• On-Campus Federal Work Study Job Listings


  • College Services

    Student Services

    Includes: Academic Advising & Transfer Center (AATC)/HUB, Admissions, Registration & Records, Bookstore, Career Planning & Counseling Center (CPCC), Childcare Resource & Referral, International Student Office, Learning Success Center (LSC), Library, Middle College, Transitions/Transiciones, TRiO-Student Support Services

    AATC/HUB

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    Greet new and returning students and assist them with college processes and navigating the MyMHCC student portal, including.

      • web registration system & deadlines
      • financial aid-related documents
      • changing personal information including passwords
      • degree audit
      • online orientation
      • course content and basic registration functions
    • Assist students accessing services using Navigate Kiosk
    • Provide support for scheduling academic advising appointments in the Academic Advising & Transfer Center
    • Direct students to various campus offices as appropriate
    • Assist students with accessing and completing financial aid applications
    • Clean and organize student computer area
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Must be computer-savvy. Must be familiar with MHCC Gresham campus and resources, both on campus and online. Comfortable assisting others with technology including MyMHCC and FAFSA websites. Maintain professional attitude with patience. Will walk around center as needed, depending on traffic, to assist students at computer stations. Must maintain confidentiality of student records, be flexible and dependable, have patience, and have a strong willingness to learn. Must pass a criminal background check.

    Wage: $16/hr
    Shifts: Shifts are flexible with student schedules depending on Student Services HUB needs. More hours are available during open registration periods than non-registration times.
    Type of Positions: Work Study only (not currently hiring Student Aid positions)
    Contact: Matthew Farina, Director of Retention & Academic Advising, Matthew.Farina@mhcc.edu

    Bookstore

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    The bookstore associate assists students, staff and guests with their selection of textbooks, course materials and other merchandise. The bookstore associate may also process sales at the register, stock textbooks, supplies, clothing and gifts and may work at the Guest Information Desk to assist students with questions regarding bookstore merchandise, required course materials or bookstore financial aid credit status. The bookstore associate job provides the opportunity to learn about the bookstore retail industry, enhance customer service skills, learn cash handling skills, and the opportunity to receive a discount on required term textbooks and other bookstore merchandise..

    Qualifications:
    Dependable, trustworthy, and good with people; previous retail experience desired.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Day shifts to be discussed at the interview
    Contact: Janet Kelly @ 503-491-6919 or Janet.Kelly@mhcc.edu.

    Admissions, Registration & Records

    Registration Assistant

    Basic Job Purpose/Function:
    Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of duties in support of student services including admissions, registration, and student records. Responsibilities include customer service, general admission processing, data entry, and registration. Respond to high volume calls and email inquiries for the Admissions, Registration and Records Department.

    Essential Duties:

    1. Responds to high volume calls in a team environment.
    2. Provides customer service when assisting students, community members and College employees regarding student service processes and general campus information. Identifying customer needs, and referring to the appropriate personnel or service
    3. Registers students for courses as needed, and as required by state reporting guidelines. (Batch)
    4. Prepares transcripts, and enrollment verifications as needed.
    5. Processes applications for College admission. Mails official correspondence and documents related to Admissions, Records and Registration.
    6. Sort, scan, index and file student services related documents.
    7. Performs office support duties, distributing and processing mail, responding to email requests.
    8. Applies the College's implementation of the Family Education and Privacy Rights Act (FERPA).

    Additional Duties:

    1. Support student service in the HUB and Academic Advising.
    2. Performs project-based assignments within the student services department.
    3. Assists with commencement-related activities as assigned.
    4. Performs all other related duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. High school diploma or GED (or higher).
    2. Excellent customer service skills, including successful experience working with diverse populations.
    3. Intermediate (considerable) skills in word processing, spreadsheet, database and e-mail applications, preferably within the Microsoft Office Suite.
    4. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including active listening skills.
    5. Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks, priorities, changing deadline and move quickly among various functions and responsibility.
    6. Must be able to work additional hours and adjust working hours to meet special jobs functions, office needs, and responsibilities.

    Working Conditions:
    Work is performed primarily in an office setting and the position interacts with a variety of individuals. The work environment is often noisy and crowded with students and staff, and students may be emotional and exhibit stressful behavior at times. Heavy computer use and repetitive hand/wrist motion for keyboarding functions are typical. Occasionally, the employee will work longer than normal business hours.

    Job Title: Registration Specialist
    Job Description: Attached
    Qualifications: High school diploma or GED (or higher)
    Wage: $13.50 - $15.00
    Type of Position: Work Study
    Contact: Donna Harrison

    CPCC

    Career Peer Mentor

    Job Description:

    • Provide assistance during drop-in times to help students with their resumes or cover letter reviews.
    • Aid students with job search and networking strategies
    • Refer students to the appropriate services on campus to best meet their needs.
    • Facilitate opportunities for employers to set up on-campus recruiting events.
    • Provide job board assistance in reviewing and posting jobs online and physically.
    • Review emails through the CPCC's main email.
    • Help identify areas on the CPCC's website that require updating with relevant and timely information.
    • Assist with the organization and implementation of up to 5 career fairs annually.
    • Cover the front desk responsibilities including answering phones, scheduling appointments, etc.
    • Participate in the recruiting and hiring of new Career Peer Mentors.

    Qualifications:

    • Exhibit understanding and sensitivity towards diverse populations.
    • Have an understanding of customer service expectations.

    Wage: $13.25/hour
    Shifts: 8-10 hours a week between 8 a.m.-5 p.m.. We will work around your class schedule every term.
    Contact: Jennifer McNeil @ 503-491-7526 or jennifer.mcneil@mhcc.edu

    Childcare Resource & Referral-Multnomah County (Located at Maywood Campus)

    Office Assistant

    Located at Maywood Annex Building
    Job Description:

    Provide additional support for data entry and general office support.

    Qualifications:
    Strong attention to detail. Ability to use self-direction and ask necessary questions when assigned to a project. Ability to communicate project process, challenges, and completion to appropriate staff. Intermediate general computer skills (experience entering data in a data system is preferred). Ability to follow directions and work on both short and long term projects (creating class packets, continuous data entry, etc). Experience with filing and collating documents.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Contact: Christine Waters 503-491-6210 or Christine.waters@mhcc.edu

    International Student Office

    International Student Program Assistant

    Type of Position:
    Work Study

    Job Description:
    Under general supervision, this position provides a wide variety of administrative and support functions for the International Student Office. The duties for this position include data entry, copying and filing, basic computer operations and other assistance around the office as needed. This position will also assist at college outreach and campus events such as new student orientation, international student club events and commencement. Applicants should possess a positive attitude, the ability to work without supervision, be self-motivated, and be willing to learn.

