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Job Name
Job Grade
Job Number
Department
Contact Name
Contact Information
 Job Description
 and Requirements
Availability

Staff for Athletic Events
Grade 1
#102

Athletics & Fitness Center
Darrell Dale
443-518-4385
Help out at the scores table which includes operating game clock and keeping stats. Help with the setup/break of all home athletic events.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 1
#106
Math/Distance Learning Division
Carolyn Cain
443-518-4021
Assist staff with routine clerical duties. General clerical knowledge and basic word processing experience, ability to follow
directions and good verbal 
communication skills are required. Students who are enrolled in Math courses need not apply.
Filled
Game Room Assistant
Grade 1
#118
Student Life
Traci Palm
Apply in person-Rm SA201
Monitor game room to encourage and enforce expectations of conduct. Good people skills, flexibility, and basic computer skills are required.Filled
Materials Handling Clerk
Grade 1
#123
Plant Operations
Renee' Wilson
443-518-4639
Provide office assistance. Ability to follow directions and good verbal communication skills are required.Filled
Safety Inspector
Grade 1
#127
Plant Operations- Safety
Robert Marietta
443-518-4962
Tour campus facilities and report unsafe conditions. Requires good writing skills; willingness to do a lot of walking; knowledge of safety is a plus, but can be learned.Filled

Office Assistant
Grade 1
#130

International Education Office
Christele Cain
443-518-4148
Assist with responding to basic inquiries, in person and via telephone. Assist with data entry, filing, preparations for events and meetings. Basic computer skills, good organizational and interpersonal communication skills required.Filled
Receptionist
Grade 1
#133
Music
Hsien-Ann Meng
443-518-4107
Light clerical work. Excellent interactive skills and some computer/telephone skills are required. Prefer student who has some musical knowledge.Filled

Office Assistant
Grade 1
#137

Center for Service Learning
Brittany Budden
443-518-4432
Work with staff to maintain day-to-day functions and assist with special projects. Experience and ability to work with Microsoft applications, attention to detail, and good oral and written communications skills are required.Filled

Wellness Receptionist
Grade 1
#138

Wellness Center
Tara Rupp
443-518-4640
Answer the telephone, check messages, help students as they come into the center to access materials, record information into database, general office duties. Knowledge of Word, Powerpoint and Excel required.
Filled
Biology Lab Assistant
Grade 2
#201
Science/Technology-Biology Lab
Vera Keiner
443-518-4489
Learn essential lab skills and techniques that would carry on in a work force. Successful completion of (or enrolled in) an entry level Biology or Chemistry (with a lab) course is required. Ability to follow written instructions, work independently and attention to detail are required.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#203
Business and Computer Division
Betty Logan
443-518-4785
Assist with tasks that require computer skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is required. Internet skills needed to do research on specific topics and organizations.Filled
Plant Operations Assistant
Grade 2
#204
Plant Operations
Wendell Epps
443-518-4368
Assist Plant Operations staff in day-to-day operations. Good customer service skills, ability to lift 75 pounds, ability to follow directions through the work order system, and Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license are required.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#207

Student Life
Schnell Garrett
Apply in person-Room SA-201

Promote student programs and events through clerical and administrative assistance. Self-starter with excellent attention to details, strong organizational and follow-up skills, good oral and written communication skills and ability to use Microsoft applications are required.Filled
Teacher Aide
Grade 2
#213
Children's Learning Center
Cathy Nunn
443-518-4152
cnunn@howardcc.edu
Assist the classroom teacher with children as directed; interact and engage with children in the classroom and on the playground; clean and organize toys, classrooms and kitchen; must enjoy working with children and adults, must be flexible with completing tasks and comfortable in changing quickly as the needs change around the center; must be dependable, punctual and trustworthy. Consistent attendance is essential. Coursework in Early Childhood Education is preferred.Available
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#215
Development and Alumni Relations
Jackie Taylor
443-518-1970
Perform general office duties.  Good computer skills, and database management (may require creating databases) are required.Filled
Library Assistant
Grade 2
#218

Howard County Center of African American Culture, Room L-247, (next door to the HCC library)
Edna Baker, 443-518-4002    

Perform a variety of library clerical and technical duties.  Utilize software systems to retrieve data for patrons; participate in designing/preparing library exhibits, shelve library materials, and periodically make sure books are shelved correctly.  Answer phones and greet visitors.  Requires skills in using personal computer and library service software to retrieve information; ability to communicate effectively; ability to work independently; working knowledge of the nature and function of libraries, library services.  Students will receive training.

