Academic Year Job Postings

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019 - 2020

Students may apply for Work Study jobs only if awarded Work Study on the Financial Aid award letter.

If you completed your FAFSA but do not know if you qualify, contact Financial Aid, 989.774.3674 or Student Employment Services, 989.774.3881. To confirm the amount of Work Study you have, contact Student Employment Services at 989.774.3881, Bovee University Center, Room 121.

All students may apply for General Student Assistance (GSA) jobs.

Contact departments directly to pursue a job.

WORK STUDY - Advancement - seeks a Graphic Design Assistant

Candidates must be undergraduates studying graphic design, communications, or related degree. 
Duties Include: Design work, proofreading and checking details on all creative output including creating and updating graphics for invitations, postcards, event signage, brochures, mailers and other marketing materials. Position also aids in printing and production of finished projects.
Skills Desired: Knowledge of Mac and/or PC platforms and software; proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite required (Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Adobe Acrobat Pro); experience working in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; must be creative and have a positive, eager-to-learn attitude and hardworking demeanor; proofreading and typography experience; excellent customer service; exhibit a professional appearance; writing skills a plus.
Schedule: Flexible, 10-15 hrs/wk during office hours Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email a resume and two design samples to Nicole Mozurkewich,  

GSA and WORK STUDY - Annual Giving - Phonathon Student Caller

Duties Include: Call alumni and friends of CMU on behalf of the annual fund. Callers are expected to be friendly on the line, update alumni information, build rapport, inform alumni about campus updates and various funds, and secure donations.
Skills Desired: Successful candidates have excellent telephone communication skills, fluency in English, are outgoing, have a great attitude, and are willing to ask for donations. Ideal candidates are fun, outgoing, hard-working CMU students. A positive attitude, a desire to learn, and sales experience are a plus. 
Schedule: Candidates must be able to work at least 3 shifts/wk, with one shift being a weekend shift. Sunday, 1-5p and 5:45-9:30p, Monday-Thursday 2-5p, Monday-Thursday 5:45-9:30p, and Friday 12-4p. 
Apply Online

WORK STUDY - Art & Design - seeks a 3D Fabrication Assistant

Duties Include: Operate the various digital fabrications tools available in Wightman Hall and North Arts during special hours for students requiring help outside of class time. Responsibilities include studio organization, cleaning the tools and stock, and studio supervision during open lab hours. In addition, student assistants help the faculty with studio tasks as needed. Job training is a regular occurrence to maintain a safe work environment.
Skills Desired: It is required that the 3D Fabrication Assistant have successfully completed one or more sculpture courses at Central Michigan University and have a demonstrated knowledge of how to safely and successfully operate, troubleshoot, and clean the 3D Fabrication tools. These tools include a Laser Cutter, CNC Plasma Cutter, CNC Router, & Form 2 SLA 3D Printer. Proficient experience on two of any of these tools is required. Previous knowledge of safe shop practices and tool experience is desired.
Schedule: TBD, not to exceed 10 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email Jeremy Davis,

GSA and WORK STUDY - Art & Design - seeks an Office Assistant

Duties Include: Answer the phone, greet all guests including students, faculty and staff, make copies and scan on a MFD, word processing, inventory office supplies, file confidential documents, prepare material slips, shredding, sort mail and packages, run errands on campus, and other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Macintosh experience, Microsoft Office Suite including Word and Excel, must work with a great deal of confidentiality, be dependable, responsible and able to communicate effectively.
Schedule: Up to 20 hrs/wk during office hours Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p. Fridays are required, as well as 3-4 evenings per semester.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume and class schedule to Shannon Bragiel,

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,

GSA and WORK STUDY - Athletics - seeks 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: Must be knowledgeable and proficient in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel, possess strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, and have the ability to lift 50 lbs. on a regular basis.
Schedule: Average 20 hrs/wk. Must be able to work all home football events, gymnastics events, as well as nights and weekends.
To Apply: Email a resume with references to Rebecca Thornton,

GSA - Athletics - seeks a Gym School Teacher

Duties Include: Teach gymnastics to gym school participants (ages 4-13), create teaching plans, and coordinate with other coaches on a weekly basis. 
Skills Desired: Knowledge of gymnastics. Spotting and other training is provided.
Schedule: Must be able to work Mon - Thurs, 6p - 8p, approximately 4 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email resume to Katy Clements,

