Office of Military and Veteran Affairs Work Study Assistant
Federal Work Study
The Office of Military and Veteran Affairs Work Study Assistant provides administrative support for programs, services, and activities managed by the Academic Advisors and Supervisory staff. Duties include, but are not limited to: conducting student outreach; processing of Veteran Affairs (VA) benefit certification; maintaining VA tracking systems; scanning and filing; managing data reports; and research requests.
Candidates must: be detail oriented; dependable; able to multi-task; proficient with Microsoft Office products; display strong communication and problem solving skills; and be comfortable working with highly confidential documents and information. This position will work with/for other staff within the unit on a project basis as time, skills, and needs dictate. Military, veteran, and military spouses/dependents are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate must be able to work 20-25 hours/week, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM. It is preferred that candidates be able to work at least one year in the position prior to graduation.
All candidates must be current Franklin University students and have Federal Work Study eligibility.
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