Self-Management Punctuality and regular work attendance; efficient, effective use of work time; working effectively in a diverse, fast-paced, and dynamic work environment Work Processes & Results Using appropriate problem solving methods to improve processes; setting and adhering to project priorities; meeting productivity standards and deadlines; producing accurate and timely work with minimal supervision; managing several simultaneous objectives; multitasking; achieving results Teamwork Supporting and focusing on the vision, mission, and goals of the organization and team; cooperating with and offering assistance to others; recognizing the contributions of others; viewing the success of the organization and team as more important than individual achievements; supporting teamwork and cooperation through open and honest communication Innovation and Change Being creative and innovative when contributing to organizational and individual objectives; being receptive to new ideas and adaptable to new situations; seeking and acting on opportunities to improve and streamline work processes Communication Orally communicating effectively on a one-on-one basis and in small groups; making effective oral presentations before groups; writing clearly and succinctly; being responsive and timely to e-mails, phone messages, and mail Constituent Service Answer, refer and/or respond to constituent inquiries and complaints promptly and courteously; when possible, going the extra mile to satisfy student/staff/faculty needs and expectations Technical/Fiscal Skills Being fiscally responsible by staying within budget and utilizing funds efficiently; word processing utilizing basic programs; marketing and
Provides opportunities to develop competencies sought by employers: Flexibility, adaptability, and the capacity to manage change Self-motivation Work collaboratively with others in a team to accomplish results Analytical and decision making skills Communication and interpersonal/intrapersonal skills Team work skills Organization, planning and prioritization abilities Customer service strategies Accountability Ability to innovate Leadership abilities Scholarship opportunities (based on work experience) Travel and professional development opportunities Community and campus networking Merit-based raises
If you believe that you meet or exceed these qualifications and desired skills, please pick up, complete, and return a Civic Engagement Application for Employment at the Don and Verna Duncan Civic Engagement Center. SURC, Room 256B Office Hours; Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm except noted CWU or national holidays. Questions, please contact: (509) 963-1643 takeactioncwu.com, RE: SLF Application All applications will be reviewed and all applicants will be notified if an interview will be extended within two weeks of original application submission. If extended an interview, please thoroughly prepare a brief (no longer than 5 minutes) presentation to be delivered during your interview that best demonstrates your quality of work, level of professionalism, and public speaking abilities. Please complete the Application Checklist to detail the particulars of your presentation. Your presentation is not limited by content, type, or style but should reflect your strongest skills and abilities. Please contact the Center for further descriptions and requirements if needed.