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Work Study Jobs of the Week (Updated 08/26/14)

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Career Services is dedicated to maintaining equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and following affirmative action principles.

To this end, employers posting positions with us must commit to recruiting, interviewing and hiring individuals without regard to race, color, national origin religion age, gender sexual orientation, veteran status or disability and provide reasonable accommodations upon request.  

4329WS $7.25

The Sculpture Studio Assistant is responsible for cleaning the Sculpture studio, tools, and equipment while maintaining a clean and safe work environment.  help the Professor in setting up materials, tools, and equipment for demonstrations.  Assist sculpture students with their assigned projects.  Areas of responsibility include the main studio, outside court yard, foundry, welding, and wax room.  Other duties as assigned by professor or Arts Facilities Supervisor.

7599WS $7.25

Aid the operation technican assistant in the Center For The Arts, providing assistance specifically in wood-shops, maintaining cleanliness, assist
art galleries, assist in the preparation and installations for the Weil and Islander Galleries and
theaters. Assist with set ups regarding events in the CA Building. Other labor duties as assigned.

Reports directly to the Arts Facilities Supervisor.

14839WS $7.25

-Assist in front desk coverage
-Provide administrative support to the academic advisors
-Connect students to TAMUCC resources (provide information/referrals on available campus services)
-Support and participate in events, activities and programs aimed at assisting students
-Assist students with registration
-Provide mentoring in areas such as time management, stress management, study skills, procrastination, reading skills, note taking, etc.

15530WS $8.50

This is a customer service position, located in the O'Connor business building.  Must have good communication skills and previous customer service experience is a plus.  Help maintain Business Lab computers and printers.  Troubleshoot hardware and software problems, etc.  Work one on one with customers on the telephone and in person.  Some situations will require more hours. 

15744WS $7.25

We are looking for gallery assistants for on and off campus Art Galleries.  The assistants will open and close the gallery as well as be available to answer questions from visitors.  The gallery assistants will help with installation of exhibitions using standard art exhibition techniques that will be taught to the student by the Gallery Director as well as the graduate gallery assistants. 

16101NWS $8.00

Must be available Spring, Summer and Fall. Maintains constant surveillance of patrons in the facility; acts immediately and appropriately to secure safety of patrons in the event of emergency. Provides emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services. Presents professional appearance and attitude at all times, and maintains a high standard of customer service. Performs various maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility. Prepares and maintains appropriate activity reports. 

16150WS $7.25

Scanning and profiling admissions documents.  

16253WS $7.25

This position is with the Office of Institutional Advancement. It involves biographical updates for University donors and prospects, data entry, making daily monetary deposits at the Business Office, filing, making copies, and other various duties assigned by the supervisor. We need someone who pays very close attention to detail. 

16263WS $8.50

Performs information help desk support, troubleshooting functions over the telephone for TAMUCC faculty, staff and students on all computer related problems and/or inquiries. Log work orders via a call tracking system and ensures that work orders that could not be resolved over the telephone, be assigned to the appropriate campus specialist. Related duties as assigned. 

16285WS Varies

Answering phones, filing, typing, copying, scanning, dissemination of information, running errands on campus, work with a diverse group, word processing spreadsheets, databases, and completing projects as needed. Must be self-motivated.

16302WS $8.00

General office duties (research of financial aid files, data entry, organizing documention and other duties as assigned) 

16303NWS $10.00

The main function of this position is to focus on the science aspect with the emphasis on mathematics. This position is responsible for compliance with all university and safety policies to ensure a positive learning environment for student tutoring. Ability to work with a diverse student population and create a support environment that encourages success for under-represented students. Must be able to work within an open office environment and be a team player. Assist management staff with day-to-day activity, follow instructions and carry-out tasks as assigned. Attend training and meetings as required.

Wages vary $7.50-$12.50 depending on ability to teach various classes

16398NWS $9.00

This individual will provide STEM academic support, financial literacy information, STEM mentoring, and academic/social skills assistance. The Peer Success Coach will also be responsible for meeting one-on-one with underclassmen each month and maintaining the upkeep of the labs/study spaces. 

16477NWS $7.50

Write one 500+ word stories a week about a relevant campus issue or event, relating to the News section.

16479NWS $7.50

Write two 500+ word stories a week about a relevant campus issue or event, relating to the Features section.

16480NWS $7.50

Write two 500+ word story a week about a relevant campus issue or event, relating to the Entertainment section.

16482NWS $7.50

The Distribution Manger will be responsible for on campus distribution of student newspaper on Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings. Also, archiving every issue and putting in inserts if the issue has them. 

