Cannot be majoring or minoring in any programs under the College of the Arts & Media.
Duties Include: General clerical office duties including copying, deliveries on campus, retrieving and sorting mail, tracking office supplies for reorder, keeping printers filled with paper, dusting, helping set up for and cleaning up after meetings, shredding, occasional typing, assist with promotional items inventory and organization, answering phones and greeting visitors when secretary is away; assist others in the office as needed.
Skills Desired: Friendly, courteous, punctual, self-motivated, willing to do various tasks, not afraid to ask questions if unsure of a task given, speak clearly, able to do on campus deliveries, able to work 12 hours or more each week.
Schedule: Flexible with class schedule during office hours, Mon - Fri, 9a - 5p.
To Apply: Email Maxine Davis to receive an application and time grid for work availability to be completed and returned. Once received, only candidates for the position will be contacted by email for an interview to be scheduled.
GSA and WORK STUDY - Athletics - seeks an Academic Tutor
Duties Include: Tutor student-athletes with CMU courses at the Indoor Athletic Complex. Courses include: ACC 250, 255, 301, 302, 321, 501 and 531; ANT 175; BCA 318WI, and 503WI; BIO 500 and 537; BIS 255 and 315; BLR 202, 222, 235WI, 302 and 350; BUS 100, 300QR and 301S; CHM 132, 211QR, 342; COM 352, 353, 362, 365, and 461; CPS 181; ECO 202, 203, 204, and 365; EGR 190QR, 200, 253, 255, and 499WI; ENG 381WI; ENT 200, 210, 213, 221 and 300; FIN 302, 310, 315, 425, 442, 448, 499, and 573; FNS 370, 374, 375; HDF 110, 213, 302, and 303; HSC 211, 214, 215, 216, 235, 308, 404, HST 110W and 325WI; IET 154; JRN 203QR, 340, 350, 380 and 556SL; MKT 255, 300, 304, 340, 420, and 440; MTH 107, 113, 130, 132, 133, 175, 217, 223, 332, 334, 341, 363, 499, and 553; PES 218, 280, and 318; PHY 131 and 171; PSC 100WI, 150WI, 261, 280QR, and 371; PSY 383, 385, 459, and 487; REL 240WI and 320; SOC 200, 323; STA 282QR and 589.
Skills Desired: Previous tutoring experience is a plus; must have a B+ or higher in the course desiring to tutor and a 3.0 cumulative GPA; must have a strong ability to present material utilizing a variety of tutoring strategies to meet the different learning styles of students.
Schedule: Hours vary according to the needs of the student-athletes' schedules. Hours would be between Mon - Thu, 8a - 10p; Fri, 8a - 4p; Sun, 4p - 10p. A minimum of 5 and maximum of 20 hrs/wk desired.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and academic history including grades, to Malik Peacock, email@example.com
WORK STUDY - Athletics - Event & IAC Staff
Duties Include: Pre-event setup,
event security, assistance with administration of event logistics, post-event
teardown, opening and closing of the Indoor Athletic Complex (IAC), control desk
supervision, and all other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Strong
organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, attention to detail,
and knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; must be able to lift
50 lbs. on a regular basis.
Schedule: Must be able to work
all home football and gymnastic events, as well as nights and weekends.
To Apply: Email resumes to Rebecca Thornton, Facilities and Event Operations Graduate Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
GSA and WORK STUDY - Campus Dining
Duties Include: Assist and serve customers in a courteous manner; prep, serve, and cook assorted foods using various equipment and utensils; assist in keeping kitchen and service areas clean and sanitized; follow all safety and food handling guidelines; report to full-time employees as assigned; attend and complete employee trainings and meetings as scheduled; become familiar with and follow all CMU Campus Dining policies and standards; complete other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Must be able to lift 25 lbs.; must be able to handle temperature changes including putting stock away in coolers and/or freezers; must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time; must be able to push loaded stock carts; prior food service and/or customer service experience.
Schedule: Days and hours vary by location.
Burrito Bowl - Food Service Worker
Cafe Operations - Food Service Worker
GSA and WORK STUDY - Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning - seeks a Media Producer
Duties Include: Responsible for pre-production, production, and post-production of various media projects within CETL Media Production. Requires use of specialized editing software (FCPX, Adobe Creative Suite, Panopto) and studio equipment (Sony cameras, mics, lighting). Producers handle all communication with clients and are responsible to make sure proper invoicing and archiving procedures are followed.
Skills Desired: Experience with Final Cut Pro X, excellent writing and interpersonal skills.
Schedule: A minimum of four 4-hour shifts.
