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Ex2: Student Job Titles & Descriptions

Student Employment Policy & Procedure Manual
Section 100: Introductory Material
Effective: 03/01/1997
Revised: 08/01/2005

 

The student job titles on this page are the only approved job titles for jobs tied directly to the Student Employment Pay Scale.  Each job description and job posting must list one of these titles.  This may be followed by any additional title information you wish to add to more closely define the position.  For example, a Stall Worker would be titled "Student Laborer/Equipment Opr 1" and could have " - Stall Worker" added behind it. 

For assistance in determining the appropriate job title / pay category, you can contact Human Resources at (541) 737-0908.

Student Office Worker 1:

Performs general office work such as typing, copying, filing, sorting, indexing, reception duties, simple numerical analyses, and accounting-related tasks.  Work at the first level would include routing and repetitive tasks requiring minimal office skills and experience and generally close supervision.

Student Office Worker 2:

Performs general office work such as typing, copying, filing, sorting, indexing, reception duties, simple numerical analyses, and accounting-related tasks.  Work at this level would require an increasing level of office skills and experience, and the student employee would be expected to work under more general supervision.

Student Assistant 1:

Assists with a variety of university projects.  Work at this level may include routine, non-technical laboratory, green house, field plot, or other research project work.

Student Assistant 2:

Work at this level includes increasingly responsible duties assisting faculty and administrative personnel with research or other project activities.

Student Assistant 3:

Work at this level includes increasingly responsible duties assisting faculty and administrative personnel with research or other project activities.

Student Technician 1:

Performs technical laboratory work ranging from relatively routine to relatively complex, such as the care and maintenance of laboratory animals.

Student Technician 2:

Work at this level includes increasingly responsible duties assisting faculty and administrative personnel with research or other project activities.

Student Technician 3:

Work at this level includes increasingly responsible duties assisting faculty and administrative personnel with research or other project activities.

Student Lead Worker/Supvr. 1:

Acts as lead worker or supervisor of other student employees.

Student Lead Worker/Supvr. 2:            ?

Student Grader/Tutor 1:  ?

Student Grader/Tutor 2:  ?

Student Food Service Worker:

Performs a variety of work associated with university food service operations.

Student Computer Operator 1:

Performs a variety of work related to computer operations.  Work at this level includes performing routine computer operation tasks not requiring previous training or experience and might be considered computer operator trainees.

Student Computer Operator 2:

Work at this level involves actual computer operation with an increasing level of training, experience, and independent judgment required.

Student Computer Programmer 1:

Performs a variety of work related to computer programming.  At this level, student would assist computer programmers and might be considered programmer trainee.

Student Computer Programmer 2:

Work at this level involves writing routine to relatively complex programs, with an increasing level of training, experience, and independent judgment required.

Student Laborer/Equipment Opr 1:

Performs light to heavy labor; operates motorized equipment.  The first level would include unskilled labor and the operation of an automobile, pickup truck, or motor scooter.

Student Laborer/Equipment Opr 2:

Work at this level would include semiskilled labor and the operation of heavier equipment.

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