reliable. Basic NIC knowledge. Demonstrate basic use of MyNIC, Self-Service, Student Planning, Cardinal Mail, College Website, Academic Calendar and College Catalog.  Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.



Desired skills:  

•  Schedule reliability

•  Strong interpersonal communication and time management skills, and detail orientation

•  Competent knowledge and operation of Microsoft Word, Teams, PowerPoint, and Canvas platforms

 • Competence with technology, keyboarding speed and accuracy



Educational Outcomes:  
  • • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Outdoor Pursuits Attendant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Outdoor Pursuits
Job Location: McLain Hall

Supervisor: Terry Brinton
Supervisor phone: 208-769-7809



Department description:

Outdoor Pursuits offers an outdoor service for NIC
students and members of the CDA community. We rent outdoor equipment, create outdoor experiences (think backpacking, sailing, skiing, etc.), and offer
guidance to anyone looking to pull off their outdoor adventures. As a Student Wellness and Recreation function, Outdoor Pursuits student employees will work closely with SWRC staff and the Outdoor Pursuits staff.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Assist in daily operations of Outdoor Pursuits and gain experience working in outdoor leadership.



Duties and responsibilities:

-Rent outdoor equipment to OP customers
- Assess customer needs to help outfit them in the most appropriate equipment
- Cash handling
- Operate two software platforms for rentals and point-of-sale - Interact with customers and provide exceptional customer service
- Answer and respond to phone inquiries
- Teach renters the safe and correct operation of their rented equipment
- Assist with loading and unloading of equipment
- Perform equipment maintenance and repairs
- Apply risk management best practices
- Maintain an upbeat, positive attitude
- Abide by all NIC policies



Desired qualifications:  

- Ability to legally drive an NIC vehicle
- CPR/First aid



Desired skills:  

- Ability to legally drive an NIC vehicle
- Intermediate computer skills
- ability to quickly learn and apply software programs
- Critical thinking and mechanical skills, especially as they pertain to equipment repairs and maintenance.
- Bicycle maintenance skills (a bonus but not required)
- Self-motivation
- excellent communication skills with new people and team members



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Become familiar with outdoor program operations, including administration of rental and trips programs
  • Develop exemplary customer service skills
  • Gain outdoor equipment care and maintenance skills

P/T Lab Prep. Helper-1

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Natural Sciences
Job Location: Meyer Health and Sciences Building

Supervisor: David F Abshere
Supervisor phone: 208-676-2017



Department description:

The Natural Sciences Division is a dedicated team of highly skilled, student-focused professionals who educate, inspire, and motivate the next generation of scientific minds.  We strive to be the premiere 2-year destination for science education in the state of Idaho.  We are here to make a difference in the lives of our students by helping them expand their minds and maximize their potential.  Our goal is to provide students with future educational and employment opportunities that focus on encouragement, support and retention:  ultimately creating progressive members of society.



Purpose/Role of Position:

As a work-study for the Natural Sciences Division you will be directly supporting other students who attend labs for the division by assisting in the preparation and take down of said labs.



Duties and responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities of this position vary greatly.  Preparation and disassembly of various Biology and/or Chemistry labs is the main focus.  The background and knowledge of each work-study will be assessed in order to ascertain the duties involved.  We mentor, train, and educate students on a daily basis in laboratory techniques, protocols, and standard operating procedures.



Desired qualifications:  

Desired qualifications for this position would be some Natural Sciences background but it is not required.



Desired skills:  

Desired skills for this position would be some knowledge of standard laboratory techniques but it is not required.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service:Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Work Ethic:Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving:Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

P/T Lab Prep. Helper-2

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Natural Sciences
Job Location: Meyer Health and Sciences Building

Supervisor: David F Abshere
Supervisor phone: 208-676-2017



Department description:

The Natural Sciences Division is a dedicated team of highly skilled, student-focused professionals who educate, inspire, and motivate the next generation of scientific minds.  We strive to be the premiere 2-year destination for science education in the state of Idaho.  We are here to make a difference in the lives of our students by helping them expand their minds and maximize their potential.  Our goal is to provide students with future educational and employment opportunities that focus on encouragement, support and retention:  ultimately creating progressive members of society.



