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Administrative Assistant – position has been filled

Supervisor: Martika Nelson
Student Affairs
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Single Stop Office, Mendenhall Building
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)
General & Specific Qualifications for the Position: This position offers support to the Single Stop Program. The position reports to the Director of Single Stop. Duties: Principal duties and responsibilities include answering the phone, tracking daily visit schedule, data entry, filing, prepare mailings and miscellaneous duties as needed. Must have good general office and computer skills, be detail oriented, reliable, efficient, conscientious and able to work with minimal supervision. This position includes significant interaction with students/families, faculty and administration. Customer service is crucial. Must be a team player.

Advising Support – position has been filled

Supervisor: Kim Bays
Department/School: Academic Advising
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Office of Academic Advising, Mendenhall Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 3 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Successful completion of at least 12 college credit hours
  • Working knowledge of academic enrollment functions
  • Knowledge of Self-Service, Academic Planning, Starfish, and campus resources
  • Must have positive interpersonal and strong leadership skills
  • Effective written and oral communication skills and be punctual and reliable

Job Description: The Academic Advising work study position is responsible for assisting and mentoring students with Academic Planning, college resources, and providing office support. Reports to the Director of Academic Advising.

Administrative Assistant – position has been filled

Supervisor: Missy West
Department/School: Student Success & Communications
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Davidson Campus, Rittling Conference Center
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:


  • A desire to provide excellent customer service
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks
  • The ability to work independently in a team environment


  • Publisher and PowerPoint experience
  • Previous work experience in a customer-centered atmosphere

Job Description:

  • Provide assistance to Conference Center clients while on site
  • Prepare contracts, room setup schedules, and room setup diagrams
  • Oversee and assist with meeting room setup
  • Ensure equipment, furnishings, etc. are returned to their proper places following each event
  • Create graphics for LCD screen for meeting room schedules to advertise upcoming events and provide information on campus resources.
  • Lead tours of the Conference Center for prospective clients

This position will allow the student to be challenged without being overwhelmed. The student will be given support, guidance, and the flexibility they need to reach their educational goals and excel in the workplace.

The student will have an opportunity on a regular basis to:

  • Meet and interact with local business professionals and community leaders
  • Practice time management skills and learn organizational strategies
  • Practice excellent customer service skills
  • Work with a variety of software applications, such as Publisher and PowerPoint, which will provide Microsoft experience beyond the routine uses of Word and Excel

Enrollment Support – Position has been filled

Supervisor: Johnnie Mickel/Antonio Jordan
Department/School: Enrollment Support Services
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Financial Aid Office, Mendenhall Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 4 positions (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • The ability to show initiative and customer service at the same time
  • The ability to review reports and work with data entry
  • Professional etiquette with written and verbal communication
  • General computer knowledge with Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel)

Job Description:

  • Assistance with front desk coverage to meet/greet students
  • Offer general guidance to students to assist with the enrollment process
  • FAFSA Day special events to assist students and/or parents
  • Encourage verbal skills to several technical processes associated with the admission process
  • Filing internal documents to meet record retention requirements
  • Shredding older documents to protect student identity
  • Assisting with data entry as it pertains to enrollment services and reporting

Assistant Aquarist – Position has been filled

Supervisors: David Ring
Department/School: Biology
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Teaching Aquarium Lab, Sinclair Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 3 positions (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Dependable transportation and attendance
  • Positive and professional attitude
  • Initiative and independence
  • Attention to safety and detail
  • Public communication skills
  • Preference given to second-year aquarium students

Job Description:

  • Work cooperatively with each other
  • Supervisors and lab activities to provide and care for the animal collection 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

Computer Lab Assistant — Position has been filled

Supervisor: Jeffrey Pubantz
Department/School: Computer Technology Integration, Digital Media Advertising, School of Business, Engineering and Technical Studies
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Finch Building, Room 206
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:


  • Knowledge of Mac OS X platform
  • Introductory knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
  • Flexible afternoon hours
  • Ability to interact and communicate with lab visitor


  • Intermediate knowledge of all Adobe programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, Animate, Muse, InDesign, Premiere Pro
  • Knowledge of digital media accessories: flatbed, scanner, tablets
  • Proficient in aspects of design

Job Description: We are looking for a Mac lab assistant to be responsible and accountable for the smooth running of our computer systems during Open Lab hours. You 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.