    The Office Assistant is expected to:

    • Report on time for scheduled work hours and contribute to a positive work environment
    • Assist with compilation and maintenance of student files
    • Communicate professionally with office employees and students
    • Use copier and scanner
    • Complete computer work as needed to support the International Student Program
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Responsible for understanding and applying the College's interpretation of FERPA

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Accuracy in typing
    • Experience filing
    • Computer skills; comfortable using Microsoft Office
    • Must pass a criminal background check

    Shifts: 6-10 hours per week
    Contact: Janine Shockley, International Student Program Coordinator – Janine.Shockley@mhcc.edu

    LSC

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    This position monitors student use of various Learning Success Center tutoring sites, serves as receptionist for the areas, maintains cleanliness of the areas, and provides general office support for Learning Success Center staff and operations.

    • Monitor student check-in/check-out of Learning Success Center tutoring sites, assuring students are using proper procedures for computer and/or manual check-in.
    • Serve as receptionist for LSC sites; greet all individuals, answer questions regarding LSC procedures, and offer general college information.
    • Provide assistance to students and instructors in computer lab regarding hardware and software operations.
    • Direct flow of tutors to students, inform students if there will be a long wait for services, and remind students of rules for use of various sites.
    • Schedule tutoring appointments for students.
    • Maintain cleanliness and order of LSC sites; restock handouts, forms, instructional and office supplies, etc. as needed.
    • Perform data entry as needed.
    • Manage book and calculator checkout following set procedures.
    • Maintain familiarity with Computer Skills lab instructional software.
    • Assist the Learning Success Center Director and other staff with special projects as requested.

    Qualifications:
    Excellent communication skills; working knowledge of MS Office Suite and Windows; reliable and independent worker; positive attitude; previous office experience helpful.

    Qualifications Desired:
    Completion of CS120 and CS120L or equivalent.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: to be discussed
    Contact: Michael Hein@ 503-491-7108 or michael.hein@mhcc.edu or Lance Lannigan @ 503-491-7144 or lance.lannigan@mhcc.edu.

    Library

    Student Assistant

    Duties:
    Assist circulating materials in the library. Maintain collections by keeping them in proper order on the shelves. Assist students with copying and printing. Maintain office supplies for patron use. Maintain basic office equipment. Advise customers of library policies and regulations. Answer questions in person and over the telephone. Create and distribute MHCC Activity cards. Maintain library spaces with light cleaning. Assist library staff with safety and security. Students must maintain strict confidentiality of patron records and other personal information related to areas of responsibility. Depending on aptitude and availability for training; students may work at the circulation desk, student help desk, in the library stacks, technical services department and/or all public areas of the library.

    Qualifications:
    Must be able to communicate and work with faculty, staff, students and community members. Must be able to push and pull 50 lbs. and lift an average of 20 lbs. Students must be familiar with computers and must speak clear English. Able to sort alphabetically and numerically to place books in order according to Library of Congress cataloging standards (training provided). Students must be able to operate library computers, printers, and copiers (training provided).

    Students will have some exposure to the outdoors. Students will not work with hazardous materials but will be exposed to cleaning supplies used in office and technology maintenance. A second language is helpful (especially Russian or Spanish) but is not required.

    Keyboarding skills (40-50WPM) preferred.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Shifts available 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday through Saturday
    Contact: Contact: Megan Dugan @ 503-491-7652 or megan.dugan@mhcc.edu.

    Middle College

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    Assist in leading student-centered study groups for high school students participating in a dual credit program on MHCC's campus: help students read and interpret syllabi; help students create assignment calendars; send reminder emails to students in study groups; help students locate resources in the Writing Center, Tutoring Center, and Learning Specialist support.

    Assist with student seminars highlighting self-care strategies, study skills, time management, and other topics relevant to new college students. Collect, check, and track progress reports for Middle College students, and issue reminders to students via email. Assist with office duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:
    Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook. Must be comfortable working with students while still able to maintain appropriate boundaries. Must become FERPA certified. Must be familiar with MHCC Gresham Campus resources and willing to research outside resources. Must possess a strong desire to help students get the most out of their early college experience. Prior experience with MHCC's Middle College program preferred. Must pass an MHCC criminal background check.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Shifts will be flexible with student schedule, with more hours available during peak study times during the term (beginning, mid-term, and finals).
    Contact: Email cover letter and references to Kelly Kanyid at Kelly.Kanyid@mhcc.edu.

    Transitions/Transiciones

    Transitions/Transiciones Front Desk Assistant

    Job Description:

    As a Front Desk Assistant for Transitions/Transiciones/MCSP, you will be the first point of contact for our department. Front Desk Assistants duties include offering administrative support within the Transitions Transiciones and Matched College Saving Program (MCSP). You will welcome and greet students, staff, faculty and community members.

    Essential Duties:

    1. Monitor the Transitions/Transiciones front desk and answer students’ questions. In addition to Scheduling appointments, giving directions, directing to college resources, and helping with additional needs as requested.
    2. Responsible for answering incoming phone calls and making reminder calls as directed by Program Assistant.
    3. Available to assist with Transitions/Transiciones and other program events. This includes set-up and clean-up.
    4. Overall knowledge of computers and reporting computer problems to the Transitions/Transiciones Program Assistant.
    5. Monitor cleaning supplies and inventory, reporting needs to the Transitions/Transiciones Program Assistant.
    6. Update glass case with events and photos
    7. Responsible for cleaning the hallway and our coffee area
    8. Perform all other related duties as assigned.

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Currently enrolled at Mt. Hood Community College at least half-time (6 credits)
    • Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks, priorities and changing deadlines.
    • Must have good oral and written communication skills and excellent customer service skills including the ability to work with diverse populations of students, staff, faculty, and community members.
    • Ability to work independently and communicate with Transitions/Transiciones staff.
    • Ability to use current and upcoming technology.
    • MUST have the ability to lift up to 50lbs.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Bilingual in Spanish, Russian or Vietnamese
    • Previous experience in customer service a plus.
    • Understanding of MHCC policies and procedures regarding student information and supervision.
    • Understanding the MHCC Student Code of Conduct.

    Working Conditions:

    Work is typically performed in a front desk/reception office environment. Frequent interruption or change in work flow is expected. As the Front Desk Assistant, you may encounter situations such as irate, emotional and sometimes inappropriate individuals. The Transitions/Transiciones Program Assistant will assist on training co-workers in how to deal with these situations.

    Contact: Jenny Ruelas @ 503-491-7238; Jenny.Ruelas@mhcc.edu

    Summer Mentor - Remote Position!
    1. 1 to 1.5 hour weekly check-in and planning sessions with Program Coordinator and Program Assistant. Plan details of an online pre-program orientation in early September, Zoom group time, Zoom stress management sessions, Zoom study hall sessions and Zoom one-on-one sessions.
    2. Training: a) tutoring in an online environment (work with AVID) b) Zoom breakout sessions training c) Micro-aggressions in an online environment webinar.
    3. Create short videos: a) How to: a) setting up saints email, getting into and posting assignments in blackboard, etc. b) Welcome to Transitions Zoom video to put on website c) personal experience videos, e.g. my experience with online. tutoring, my experience with… (STEPS, AVID, etc., during Covid-19).
    4. Using Microsoft Office 365 to assist with other duties as assigned.