Purpose/Role of Position:

As a work-study for the Natural Sciences Division you will be directly supporting other students who attend labs for the division by assisting in the preparation and take down of said labs.



Duties and responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities of this position vary greatly.  Preparation and disassembly of various Biology and/or Chemistry labs is the main focus.  The background and knowledge of each work-study will be assessed in order to ascertain the duties involved.  We mentor, train, and educate students on a daily basis in laboratory techniques, protocols, and standard operating procedures.



Desired qualifications:  

Desired qualifications for this position would be to have taken at least one Natural Sciences Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, or Geosciences course, preferably two.



Desired skills:  

Desired skills for this position would be the learned laboratory skills from those courses so named.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service:Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Work Ethic:Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving:Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.

Pottery Studio Technician

Position Type: Off-Campus Community Service
Pay Rate per Hour: $17.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Fine Arts
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc, Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, is a place to learn, create and make, and includes various workshop areas and tools, including 3D printing, sewing and textiles, machining, pottery, woodworking, laser engraving, welding, blacksmithing, and much more.



Purpose/Role of Position:

To assist in the the general maintenance and cleanliness of the pottery studio at Gizmo, while interacting with members and helping to generate a creative and positive environment. 



Duties and responsibilities:

Cleaning and organizing Gizmo’s Pottery Studio, to include: wet cleaning all surfaces, mopping, re-organizing, etc. 

Very basic maintenance of pottery hand tools. 

Inventory and reordering of supplies as needed. 

Reclaiming and recycling clay.

Being a friendly and helpful presence in the studio space and engaging with Gizmo’s members. 

Assisting teachers with classes as needed and when schedules permit.

Assisting in the completion of certain projects related to the student's skillset. 

Willingness to assist in other areas and shops around Gizmo as needed.



Desired qualifications:  

The ideal person should have basic, working knowledge of Pottery and the process of working in a studio environment, including an understanding of the associated health and safety concerns which warrant proper cleaning and maintenance in a public studio space.

The applicant must be a currently enrolled North Idaho College student and eligible for the Work Study Program through Federal Financial Aid, and be able to meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.



Desired skills:  

Common knowledge of clay, glazes, the production process, health and safety, hand tools and equipment (such as slab rollers, wheels, kilns, etc.), and various techniques.

Ability to work on your feet, on concrete floors.

Ability to bend and lift up to 50 lbs.

Ability to commit to a schedule and communicate any changes or challenges as they arise. 

Willingness and ability to get dirty while cleaning the studio or recycling clay.

Demonstrate pride in your work and in being a part of Gizmo’s mission of “Empowering Through Doing.”



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Demonstrate appropriate work relationships, habits, and communication skills.
  • Utilize shop terms, language, and vocabulary to describe processes and methods as well as the equipment and their accessories and uses.
  • Safely and efficiently perform basic and advanced operations using powered and non-powered tools.
  • Learn real world job skills such as maintaining a schedule, reporting and managing your time, and communicating changes.
  • Make lasting impressions and connections within the community while working with a variety of people, serving the public, educating members and sharing your knowledge and experiences.

Program Assistant I

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Advising
Job Location: Edminster Student Union Building

Supervisor: Amy Bardwell
Supervisor phone: 2087693365



Department description:

The American Indian Student Support Center provides a ‘home away from home’ for Native American & all Indigenous students at North Idaho College (NIC). The American Indian Student Advisor and the American Indian Student Alliance strive to create an environment where students can find support for their educational journey in ways that honor their culture.  Non-Native students are welcome to learn about issues and values of importance to North American indigenous communities.  



Purpose/Role of Position:

This position provides support to the American Indian Student Advisor and the American Indian Student Support Center, to better serve our student population and community through developing programs and improving communication about events.  In so doing, the student worker will develop transferable skills and gain confidence in their leadership abilities.



Duties and responsibilities:

Assisting with projects to support the goals of the American Indian Student Support Center.  This may include helping with promotional materials (signs, flyers, chalkboard messaging), online research, occasional assistance with phone calls, setting up for events.