16507WS $9.50

Provide assistance with the P-card Program and Fleet Program, filing, copies, scanning, and other duties as assigned within the Procurement Office.

16543NWS $8.00

Work with a team of professionals to create print and maintain digital signage for the University

16602NWS $7.25

UCSA Programming Event Assistant
Are you energetic, do you love to have fun, and enjoy planning events? The UCSA Programming Event Assistant will act as the "Face" of UCSA Commons Programming. They will assist the University Center Events Coordinator in planning, coordinating, promoting, and executing events catered to the University Center Commons area.

• Assist in planning, coordinating, promoting and executing all UC Commons’ events
• Emcee all events in the Commons
• Must be able to work during scheduled Common’s events
• Coordinate events and/or performances with various groups across campus
• Work with UCSA marketing department to create promotional material
• Work with UC Scheduling Assistants to ensure all event setup needs are met
• Provide excellent customer service at all times

16619NWS $10.00

Looking for an independent, self-motivated, hard working students to mentor high school students in the Coastal Bend Area with:
*College Applications
*Scholarship or Admission Essays
*Loans, Grants, & Scholarship information
If hired, applicant will be trained. If you are graduating in December, please do not apply.

16709WS $8.00 We are looking for TOP students to join our team, do to some clerical work, and events in the summer, and work   with the phonathon team in the fall!   We hire motivated, professional, responsible students with a good work attitude.  Must have excellent verbal and interpersonal skills. Must currently have a work study award at TAMUCC, not necessary to have summer classes and be in good standing with the University.  Very flexible schedules.  Pick up applications at Career Center.
16766NWS $8.50

Student will provide academic and research support.

Student needs to have experience with Microsoft Publisher or other publishing software

Must have completed either MISY 2305 or MISY 5325 with an A.

Student must be available to work Tuesday/Thursday Mornings and early afternoons on Tuesday/Thursday.

16812NWS $8.00

Responsible for designing and maintaining the UCSA website. Create additional webpages. Manage database,including running queries,and some data entry. Responsible for social media marketing, and minimal graphic design.  Flexible hours. 

16822NWS $7.25

Assist staff with any duties assigned and help students with job referrals and career information.  General office duties include making copies, faxing, answering phones/taking messages and general data entry. Provide general receptionist duties.  Provide customer service.     Need to upkeep jobs in our database, internships, career library.  

16888NWS $7.25

General office duties to include filing, copying, running errands and completing projects as needed.  Student must be proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite as well as be proficient in implementing your research tools to complete any assigned projects.  Must be self motivated.

16896NWS $7.25

Officials in each sport go through a paid training program. Training occurs over a two-week period before play begins and includes classroom sessions along with on-site clinics. In the classroom, sports rules and officiating techniques are discussed and reviewed. The clinics consist of veteran officials demonstrating proper court/field coverage and scrimmage games. In addition, the Intramural Official position is the first step towards becoming an Intramural Supervisor. 

16906WS $7.25

clerical work, answering phone calls, filling paperwork and making copies, run errands when needed

16924WS $8.50

I am looking for a graduate student who will assist me in grading and in conducting research.  The applicant should have taken a basic class in marketing and international business.  I will prefer someone who would be able to work about 15 hours per week.  

16925NWS $8.50

Student Assistant – assist with both research and teaching.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Must possess strong written and oral communication skills and have the ability to interact with students online and in person
Detail oriented with strong organizational skills. Some data entry and filing will be required.
Self-directed and able to work independently and ask questions when problems arise. Ability to follow directions

Experience using MS Office (especially Excel)
Be familiar with Blackboard 9.0 (experience in a student capacity is acceptable).

Be able to assist with research on particular topics, read articles and other sources of information and provide written summaries of the results.
Should have taken a college level course in Human Resource Management and/or have an interest in Human Resource Management.

16928NWS $7.50

The CTS  department serves as the hub of operations for classroom and lab instructional equipment and computer and classroom Audio Visual Support. Selected candidate will play an important role in the following areas: Providing support in computer labs including system trouble shooting. Provide assistance with distributed technology for classrooms, orientation/registration and other on and off campus university events. Lab employees are also assigned to perform weekly cleaning duties including dusting and wiping down lab equipment and furniture. The ability to perform this duty is essential to the position.

