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FALL 2015

Secretary: Duties include handle confidential materials in a professional manner, answer phones and take detailed messages,

greet students and faculty when necessary, take and check the mail to the print shop at 9 am and 2 pm daily, when possible,

run errands to other offices, as needed, file, help with various projects:  making copies, collating, proof reading documents, etc.,

check syllabus for required information and help keep electronic files updated, various office duties as assigned.

Hours: 15 - 18 hours per week

Contacts: Lisa Johnson  2518-2100 or Sara Briggs @518-2218 (to begin January 11, 2016)


Theatre Assistant: Should be available to work at least 5 of the 7 semester theatre performances.  Nice clothing

required – khakis and a nice shirt – no jeans.  Arrive at 5:45 and stay until clean-up is finished after the show

(typically 9:30 or 10:00). Assist with preparing theatre lobby for performances, selling tickets, helping guests find

their seats, handing out programs, picking up trash in theatre, etc. Must be proficient in math to sell tickets and

count money, have clean appearance, and be able to work with the public in a pleasant and professional manner.

Reliability is extremely important.

Fall 2015 Dates:                 October 8, 9, 10 & December 2, 3, 4, 5

Contact: Email


Chemistry Department:  Duties include locating and packaging lab equipment to be taken to the Perryville outreach

center, assisting in lab preparation for the following week (making solutions, packing materials, running carts of equipment

up and down from the parking lot, etc., other tasks as assigned.  This person should be able to work independently following

detailed instructions.

Hours:  Fridays in the fall semester. Preference will be given to those who are available all or most of the day on Friday.  

Contact:   email Mrs. Kekec at to set up an appointment.



Head Start program - Working with preschool aged children. Duties include literacy

activities such as reading, writing, and other learning activities. Education majors preferred.

Hours:  8 hours a week

Contact:  Beth Mell at, 573-518-2193 or Debbie LaBruyere

at, 573-518-2155 or stop by AS 117.




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