GSA - Auxiliary Services Information Technology - seeks a TechOps Expert

Duties Include: Communicate with supervisor and peers to provide desktop computing assistance across a broad set of administrative offices and student computer labs in-person, over the phone, and through chat; work with System Administrator and Expert teammates to complete scheduled and unscheduled support tasks and special projects; report hardware moves to ensure consistency of inventory; communicate with teammates regarding task progression and completion while changing shifts; serve as first-level support for computing issues; identify, diagnose, and fix problems reported by users within the scope of training, escalating as appropriate; review work order system to complete work as assigned and as available; maintain an accurate record of completed and pending tasks; respond appropriately and timely to any staff issues or requests; review work order system to communicate and serve users; review machine records to understand current or last known state of computers; listen and communicate with users to assist with needs and provide appropriate solutions; research and find solutions to new problems; develop expertise for assisting users and troubleshooting current Mac and Windows operating systems; become proficient in command-line interface and troubleshooting printer issues; install and configure software on current Mac and Windows operating systems; troubleshoot Ethernet and wireless network connectivity and registration; document work performed for incidents and changes; contribute to knowledge base; and assist users with applications that may display confidential information.
Skills Desired: Strong desire to learn desktop computing support methodology and related technologies; previous customer service experience; intermediate-to-advanced Windows and Macintosh knowledge. Certifications required during first year of employment include Service Excellence Training, Sexual Harassment Training, and MUV Safety Training Program.
Schedule: Availability to work for at least 4 semesters; availability to work over the Summer; flexible hours may vary daily and are determined by candidate's schedule.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Ed Burns,

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.
Current Openings:
Burrito Bowl - Food Service Worker
Cafe Operations - Food Service Worker
Catering - Bartender
Catering - Team Member
Catering - Office Assistant
Concessions - Team Member
Down Under Food Court (DUFC) - Food Service Worker
Fresh Food Company (FFCo) - Team Member
The Market - Team Leader
The Market - Team Member
Merrill Residential Restaurant - Team Member
Northside Market - Team Leader
Northside Market - Team Member
POD Market/Subway - Team Member
Real Foods on Campus (RFoC) - Team Member
Robinson Residential Restaurant - Team Member

WORK STUDY Community Service - City of Mount Pleasant - seeks an Occupational Safety Assistant

Duties Include: Contributing to or aiding in reviewing and updating safety policies and procedures; developing a thorough and updated training manual; reviewing and updating Emergency Action Plan for facilities; providing general administration and organization for the Safety Alliance; completing other safety-related projects as needed.
Skills Desired: Excellent communication and organizational skills; strong computer skills with experience using Microsoft suite; resourcefulness, ability to take initiative, and to work both independently and as a team member; ability to complete jobs with a sense of urgency while being attentive to detail; students pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in HR or other safety-related fields preferred; availability to work up to 20 hours per week in order to complete assigned projects.
Schedule: Flexible schedule offered to accommodate class schedules; 15-20 hrs/wk minimum commitment. Regular schedule will be during our core business hours, 8a - 4:30p.
Apply online

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.
Current Openings

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,

WORK STUDY - Center for Inclusion and Diversity - seeks a Social Media Coordinator

Duties Include: Lead the efforts of the Center for Inclusion and Diversity's (CID) social media channels; proactively work with the offices in the CID to support their programs and initiatives including LGBTQ and Gender Equity Programs, Multicultural Academic Student Services, Native American Programs, and Student Transition Enrichment Programs; assist the CID graduate assistant in creating a welcoming environment for all students.
Skills Desired: Customer service experience is desired; must be able to demonstrate graphic design, photography and social media experience; effective communications skills both written and verbal; must work well on a team as well as autonomously; strong organization and time management skills; must maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA.
Schedule: Preference is given to applicants with afternoon availability.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume with samples of professional social media posts for business and/or student organizations to Wade Tomson,

GSA and WORK STUDY - Chemistry and Biochemistry - seeks a Classroom Assistant

Duties Include: Student must have already taken Chemistry 131 and 132 classes. Will be assisting faculty in the classroom, preparing for classes, and grading.
Skills Desired: Candidates should be dependable, responsible, be detail oriented, and must be able to maintain confidentiality. 
Schedule: Applicants need to be available for one or more of the following class times: Thurs & Fri, 10a - 10:50a; Thurs & Fri, 8a - 8:50a; Thurs & Fri, 11a - 11:50a. Each class will require 4 to 5 hrs/wk. Additional hours to be determined. 
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, contact information for references, Chem 131 & 132 grades, and Fall class schedule to Patty Esch,

