Summer Job Postings

SUMMER 2016
Enrollment in Summer is not required to receive Summer Work Study. To determine if you are eligible for Summer Work Study, call or visit Student Employment Services, 989.774.3881, UC 121.

Contact departments directly to pursue a job.


 

GSA - Annual Giving - seeks a Student Caller
Duties Include: We are looking for fun, outgoing, hard-working CMU students to join our staff! Successful candidates will have excellent telephone communication skills, be fluent in English, outgoing, have a great attitude, and willing to ask for donations.
Skills Desired: A positive attitude, a desire to learn, and sales experience are a plus.
Schedule: Candidates must be able to work 3 shifts. Available shifts: Mon - Thu, 5:45p-9:30p; some Fri, 12-4p shifts will be available as extra shifts.
To Apply: http://bit.ly/1TheSZ6.

 

GSA - Biology - seeks a Herbarium Collections Assistant
Duties Include: Assist in the maintenance and organization of the Biology Department Herbarium, a natural history collection of pressed plants; work on multiple small data management projects, preparation of specimens, and general tasks. There are additional opportunities to work on your own undergraduate research project, if desired. It is not a requirement to be a Biology major.
Skills Desired: High level of organization and strong work ethic; attention to detail; ability to work independently on given projects. Preference given to those available to work long-term into the 2016 – 2017 school year.
Schedule: Up to a regular 40 hrs/wk with flexible hours during standard business hours, M-F, 8a - 5p.
To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, contact information for 2 references, and transcripts to Anna Monfils, monfi1ak@cmich.edu.

 

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:

Catering Team Member

 

GSA and WORK STUDY - Facilities Management seeks a HVAC Controls Assistant 
Duties Include: Assists pulling wires for Controls, installs electronic devices and wiring, labels equipment, and decommissions pneumatic devices. Assists Controls Shop personnel as directed by supervisor.
Skills Desired
: Must have knowledge and experience with hand and small power tools; must be comfortable on ladders and with heights; must be able to lift 25 pounds; must have a valid driver's license and be able to pass a driver's license check. Additional qualifications desired are a background with electronics and computers, mechanical experience, and experience with Microsoft Word and Excel.
Schedule: During the summer, the applicant will work 40 hrs/wk , M-F, 7:30am - 4pm. Job will extend into the academic year and be limited to no more than 25 hrs/wk.
To Apply: http://bit.ly/XZ0El0

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GSA and WORK STUDY– Global Campus seeks a IT/Facilities Student Assistant
Duties Include: Filing, answering phones, order and stock supplies for CMU Global Campus facility, prepare, sort, and distribute various mail, make daily deliveries to departments on campus, and assist staff and students. IT duties include: help desk assistance, set up and maintain office equipment, data entry, and assist with asset management information. Physical duties include: shovel snow, salt and clean up of area, clean off cars, move equipment, furniture, and large boxes, and daily upkeep and maintenance of CMU state cars for CMU Global Campus including oil changes, warranty items, keeping vehicles filled and maintain updated records of all repairs and maintenance.                                                                                                                                                           Skills Desired: Teach, work independently, understand and gain new skills.
Schedule: Up to 40 hrs/wk. 
Apply online     


GSA and WORK STUDY– Information Technology seeks a Resnet Depot Technician
Duties Include:  Communicate with customers in-person and by phone or email; connect devices to CMU's network; install and update software; and troubleshoot basic computer issues.
Skills Desired: Ideal candidates have an interest in technology and a willingness to learn. On-the-job training is provided.
Schedule: Flexible schedule, up to 40 hrs/wk, M-F, 12-8p,  Aug. 20-31.
Apply online.          


GSA and WORK STUDY– Information Technology: Technical Services – seeks a Level-3 Technician
Duties Include: Provide on-site, carry-in, and drop-off repairs and other IT services for CMU's staff, faculty, and students; maintain, upgrade, diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair any hardware or software issues for desktop computers, laptops and netbooks, servers, peripherals, printers, tablets, and smartphones. Our services also include consultation, research, testing, documenting solutions for new and existing systems, and training users.
Skills Desired: Customer service background;  current industry-standard certifications are strongly encouraged such as CompTIA's A+; comfortable with current and popular computer operating systems, devices, and software; able to independently search for answers or create solutions to obscure and complicated problems.
Schedule: Flexible hours within M-F, 8a – 8p, Weekends, Noon - 8p. Openings vary by semester. If selected, you will be contacted for an interview.
Apply online.

