College of Education and Professional Studies - Psychology Department, Learning Behavior Clinic
Student will facilitate testing and running of the Learning Behavior Clinic. Make appointments, administer tests, answer phones, prepare the evaluations of the testing and then review them with the oversight of the Clinic director.
Learn to administer testing and evaluate the results. Answer phones and set-up appointments, collect payment and make desposits with the Bursar Office on a weekly basis. Students must speak to the clinic director prior to applying for the postion to ensure you have all the needed class work to be eligible for this position.
In order to be considered for the work study program, you must be approved for work study through the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships. ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS Fall/Spring Semesters All student employees must be enrolled at least half time to be eligible to work any UCO student position. Half time enrollment for Fall/Spring is considered 5 hours for graduates and 6 hours for undergraduates. Summer Semester Undergraduate Work-Study students must be enrolled in 6 hours to work on campus and Graduate Work-Study students must be enrolled in at least 5 hours. All other students must be enrolled in at least 3 hours to work on campus. Students not enrolled in summer classes must be enrolled in Fall classes in order to work on campus, but will be required to pay FICA taxes. If the number of hours needed to graduate is less than the minimum hours required to work, the student must obtain a letter from his/her advisor stating the number of hours needed to graduate. Call Human Resources Dept. for further information. Experience doing physical labor jobs.
Prior to applying, must seek permission of the clinic director to verified you have the needed pre-requisites for this position, accepted and enrolled in the School Psychology program.
Prior to applying, must seek permission of the clinic director to verify you have the needed pre-requisites for this position, and enrolled in the School Psychology program.
Repetitive movement of hands and fingers – typing and/or writing. Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping, kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms.
Visually identify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate with supervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendance required.
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.