Posting Number Stu00346P Classification Title Position Type
Liberty University's hiring practices and EEO Statement are
fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law
creates an exception to the "religion" component of the employment
discrimination laws for religious organizations (including
educational institutions), and permits them to give employment
preference to members of their own religion. Liberty University is
in that category.
Position Title Work Study - Lab Tech Does this position require
driving? No Contact Joyce V. Roberts, Assistant to the Dean Contact
Phone Ext 434-592-5868 Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org Job
Computing/Engineering Student Lab Assistant is responsible for
providing support to the students, faculty and staff during hours
Duties will include monitoring lab activities, providing phone
coverage and walk-in support to users, maintaining equipment and
supplies, assisting and setting up lab experiments for classes,
providing evening support and lab monitoring. Additional tasks will
be maintaining and developing lab documentation, equipment testing
and inventory, and other tasks related to lab support.
Computing/Engineering Student Lab Assistants are responsible for
helping maintain a clean, quiet work area for students and faculty.
This person needs to be a team player and have a flexible schedule.
This position would report directly to the Facilities and Labs
Support Manager and provide assistance when the manager is not
The student must be a residential Liberty University student.
Proficiency in Computer and Engineering Technology is required.
Hours will vary; candidates must have the ability to work 18 hours
per week. Candidates must be critical thinkers, technologically
savvy and highly motivated team players. Must have and maintain a
minimum of 2.5 over all GPA. Must also be able to lift a minimum of
Students in Computer Science, Engineering, BMIS, and the CSIT
programs would be ideal candidates. Successful candidates will
possess excellent oral and written communication skills, customer
service skills, demonstrate computer proficiency, be team focused,
and possess the abilities to both follow instructions and lead
others, a Christ-like attitude, and the ability to function
responsibly with minimum direct supervision.
Hours to be decided by student and supervisor, typically 18
hours per week.