WORK STUDY - Communication Sciences and Disorders - seeks an Office Assistant

Duties Include: Management and maintenance of the CSD materials and equipment; checking items in and out, maintaining inventory, cleaning, filing and assisting clinicians and supervisors; other office duties as assigned. 
Skills Desired: Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Access is preferred.
Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10a - 7p. Must be available to work in 2-4 hour blocks of time.
To Apply: Email a resume, class schedule and Work Study eligibility amount to Tracey Miret,

WORK STUDY - Contracting and Purchasing Services - seeks a Student Assistant

Duties Include: Basic office administrative duties, including but not limited to greeting visitors; communicating with vendors and campus departments; filing; answering phones; managing purchase orders, maintenance agreements, blanket purchase orders, and master service agreements; and other related duties as may be assigned.
Skills Desired: Familiarity with Microsoft Office programs such as Word and Excel, interpersonal skills, basic telephone skills, attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to work effectively with others and independently when necessary. SAP is used to create and manage purchase orders, therefore, experience with SAP is preferred.
Schedule: Approximately 15 hrs/wk; flexible around student's class days/times.
To Apply: Email a resume and Fall class schedule to Amber,

GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management - seeks a Custodial Assistant

Duties Include: Sweeping, operating vacuum cleaner, wet mopping, washing windows, general cleaning, and trash removal; any other related tasks as assigned by supervisor.
Skills Desired: Some Custodial Assistant positions require a valid Driver's License and to be able to pass a Driver's License check.
Schedule: Third shift; 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri.
Apply Online

GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management - seeks a Recycling Worker

Duties Include: Collect all types of recyclable materials (paper, cardboard, Styrofoam, batteries, lightbulbs, and electronics) from buildings around campus and prepare them for recycling; drop off empty recycling bins as requested; attend weekly recycling meetings; other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
Skills Desired: Must be able to lift 50 pounds; must have a valid Driver’s License and be able to pass a Driver’s License check; good knowledge of campus and buildings; good communication skills; must demonstrate ability to work independently with little or no supervision; a willingness to learn.
Schedule: 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri. 
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GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management: Financial Services - seeks an Accounting Clerk

Duties Include: Compile and update accounting spreadsheets, update files related to purchase payables, plant fund accounts, recharges and utilities, and provide clerical assistance to staff. General office support including data entry, copying, scanning documents, filing, delivery and pick up of documents to other departments on campus, and all other related duties assigned.
Skills Desired: Previous office experience and knowledge of accounting is preferred, proficient in Microsoft Office programs, and must have a valid Driver's license and able to pass a Driver's license check. Candidates should be able to demonstrate attention to detail and prioritize tasks, and have good communication skills.
Schedule: 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri. 
Apply Online

GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management: Garage - seeks a Vehicle Service Worker

Duties Include: Clean and wash vehicles; clean and maintain garage work area; assist mechanics as needed; must have a valid Driver’s License and be able to pass a Driver’s License check; must have the ability to lift 50 pounds.
Skills Desired: Knowledge of and experience with basic automotive maintenance.
Schedule: 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri. 
Apply Online

GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management: IT - seeks a Computer Systems Technician

Duties Include: Configure, install, and maintain computer systems in a local area network (LAN) environment; work with end-users, troubleshoot computer hardware, software, printers, and network issues including wireless; and maintain an inventory of supplies, stocks, and assets
Skills Desired: Should be able to install, configure, and diagnose network printers and associated hardware and software; must be familiar with deploying and installing Microsoft Office Suite Windows, malware cleaning, replacing computer and electronics hardware components; must have good communication skills, be able to work independently, and follow directions; familiarity with CMU's wired and wireless networks; knowledge of NTFS permissions and file-sharing; experience with Windows Server; some knowledge of SQL queries; and knowledge of Computer Programing. Familiarity with an Active Directory environment is beneficial. Must have a valid Driver's License and be able to pass a Driver's License check
Schedule: 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri
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GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management: Landscape Operations - seeks a Grounds Worker

