Student Employment Opportunities
Students assist in the Book Mark as cashiers, clerical workers, making displays and signs, as well as receiving, pricing, and stocking books and merchandise. Previous office, retail, graphic arts, and computer experience helpful.
MUST HAVE NEED BASED WORK STUDY.
MUST HAVE FEDERAL, STATE, OR INSTITUTIONAL WORK STUDY.
Contact: Erin Kuiper 507-933-6045
Dispatcher/Dispatch Assistant/Office Assistant - Dispatchers/dispatch assistants work in the Campus Safety office on a fixed weeknight shift (3-6:30pm, 6:30pm-10pm or 10pm-2am) and rotating weekend shifts. These student employees will work the front dispatch desk answering phones and questions from visitors, staff, and faculty, maintaining radio communication with officers and logging calls; and utilizing basic office, communication, clerical skills including data entry, paperwork processing, and filing. Late Night dispatch positions can be filled 'special approval' for those that do not qualify for student employment, or are available for students with existing remaining student employment allotments who want to transfer to or split hours with the Campus Safety department. Late Night positions are scheduled 1:30am-4:30am or 4:30-8:30am and employees can chose the nights they would like to work. Dispatcher/office assistants work in the Campus Safety office under the direction of the Administrative Assistant, Lisa Octigan, during the school day. Shifts are available during the work week around class schedules between the hours of 7:30am-3pm. Strong motivation, customer service skills, and ability to work independently are desired, confidentiality and dependability are required.
Safe Rides/Building Patrol - Driver's license is required for all driving positions. These positions work rotating shifts answering Safe Rides dispatch calls, driving the Safe Rides program, patrolling buildings and performing safety checks and assisting Campus Safety officers as needed. Shifts are scheduled daily 6pm-10pm and 10pm-1:30am, and rotating weekend shifts. Strong dependability and confidentiality are required.
Please contact the Campus Safety Administrative Assistant Lisa Octigan (email@example.com) if you would like to apply for these positions.
AVAILABLE TO ALL AID TYPES
Contact: Lisa Octigan 507-933-8809
Opportunities abound in the Gustavus Dining Service. Students will find many opportunities to meet new friends in our state of the art Campus Center Facility.
Choose from positions in:
- Marketplace, including Cyclone Pizzeria, Hello Wok, Bakers Market, Gustie Grille, Cashier, United Nations, Rotisserie, Country Garden, Market Deli and more!
- Kitchen, including Bakery, Cook's Assistant, Storeroom, and Dishwashing.
- Courtyard Cafe
- Catering and Hospitality, Waitresses, Waiters, Bussing.
- Athletic Concessions
Work is scheduled around academics and other activities.
AVAILABLE TO ALL AID TYPES
Contact: Kevin Birr 507-933-7689
Openings: 3-4 Immediate openings!!
Little Saints Preschool provides educational and social experiences for children ages 3-prekindergarten. Our site offers great learning experiences for future teachers and parents. We are looking for students who enjoy being with young children and are patient and calm. A student's duties may include playing with the children, helping with projects and snacks, gym activities and clean up. Little Saints Preschool is located in the John Ireland School building at 1801 W. Broadway. Student employees would work with 3-4 year olds on Tuesday and Thursday mornings or afternoons or with 4-5 year olds on Monday/Wed/Friday afternoons.
Students must qualify for FEDERAL student employment.
Contact: Kim Meyer- Director of Little Saints 507-931-4314
Openings: 2-3 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
MSBA is a statewide service organization servicing the needs of school board members and their local school districts across the state of Minnesota. Student assistants are assigned a variety of tasks including assisting in our production room, printing of materials, mailing preparation, assembly of materials for inservice meetings, data entry, filing and related tasks. MSBA is located on Jefferson Avenue within walking distance of the southwest edge of campus. Hours and duties are flexible to meet the students' abilities and availability. Current opening with begin February 2015 with desired word processing skills and proofreading skills. Start with 2 hours per week and increase with ability/comfort with the job.
FEDERAL work study only
Contact: Kelly Martell 507-934-2450
The SAC program is an after school program for school age students in the Saint Peter School district. At SAC we provide fun and safe place for all students. The SAC program is open 2:30-5:45 M-F and follows the South Early Learning Center calendar. Job responsibilities include: *Working as part of a team *Caring for and interacting with school age children *Assist with daily activities, set-up and cleaning
Job responsibilities include: *Working as part of a team *Caring for and interacting with school age children *Assist with daily activities, set-up and cleaning MUST qualify for FEDERAL student employment.
Contact: Amanda Rathman-Edwards 507-934-2754
The Third Floor Youth Center is an after school youth program located at North Intermediate School.
- Supervising youth (grades 3-6) in an unstructured, highly energetic, after-school program.
- Assisting with homework help, games, arts & crafts, music related activities
- Working with the youth center coordinator to plan TTF activities
- Cleaning tasks as needed
Positive behavior strategies used.
Need to be available at least two afternoons per week from 3-5 p.m.
Previous experience working with youth, positive attitude, leadership experience, ability to work in a chaotic environment.
Must qualify for FEDERAL student employment.
Contact: Jane Timmerman 507-934-0667
Work a variety of hours in campus buildings, assist with general cleaning, moving furniture
School Year hours vary
-UP TO 40 HOURS PER WEEK
-5AM-1PM- 7OR 8 HOURS/DAY
-MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
-GENERAL CLEANING/ SOME FURNITURE MOVING
-MAY FLOAT BETWEEN 2 OR MORE BUILDINGS AS NEEDED
Contact: Larry Dvorak 507-933-7655
Assist with gardening, snow removal, lawn care, and other grounds work. Perfect job for those who like the outdoors.
Federal, state, or institutional work study
Contact: Amy Brown 507-933-7504
Technology and Language Specialist
Culpeper Language Learning Center
Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Deadline: 12pm, Wed, Jan 21 or as filled (Applicants who have submitted required documents for application by the deadline will have first priority, after which other applicants will be considered as needed. Merely applying for a position does not guarantee you will be hired.)
If you have skills and/or interest in technology and languages, this may be the position for you. As a Technology and Language Specialist you will support the use of technology for language learning and other contexts, run the day-to-day operations of the Center, and participate in various initiatives to support and encourage the use and acquisition of languages.
Please follow the attached link for the full description for the position opening(s) and instructions on how to apply. Questions may be addressed to the Director of the Center, Jeremy Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See above description:
Contact: Jeremy Robinson 507-933-6248