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MOUNT VERNON—Returning students may remain in the same work-study employment position from the prior semester if they so choose. Returning students who do not wish to stay in the same work-study employment position and new students seeking work-study employment positions will be assisted by Financial Aid staff. The deadline to find work-study employment is Sept. 17. Failure to complete a contract by this deadline will result in the loss of work-study.

Admissions Student Assistant/Admissions office – Giving tours of campus, filing, running errands, handling student files, inputting data, working on mail-outs and answering phone. Applicants should be dependable and able to manage confidentiality. Dress should be neat and modest. Contact Cassey Sandridge, 912-583-3265,

Admissions Telecounselor/Admissions office – Calling prospective students, work evenings. Must be self motivated. Contact Cassey Sandridge, 912-583-3265,

Theater Assistant/Arts & Letters – Basic clerical work, help with publicity for plays or other drama events, maintain theater in Gates Hall and provide any other services beneficial to the drama program. Contact Gareth Jones, 912-583-3102,

Glimpses of Truth Coordinator/Arts & Letters – Communication major, computer skills, experience in Drama and speaking. Contact Dr. Don Wallace, 912-583-3100,

Bookstore Clerk/Bookstore – Dusting, vacuuming, loading and unloading boxes, stocking, helping customers, pricing merchandise, receiving goods, deliveries to various departments, filing and any other duties that may be required to operate the bookstore and maintain customer satisfaction. Ability to lift items up to 50 lbs. Contact Lynn Addison, 912-583-3285,

Briscoe Center Supervisor/Briscoe Center – Need students to provide chaperonage of building (Briscoe Center) activities, programs, etc. Responsibilities include some secretarial type work (answering phones, taking messages, mail-outs) and some general cleaning/straightening up, setting up for events, etc. Students can work M-F 2-5 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. Contact Glenn Wallace, 912-583-3211,

Student Clerk for the Business Office/Business Office – Office help; typing, filing, knowledge of Word and Excel a plus. Contact Ira Bryant, 912-583-3290,

Lab/Administrative Assistant/Business-Jordan Building – Will serve as lab assistant in computer labs. Should have completed BUS 101 or are currently enrolled. Should be able to provide limited assistance to users of the lab who have basic computer questions. There will be some administrative assistance required for business faculty. Preferably in the afternoon hours. Will assist Dr. Williams in cohort activities for Mount Vernon and External Programs. Contact Dr. Charlene Williams, 912-583-3124,

Religion & Philosophy Division Clerical Assistant/Christianity – Filing, copying, grading, mail pick-up, word processing, document delivery to other campus offices, personal library management for the Christian Studies faculty, and occasional library research. It is helpful to be a Christian Studies or Ministry major. Contact Dr. Hal Ostrander, 912-583-3116,

Counseling Center Office Clerk/Counseling-Career Planning – Main task is to cover the front desk of the Counseling Center, which means greeting students/staff/faculty who comes in, answering phones, scheduling appointments, etc. Also make copies, run errands, pick up tests for disability students, etc. Due to the importance of strict confidentiality within the office, upperclassmen are preferred. Dependability is imperative. Contact Kathy Cunningham, 912-583-3219,

Assistant to Director of Prof. Lab Experience/Education – Copying, typing, filing, running errands, help grading papers. Contact Mary Jones, 912-583-3165,

Office Assistant/Education – Supervise technology lab in education building. Computer/typing skills necessary. Work-Study will also assist in general office work including filing, copying, etc. Contact Mary Jones, 912-583-3165,

Financial Aid Clerk/Financial Aid – Student needed to file, answer phone, run errands, prepare mail-outs, help students and cover the office occasionally. Must be responsible. Contact Paula Whitaker, 912-583-3209,

Fiscal Affairs Student Assistant/Fiscal Affairs – Applicants must have good people skills, computer skills, be a fast learner, dress professionally, have good telephone skills, and be a self-starter. Contact Ira Bryant, 912-583-3290,

Human Resources Student Assistant/Human Resource-Fiscal Affairs – Person should be detail oriented. Knowledge of Excel and Word preferred. Duties include data entry, spreadsheets, filing, office errands, etc. Contact Sharla Williamson, 912-583-3287,