    Contact: Jenny Ruelas @ 503-491-7238; Jenny.Ruelas@mhcc.edu

    Summer Office Support - Remote Position!
    1. Login to Novatime. Review assigned tasks on Transitions email.
    2. Student phone calls to past participants.
    3. Track data from call and add to spreadsheet, notify appropriate person for follow-up as needed.
    4. In case of student emergency, work-study will refer to appropriate staff and follow with appropriate procedures.
    5. Online training with work-study and mentors regarding a) how to ask open ended questions using trauma informed methods b) Zoom, appropriate protocols and privacy policies c) Zoom meeting on how to fill out student of concern report
    6. Front desk work study weekly meeting, 1 to 1.5 hour Zoom meeting check-in with Program Assistant
    7. Using Microsoft office 365 to do other duties as assigned.
    8. Communicate any issues that arise with Program Assistant

    TRiO-Student Support Services

    TRIO Ambassador (peer mentor) – Remote Position! Summer 2020

    TRIO Ambassador Essential Duties:

    • Virtually help to promote the TRIO-SSS program & support student success via outreach and presentations to other current and prospective MHCC students via Zoom
    • Virtually assist other TRIO-SSS and MHCC students, especially new students with understanding and accessing campus resources that promote success, via Zoom and Google phone or similar phone option
    • Virtually serve as a guide and role model for other TRIO-SSS students via regular one-on-one or small group mentor meetings upon referral of TRIO-SSS staff, via Zoom
    • Assist with planning and facilitating college and personal success workshops, volunteer activities, webinars and cultural events for TRIO-SSS students, via Zoom
    • Attend regular Ambassador staff/team meetings
    • Attend, via Zoom, all or most TRIO Information and Application Sessions
    • Assist TRIO-SSS staff with other program-sponsored events and activities
    • Reminder calls, text, emails for student appointments (using Google phone number or something similar)
    • Schedule appointments for advisers
    • Create flyers for events
    • Create sign up forms for events
    • Monitor Blackboard discussions in TRIO Blackboard
    • Other administrative tasks as needed

    Position Qualifications:

    • Current MHCC TRIO student
    • Federal Work Study eligible for 2020-2021
    • Minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA
    • Currently in good academic standing
    • Have earned at least 12 credit hours at MHCC
    • Proven knowledge of, and use of campus resources including regular participation in TRIO-SSS events and services
    • Reliable, self-directed & able to work effectively in a team setting
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Positive attitude

    Wage: $14.25 per hour
    Shifts: Varying Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, remote from home
    Contact: Nicci Harwood Nicci.Harwood@mhcc.edu or Summber Barber at Sumber.Barber@mhcc.edu

    TRIO Programs Office Assistant – Remote Position! Summer 2020

    Job Description:
    TRIO-Student Support Services works to help students from underrepresented populations succeed in college at MHCC. TRIO Educational Talent Search works to help students grades 6-12 from underrepresented populations succeed academically and move onto post-secondary education. The Office Assistant position will assist office staff by providing administrative support. Tasks and responsibilities are entry level and may include, but are not limited to, a combination of the following:


    • Student outreach via email, text and phone (work study student would use Google phone number or something similar to make calls)
    • Reminder calls for student appointments (using Google phone number or something similar)
    • Schedule appointments for advisers
    • Create flyers for events
    • Create sign up forms for events
    • Monitor Blackboard discussions in TRIO Blackboard
    • Email & phone follow up with students who sign up/attend events
    • Zoom check -in and get-started appointments with new students
    • Provide TRIO program information for prospective students via email and phone
    • Other administrative tasks as needed

    Qualifications:

    6 months customer service experience strongly preferred, but not required. Preference for positions given to current TRIO-SSS program participants and/or former TRIO-ETS program participants, but any work study eligible student may apply. Strong customer service and communication skills. Ability to work remotely from your own home and complete tasks independently. Desire to help other students succeed. Basic computer skills including, email and Microsoft Office Suite.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Varying Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. remote from home
    Contact: Nicci Harwood at Nicci.Harwood@mhcc.edu

    Programs Office Assistant

    Job Description:
    Answer telephones, schedule appointments, provide program information to current or prospective program students, make appointment reminder phone calls, assist in advertising of program activities and events by making fliers and sign-up forms, provide assistance at on-campus program events, other general office duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • 6 months customer service experience strongly preferred
    • Preference for positions given to current TRIO-SSS program participants and/or former TRIO- ETS program participants
    • Strong customer service and communication skills
    • Ability to work in a team environment and complete tasks independently
    • Desire to help other students succeed
    • Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Varying Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Contact: Nicci Harwood Nicci.Harwood@mhcc.edu or 503-491-7688

    Student Life

    Includes: Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center, Student Publications (Advocate Student Newspaper), Student Union.

    Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center

    Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center (MDRC) Assistant - Remote Position!

    Job Purpose/Function:
    The Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center (MDRC) aims to advance a welcoming and inclusive learning environment where individual identities are valued and celebrated, fostering a sense of community among all members of Mt. Hood Community College. The MDRC provides a space dedicated to the well-being and success of all members of our community representing various backgrounds. Our work is rooted in social justice, recognizing and acknowledging that various communities across time have been historically marginalized; therefore, we work to dismantle systems of oppression through educational programming and intentionally support communities facing systemic barriers. Student workers choosing to work within the MDRC will work to advance this mission and cause through various duties. Student workers will:

    Essential Duties:

    1. Provide a welcoming and supportive environment for individuals using the MDRC
    2. Inform and educate members of MHCC on the resources available through the MDRC, the College, and throughout the community
    3. In collaboration with the Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center Coordinator, plan and implement a variety of diversity, equity, and inclusion programming
    4. Keep record of MDRC use and program attendance
    5. Support other Student Life activities and events as needed

    Qualifications:

    1. Currently enrolled at least half-time (six credits)
    2. Must have the ability to multi task and work with changing priorities and deadlines
    3. Good oral and written communication skills
    4. Ability to work with diverse populations, as well as work independently
    5. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (preferred)
    6. Timely and reliable

    Benefits of Position

    • Flexible schedule
    • Continuing education in diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Fostering and development of current strengths and skills with opportunity to gain new desired skills

    We would like to help you gain valuable experience while in this position which helps you develop as an individual and as a future professional.

    Working Conditions:
    Work is typically performed in a student-centered space. Frequent interruption or change in work flow is expected. As a MDRC employee, you may encounter potentially dangerous situations such as irate, emotional and sometimes inappropriate individuals. If this occurs, the MDRC Coordinator will support you in managing these situations and will support your well-being.

    Pay: $13.25/hr

    The application can be found here.

    Student Publications-The Advocate

    Advertising Manager

    Job Description:
    Manage advertising content for The Advocate. Communicate with advertisers, including invoicing, providing proof of publication and placing orders. Contact local businesses and campus departments to sell advertising. Work with the graphic design team to create ads.

    Qualifications:
    Student pursuing a business degree preferred. Must have good attention to detail and be self-motivated. Requires good communication skills and the ability to interact with the public. An interest in business matters is required.

