Work-Study Placement Process
- The information you provided on your application, including your college major, work experience, volunteer experience, and skills will be used to match you with an open work study position. However, a completed application is not a guarantee of employment with the work-study program due to the number of applications received and the number of positions available. You must complete your FAFSA prior to applying for a work-study position.
- Supervisors will review your application and will call or email you to schedule an interview if they decide you may be a candidate for hire in their departments.
- It is strongly recommended that you print your class schedule and provide the supervisor with your schedule when you arrive at the interview.
- After your interview, if the supervisor indicates that they would like to hire you, you will be contacted by the Career Development Office and asked to complete an online Work-Study Orientation in addition to new hire documents through the College Human Resources Office. These must be completed before you can begin working in your new position.
- If you are not hired after your interview, you may still be considered for other positions until they are all filled. The Career Development Office will contact you by email with other work study positions that have openings.
- Important Reminder: Make sure you are checking your DCCC email each week. We will communicate with you about work-study through your email. Supervisors may choose to contact you through your DCCC email as well. If you have any questions, contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work-Study Position Descriptions
Please Note: This is a comprehensive list off all positions. It does NOT reflect which positions are currently hiring and how many student workers are needed.
Supervisor: Debra Ford
Serves as a discussion facilitator for the ACA 090 class, presents to the class, records attendance, holds office hours to talk with students individually about academic and personal matters, shares knowledge and experiences about campus resources and other college related experiences and helps students access campus resources, weekly meetings with the faculty who oversee this program to plan upcoming discussions, presentations, and activities, as well as discuss any issues or concerns that the student mentor has.
*Must have taken ACA090 and demonstrated excellent knowledge of the course material and worked well with other students in this class; a recommendation from the student’s ACA090 instructor will serve as evidence demonstrating this requirement.
*Experience in or access to the following: computer and access to the internet, checking email, making presentations, creating documents.
Supervisor: Dandrena Pennell
Assistant will be considered a “floater” for the whole building to work with faculty and administrative support staff for the School of Health, Wellness and Public Safety. Typing, copying, and printing duties are required. Must be a high school graduate enrolled in a program
Supervisor: Martika Nelson
Principle duties include answering phone, tracking daily visitation schedule, data entry, filing, prepare mailings and miscellaneous duties as needed. Must have good office and computer skills, be detailed oriented, reliable. Must be able to interact with students/families, faculty and college administration.
Supervisor: Suzanne LaVenture
The International Education – Administrative Support position provides support and assistance to international students and assists with on-campus activities which support international education. The International Education Administrative Support position reports to the Director, International Education and has responsibilities, such as greetings visitors, helping students with information regarding study abroad and Global Scholars, spreadsheets, and works to facilitate events through on campus marketing and social media.
Supervisor: Sandra Porter
The Administrative Support work study will perform administrative and clerical duties associated with all areas of Student Services on the Davie Campus. These include: assisting with Enrollment Information Sessions and New Student Orientations (may include setup/take-down of computers, assisting students with technology, etc.), helping prospective students with application entry, and providing assistance to students with StormTrac, Student Planning, DCCC email, Moodle, etc.
Supervisor: Sharon Carter
Organize materials and supplies in classrooms, provide office support such as word processing, printing materials and organizing files as needed.
Supervisor: Kim Bays
Working knowledge of academic enrollment functions needed. Knowledge of Self-Service, Academic Planning, Starfish and campus resources. Strong customer service skills as well as effective written and verbal communication skills. Successful completion of at least 12 college credit hours.
Supervisor: David Ring/Casey Farthing
Supervises lab activities to provide and care for the animals and maintain the facility. Duties include, but are not limited to: food prep/feeding, water quality testing, and exhibit and facility maintenance. Work directly in the aquarium environment while learning Aquarium Science will be a great benefit, as it will connect knowledge to practice. Preference given to second-year aquarium students.
