Student Employment Listings
Are you looking for an on-campus job? This page contains a list of positions available now for Fall 2018. Any student may apply for an on-campus position. Once you have been hired, be sure to print (single-sided, please - at the request of Human Resources) a Hiring Packet, complete all necessary paperwork, and check with Career Services before contacting Human Resources to turn in your paperwork. All work study positions are paid $11.00 per hour.
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 email@example.com.
ON AND OFF CAMPUS STUDENT WORKER POSITIONS FOR FALL 2018
Career Services Office, 31 St. James Avenue
8 (Days and time negotiable)
Fall Semester 2018
Career Services is seeking a marketing assistant to determine creative and effective marketing solutions to build engagement, awareness, and action from target audience (Bay State students and employers). The candidate will create and manage marketing campaign, create digital and print marketing materials, and assist in the organizing and execution of promotional events.
Proficient in Excel, Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. Ability to be creative and run with ideas to create fun, relevant, and accurate content. Knowledge of Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop a plus. Must have excellent accuracy, attention to detail and writing skills including grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Welcome Desk Assistant, Office of Student Involvement and Leadership
Lobby Information Desk, 31 St. James
To be determined
The Welcome Desk is a centralized resource that provides information on campus offerings, student services, and adds to the overall student experience at the college. The Welcome Desk Assistant will collaborate with the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership to host a variety of campus events, distribute MBTA student passes, handle the sale of discounted movie tickets and assist with set up, clean up and marketing of large-scale office events.
Excellent customer service and communication skills; knowledge of campus resources and college services; ability to maintain confidentiality and and handle sensitive information; detail oriented and able to multi-task.
Student Support Analyst 1, Campus Technology Solutions (5 positions)
Positions in Boston and Taunton
Hours and shifts to be determined
Fall Semester 2018
The Student Helpdesk, staffed by the CTS Student Analysts, is the front line in making sure that CTS responds to user support requests quickly and efficiently. Student Support Analysts provide customer service by phone and email, staff the helpdesk, document issues in the ticketing system and do project work as directed. View the complete job description HERE.
CLAS Assistant, Center for Learning and Academic Support (multiple positions)
CLAS, 31 St. James in the Library
20 max Shifts available on Monday and Wednesday between 8am and 4pm
The CLAS Assistant will greet all students and faculty entering CLAS; schedule exams, tutoring, and conference room booking; monitor test-takers; and assist the Librarian in enforcing CLAS policies.
Mature, reliable, punctual and detail-oriented students with excellent customer service skills are encouraged to apply.
Library Work-Study (2 positions)
20 max; Shifts are available Tuesday and Thursday between 10:30am and 3:15pm
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; perform other duties as assigned by the Librarian.
Stop by the library to pick up an application.
Office Assistant, Evening and Online Division
31 St. James Avenue
10 (Monday and Wednesday 5:-8:15, other hours can be negotiated)
Fall Semester 2018
Troubleshoot and problem solve any issues with walk-in requests from evening students. Contact students via phone and email to help in Student Success initiatives. Maintain databases in Word and Excel. Other duties as assigned
Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word. Must be flexible and able to think on your feet, and work independently. Ability to juggle both short and long-term assignments with varying priorities. General knowledge of the various departments at Bay State College - know who to refer students to. Comfortable interacting with both students and faculty. Not afraid to ask for help when you need it.
Department Assistant, Business and IT (2-3 positions available)
Approximately 8 (Days and time negotiable)
Professor Elena Swaim
Prepare various documents using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Help make sure that technology and facilities issues are reported; follow up for completion. Make copies and file document as needed. Other projects as assigned.
Dependable and on-time. Maintain a professional attitude and behavior. Maintain confidentiality of all things you handle. Good attention to detail. Follow an assignment or project to completion.
Office Assistant, Financial Aid Planning Department (2 positions)
Financial Aid, 122 Commonwealth Avenue
The Financial Aid Planning Department is looking to hire a dependable, punctual work study student to provide office support. Tasks will include, but not be limited to, copying, filing, phone coverage, and other projects as assigned. The ability to maintain confidentiality and work independently are also required.
Good attention to detail, computer knowledge, and basic office skills are required.