    Wage: $13.25/hr
    Shifts: Somewhat flexible shifts available
    Contact: Howard Buck @ 503-701-3642 or howard.buck@mhcc.edu

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    Fold an estimated 80 copies per week of The Advocate and insert them into addressed wrapper sleeves for mailing. Time required to do this will decrease with experience but the folding should take less than a minute.

    Qualifications:
    Attention to detail; some minor lifting required.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: 30 to 60 minutes a week Monday and Friday between noon -2 p.m., Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. to noon, Wednesday 4-10 p.m., and Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Contact: Howard Buck @ 503-701-3642 or howard.buck@mhcc.edu

    Distribution Specialist

    Job Description:
    Prepare Advocate issues for mailing, deliver papers to college distribution points. Staff table at events and other activities to promote campus awareness of The Advocate. Ability to pick up paper at local printer to bring to campus a plus.

    Qualifications:
    Looking for someone with energy and enthusiasm, who is reliable and a self-starter.

    Wage: $13.25/hr
    Shifts: Mondays at noon, Fridays AM. Remaining hours TBD or flexible.
    Contact: Howard Buck @ 503-701-3642 (ph/text) or howard.buck@mhcc.edu

    Staff Designers/Photographers/Writers

    Job Description:
    Work with editorial team to identify stories and visual content, and to produce weekly content for the Advocate, a weekly publication serving the MHCC community.

    Qualifications:
    Need to be creative, and enjoy writing, design or photography. Looking for self-motivated individuals to be a part of a vibrant team of creatives to produce weekly content for The Advocate. Communication skills and willingness to contribute in various ways needed. Commitment to meet deadlines required.

    Wage: $13.25/hr
    Shifts: Mondays at noon, Tuesdays at noon, Wednesday evenings, Thursdays, other hours flexible.
    Contact: Howard Buck @ 503-701-3642 (ph/text) or howard.buck@mhcc.edu

    Student Union

    Information Desk Assistant

    Job Description:

    • Answer and direct phone calls.
    • Provide directions to various locations on campus.
    • Assist with Student Union events including club and student government sponsored events.
    • Refresh on-campus information postings and ASK ME table materials Create student ID cards.
    • Receive and return lost and found items and record into access database.
    • Overall care of the Student Union.

    This is a workplace that provides student employees the ability to pursue their education by using their learned skills in the workplace, when applicable. A workplace where students are helping students.

    Qualifications:
    • Currently enrolled at least half-time (six credits).
    • Must have the ability to multi task and work with changing priorities and deadlines.
    • Good oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to work with diverse populations or work independently.

    It would be helpful if applicant has previous experience in customer service or a desire to help others on a daily basis. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and previous clerical or office support is helpful but not required.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Shifts available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
    Contact: Doctor Abio Ayeliya, Doctor.abioAyeliya@mhcc.edu, 503-491-6023

    Internal College Services/Departments

    Includes: Analytics & Institutional Research, Information Technology, Facilities (Custodial, Print/Mail, Sustainability), Human Resources, Instructional Services, Public Safety

    Analytics & Institutional Research

    Programming Assistant

    Job description:
    Analytics and Institutional Research promotes best practices and innovation on campus through research and analysis of data, processes, and outcomes. Analyze, design, and develop Web, Android, and iPhone applications. Test and document applications and reports. Assist with data querying/data analysis. Other duties as assigned. Student will learn to work as part of a team, be able to apply technical knowledge learned in class, gain experience working in an office environment, increase their interpersonal and communication skills, and be trained in additional skills.

    Qualifications:
    Candidate must be organized, detail oriented and self-motivated. Individuals currently enrolled in computer science/ database management or programming classes/ majors would be ideal candidates. Candidates will be required to sit at a desk and walk across the college campus at a regular basis.

    Wage: $19 per hour
    Shifts: Flexible
    Contact: Susanne Rose at susanne.rose@mhcc.edu

    Research Assistant

    Job description:
    Analytics and Institutional Research promotes best practices and innovation on campus through research and analysis of data, processes, and outcomes. Convert documents to be ADA compliant. Help distribute and collect survey materials across campus. Gather student feedback and lead student focus groups. Other duties as assigned. Student will learn to work as part of a team, be able to apply technical knowledge learned in class, gain experience working in an office environment, increase their interpersonal and communication skills, and be trained in additional skills.

    Qualifications:
    Candidate must be organized, oriented and self-motivated. Individuals currently enrolled in computer science/ database management or programming classes/ majors would be ideal candidates. Candidates will be required to sit at a desk and walk across the college campus at a regular basis.

    Wage: $19 per hour
    Shifts: Flexible
    Contact: Susanne Rose at susanne.rose@mhcc.edu

    Facilities

    Includes: Custodial, Mailroom/Warehouse Services, Sustainability

    Mailroom/Warehouse Services

    Campus Mailroom/Warehouse Assistant

    Job Description:

    • Campus mail delivery including: department sorting (mail/packages), processing, occasionally assisting with on-campus warehouse deliveries, and printing paper deliveries
    • Labeling using CCR&R mailer (each term), and bulk mail projects for numerous departments

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    Willingness to learn MHCC MAILROOM/WAREHOUSE campus procedures/deliveries.

    Preferred Skills:

    Ability to lift 20+ lbs, stand 60-70% of workday, works well with other team members, and ability to adapt to work environment.

    Additional Notes:

    Must enjoy working with current team/members .

    Wage: To be determined.
    Contact: Brian K. Younce @ 503-491-7525 or Brian.Younce@mhcc.edu

    Sustainability

    Associate Sustainability & Recycling Coordinator

    Job Description:
    Work assignment will include supporting the MHCC Sustainability Council to pursue sustainability and recycling objectives and reporting back to the council. Specific area of focus for 2016 will be to audit recycling containers and locations, and provide a recommendation to the council on program improvements. Position will have the freedom to bring other suggestions to the council, and would regularly attend council meetings as available.

    Qualifications:
    Work environment will mostly be general campus and office areas. Must be capable of periodically lifting up to 50 pounds, and various basic body posture positions in support of simple tasks. Ability to learn quickly and multi-task is important for the successful fulfillment of this assignment. Cell phone and email available for communication. Must have a passion for the environment, sustainability, making a change for the better.

    Wage:$15/hour
    Shifts:Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-Noon or periodic Sun-Thurs 8 p.m.-Midnight
    Contact: Howard Buck @ 503-491-6997 or Charles.George@mhcc.edu

    Human Resources

    Student Assistant

    Job Description:
    Provide excellent customer service and direct customers to appropriate staff for additional assistance; answer phones, take messages, and forward calls accordingly; use copier/scanner and assist with filing; provide general clerical support to Human Resources staff.

    Qualifications:
    Requires excellent communication and customer service skills; ability to interact with the public and a good knowledge of the MHCC campus to assist in giving directions when asked; ability to maintain confidentiality; good attention to detail and be self-motivated; proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. A student pursuing a business degree with an interest in business matters and experience working in an office environment is preferred. Business casual dress code.