Student Maintenance/Liberty County Campus – Assist the Liberty Campus maintenance personnel with daily housekeeping/grounds maintenance. Contact Susan Gregory, 912-448-2752,

Media Clerk/Liberty County Campus – Maintain/process library materials. Contact Susan Gregory, 912-448-2752,

Office Assistant/Liberty County Campus – Assist with answering the telephone and various office tasks. Contact Susan Gregory, 912-448-2752,

Assistant to Dr. Kinsella & Dr. Lagasse/Liberty County Campus – General office work and community networking responsibilities. Contact Susan Gregory, 912-448-2752,

Assistant to the Assistant to Director of the Library/Library – Assist with daily processing of new library materials, gifts, as well as other office duties, such as, checking the library’s catalog for duplicate materials, making copies of gift letters, filing and other duties as specified by the Assistant to the Director of the Library. Person(s) applying for this job must have good computer and communication skills as well as be attentive to detail. Contact Ann Turner, 912-583-3230,

Student Housekeeping/Maintenance – Vacuuming, cleaning bathrooms, taking out trash, mopping and general housekeeping. Contact Ray Hamilton, 912-583-3280,

Student Groundskeeper/Maintenance – Trim weeds and bushes, pick-up pinecones, hedge trimmings, trash and etc. Rake and other yard maintenance as assigned. Contact Ray Hamilton, 912-583-3280,

Professor’s Assistant-Librarian/Music – General office work, filing, copying, maintain choral library, set-up for choir rehearsals and concerts, computer skills a must. Contact Dr. Mark Bowdidge, 912-583-3132,

Postal Clerk/Post Office – Sort and put up mail, meter mail, window service, delivering packages, answering phone (good etiquette a must), light cleaning, computer skills, UPS mailing, FedEx mailing. Person must be dependable, patient and hardworking. If this sounds like you, I need to speak to you. Come to the campus post office. Contact Rosalie Selph, 912-583-3170,

Writer/Public Relations – Handle writing assignments for the public relations department, including news releases. In addition to being able to write, need to have basic photography skills. Need to have access to a computer. Contact Kelley Arnold, 912-583-3263,

Photographer/Public Relations – Handle photographic assignments for campus publications, including news releases and archival files. Contact Kelley Arnold, 912-583-3263,

Registrar’s Assistant/Registrar’s Office – Student must be very attentive to detail, be able to handle incoming telephone calls in a professional manner, will work with retired files, sorting and shredding, and will run general errands. Contact Sarah Crowe, 912-583-3240,

Asst. to Chair of Social & Behavioral Sciences – Duties include grading exams and quizzes, entering data, filing, typing, running errands on campus (mail pick-up and delivery). Must be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and Front Page; internet research skills desired. Preference will be given to political science majors. Contact Dr. Lee Cheek, 912-583-3151,

Student Worker for History Professor/Social & Behavioral Sciences – The student seeking this position will need to be trustworthy and punctual. Also, the student must have a basic understanding of history and the work historians do. Students who have completed some college-level coursework in history are strongly encouraged to apply for the position. In addition, the student must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Contact Prof. Ian Crowe, 912-583-3154,

Game Room-Lee Center Monitor/Student Activities Center – Student will work under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities. Enforce the policies and procedures set forth by the building manager. Student must be dependable and responsible. Duties include cleaning and wiping down weight room equipment, organizing weights and washing towels. Hours of operation are 10-10 M-F and some weekends. Contact Michael Aoa, 912-583-3208,

Intramural Official/Student Activities Center – Assist the student intramural assistant; officiate and umpire all intramural events. Help with set up and maintenance work under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities. Student will work with the Student Coordinator. Student needs to be dependable and responsible. Contact Michael Aoa, 912-583-3208,

Intramural Student Assistant/Student Activities Center – Plan and promote intramural events, officiate and umpire games, set up and maintain all equipment, work under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities. Student needs to be dependable and responsible. Contact Michael Aoa, 912-583-3208,