To Apply: Email a resume to Phillip Coffman, email@example.com
GSA - Civil Rights and Institutional Equity - seeks a Grant Assistant
Duties Include: Create content
including videos, posts, and graphics to post on social media (Facebook and
Twitter) regularly; promote available resources on campus including OCRIE's
online reporting tool; work at events OCRIE is attending as directed; assist with
events as planned for the #ConsentIsCentral Speaker Series and campaign; disseminate promotional materials through various #ConsentIsCentral events and
partnerships; work with Registered Student Organizations, CMU Departments, and
local businesses on partnerships with OCRIE to create educational programming
and events; assist with research and drafting future grants, and other duties
Skills Desired: Experience with
social media management and event planning is preferred
Schedule: Fall semester, August 26 - December 6, 2019. Starting date is negotiable. Desired work
schedule is Mon - Fri with some weekends; maximum of 15 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
GSA and WORK STUDY - CMU Libraries
Located within the Charles V Park Library building, the University Library and the Clarke Historical Library offer flexible hours, a variety of responsibilities and a desirable work environment. Many students work with the libraries for their entire college careers. Job vacancies are filled from applications submitted to the current job postings list, below. More information can be found on the library's website
. Applicants must have a current class schedule to apply.
WORK STUDY - Educational Leadership - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: General office
duties, answering phones and greeting visitors, and assist faculty and staff in the
office as needed.
Skills Desired: Friendly, courteous,
punctual, self-motivated, willing to do various tasks, not afraid to ask
questions if unsure of a task given, and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Schedule: Flexible with class schedule during office hours, Mon - Fri 8:30a - 5p.
To Apply: Email cover letter, resume,
and Fall class schedule to Nan Clapp, email@example.com
WORK STUDY - English Department - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: Tend the front desk, answer office phones and forward or take messages as needed, scan and copy projects on behalf of professors, and deliver interdepartmental mail as needed.
Skills Desired: Office experience is preferred, but not required; excellent written/oral communication skills, strong attention to detail, and ability to present a professional face is required.
Schedule: Flexible during office hours Mon-Fri, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Megan Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org
WORK STUDY - History - seeks two Office Assistants
Duties Include: Basic office duties
including but not limited to assisting faculty, staff, and office visitors;
campus errands, typing, scanning, copying, distributing mail, answering the
telephone and taking messages, and other duties and projects as assigned. Candidates enjoy working in an academic office environment and
demonstrate strong interpersonal skills.
Skills Desired: Successful
candidates are proficient with Word and Excel; project a positive
attitude, work well with others and independently; complete assigned tasks
accurately; are self-motivated, punctual, reliable, and present a positive,
Schedule: One position begins in Summer II, paid GSA. Both positions are flexible with class schedules in the Fall and Spring.
To Apply: Stop by in person to
Anspach 314 (before August 9, 2019) or Powers 106 (after August 10, 2019), or
email a cover letter and resume to Annette Davis, email@example.com
WORK STUDY - Marketing & Hospitality Services Administration - seeks a Student Assistant
Duties Include: Provide assistance to faculty, staff and office visitors, answer the phone, note and deliver accurate messages, schedule appointments for the academic advisor, file, mail distribution, campus delivery, copy jobs, data entry, and construct documents and spreadsheets; other duties and projects as assigned.
Skills Desired: Project a positive attitude and be dependable; possess interpersonal skills to interact effectively with students, staff and the public; must have an eye for detail; exhibit willingness to learn and be a team player; able to work with minimal supervision; a base knowledge of MS Office Suite is required; familiarity with campus and the CBA is a plus; previous office experience is preferred but not required.
Schedule: Flexible with class schedule; availability varies during office hours Mon - Fri, 8a-12p, 1p-5p.
To Apply: Send an introductory email addressed to Robin Berry, MHSA Department Executive Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
, and attach a cover letter, resume, and Fall class schedule. Do not apply in person or by phone.
WORK STUDY - Police Department- seeks a Safe Rides Escort Officer
Duties Include: Transport students from one Safe Rides Stop to another Safe Rides Stop in a marked department vehicle via a routing system.
Skills Desired: Have a good driving record.
Schedule: 8p - 2a, 7 days/wk when classes are in session. Apply Online
WORK STUDY - Psychology - seeks an Office Assistant
Duties Include: Typing; scanning; filing; data entry; copying, collating and stapling of class materials; running errands on campus; answering phone; and providing general assistance to department staff and faculty.
Skills Desired: Prior office experience; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; accurate typing; spelling and proofreading skills; and excellent attention to detail.
Schedule: Approximately 10-15 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri, between 8a - 5p, based on student availability and Work Study funds.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and class schedule to Colleen Craft, email@example.com