    Wage: $13.25 – 15.00 per hour
    Shifts: Flexible shifts during business hours, Monday-Friday 8-5pm
    Contact: Cari Fish @ 503-491-7221 or 503-491-8623 or cari.fish@mhcc.edu

    Information Technology

    Accessible Format Assistant

    Job Description:
    Assist Faculty and staff in the creation of accessible materials. This includes speaking with faculty and staff to understand and facilitate their needs, preparing and processing various documents (word documents, PowerPoint, PDFs, Forms, InDesign, etc.) and converting them into an accessible format using various software applications, managing and maintaining a database of all converted material, high level problem-solving with minimal supervision, and ensuring that all material created is free of errors.

    Qualifications:
    Ability to communicate effectively, strong attention to detail, ability to work rapidly with minimal errors, strong problem solving and technical troubleshooting skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and Adobe Creative Suite (Including Acrobat Pro), ability to learn new software quickly, and sit for long periods of time at a computer station.

    Wage: $13.25-15/hour
    Shifts: Monday-Friday mornings and early afternoon
    Contact: Tristan Price @ 503-491-7584 or tristan.price@mhcc.edu

    Public Safety

    Student Campus Watch Assistant

    Job Description:

    1. Provides foot patrols in parking lots to assist in crime deterrence/prevention.
    2. Notifies dispatch or other public safety personnel when emergency services are required.
    3. Enforces parking regulations and notifies dispatch when parking violations are observed.
    4. Educates violators on Tobacco Free Policy and notifies dispatch or other public safety personnel of violations.
    5. Provides directions and answer general questions from visitors and members of the college community.
    6. Provides escorts to individuals who would prefer not to walk alone on campus in the dark.
    7. Assists in crowd control management.
    8. Assist in setting up/tearing down for educational/campus events or presentations.
    9. Provides educational information to members in college community on crime prevention strategies.
    10. Assists in evacuating buildings or entire campus. Directs emergency services to the site of the emergency.
    11. Completes Daily Activity Reports before the end of each shift.
    12. Ensures compliance with the Safety and Security Department's standard operating procedures, applicable federal, state, and local regulations, College regulations and Board policies as appropriate.
    13. Attends required training sessions including Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and harassment free training.
    14. Maintains the confidentiality of highly sensitive and confidential information.
    15. Performs administrative duties, such as entering data, typing reports, filing, answering phones and other office tasks as assigned.
    16. Provides excellent customer service and a welcoming, supportive, and respectful work environment.
    17. Performs all other duties as assigned.
    18. Adheres to the following Code of Ethics:
      • Participants will perform duties in an ethical manner, with honor and compassion.
      • Participants will safeguard the lives and property of the college community; protect all persons against deception, the weak against intimidation and oppression, and the peaceful against violence and disorder.
      • Participants will respect the Constitutional rights of all people to liberty, equality and justice.
      • Participants will recognize position as a symbol of public faith, and accept it as a public trust.

    Criminal Justice Student Interns – In addition to above duties:
    Conduct research on special projects; compile and summarize crime data for specific area problems; conduct crime mapping and analysis; other assignments as agreed upon.

    Qualifications:
    Be at least 18 years old; have a high school diploma or GED; be a current MHCC student in good academic standing with at least a 2.0 grade point average; demonstrate commitment to promote an inclusive environment that celebrates, respects and supports diverse communities.

    Be accountable, credible, principled, responsible and truthful; have the ability to communicate effectively in routine and difficult situations; excellent customer service and team player skills; basic computer skills to perform various job functions; aptitude to learn to communicate with two-way radios.

    Physical ability to move quickly in response to emergencies; required to stand and walk for duration of assigned schedule;

    Preferred Qualifications
    Spanish or Russian speaking skills; positive attitude.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person.
    Shifts: Flexible hours between 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. commit to serve at least 4 hours a week
    Contact: Wayne Feagle @ 503-491-7399 or Wayne.Feagle@mhcc.edu.

    Academic Departments

    Adult Basic Skills

    Gresham Campus

    Clerical Assistant

    Job Description:
    Answer phone and student questions; assist dean, faculty, students, and staff; make copies, run errands, post rooms, hang posters; use Microsoft Office programs to create spreadsheets, databases, and documents.

    Qualifications:
    Friendly, helpful, smart, energetic, problem-solver who is an independent self-starter.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: To be discussed
    Contact: Julie Hutchin @ 503-491-6990 or julie.hutchin@mhcc.edu.

    Computer Class Tutor/Technical Assistant

    Job Description:
    Assist ESL students during class to develop basic computer skills, including use of a mouse and a flash drive, file management, email composition in Outlook using MHCC Saints email, navigating the MHCC portal, internet searches, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and uploading to Dropbox. You will help students who have difficulty following directions, didn't understand the instructions or are stuck because of technical issues before, during and after class time, and students who need one on one assistance while the instructor teaches in a course that helps ABS students develop basic computer skills for academic purposes. Copying, filing and using Word to modify and create documents for the course may also be required.

    Qualifications:
    Requires a friendly, helpful and respectful personality with good English communication skills and familiarity with computer programs taught. Requires walking around quickly, moving carefully in tight quarters between computer desks, and standing for up to 3.0 hours without a break, bending over, good hand-eye coordination, and problem solving skills. Also requires a lot of patience to work with students who are beginning computer users. Must be able to assist students in Word, PowerPoint and Excel, the MHCC portal and Saints email systems. Ability to troubleshoot computer connection and technical problems is desired, but not required. Must be confirmed as eligible for Federal Work Study funding.

    Wage: $15 per hour
    Shifts: Weekly - Gresham campus Tuesday 9 a.m. to Noon, and/or 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Maywood center: Wednesday 9 a.m. to Noon, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Additional shifts may also be available. The one or more shifts that you choose to work can be flexible around your class schedule and transportation by term.
    Contact: Deborah Saari at 503-491-7024 or Deborah.Saari@mhcc.edu

    Computer Class Assistant/Tutor

    Job Description:
    Assist Adult Basic Skills students during class to develop basic computer skills, including use of a mouse and a flash drive, file management, email composition in Outlook using MHCC Saints email, navigating the MHCC portal, internet searches, Word, PowerPoint and Excel and uploading to Dropbox. Help students who have difficulty following directions, don't understand the instructions, or are stuck because of technical issues. Copying, filing and using Word to modify and create documents may also be required.

    Qualifications:
    Friendly, helpful, and respectful personality with good English communication skills and familiarity with computer programs taught. Requires walking around quickly, moving carefully in tight quarters between computer desks, and standing for up to 2.0 hours without a break, bending over, good hand-eye coordination, and problem solving skills. Requires a lot of patience to work with students who are beginning computer users. Must be able to assist students in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, MHCC portal, and Saints email system. Ability to troubleshoot computer connection and technical problems a plus.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Monday/Wednesday 3:50 to 5:40 p.m. Gresham campus during fall term. Hours may vary for winter and spring terms.
    Contact: Julie Hutchin at 503-491-6990 or Julie.Hutchin@mhcc.edu

    Maywood Campus

    Computer Class Assistant/Tutor

    Job Description:
    Assist Adult Basic Skills students (ESL and ABE-GED students) during class to develop basic computer skills, including use of a mouse and a flash drive, file management, email composition in Outlook using MHCC Saints email, navigating the MHCC portal, internet searches, Word, PowerPoint and Excel and uploading to Dropbox. Help students who have difficulty following directions, don't understand the instructions, or are stuck because of technical issues before, during and after class time, and students who need one-on-one assistance while the instructor teaches in a course that helps ABS students develop basic computer skills for academic purposes. Copying, filing and using Word to modify and create documents may also be required.

