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Lab Assistants FAQ
Are there open lab assistant positions? Lab positions are competitive and it varies as to the number of positions available
from semester to semester. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 898-4537 to find out what our current availability is at the time
of your inquiry.
How do I apply? Go to our website www.businesslab.mtsu.edu. Click on Lab Forms. Click on Lab Assistant Job Application Form. Complete and Submit.
What qualifications do I need to be a lab assistant? You must have a basic knowledge of computer use and Microsoft Office Applications.
You must be registered for at least 12 hours or more in the fall and spring semesters.
We look for dependable students with a good attitude who are willing to work to provide
good customer service, have good commnunication skills, and be a team player. You
must be registered for at least one 3 hour course in order to work during the summer.
Can I choose the hours I want to work? We allow lab assistants to pick their work hours based on order of seniority, but
we do reserve the right to change this method of scheduling if we deem necessary in
order to properly meet the needs of the lab.
What else do I need to know about working in the lab? You will be required to participate in the Student Technology Assistant training
program(STA). This is a series of levels that will be required for you to complete
during your employment. Level 1 beginning pay is $8 an hour for time worked 7A-12A
and $8.80 for time worked 12A-7A. You are required to complete Level 1 during the
first semester of work in order to continue employment. Your pay rate increases upon
completions of Level 2 and Level 3 of the STA program.
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