On Campus Employment Listings

Are you looking for an on-campus job?  This page links you to a list of positions available for the 2016-2017 academic year. Any student may apply for an on-campus position. Once you have been hired, be sure to download a Work Study Employment Kit, complete all necessary paperwork, and check with Career Services before contacting Human Resources to turn in your paperwork.

For more information about student employment on or off campus, please contact Career Services at 617-217-9216, stop by our office at 31 St. James in the West Wing, or email us at careers@baystate.edu.

April 5, 2017

Positions are updated when changes occur. Follow application instructions listed in each individual position. Positions marked FWS are only available to students eligible for Federal Work Study Funding.

The following positions are available:

Human Resources/Finance Work Study

Admissions Ambassador

Library Work Study

CLAS Tutor - Algebra and other areas

Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation (FWS)

Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester (FWS)


HR & Finance Department Work Study

The Human Resources and Finance Department is seeking a general office administration work study student. The job involves general administrative tasks such as filing, copying and scanning. Having a creative side is a plus since there are also display boards and other creative documents to be created. Work days are Thursdays and Fridays, with the actual hours being somewhat flexible.  Interested students should contact Jana Kurs at 617-217-9082 or email her at jkurs@baystate.edu.  work-studies will: check-out books and other materials to students and faculty; troubleshoot minor computer and printer issues; process new books; sort and put away mail and periodicals; help design book and window displays; other duties as assigned by the Librarian.

Admissions Ambassador

The admissions office is seeking 2-4 students to serve as guides and a resource for prospective students. Ambassadors greet prospective students after they have met with their admissions rep and then tour them around the school. The admissions representative advises the ambassador how to tailor to tour to the needs/interests of the prospective student. They represent Bay State to prospective students and their parents and answer questions they may have.  The ambassadors may conduct anywhere between 1 and 5 tours per shift.  This includes the walk from 122 to 31 and possibly 437 and the dorms if necessary for the prospective students' needs and interests. 


Interested students should contact Clancy Krueger in the admissions office at ckruger@baystate.edu or 617-217-9054.



Library Work Study

Library work-studies will: check-out books and other materials to students and faculty; troubleshoot minor computer and printer issues; process new books; sort and put away mail and periodicals; help design book and window displays; other duties as assigned by the Librarian.

Shifts are available during the following times:
Mondays: any time between 9am and 1:30pm
Thursdays: any time between 9am and 4pm
Fridays: any time between 11am and 4pm

To apply:
Please see Jessica Neave in the Library for an application.


CLAS Tutor – Algebra and other academic areas

Responsibilities: Tutoring students one-on-one and through study groups in a variety of content areas, with a focus on Basic Math, College Algebra, Accounting, Statistics, Computers and Writing Skills; Participation in tutor orientation. Additional tasks include regularly checking emails, voicemails and referrals; tracking data on student use of CLAS through observation reports and sign in log; schedule and proctor testing and schedule tutoring appointments.

Tutor Objectives for CLAS in addition to tutoring hours:

  • Meet regularly for staff meeting
  • Complete all necessary paperwork, including administrative and tutoring
  • Participate in Prime Time Open Houses and classroom visits
  • Act as a liaison between classroom/instructor/program and CLAS as needed

Skills/Qualifications Sought: High academic achievement in content area; overall good academic standing; Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with student body diverse in skill sets and needs; Good time management skills; Reliable.

Interested applicants must submit a completed application, Faculty Recommendation Form and a copy of an unofficial, current transcript to be considered for this position. Stop by the library to pick up these documents.

Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation Fundraising Assistant (FWS)

Work at all Boston Celtics home games for the remainder of the 2017 season (within the semester) to support the fundraising efforts of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation (BCSF). BCSF sells 50/50 raffle tickets at home games to raise funds for their community efforts and other local non-profit organizations. Commit to a 5 hour shift each night. You will be expected to engage with Celtics fans to sell tickets at each home game to help raise money for BCSF and its partners. Partner with BCSF staff member(s) to set up, oversee, troubleshoot, and shut down the 50/50 Raffle.

To apply, stop by Career Services and speak to Diann Lloyd-Dennis

Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester (FWS)

Provide oversight and assistance to BGCD educational program. Help students complete homework and projects while establishing a positive relationship. Maintains safety of members as a first priority. Emphasizes personal safety and emotional well-being with children and parents. Demonstrates leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members. Uses positive, constructive methods of behavior guidance/positive reinforcement toward members. Assists the Education staff implement fun engaging activities.

To apply, stop by Career Services and speak to Diann Lloyd-Dennis