    Qualifications:
    Friendly, helpful, and respectful personality with good English communication skills and familiarity with computer programs taught. Requires walking around quickly, moving carefully in tight quarters between computer desks, and standing for up to 2.0 hours without a break, bending over, good hand-eye coordination, and problem solving skills. Requires a lot of patience to work with students who are beginning computer users. Must be able to assist students in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, MHCC portal, and Saints email system. Ability to troubleshoot computer connection and technical problems a plus.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Wednesdays: 9 a.m. to noon and (if possible) 6 to 9 p.m. Maywood campus, June 25 to August 14th during summer term. May continue during fall, winter and spring terms 2018-2019 with additional class hours per term.
    Contact: Deborah Saari at 503-491-7024 or Deborah.Saari@mhcc.edu

    Automotive Technology

    ASSET Assistant-Ford Automotive Technology Program

    Job Description:
    Assist the Ford ASSET instructor with class materials and presentations for recruiting; work with the program coordinator and local dealerships.

    Qualifications:
    Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, as well as excellent spelling, grammar and writing skills. Must be capable of working independently.

    Wage: $15.00 hr
    Shifts: TBD by student and supervisor.
    Contact:Jerry Lyons @ 503-491-7203.

    Automotive Shop Assistant-MCAP & IMPORT

    Job Description:
    Clean automotive lab, perform light maintenance and repairs on training aids, set up and tear down lab activities, and organize shop materials and tools.

    Qualifications:
    Requires detailed knowledge of the MHCC automotive shop, tools, and test equipment. Must be able to lift and move transmissions, engines and various automotive equipment.
    Wage:To be determined
    Shifts:Monday-Friday after 1 p.m.
    Contact: Steve Michener @ 503-491-7148 or steve.michener@mhcc.edu

    Instructor Assistant-Chrysler MCAP/IMPORT/Subaru

    Job Description:
    Assist the Dodge MCAP/IMPORT/SUBARU automotive instructor with classroom material / lab preparation and set-up.

    Qualifications:
    Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as excellent spelling, grammar and writing skills. Some lifting may be required during lab prep and set-up (20-30 lbs).

    Wage: $15.00 hour
    Shifts: Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (flexible)
    Contact: Eric Garvey at 503-491-7222 or eric.garvey@mhcc.edu

    Fisheries

    See also, off-campus positions

    Fisheries Aide

    Job Description:
    Assist the academic Fisheries program. Clean Fisheries and lab items, maintain Fisheries lab classroom and shop rooms, and organize lab materials. Assist in preparing labs and field trips. Assist in maintenance of on-campus Fish Hatchery. Cleaning of boats, nets and other fisheries equipment. Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:
    Ability to work independently with strong organizational skills. Must be reliable and responsible with good communication skills. Must have ability to bend, stoop, walk, and lift up to 50 pounds. Familiarity with word processing and spreadsheets desirable.

    Wage: $13.25 hr the first term; increase up to $15/hr in following terms.
    Shifts: Flexible shifts
    Contact: Matthew Takahashi @ 503-491-7472 or 503-545-8788 or Matthew.Takahashi@mhcc.edu.

    Geology

    Lab Assistant

    Job Description:
    Clean assorted geology and lab items, maintain geology lab classroom and prep room, and organize lab materials including mineral and rock samples in geology lab and prep room. Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    College level geology strongly recommended, college level science experience preferred. Ability to work independently with strong organizational skills. Must be reliable and responsible with good communication skills. Must have ability to bend, stoop, walk, and lift up to 50 pounds. Familiarity with word processing and spreadsheets desirable.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Flexible shifts
    Contact: Daina Hardisty @ 503-491-7407 or daina.hardisty@mhcc.edu

    Health, Physical Education, Athletics, Aquatics & Recreation (HPEAAR)

    Athletics

    Student Worker

    Wage: $13.25 to $16.00

    Desired Shifts: Hourly shifts are available between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday–Friday with some weekend and evening hours available.

    Job Title: HPEAAR Student Worker

    Duties: Multiple positions are available for such assignments as:

    • Students who are awarded Federal Work Study are encouraged to apply
    • Assists with the daily maintenance of the HPEAAR physical activity rooms, gymnasium area, training room, and equipment room.
    • Assists with tasks such as laundry, sanitizing CPR manikins/faces.
    • Assist as needed with outdoor weeding, pressure washing, and clean up after events.
    • Assists in entry-level office tasks as needed.
    • Set-up for athletic events
    • Game management for athletic events

    Qualifications: Possess the ability to follow/comprehend written and verbal directions. Requires lifting, bending, and standing- Must be able to lift more than 20 lbs, can do tasks that involve physical movement (similar to custodial tasks.)

    Contact: Kim Hyatt @ 503-491-7460 or Kim.Hyatt@mhcc.edu

    Aquatics

    Group Lessons Instructor

    Job Description:

    Role and Responsibities

    1. Conduct swim lessons according to American Red Cross and program guidelines.
    2. Ensure safety of students/participants during class time.
    3. Assist other instructors as necessary.
    4. Plan and organize activities, using block and lesson plans.
    5. Provide positive motivational and corrective feedback to students/participants.
    6. Complete and distribute progress/skill cards according to lesson level requirements.
    7. Provide high-quality customer service.
    8. Attend required in-service trainings for both lifeguards and instructors.
    9. Maintain all required certifications.
    10. All other duties as requested.

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    Must be at least 16 years of age.
    Able to communicate effectively and courteously with participants, parents, staff and supervisor(s).
    Ability to demonstrate all six strokes taught within the ‘Learn to Swim’ progression at any time.
    Possess current certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding.

    Preferred Skills:

    Experience teaching children, ages 8 months-12 years, in a recreational program setting.
    American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification, or
    Willingness to obtain the Water Safety Instructor certification within 6 months of hire.

    Wage: Begins at $14.00 for Summer 2020
    Location: MHCC Gresham campus, Aquatic Center
    Shifts: Variable (mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends)
    Contact: Patrick Nalley @ 503-491-7244 or Patrick.Nalley@mhcc.edu

    Swim Lessons Instructor

    Role and Responsibilities:

    1. Conduct swim lessons according to American Red Cross and program guidelines.
    2. Ensure safety of students/participants during class time.
    3. Assist other instructors as necessary.
    4. Plan and organize activities, using block and lesson plans.
    5. Provide positive motivational and corrective feedback to students/participants.
    6. Complete and distribute progress/skill cards according to lesson level requirements.
    7. Provide high-quality customer service.
    8. Attend required in-service trainings for both lifeguards and instructors.
    9. Maintain all required certifications.
    10. All other duties as requested.