16947NWS $7.25 We are now taking applications for 6 student assistant positions in the Library Technology Services Department of the Mary and Jeff Bell Library. These positions are regular work study or non-work study student assistant positions. Student assistants in the LTS department staff 4 different locations in the library (The Media Center, The Laptop Center, and The Library Instruction Centers 1 and 2). While staffing these locations student assistants will be expected to check in and out library materials, enforce library policies, and assist patrons as needed. During the fall and spring semesters the library is open 7 days a week from 7:30am till 1:30am. Student assistants will be expected to work some early mornings, late evenings, and or weekends. 
16968WS $8.50

Provide academic support and assist with research.   Must have proficient English skills, both written and oral.   

16970NWS $7.25

- Unpacking, organizing, and performing initial processing of all government document materials (will include, but is not limited to: books, pamphlets, CD-ROMs, DVDs, maps, microfiche, etc.)
- Shelving/filing government document materials in the appropriate locations according to their SuDoc classification number.
- Shelf-reading and shifting government document materials to maintain shelf and filing cabinet space.
- Assisting with the withdrawal process.
- Compiling statistics.
- Assisting Library Associate II with other government document processing tasks as instructed.

16976NWS $7.50

Assist the department in through engaging alumni, donors and community members through events, e-mails, the social media and face-to-face contact. Also assist with sales in and out of the office to alumni, students and others. Other duties include  typing, filing, website updates, and answering phone calls.  Occasional weekend and evenings required with plenty advanced notice.

16981NWS $8.00

Must have good communication skills and previous customer service experience is a plus to assist in answering phones.  General office duties: filing, copying, shredding, errands, and special projects as needed.

16991NWS $7.25

• Be aware of the menus of the day, including special functions
• Prepare and stock needed items for area per production sheets and daily menu
• Maintain production of set items to meet meal demands
• Maintain cleanliness and sanitation of work area
• Ensure that any remaining food product is either properly disposed of or put away and date labeled
• Take all prep instruments and utensils are taken to the dishroom for cleaning or return to their proper location
• Complete and turn in daily production chart
• Complete assigned items on the Daily Sanitation checklist
• Provide whatever reasonable assistance at the request of either a Shift Supervisor or Management
• Check with either the Shift Supervisor or MOD prior to leaving for check-out

16992NWS $7.25

Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
• Acts with integrity, honesty and knowledge that promote the culture, values and mission.
• Maintains a calm demeanor during periods of high volume or unusual events to keep store operating to standard and to set a positive example for the shift team.
• Anticipates customer and store needs by constantly evaluating environment and customers for cues.
• Communicates information to manager so that the team can respond as necessary to create the Third Place environment during each shift.
• Assists with new partner training by positively reinforcing successful performance and giving respectful and encouraging coaching as needed.
• Contributes to positive team environment by recognizing alarms or changes in partner morale and performance and communicating them to the store manager.
• Delivers legendary customer service to all customers by acting with a customer comes first attitude and connecting with the customer. Discovers and responds to customer needs.
• Follows operational policies and procedures, including those for cash handling and safety and security, to ensure the safety of all partners during each shift. Maintains a clean and organized workspace so that partners can locate resources and product as needed.
• Maintains regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
• Provides quality beverages, whole bean, and food products consistently for all customers by adhering to all recipe and presentation standards. Follows health, safety and sanitation guidelines for all products.
• Recognizes and reinforces individual and team accomplishments by using existing organizational methods.

16993WS $8.50

You will create the experience for our customers by providing legendary customer service with prompt service, quality beverages and products, and maintaining a clean and comfortable store environment.
You will be responsible for modeling and acting in accordance with our guiding principles and best of all, you’ll be part of a company that is consistently rated as a great place to work and the people here love what they do.
Summary of Key Responsibilities
Student Assistant will assist with both research and academic support. Job duties will include extensive use of Business Intelligence and Analytics software such as SAP BusinessObjects and Tableau. Prior experience and/or willingness to learn is preferred. Proficiency in Excel is required. Database background is very useful. Must be able to work independently. Good analytical, research and communication skills required.

17019WS $8.50

Assist with research and course related issues.  

17020WS $8.75

*Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office
*Daily - Assist office staff with assigned duties.
*Daily - Assist with scanning, filing, shredding as needed.
*Daily - Copy, fax, print, and email as needed.
*Daily - Manage multiple Access/Excel/Outlook databases.
*As needed - Make campus deliveries/pickups.
*Other duties as assigned.


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Fall 2014 Events

Internship and Part Time Job Fair

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

10:00AM – 2:00PM  

Dugan Wellness Center


All Major Career Fair

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

9:00AM – 1:00 PM  

Dugan Wellness Center


Graduate School Fair

Friday, November 7, 2014

9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Dugan Wellness Center


Vetreran's Career Fair

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Dugan Wellness Center


Teacher Job Fair

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

9:30AM – 12:00PM

Dugan Wellness Center 




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