School of Education Work Study Assistant
Federal Work Study
Franklin University’s School of Education is currently seeking a Federal Work Study Assistant to support the Department Chair and the Data Collection & Support Coordinator with various aspects of the School of Education’s operations. In this role, applicants will be responsible for assisting the Department Chair with the clinical field placement process, specifically requesting placements with P-12 Partners, monitoring the acceptance or denial of placement requests, communicating key information regarding placements to P-12 Partners, recording data, and providing a weekly report to the Department Chair. Applicants will also be responsible for assisting the Data Collection and Support Coordinator with various aspects of the School of Education’s completer outreach initiative. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, assisting with communication outreach, data collection, and the development of social media content. In addition to these two key focus areas, applicants may be requested to assist with other operational initiatives, such as general outreach to teacher candidates and P-12 Partners, assistance with the development of resources for School of Education professional development sessions, partnership functions, and other events coordinated by the School of Education. Applicants may also be asked to participate in brainstorming sessions and provide feedback on future School of Education initiatives.
The ideal candidate will have experience with and proficient knowledge of the Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Teams, and Forms. Candidate should be highly detailed and organized, possess effective verbal and written communications skills, be able to work independently, follow pre-determines operational processes, and meet strict deadlines.
Applicants must be current Franklin University students enrolled in a School of Education program with Federal Work Study eligibility. This position has the potential to be fully remote, if the proper technology can be provided/is present. If fully remote, the Student Worker will not be expected to report to the Downtown Columbus location. However, they will be invited to attend/participate in all School of Education functions.
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