Supervisor: Martha Larson
The administrative support position works to provide clerical assistance to the Small Business Center Director. Filing, record keeping, computer data, client communication and other duties as assigned. The person in this position also assists in communication with college staff and faculty.
Supervisor: Whitney Parker
The CDC Staff I Assistant Teacher reports directly to the CDC Program Director and has the following responsibilities:
- Assists in the design, implementation, and evaluation of developmentally appropriate environment that reflects the value of diversity for preschool children from six weeks old to five years old
- Works collaboratively with the CDC Program Director, teachers, parents, community, and students Maintains safe, stimulating, organized, and nurturing classroom environment
- Maintains accurate and appropriate records on each child
*The student must have a federal check (specific for child care) and a negative TB test before
they start. The student will have sixty days to have a physical completed by a physician
reporting they are healthy enough to work in Child Care. We will provide the forms for all of these requirements.
Supervisor: Londa Pickett
The Transition Center Classroom Assistant will work with students in the Transition Math classes. The assistant will follow the direction of the instructor and center director, will assist in the classroom and help students as needed, and will help students gain competence and confidence in the developmental skills they are learning.
Supervisor: DeeDe Pinckney Holly
Conduct research, create social media posts, distribute marketing materials, and take photographs of campus events. Assist marketing team in planning and brainstorming of marketing ideas.
Supervisor: John Hart
Responsible for the Web Development lab which will include answering questions from students, providing assistance in using web development software and tools. Required: Basic knowledge of Windows platform as well as HTML & CSS languages. Flex hours during the week to supervise the lab.
Supervisor: Jeffery Pubantz
Mac lab assistant, who is responsible and accountable for the smooth running of computer systems during Open Lab hours. The lab assistant will supervise students who attend the Open Lab and assist them as needed with graphic design software and equipment. The candidate in this position will learn about the Mac OS X platform and Adobe software, which will complement their learning experience.
*Required knowledge of Mac OS X platform, introductory knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, ability to communicate with lab visitors, and flexible afternoon hours.
Supervisor: Dr. Antonio Jordan Greet students, parents and campus community in person and by phone. Provide basic clerical support for Admissions, Enrollment, Records and Financial Aid. Build packets for Student Enrollment Technicians. Assist with enrollment Information sessions. Provide data entry into Google or MS Office Excel.
Supervisor: Ron Adams
Prepare mailings and student information packets. Provide data analysis by reviewing reports; other duties will include filing, scanning of documents and shredding of files. Prefer someone who is bi-lingual and can assist with Spanish interpreting.
Supervisor: Jermon Marsh/ Nick Schilly
Guide and instruct group and individual fitness programs under direct supervision. Ability to move equipment up to 50 lbs. Current CPR/First Aid Certification. Computer proficiency- MS Office preferred. Ability to work in a team environment. Potential travel to other campus locations may be needed.
Supervisor: Ashley O’Donnell
The Fitness Center Helper will work in the Davie Campus Fitness Center in Mocksville during the school year to assist students who want to work out. Duties include: keeping of attendees, cleaning exercise machines as needed, demonstrating how to use the equipment properly, spotting students as needed while on equipment, and having the availability to work some mornings and some afternoons.
*Must be dependable, have great customer service skills, and ability to adequately operate the fitness equipment.
Supervisor: Lucinda Robinson
Greet and assist customers with food orders, prepare food and assist with kitchen duties, maintain cleanliness of kitchen equipment and food service area, work collaboratively with staff to develop cross-training opportunities. Perform other duties as assigned that support the initiatives of the college.
Job description: Student will help with all aspects of planning, setup, and execution of physical education and health courses, while gaining knowledge of the content as well. Student will need to be able to set up equipment daily, eventually unsupervised, be organized and time-conscious.
