On Campus Student Employment Listings

Are you looking for an on-campus job?  This page links you to a list of positions available now for Summer 2018. Any student may apply for an on-campus position. Once you have been hired, be sure to download a Hiring Paperwork Kit, 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. 

Please note that you must be enrolled in summer classes to be eligible for a work-study position. 

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.


Post date: May 7, 2018


Off Campus Literacy Tutors (Paid Federal Work Study Positions)

Career Services Administrative Assistant

Office Assistant, Registrar's Office

Library Work-Study 



Off Campus Literacy Tutor (Paid Federal Work Study Position)

 YMCA of Greater Boston, 100 Franklin Street (off the Green Line)
Hours per Week: 8-10
Reports to: Diann Lloyd-Dennis
Start Date: immediate

Job Description:
Assistant recent immigrants with mastery of reading, writing, pronunciation and conversation in English. 

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Mature, reliable, punctual and personable students are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be eligible for Federal Work Study funding (check with Financial Aid if you are not sure).

Shifts are available all throughout the week.  You will be able to accommodate your personal and class schedule and still do this job. 

How to Apply: Contact Diann Lloyd-Dennis dlloyddennis@baystate.edu for a link to the online application. 


 Library Work-Study (2 positions)

 31 St. James Avenue
Hours per Week: 10 max; shifts are available Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Reports to: Jessica Neave
Start Date: Immediate for Summer Term 2018

Job Description:
Library student workers 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.

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.


.Office Assistant, Registrar's Office

Location: 122 Commonwealth Avenue
Hours per Week: 20, days and times flexible
Reports to: Juliann Kibby, Associate Registrar
Start Date: Summer 2018  Term

Job Description:
Assist with maintaining accurate and organized student files. Assist with student transcript and verification requests. Perform data entry, photocopying and scanning documents. Provide support to the Business Center when needed. Other duties as assigned.

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Applicants must be proficient using Microsoft Excel and Word. Excellent organizational and communication skills. Strong attention to detail. Strong customer service skills.

How to Apply:

Email your resume to Juliann Kibby, Associate Registrar:  jkibby@baystate.edu


Career Services Administrative Assistant 

Location: 31 St. James 
Hours per Week: 8-10, days and times flexible
Reports to: Diann Lloyd-Dennis
Start Date: Immediate for Summer - prefer someone who can continue on in the fall.

Job Description:
Provide administrative support for the career services office by tracking graduate placements and keeping student records accurate and up to date. Enter available jobs into the job database and update recruiter contact information. Manage on campus employer visits. Create posters and slides to promote career services programs. Edit and print career services resources. Communicate with outside employers regarding available jobs; respond to email inquiries in a professional manner. Perform occasional website updates.

Skills/Qualifications Sought:
Prefer someone with strong aptitude for computers and knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, Publisher 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:

Send a cover letter and resume to Diann Lloyd-Dennis:  dlloyddennis@baystate.edu

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