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Employment Bulletin Board

Welcome to the Work Study job search bulletin board! Check out the list below, or Search to look for something specific.

Here are a few notes before you get started on your job search. If you have questions, you can contact the Financial Aid Office in Alumni Hall at: 871.2150.


  • You must have a green work-study interview card to apply for a college work-study position.
  • You cannot receive your green interview card until you have completed an I-9 form at the Payroll office.
  • Bring with you your original birth certificate or social security card, and your driver's license (with picture) or student ID card.
  • Returning students who have previously worked on campus do not have to complete another I-9 form.
  • All jobs listed are work-study and pay minimum wage ($7.25) unless otherwise noted.

Available Jobs:

Job: CYLI Program Assistant ID: 646
Duties: CYLI Suites will consist of an AU professor and local high school teacher who will collaborate on a lesson using AU resources. The Program Assistant will aid the educators during both the planning phase as well as the 4 on-site visits. Other duties as assigned.  
Qualifications: Enjoy working with youth as part of a team. Good grasp of written and oral communication with an approachable, outgoing personality desired. Attentiveness to detail and timeliness are critical.  
Available: Spring Semester  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: 5 / Minimum Wage (7 openings)  
Contact: Elizabeth Viszt / Myers Hall 339 / 607-871-2700  
Submitted: 2/03/2014  

Job: Engineering Laboratory Assistant ID: 639
Duties: Prepare inventory of lab equipment, work with supervisor to identify/clean/fix lab equipment for discarding/moving. Assist with calibration of lab and equipment.  
Qualifications: Engineering Student  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: 10 / Minimum Wage (4 openings)  
Contact: Tiffany Horton / Binns 160 / 607-871-2449  
Submitted: 8/23/2013  

Job: Bike Hub Assistant ID: 625
Duties: Repair and fix bikes, assist students with rental of bikes.

***** Position will not start until after spring break *****
Qualifications: Must be familiar with bikes and be able to fix bikes. Past experience working with bikes or on bikes a plus.  
Available: Spring Semester  
Job type: Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy  
Hours per week/wage rate: 5 / Minimum Wage  
Contact: Valerie Daciw / 607-871-2133  
Submitted: 1/30/2014  

Job: COMMUNITY SERVICE: Tutor - Reading/Math ID: 611
Duties: Alfred-Almond Elementary School: The tutor will work one on one or in small groups with students who are identified by classroom teachers as needing extra tutoring. Must have own transportation.  
Qualifications: Education majors preferred.

Candidates screened by Financial Aid.
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: Up to 10 / minimum wage  
Contact: Ervilla Crandall / Alumni Hall / 607-871-2159  
Submitted: 9/03/2013  

Job: Undergraduate Research Assistant ID: 593
Duties: Assisting with experiments, maintenance and cleaning of laboratories, other duties if necessary.  
Qualifications: Undergraduate student in Ceramic Engineering or Materials Science.  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: Varies / Minimum Wage  
Contact: Dr. Carty / McMahon Rm 207 / 607-871-2451  
Submitted: 8/13/2013  

Job: COMMUNITY SERVICE: Student Library Assistant ID: 590
Duties: As a representative of the Almond Library: strives to enhance a patron's experience, works in conjunction with library personnel to perform clerical duties as necessary, performs necessary tasks required of the day-to-day operations of the library, covers the desk when library personnel are busy with other duties, assist library personnel with the maintenance of an active program of public relations through Web and Facebook postings.  
Qualifications: Ability to work independently within prescribed responsibilities, familiarity with office procedures and tasks associated with clerical work. Tact and courtesy when dealing with staff and public. Ability to understand and follow oral and written communication. Working knowledge of computer skills and usage.  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: 5 - 10 / Minimum Wage  
Contact: Mrs. Crandall / Financial Aid Office / 607-871-2159  
Submitted: 8/31/2013  

Job: Visual Resources Assistant/Art History Projects ID: 581
Duties: Entering data into the slide catalog database using Microsoft Access. Slide scanning, copy photography, and image editing using Adobe Photoshop software. Other tasks as assigned.  
Qualifications: Computer literacy needed. Will train in scanning procedures, copy photography, and data entry. Prefer someone with interest in digital imaging and some experience with Photoshop software. Attention to detail necessary. Must follow instructions well and be able to work independently. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Access, and Excel a plus.  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: 6-12 / Minimum Wage (3 Openings)  
Contact: John Hosford,Scholes Library / 607-871-2944  
Submitted: 8/13/2013  

Job: Painter Assistant ID: 530
Duties: Painting on buildings and grounds, interior and some exterior. Also use of detergents and equipment to remove graffiti.  
Qualifications: Experience preferred. Must be able to maintain cleanliness around paint and chemicals to keep spills and mess to a minimum.  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: Various / Minimum Wage (3 openings)  
Contact: Kevin Dodge / 607-871-2211 or 607-871-2169  
Submitted: 8/28/2013  

Job: Athletic Event Staff/Game Day Operations ID: 408
Duties: This position involves working with the athletics game day manager to facilitate game day operations and make all events run smoothly. Duties can include set-up and tear down of athletic games, scoreboard operations, ball retrieval, security, and more for all athletic varsity sporting events.  
Qualifications: Must be reliable, work well with others, high attention to detail, and available evenings and weekends to work home games. Experience playing or working in sports preferred.  
Available: Both Semesters  
Job type: Workstudy Position  
Hours per week/wage rate: 9 / Minimum Wage (20 openings)  
Contact: Tony Aquilina / McLane Center / 607-871-2892  
Submitted: 8/13/2013