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Campus Alert

Application Deadline

Ongoing Pool




Student Employment -



  • Assist with daily functions of  Information Center,
  • Provide friendly welcome to faculty, staff, visitors and students
  • Answer multi-line phone system
  • Respond to in-person inquiries by giving information, directions, and occasionally accompany people to various locations on campus
  • Assist as required to update information systems used by Information Desk or Facilities Department.

Job Requirements

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • High school diploma
  • Keyboarding, and some knowledge of Outlook, Word and Excel programs.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Dependability and promptness are musts.
  • Good phone manner and communication skills essential.

Preferred Skills and Qualifications

  • Professionalism interacting with customers and co-workers
  • Knowledge of campus, policies and resources
  • Discretionary judgment to maintain confidentiality and when using public two-way radios
  • Ability to work independently
  • Some flexibility with work schedule.

Hours Needed

Shifts will vary, commonly include Mon. – Thu. 8am -12n, & 4pm-8pm; Fri. 10a-2p and Rotating Saturdays 9am-1p

Directions to Apply

  • Candidates must complete Carroll’s online application to be considered.
  • Complete the Student Employment Application.   
  • Indicate the department(s) for which you are applying.  Only one application is needed.
  • Complete the  FAFSA for Federal Work Study Positions
  • Be registered for at least six credits with a 2.0 GPA
  • If eligible, your application will be forwarded to supervisors with open positions
  • The application will be held for one year, July 1 to June 30.

What to Expect

Students – What to expect after applying:

  • Interview with the hiring supervisor for the position of interest.
  • If selected, you and your supervisor must complete all federal, state and college forms. This document is obtained from your supervisor or the Human Resources webpage.
  • Complete and submit all federal, state, and college employment forms. The I-9 is submitted to your supervisor and the other forms are submitted to
  • Create a work schedule with your supervisor that does not conflict with your class schedule.
  • When all forms are turned in you and your supervisor will be notified so a start date can be established. 

Carroll Community College is committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. Carroll Community College is committed to Equal Opportunity Employment.