Duties Include: Take care of all areas of CMU campus grounds and the athletic areas; seed, fertilize, and water landscape areas; clean, trim, and maintain all areas assigned (sidewalks, flowerbeds, lawn areas, and bleachers); assist regular Landscape Operations personnel in their duties as needed, along with performing other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Minimal skills and experience required; must have a valid Driver’s License and be able to pass a Driver’s License check.
Schedule: 20 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri. 
Apply Online

GSA and WORK STUDY - Financial Wellness Collaborative - seeks a Money Mentor Peer Educator

Duties Include: Serve as the primary developers of initiatives aimed at promoting personal finance skills while increasing students’ knowledge regarding the overall financial components associated with pursuing a college education by: Increasing the recognition of the Financial Wellness Collaborative on campus using targeted marketing and social media strategies; planning and implementing programs designed to educate and engage students regarding topics associated with financial wellness including but not limited to budgeting, borrowing, money management, loan repayment, and long-term fiscal responsibility; deliver presentations as requested and educate students on topics associated with financial wellness including but not limited to budgeting, borrowing, money management, loan repayment, and long-term fiscal responsibility. Additional responsibilities include: Networking with community members and businesses to establish outside partnerships and possible sponsorships; assisting in assessments to further guide the Financial Wellness Collaborative; connecting with faculty and staff across campus to ensure that financial wellness is promoted throughout the institution.
Skills Desired: Schedule flexibility to accommodate for campus events, financial wellness workshops, classroom presentations, and any other additional obligations the position entails; previous demonstration of teamwork and collaborative skills; obtained a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 or higher. Preferred qualifications include: Prior involvement on-campus, including student organizations, residence life, orientation, peer advising, tutoring, and/or success coaching; experience serving in a supervisory role; knowledge in finance, including but not limited to related fields such as Financial Aid, Personal Financial Planning, and/or Individual Fiscal Responsibility.
Schedule: 4-5 hrs/wk with potential for more. 
Apply Online

WORK STUDY - Global Engagement - seeks two Front Desk Assistants

Duties Include: Reception, answer phones, greet and direct students to appropriate staff, schedule appointments, filing, deliver campus mail daily.
Skills Desired: Proficiency with MS Word, Excel and Outlook Calendar is desired. Must be reliable, committed, and possess a good work ethic.
Schedule: Candidate must be available to start immediately.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume and Fall class schedule to Gina Carman, OGE Office Supervisor,

WORK STUDY Community Service - Isabella County Parks & Recreation - seeks a Park Ranger

Duties Include: Participate in the maintenance of a county park performing general grounds upkeep, assist in the completion of maintenance projects such as janitorial duties, work on special event preparations, and complete other work assignments as provided by the supervisor. Range: $9.45 - 10.43.
Skills Desired: Grounds keeping skills preferred but not necessary.
Schedule: Flexible during Park Hours: Sun - Sat, 8a - 10p.
To Apply: Email an  Isabella County Application, resume, Work Study award amount and class schedule if applicable to Miranda Walker,

GSA - Laboratory and Field Safety - seeks a Student Assistant

Duties Include:  Answer phones; email correspondence with students and faculty; maintain training records; lab door sign creation and delivery; weekly lab coat delivery; and miscellaneous tasks in support of the OLFS staff.
Skills Desired: Computer skills (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint); ability to communicate effectively in person, on the phone, and in writing; ability to work independently once the skills of the position are mastered; ability to meet deadlines; administrative skills (telephone, filing, organization, scanning, and laminating); GPA of at least 3.2.
Schedule: Afternoons, Noon - 5pm, a minimum 2 days/wk. Initially, must be available to work some morning hours for training with transition to a permanent, afternoon work schedule.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Jennifer Marrs,

GSA - Medicine - seeks a Translator

Duties Include: Translate short documents (generally less than 500 words) from English into French, Italian, and/or German; proofread existing translations (French and/or Italian); initial need to translate a backlog of such documents including blog posts and academic abstracts, followed by a sporadic need as new documents are gradually generated on an unpredictable schedule.
Skills Desired: Intermediate to advanced proficiency in written French, Italian, and/or German; familiarity with academic writing conventions in English and the target language; an interest in social sciences, qualitative research, autism, and/or disability studies is a plus.
Schedule: Intermittent work throughout the Summer and Academic Year.
To Apply: Email a letter of interest and a resume to Dr. Ariel Cascio,

