Federal Work Study - Student Worker
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville is currently seeking student workers to assist various departments with project work. Maximum 20 hours per week. Pay range: $12.00 to $13.00 per hour.
Requirements of the Position Current student knowledgeable in the area/department to be served.
Student must be a recipient of federal financial aid as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Minimum 12th grade reading comprehension. Assist with project needs as assigned. Work cannot be completed during scheduled class time.
To check to see if you are eligible for this position, as a recipient of federal financial aid, please contact the TCAT Shelbyville Financial Aid Office.
Knowledge and Abilities:
• Ability to perform tasks and project work.
• Ability to relate well with different people in a variety of situations
• Excellent communication skills • Thoroughly understands the organizational hierarchy and all offices on campus • Ability to use computers and basic programs • Must be self-motivated and self-managed to meet deadlines • Ability to plan and execute duties with attention to detail • Ability to problem-solve and make reasoned decisions • Must be team-oriented • Knowledgeable of TCAT/TBR policies and practices • Ability to work independently • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple demands
Core Competencies: • Gains trust and respect of team members by demonstrating a commitment to the team and achieving results • Works in a positive and cooperative manner with others to achieve shared objectives • Makes decisions in the best interest of the college • Uses judgement and seeks advice when unsure about the appropriate course of action • Maintains a high degree of integrity • Manages and prioritizes time and resources to ensure projects are completed within specified time period and parameters • Manages multiple projects simultaneously • Understands compliance policies and their impact • Demonstrates willingness to accept and respond positively to new processes, organizational structures, tools and procedures • Demonstrates emotional intelligence using diplomacy and tact by promoting cooperation and respect • Applies newly acquired knowledge and skills on-the-job • Asks for feedback for continuous improvement, personal development and growth • Recognizes the college-wide implications of one's actions