Student Activities Student Assistant/Student Activities Center – Assist in planning and promoting activities for the students of the Mount Vernon campus. This person will work directly with the SAC Coordinator and under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities. The candidate should be dependable, honest, reliable and creative. Duties include making advertisements for all events, planning events and homecoming. This person will serve as Vice President of the Student Activities Council. Contact Michael Aoa, 912-583-3208,

Student Activities Coordinator/Student Activities Center – Plan and promote activities for the students of Mount Vernon campus. This person will work directly under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities. The candidate should be dependable, honest, reliable and creative. Duties include making advertisements for all events, planning events and homecoming. This person will serve as President of Student Activities Council. Contact Michael Aoa, 912-583-3208,

Assistant to Dean of Students Office Assistant/Student Affairs – Answer phone, paperwork, filing and general office work. Must maintain confidentiality. Contact Sherrie Helms, 912-583-3206,

Student Affairs Clerk/Student Affairs – Answer telephones, run errands, some clerical work, prepare flyers, make copies, confidentiality a must. May need to work after 5 p.m. during campus events. Contact Beverly Powell-McLean, 912-583-3207,

Housing Clerk/Student Affairs – Typing, filing, computer knowledge, errands, answering telephone. Student must be honest, have a willingness to work and be dependable. Contact Josh Hartley, 912-583-3221,

Residence Hall Monitor/Student Affairs – Monitoring residence hall lobbies on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. The hours will be 6 - 10 p.m. T/Th; 7-11 p.m. Saturdays; and from 2-5 p.m. Sundays. Monitoring will consist of knowing who comes and goes, welcoming guests and checking visitors into the residence halls for scheduled visitation times. Work-Study students will be assisted by either the residence hall RD or RA on duty. Contact Josh Hartley, 912-583-3221,

Clerical Assistant/Arts & Letters – Student worker will answer telephone, make appointments for students who drop in at the Writing Center, and do photocopying as needed. Student may also be asked to run on-campus errands (pick up the mail or items from the bookstore). Hours are flexible; some specific times when desk coverage will be needed include Mondays and Wednesdays before 3:00 and Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11:00 and 3:00. Contact Dr. Vicki Hill, 912-583-3163,

Assistant to Humanities Director/Arts & Letters – Duties include typing, photocopying, collecting mail, and other tasks as assigned. The assistant should be detail oriented and have good communication skills. Contact Dr. Ruth Ellen Porter, 912-583-3101,

Baseball Field-Clubhouse Maintenance/Baseball – Baseball stadium maintenance; playing surface to grass-cutting, edging, weed killing, outfield, advertisement maintenance, clay dragging, raking. Contact Hayne Brant, 912-583-3274,

College Advancement Clerical Assistant/College Advancement – Assist in typing, filing, answering phone, copying, and any other general office work that is assigned. Knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel a plus. Assist in planning and execution of events. Student is required to provide work schedule and abide by it barring emergency. Contact Tabitha Connell, 912-583-3255,

External Programs Student Assistant/External Programs – Applicant must be self-motivated, hard working person w/computer experience. Must be able to file papers correctly. Person should be dependable and responsible. There may be manual labor required at times. Contact Sadia Ajohda, 912-583-3216,

Computer Lab – Math Assistant/Math & Science – Pre-requisite: MTH 102 College Algebra (min. grade of B), BUS 101 Introduction to Information Systems (min. grade of B); Dependable; Courteous attitude toward faculty, staff and fellow students; Desire to work with students with different learning styles. Duties: Assistant will monitor computer lab in Math & Science building, enforce rules and standards in the lab, assist students who need help with the computers or who have math questions while using computer math programs, and assist students in other math learning activities. Contact Sherra Durden, 912-583-3111,

Assistant Information Dispersal Technician/Math & Science – Assist with the design and assembly of displays for the lobby in the Math & Science Building, search the Internet for data to be used in Math & Science classes, grade selected assignments, make copies, make transparencies, perform other general office duties. Contact Sherra Durden, 912-583-3111,

