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Music Student Managers

Hocking College offers employment opportunities for students through regular part time employment or through the Federal Work Study Program (FWS). To be considered for FWS, you must indicate your interest in employment on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

There are also paid student employment opportunities while working within community service. For more information about paid community service opportunities, please contact Office of Financial Aid.

For a list of all Hocking departments and available positions, please review the information below.

Position Title Music Student Managers
Function Assist in operating and managing Washington Hall Studios and Computer Lab.
% of Time Job Duties Skills & Knowledge
100% Students will assist in operating and managing the Washington Hall facility during non-class times. Student employees are responsible for overseeing Studio A, Studio B, practice rooms, and the computer lab while in use by students in the School of Music & Theater
  • Loading software packages.
  • Moving and hooking up computers
  • Troubleshooting problems with hardware and software.
25% Employees will be responsible for ensuring the facility remains clean and all equipment is inventoried and accounted for at the end of each shift.
25% Since student workers will be the first person asked when a problem of technical nature arises, employees must possess exemplary technical skills.
Success Skills
  • Communicate Effectively (reading, writing, speaking, listening skills)
  • Demonstrate Knowledge of Science and the Environment (knowledge of scientific principles. Scientific method, awareness of ecological principles/ physical health/social development)
  • Demonstrate Learning and Critical Thinking Skills (analyze, evaluate, use logic, establish goals)
  • Maintains Professional Skills and Attitudes (follow polices, show initiative, prioritize, work safely, arrive promptly, attend regularly, maintain professional image)
  • Practice Human Relation Skills (trustworthy, confident, team worker, maintain sense of humor, empathize, practice good interpersonal skills, resolve conflicts, work well with others)
  • Demonstrate Community, Cultural, and Global Awareness (practice good citizenship, respect diversity, know contribution of career to the economy, understand historical and current events)
  • Maintain a Code of Ethics (honest, responsible, resolve conflicts and moral dilemmas through decision-making process)
Minimum Requirements

Student workers are required to be: responsible, dependable, honest and technically skilled. Priority will be given to students who have shown an aptitude for recording in class, have favorable grades, and who have demonstrated a drive to learn with a positive attitude in the classroom. Failure to remain satisfactory grades and class attendance will result in loss of employment.

Technology Preferred

Music and Theater

Contact Jeff Daubenmire
(740)753-6122 ext. 6122