[nfbmi-talk] Student Assist Positions Posting

Christine Boone christineboone2 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 6 17:52:06 UTC 2013


These are indeed dark days for blind folks in Michigan, and  they grow ever darker.  With the escalation  of illegal practices, abuses of power, over-balancing of administrative costs, and increase in propaganda, I am thankful today that I am not still inside this administration.  Indeed I shudder to think that I ever was...well at least they never liked me...so I think that means that I can still sleep at night, knowing that I worked for the betterment of people who are blind and not the advancement of my own, or my bosses' self aggrandizement!   

On Sep 6, 2013, at 12:22 PM, "Terry D. Eagle" <terrydeagle at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I thought that blind vendors were ONLY state employees for the purpose of
> participation in the state employee retirement system.  Oh yes, Fred is
> correct, this is the WORK-TO-WELFARE administration, and, as there record
> has proven, this administration has no intent to employ the blind, unless
> you are intent with sleeping with the boss.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nfbmi-talk [mailto:nfbmi-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Fred
> Wurtzel
> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 10:47 PM
> To: 'Joe Sontag'; 'NFB of Michigan Internet Mailing List'
> Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] Student Assist Positions Posting
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Wow!  We could have increased the profitability of our cafeterias if we had
> hired state employees on the state payroll.  This is absolutely amazing and
> incomprehensible.  How is this minimally legal under Civil Service,
> Randolph-Sheppard or PA 260.  Oh, I forgot, This is the work to welfare
> administration and the law doesn't apply.
> 
> Thanks for your vigilance, Joe.
> 
> Warmest Regards,
> 
> Fred
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nfbmi-talk [mailto:nfbmi-talk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Joe
> Sontag
> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 9:39 PM
> To: VENDORSMI List; NFBMI List
> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] Student Assist Positions Posting
> 
> Is the picture getting any clearer, folks?
> 
> STATE OF MICHIGAN
> Job Opportunities
> Powered by NEOGOV
> Job #:  6401-13-BSBP-67
> Job Title:  Student Assistant - BADP
> Closing Date/Time:  Mon. 09/09/13 5:00 PM Eastern Time
> Salary:
> $7.40 - $21.35 hourly
> $592.00 - $1,708.00 biweekly
> Job Type:
> Non Career
> Bargaining Unit:
> N/A
> Location:
> Lansing, Michigan
> Department:
> Licensing and Regulatory Affairs - LARA
> |
> Job Description
> This posting is for 10 Student Assistant positions.
> These students will be working as a food service partner in one of two
> franchised food service facilities located in the Anderson Office Building.
> The people in these positions may do a number of different tasks and duties
> including food preparation, cashiering, serving customers, clean-up,
> stocking, and possibly being identified as a crew leader, overseeing the
> activities of other student assistants.
> Required Education and Experience:
> Education
> Current enrollment in high school, vocational or technical school, or
> post-secondary educational institution.
> Experience
> No specific type or amount is required.
> The student must provide evidence of enrollment or acceptance to an
> educational institution.
> JOB SPECIFICATION
> STUDENT ASSISTANT
> JOB DESCRIPTION
> Employees in this job perform a variety of trade, technical, professional,
> or administrative support activities related to a field of academic
> specialization for a state department or agency. This classification is
> designed to facilitate the employment of high school, college, and
> vocational education students seeking temporary employment opportunities
> related to career or curriculum goals.
> There is one classification in this job.
> Position Code Title - Student Assistant-E Student Assistant A As a student,
> the employee works under the immediate supervision of an administrative
> support, trades, technical, professional, or management personnel in the
> classified state service.
> Work is performed
> under well-defined guidelines and assignments are reviewed while in
> progress. The level of responsibility is commensurate with the student's
> academic attainment. The employee is required to use judgment in the
> performance of the work.
> JOB DUTIES
> NOTE: The job duties listed are typical examples of the work performed by
> positions in this job classification. Not all duties assigned to every
> position are included, nor is it expected that all positions will be
> assigned every duty.
> Receives training and experience in the activities of a state department or
> institution.
> Performs a variety of sub-professional, semi-technical, semi-skilled or
> office activities.
> Performs special assignments, studies or projects related to the student's
> career or curriculum goals.
> As a high school student, performs a variety of support activities in
> stockrooms, reproduction units, mail rooms and other office areas.
> Performs related work as assigned, appropriate to the student's educational
> attainment.
> JOB QUALIFICATIONS
> Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
> Some knowledge of terminology and subject matter in the area of work to be
> performed.
> Some knowledge of office equipment or materials used in the work.
> Ability to use a computer.
> Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
> Ability to learn the work of the agency.
> Ability to communicate effectively with others.
> Ability to maintain favorable public relations.
> Working Conditions
> All jobs are temporary, non-career positions.
> Students hired into this job may be employed part-time or full-time during
> or between school years, or between terms or semesters.
> Some jobs require an employee to be exposed to inclement weather conditions.
> Physical Requirements
> The job duties may require an employee to lift and/or move heavy objects.
> The job duties may require an employee to use power tools.
> The job duties may require an employee to bend, reach, stoop, stand and/or
> walk for extended periods.
> The job duties may require an employee to climb ladders.
> Education
> Current enrollment in high school, vocational or technical school, or
> post-secondary educational institution.
> Experience
> Student Assistant A
> No specific type or amount is required.
> Special Requirements, Licenses, and Certifications The student must provide
> evidence of enrollment or acceptance to an educational institution.
> NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the
> required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be evaluated on an individual
> basis.
> JOB CODE, POSITION TITLES AND CODES, AND COMPENSATION INFORMATION STUDNTAST
> Job Code STUDENT ASSISTANT Job Code Description Student Assistant-E Position
> Title STUDASTE Position Code NERE-115P Pay Schedule AC
> 12/16/2011
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