Communications Assistant – Position has been filled

Supervisor: DeeDe Pinckney
Department/School: Marketing and Communications
Start Date: January 2018
Site Location: Brooks 204
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

Job Description

  • Interest in marketing and communications, social media experience preferred
  • Conduct research to explore ways to enhance DCCC marketing and communications
  • Craft compelling social media posts and explore additional methods such as campaigns and new platforms
  • Post and distribute marketing materials around campus
  • Take photographs as needed for campus events
  • Assist the marketing team in strategic planning and brainstorming
  • Additional duties as assigned

Content Recording Assistant — Position has been filled

Supervisor: Whitney Lewis
Department/School: GSAS
Start Date: August 2017
Site Location: Varies
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • High school diploma or equivalent with a 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Flexibility
  • Reliability/punctuality

Job Description: The student note taker will be helping another student to succeed in their academic endeavors. The student note taker will attend all class sessions and act as a scribe for a student with disabilities, talking notes that are accurate and legible. The student note taker will submit the notes to the student that they are scribing for in a timely manner and will maintain confidentiality of the situation.

Fitness Center Assistant – Position has been filled

Supervisor: Ashley O’Donnell
Department/School: Student Affairs, Davie Campus
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Davie Campus Fitness Center
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Must be dependable, have great customer service skills, be able to adequately operate the fitness equipment, and be able to work at least 15 to 20 hours per week (some morning hours and some afternoon hours)

Job Description: Work in the Davie Fitness Center during the school year to assist students who want to work out. Duties include:

  • Keeping of attendees
  • Keep machines clean
  • Demonstrate how to use the equipment properly
  • Spot students as needed while on equipment
  • Be available some morning and some afternoons

Fitness Center Helper – position has been filled

Supervisor: Jermon Marsh
Department/School: Fitness Center
Start Date: August 2017
Location: DCCC Fitness Center, Brinkley Gym
Hourly Wage:
Number of Students:
 2 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Full-time enrollment at DCCC
  • Current CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills
  • Computer proficiency, experience with MS Office preferred
  • Ability to work effectively and collegially with others in a team environment
  • Familiarity with and appreciation for the mission of a comprehensive community college

Job Description:

  • Critical thinking skills
  • Ability to process information and exercise good judgment
  • Guide and instruct group and individual fitness programs under direct supervision
  • Ease of mobility within the office setting and other areas of campus
  • Ability to move equipment up to at least 50 pounds
  • Effective use of all forms of communication, including use of keyboard and computer; perform general office duties
  • Potential travel to other campus locations

Child Development Center Floater/Assistant Teacher

Supervisor: Whitney Foster
Department/School: Child Development Center
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Child Development Center, Kirk Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 available

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position: 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.


  • High School Diploma or GED with some college course work from a regionally accredited institution
  • NC Early Childhood Credential (NCECC) or commitment to obtaining the NCECC
  • Skills in the use of computers and commitment to using technology
  • Familiarity with MS Office
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively and collegially with others
  • Ability to provide leadership in anticipating and responding to change
  • Familiarity with and appreciation for the mission of a comprehensive community college
  • Effectiveness in the following College organizational competencies:
    • Translating College purpose, values, and vision into organizational action
    • Collaborating and facilitating
    • Creating and innovating
    • Anticipating and responding to change
    • Providing vision and leadership


  • Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in Early Childhood Education
  • Experience in an Early Childhood setting

Job Description: The Child Development Center Staff I Assistant Teacher has primary responsibility for effective design and implementation of a developmentally appropriate early care and education environment, as well as classroom supervision, role model, and management.

The CDC Staff I Assistant Teacher reports directly to the CDC Program Director and has the following responsibilities:

  • Promote College mission, values, and vision
  • Integrates Child Development principles into all aspects of program practices
  • Assist 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
  • Demonstrates flexibility, openness to change, and commitment to working in a collaborative, team-based environment
  • Recognizes and supports the integration of research-based current best practices in early care and learning
  • Maintains safe, stimulating, organized, and nurturing classroom environment
  • Effectively communicates with families
  • Support efforts to ensure recommendation of appropriate resources and/or referrals for families
  • Pursues appropriate professional development experience
  • Models professional integrity
  • Maintains progress records of children’s development and learning
  • Supervises Early Childhood Education students in laboratory and co-op experiences
  • Maintains sanitary conditions on state and local levels
  • Maintains accurate and appropriate records on each child
  • Contributes ideas for planning activities to promote campus and community involvement
  • Prepares and posts daily schedules, written classroom activities, and provides daily information for parents
  • Serves on College committees requested to support the College and School mission
  • Assists with record keeping required by the College, CDC, state, and local agencies
  • Assists in the implementation of a variety of teaching styles, updated classroom materials, and provision of a stimulating arrangement of classroom space and equipment
  • Provides updated materials for classroom use
  • Maintains classroom inventory
  • Performs other duties as assigned which support the purpose and initiatives of the CDC and College

