Work Study

Work Study Positions

If you have been approved for federal work study you may contact the supervisors below to apply for their listed positions. All positions will be compensated at $11.50 per hour.

Clinical Science

Supervisor:

Chelsea Fege, D.O.

Office number

C318

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Library searches for journal articles. Data abstraction from electronic medical record. Reviewing patient charts, compiling data and interpreting results. Planning and preparing posters for presentation. Compiling research for publication.

Clinical Science

Supervisor:

Jill Cochran

Office number

316

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

20-37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Library searches for journal articles, learning how to use a reference manage, learning about clinical quality projects and helping with them.

Implementing quality projects, including community baby soothe and other community projects

preparing posters for presentation, helping with educational materials

Clinical Science

Supervisor:

Lauren E. Miller, D.O.

Office number

322

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

20-37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Library searches for journal articles, learning how to use a reference manage, learning about clinical quality projects and helping with them. Data abstraction at RCBC, planning and implementing quality projects, preparing posters for presentation, assisting with projects at RCBC, helping with educational materials, seeing patients and performing preventative care exams with physician

Library

Supervisor:

Rachel McGuire

Office number

E101

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Purpose/Duties of the job (be specific): Check materials in/out, answer phones and in-person questions; Material inventory; Digital archiving of marketing and library materials

 

Alumni & Continuing Medical Education

Supervisor:

Shannon Warren

Office number

Alumni Center

Hours per week/per student:

37.5 flexible

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

To assist the Office of Alumni Relations and Continuing Medical Education with preparation of events, CME programs, etc.; scanning; general office work such as filing, shredding, assembling notebooks, labeling, etc.; share ideas of connecting with more student programs and creating a stronger alumni association presence.

 

(a variety of projects from labeling to helping with the 50th planning to assisting with CME topics and speakers to helping design a student committee sponsored by the alumni association – all fun projects and perfect for the student that wants to give their brain a break)

Biomedical

Supervisor:

Jack Thatcher

Office number

A329

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Purpose/Duties of the job (be specific):

Programming HTML/CSS/JS/MP4 files for animated lessons.

 

Volunteers without computer programming experience will be asked to input data into JavaScript files.

 

Clinical Sciences

Supervisor:

Aaron McGuffin

Office number

C325

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

There are three main objectives for this summer work study program:

  1. To determine through student survey the academic areas in year 1 that students feel they need additional review and understanding
  2. To create assessment practice tools that specifically target those academic areas through multiple choice questions, short-answer questions, and other study modalities
  3. To provide optional opportunities for rising second years to complete the assessment practice tools prior to starting the second year to solidify their learning gaps

Marketing & Communications

Supervisor:

Tiffany Wright

Office number

C221

Contact Phone

Hours per week/per student:

37.5

Positions available:

1

Job Description:

Purpose/Duties of the job (be specific): Scan and crop photos from throughout WVSOM’s history using a digital scanner; create named folders on the Marketing & Communications Department’s dedicated drive to organize the photo files; and save photo files to appropriate folders. Printed photos may be fragile and must be handled with care. Computer experience is essential. Photography experience is a plus but not required. Guidance will be provided.