Desired qualifications:  

Satisfactory SAP status
GPA of 2.0 or higher
Successful completion of ENGL 101
Values working with people of different cultural backgrounds

Familiar with basic computer tools and/or willing to learn more:  Word, Excel



Desired skills:  

Moderate understanding of Microsoft Office Programs: Excel, Word, and Outlook

Good oral, aural, and written communication.

Able to navigate websites to find information.

Able to follow directions and also be self-directed when necessary.

Able to work around chalk, markers.

 

Able to occasionally lift 25 pounds.

 



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving: Student workers will demonstrate the analytical ability to gather facts, suggest solutions, and make decisions which are sound and timely.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects his or her job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.

Recreation Supervisor

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Campus Recreation
Job Location: Student Wellness and Recreation Center

Supervisor: Jayson Ulrich
Supervisor phone: 208-665-4536



Department description:

The mission of NIC Recreational Sports is to provide opportunities for NIC students, staff, and faculty, which foster community and instill a sense of belonging through physical activity. We envision a dynamic program that engages every participant and promotes physical fitness and overall wellness. We provide a positive environment for students to develop both personally and professionally by offering many opportunities for involvement.



Purpose/Role of Position:

To assist the SWRC Coordinator with all Intramural Sports leagues, activities and events



Duties and responsibilities:

  • Inspect all equipment and the facility before each event. Complete the Facility Check-list each day and return forms to Recreational Sports Coordinator.
  • Assure that all score sheets are prepared, distributed, and uploaded to IMLeagues after each event.
  • Ensure that each participant has created an account through IMLeagues and completed their liability waiver.
  • Maintain control of all aspects of the game, including participant and spectator conduct. Resolve conflicts as needed.
  • Note any unsportsmanlike conduct, and report to Recreational Sports Coordinator.
  • Properly complete Accident Report Forms as needed.
  • Ensure a safe environment for all staff and participants.
  • Facilitate Team-Representative Meetings to ensure each team is aware of the rules and schedule for the league.
  • Update all Recreational Sports social media sites and the IMLeagues account.
  • Create all tournament and league schedules.
  • Assign officials and scorekeepers for each game and officiate when needed.
  • Attend and contribute to weekly Supervisor Meetings.
  • Represent the Recreational Sports program in a professional manner at all times.
  • Provide a friendly, welcoming, and inclusive environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

 



Desired qualifications:  

·         Currently enrolled North Idaho College student.

·         Possess CPR/AED and First Aid certification.

·         Meet and maintain Student Leadership Academic Policy grade requirements.

·         Willingness and ability to work evening hours.

·         Practices good sportsmanship.

·         Acts responsibly and has a positive attitude.



Desired skills:  
  • Ability to lead the work of others and to act in a supervisory role, as needed.
  • Exceptional customer service and leadership skills.
  • Able to setup, tear down, and troubleshoot audio, video, lighting, and computer systems and/or to learn and use these skills on the job.
  • Ability to give and follow written and oral instructions and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing in English.
  • Ability to add, subtract, divide and multiply simple numbers.
  • Proficient use of personal computers and peripheral devices including printers and scanners, as well as the ability to use computer programs effectively and efficiently for scheduling, research, communication and more.


Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to SWRC member's needs, respond in a timely manner, and communicate policy & procedure of the facility.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in a team setting which requires flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and time management to have an impact on a successful workplace.

Shop Steward

Position Type: Off-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $18.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Customized Training
Job Location: GIZMO; Hedllund Building

Supervisor: Erin Lanigan
Supervisor phone: 2089294029



Department description:

Gizmo-CdA, Inc. Coeur d’Alene's community makerspace, builds creative confidence and curiosity ​through ​programs that give all people access to tools, technologies, and mentors.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Help to maintain the studios at Gizmo-CdA, making sure that they are kept safe and in good running condition.



Duties and responsibilities:

Clean and organize one or many of the different studios, and help members to access the spaces.



Desired qualifications:  

Currently enrolled North Idaho College student eligible for work study.
Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.
Methodical and well organized.
Willingness to learn.



