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 Office of Student Financial Aid in Alumni Hall at: 607-871-2150.

Here is the payroll schedule for student workers.

Notes:

  • 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 unless otherwise noted.

Available Jobs:


Job: 
Audio Visual Resources Assistant 
ID: 1664
Duties:
Managing the Division of Sculpture/Dimensional Studies audio/visual equipment check-out/check-in system and maintain inventory of equipment; maintain the organization of the audio/visual equipment room.
Qualifications:
Experience with digital audio/visual equipment; dependable;organized; preferably not an art student.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4/9.70 (2-3 positions)
Contact:
Diane Lox, Binns B10A
Submitted:
9/20/2017

Job: 
Peer Tutor (Center for Academic Success) 
ID: 1662
Duties:
Attend all trainings, facilitate learning of course concepts, help students practice for exams, assist students with study skills, report to assistant director of CAS on progress.
Qualifications:
At least a B+ in the course, recommendation from a faculty member, and good people skills
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 / Minimum Wage (25 Openings)
Contact:
Leah Houk / Herrick Library / 607-871-2148
Submitted:
8/24/2017

Job: 
International Programs Assistant 
ID: 1661
Duties:
Duties include managing the office's general e-mail account (study abroad); creating and updating student files; managing our Facebook presence; planning scheduling and executing study abroad class visits; representing the Office of International Programs at campus events (fairs, tabling, parent or student presentations); marketing of office events and programming, including coordination of an annual photo contest; and other projects or tasks as needed.
Qualifications:
AU Study Abroad or international student experience is preferred. Prior experience working independently with select Microsoft Office programs. Must be detail-oriented, demonstrate good oral and written communication skills, have excellent time management skills, and be a willing learner.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 - 20 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Jeanne Marion / Perlman 109 / 607-871-2094
Submitted:
8/27/2017

Job: 
Art History Work Study 
ID: 1660
Duties:
Upkeep of Art History blog; clerical and general assistance to chair and faculty of division.
Qualifications:
Punctual, efficient, good with detail work.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
20 / Minimum Wage (2 Openings)
Contact:
Hope Childers / Harder 428 A / 310-420-7595
Submitted:
8/30/2017

Job: 
Office Assistant (CLAS Dean) 
ID: 626
Duties:
General office duties and research projects as directed by the Dean or the office staff. Creation and maintenance of databases and spreadsheets. Receptionist duties when necessary.
Qualifications:
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel and Word. Ability to work independently. Student must sign confidentiality agreement due to the nature of records and materials in office. Experience with social media preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 - 4 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Sue Wood / Seidlin 201 / 607-871-2171
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
Bike Hub Employee 
ID: 625
Duties:
Assist students, faculty, and staff in checking out and returning bikes. Ensure users have the appropriate paperwork on file. Keep program director apprised of all problems, changes, or questions regarding bikes. Fit bikes to users, conduct checklist of safety reviews before renting.
Qualifications:
Interest and knowledge of bicycles. Training provided. Work-Study preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 6 / Minimum Wage (4 openings)
Contact:
MT Sick / Powell Campus Center / 607-871-2133
Submitted:
9/18/2017

Job: 
Intramural Referee 
ID: 618
Duties:
Officiate, supervise, and help monitor and run the intramural leagues and tournaments.
Qualifications:
Available in the evenings; prior officiating experience preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 - 15 / minimum wage (8 openings)
Contact:
Adam DuPree / McLane Center / 607-871-2892
Submitted:
9/18/2017

Job: 
Lacrosse Manager 
ID: 616
Duties:
Filming practice, organizing and preparing for practices and games.
Qualifications:
Microsoft
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
6 - 12 / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Jason Lockner / McLane Center / 607-871-2890
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
Grounds Worker 
ID: 615
Duties:
Mowing, weed eating, setups for special events, distribution of materials, etc. Snow shoveling
Qualifications:
Ability to lift 50lbs and work in any weather conditions. Some weekend hours are available.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / Minimum Wage (6 openings)
Contact:
Richard Walker, Physical Plant / 607-871-2802
Submitted:
8/24/2017

