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: 
Gallery Technician 
ID: 1659
Duties:
Duties include pedestal and wall repair, painting, sanding, exhibition installation and strike, receiving and shipping artwork, cleaning, and organization and inventory of tools and materials.
Qualifications:
Punctuality, attention to detail, ability to lift 50 lbs. Training will be provided.
Available:
Spring Semester
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 - 7 / Minimum Wage (1 - 2 openings)
Contact:
Cindy DeFelice / Cohen Gallery / 607-871-2369
Submitted:
2/07/0201

Job: 
Video Operator for Basketball Games and Practices 
ID: 648
Duties:
Film men's and women's home games as well as occasional men's basketball practices.
Qualifications:
**
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
Varies 5 - 12 / Minimum Wage
Contact:
Russ Phillips /McLane Center / 607-871-2898
Submitted:
10/24/2016

Job: 
Engineering Laboratory Assistant 
ID: 639
Duties:
Prepare inventory of lab equipment, work with supervisor to identify/clean/repair lab equipment for discarding/moving. Assist with calibration of lab and set up of labs/equipment. Help maintain the cleanliness of the facility and communicate all issues to area supervisors in a timely fashion. Work with facility managers to implement solutions for archival and storage of samples, consumables, documents, equipment, and spare parts. Make cosmetic improvements to facility area. Help to develop and test web tools for scheduling, information dissemination, and promotion of campus microscopy facilities.
Qualifications:
Engineering Student
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
15 / Minimum Wage (10 openings)
Contact:
Tiffany Horton / Binns 160 / 607-871-2953
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Football Manager 
ID: 636
Duties:
Managers will be responsible for setting up the field, breaking down the field, filming practices, downloading film onto the editing system and sometimes cutting the film afterwards. Driving university vehicles may also be necessary.
Qualifications:
Qualify for work-study.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
15 / Minimum Wage (4 openings)
Contact:
Brady Bonaquisti Jr. / McLane Center / 607-871-2788
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Holmes Auditorium Student Worker 
ID: 630
Duties:
Assist with events by doing the following: run sound or lights, work backstage, and keep auditorium organized. Nights and weekends required.
Qualifications:
Customer service skills, theatre or A/V experience helpful.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10+ / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Dan Hausman / Holmes Aud, Harder Hall / 607-871-2167
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Bike Hub Assistant 
ID: 625
Duties:
Rent bikes out to students and use computer program to track rentals. Fix bikes as needed.
Qualifications:
Must have experience with fixing bikes and have fixed bikes or worked on bikes in a previous setting or job.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 6 / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Valerie Daciw / 607-871-2133
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Student Fundraising Representative 
ID: 623
Duties:
To call alumni, parents, and friends of the University in an effort to raise funds for AU's annual giving effort, to update our contact information, and to otherwise engage them with the University.
Qualifications:
Positive attitude. Good communication and telephone skills. Reliable, responsible, and punctual. Excellent AU Ambassador.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
15 / Minimum Wage (35 openings)
Contact:
Jodi Bailey / Fasano House / 607-871-2526
Submitted:
8/26/2016

Job: 
Intramural Referee 
ID: 618
Duties:
Officiate, supervise, and help monitor and run intramural leagues and tournaments.
Qualifications:
Available in the evenings; prior officiating experience preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
3 - 15 / minimum wage (8 openings)
Contact:
Russ Phillips / McLane Center / 607-871-2898
Submitted:
8/25/2016

Job: 
Lacrosse Manager 
ID: 616
Duties:
Data entry, attend practices, organize equipment, filming, assist with tours.
Qualifications:
Communication skills, computer skills.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
6 - 15 / Minimum Wage (1-2 openings)
Contact:
Jason Lockner / McLane Center / 607-871-2890
Submitted:
8/25/2016

Job: 
Grounds Worker 
ID: 615
Duties:
Mowing, weed eating, painting, athletic fields - Snow Shoveling!
Qualifications:
Ability to lift 40lbs and work in any weather conditions.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / Minimum Wage (5 openings)
Contact:
Richard Walker, Physical Plant / 607-871-2802
Submitted:
9/01/2016