Desired skills:  

Skills in one or more of the studios at Gizmo: woodworking, machining, welding, blacksmithing, 3D printing, sewing, lapidary, jewelry, ceramics, print shop, VR and emerging media arts, laser cutting, electronics.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Student Custodian

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $15.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Student Involvement and SUB Operations
Job Location: Edminster Student Union Building

Supervisor: Steven McGroarty
Supervisor phone: (208)769-5913



Department description:

Student Union Operations operates the Edminster Student Union Building and serves the North Idaho College main campus by providing a gathering place for students, faculty, staff, and guests.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The Student Union Operations Student Custodian assists with maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the Edminster Student Union Building.



Duties and responsibilities:

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Cleans offices, restrooms, public areas, event spaces, and custodial service rooms
  • Cleans walls and woodwork, mirrors, ceilings, light fixtures, and dry-erase boards
  • Empties wastebaskets, collects recyclable items, and removes all refuse from the building
  • Scrubs, waxes, polishes, vacuums, and shampoos floors/carpeted areas
  • Dusts and polishes furniture
  • Washes interior and exterior windows
  • Cleans outside entryways and picks-up exterior trash
  • Clears clogged drains and toilets or reports the same to Physical Plant
  • Refills all dispensers as needed
  • Operates cleaning equipment as required
  • Removes snow from building's exterior entrances and exits when required
  • Locks and unlocks building as required
  • Reports potential problems, hazards, or emergencies to immediate supervisor and/or security staff
  • May require shiftwork and/or weekends
  • Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude with building occupants and guests  


Desired qualifications:  

Desired Qualifications include:

  • Good customer service skills
  • Dependability and a positive attitude


Desired skills:  

Desired Skills include:

  • Basic knowledge of cleaning techniques
  • Ability to operate cleaning equipment
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions


Educational Outcomes:  
  • Time Management/Organizational Skills: Student workers will demonstrate techniques for effective organization and efficient task prioritization and understand how time management affects their job performance and the ability of others to do their jobs.
  • Professionalism: Student workers will understand expectations for professionalism in the workplace including language, dress, and phone/email etiquette.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Communication Skills: Student workers will communicate in a professional manner and understand the appropriate style of communication based on the audience.

Student Facility Supervisor

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Campus Recreation
Job Location: Student Wellness and Recreation Center

Supervisor: Jayson Ulrich
Supervisor phone: 2086654536



Department description:

The mission of the Student Wellness & Recreation Center is to provide opportunities which foster community engagement and instill a snese of belongong through physical activity. We envision a dynamic program that engages every participant and promotes physical fitness and overall wellness.  We provide a positive environment for students to develop both personally and professionally by offering mant opportunities for involvement.



Purpose/Role of Position:

As a Student Facility Supervisor, you will work directly with the SWRC Coordinator and fellow student staff to provide general information of the facility and the Campus Rec departments activities and events.  You will assist in the daily activities and help maintain a clean and safe environment. 



Duties and responsibilities:

  • Train and lead other staff in providing facility, custodial, and customer services to the SWRC.
  • Assign tasks and ensure that all staff complete work assignments in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Inspect the quality of work performed by staff and provide additional training with proper methods as needed.
  • Lead specialized crews in event scheduling, set up, break down, and facilitation.
  • Responsible for facility and equipment setups/breakdowns.
  • Possess general knowledge of all equipment in the facility.
  • Assume responsibility for supervising staff and ensure that department operations function smoothly in the absence of the department supervisor.
  • Provide input and assist in finding solutions to operating problems, as well as personnel disciplinary and performance issues.
  • Update and maintain records and inventory, as well as ordering supplies as needed.
  • Participate in testing products and equipment to assess quality and effectiveness and offer recommendations on product purchases.
  • Assist with coordinating facility services, review work in progress to ensure quality service, and adjust work schedules as required to meet daily SWRC needs and provide services for SWRC events.
  • Keep informed about SWRC events to ensure that all staff members are informed and understand their role with respect to the events.
  • Enforce college rules and regulations and contact local emergency services as needed.
  • Enforce and interpret all facility and employee policies and procedures.
  • Inspect the entire facility periodically throughout the day, and report any maintenance problems as needed.
  • Perform supervisor tasks as required to ensure that all department services are properly and adequately provided to meet the needs of the SWRC customers.
  • Set up and monitor basic audio, video, and lighting systems during scheduled SWRC events.
  • Assist customers during events, including troubleshooting basic facility and technical issues with audio, video, and lighting systems.
  • Carry a two-way radio for communication with other staff and security.
  • Report potential problems, hazards, or emergencies to the Director and/or security staff.
  • Recognize and respond to all incidents and emergencies and provide proper emergency care when necessary.
  • Work consistently in a self-directed manner.
  • Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and work relationship with supervisors, college staff, students, and the community.
  • Responsible for assisting with staff schedules, shift changes, and fill-ins.
  • Note any code of conduct issues, and report to the Director.
  • Properly complete Accident/Incident Report Forms as needed.
  • Complete written reports and documents.
  • Record statistical data for facility safety and area usage.
  • Perform light housekeeping and maintenance duties.
  • Give facility tours as needed.
  • Execute all opening and closing procedures.
  • Represent the SWRC in a professional manner at all times by providing a friendly, welcoming, and inclusive environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Desired qualifications:  