Filled
Nursing Skills Lab Aide
Grade 2
#223

Health Sciences/Nursing Lab
Cheryl Nitz
443-518-4874 or go to Room N-232

Assist Nursing Lab Manager and Nursing Lab Assistants.  Ability to work independently, flexibility (needs change daily), some computer skills, and good organizational skills are required. Knowledge of health care and/or nursing are a plus, but not required.Filled
Physical Sciences Lab Technician
Grade 2
#224
Physical Sciences Lab
Kathy Fisher
443-518-4920
Looking for science students who want to assist with day-to-day operations in a chemistry lab.  Includes making solutions; setting up preps for each lab; cleaning areas; repairing/calibrating equipment if needed; working with lab instructors, lab manager, and other lab aides to maintain a high quality lab environment.  The ability to follow written instructions, problem solve, and work independently are required.  Attention to detail, good verbal, math, computer, and organizational skills are required.  No prior lab experience necessary – we will train.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#227
Continuing Ed/Basic Skills
Kimberly Bohnet
443-518-4982
Perform basic word processing tasks and use spreadsheets for data entry. Copy, assemble, and distribute materials for instructors, meetings, and events. Track and monitor inventory of bookroom and organize textbooks for instructors at the beginning of the semester. Provide back-up reception support and make phone calls on behalf of office. Ability to provide excellent customer service and maintain confidentiality is required.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#230

Financial Aid Services
Kiran Vidyasagar
443-518-4787

Provide clerical support.  Working knowledge of  Microsoft Office applications, ability to navigate the Internet, attention to detail, excellent customer skills, ability to work independently are required.

Filled

Program Aid
Grade 2
#238

Leadership Howard County
Karen Bryant
410-730-4474 x117
Student will help with overall office duties to include:  answering incoming calls and greeting visitors, assistance with program preparation- notebooks, copying, etc., updating and maintaining of database through accurate entry and updates, support with bulk mailings- stuff, seal and postage of envelopes, distribution of promotional materials via email and postal services, other duties as assigned.  Knowledge of Microsoft products and ability to navigate the Internet is required.  Other skills needed:  ability to do light lifting, general office skills, communication skills, ability to work independently, good attitude and willingness to learn.Filled
Wellness Center Assistant
Grade 2
#240
Student Life
Tara Rupp
443-518-4640
Assist in the development and implementation of health and wellness programs.  Experience with Microsoft applications, ability to multi-task, and excellent organization and communication skills are required.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#243
Public Relations & Marketing
Brittany Wesselhoff
443-518-4726
Assist the Director and staff in carrying out the goals and objectives of the department. Good grammar, ability to tactfully interact with others, basic knowledge and ability to use the Internet and office equipment are required.Filled

Student Computer Lab Aide
Grade 2
#244

Information Technology Help Desk
Sue Geckle
443-518-4798

Assist students with logging into the lab computers, HCC Express, and email accounts. Help students with Microsoft applications and other software.  Assist students with using scanners, setting up and saving files to web folders, floppies, flash drives and other media.  Direct students to locations of computers with special software by referring to software chart. Monitor lab printing and printers to keep printers operational and to enforce printing limits.  Maintain order in the lab and the appearance of the lab.  Perform hourly headcounts, enter data on spreadsheet, and submit a shift report at the end of your shift. Inform Help Desk staff of problems.  Contact appropriate Student Computer Support staff for emergency problems.  

