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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Student Campus Assistant 1 (Base Pay)

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Student Campus Assistant 1 (Base Pay)

Pay Rate

Reference Code

$9.65 as of December 27, 2017


Job Classification

General Tasks

Includes clerical duties such as student clerks, secretaries, copy shop workers, receptionists, shipping or receiving clerks, library workers, mail clerks. This classification also includes student grounds workers, general maintenance workers, student delivery workers, painters, and other labor/maintenance types of work. Students employed in food service positions are included in this classification.

Tasks such as typing, opening mail, entering data on prescribed forms, message or package delivery, word processing, data entry, filing, photocopying, collation and assembling materials (manually or by operating equipment), inventory, cashier, receptionist duties, miscellaneous library duties - processing, retrieving, circulating, shelving, and/or re-shelving library materials, or routine tasks generally associated with office support. Other duties may include food service, routine grounds-keeping activities, minor building repair, moving furniture and routine custodial activities. Theatre production may include carpentry and construction-related work, painting, costume construction, electrical or sound installation, or front of house assistance. May operate equipment and/or work in temperature extremes, tunnels or with hazardous materials.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities


Depending on the tasks to be performed, the following are typical of the knowledge, skills and abilities required for this classification: knowledge of business English, spelling and grammar - skill in typing or data entry, if required, ability to compute and tabulate using basic mathematics - ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions - ability to file and retrieve records using established filing system. Some knowledge of tools and equipment used in repair, maintenance, or grounds-keeping work - ability to work in a variety of weather conditions.

Can, with training answer routine questions regarding unit’s operations. Positions are closely supervised and decisions are made with supervisors

Classifications PDF document:
The following Classifications are available in a three page PDF document.