Supervisor: Donald Beck
The computer information systems support assistant reports to the Director, Information Technology Services. Working cooperatively with other Information Technology personnel, faculty/staff, students and the community, the intern performs or causes to be performed the following functions:
Assists in developing and implementing the College strategic plan for technology. Works collaboratively with others in identifying, responding to, and improving information system needs and priorities. Assists in providing technical support for College network, hardware and software, and other information systems. Updates inventory information and images for college’s room scheduling software and provides Tier 1 phone support as needed.
Job Description: Repair and service college vehicles as well as other vehicles in the shop area. Complete work orders and other service requests as well as general maintenance of shop equipment. Student must be enrolled in a Transportation Technology program.
Supervisor: Kerry Smith
Ability to work in a shop environment to produce a variety of tooling per request utilizing handmade lathe and milling machine. Help keep shop area clean and organized. Some lifting required. Requirement: Must be a 2nd year student who has completed MAC 141 in order to be considered.
Supervisor: Carmen Hedrick
Peer tutors provide individual and small group tutoring sessions aimed at assisting students to become successful, independent learners. Tutors facilitate learning and mastery of concepts and applications for a specific course of study and recommend appropriate strategies and resources. Tutors assist students with the development of skills and confidence to gain academic success.
*Peer Tutors must have a strong academic record in the subject in which they tutor; they must have had a grade of an A or B in the course they are tutoring in, A is preferred. Good interpersonal communication skills and excellent level of responsibility, reliability, and punctuality. Current enrollment as a DCCC student in at least 6 credit hours and ability to work with two or more students in a tutoring session when necessary.
Supervisor: Candace Epps Jackson
Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: answering phone calls, assisting with data collection and data entry projects, typing, mailing, scanning, shredding, professionally communicating with students and campus employees, organizing student files, and assisting in planning programs and events.
*The student must sign an agreement, committing to uphold the highest confidentiality standards. You must understand that if you breech the confidentiality agreement, you will be terminated as the CHAB Work Study student, which will be reported to the Financial Aid Office.
*The student will maintain sensitivity, understanding, and respect for a diverse academic environment that strives to be inclusive of students, faculty, staff and community members of varying backgrounds.
*Must be a student in good academic and conduct standing.
Supervisor: Megan Benfield
Filing paperwork, sorting and distribution of mail, assist with departmental mailings and running errands. Utilize computer programs to identify student information. Requirements include excellent communication & computer skills, ability to maintain student confidentiality and cultural sensitivity.
Supervisor: Ron Jones
Greet visitors and assist with sign in. Answer phone, distribute calls and take messages. Provide general information about career services resources to individuals and groups. Assist with career services events as well as during enrollment information sessions; Knowledge of MS Office-Word & Excel required.
Supervisor: Audrea Lindsay
File and assemble paperwork and information packets for orientation and program interviews. Phone prospective students for program interviews. Mail personal letters/postcards to students. Must have good admin and MS Office skills. Ability to handle confidential matters. Ability to work well with others.
Supervisor: Keisha Jones (Interim)
Professionally interact with students, staff, faculty and parents. Assist with special projects, such as disability awareness programs. Must have working knowledge of MS Office and Google Drive. Prefer someone in a related associate degree program (i.e. Human Services) 2.5 GPA or higher.
Supervisor: Lynn Watts
Assist with various events sponsored by Office of Student Life & SGA. Assist with day-to-day oversight of food pantry, posting flyers and providing customer service and other duties as assigned. Qualifications include MS Office, previous CSR experience, appreciation of diversity Good academic standing required.
Location: Sinclair and Public Safety
Job Description: Assist with summer camp registration, compile summer camp letters, assemble and organize classroom information and supplies, assist with mailings to all campers. Duration of assignment: February through June.
Supervisor: Ricky Swing
This position is a support role, and is supervised by the welding instructor. Welding Assistant will help the instructor promote safe use all equipment (welders, saws, shears, and cutting equipment), assist in setup of machines, and responsible for assisting other students with the proper work process including but not limited to metal preparation, tackment and fit-up of metals, and guidance in the proper techniques of bead laying in multiple positions in a variety of welding joints.