Requires:  experience using Microsoft applications Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access; Completion of CMSY110 (Microcomputer Applications); Ability to troubleshoot basic login, printer, hardware, and software problems; Very good communication and customer service skills. 

Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#253
Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence
Betty Logan
443-518-4785
Responsibilities include data tracking, word processing, scheduling, telephone support and other office duties.  Must be highly motivated and have an interest in learning about business.  Microsoft, Word, Excel and Outlook skills required.Filled

Office Assistant
Grade 2
#254

Business & Computers (Hospitality Management)
Vinnie Rege
443-518-4469
Answer phones, assist with purchasing procedures, different program outreach activities, Info. sessions and student orientation. Take physical inventory of small and big equipment and perform research on the Internet.Filled
Assistant Technology Assistant
Grade 2
#260
Academic Support Services
Marie Hughes
443-518-3266
Prepare books or materials in alternate formats for students with print disabilities. Scan in the materials, edit the new format and burn a CD or replace the materials on a thumb drive. Test materials to check for errors. Willingness to learn new kinds of software that are used by persons with print disabilities. Requires knowledge of scanning, use of thumb drives and/or burning CD-DVD, Word, Omni Pro, Kurzweil 3000, PDF Converter and Easy Converter and use of high speed ADF scanners and flatbed scanners.
Filled

Engineering Lab Aide
Grade 2
#261

Science and Technology
Scott Foerster
443-518-4927
Assist with prep for Engineering Labs, including testing new lab ideas, putting together kits, organizing equipment software for robots, building prototype circuits, robots and other apparatus, figuring out what was broken, identifying what needs to be purchased, gathering supplies from physics, biology, chemistry, and electronics areas. Safety related jobs: sawing wood, mixing chemicals, working with epoxy. The ideal applicant would be willing to program, guild circuits, setup and put away tools, sort parts, and learn details about physics, chemistry, biology and engineering courses taught at HCC.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#264
Admissions & Advising
Tricia Lewis
443-518-4182
The Admissions and Advising Student Assistant will focus on the intake process, answer phones, direct visitors, and assist with processes related to student records.  Provide initial enrollment information at the front counter and reception areas.  Serve in a fast-paced, deadline driven and intense customer service environment.  Requires outstanding communication skills and the ability to multi-task.  Technology skills required to include proficiency with all components of Microsoft Office and Windows. Requires the ability to acquire, maintain, and update substantial information regarding college policies and procedures. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and work with a broad rage of people.  Must work at least two evenings per week.Filled
Office Assistant
Grade 2
#265
Academic Support/Career Services
Mary Fuller
443-518-4672
Provide clerical support to Career Services and assist with public outreach activities. Flexibility, excellent communication skills and attention to detail are required. Computer skills are helpful.Filled
Counseling and Career Services Library Assistant
Grade 2
#266
Counseling and Career Services
Mary Fuller
443-518-4672
Provide clients with information about CCS resources and assist them in locating CCS materials and job information. Create documents in MS Word and Excel. Assist clients who experience basic problems with MS Word and the Internet. Requires ability to interact in a professional manner with diverse population, excellent verbal communication skills, intermediate knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Internet, ability to accomplish assigned and routine tasks efficiently and independently, ability to organize, multi-task and work as part of the team, willingness to be flexible and learn new tasks.Filled

Administrative Assistant
Grade 2
#267

Grassroots Crisis Intervention, Inc.
Debra Popiel
410-531-6006
Telephone receptionist for administrative phones for a 24-hour crisis center. Job duties include typing letters, reports and grant applications. Miscellaneous office tasks. Computer literacy, pleasant phone manner and strong attention to detail are required.Filled
EL Technology Assistant
Grade 2
#268
Continuing Ed-EL
Kathie Martin
443-518-4381
Assist the EL program with technical assignments such as - scanning documents, website updates, making flash animations with pictures from EL activities, data entry, mail merge, creating distribution lists, provide software support to staff and teachers as it relates to the EL office. Must be a good problem solver and be able to work independently. Technology coursework or experience preferred.Filled
ELLC Office Assistant
Grade 2
#269
English Language Learning Center-Con.Ed.
Chuni Wang
443-518-4455
Serve as receptionist at the ESL desk for evening students, answer multiple phone lines, filing. Assist testing coordinator with administering and scoring placement tests. Requires a working knowledge of MS Word, Power Point, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Colleague and the Placement Test program.Filled