 

GSA – Institutional Diversity & Inclusion – seeks a TRIO Upward Bound - Evening Mentor
Duties Include: Under the direct supervision of the Upward Bound Director, Evening Mentors supervise high school students in a summer residential, academic support program. The position requires dormitory residence during the summer program, supervision of 8-12 high school students, and has the following responsibilities: Live in dormitory unit and assist with the daily implementation of the total residence program; supervise, monitor and evaluate 8-12 male and/or female high school residents in a co-ed dormitory unit; assist the Upward Bound Academic Advisor with Move-In and Move-Out day procedures for the Summer Academy program; assist the Director and Academic Advisor in Summer Academy Student Orientation Day activities; monitor progress in ALL Summer Academy Courses; monitor students and assist the residence hall coordinator in the implementation during resident evening and weekend activities including speakers, movies, and workshops; monitor students during cultural activities, educational experiences, community service projects, and social events; plan and execute three workshops during the three week summer residence program; assist the Director and/or Academic Advisor with the daily "Bed Check" roster and Newspaper with weather and upcoming events; participate in daily resident unit staff meetings, team meetings, fieldtrips, and ALL additional activities; complete an incident report form and/or a medical emergency report form, and any additional program report or form as necessary; assist the Director in monitoring and supervising the closing ceremony; monitor and supervise student residents within the residence hall, campus, during free time, leaving and returning to rooms; and assist with all additional duties as assigned by the Director. The Evening Mentor is compensated with room and board along with a wage with experience for the three weeks (June 19 – July 8, 2016) on campus. Participation in the Out of Class Learning Experience may be available depending on program needs; however this is on a volunteer basis. Program Dates are as follows: 3-Week Residential Program at Central Michigan University is June 20 – July 8, 2016; 2 Week Academic Program in Detroit is July 11 – July 21, 2016; 1 Week Out of school Learning Experience is July 22 – July 29, 2016. (Dates are tentative and location to be announced)
Schedule: Must be available Mon - Fri at 4pm and on weekends.
To Apply:  Email cover letter and resume to Primavera Jimenez, jimen1pe@cmich.edu.

 

WORK STUDY– Media Services – seeks a Student Technician
Duties Include: Mediated classroom installation, upgrade, maintenance, and on site troubleshooting; assist with installation and support of classrooms, audio visual equipment and associated infrastructure.
Skills Desired: Hard-working individuals desiring to improve the classroom technology on campus. Training is provided, however, applicants must have a general knowledge of basic technologies. Applicants also must be comfortable lifting heavy equipment and climbing ladders.
Schedule: Flexible during primary hours of operation, 8a-5p, with some night shifts available.
To Apply: Email résumés to media@cmich.edu.

 

GSA – Medicine– seeks a Technology Support Analyst
Duties Include: Engage faculty, staff and students to resolve technical problems and answer IT-related questions, both locally and remotely; troubleshoot issues including Ethernet and wireless connectivity, inkjet and Laserjet printers, computer hardware and software issues, malware removal, and basic audio/visual setups; create and maintain documentation; use tools such as Active Directory, Group Policy Management and System Center Configuration Manager.
Skills Desired: Ideal CMED Technology Support Analysts are technically-savvy and possess natural problem-solving skills; analysts are also expected to demonstrate exceptional verbal and written communication skills, maintain a high level of professionalism, be entrusted with the protection of sensitive information, hold a strong work ethic, and continue to seek additional learning opportunities.
Schedule: 15 - 40 hours of availability in 2 hour or longer increments, between 8a-5p, Mon - Fri.
To Apply: http://bit.ly/1srGk4P.

 

GSA – Medicine– seeks a Technology Support Analyst (Saginaw)
Duties Include: Applicants will be expected to regularly drive and report to our building in Saginaw for the following: Engage faculty, staff and students to resolve technical problems and answer IT-related questions, both locally and remotely; troubleshoot issues including Ethernet and wireless connectivity, inkjet and Laserjet printers, computer hardware and software issues, malware removal, and basic audio/visual setups; create and maintain documentation; use tools such as Active Directory, Group Policy Management and System Center Configuration Manager.
Skills Desired: Ideal candidates are local or willing to commute to Saginaw, and are technically savvy and possess natural problem solving skills. Analysts are also expected to demonstrate exceptional verbal and written communication skills, maintain a high level of professionalism, be entrusted with the protection of sensitive information, hold a strong work ethic, and continue to seek additional learning opportunities.
Schedule: 15 - 40 hours of availability in 2 hour or longer increments, between 8a-5p, Mon - Fri.
To Apply: E-mail cover letter and resume to Shaun Leininger, medtechs@cmich.edu.

