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UARSC Student Employment Pay Schedule
effective January 1, 2008
Previous experience, education or specialized skills not required; under direct supervision until trained, minimal direction required after training. Performs routine tasks which require brief training period; limited responsibility; no supervisory assignments other than brief training of other student employees assigned to perform similar tasks.
Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: shelving books; taking tickets; ushering; setting up lecture and performance areas; clerical tasks such as filing, photocopying, light typing and general clerical support tasks; cleaning lab and glassware; simple cashiering; food service; general labor including custodial maintenance, grounds work.
Job-related experience, education or specialized skills required; works under general supervision. In addition to routine tasks, plans and completes detailed assignments; expected to use independent judgment and may be required to make decisions about accomplishing work assignments. May direct other student employees in routine work assignments.
Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: tutoring; grading; research and lab assistance; van driving; peer counseling; clerical tasks requiring proficient typing and word processing proficiency, receptionist duties necessitating a thorough knowledge of office policies, procedures and programs; complex cashiering; sports officiating; campus security; sewing costumes.
Extensive job-related experience, education or advanced specialized skills required; works under minimal supervision. May be required to use independent judgment to solve problems and make decisions; performs difficult, technical tasks; coordinates and completes complex assignments including reporting results to supervisor. May direct other student employees in routine work assignments as well as supervise work area in absence of regular supervisor. May handle records requiring confidentiality.
Typical tasks include, but are not limited to: advanced tutoring; complicated or technical research; computer analysis and programming; clerical tasks including technical typing and production of complex documents.