WORK STUDY - Medicine: SP-Simulation Center - seeks an Office Assistant

Duties Include: Assist staff with documentation, event set up, data input, and event management.
Skills Desired: Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Excel programs; ability to maintain confidentiality, punctuality, and self-motivated; willingness to do various tasks and ask questions if unsure; strong written and verbal communication skills, and attention to detail.
Schedule: 12-20 hrs/wk.
To Apply: Email a  cover letter and resume to Rachel Older,

GSA and WORK STUDY - Museum of Cultural and Natural History - seeks a Museum Assistant

Duties Include: Assist in preparing museum programs, maintenance of museum galleries and work areas, record-keeping, work in all collections areas including with taxidermied mounts and fluid collections, receptionist duties as needed.
Skills Desired: Punctuality, dependability, working with the public, teamwork, attention to detail and communication, and being a self-starter are required. Preferred skills and experience include natural history or biology experience, and museum experience.
Schedule: 8-12 hrs/wk, Mon - Fri, 8a - 5p, with occasional Saturdays, 1p - 5p.
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume and completed application to Deadline for application is Friday, August 23, at 5:00pm.

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 - Risk Management & Environmental Health and Safety - seeks a Student Assistant

Duties Include: Answer phones and take detailed messages; assist with walk-in traffic; create forms, documents and labels in Microsoft Word; create and maintain databases and spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel; order office supplies; do filing; run errands on campus and hand deliver mail; data entry; operate and maintain various department equipment such as a copier, fax, scanner and laminator; assist with routine checks of AED equipment across campus; and special projects as needed.
Skills Desired: Experience with Word and Excel; attention to detail; ability to maintain confidentiality.
Schedule: Flexible with classes, 15 hrs/wk. 
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, letter of recommendation and references to

WORK STUDY - Statistics, Actuarial and Data Sciences - seeks an Office Assistant

Duties Include: General office duties, answering phones and forward or take messages as needed, scan and copy projects on behalf of professors, greeting visitors, assist faculty and staff, and deliver interdepartmental mail as needed.
Skills Desired: Office experience is preferred, but not required; excellent written/oral communication skills, strong attention to detail, self-motivated, willing to do various tasks, not afraid to ask questions if unsure of a task given and ability to present a professional face is required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office is required, experience with Photoshop and Publisher is preferred. 
Schedule: Flexible with classes during office hours, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Dr. Carl Lee,

WORK STUDY - Student Account Services & University Billing - seeks a Student Clerk

Duties Include: Type memos, forms, and form letters; enter and update data ; answer telephone and take messages; copying, filing; stuff envelopes for mass mailings; process incoming coin; open and sort mail; deliver mail to and from other campus departments; simple recordkeeping including recording information, totaling numbers, and routine calculations; scanning and indexing documents; and process payments and departmental deposits. 
Skills Desired: Ability to maintain positive interpersonal relationships; maintain confidentiality of work; complete assigned duties with accuracy; data entry level accounting experience; proficient in Excel and Word Skills; ability to complete assignments with minimal direct supervision; knowledge of office policies and procedures; keyboarding skills; ten-key calculator; and cashiering. 
Schedule: 10-15 hrs/wk, between 10a - 3p.
To Apply: Email a resume to Karmen Grondin,

WORK STUDY - Teacher Education and Professional Development - seeks an Office Assistant

Duties Include: Position serves as a receptionist for both the EHS Center for Student Services and Teacher Education and Professional Development. Duties will include managing incoming call triage, scheduling advising appointments, checking students in and out of advising appointments, scanning documents, accepting paperwork, creating teacher education photo IDs, and performing additional special projects for faculty and staff. 
Skills Desired: Prior office experience preferred. Must be skilled in Microsoft Office Suite and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. A positive, self-motivated, dependable and adaptable personality is required.
Schedule: Tues & Thurs mornings, Mon. afternoons, and/or Wed, Thurs, Fri's for a few hours mid-day. Additional hours are possible. 
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and references to Cassie Sprague,

GSA - Technical Services - seeks a ResNet Depot Technician

Duties Include:  Help on-campus residents connect to Central's internet, wireless, and other network resources. ResNet Depot Technicians assist incoming students with network registration, device setup, and general IT problems encountered with the residential network. Job responsibilities include software installation and configuration, basic hardware troubleshooting, network configuration, and communicating with students. This short-term position may lead into a longer position with CMU's Office of Information Technology.
Skills Desired: Basic computer knowledge of Windows and/or Mac; a friendly, customer-oriented attitude; the ability to work well with others; the ability to take directions and complete tasks with minimal supervision, staying on task.
Schedule: Afternoons Aug 17 - Aug 28, seven days a week; minimum of 2 hour shifts. Early on-campus move-in accommodations will be provided. 
Apply Online