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    • Must be at least 16 years of age.
    • Able to communicate effectively and courteously with participants, parents, staff and supervisor(s).
    • Ability to demonstrate all six strokes taught within the ‘Learn to Swim’ progression at any time.
    • Possess current certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding.

    Preferred Skills:

    • Experience teaching children, ages 8 months-12 years, in a recreational program setting.
    • American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification, or
    • Willingness to obtain the Water Safety Instructor certification within 6 months of hire.

    Reports to: Aquatics Manager, Program Coordinator
    Work schedule: Variable (mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends)
    Location: MHCC Gresham campus, Aquatic Center
    Hourly rate range: Begins at $14.00 for Summer 2020
    Contact:Patrick.Nalley@mhcc.edu, 503-491-7244

    Head Guard

    Job Description:

    Role and Responsibilities

    1. Practice preventive lifeguarding and maintain patron safety in, on and around the four-pool aquatic complex.
    2. Oversee lifeguarding staff during assigned hours.
    3. Oversee and assist with setting up the pools for each activity as assigned.
    4. Test the water chemistry of all four pools every two hours or assign to lifeguard staff.
    5. Work scheduled hours as designated by Aquatic Coordinator / Manager.
    6. Exercise proper opening and closing procedures as prescribed in the Employee Handbook and in the Head Guard Resource Manual.
    7. Perform equipment safety checks at the beginning of each shift and report any damaged or malfunctioning equipment.
    8. Perform first aid as necessary and fill out the required forms.
    9. Fill out any required reports at the end of each shift.
    10. Perform other similar or related duties as required and/or assigned by Aquatic Coordinator or Manager.
    11. Inventory and inspect lifeguard equipment, including rescue tubes and fanny packs.
    12. Participate in all scheduled in-service trainings.
    13. Perform minimal maintenance and custodial duties as needed.

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    Must be at least 16 years of age.
    Able to communicate effectively and courteously with participants, parents, staff and supervisor(s).
    Possess current American Red Cross Lifeguarding certificate.
    Prior lifeguarding experience at other facilities, or
    6 months minimum experience at this facility with exceptional record as a lifeguard.
    Perform water rescue skills and scenarios tests at a high level of competence and set the standard for the rest of the staff

    Preferred Skills:

    Willingness to obtain the Lifeguard Management Certification within 6 months of hire

    Wage: Begins at $14.00 for Summer 2020
    Location: MHCC Gresham campus, Aquatic Center
    Shifts: Variable (mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends)
    Contact: Patrick Nalley @ 503-491-7244 or Patrick.Nalley@mhcc.edu

    Integrated Metals

    Includes: Machine Tool and Welding Technology

    Welding

    Welding Lab Assistant

    Job Description:
    Perform layout and cutting of class practice materials. Fabricate and weld metal brackets, fixtures and assorted tooling following dimensioned sketches and prints. Maintain weld lab machinery and equipment. Perform shop cleanup as required.

    Qualifications:
    Student should have experience welding in a college (or equivalent) welding laboratory environment, or be enrolled and working in such environment concurrent with the work study schedule. Student must be familiar with welding laboratory safety practices and procedures. Work involves occasional bending, stooping and lifting of 40 pounds or less.

    Wage: $13.25/hour
    Shifts: contact supervisor for shifts
    Contact: Richard Walters @ 503-491-7209 or richard.walters@mhcc.edu.

    Health Professions

    Includes: Dental Hygiene, Nursing (Please note that Nursing positions are located OFF-CAMPUS at Bruning Center)

    Dental Hygiene

    Dental Hygiene Office Assistant

    Job Description:

    Role and Responsibities

    • Greet patients
    • Answering telephone
    • Copying, faxing, scanning, printing, using multifunction device
    • Projects
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    • Personable
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office

    Preffered Skills:
    Students that are interested in the Dental Hygiene Program or in the Program Bilingual-Spanish.

    Location:
    (Gresham/Maywood/Bruning & Building & Office #): Gresham, Building 17, 2730.

    Wage: $16.00
    Contact: Tina Williams @ Tina.Williams@mhcc.edu

    Nursing (see also, off-campus positions)

    Nursing Resource Lab Aide for Bruning Center

    The Bruning Center for Allied Health Education
    1484 N.W. Civic Dr.
    Gresham, Oregon 97030

    Job Description:
    Assist nursing resource lab specialist and faculty for various assigned work. May include clerical work such as filing, word processing (MS Office), copying work, collating, copying, updating materials as directed, phone calls and related duties. Assist with set up of Nursing lab and SimLab materials. Research various assigned topics as instructed by faculty and others as assigned. Assist with organization and maintenance of various spaces at the Bruning Center. Assist the faculty with various ongoing and new projects as assigned. Follow directions for specific assigned tasks from the nursing resource lab specialist and faculty. Work VERY independently after direction is provided

    Qualifications:
    Must be able to work and follow written and verbal instructions and work very independently on assigned tasks. Clear speech and articulation of voice to interact with people. Excellent word processing skills and ability to navigate the web and MHCC Website a must. Must embrace professionalism and a strong desire to produce quality work. Ability to maintain confidentiality an absolute requirement. Be physically able to get around the Bruning Center, stand on a safe and stable foot stool, reach materials on shelves and be able to carry materials up to 10 lbs. without difficulty. This position cannot employ a MHCC nursing student. A sense of humor and enthusiasm is greatly desired!

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Variable and negotiable—daytime priority.
    Contact: JoyLynn Woodard @ 503-491-6703 or joylynn.woodard@mhcc.edu.

    Performing Arts

    Includes: Music, Theatre

    Music

    Piano/Computer Lab Monitor

    Job Description:
    Monitor Piano Lab for security during open lab times, locking as needed. Turning equipment off as required. This is an alarmed room.

    Qualifications:
    Dependable, punctual, and able to work independently.

    Wage: $13.25 per hour
    Shifts: Monday – Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart at 503-491-7510 or kelly.gernhart@mhcc.edu.

    Music Assistant

    Job description:
    File sheet music on a weekly basis

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Ability to read music and work independently.

    Wage: $13.25 hour
    Shifts: Flexible shifts
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart @ 503-491-7010 or Kelly Gernhart@mhcc.edu

    Theatre

    Costume Shop Assistant

    Job Description:

    1. Assist theatre students and staff with costume construction, fittings and alterations.
    2. Assist theatre students and staff to maintain and improve costume shop organization and inventory and cleanliness.
    3. Other duties as assigned (may include painting, dyeing, wardrobe crew, costume crafts) depending on interest, skill level and theatre departmental needs.

    Qualifications:

    1. Ability to work independently and as part of a crew.
    2. Sense of humor a big plus.
    3. Ability to work within scheduled scene shop hours.
    4. Ability to sew by hand and machine desired but not required

    Wage: $13.25 an hour
    Shifts: MWF Noon-4 p.m., add'l TBA depending on student and instructor schedules
    Contact: Daryl Harrison-Carson @ 503-491-7159 or daryl.harrison@mhcc.edu

    Scene Shop Assistant

    Job Description:

    1. Assist theatre students and staff with set construction, prop construction, painting and installation.
    2. Assist theatre students with safety equipment and procedures.
    3. Assist theatre students and staff to maintain and improve scene shop organization and inventory and cleanliness.
    4. Other duties as assigned (may include painting, rigging, show crew) depending on interest, skill level and theatre departmental needs.

