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.  

On and off campus student worker positions
October 27, 2016

Positions are updated on a regular basis. Follow application instructions listed in each individual position. Positions marked FWS are only available to students eligible for Federal Work Study Funding.

Clinical Research Lab Assistant, Joslin Diabetes Center (FWS 1)

Library Work Study (2)

Peer Tutor (5)

OAS/CLAS Administrative Work Study (2)

Campus Technology Student Support Analyst (2)    

 

 

Library Work-Study

Location: Library       Number of Positions:  2         Hours per Week:  10 (max)

 

Job Description

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:

Tuesdays:  9am-1:30pm

Wednesdays:  11am-12:15pm (Prime Time)

Thursdays:  9am-4pm

Fridays:  9am-1:30pm


Skills/Qualifications Sought:

The Librarian seeks reliable, punctual, and detail-oriented students with excellent customer service skills. Students with a helpful attitude and strong computer skills who enjoy working in a quiet environment are encouraged to apply.

How to apply
After you have confirmed with Financial Aid that you are eligible for work-study/student worker funds, please stop by the library for an application.

      

Peer Tutor


Location: Center for Learning and Academic Success     Number of Positions:   5

Hours/Week:  varies depending on content area and need   Hourly Rate:  work study wage/hours

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.

Link to Application Form  and Faculty Recommendation Form                                            

Apply to:   Jessica Felizardo                                                       Accepting applications until:   ongoing

 

OAD/CLAS Administrative Work Study

Location: Center for Learning and Academic Success Number of Positions:   2

Hours/Week:  varies                       Hourly Rate:  work study wage/hours

Responsibilities:

·         Front desk support for CLAS: greet students, have them sign-in, schedule appointments, as necessary.

·         Marketing: maintain Twitter feed, post flyers, create email blasts about workshops and CLAS events

·         Additional tasks may include checking emails, voicemails and referrals; tracking data on student use of CLAS through observation reports and sign in log

·         Meet regularly for staff meeting; complete all necessary paperwork

·         Participate in Prime Time Open Houses and classroom visits

·         Act as a liaison between classroom/instructor/program and CLAS, as needed

 Skills/Qualifications Sought: 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 and friendly.

 Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and current schedule of available days/times to work.

Apply to:   Jessica Felizardo                                                       Accepting applications until:   ongoing


CTS  Student Support Analyst I

Location: Campus Technology (CTS) 
Hours: Variable

GENERAL SUMMARY The Campus Technology Solutions (CTS) department is critical to the success of Bay State.  Technology is so important to the day to day duties of Faculty, Staff, and Students that support for those constituents has to be seamless and timely.  The Student Helpdesk, staffed by the CTS Student Analysts is the front line in making sure that CTS responds to the support requests quickly and efficiently.  The tier one support provided by the CTS Helpdesk allows the staff members in the department to focus on proactive care for the technical infrastructure underlying the services provided by CTS and Bay State.  Technology should be a seamless part of any job.  At no point should anyone at Bay State have to be interrupted in their work because technology fails.  The solutions CTS puts in place need to be transparent and functional.  This position is an essential part of that system.  

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS* Customer Service: The most important job function for the CTS Student Analyst I is customer service.  The people who are being helped at the helpdesk need to know that CTS is here to help.  Listen, pay attention, affirm understanding, and relay the issue  

Staff the Helpdesk: The CTS Helpdesk is the first point of contact for Bay State constituents to come to for help.  This position will answer emails, phone calls, and support tickets.  Support for those issues will be provided by the CTS Student Analyst to the extent allowable for this level. 

Documentation:  Every issue that comes into the Helpdesk needs to be documented in our ticketing system along with the solution given.  This position will be responsible for logging those tickets and making sure that they get routed appropriately. 

Project Work:  There will be larger projects that this position will be tasked with that will improve the overall technology of Bay State.  These projects range from cataloguing equipment to writing software.  The duties will be skill and interest dependent. 

 Inventory and workplace management:  Inventory of technology assets and printer toner is one of the responsibilities of the job.  These duties will take you all over campus, picking up technology equipment and installing toner,

Send a resume and 3 references to  Michael Wooden at mwooden@baystate.edu for more information. Background check will be required.

FEDERAL WORK STUDY OFF CAMPUS POSITIONS

The positions listed below require that the applicant be eligible for Federal Work Study funds.  To find out more information and to apply, please contact Diann Lloyd-Dennis in the Career Services office, located in the West Wing of 31 St. James across from the computer labs.  617-217-9216 or careers@baystate.edu

Joslin Diabetes Center (1 position)
Work in the Clinical Research Center lab. Assist with tasks in the lab such as arranging and labeling tubes and samples.  Prefer someone with bio-statistical skills and experience that has an interest in working in a laboratory setting.