GSA - Technical Operations - seeks a Web Developer

Duties Include: Designing user interfaces and coding web applications and API's.
Skills Desired: Freshmen are encouraged to apply and training is provided. TechOps developers have gone on to work for large corporations, join tech companies or start a business of their own. Required qualifications include self-motivation, willingness to learn from others, ability to work on a team, ability to carefully follow written and verbal instructions, at least two years of eligibility remaining (graduating May 2021 or later and planning to work until graduation), and interest in web development. Desired qualifications include experience with Python, Django, Git, HTML, CSS, Javascript, user interface and experience design, databases, and the command line.
Schedule: Required to work a minimum of 15 hrs/wk in shifts of at least 2 hrs between 8a - 5p, Mon - Fri. Within these parameters you can usually set your own schedule. 
Apply Online

WORK STUDY - University Art Gallery - seeks a Gallery Attendant

Duties Include: Serve as receptionist and security, open and close the gallery, keep track of attendance, and assist in installing art exhibitions.
Skills Desired: Reliable, responsible, able to lift 50 lbs, able to climb a 16 foot ladder, and basic computer skills
Schedule: Flexible during gallery hours, Tue - Fri, 11a - 6p and Saturdays. 
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and fall schedule to Anne Gochenour,

GSA and WORK STUDY - University Events - seeks Event Crew

Duties Include: Responsible for event setup duties including transportation, maintenance, and inventory of UE equipment and furniture. Will be involved in on the job and formal training sessions that may include but are not limited to: leadership, venue safety, and event logistics. Applicants should have the ability to excel within a dynamic team structure. Other responsibilities include preparation and restoration of event venues before and after use. Ability to operate a CMU vehicle is required and must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Work uniform requirement to include black pants (no jeans), black work shoes, and shirt supplied by department. 
Skills Desired: Willingness to learn and follow instructions is essential. Must maintain a positive demeanor to CMU customers and the public, and must be adaptable with changing event needs and schedules. Applicants should be self-starters who are detail oriented and able to multitask with minimal direction. Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently is critical. Must display continued integrity, positivity, and maturity while working late nights, early mornings, and long shifts. Applicants should be able to work and communicate effectively in a team setting while maximizing productivity. Those selected that show initiative may be selected for future leadership roles.
Schedule: Frequent night and weekend work required. Late nights, early mornings and long shifts.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and resume listing skills and interest to

GSA and WORK STUDY - University Events - seeks an Event Technician

Duties Include: Will be involved in on the job and formal training sessions that may include but are not limited to: audio, lighting, and other A/V applications. Must be able to work at heights in excess of 6 feet. Responsible for preparing, maintaining, and operating UE technical equipment. Other responsibilities include preparation & restoration of event venues before and after use. Ability to operate a CMU vehicle is required and must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Work uniform requirement to include black pants (no jeans), black work shoes, and shirt supplied by department.
Skills Desired: Based on job requirements cell phone use is not permitted during work. Willingness to learn and follow instructions is essential. Must maintain a positive demeanor to CMU customers and the public, and must be adaptable with changing event needs and schedules. Applicants should be self-starters who are detail oriented and able to multitask with minimal direction. Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently is critical. Must display continued integrity, positivity, and maturity while working late nights, early mornings, and long shifts.
Schedule: Frequent night and weekend work required. Late nights, early mornings and long shifts.
To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter listing skills and interest to

GSA and WORK STUDY - University Recreation

CMU's University Recreation department offers a variety of employment opportunities at the Student Activity Center. The SAC work environment prides itself on being not just a job, but also an experience. No matter what your academic focus, URec Student Staff gain valuable lifelong skills from their employment experiences at the SAC. With more than a million users and visitors coming into the SAC each year, student staff gets to work in a diverse environment and share a unique employment experience.
Current openings:

GSA and WORK STUDY - WCMU - seeks TV Production Crew

Duties Include: Operate cameras, audio, chyron, and floor direct.
Skills Desired: Video production experience.
Schedule: Hours available on MoWe, 10a - 2p.
To Apply: Email a resume and class schedule to Chris Ogozaly,