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Part-Time Fitness Center Student Assistant Needed

Student Activities is seeking a Student Assistant to provide support for the Fitness Center and to complete specific projects assigned by the Health and Fitness Specialist.

This person will check in patrons, following check-in procedures; answer front desk telephone and transfer calls; and perform laundry duties. Applicants must be a Penn College student and must maintain a 2.0 grade-point average or higher. Minimum qualifications include the ability to understand and follow instructions; excellent communication skills; and functional ability with or aptitude to learn microcomputer functions. Must be certified in CPR and First Aid or be willing and able to acquire. Schedule will be up to 18 hours per week starting as soon as feasible through May 19.

Applicants must submit a completed College Application for Employment to the Human Resources Office (SASC, Room 2011). Applications must be received by Friday, Aug. 8. A detailed job announcement and an application for employment are available online or in the Human Resources Office. (AA/EEO)

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