Job No: 514144
Work Type: On Campus
Location: Normal, Illinois
Title: Barbara and Larry Efaw Center for Educator Excellence (BLECEE) Student Help
Employee Classification: Student Help Regular
Division Name: Academic Affairs
Department: Dean of Education
This position will staff the front desk; support ACADEMIC program implementation and development for the Barbara and Larry Efaw Center for Educator Excellence (BLECEE).
- Greet students, parents, faculty, staff, and other university guests.
- Answer calls, take detailed messages, and transfer calls as appropriate.
- Schedule meetings as appropriate.
- Develop program materials (i.e., content area test preparation online modules, tutoring materials).
- Direct students to campus offices and resources (e.g., conduct soft calls to offices/ escort students to campus offices).
- Collaborate in relevant programming with other campus units serving teacher education students.
- Offer Academic Support (coaching and tutoring) to undergraduate teacher education students.
- Attend BLECEE Advisory Board Meetings
- Attend Trainings for the position as relevant
- Campus Preview Guide Training
- Experience with using Microsoft Teams
- Experiences with multicultural and neurodiversity populations
- Interests in working in a K-12 education context
- Junior or Senior standing with A’s and B’s in core education coursework (ECE, Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary)
- Proven ability to collaborate on a team,
- Communicate effectively and efficiently virtually and in person.
- Demonstrated caring disposition, multicultural awareness and sensitivities to variation among people of multicultural and multiethnic identities.
- Comfort with using/learning how to use a digital calendar and scheduling software.
- Interested in participating in bolstering educator excellence.
Availability Monday-Friday between the hours of 8 am and 6 pm.
August 16, 2022
This position is subject to a criminal background investigation based on University Policy 3.1.30 and any offer of employment is contingent upon you passing a satisfactory criminal background investigation. You may not begin work until the criminal background investigation results have been received and cleared by Human Resources.
In addition, all appointments are contingent upon proof of eligibility for employment at Illinois State University to perform the required duties described above on your scheduled start date. The Immigration and Control Act of 1986, Public Law 99-603, requires all new employees to file an I-9 in person and no later than three days from the beginning of employment. This may be accomplished within the department or through Human Resources. A list of the types of documentation you will be expected to provide is available at https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents/list-documents/form-i-9-acceptable-documents. Failure to comply with this law will result in cancellation of your appointment.
Illinois State University, as your employer, is required by federal law to ensure proper tax withholding from wages and to ensure that the required reporting of employee wages, withholding, and employment taxes is accurate. For this reason, every employee must have a valid Social Security Number registered with the University at the time of employment and/or as soon after as possible, but no later than 45 days from the start date. Failure to comply with this law may result in cancellation of your appointment.
Illinois State University student employees are restricted to no more than 28 hours per week of on-campus employment for all positions held.
International students are restricted by their visa status to no more than 20 hours per week of on-campus employment when the university is in session, but may work more when the university is not in session. International students should contact the Office of International Studies and Programs for guidance if they have questions concerning employment restrictions.
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