Food Services Assistant

Supervisor: Lucinda Robinson
Department/School: Student Services
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Storm Cellar, Brooks Student Center
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 2 available

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Must be able to work in a fast-pace environment
  • Must be able to follow simple directions
  • Must be able to use good judgment
  • Must maintain a sanitary appearance

Job Description:

  • The student worker will gain experience in customer service
  • They will build relationships with others
  • The student will exercise reading and math concepts
  • The student will learn to safely prepare and serve potentially hazardous foods

Hardware/Software Lab Assistant – Position has been filled

Supervisor: Peggy Grotberg
Location: Finch 109
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 available (0 available)

Duties and Tasks:

The duties of this student will be to assist in the organizing and preparation of the lab room for upcoming Hardware/Software classes. In general, those tasks will be as follows:

  • The position requires someone who has completed both sections of the Hardware/Software classes (CIS 120 and CIS 220) with a grade of B or better.
  • A Test Out PC Pro Certification is preferred.
  • Building computers for students to use during class lab assignments.
  • Tearing down computers left over from previous labs.
  • Troubleshooting computers and parts that don’t work properly and determining how to repair them.
  • Creating forms to document maintenance done on any computers.
  • Maintaining documentation on everything that is done to any computer/part as a part of this job.
  • Loading operating systems and setting them up in accordance with the given requirements.
  • Complete online research to identify replacement parts and prices as required. Complete the paperwork required to order the replacement parts.
  • Keep the lab in order by organizing the cabinet, putting away and storing items properly as needed.

Equipment/Tools used:

Computer parts – Keyboards, Mice, Motherboards, Audio Cards, Video Cards, Power Supplies,Hard Drives, CD Players, DVD Players, Digital Card Readers, ESD Mats and Bracelets, and the hardware that is used to install each of these:

  • Fully built computers
  • Monitors
  • Various operating systems
  • Tool Kits (Screwdrivers, Nut drivers, Mechanical Fingers, Various Bits)

Machine Shop Academic Support

Supervisor: Kerry Smith
Department/School: Business, Engineering & Technical Studies
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Davidson Campus, Sinclair Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 available

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • 2nd year student that has completed MAC141

Job Description:

  • Job shop atmosphere
  • Able to produce a variety of tooling per request using handmade lathe and milling machine
  • Clean and help keep shop organized
  • Lifting required

Math Tutor

Supervisor: Carmen Hedrick
Department/School: Learning Commons, General Studies & Academic Support
Start Date: August 2017, or as filled
Location: Learning Commons, Love Building (LRC)
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 available

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Peer Tutors must have a strong academic record in the subject in which they tutor; they must have had A’s or B’s
  • Recommendation from an instructor for each course being tutored (if possible)
  • Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds
  • Excellent level of responsibility, reliability, and punctuality

Job Description:

  • 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 will learn as they help others learn, and they will gain real-world job experience as they interact with others in this critical support service.

Networking Lab Assistant — Position has been filled

Supervisor: Ann Porter
Department/School: Business, Engineering & Technical Studies
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Finch Building, Room 128
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • The networking lab assistant must be able to configure Cisco equipment, troubleshoot basic hardware/software problems, install operating systems (Windows & Linux), and have a basic knowledge of network connectivity and computer hardware.

Job Description:

  • Assistants are able to help other students in the CTI curriculum when the lab is not being used for scheduled classes.
  • Clean and maintain the lab room, check cables, install operating systems, help with inventory of equipment, deploy images, set up equipment, flash routers, and switches.

TRIO/Disability Services Office Assistant — Position has been filled

Supervisor: Audrea Lindsay
Department/School: Student Support Services Program, TRIO & Disability Services
Start Date: August 2017
Location: Davidson Campus, Brooks Student Center
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:


  • Confidentiality
  • Respect to all individuals, students, faculty/staff, and visitors
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Willingness to tackle new projects
  • Ability to work between 15 – 20 hours per week
  • Familiarity with the office equipment (printer/copy machine, fax machine)
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Office and other software programs used in area)
  • Ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional
  • Dress in appropriate office attire
  • Ability to work well with little supervision


  • Flexible schedule
  • Excellent communication skills and detail oriented
  • Active in student organization or other campus activities

Job Description:

  • File paperwork
    Confidentiality agreement: As a Work Study student, you must promise to keep all student records confidential at all times. You must understand that if you breech the confidentiality agreement, you will be terminated as a Work Study student, which will be reported to the Financial Aid Office.
  • Assemble information packets for orientation and program interviews
  • Phone prospective students for program interview
  • Periodically mail personal letters/postcards to students
  • Drop off and/or pick up ordered materials from Service Center on campus
  • Run errands for office staff
  • Post flyers on campus
  • Provide input and ideas for workshops, campus events, and activities
  • Assist office with campus activities as needed
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Maintain special lists for office administration
  • Other general office work, including creating documents, getting mail, pick up supplies, making copies, etc.

Enrollment Support (Davie Campus) – Position has been filled

Supervisor: Sandra Porter
Dept/School: Student Affairs, Davie Campus
Start Date: August, 2017
Location: Administrative Building, Davie Campus
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 ( 0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Administrative and clerical duties – typing, filing, copying, etc.
  • Customer Service – assisting both prospective and current students by providing campus tours and assisting with Storm Tools, DCCC application, FAFSA, etc.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong organization skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Punctual and reliable

Job Description:

  • Perform administrative and clerical duties associated with all areas of Student Affairs on the Davie Campus.
  • Assist with Enrollment Information Sessions and New Student Orientations (may include setup/take-down of computers, assisting students with technology, etc.)
  • Assist prospective students with application entry
  • Provide assistance to students with StormTrac, Student Planning, DCCC email, Moodle, etc.

Student Mentor for ACA090 — Position has been filled

Supervisors: Debra Ford and Laura Perry
Department/School: General Studies and Academic Support
Start Date: August 2017
Location: General Studies & Academic Support, Gee/Love Resource Center
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Currently enrolled at DCCC, seeking a degree or certificate, and must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • 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
  • Preferred abilities include that the student has completed two semesters at DCCC
  • Experience with the following: computer and access to the internet, checking email, making presentations, creating documents

Job Description:

  • Serving as a discussion facilitator
  • Making presentation to the class
  • Conducting in-class activities
  • Recording attendance
  • Checking in with students via phone or electronic means
  • Holding office hours to talk with students about academic and personal matters
  • Sharing knowledge and experiences about campus resources and other college-related experiences, and helping students access campus resources, such as the mental health counselor, when necessary. The student mentor will also meet weekly with the faculty who counsels when necessary. The student mentor will also meet weekly 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. The student will compete a Student Mentor Weekly Log, which details the tasks and time spent on these tasks for a given week.

Summer Camp Assistant

Supervisor: Anna Hinkle
Start Date: 6/4/18
End Date: 8/13/18
Location: DCCC’s School of Workforce, Con. Ed. And Academic Support
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Students needed:

General Duties for Summer Camp Assistant:

  • Help with camp registration that starts at 7:45 in the mornings, Monday-Friday.
  • Help in the camp classroom when needed.
  • Help distribute snacks and drinks and other items to the classrooms when needed.
  • Help with administrative duties like making name tags, sorting Tee shirts, making class packets, mailing camp parent letters, taking photos of students during camp, distributing marketing materials and other duties as they arise.
  • Go on Day Field Trips to off campus sites when needed.

Transition Math Classroom Assistant – Position has been filled

Supervisor: Susan Huneycutt
Department/School: College and Career Readiness
Start Date: August 2017
Location: College Transition Center, Gee Building (Basement)
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 2 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position: A qualified candidate for this position will possess a strong ability in math, the ability to explain math processes to others in a step-by-step manner, a calm nature, and a desire to help others find success in math. A candidate with proven success in DMA courses will be strongly considered.

Job Description: 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.

Public Safety Administrative Assistant — Position has been filled

Supervisor: Dandrena Pennell
Department/School: Health, Wellness & Public Safety
Location: Davidson Campus, Briggs Building
Hourly Wage: $8.00
Number of Students: 1 (0 available)

General & Specific Qualifications for the Position:

  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong organization skills
  • Moderate amount of computer literacy

Job Description:   

  • Typing, copying, and printing duties
  • 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
  • High school graduate enrolled in a program at DCCC
  • 20 hours per week


If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by the site supervisor.

Other On-Campus Student Job Opportunities

Review non-work study student positions through the Human Resources office at www.DavidsonCCC.edu/Employment. These are part-time positions with the college and are not limited to financial aid recipients like work study positions.

We encourage you to apply for multiple positions; an interview is not a guarantee of a job.