Job: 
Distance Learning Videographer 
ID: 612
Duties:
Transport, set-up, film, and remove camera system from classroom. Carefully record instructor's lecture, lecture support material and demonstrations as requested by teaching faculty. It is important to support the lecturer and capture the classroom presentation for the distance learning student.
Qualifications:
Available time to record DL classes without it interfering with student's schedule. Previous experience using a video camera is preferred, but not necessary.
Available:
Fall Semester
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / Minimum Wage (4 openings)
Contact:
Katherine Decker / Binns-Merrill 160 / 607-871-2449
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Team Manager/Pool Operations 
ID: 603
Duties:
Assist Head Coach of Swimming and Diving and Aquatics Director with the following: recruiting, record keeping, organization, team video, fund raising (swimming lessons, concession stand - as needed), pool operation, cleaning, office work, etc.
Qualifications:
Ability to work independently in Microsoft Word and Excel. Willing to do light cleaning and basic pool maintenance when needed. May be asked to travel with the team to meets. Availability at different times throughout the entire week.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
1 - 8 / Minimum Wage (4 - 8 openings)
Contact:
Brian Striker / McLane / 607-871-2893
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Lifeguard 
ID: 602
Duties:
Lifeguard pool while maintaining and enforcing all pool safety rules and regulations. When not on duty, may be asked to do secondary tasks, i.e.: maintaining safety equipment, light cleaning of pool deck, safety checks, in services training, etc.
Qualifications:
Must have current Red Cross Lifeguarding certifications (less than 2 years) and current Red Cross CPR for the professional rescuer certification (less than 1 year in NYS).
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
1 - 10 / Minimum Wage (20 openings)
Contact:
Brian Striker, McLane / 607-871-2893
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Lab Assistant 
ID: 594
Duties:
Assisting with experiments, maintenance and cleaning of laboratories, other duties if necessary.
Qualifications:
Undergraduate students in Ceramic Engineering or Material Science.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
Varies / Minimum Wage (openings vary)
Contact:
Bill Carty / McMahon 207 / 607-871-2451
Submitted:
8/25/2016

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:
8/25/2016

Job: 
Team Manager (Women's Basketball) 
ID: 578
Duties:
Attend all practices; assist with charting stats in practice and managing the clock; videotape practices when needed; keep scorebook at games.
Qualifications:
Basketball experience (playing or managing experience).
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 - 16 / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Monique McLean / McLane Center / 757-593-2684
Submitted:
8/25/2016

Job: 
Office Assistant (International Programs) 
ID: 563
Duties:
Duties include managing the office's general e-mail accounts (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. The successful candidate will have prior experience working independently with select Microsoft Office programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Publisher. The candidate 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:
as many as possible (7)/ Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Jeanne Marion / Perlman Hall / 607-871-2094
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
Softball Team Manager 
ID: 558
Duties:
Work with coaches to organize, manage, and help with softball matters.
Qualifications:
Organized and reliable.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10-20 / Minimum Wage / (5 openings)
Contact:
Gino Olivieri / ext. 3018
Submitted:
8/29/2010

Job: 
Visual Resources Assistant 
ID: 552
Duties:
slide scanning, copy scanning, cataloging and database entry, movie editing. Organizing digital objects.
Qualifications:
Attention to detail. Must be able to work independently. Experience with Excel, Adobe Photoshop, and movie editing software a plus. Willingness to learn new skills.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
4 - 8 / minimum wage (3 openings)
Contact:
John Hosford / Scholes Library, Rm 216 / 607-871-2944
Submitted:
8/25/2016

Job: 
TA for ENGR 102 Computer Aided Engineering 
ID: 541
Duties:
Grade papers, assist students in the class, run a weekly help session.
Qualifications:
Must be fluent or at least have a working knowledge of MATLAB. Knowledge of Maple is helpful but not necessary.
Available:
Fall Semester
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / Minimum Wage (2openings)
Contact:
Wallace Leigh / ENGLAB 221 / 607-871-2463
Submitted:
8/25/2016

Job: 
Office Assistant (Ceramics Physical Plant) 
ID: 514
Duties:
Data processing on budget and vendor files, assist with answering phones, maintaining the work orders and database, and numerous other office duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and Outlook). Personable, able to deal with people, neatness, and organizational skills.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
10 / Minimum Wage (2 openings)
Contact:
Jamie Babcock / Support Services Building / 607-871-2460
Submitted:
8/31/2016

Job: 
STEP LAB Staff 
ID: 458
Duties:
To supervise and train students in the proper and safe use of equipment in the STEP LAB to support student project work.
Qualifications:
Must have basic knowledge of hand tools and power tools.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Either Workstudy or Non-workstudy
Hours per week/wage rate:
1 - 2 / Minimum Wage / (10 - 15 openings)
Contact:
James Mighells / 607-871-3100
Submitted:
7/21/2016

Job: 
EH&S Office Assistant 
ID: 445
Duties:
Assist with major EHS inspections, trainings, and projects. Errands, filing, copying, organizing, and other duties as assigned.
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:
8/26/2016

Job: 
Game Day Operations 
ID: 395
Duties:
Includes assisting in running varsity home athletic contests. Positions include: PA announcer, scoreboard operator, timer, ball people, ushers, security, ticket takers etc. depending on the sport.
Qualifications:
Must be responsible, reliable, able to work evenings and weekends. First Aid, CPR training preferred. Prior athletic operations experience preferred.
Available:
Both Semesters
Job type:
Workstudy Position
Hours per week/wage rate:
3-7 / Minimum Wage (15 Openings)
Contact:
Tony Aquilina / McLane Center / 607-871-2892
Submitted:
7/21/2016

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