Job of the Week: Library Assistant II

This week’s featured job from MSU Human Resources is a support staff position for MSU Libraries–Library Assistant II (posting 752784). Apply today to join MSU Libraries, a leader among international research libraries and the center of academic life at MSU. They strive to build an accessible, enriching environment for researchers and learners on campus and around the world. 

The selected candidate will perform detailed bibliographic verification for English and foreign language materials for purchasing and processing and provide bibliographic access to materials requiring detailed processing. They will also perform data entry, record maintenance, and process mail. 

Applicants interested in this role should have completed at least one year of college or business school education. Work or educational experience required includes the ability to type 45 words per minute, record keeping, web page editing, and more. This role may also require the ability to identify information or read and translate one or more foreign languages. 

Learn more about MSU Libraries at https://lib.msu.edu/. Read more about the position here and apply with a resume and cover letter by December 28. All the latest job postings can be found at careers.msu.edu

Job of the Week: Building Sanitation Worker

This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring a Building Sanitation Worker (posting 706246) in Hubbard Hall through MSU’s Residential & Hospitality Services.

This support staff position will be responsible for the cleanliness of an assigned area in a residence hall and other related areas. They will ensure the care of assigned cleaning equipment and the proper and economical use of custodial supplies, which include battery or electronic automatic scrubbers, vacuums, carpet cleaning machines and window and wall washing machines. The staff member will be under supervision of the facilities leadership team. See a full list of responsibilities here.

The education, experience and skills needed for this position include one year of experience as a building service worker or an equivalent combination of training and experience, the ability to lift up to and over 75 pounds of weight and be in a good physical condition. The sanitation worker will also need to be able to relate to and work with college students and residence hall personnel. The desired qualifications ask for experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, LGBTQIA+ and gender backgrounds and the ability to communicate with multiple cultural environments and social identities. The applicant should also be a self-starter who demonstrates work orientation toward customer service, problem solving, organization, taking initiative, working as part of a team and the ability to multitask.

To learn more about Residential and Hospitality Services, visit their website. Learn more about the position and apply by July 15th here. Find all the latest job postings at careers.msu.edu.

Job of the Week: Agricultural Laborer

This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring a Service and Maintenance Laborer position (posting 714930) at the South Campus Animal Farms in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. 

This temporary position was created to perform and assist in routine agricultural labor. This includes but is not limited to assisting the care and feeding of livestock, conducting routine maintenance of farm equipment and buildings, and loading and unloading supplies, materials, tools, and livestock. The laborer will also be tasked with assisting with skilled trades and tradesmen by working with tools and equipment across all farm units, and operating tractors and trucks. Requirements also include cleaning barns, sheds, pens, and equipment, seasonal grounds keeping, and any miscellaneous duties as assigned. The physical demands include lifting over 75 pounds and the capacity to walk fields and stand for extended periods of time. Read a full list of responsibilities here

The desired qualifications for the position include coursework in a secondary, technical, vocational, or trade school and/or college in the field of animal science. The application also desired basic plumbing, welding, and electrical skills. To apply, you must submit a resume and cover letter. The posted work hours for the position are 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with a day-to-day schedule of working 10 days on, four days off. 

To learn more about the work location, visit the Cattle Teaching Resource Center Website, and to learn more about the position and apply here by July 11. Find all the latest job postings at careers.msu.edu

Job of the Week: Clerical Aide

This week’s job of the week posting is a temporary Clerical Aide (Posting 699226) position for the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM). 

This position is in a fast- paced, customer service environment. Responsibilities include answering and directing phone calls; interaction with clients (veterinarians, veterinary technologists and animal owners) by telephone and in person; data entry; editing using software programs; and preparing purchase requisitions. Other duties involve working on a video display terminal 90 percent of the time with some walking, bending and stooping.

The ideal candidate can multitask and prioritize while completing tasks and is a team member that communicates well with a wide range of audiences within the CVM, MSU and beyond. You should be well-organized and detail- oriented professional who can work under pressure. Other desired skills include being team-oriented, collaborative, customer service focused, and maintaining a professional demeanor. 

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visits careers.msu.edu

Job of the Week: Health Care Representative

This week’s job of the week posting is for a Health Care Representative (Posting #694623) for Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS). CAPS is an on-campus facility that provides students with services on mental health concerns, including individual and group therapy, psychiatric services, screening/triage appointments, multicultural engagement, intensive integrated clinical services, clinical care coordination, hospitalization coordination and support, as well as other related services.

As a health care representative, you will be responsible for performing front desk functions in person and over the phone in a mental health setting. Other responsibilities include greeting visitors, scheduling appointments, checking in and checking out patients to the clinic, data entry and medical insurance verification, among other tasks. The positions requires you to greet visitors in a friendly manner and provide assistance and direction within the office, register and schedule patients for all necessary appointments, maintain patients’ medical records, participate in cross coverage, participate in meetings and training as necessary, maintain confidentiality of protected health information, collaborate with providers to develop the master schedule, as well as enter and update the schedule in the electronic medical record as needed. 