    Qualifications:

    1. Theatre and/or carpentry skills a plus but not required.
    2. Ability to work as part of a crew.
    3. Sense of humor a big plus.
    4. Ability to work within scheduled scene shop hours

    Wage: $13.25 an hour
    Shifts: MWF Noon-4 p.m., add'l TBA depending on student and instructor schedules
    Contact: Daryl Harrison-Carson @ 503-491-7159 or daryl.harrison@mhcc.edu

    Scene Shop Carpenter

    Job Description:

    1. Assist theatre students and staff with set construction, prop construction.
    2. Assist with load in and installation of theatre scenery, lighting, audio and props.
    3. Demonstrate safety consciousness by using appropriate gear and following safety procedures.
    4. Work with small groups to achieve production goals while maintaining safety standards.
    5. Assist theatre students and staff to maintain and improve scene shop organization and inventory.
    6. Other duties as assigned (may include painting, rigging, show crew) depending on interest, skill level and theatre departmental needs.

    Qualifications:

    1. Basic carpentry skills required, theatre carpentry a plus.
    2. Ability to work independently and as a crew leader.
    3. Sense of humor a big plus.
    4. Must be able to work Friday afternoons, plus 1-2 additional afternoons each week.

    Wage: $14 an hour
    Shifts: MWF Noon-4 p.m., add'l TBA depending on student and instructor schedules
    Contact: Daryl Harrison-Carson @ 503-491-7159 or daryl.harrison@mhcc.edu

    Science

    Lab Assistants

    Job Description:
    Wash dishes, maintain science lab classrooms, and organize lab supplies in academic science labs. Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:
    College level science in any discipline preferred but not necessary. Ability to work independently. Must be reliable and responsible with good communication skills. Must have to ability to bend, stoop, walk, and lift up to 40 pounds.

    Lab Trainee
    Lab Trainees must complete the EPH, BBP training, and Harassment Prevention training. They must also understand the CHP, and Hazard Communication. A Lab trainee must also demonstrate knowledge of the laboratory facility rooms and their uses, and locations of all common lab glassware and utensils. They must demonstrate knowledge of the SOPs for the main dishwashing area and execute these tasks without extra supervision before being considered for a Lab Aide I position.

    Lab Aide I
    Lab Aide I student employees must demonstrate the ability to complete all lab trainee tasks with light or no supervision. Lab Aide I student employees must demonstrate the ability to complete all lab classroom checklists, including chemistry drawer restocking, with some supervision. Lab Aide I students will also demonstrate the ability to care for lab animals and plants with some supervision. Lab Aide I student employees must demonstrate the ability to work in the general lab areas with minimal supervision and answer science lab phones professionally and appropriately.

    Lab Aide II
    Lab Aide II student employees must demonstrate the ability to complete all lab trainee tasks with light or no supervision, and complete all classroom checklists, including chemistry drawer restocking, with light supervision. Lab Aide II student employees must also demonstrate the ability to care for all lab plants and animals with minimal supervision. Lab Aide II students must demonstrate the ability to perform advanced tasks such as prepare solutions, and or operate the autoclave to support microbiology labs, and or complete inventories and biohazard waste shipment preparations with minimal supervision.

    Lab Aide III
    Lab Aide III students will demonstrate the ability to perform all trainee, Lab Aide I, and Lab Aide II tasks. Lab Aide III students must have mastered the support of at least one advance task area (micro, solutions, A&P biohazard waste/inventory) and be able to support instruction through the completion of special projects including reorganization of any and all lab areas and maintenance and care of laboratory teaching materials. Lab Aide III students will be expected to be self-starters such that they will demonstrate the ability to work unsupervised or to mentor other lab employees.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Flexible shifts of two or more hours per shift – Friday shifts are preferred and often required.
    Contact: Brenda Wise or Corey Huston @ 503-491-7370 or email Brenda.Wise@mhcc.eduor corey.huston@mhcc.edu.

    Visual Arts

    Art Studio/Lab Assistant

    Job Description:
    The successful candidate will be solution-oriented with strong communication skills, capable of working both collaboratively and independently with efficiency and professionalism. Must maintain paper supply (newsprint and butcher paper rolls/paper towels) in studios. Dust off surfaces of chalk and other drawing materials. Keep props in order, scrub sinks and easels, other duties as assigned.
    Studios: Basic Design, Ceramics, Drawing, Jewelrymaking, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture.

    Qualifications:
    Requires good communication skills; hard working; attention to detail; must be able to lift 25-50lbs on occasion. Requires the ability to do light housekeeping chores.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: To be discussed at the interview
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart @ 503-491-7510 or Kelly.Gernhart@mhcc.edu.

    Office Assistant

    Job Description:
    Sit at reception desk; Customer service. Light clerical work. Answer phones, sort mail and photocopy. Assist gallery coordinator; and/or instructors with various projects. Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:
    Requires good communication skills. Requires some developed skills such as operation of office equipment, and interaction with the public. Requires the ability to lift up to 25-50 lbs.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Flexible shifts available
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart @ 503-491-7510 or Kelly.Gernhart@mhcc.edu.

    Social Media Assistant

    Job description: Creation and upkeep of various MHCC Visual Arts social media sites. Duties may require capturing images/ video of Visual Arts events and/or other program-specific photo opportunities.

    Qualifications: Successful applicants must have electronic device with internet access capable of taking and downloading videos and photos to various social media sites, knowledge of the processes and procedures required to create and maintain the sites, as well as excellent spelling, grammar and writing skills. Applicant should know what should and should not be posted on the social media sites of a community college program, including FERPA compliance. Applicants will be asked to provide examples of their own social media sites to verify skill level, presentation quality and effectiveness.

    Wage: Speak with contact person
    Shifts: To be discussed at the interview.
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart @ 503-491-7510 or Kelly.Gernhart@mhcc.edu.

    Student Tutor

    Student tutoring is a supplement to classroom teaching. Tutors are not expected to know everything about the subject for which they tutor.

    Job Description:

    • Provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Ceramics Studio.
    • Assist students with improving academic achievement by meeting with them within the hours provided to clarify learning problems and work on study skills.
    • Other assistance might include: Reviewing class material, discussing the text, predicting technical questions, formulating ideas, or working on solutions to problems.

    Responsibilities:

    • Complete required Tutoring training
    • Check students in and out of Tutoring hours
    • Be punctual for all scheduled tutoring sessions. It is your responsibility to notify us as soon as possible if you cannot meet with the students.
    • Keep an accurate record or your hours.

    Qualifications:

    • Responsible, dependable, honest and mature.
    • Friendly, patient and sensitive to a diversity of students.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Flexible shifts available
    Contact: Kelly Gernhart @ 503-491-7510 or Kelly.Gernhart@mhcc.edu.