Inventory/Office Clerk
Grade 2
#270

Plant Operations
Phillip Riggins
443-518-4824
Assist Facilities Services Manager and Environmental Services Manager. Duties include Xerox, file; receive, store and issue a variety of items; handle and store special stock items that require special treatment; prepare reports for supervisor, load and unload various stock; perform related duties as assigned. Requires working knowledge of word processing; good verbal and written communication skills, good math skills, ability to maintain confidentiality, working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.Filled

Office Assistant
Grade 2
#271

Security 
Kim Jewer
443-518-5500

Assist in basic administrative support work for the Security Department.  Duties include general reception and customer service duties; create and replace ID cards; issue student/staff/faculty parking; maintain office filing and storage systems; maintain citation database; assist with HCC’s lost and found; update security information boards; assist in special projects as requested.  Requires discretion, dependability, cheerful presence, good people skills, basic computer skills (knowledge of Microsoft Access is a plus), good oral/written communication skills.Filled

Library Services Assistant
Grade 2
#274

HCC Library
Susan Kirker
443.518.1460

Responsibilities include providing patron assistance to the service desk; helping students with copier and printers; shelving library materials; compiling statistics; maintaining paper supplies, and assisting library staff by completing a variety of assigned tasks.  Excellent communication skills; proficiency with printers, computers, copiers; good listening skills, flexibility; ability to work independently; and attention to detail are required. Filled

EL Technology Assistant-Design
Grade 2
#276

Continuing Education/EL
Ashley Gavidia
443-518-4429

Assist the EL with technical/artistic assignments such as… Designing EL brochures; ads, and promotional materials; Creating flash animations with pictures from EL activities; Updating website and other promotional materials; Crating flyers for EL events; Researching local and abroad marketing and outreach avenues.  Requires creativity, familiarity with Adobe applications such as PhotoShop and InDesign, good communication skills, and ability to work independently.  Foreign language skills preferred.Filled

ELLC Testing Assistant
Grade 2
278

English Language Learning Center, ConEd
Mary Barton
443-518-4433
Assist in administering standardized listening, reading tests and placement tests to ESL students. Assist in organizing test materials and prep tests for classroom administration. Score tests and enter into database. Run electronic test reports and assist in analyzing results. Other duties assigned. This job requires good communication skills-fluent/articulate in English; comfortable giving instructions to group of students; organized and good attention to detail; computer-MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Experience or desire to work in a multicultural environment.Available
Lab Tech/Assistant
Grade 2
#281
Business & Computer Systems
Rose Volynskiy
443-518-4114
Assist instructors during the labs in CMSY-154 "Protecting Virtual Office" classes; Test labs before instructor implements them in the classroom with students; Troubleshoot and provide assistance to students during lab time. Requires: Network and computer security knowledge and training; Technical experience; Strong interpersonal skills; Ability to work effectively as a team member; Excellent verbal, written and electronic communication skills.Filled
EI Student Ambassador
Grade 2
#282
ConEd/English Institute
Ashley Gavidia
443-518-4429
Use social media to share information about the EI with applicants in countries that speak his/her native language. The ambassador is a helpful point of contact for new students throughout the application, arrival, and adjustment process. Requires 3-5 hours per week, flexibility and attendance at various EI events.Filled
Math Lab Aide
Grade 3
#303

Math Lab
Catherine LaFerriere
443-518-4548
Complete an application online. Submit application to the math division by early August.