Interest in physical fitness and/or campus recreation

Knowledge of gym management

Excellent customer service

Ability to work as team



Desired skills:  
  • Currently enrolled North Idaho College student.

·         Possess CPR/AED and First Aid certification.

  • Meet and maintain Student Leadership Academic Policy grade requirements.
  • Ability to lead the work of others and to act in a supervisory role, as needed.
  • Exceptional customer service and leadership skills.
  • Able to setup, tear down, and troubleshoot audio, video, lighting, and computer systems and/or to learn and use these skills on the job.
  • Ability to give and follow written and oral instructions and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing in English.
  • Ability to add, subtract, divide and multiply simple numbers.
  • Proficient use of personal computers and peripheral devices including printers and scanners, as well as the ability to use computer programs effectively and efficiently for scheduling, research, communication and more.

·         Willingness and ability to work evening and weekend hours.

·         Acts responsibly and has a positive attitude.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to SWRC member's needs, respond in a timely manner, and communicate policy & procedure of the facility.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in a team setting which requires flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and time management to have an impact on a successful workplace.

Student Front Desk Attendant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $13.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Campus Recreation
Job Location: Student Wellness and Recreation Center

Supervisor: Jayson Ulrich
Supervisor phone: 2086654536



Department description:

The mission of the Student Wellness and Recreation Center (SWRC) is to provide opportunities which foster community engagement and instill a sense of belonging through physical activity. We envision a dynamic program that engages every participant and promotes physical fitness and overall wellness. We provide a positive environment for students to develop both personally and professionally by offering many opportunities for involvement.



Purpose/Role of Position:

The purpose of the Student Front Desk Attendant is to provide excellent customer service to current and future members.  They will provide information on all Campus Rec programs, while maintain a clean and safe environment.



Duties and responsibilities:

·         Handle membership and guest member management.

·         Register members for various programs.

·         Actively enforce rules and policies of the SWRC.

·         Operate cash register and perform cash and credit card transactions.

·         Answer facility and program related questions.

·         Perform general office duties.

·         Provide members with information about Campus Recreation programs.

·         Regulate access of the facility through ID verification.

·         Provide tours of the SWRC to new and interested patrons.

·         Assign lockers and troubleshoot any issues that may arise concerning locker rooms.

·         Track equipment usage and document late, damaged or lost equipment.

·         Maintain regular collection, laundering and distribution of towels throughout the facility.

·         Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned.

·         Provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for students, staff, faculty and guests who enter the SWRC.



Desired qualifications:  

Interest in Campus Rec & gym activities

Knowledge of sports and gym environment



Desired skills:  

·         Currently enrolled North Idaho College student.

·         Meet and maintain Employee Academic Policy grade requirements.

·         Act responsibly and have a positive attitude.

·         Have basic computer skills.

·         Good communication skills.

·         Cash and credit card handling experience preferred.

·         Demonstrate leadership abilities.

·         CPR/First Aid certified or willing to obtain certifications within 30 days of employment.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to member's needs, responding in a timely manner, and communicating policy and procedures of the facility.
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in a team setting which requires flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and time management and how that can impact to have a successful workplace.