 

GSA - MI GEAR UP/Pathways seeks a Student Assistant.
Duties Include: Supervise MI GEAR UP students in all areas of programming; lead team building activities; attend and help with field trips to colleges and universities; participate in service learning projects; create and conduct college-themed workshops; other duties as assigned.
Skills Desired: Must be passionate about working with high school students; strong writing and computer skills; strong communications skills and work ethic; ability to work as part of a team; College Positive Volunteer (CPV) certificate required; good critical thinking skills.
Schedule: The time commitment is Sunday – Friday working 12 hours shifts with the expectation of being "on call". The duration is 4 weeks starting June 13th - July 15th. This includes: (1) one week of mandatory training June 20th – June 24th (1) week of camp, and (1) week culminating travel to New Orleans, LA. The travel team will be determined by the Director after completion of campus week.
To Apply: Mail or email a cover letter and resume to Mary Henley, Director, GEAR UP/4S Pathways, 108 Bovee Center, Mount Pleasant, MI, 48859, 989.774.1585. or gearup@cmich.edu.

 

GSA and WORK STUDY– Park Librarycurrently there are no openings
The Charles V Park Library and the Clarke Historical Library offer flexible hours, a variety of responsibilities and a desirable work environment. Many student assistants stay with the libraries for their entire college careers. Job vacancies are filled from applications on-file and specific jobs are rarely advertised. Applicants must have a class schedule to apply. Check the library's web site for further hiring information and to apply online. Positions listed are examples and do not indicate vacancies: http://bit.ly/1bFAqH2.
Current Openings appear here.

 

GSA - Printing Services - seeks a Pre-Press Desktop Publishing Assistant
Duties Include: Graphic Design experience is needed to work with Pre-Press Specialist, preparing files for print and assisting with design projects as assigned.
Skills Desired: A strong knowledge of InDesign program is a must, with some experience in Photoshop and Illustrator.
Schedule: Weekdays, with 4 hour blocks availability, minimum
.
To Apply:
Email resume and cover letter to print@cmich.edu.


 

GSA and WORK STUDY– Public Broadcasting – seeks a Board Operator and Overnight Jazz & Blues Host
Duties Include: Under the supervision of the Program Director, this student employee serves as host of Nightside Jazz and Blues, a locally produced nightly music program. This includes selecting music and presenting it on air. The student also serves as a Board Operator during locally and nationally produced public radio programs, and assists with various production-related tasks.
Skills Desired: Ability to deliver material live on-air; experience operating broadcast equipment is preferred; punctuality and attention to detail is required; knowledge of jazz and blues music is highly encouraged; ability and working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel; basic knowledge of Adobe Audition Background in audio production.
Schedule: Must be available during evenings, overnight, and on holidays. Availability over Summer 2016 is required; availability during university shutdowns is preferred. Specific work hours are determined by management on an as-needed basis. Ideal applicants should be available 12 - 30 hrs/wk.
To Apply:  Email a letter of interest and resume to Mike Horace, Michael.Horace@cmich.edu.

 

GSA and WORK STUDY– Public Broadcasting – seeks a Radio Production Assistant
Duties Include: Under the supervision of the Program Director, this student is responsible for importing local and national programs into on-air playback systems, producing and editing local spots and programs, and posting stories to our website. The student also occasionally serves as a Board Operator during locally and nationally produced public radio programs, and assists with various production-related tasks.
Skills Desired: Background in Audio Production; working knowledge of audio editing software, including Adobe Audition; working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel; punctuality and attention to detail is required; familiarity with broadcast automation and playback systems is preferred; and familiarity with website and blogging software, such as Wordpress.
Schedule: Specific work hours are determined by management on an as-needed basis. Ideal applicants should be available 10 - 15 hrs/wk, between 8a - 6:30p. Availability over Summer 2016 is required; availability during university shutdowns is preferred. Some evening, weekend and holiday work may be required.
To Apply: Email a letter of interest and resume to Mike Horace, Michael.Horace@cmich.edu.

 

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 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.
Currently seeking:

Safety Education Instructor