The ideal candidate will have the knowledge acquired in a high school education, a minimum of one year of related or expansive work experience in a mental health office, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired qualifications include completion of a healthcare assistant certificate or college course work in a health care related field or business or certification as a medical assistant. Knowledge of computer software including Microsoft Office Suite, patient scheduling software and Athena EHR are also preferred. Excellent interpersonal skills are needed to interact with students, visitors and clinicians.

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visits careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS portal.

Job of the Week – Data Resource Analyst

This week’s job of the week is a Data Resource Analyst (Posting #646611) for the College of Education, specifically within the Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC). EPIC partners with state and school district leaders to produce rigorous and objective multi-methods research with consequence that strengthens evidence-based decision-making for practice and policy in Michigan, with implications for historically disadvantaged students throughout the country.

This position will be responsible for managing, processing, and analyzing large-scale administrative data sets central to our work. Additionally, this person will manage the acquisition, organization, warehousing, documentation, security, and dissemination of data.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing one or two years of post-bachelor’s degree work, such as a master’s degree in Educational Administration, Statistics, Economics, or Research Methodology. See job posting for a complete list of desired qualifications.

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.

Job of the Week – Academic Program Coordinator

This week’s job of the week is an Academic Program Coordinator (#611080) for MSU’s College of Social Science, specifically in the Department of Psychology. This position is seeking an individual to assist the Program Evaluation Master’s and Certificate Program director with managing recruitment, admissions, enrollment, graduation, and other general operational functions within the Department of Psychology.

The responsibilities for this role include managing the program website content, coordinating marketing activities, documenting administrative procedures and policies, and collecting, managing, and reporting on program data. Additional responsibilities of this role include assisting prospective students with the application process, processing admission decisions, preparing application materials for the admissions committee, and monitoring and processing documentation for graduation.

The ideal candidate would possess knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired through the first two or three years of college, such as an associate’s degree in business, education, higher education, psychology or a related field which corresponds to the area of employment; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in university/college/academic admissions or related administrative position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.

Job of the Week – Accountant I

This week’s job of the week is an Accountant I (#609724) for the Office of the Vice President for Auxiliary Enterprises, specifically in the Finance and Business Office. This position is seeking an individual with a strong work ethic to serve as backup to the assistant controller and be assigned as the Fiscal Officer Delegate to assist with account reconciliation for several accounts within one of the business units.

The responsibilities for this role include providing accounting controls for departmental budgets that exceed $20 million of expenses in some units, offering assistance to departmental staff with accounting concerns and monitoring the activities of the department in order to assist in the basic operational functioning. Additional responsibilities of this role include supporting the financial and operational activities of the Residential and Hospitality Services (RHS) Business and Financial Services office assigned to focus on Residence Education and Housing Services (REHS).

The ideal candidate would possess knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a four-year college degree program in accounting; one to three years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in financial statement and report preparation, general ledger accounting and budgeting; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.

Job of the week – Facilities Coordinator

This week’s job of the week is a Facilities Coordinator (#597441) for the MSU Detroit Center. This position is seeking an individual to manage and oversee the building operations and services for the MSU Detroit Center building.

The responsibilities for this role include assisting in planning, developing, implementing and monitoring the annual building operating budget. Other responsibilities for this role include communicating with university units to resolve problems, updating procedures and coordinating maintenance and improvements.

The ideal candidate would possess knowledge acquired by completing a four year college degree program in Facilities Management, Business Management, or related field; three to five years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in facilities management and building operations and support, including phones, audio/visual technology, furniture systems, and office equipment; experience with accounting and financial analysis; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS portal.

MSU Benefits Plus – Discounts and Programs

A reminder to all MSU benefits-eligible faculty and staff, you have the opportunity to enroll in several voluntary employee-paid benefits programs through MSU Benefits Plus. The optional programs include Vision Insurance, Group Legal Services, Critical Illness Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Auto and Home Insurance, Pet Insurance and discount shopping.

Vision, legal and critical illness insurance have an annual open enrollment period during the fall of each year. That means you can only enroll at that time each year and once you enroll, you cannot change or cancel that enrollment until the next annual open enrollment period (unless you have a qualifying life event). Other programs, like auto, home, long-term care and pet insurances allow you to enroll at anytime throughout the year.MSUBenefitsPlus.com Screenshot

Discounts are available year-round on the MSU Benefits Plus website. These include discounts tied to MSU departments, local businesses and many other online shopping discounts.

Keep up on all of the discount information and programs that are available through the MSU Benefits Plus page. Sign in or create an account on www.MSUBenefitsPlus.com using your MSU ZPID number and password to view your benefits programs available to you.