Surgical Lab Assistant

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $16.25
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Surgical Technology
Job Location: Meyer Health and Sciences Building

Supervisor: Terra Lawson-Gilbert
Supervisor phone: 5098689840



Department description:

Surgical Technology Classroom and Lab

While this employee is performing the duties of this job, they will regularly be required to stand for long periods of time.  Lift heavy items (up50 lbs), stoop, kneel and crouch to accomplish assigned tasks. 

Working in conjuction with Surgical Technology Instructers, preparing the surgical lab for future labs skills check off days.



Purpose/Role of Position:

To help Surgical Technology Instructurs prepare for Surgical procedures. Mock Surgery and skills checkoffs.  

To provide a full range of support services for the Surgical Technology Classroom/Lab.  The duties will include lab prepartions, clean up.



Duties and responsibilities:

The list includes, but not limitied to the following:

  • Conducts full skills lab prepartation for the Surgical Technology Lab
  • Prepares materials, and set up with surgical equipment, supplies for lab under the dorect supervision of the instructors.
  • Communicates supply needs to Program Director
  • Maintains lab equipment in a clean and safe condition
  • Contributes to a positive learning enviroment for all Surgical Technology Students
  • Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and work relationship with insturctors, college staff, vistors and students in the Health Professions community. 

 



Desired qualifications:  

Health Professions or Nursing student, working on prerequiste classes or already accepted to a Health Professions program.

Attention to detail

Motivated and Hardworking



Desired skills:  

Strong written and verbal communication

Able to correctly follow Operating room statndards and procedures (will train)

Able to organize, paerwork, surgical supplies and equipment and keep stocked and in working order



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teambuilding and leadership
  • Baseline surgical knowledge, able to apply to future career opportunities
  • Enhanced Critical thinking and communication skills
  • Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of core knowledge in the field of Surgical Technology
  • Students will be able to apply techniques and instrumentation used in surgery

Team Manager

Position Type: On-Campus NIC
Pay Rate per Hour: $14.00
Length of Employment: Full Academic Year

Department: Athletics
Job Location: Christianson Gymnasium

Supervisor: Felicia Andrade
Supervisor phone: 2089294013



Department description:

North Idaho College Athletics provides a comprehensive athletic experience through a strong commitment to recruitment, retention, development and four-year transferability. We strive toward academic achievement, athletic excellence and community engagement by our teams, coaches, athletes and support staff. We provide lifelong learning tools and accountability to be successful within NIC and after.



Purpose/Role of Position:

Student managers are essential to the day-to-day operations of the athletic teams at North Idaho College. The purpose of the Student Manager position is to support the Department of Athletics and its 9 varsity athletics teams in all facets of their operations. Student managers are assigned to one athletic team for their career, and assist the coaching staff during practices and games, as well as equipment, recruiting, and travel operations. Each coach and support staff will utilize student managers in the best way they see fit for their program so that the coaches can coach and players can play.



Duties and responsibilities:

Assist with practice setup and breakdown Distribute equipment and apparel Observe or perform administrative duties during practice and games (track stats, run clock, filming, etc.) Develop social media content Assist with community service and fundraising events Other duties as assigned by coaching staff or athletic department staff

 



Desired qualifications:  

Candidates should have good knowledge of the sport he/she will manage, and a basic knowledge with good interpersonal skills, reliability and punctuality. Applicants must be a student at North Idaho College and have a work study award.



Desired skills:  

• Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills to foster effective work relationships with other students, employees and the public.

• Ability to follow instruction with limited supervision at busy events.

• Ability to represent the department and NIC in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.

• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

• Attention to detail and ability to follow instructions

• Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment as needed.

• Ability to adhere to all policies, rules and regulations of the college.



Educational Outcomes:  
  • Teamwork: Student workers will work successfully in team settings which require flexibility, conflict management, and cooperation.
  • Work Ethic: Student workers will understand the value of a strong work ethic and the impact it can have on success in the workplace.
  • Customer Service: Student workers will be able to meet and exceed customer expectations by listening to customer needs, responding in a timely manner, and anticipating what a customer may need in the future.