Tutor math students in the walk-in lab and/or Algebra classroom.  Must be eligible to enroll in a college level math course, able to clearly explain solutions to Math problems, and have excellent attendance.  Must be able to use e-mail as a primary form of communication.Filled

Program Aide
Grade 3
#310

Continuing Education-Basic Skills
Sheryl Gold
443-518-4841
sgold@howardcc.edu

Teacher aide five days a week, 3-6 p.m. in a program designed for adults with developmental disabilities. Duties include assisting with instruction in the computer lab, assisting with classroom instruction in small groups or working 1 on 1 with students, and assisting the instructor in weekly outings by supervising a group of students. 

Filled

Production Assistant
Grade 3
#311

TV Studio
Tony Hoos
443-518-4915
Serves as an assistant on video shoots and in editing. Must have the ability to assist with the light hangs and operate lighting board. Logs and edits audio and video material for productions and archives. Assists in creating DVD’s from non-linear systems and duplicates masters. Assists with maintaining the general cleanliness and light maintenance of all equipment. Assists the producers in all facets of video production. Performs other duties as assigned. Must be willing to carry equipment and work off of ladders. Able to work in a team environment.Filled
EL Conversation Tutor
Grade 3
#312

Continuing Education-EL
Kathie Martin
443-518-1680

Work independently and lead students in tutoring sessions (both in the sessions and beforehand as they are prepping for sessions). Make initial assessments of students. Initiate, make and maintain student tutoring schedules. Prepare for each tutoring session beforehand with the weekly topic that is sent by teacher. Send a weekly progress report to supervisor for each student.Filled
ELC Teacher Assistant
Grade 3
#314
English Language Center
Kathie Martin
443-518-1680
Play a vital role in the English as a Second Language classroom to provide instructional support. Work with the teacher to model authentic English communication, aid teachers in the delivery of the lesson, work with designated students who need additional help and serve as the "American culture expert". Needs to be flexible and undertake other tasks as they arise, such as paperwork, facilitating teacher-student communication, updating CANVAS course site, etc. Must be a native or native-like speaker of English. Must have very good communication skills. Must be comfortable with international students and different cultures. Must be able to work independently and have good teaching/leadership skills. Education majors preferred.Filled

Career Links, Peer Mentor
Grade 3
#316

Counseling and Career Services
Maureen Marshall
443-518-4954

Attend job training provided by Career Links.  Contact and underperforming students enrolled in the Career Link program to provide advice and guidance regarding resources available at HCC.  Establish regular hours to be available for students who need a helping hand.  Help organize events that foster camaraderie and networking among Career Links students.  Must be a current Career Links student with an overall GPA of 2.5 or greater who has successfully completed 24 college level credits.  Knowledge of financial aid, student services, and registration process at HCC.Filled
Intern for Computer/Network Support Technician
Grade 4
#402
User/Network Services
Scott Thomas
443-518-4544
Perform and prepare the maintenance of all microcomputers and peripherals.  Configure and install new microcomputer hardware and software.  Provide interactive help desk response to internal customers. Prefer students who are in the A+ program or who have achieved the certificate.  Knowledge of a Windows desktop environment with the Microsoft Office suite of products, possess an understanding of computer theory, LAN theory, and basic troubleshooting skills are required. Should be able to assemble a PC and install a WindowsXP operating system.Filled
Health Promotions Specialist
Grade 4
#407
Student Life - Wellness Center
Tara Rupp
443-518-4640
Responsibilities include creating health promotion initiatives, data collection application, and performing vital sign assessments to clients in the Wellness Center.  Candidate must be pursuing a degree in Nursing or a Health Science related program.  Excellent writing and verbal communication skills are required.Filled
America Reads/Counts
Program
#500

 America Reads/Counts

Tutor students (one-one or in small groups) in reading and/or math at a Columbia Elementary School. Students work under the direction of the school's reading specialist. Perform administrative duties as they relate to the America Reads/Counts program. Education majors preferred.Will be available at a later date.





































































































































































































































































































































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