Math/Science Student Assistant/Math & Science – Student to assist with the greenhouse plants, assist with care of the fish, help prepare solutions for the evening college, pick up division mail and will assist in the set-up of the laboratories. Contact Dr. Mariam George, 912-583-3141,

Math/Science Student Assistant/Math & Science – Student to assist with the greenhouse plants, assist with care of the fish, help prepare solutions for the evening college, pick up division mail and will assist in the set-up of the laboratories. Contact Dr. David McMillin, 912-583-3140,

Gymnasium Maintenance/Men’s Basketball – Clean gym/bleachers daily; after any special event and/or game. Contact Steve Barker, 912-583-3178,

Game Day Set Up/Men’s Basketball – Game day set-up for basketball; set up score tables, ticket table, booster club section, bench seating, game clock, music, water coolers, booster room concessions. Contact Steve Barker, 912-583-3178,

Professor’s Assistant/Music – Seeking student with computer and piano skills. This student would serve as a tutor for the Freshman Music Theory classes as well as assist me with class/secretarial duties. Contact Dr. Pierce Dickens, 912-583-3133,

Music Tech Lab Monitor/Music – Five nights/wk. from 6-9 p.m. Mon-Fri. Must have the ability to deny non-music students access to the lab. Also, make sure that the lab is used by music students for music-related projects and not checking e-mail or surfing the net. Contact Jennifer Blaylock, 912-583-3136,

Office Clerk/Music – Non-Music Major; Answer phone, file, make copies, cover for Music Secretary for her lunch break, help music professors as needed, be able to operate phone, fax machine, copier. Help teachers/students as needed. Contact Jennifer Blaylock, 912-583-3136,

Recital Hall Stage Technician/Music – Need students to set stage for recitals, performances and special events as assigned on rotating schedule. Also make sure that equipment is properly taken down and stored. Must be EXTREMELY RELIABLE and flexible. Must dress appropriately for events. Will train, no experience necessary. Contact Jennifer Blaylock, 912-583-3136,

Sound Tech/Music – Need students to run sound equipment during recitals, performances and special programs as assigned on a rotating schedule. Includes travel for some performance trips. Job includes setting up and packing equipment as needed. Will operate video camera as needed. Will train. MUST BE RELIABLE. Must dress appropriately for events. Contact Jennifer Blaylock, 912-583-3136,

Secretary/Social & Behavioral Sciences – Light office work, filing, grading, computer tasks, answering the phone, being in the office when I am not here to communicate with me what a student may need, etc. Contact Prof. Vance Rhoades, 912-583-3153,

Asst. to Social & Behavioral Sciences Professor – Duties include grading exams and quizzes, entering data, filing, typing, running errands on campus (mail pick-up and delivery), must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Word Perfect; Internet research skills desired. Contact Dr. Winnifred Whittaker, 912-583-3110,

Softball Student Assistant/Softball – Field maintenance – daily, game day field preparation, scoreboard operator, office errands, stats, pre-game clean-up, post game clean-up. Contact Jason Bryant, 912-583-3182,

Computer Lab Assistant/Technology – Pre-requisite: Basic computer knowledge; Intro to Information Systems. Will monitor computer labs in Jordan building; Enforce rules and standards in the labs; Assist students that need help with the computers (printing, saving to disk, Word, Excel, etc.) May work with technology services on help desk and other tasks. Contact Karl Hay, 912-583-3123,

Assistant to the Women’s Soccer Coach/Women’s Soccer – This individual will be responsible for game day duties and equipment management, including laundry. Contact Bill Glass, 912-583-3180,

Women’s Basketball Assistant/Women’s Basketball – Laundry for practices and games; Locker room cleanup (practices and games); Gymnasium cleanup (practices and games); Clerical duties including filing, typing, stuffing envelopes, etc. for camps, recruiting, fundraising, etc.; Equipment inventory and maintenance; Stats for home games. Contact Sug Parker, 912-583-3176,




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Brewton-Parker College | Located on U.S. 280 at 201 David-Eliza Fountain Circle, P. O. Box 197, Mount Vernon, GA 30445
with a site in Newnan
912-583-2241, 1-800-342-1087
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The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
Brewton-Parker College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Brewton-Parker College.
Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM