Student Employment Listings

Are you looking for an on-campus job?  This page contains a list of positions available now for Summer 2019. Summer student workers must be enrolled in a class in order to be eligible for employment.

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 at least $12.00 per hour. 

For more information about student employment on or off campus, please contact Jeff Mason at 617-217-9301 or email us at careers@baystate.edu.

ON AND OFF CAMPUS STUDENT WORKER POSITIONS FOR SUMMER 2019

HIRING NOW! 

 

Marketing Assistant, Career Services

Office Assistant, Career Services

On-Call Event/Administrative Workers

Library Work-Study

Student Support Analyst 1, CTS (Boston)

Office Assistant, Evening and Online Division

Administrative Assistant, Student Accounts

Office Assistant, Financial Aid Planning Department

Off-Campus Federal Work Study Positions

 


Marketing Assistant, Career Services

Location: Career Services Office, 31 St. James, West Wing
Hours per Week: Up to 20,  with days and times very flexible
Reports to: Diann Lloyd-Dennis
Start Date: ASAP for summer term

Job Description:
Career Services is seeking a marketing assistant to determine and execute creative and effective marketing solutions. This position will work to build engagement, awareness and action from student and employers. The employee will create and manage marketing campaigns and job listings, create digital and print marketing materials, and assist in the organizing and execution of career events. 

Qualifications:
Proficient or able to learn Excel, Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. Ability to be creative and run with ideas to create fun, relevant, and accurate content. Must have excellent accuracy, attention to detail and writing skills including grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Time management skills are essential. 

How to Apply: Stop by the career services office. 

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Office Assistant, Career Services

Location: Career Services Office, 31 St. James, West Wing
Hours per Week: Up to 20, with days and times very flexible
Reports to: Jeff Mason
Start Date: ASAP for summer term

Job Description:
Provide administrative support for the career services office by tracking graduate placements and keeping student records accurate and up to date. Enter job listings into the job database and update recruiter contact information. Communicate with employers regarding available jobs; respond to student and employer inquiries in a professional manner.  Assist with the gathering of student placement data. Perform occasional website updates. 

Qualifications:
Strong aptitude with computers and good knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Must be able to work independently, anticipating needs and addressing concerns without specific direction. Strong writing skills and good phone skills required. 

How to Apply: Stop by career services office.

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On Call Event/Administrative Workers

Location: Various offices across campus as needed
Hours per Week: Hours, Days and Times depend on needs of individual departments
Reports to: Career Services
Start Date: Immediate on call as needed

Job Description:
The on-call event and administrative support worker provides short term staffing and event assistance for offices experiencing a staffing shortage or temporarily needing extra assistance. The worker may do things like provide phone support, reception, typing, filing, event setup or tear down, or any other departmental needs as required. Positions are usually short term (a few hours over a day or two), and become available with little notice. Career Services keeps a list of all currently available on-call positions and coordinates the placement of students into specific assignments. You determine when and where you want to work!

Qualifications:
Candidates must be reliable and hardworking, with a good basic knowledge of the Bay State community and the functions of various offices. Good customer services skills are essential since on-call positions will often interface with departments across the college or with visitors from outside the college. Professional demeanor is essential; some positions also may require professional dress. Students must have financial aid eligibility to be considered for this position. 

How to Apply:
Stop by career services to pick up the necessary application materials. Check with the office of Financial Aid Planning to determine if you are eligible for funding. Once cleared for work, you will be sent notices as positions are available and will sign up for the positions you would like to work. You can continue to work into the summer as long as you are taking classes. Current student workers just need to contact career services; no additional application is needed.

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Student Support Analyst 1, Campus Technology Solutions
(multiple positions)

Location: Boston; Taunton position is possible
Hours per Week: Hours and shifts to be determined
Reports to: Michael Wooden
Start Date: Immediate

Job Description:
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.

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Basic knowledge of computers is required. Understanding of Microsoft Office Suite 2013 and above. Basic knowledge of Windows Operating Systems and printing. Good customer service skills. Working knowledge of English required. 

How to Apply: Email Michael Wooden, Director of Campus Technology Solutions: mwooden@baystate.edu.

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Library Work-Study (2 positions)
Location: 31 St. James Avenue

Hours per Week: 20 max; A wide range of shifts is available.
Reports to: Jessica Neave
Start Date: Immediate

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; perform other duties as assigned by the Librarian. 

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:

Stop by the library to pick up an application.

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Office Assistant, Evening and Online Division

Location: 31 St. James Avenue
Hours per Week: 10 (Monday and Wednesday 5:-8:15, other hours can be negotiated)
Reports to: Brian Maloney
Start Date: Immediate

Job Description:
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

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
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. 

How to Apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to Brian Maloney: bmaloney@baystate.edu
 

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Office Assistant, Financial Aid Planning Department (2 positions)
Location: Financial Aid, 31 St. James Avenue
Hours per Week: 10+
Reports to: Michelle Widrick
Start Date: Immediate

Job Description:
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. 

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Good attention to detail, computer knowledge, and basic office skills are required. 

How to Apply: Email your resume, cover letter and a professional reference to Michelle Widrick: mwidrick@baystate.edu 

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Administrative Assistant, Student Accounts

Location: 31 St. James Avenue

Hours per Week:10 - 20
Reports to: Rachel Hysollari
Start Date: Immediate

Job Description:
Student Accounts is looking to hire a dependable, punctual work-study student to provide office support.  Tasks will include, but are not limited to: copying, filing, phone coverage, and other projects as assigned.  The ability to maintain confidentiality and work independently are also required. 

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Attention to detail, customer service, computer knowledge and basic office skills are all required. 

How to Apply: Please email your resume and a professional reference to Rachel Hysollari rhysollari@baystate.edu

 

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Off Campus Work-Study Opportunities

A limited number of off campus opportunities exist for students who are eligible for Federal Work Study. This year we are offering opportunities with the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, Housing Families (Malden) and the YMCA International Learning Center (Boston). Read about the opportunities HEREFor more information or to apply, contact Diann Lloyd-Dennis, Director of Career Services: 617-217-9216, dlloyddennis@baystate.edu, or stop by the Career Services Office at 31 St. James across from the computer labs.