Job: 
WGST Program Student Assistant 
ID: 600
Duties:
1) Take the lead in creating and formatting for publication the Alphadelphian newsletter; 2) Organize student participation in WGST Program activities; 3) Assist with publicity of WGST events; and 4) Assist with office work.
Qualifications:
Good organizational skills; strong writing and word processing skills.
Available:
Spring Semester
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
2 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Laurie McFadden, Herrick Library Rm 204 / 607-871-2385
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Student Library Assistant 
ID: 590
Duties:
Provide after school tutoring with the supervision of Literacy Volunteers. Work directly with Library Director to develop a Reading Program for local children. Duties may also include assisting library users during all open hours. Saturday morning program possible.
Qualifications:
Education majors preferred, but not required. Must have own transportation.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
2 - 4 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Mrs. Crandall / Financial Aid Office / 607-871-2159
Submitted:
9/18/2017

Job: 
Production Stagehand / Electrician / Carpenter 
ID: 584
Duties:
Duties vary according to production schedule: building scenery; painting, hanging, circuiting, and focusing lighting equipment; assisting in scene shop; preparing theatre spaces for theatre productions; operating spaces and equipment for concerts and productions; facilities and equipment maintenance, and other duties as assigned. Some nights and weekends required.
Qualifications:
Dependable, able to follow directions and safety procedures, attentive to details, willing to work, able to work in a group, familiarity with basic woodworking tools helpful but not necessary, interested in learning new skills.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
Variable Minimum Wage (8 - 10 openings)
Contact:
Z. Hamm, Division of Performing Arts / Miller Performing Arts Center / 607-871-2562
Submitted:
9/19/2017

Job: 
Scan Specialist & Assistant (Statutory) 
ID: 556
Duties:
Scanning invoices, sorting, reviewing & filing. Miscellaneous duties, mail sorting, photocopying, and various other duties as needed.
Qualifications:
Hours needed Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1 PM - 3:30 PM. Knowledge how to scan, use Adobe Acrobat Pro, review accurately in a timely manner, alphabetical and numerical filing, attention to detail, accuracy, confidentiality and ability to multi-task. Dependability is a must!!! You must be prepared to show up and work at your scheduled time. Proper office attire required. Prior office experience preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
5-10/ Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Lisa M. Porter / 607-871-2168
Submitted:
8/24/2017

Job: 
Visual Resources Assistant 
ID: 552
Duties:
scanning, cataloging, data entry, organizing digital objects, movie editing.
Qualifications:
Attention to detail. Must be able to work independently. Experience with Excel, photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro. A willingness to learn new skills.
Available:
Fall Semester
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 8 / minimum wage (1 opening)
Contact:
John Hosford / Scholes Library, Rm 216 / 607-587-9457
Submitted:
8/24/2017

Job: 
Barn Assistant 
ID: 547
Duties:
Feed, water, and turn out of horses; general barn chores and custodial work and maintenance of grounds and buildings.
Qualifications:
Knowledge of horses and handling is preferred; the ability to work unsupervised and lift 50lbs is required.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
9 / Minimum Wage (12 openings)
Contact:
Justin Snyder, Equestrian Center, 607-587-9012
Submitted:
9/18/2017

Job: 
Office Assistant (Art Office) 
ID: 538
Duties:
Update School Facebook page, assist with event calendar submissions. Be familiar with InDesign and Photoshop. Ability to print publications/displays for Art Office. Interest in research other school publications.
Qualifications:
Reliability and good computer/design skills and people skills.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / minimum wage
Contact:
Billie Burns / Binns-Merrill /607-871-2442
Submitted:
8/24/2017

