Learning Center Consultants
The Learning Center Consultant application for the 2018/2019 Academic Year is now open.
Learning Center Consultants (LCCs) staff our Learning Center Labs in DeNeve/Rieber/Sunset Village and are responsible for user support and basic maintenance equipment maintenance On Campus Residential Learning Centers (computer labs).
Under the supervision of the Learning Centers Manager with the assistance of the Resident Technology Supervisors (RTS), The Learning Center Consultants job functions include:
A. Student Assistance
- Assist residents with software applications and minor technical problems in the computer lab
- Advise residents on computer solutions using lab applications
- Advise residents on academic resources and tools
B. Print Management
- Ensure that printers are in working order
- Assist and advise residents on WEPA printer usage and functions
- Ensure that equipment is secure and in working order
- Maintain integrity of passwords
- Verify lab users’ identification
- Report suspicious activities and violations of lab rules to Learning Centers Management
- Uphold and comply with all departmental and university standards, policies and regulations
- Perform technical troubleshooting and repairs on computers
- Communicate repair requests to Resident Technology Supervisors and Learning Centers Manager
- Open and close the lab in compliance with lab guidelines
- Communicate lab needs to other proctors, the Resident Technology Supervisors and the Learning Centers Manager
- Attend summer training/retreat prior to opening for Fall Quarter
- Attend winter training/retreat prior to opening for Winter Quarter
- Complete other projects as assigned by Learning Centers Management
Possess skills, knowledge, and abilities necessary to perform assigned functions. Technical knowledge of Windows 2010 and all software applications provided in the computer labs preferred. Applicant must be reliable, friendly, and helpful. Computer Lab Proctor positions are open to students living either on or off campus.
Minimum Academic Requirements
In order to support the academic success of our student staff, Residential Life conducts Grade Point Average and Enrollment Checks for all student employee positions. We may conduct these checks at the time of application and any time thereafter once the student has accepted a job offer.
- For this position, a student must have a 2.0 minimum cumulative GPA at the time of application, hire, and/or rehire (beginning of Fall Quarter of each academic year).
- For this position, a student must maintain full-time status (12 units per quarter) during time of employment.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy. UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy.
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