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Accounting Assistant - AA *BC
Assists with the development and updating of spreadsheets; assists with reconciliation of accounts; conducts financial calculations; assists with excel and/or departmental projects; performs paraprofessional and/or office-related functions, and performs other duties as assigned. Accounting or business majors are preferred.
Athletics Game Operations Student Assistant - AG
Perform duties associated with game-day operations for NCAA DI intercollegiate athletic programs. Duties may include, but are not limited to, setting up facilities in preparation for competitions and/or practices and breakdown and clean up at the conclusion of the event as directed. Individuals may be required to perform specific tasks during competitions for select sports as directed. Evening and weekend hours may be required. Perform related tasks as assigned.
Audit Specialist – AS
The purpose of a CHANT411 Audit Specialist is to provide direct support to the Information Specialists. The primary responsibility of an Audit Specialist will be to conduct the daily audit of the CHANT411 ticketing database to ensure accuracy and service excellence. In addition, Audit Specialists assist the Associate Director of CHANT 411 in staff scheduling and other administrative tasks.
Call-A-Chant Manager - CM-*BC
The Team Leader/Manager works closely with the Director of Annual Giving to monitor and motivate the Call-A-Chant Representatives during each shift. The Team Leader will act as a source of information for the Call-A-Chant Representatives and Lead Caller within their respective teams. The Call-A-Chant Manager is responsible for supervising every calling shift. The Call A-Chant Manager manages, motivates, trains, and provides support to the Lead Caller and Team Leader. Position requires the ability to work at least two shifts per week; must have worked with Call-A-Chant for at least two semesters as a Call-A-Chant Representative and/or one semester as a Call-A-Chant Leader Caller.
Call-A-Chant Representative - CC *BC
Contacts University constituents to support fundraising activities related to the telethon. The position requires exceptional customer service. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Career Peer Leader - CPL
Duties may include but are not limited to serving as liaison with career services and their home college; recruiting volunteers and developing partnerships with their college students and organizations; assisting individual students with basic resume writing, cover letters, mock interviews, and career and internship preparation; create new programs and help promote all career events within their college; assist with workshops, class, and student group presentations, representation at tables and events; research and promote career opportunities for majors within their college; collect employment and graduate school data on alumni to build networks within their college; and assist with career and internship fairs and other large-scale career events on campus. Some evenings and weekends
Career Services Assistant 1 – CS1
Includes greeting and assisting visitors, answering and directing calls, filing, maintaining records, doing some clerical work, and running errands. Attends required training programs to gain the knowledge to successfully support career services programs. Will complete all components of the student worker training manual and meet the milestones outlined in the student worker handbook. Complete T4 training to be eligible to assist Career Services with website edits and receive training to approve events in Handshake. This role can lead to the promotion to Career Services Assistant 2. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Career Services Assistant 2 – CS2
In addition to general front desk duties and increased abilities with customer service, technology, and career services experience, this position will serve as a mentor for the other front desk student assistants. This position works under general departmental supervision. This position will attend required training programs to strengthen the knowledge and expertise required to support career services programs and technology to assist in the training of new career services student staff. Performs related tasks as assigned. Receive training to approve jobs in Handshake. Complete all modules in Type Focus and discuss with each Career Counselor. Complete resume and job search modules within Big Interview. This role will include training to increase readiness for a Career Peer Leader position. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Cashier - CA *BC
The position is responsible for operating the cash register, processing/posting transactions, reconciling cash, etc. Position may support such areas as mail services, student accounts, etc. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Certified Athletics Official - AO
Administers and officiates collegiate level intra-squad scrimmages or intercollegiate level scrimmages. Must have knowledge and understanding of conference rules and regulations of the sport being officiated. Individuals must be certified with a current officiator license.
CHANT411 Information Specialist - CH
Provide first-class customer service. Serve as a receptionist (answer phone calls, respond to emails, give information, take messages, forward calls, etc.) Take note of common questions and track the use of services provided. Attend scheduled events to promote CHANT411 service (Orientation, Teal Tuesday, Information Fair, etc.) and/or assist with the facilitation of surveys and focus groups. Assist with the creation of student staff training and development opportunities. As a team player, hold self and others accountable to a high standard, support one another, provide constructive feedback, and be flexible. A successful CHANT411 staff member is committed to Feel the Teal and strives to go above and beyond with every interaction.
CINO Quest Executive Board member - CQ
CINO Quest Executive Board members are a select group of individuals who serve as a liaison between CINO Quest Attendees/Leaders and professional staff members. Additionally, these individuals serve as peer mentors for the current CINO Quest Leaders as well as student staff that assist with the structure and elements of the program. CINO Quest Executive Board members must be an upstanding representatives of the CINO Quest program to leaders, attendees, student families, and the campus community.
Civic Engagement Assistant - CE
Responsibilities include serving as a liaison between student organizations, the Office of Student Life, and off-campus community partners; assisting in the further expansion and development of community engagement/volunteer opportunities; receptionist duties and clerical support; maintenance of the Civic Engagement Office; and marketing initiatives.
CoBE Junior Associates - CJA
The CoBE Institute is a CCU student-led management consulting program that selects and pairs high-achieving undergraduate students with real businesses. Throughout their time with CoBE, all student consultants (associates) receive instruction, mentorship, and leadership from the program director, faculty, and senior associates. Associates are responsible for managing and tracking their time and partake in specific CCU courses in conjunction with participation in the program. The responsibilities, duties, and expectations of junior associates of the CoBE Institute are to act as a representative for the program at CCU and outside functions and networking events, complete one CoBE-led client project, complete a minimum of one practice presentation to all CoBE associates, collaborate with team members to create a professional written and deliverable client presentation, assist with promotional activities on and off campus, and participate in fundraising activities that benefit the CoBE Institute. CoBE junior associates will report directly to CoBE’s associate director unless otherwise specified.
CoBE Senior Associates - CSA
The CoBE Institute is a CCU student-led management consulting program that selects and pairs high-achieving undergraduate students with real businesses. Throughout their time with CoBE, all student consultants (associates) receive instruction, mentorship, and leadership from the program director, faculty, and senior associates. Associates are responsible for managing and tracking their time and partake in specific CCU courses in conjunction with participation in the program. The responsibilities, duties, and expectations of senior associates of the CoBE Institute are to act as a representative for the program at CCU and outside functions and networking events, assist, mentor, and provide leadership to CoBE-led client projects, provide guidance and feedback to project teams and junior associates, assist with the planning and delivery of CoBE-led engagements and activities, including the end of year celebration, socials, site visits, client visits, and field trips, assist with promotional activities on and off-campus, and assist and manage recruiting efforts, assist with CoBE graduation activities, participate in fundraising activities that benefit the CoBE institute, and provide support to student associate director of management of CoBE projects and activities. CoBE senior associates will report directly to CoBE’s associate director unless otherwise specified.
Conference Assistant - CF, BC*
Provides service and assistance to conference participants, and assumes responsibilities for the daily operation of the event building. Conference Assistants (CAs) perform regular administrative, maintenance, and cleaning tasks related to managing the halls for conferences, summer school, and general building preparations for the academic year. CAs must be knowledgeable of and able to implement university policies and will serve as a resource regarding issues related to the campus and the local community.
CSVR Custodial - CST
Cleaning and sanitizing assigned restroom facilities; removing trash from designated areas; cleaning all surfaces in assigned areas; providing exceptional customer service to all constituents, including but not limited to, faculty, staff, students, visitors, and the community at large; promoting and using best safety practices; reporting maintenance problems; and performing other duties as assigned.
Digital Studio Specialist - DS
Assists with the installation and configuration of studio equipment, creating content for the Edwards College, videotaping events and lectures, editing interviews and promotional pieces, photographing events as needed, as well as creating new graphics and lower thirds to enhance the identity of the various programs within the University. The position will also be responsible for: assisting students, faculty, and staff with the set-up, operation, and recording within the new Digital Studio; ensuring that recordings are completed and archived correctly and efficiently; and will work alongside the Director to create compelling promotional content that supports and enhances the Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts as well as Coastal Carolina University.
Directory Specialist - CD
The purpose of the CHANT411 Directory Specialist is to respond to calls to the Coastal Carolina University main phone line. The CHANT411 Directory Specialist provides timely and accurate direction to callers while practicing the CHANT411 service excellence standard.
Eco-Rep Leader - ER
Provides educational outreach, develops environmental awareness programs, and plans special events about sustainability. Other duties include, but are not limited to, teaching about sustainable living, providing information about sustainability to the campus and community, and collaborating with other departments and the community, all while representing the Sustainability Office. The position will require assisting with recycling activities during major events (move-in, move-out, commencement, and athletic events). Performs other related tasks as assigned.
Embroidery Specialist - ES
Operates embroidery machine, including programming and setting embroidery location, understands thread colors, reads work order forms with specific customer order instructions, daily maintenance of embroidery machine, understands and use a heating press. Time management along with excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required. Other duties as requested.
Equipment Assistant - EA
Assists with setâ€up, maintenance, and tear-down of all relevant equipment and supplies before and after events, practices, and performances; some heavy lifting required. Attendance is required at events/performances and may require some travel to off-campus events/performances. Performs related tasks as required.
Event & Ticketing Student Assistant - ET *BC
Direct and assist patrons during university events, in the box office, and in other areas as needed. Responsibilities include operating cash register, processing transactions, reconciling cash drawer, answering phones, giving directions, seating patrons, handing out programs, taking tickets, event set up, venue maintenance, regulating patron safety, etc. Perform related duties as assigned.
Event & Ticketing Student Manager - EM *BC
Provide the first line of communication to event staff and patrons during university events. Responsibilities include regular responsibilities of Event and Ticketing Staff as well as managing events, supervising event staff within assigned areas of operations, assisting event staff meetings and training, conducting rounds of the building to report any concerns/issues to appropriate staff, etc. Perform related duties as assigned.
Gallery Student Assistant - GA
Student position provides a varying range of activities in the Art Gallery, including but not limited to, moving furniture and artwork, assisting with exhibit installation/breakdown, and painting. The position will also assist with clerical functions and monitoring activity in the gallery. Proficiency with MAC computer programs such as photoshop, ILife, IWorks, etc. are not required but may be preferred. The position will require physical activities and the use of tools necessary to perform the job tasks described above.
Game Room Attendant - GR *BC
Monitors activities in the game rooms. Responsible for enforcing rules and regulations in the area. Rents out games and equipment. Keeps accurate inventory of all game equipment. Performs related tasks as assigned.
General Office/Clerical - I - GO
Includes office positions of a general routine nature. May include filing, sorting, collating, maintaining records, light clerical work, running errands, giving information, unpacking materials, or operating ordinary office machines and equipment. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Grader - GD
Performs grading duties under the supervision of a faculty member. Grading responsibilities are complex in nature, typically in upper-level classes. The position may require coursework and competency in a certain discipline.
Graduate Assistant - GA
Position type does NOT qualify as a "Graduate Assistantship". Performs complex paraprofessional, professional, technical or research duties. Positions may work under limited supervision. The position requires an earned baccalaureate degree in a relevant field of study.
Grant Research Assistant - RG
Assists in various research activities including library work, transcribing of data to coding sheets, proofreading data, running errands. Performs simple research tasks under the supervision of departmental faculty. Some general office work may also be required. Performs related tasks as assigned. *Position must be funded by grants.
Graphic Designer - GC
Create and design a variety of communication, marketing, and promotional items for students, parents, faculty, staff, and visitors. Create and design in a variety of print and electronic mediums including brochures, newsletters, posters, banners, advertisements, buttons, t-shirts, LCD screens, email templates, etc. Assist with shooting, editing, and organizing photos for marketing efforts. Create graphics for the website and assist with the department website.
Grounds Student Assistant - GSA, BC*
Cutting grass, trimming and edging curbs, sidewalks, and flower beds, planting and pruning shrubs, trees and flowers, raking leaves and pine straw, cutting flowers and designing flower arrangements, operating equipment in maintaining the campus, and performing general grounds work.
Haven Live - HLP
All employees will serve as actors and/or stage managers in the production of Haven Live which is presented to all incoming students for sexual misconduct education. Actors work with the director to develop and rehearse the scenes. During performances, they not only perform pre-determined scenes, but they also must be able to improvise portions of scenes based on audience suggestions. At least one actor will also serve as a co-facilitator of the audience discussion along with the director. All actors have either taken or will take Amanda Masterpaul's class in applied theater. Actors must be familiar with the concepts associated with theater for social change.
Housing Conference Assistant - HC, BC*
Provides service and assistance to summer conference participants, and assume responsibilities for the daily operation of the residence halls. Conference Assistants (CAs) perform regular administrative, maintenance, and cleaning tasks related to managing the halls for summer conferences, summer school, and general building preparations for the academic year. CAs must be knowledgeable of and able to implement university policies and will serve as a resource regarding issues related to the campus and the local community. Each CA will be assigned to one of the following areas on an as-needed basis: Desk Services, Custodial, or Maintenance. Given the nature of the summer residence life program, all CAs are expected to assist in all of these areas at any time.
Housing Custodial - HCU, *BC
Assist the facilities staff with Summer Turn for University Housing Facilities. Ensure spaces are left clean and in good order following work order repair projects. Interact appropriately with residents and respond to their needs accordingly. Assist the Associate Directors with various projects as needed. Move furniture and set up rooms/apartments and common areas as needed. Be responsible for departmental keys and securing doors. May operate equipment. Performs other duties as assigned.
Housing Desk Assistant - HAD
Receives and assists visitors, supplies information, answers the telephone, keeps records, and may assist with mail and do miscellaneous clerical work. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Housing Desk Manager - HDM
In addition to standard Desk Assistant duties, the Desk Manager acts as a liaison between Desk Assistant staff and the professional staff in each community. Responsibilities include the maintenance of the desk schedule, key inventory, and supervision of the Desk Assistant staff. The DM works diligently to ensure all desk shifts are covered. The DM is also the point person for all DA training and ensures DAs are also in compliance with completing all online mandatory training. The DM is responsible for training on StarRez, KeyTrack, and When to Work. The DM facilitates conversations with desk staff when concerns arise or minor job performance issues are noted. The DM will involve the HSC when a problem is severe or is persistent. The DM is also responsible for covering any unassigned shifts or shifts that a DA is unable. All DMâ€™s will work with professionalism and meet all ethical conduct standards.
Housing Engagement/Program Assistant - HEP
Programming Assistants work in the University Housing Resource Room, located in Tradition Hall. This position requires candidates to be a current or past Resident Adviser. Programming Assistants are responsible for managing the day-to-day functions of the Resource Room, including but not limited to: preparing items to pick up, taking weekly inventory of supplies needed, creating bulletin board/door decoration examples for RA staff, special projects, and other duties as assigned. Hours for this position will be mostly weekends and evenings.
Housing Graphic Design/Marketing - HGM
The Graphic Designer works in the University Housing office located in Tradition Hall with our Assistant Director for Assignments and Marketing. This position creates print and electronic materials for large programs, events, or processes for University Housing. The student in this position must be proficient with the Adobe Creative Cloud and can easily create new or updated materials. The position is approximately 10 hours a week and may be more or less based on departmental needs.
Housing Maintenance Assistant - HM
Our Maintenance Student Assistants assist our professional facilities staff in completing a variety of projects in housing. Most of the work is done in preparation for fall opening and can include repairing damaged furniture, replacing light bulbs, etc. Some lifting will be required. This position works mostly in the summer months but if there is a need, some may be hired for the academic year.
Housing Move Crew - HMC
The Move Crew works with our facilities staff to move furniture in unoccupied student rooms as the facilities staff moves from building to building during the summer. They are a huge help to the department, so each team can efficiently complete tasks in the room prior to the fall. Lifting will be required. This position only works in the summer months.
Housing Quality Assurance Specialist - HQA, BC*
Inspect University Housing facilities for cleanliness, safety, and functionality, including maintenance and custodial needs. Inspect student apartments, suites, bathrooms and bedrooms for safety and cleanliness to Confirm assigned areas are safe, clean, and functional; including walls, hardware, fixtures, handrails, windows, doors, ceilings, corners, crevices, and inventory items. Assess furniture, fixtures, flooring, and other inventory for damages and cleanliness, such as furniture, appliances and floors are comprehensively assessed for damages and cleanliness. Assessments are shared with Housing Facilities Managers. Document and communicate facilities need and opportunities for improvement. Perform regular Health and Safety Inspections for University Housing communities and ensure University Housing facilities meet quality assurance standards. Position requires an on-call rotation and to perform other duties as assigned.
Housing Special Projects Assistant - HA* BC
Position assists with special projects which are paraprofessional/professional in nature (non-clerical). Performs other duties assigned such as directing and assisting with escorting vendors into occupied residential spaces via master key access and making sure the spaces are properly secured upon exit; assists with walk-through inspections of building for safety issues (propped doors, open windows, securing vacant spaces, etc.); ensures safety rules are obeyed; assists with inventory checking projects and reporting maintenance issues. This position assists with University Housing Operations projects outside the scope of our Resident Assistant and Desk Assistant responsibilities.
Housing, Summer Student Associate - HSA
Supports University Housing operations through task completion, project participation, and quality assurance procedures. Handles all assigned duties in a safe and prescribed manner, including but not limited to cleaning, general maintenance, painting, inspections, furniture moving, and/or other responsibilities purposed to create a foundation of care for resident safety and success. Work assignments may vary during the employment period based on departmental needs.
HTC Recreation Tech - R2
Assists in the planning, teaching, and supervision of more high-risk or complex physical activities, such as aquatic, outdoor recreation, or technology-related activities. Responsibilities include sequential short and long-term planning and assessment of participant knowledge, skills, and abilities. The position does not require certification credentials but requires a unique background and training specific to the activity and/or to the participants. Individual needs less training in the activity and their efforts support the instructor to increase participant safety, learning, and performance.
INBRE Research Grant Assistant - IG
Assist faculty members in the daily responsibilities of conducting research. Maintain good communications with an assigned mentor and attend INBRE meetings. Conduct limited literature searches. Collect and analyze data and manage lab notebooks. Present data at a scientific conference. Other duties as assigned.
Information Technology Assistant - IT
May operate or assist in the operation of computers, technology, or data processing equipment; assists students, faculty, and staff with general software problems and questions in the student computing centers and designated areas; assists with student technology workshops; reports hardware and technical problems; and performs software and equipment checkouts. May work in a computer lab setting. Performs related tasks as assigned. The position may require coursework in computer science or related area.
Intercollegiate Athletics Sports Program Student Assistant - IA
Assist assigned athletics program with day-to-day operations at practices and/or competitions. Duties will include tasks specific to the assigned program including, but not limited to, practice and competition set-up and breakdown of equipment, operational duties specific to the assigned program, and laundry and manager duties as applicable. The position may require evening and weekend hours as well as travel with the assigned program. Perform related tasks as assigned.
Intramural Official - IO
Administers and officiates intramural recreational events. Must be knowledgeable of the rules involved in sporting events. Report to supervisor any safety hazards or game-related accidents. Requires independent judgment and assertiveness. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Laboratory Assistant - LA
Includes all positions involving cleaning and care of laboratory apparatus. No particular scientific training is required. May assist in the general care of specimens. Assists with all laboratory duties of a routine nature. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Lead Resident Adviser - LRA *BC
A Lead Resident Adviser is a student staff member within University Housing. The Lead Resident Adviser performs the job responsibilities in the Resident Adviser role for their assigned community and assist professional staff members with daily job responsibilities. Lead Resident Advisers do not directly supervise peer RAs; however, they will provide mentorship and guidance. They will provide formal feedback and insight about RAs to Community Coordinators.
Leadership & Civic Engagement Fellow - LF *BC
Advance the programming and services provided by the Leadership & Civic Engagement area under the Office of Student Life. The Leadership & Civic Engagement area provides supervision and direction to the Coastal Involvement Specialists and the Coastal Service Specialists.
Library Assistant - LB
This position will complete all duties of the library assistant trainee including having mastered all library frontline duties and completed all available training modules and has proven employment time and attendance and is available to work an average of 15 hours per week. This position may become an authorized driver for the library vehicle, assist library patrons with navigating the CCU website, and library website, including the library catalog, online catalog, and UL-owned materials requests, and with helping requests for PASCAL Delivers and ILL requests. The library student assistant will provide level I & II reference assistance and refer patrons to research consultations as needed, assist with monitoring LibChat, opening and closing duties, Remote Storage material retrieval and delivery, shelving and shelf reading, and accurately record patron interactions in LibApps. Other duties are to be performed as assigned.
Library Assistant Delivery Driver - DD
In addition to the regular duties assigned to Library Assistants, the Library Assistant Delivery Driver is responsible for operating the library delivery vehicle (SUV or Van). This position is required to transport library-owned materials to and from the library off-site storage facility located in the Coastal Science Center to the main campus library buildings. Responsibilities also include the delivery of library-owned materials to campus buildings and offices at the direction of Library Supervisors. Library Assistant Delivery Drivers must complete all required steps of Transportation Services for “Authorized Drivers” before being hired for this position.
Library Assistant Trainee - LBT
Under direct supervision by Access Services staff and Library Student Assistant Managers, the library student assistant trainee will provide front-line service provisions, and basic reception duties, including but not limited to, answering phones, transferring calls, referring patrons, etc. This position will provide referrals and directions to library patrons as well as library material check-in/out, including ensuring that returned materials are not damaged, retrieving items from the library’s book drop, assisting patrons with printing, and performing SUMA headcounts. This position will also report building or patron issues to supervisors, assist with library events and perform other duties as assigned.
Library Graphic Design Assistant - LGA
Under the direction of the Marketing Coordinator, create and design a variety of communication, marketing, and promotional items for students, parents, faculty, staff and visitors. Create and design in a variety of print and electronic mediums including social media, displays, newsletters, brochures, posters, banners, advertisements, etc. Assist with capturing, editing and organizing photos/videos for library marketing needs. Serves as an assistant at tabling and outreach events. Candidate should possess creativity, excellent customer service skills, be task-oriented, organized, flexible and able to work independently. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Canva preferred. Must be a current CCU student who is enrolled in the Graphic Design program or related course of study. Applicants will be asked to show examples of previous work, to include, but not limited to class assignments and/or personal work.
Library Graphic Designer - LGD
Conceptualize and design a variety of communication, marketing, and promotional items for students, parents, faculty, staff and visitors. Create and design in a variety of print and electronic mediums including social media, displays, newsletters, brochures, posters, banners, advertisements, etc. Assist with capturing, editing and organizing photos/videos for library marketing needs, as well as identifying potential photo opportunities. Serve as a representative of the library at tabling and outreach events. Assist in training and design feedback for level I employees. Candidate should possess creativity, excellent customer service skills, be task-oriented, organized, flexible and able to work independently. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Canva preferred. Must be a current CCU student who is enrolled in the Graphic Design program or related course of study. Applicants will be asked to show examples of previous work, to include, but not limited to class assignments and/or personal work.
Library Manager – LM
This position entails all that of the Library Student Assistant and when in the absence of an Access Services Specialist and/or Manager, this position will open and close library buildings as a key holder with a security code and be expected to perform with little to no supervision with an expected 20 hours of work per week. This position will supervise the work of library student assistants and trainees and provide appropriate feedback to AS Managers. In addition, daily decisions about tasks, time, and information will be made, supervision of service provision at library service desks will be performed, and all reports of printing service issues will be made to SCS. This position also requests/reports emergency building maintenance, custodial, network/internet connectivity, and security issues as needed. The library student manager will be responsible for library buildings and patron security during shifts, and respond appropriately to emergencies, weather, lockdown, and fire emergencies. Managers will also be responsible for referring students to Counseling Services, the Dean of Students Office, etc. as appropriate. Other duties are to be performed as assigned.
Library Makerspace Assistant - LMA
As a Makerspace Technician, you will become a rapid prototyping expert, familiar with all of our supported hardware and software. After learning the basics, Makerspace Technicians will develop technical expertise over time based on their strengths and interests. Most of your time will be spent teaching others about our supported hardware and software, as well as offering guidance on students’ personal projects. You will lead certification workshops teaching the basic operation of our machines and supported software while upholding the lab’s safety procedures. This position offers insight and guidance on student projects while also designing and manufacturing demo projects to demonstrate software/hardware capabilities and develop expertise. Training incoming student staff and other departmental duties will be on an as needed basis. This position may occasionally include some occasional weekend hours. Ideally, candidates should be prepared to commit to a multi-semester assignment to this position.
Library Makerspace Technician - LMT
Makerspace Technician II is responsible for fulfilling the Makerspace Technician I duties, as well as performing machine maintenance, teaching at least 2 workshops per week, and performing other specialized tasks. To be considered for the position, the candidate must be competent with all makerspace equipment and have the ability to independently lead a minimum of three workshops without any assistance. The Makerspace Technician II will also provide guidance and support to Makerspace Technician I.
LIFE Program Mentor - LP *BC
Escort students in LIFE Program from dorms to classes, etc. on campus. Assist students with class assignments. May accompany students to functions on campus (athletics, etc.). May accompany students to live Program events/field trips to the mall, etc., along with at least one LIFE Program Coordinator present during all off-campus events.
LIFE Program Tutor - LIT, BC*
LIFE Program Tutors support LIFE Students who are auditing academic courses. In this role, tutors attend class with students, provide support in the classroom and take notes. Tutors meet individually with students for one (1) hour weekly, outside of class, to review course materials, and assist with assignments, group work, and presentations. Tutors may also proctor exams in a quiet, separate environment. Perspective-qualified tutors must have an overall GPA of at least 3.0. Qualified Tutors must be well versed in methods required to tutor individuals with intellectual disabilities and must also review new course material and content so that they can properly complete their duties. Should demonstrate a record of responsible behavior or submit a recommendation addressing responsibility. All tutors must attend a one-hour orientation session at the beginning of each semester, monthly training sessions, and receive performance evaluations at the end of each semester.
Lifeguard - LG
Responsible for supervision and safety of swimmers at indoor or outdoor pools. Enforces rules and policies in the swimming pool area. American Red Cross Advanced Life Saving certification is required. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Literacy Tutor - LT *BC
Provides individual and small group tutoring to local (elementary, middle, high) school-age students. May include assisting student(s) with homework, reading, math, and other specific subjects during after-school enrichment programs. Assists students in subject content according to individual strengths. Position works closely with college supervisor/staff and local school professional staff, however, needs to be able to work well with minimal supervision when necessary. Participation in tutorial training is required.
Model (Clothed) - MB
Act as an art model for students in select studio art classes. Requires prolonged posing in one position and may involve removal of clothing to bathing suit level for the study of the anatomical structure. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Model (Unclothed) - MU
Act as an unclothed art model for students in select studio art classes. Requires prolonged posing in one position and may involve complete removal of clothing for study of anatomical structure. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Non-Office Clerical - NO
Assists with non-office clerical duties. Performs related tasks as assigned.
NSFP Assistant - NSFP
Answering the main NSFP phone line, answering questions regarding orientation, Family Weekend, CINO Tie, general CCU questions. Registering students and family members for Orientation, Family Weekend. Assisting the NSFP Staff with orientation tasks, office tasks, etc.
On-Campus Intern - OI
On-Campus Internship Program (OCI) interns will perform entry-level paraprofessional and/or professional duties of moderate difficulty, under close supervision. The internship will provide an opportunity for development in a specific office at CCU in order to foster career readiness. The intern may perform duties such as researching and organizing data for departmental special projects; assisting faculty and staff in achieving operational objectives; providing information to other students; perform various clerical duties as required. In order to be considered, the student selected must be eligible to participate in the on-campus internship program. To be eligible for consideration, the student must be a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior with a minimum of 2.5 GPA and in good standing with the university. The internship is designed to provide professional knowledge and skill development consistent with the studentâ€™s major/career goals. Interns may earn academic credit in addition to receiving compensation. This position may require a background check.
Orientation Assistant - OA *BC
Assists and supports the planning and execution of orientation programs.
Orientation Leader - OL *BC
Orientation Leaders serve as a liaison between the University and incoming students and their family members. They educate students and family members about policies, services, programs, and academics at CCU, as well as help them make connections with their future classmates.
Orientation Team Leader - OT *BC
Orientation Team Leaders are second-year Orientation Leaders who complete all the duties of an Orientation Leader. In addition, they serve as a mentor to the first-year Orientation Leaders and assist with the planning and implementation of the orientation program.
OSL Assistant - OSL
Answering the main phone line for the Office of Student Life, answering questions and assisting student organizations with events, maintaining bulletin boards across campus, distributing marketing materials, keeping office supply inventory, generating reports on upcoming events
OSL Fellow - OSF
Assist in the planning, implementation, and assessment of CCU Leadership Events, Assist with the management of on-campus student organizations. Assist with various activities ran by the Student Activities and Leadership office, Cover the desk in the Office of Student Life and provide general clerical support. Support the Student Organization Resource Center (SORC), All other duties as assigned
Peer Education Coordinator - PEC
The Coordinator works directly with the LiveWell Office staff to plan, implement and evaluate selected LiveWell Office-sponsored outreach programs. Serves as a liaison between LiveWell Office staff, peer educators from other organizations, student workers and interns. He or she will organize the activities of student peer educators to ensure an organized effort toward the implementation of outreach efforts. The coordinator is expected to work 20 hours per week for a minimum of two semesters. Responsible for performing all of the duties of a peer educator including participation in and development of peer educator training and provision of educational programs to classes, organizations, teams and other student groups. Serves as a role model for healthy living for other students. Serves as a role model for University committees to advance the emotional and behavioral health of CCU students as assigned by the supervisor. The Coordinator is responsible for scheduling and directing weekly meetings. The Coordinator has the opportunity to work with other student leaders at CCU and contributes to the overall culture of the University. The Coordinator is responsible for other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Performer/Music - PM
Prepare for rehearsals with individual practice. Attend and participate in solo and/or ensemble rehearsals. Perform at university events on and off-campus. Performers must have the ability to read music notation and be proficient on their primary instrument.
Performer/Theatre - PT
Attend and perform at rehearsals according to the production schedule. Attend and perform in at least eight (8) performances of the show either on campus or at off-site venues. The performer must be able to proficiently play the type of instrument required by the Music Director for the orchestra of the musical production.
PGM Course Intern, Senior - PR, BC*
PGM Course Interns will provide service to the members and customers in outside operations. This will include but is not limited to the area of starting times, tee time coordination, tournament operations, outside rules and policies, the pace of play, accurate daily play totals, golf course grounds inspection (cleanliness), range management, managing tournaments, golf car maintenance and providing other professional services to ensure an exceptional golf experience.
PGM Inside Intern - PI *BC
PGM Operations Interns will provide service to the members and customers in both the inside and outside operations. This will include but is not limited to the area of starting times, tee time coordination, tournament operations, rules and policies, the pace of play, accurate daily play totals, golf course grounds inspection (cleanliness), range management, protecting and controlling assets, assisting with all merchandising functions, managing tournaments, teaching lessons and clinics, supervising underclassmen, golf car maintenance, and providing other professional services to ensure an exceptional golf experience. Participation in the PGM program is required.
PGM Outside Intern - PI *BC
PGM Operations Interns will provide service to the members and customers in both the inside and outside operations. This will include but is not limited to the area of starting times, tee time coordination, tournament operations, rules and policies, the pace of play, accurate daily play totals, golf course grounds inspection (cleanliness), range management, protecting and controlling assets, assisting with all merchandising functions, managing tournaments, teaching lessons and clinics, supervising underclassmen, golf car maintenance, and providing other professional services to ensure an exceptional golf experience. Participation in the PGM program is required.
Photographer - PH
Under limited supervision assists the department with photography needs. Assists in maintaining photographic equipment. Responsible for taking still and video images at events/performances; provides flash drive after each performance/event; may be required to load images onto designated websites. Attendance is required at events and may require some travel to off-campus events/performances. Performs related tasks as required.
Public Relations/Marketing Assistant - I - P1
Position assists the department in marketing and promoting special events. Distribute promotional fliers. Provides back-up for other marketing functions in the day-to-day office operations. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Public Relations/Marketing Assistant - QMA
Reports to University Marketing and Communication. The student writers are responsible for drafting various news releases, feature stories, and biographies. Students must have previous writing and editing experience and are well-versed in the proper usage of grammar and punctuation. Also, students who have experience conducting interviews for stories and are familiar with the Associated Press writing style.
Qualified Grader - QG
Prospective graders must have an overall GPA of at least 3.5 and have completed the course that they are to grade with a grade of B+ or better. Graders must be well-versed in all subjects associated with the course they are grading and must review new course materials and content so that they can properly grade homework and quizzes. Graders should have demonstrated a record of responsible behavior or submit a recommendation addressing responsibility and be prepared to return all the assignments in a timely fashion.
All graders must attend a one-hour orientation session at the beginning of each semester and a weekly meeting with the corresponding instructors to discuss their grading rubric.
As a special requirement, graders for Math 174 (Discrete Mathematics) must have completed the course with a grade of B+ or better and have an overall GPA of at least 3.7. Likewise, graders for Stat 318 (Applied Statistical Methods) must have completed Stat 317, Stat 318, and Stat 412 with a grade of B+ or better in at least one of these courses.
Qualified Lab Assistant - QLA
Assist with support activities including general lab space cleaning and washing of glassware and plasticware using Standard Operating Procedure. Assist with receiving, logging, and storing supplies. Perform basic to mid-level analyses, equipment maintenance, quality control activities, and chemical inventories. Assist with fieldwork. Complete routine administrative work, such as filing and making copies. Performs other tasks as assigned by Managers or Technicians.
Qualified Lab Supervisor - QLS
Perform high-level analyses that may require obtaining a certification. Mentor and engage with Lab Assistants. Work independently of Mangers or Technicians while in the field. Complete sensitive document control activities, such as archiving scientific records. Perform other tasks as assigned by Managers or Technicians.
Qualified Tutor - QTU
Prospective qualified tutors must have an overall GPA of at least 3.5 and have completed the course that they are to grade with a grade of B+ or better. Qualified Tutors must be well versed in all subjects associated to the course they are tutoring. Qualified Tutors must also review new course materials and content so that they can properly complete the duties. Qualified Tutors should have demonstrated a record of responsible behavior or submit a recommendation addressing responsibility and be prepared to return all the assignments in a timely fashion. All qualified tutors must attend a one-hour orientation session at the beginning of each semester. All qualified tutors must attend a weekly meeting with the corresponding instructors to discuss their grading rubric.
Qualified Web Designer - QWD
Recreation Assistant - RC
Serves as the first contact for all patrons, providing information, answering phones; issues equipment, towels, etc. Ensures proper care in the use of equipment and supplies, promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices. Assists in planning, teaching and works with supervision as an assistant in recreational or social games and activities. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Recreation Facility Supervisor - RF
The position provides management to Recreation Assistants, Intramural Officials, lifeguards, programming and recreation facilities. Student supervisors are expected to problem solve, respond to emergencies as well as resolve conflict professionally with exceptional customer service. Responsibilities also may include administrative and clerical work as well as special events planning & programs. Position works closely with the professional staff however needs to be able to work well with minimal supervision when necessary.
Recreation Instructor, Certified - RI
Positions may plan, instruct, and/or supervise recreation, water safety, social games, and/or activities under limited direction. Work requires specific training and certification in highly skilled areas. Certain positions may provide instruction on skill development and/or evaluate participant progress. Generating reports/records may be required by University or external accrediting bodies. Instructors must ensure and foster a safe recreation environment. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Research Fellows - RSF
Provide an enhanced academic experience for fellows in which they contribute significantly to a collaborative research agenda. Increase opportunities for faculty/student presentations and publications at regional, national, and international levels. Develop graduates who are competitive at the highest level for careers and graduate school. Expected to perform clerical duties such as input data and analysis, citation and reference development, preliminary reviews of literature, coding observations of learning and teaching practices, and dissemination of research results through conference presentations, white papers, and journal publications. Expected to conduct presentations for FYE courses and culminate readings and research into rudimentary proposals.
Resident Assistant - RA *BC
The role of RA is intended to enhance the educational experience of the student serving in that capacity. As a member of the Residence Life Staff, the RA lives on a floor of a Residence Hall under the direct guidance of a Residence Hall Coordinator. The RA is a role model for the other students and the position requires good judgment, commitment, self-discipline, maturity, self-awareness, energy, knowledge of the campus and its resources, sensitivity to cultural diversity, and most of all common sense. The RA serves as a facilitator to encourage a cooperative and considerate group living environment. Major areas of responsibility for the RA roles include community development, programming, advising, administrative duties, and policy enforcement. RA duties may be performed at the front desk of the residence hall as required. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Safety Patrol Assistant - SP *BC
Safety Patrol Assistant (Level I) To support safety and security on-campus, the safety patrol assistant escorts individuals to buildings or parking areas on foot or by golf cart, upon request. Maintains report of activities, reports incidents, and performs other duties as assigned.
Scene Construction Assistant - SC
Help build sets for various productions, shifts/changes scenes during performances, clean tools, machines, and stacks lumber. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Scene Shop - SCS
This position will assist the Theatre and Production Studio staff for CCU Theatre Department in basic construction, painting, shop maintenance, costume construction, prop making, hanging and focusing lighting instruments, and inventory. The scene shop employee must have good communication skills, basic experience with small hand tools, power tools, and/or painting along with basic knowledge of maintaining sound and lighting equipment. Maintain a respectful and productive work environment. Must be able to lift 35 pounds and some ladder work may be required.
Advanced Scene Shop - SSA
This position will assist the Theatre and Production Studio staff for CCU Theatre Department in advanced construction, painting, shop maintenance, costume construction, prop making, hanging and focusing lighting instruments, and inventory. The student worker should be able to take initiative on tasks and may direct others on advanced shop projects. The position requires excellent communication skills with advanced experience in hand tools, power tools, welding, and/or advanced scenic painting along with advanced knowledge of power woodworking and metalworking tools. Knowledge of safe theatrical rigging, ability to lift 35 pounds, and some ladder work may be required. The position prefers a completed CCU Forklift and/or University vehicle operation training.
Senior Grant Research Assistant - SR
Performs complex research activities under limited direct supervision. Duties may include, data collection, analysis, research, writing, etc. Position may supervise other student assistants and/or lead research-related activities. Performs related tasks as assigned. The position may require coursework in a related area. *Position must be funded by grants.
Senior Information Technology Assistant - SI
May operate with limited and/or no supervision. Performs complex technical duties in information technology services or assigned areas. May perform basic web design and development duties, troubleshoot computer-related problems, conduct software installations, assist with student technology workshops, provide technical support, etc. Performs related tasks as assigned. The position may require proficiency with certain software, web applications, hardware, or utilities. Advanced coursework in computer science or a related area may be required.
Senior Library Assistant - SL
In addition to general library student assistant duties, additional duties assigned will be of specialized nature and will be performed with minimal supervision. Duties may involve working with library patrons. Customer service, technology, and or library experience necessary. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Senior Scene Construction - SS
Assists technical director, operates and maintains power tools, assists in the supervision of student work crews, contributes technical support, performs other related tasks.
Senior Special Projects Assistant, - PS
Position handles complex projects and programs. Examples of work may include grant identification and grant writing, serving as a trainer, supervising programs or other student assistants, etc. Duties are performed with limited supervision. Position may assist with special projects which are paraprofessional/professional in nature (non-clerical). Performs other related tasks as assigned. The position may require advanced coursework, field of study, or degree.
Sewing Assistant - SA
Assists professional staff in technical sewing projects. Performs precise construction on garment samples, prepares, organizes, and maintains illustrative material. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Responsibilities include serving as a liaison between student organizations, the Office of Student Life, and the Student Government Association; assisting in the expansion and development of student organizations, receptionist duties, and clerical support, maintenance of the Student Organization Resource Center
Special Projects Assistant - PA
Position assists with duties such as peer mentoring, program development, program implementation and follow-up. Position may assist with special projects which are paraprofessional/professional in nature (non-clerical). Performs other related tasks as assigned.
Student Affairs Assistant
This position will assist with divisional social media content, projects and initiatives, and general office/clerical tasks. The assistant will build content for social media; create a content strategy plan to enhance engagement on social media; assist with phone calls; assist with the planning and logistics of division-wide programs and initiatives; relay messages; and understand the Division of Student Affairs structure and website to direct incoming concerns and inquiries.
Student Assistant Fire and Life Safety - FS
The position is responsible for performing monthly inspections of fire extinguishers, exit signage, emergency lights, automated external defibrillators, and fire suppression systems utilizing a reporting software consisting of a bar code scanner on a portable palm device. Operates computer and/or other related equipment. Maintains records and forms. Uses judgment in interpreting and recording data. Reports all issues to supervisory personnel within the Fire Safety Office. Operate a University motor vehicle and/or motorized golf cart for travel to and from multiple campus buildings. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Student Coordinator - STC
Student Transitions and Family Programs office Student Coordinators assist the department with the planning, implementation, and facilitation of programs that support the transition of new students and their family members into the Coastal Community. The position is a part-time position during the academic year and a full-time summer position during orientation season for a CCU student who has served as a student leader role in our office.
Student Manager - SM
Provide the first line of communication for customer service to student assistants, faculty, staff, and visitors when office staff is unavailable. Coordinates scheduling of student assistants and/or functions related to daily operations, events, or productions. Supervise student assistants or activities within assigned areas of operations. Assist with facilitating student assistants meetings and training. Conducts rounds of the building and reports any problems, concerns, issues, etc. to appropriate staff. Perform related duties as assigned.
Student Researcher I - SR1
Performs research activities that may include work on a literature review, experimentation or observation, data collection, data entry, data analysis, interpretation and synthesis, writing, presenting, the development or performance of creative works, or other research duties. These activities may occur in the field, in a lab, in a classroom, or in any other specialized or unspecialized space necessary for the activities listed above. The student must have an academic background suitable for working with a research mentor at the university level. The student will perform basic research tasks with some decision-making required and must be able to work well under frequent to occasional, direct supervision.
Student Researcher II - SR2
Performs research activities that may include work on a literature review, experimentation or observation, data collection, data entry, data analysis, interpretation and synthesis, writing, presenting, the development or performance of creative works, or other research duties. These activities may occur in the field, in a lab, in a classroom, or in any other specialized or unspecialized space necessary for the activities listed above. The student performs work requiring a combination of basic skills and some prior knowledge or experience. Must be able to work well both under direct supervision and without constant oversight. The student performs routine tasks requiring some decision-making.
Student Researcher III - SR3
Performs research activities that may include any combination of literature review, experimentation or observation, data collection, data entry, data analysis, interpretation and synthesis, writing, presenting, the development or performance of creative works, or other research duties. These activities may occur in the field, in a lab, in a classroom, or in any other specialized or unspecialized space necessary for the activities listed above. The student should have specialized skills, knowledge, or experience tailored to a specific field of research and must be able to work well both under occasional direct supervision and during periods of autonomy. The student is expected to make frequent decisions regarding tasks, time management, and data.
Student Researcher IV - SR4
Performs research activities that may include any combination of literature review, experimentation or observation, data collection, data entry, data analysis, interpretation and synthesis, writing, presenting, the development or performance of creative works, or other research duties. These activities may occur in the field, in a lab, in a classroom, or in any other specialized or unspecialized space for the activities listed above. In general, the student performs specialized student duties that may require specialized skills, knowledge, training, certification or even para-professional level work. It may require previous experience or a leadership role in an area of expertise. Though new training will continue, the student is expected to work with occasional to no supervision, making daily decisions about tasks, time, and information.
Study Hall Monitor - SH
Maintain a quiet atmosphere conducive to studying; Keep students/athletes on task during study hall; Maintain records of study hall attendance through the Grades First software program; Document any behavioral problems and submit them to a supervisor for review; Communicate effectively with students, athletes and staff; Work independently with minimal supervision
Summer Tour Guide - STG
Members have opportunities to meet prospective students and family members as well as interact with faculty, staff, and administrators. Admissions activities provide a wealth of experience for students regardless of their major. Tour Guides are a group of students that support the programs and activities of the Office of Admissions. Our goal is to help students grow academically, professionally, and personally.
Sustain Green Team - SGT
Collecting all the recyclables on-campus in all academic and administrative buildings, as well as during special events, especially athletic events.
Teaching Assistant - TE
Includes all aspects of an assistant nature of proctoring and grading tests, keeping records, arranging the equipment, and distributing materials for instructional and departmental purposes. Additional duties may include leading small group discussions as well as planning and facilitating workshops or other educational activities. Performs related tasks as assigned. The position may require coursework in a related area. This job title is intended for student assistants who have not yet earned baccalaureate degrees.
Teal Nation Retail Specialist - TRS
This position will be responsible for protecting Teal Nation and Coastal Carolina University assets within an attraction site of 17 million patrons annually. It will require shifts opening the retail store by 10 am and closing at 11 pm during certain times of the year, seven days a week. Students will help customers find CCU services and products within the store. To do this, students will need to have knowledge of all products sold and can explain information about the university, such as admissions, degree offerings, ticket purchases, and tee times at The Hackler Course. Students may also process University stitch orders, wrap purchases, collect customer data, or handle coupons. It will be the responsibility of the student employee to have transportation to and from Broadway at the Beach retail store location.
Technical Assistant - TC
Position performs duties of a technical in scope and varied in nature. Position may perform functions such as stage set-up, handling lighting, sound, and technical requirements during performances, clearing stage after performances, securing the facility, providing technical assistance with equipment, supplies, reporting damages, provides audio visual equipment as requested. The job title may also be used for technical graphics work, statistical analysis, or other technical duties. Performs related tasks as assigned. Skills and requirements may vary based on the nature of the specific position/area.