Job: 
Receptionist/Office Assistant (Art & Design) 
ID: 523
Duties:
Greet visitors, handle incoming phone calls, and perform general administrative assistance to assist Dean's Office in its daily functions.
Qualifications:
Organized, friendly, dependable, attention to detail, ability to handle confidential matter in a discrete manner.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
up to 10 / minimum wage (2-3 openings)
Contact:
Cathleen Johnson / BMH 156 / 607-871-2412
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
Social Media Assistant 
ID: 521
Duties:
Work with the Director of Marketing and the Digital Content Specialist to develop a calendar for social media posts and campaigns. Assist with posting and monitoring the various Alfred University social media channels. Take photos & videos to post from campus and student activities.
Qualifications:
Excellent communication and writing skills. Well organized. Responsible. Dependable. Able to work well independently and with groups.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
5 / Minimum Wage (3 openings)
Contact:
Jodi Bailey / Greene Hall / 607-871-3170
Submitted:
9/19/2017

Job: 
Language Lab Assistant 
ID: 500
Duties:
Close down the Language Lab, Perlman 105, Monday - Friday afternoons. Maintain lab equipment. Provide general office support, such as photo copying, scanning, hanging posters, and making trips to the mailroom.
Qualifications:
Experience with computers. Proficiency in a foreign language preferred. Late afternoon availability.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Michele Gaffney, Modern Languages / Perlman 213 / 607-871-2181
Submitted:
8/27/2017

Job: 
A/V Student Worker 
ID: 483
Duties:
Set up for events, run lights and sound in Holmes Auditorium, assist with A?V during campus events.
Qualifications:
Interest in technical theatre/A/V, customer service attitude.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10+ / Minimum Wage (5 openings)
Contact:
Daniel Hausman / Holmes Auditorium / ext. 2167
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
Office Assistant/ Box Office Personnel  
ID: 477
Duties:
General office work, some computer work, filing, copying, pick up and distribute posters, pick up and take mail, water pianos, assist with box office (set up and organize, record reservations, work the box office for productions, responsible for money for tickets, work closely with stage manager, house manager, and director during each production), other duties as required.
Qualifications:
Dependable, self-motivated, willing to work, honest, sense of humor, enjoys organizing, able to follow directions, familiar with basic office equipment and procedures, attentive to details, comfortable working with the public, able to work evenings at times of productions.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 - 15 / Minimum wage ( 2 openings )
Contact:
Lisa Lantz, Division of Performing Arts / Miller / 607-871-2562
Submitted:
9/19/2017

Job: 
Costume Shop Assistant 
ID: 473
Duties:
To assist Costumer in construction and care of costumes.
Qualifications:
Dependable, able to follow directions, attentive to details, willing to work, able to work in a group, sewing experience extremely helpful, interested in learning new skills sense of humor.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
Variable / Minimum Wage ( 4 - 8 openings)
Contact:
D. MacCrea, Division of Performing Arts / Miller / 607-871-2562
Submitted:
9/19/2017

Job: 
Museum Attendants 
ID: 464
Duties:
Monitoring of art gallery visitors, greeting and answering questions. Also required for evening receptions. Additional assistance with unpacking and moving valuable art work; cataloguing and data entry, and other duties as needed.
Qualifications:
Comfortable with the public; some knowledge of ceramics; reliable and careful; computer data entry and former museum or gallery experience a plus.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 10 / Minimum Wage (4 - 5 Openings)
Contact:
Caitlin Brown, Ceramic Museum Main Street / 607-871-2421
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
Museum Assistant Preparator 
ID: 455
Duties:
Assisting the Chief Preparator in the installation of art objects for museum exhibitions; aids in the fabrication, installation and disassembly of temporary and permanent museum exhibits.
Qualifications:
Wood shop training offered by the School of Art and Design. As well as general knowledge of proper tool and shop safety. Must be able to lift 50lbs.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 10 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Mahlon Huston, Ceramic Museum Main Street / 607-871-2421
Submitted:
8/17/2017

Job: 
EH&S Office Assistant 
ID: 445
Duties:
Assist with trainings, projects and inspections. Errands, answering phone and taking messages, filing, copying, organizing, data entry (Ecxel).
Qualifications:
Interest in environmental health and safety; chemical, science, or emergency response background helpful. Familiar with MS Office programs and publishing a plus. Quick learner, focused, self-starter, and self-motivated to complete assigned task in a timely manner with high quality essential.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 maximum / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Dean Perry, EH&S / Myers Hall 117 / 607-871-2196
Submitted:
8/24/2017

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