Ticket Office - TO *BC
Perform duties associated with operations of the Athletic Ticket Office. Duties may include, but not limited to, assisting customers with event information, event ticket purchases, processing transactions, reconciling cash drawer, or other functions in the athletic ticket office or on game day at athletic facilities. Individuals will need to be required to provide excellent customer service while assisting customers via phone, email, or in-person as needed. Individuals will be required to learn and operate athletic ticketing software to process orders and customer needs as directed. The position may require evening and weekend hours. Perform related tasks as assigned.
TLC Qualified Tutor - TQT
The Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC), comprised of Mathematics Learning Center and Writing Center, provides support for a variety of courses offered at Coastal Carolina University. Tutoring in these centers is available to all students currently enrolled in courses at the University. TLC Qualified Tutors must be well versed in their associated subject that they are tutoring. Tutoring in the TLC requires a high level of training and/or experience; therefore, prospective qualified tutors must have an overall GPA of at least 3.5 and have completed the courses that they are typically tutoring students for (or their equivalents) with a grade of B+ or better. Tutoring may be taught in online, virtual sessions in addition to in-person.
Tour Guide Leadership Team -TGL
The senior-level tour guide serves as a peer supervisor and leadership position. Duties include facilitating the recruitment and hiring process for new tour guides. Develops and implements a high-quality training program. Creates the daily schedule for regular campus tours, group tours, and VIP/candidate tours as requested. Coordinates the volunteer programs. Leads campus tours, serve on student panels, and assists with other duties as assigned. This position requires superior public speaking skills, interaction with the public, and excellent customer service skills. (3-4 leadership team members hired per year; priority consideration given to students with at least 2 years of tour guide experience).
Tour Guide Level 1 - TG1
First-year tour guide position. Leads campus tours for prospective students, families, school counselors, and other campus constituents. Attends required training programs to gain the knowledge required to effectively conduct campus tours. Obtains knowledge to describe campus facilities. Interacts with prospective students and their families and answers while on tour and after the tour. Performs office duties such as building packets, answering the phone, assisting with tour check-in, and assisting with large mailing projects. This position requires superior public speaking skills, interaction with the public, and excellent customer service skills. All tour guides are hired as Level I and after one academic year of successful work in the position, students will advance to level 2.
Tour Guide Level 2 - TG2
Leads campus tours for prospective students, families, school counselors, and other campus constituents. Attends training programs to strengthen the knowledge and expertise required to conduct a campus tour. Interacts with prospective students and their families and answers while on tour and after the tour. Assists with the training of new tour guides and serve in a mentor position. Serves on students' panels for on-campus recruitment events. . Performs office duties such as building packets, answering the phone, assisting with tour check-in, and assisting with large mailing projects. This position requires superior public speaking skills, interaction with the public, and excellent customer service skills. Must successfully complete one academic year as a Teal Trailblazer (Tour Guide) Level I to advance to the Level 2 position.
Transportation Van Driver - TVD, BC*
Responsible for operating vehicles transporting 14 or fewer passengers. Must maintain authorized driver status with the University. Must be able to work 14-20 hours a week. Required Education and Training: Must be a student at CCU. Must be able to meet the University’s authorized driver requirements, pass DOT drug screening, attending 40 hours of Transportation Student Driver Training that includes completing and maintaining: AAA Driver Safety Course, Van Driver Safety Course, First Aid Course, CPR & AED Course, and other driver services and safety-related training. Required Experience/Skills: Solid driving skills; provide outstanding customer service.
Tutor - TU
Teaches individuals about the specific subject matter in individual, group, or laboratory setting. Requires sufficient academic knowledge to perform teaching duties. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Undergraduate Research: Longlines and Sharks - LAS
Performs research activities that include preparation of longlines for cruises by assisting with the retrieval of and preparation of bait to set and retrieve longlines or other duties. Duties may occur on a cruise, in the field, in a lab, in a classroom, or any other specialized or unspecialized space for the activities listed above. The student performs specialized student duties that include, but not limited to, handling sharks, removing sharks from longline, removing hooks from sharks, and tagging and releasing said sharks. Attendance and participation in pre-cruise safety and procedural briefings are required before every cruise. Lastly, the student will assist with cleaning of the boat. It requires previous experience of 90+ undergraduate hours or a B.S. in a related field with above average performance. They must have acquired significant experience on at least 10 shark research cruises under Dr. Abel's direction. Familiarity with and strict adherence to guidelines and protocols prepared by Dr. Abel are essential. Satisfactory and ongoing real-time assessment must be met to ensure safety protocols. Training will continue throughout and the student is expected to work while making daily decisions about tasks, time, and information.
UN Youth Corps Spring Interns - UN1
Students will work in professional, career-related positions, while also applying the UN Sustainable Development Goal targets to the sponsor organizations. Students will analyze this experience in a research-driven report at the end of the semester. Hours: 15-20 per week. Application is required to participate.
UN Youth Corps Summer Interns - UN2
Students will work in professional, career-related positions, while also applying the UN Sustainable Development Goal targets to the sponsor organizations. Students will analyze this experience in a research-driven report at the end of the semester. Hours: 37.5 per week. Application is required to participate.
Union Facility Supervisor - UM
Assist the Assistant Director of Student Life with the day-to-day operations of the Lib Jackson Student Union. Regulate and monitor service, safety, and security of the student union by opening and closing the student union, walking rounds, responding to issues, and completing reports. Supervise student assistants working as game room attendants, room set up technicians/union assistants, and movie theater attendants.
Usher - US
Directs and assists patrons into proper seats. Distributes programs. Sees that safety rules (e.g. no smoking, etc.) are obeyed. Assists patrons who request directions to various facilities (e.g. drinking fountains, etc.). Performs related tasks as assigned.
Assisting professional staff with clerical support, maintaining office supply inventory
Video Technical - VT
Position performs duties of a technical in scope and varies in nature. Position may perform functions such as working with cameras and other video equipment. Provides technical assistance with equipment, supplies, and provides audio-visual equipment as requested. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Wheelwright Student Manager - WW
Supervise the front of the house during an event. They are responsible for the safety and well-being of all patrons and Event Staff during events. House Managers often work with no supervisor and must provide leadership and guidance for staff. House Managers are also the main source of communication for the front of the house and are often directly connected to an events' technical director, stage manager, etc. House Managers act as head supervisors when the Manager and Assistant Manager of Ticketing and Patron services are absent. They have the authority to release Event Staff from their duties but must properly record any release in the event paperwork. House Managers are responsible for all aspects of ticketing operations during an event in the absence of the Manager and Assistant Manager of Ticketing and Patron Services.
Women in STEM Fellowship Mentors - WMS
Help organize, promote, and implement events. Keep up a social media presence for the Women in STEM Fellowship. Lead regular meetings with Women in STEM fellows. Keep track of attendance at meetings. Serve as a liaison between the Women in STEM fellows and their faculty advisors.
*BC - Position requires a background check