Student Job Categories
(Choose the category to review current student job listings.)
2013-2014 Summer and academic year positions are now being posted.
Student Manager: Primary responsibility is the supervision and scheduling of other student workers or operational functions. May require that students bring specialized skills to the position, completion of specific training or course work.
Labor/Maintenance/Security/Service Trades: Students perform general maintenance work or work in specific service areas not requiring prior training. The work environment may include varying weather conditions or temperatures. The work may require physical exertion or be viewed as less desirable by students. The work may involve a student being the only person on duty.
Technical: Students perform a range of duties which require technical education and/or training. Students bring specialized skills to the position. Certification may be required.
Public Relations/Recruitment/Fund Raising: Students initiate contact with prospective students or donors for the purpose of recruiting or fund raising. Students may initiate contact with current students for participation in campus programs.
Office Support/Clerical: Students perform a range of duties for both academic and administrative departments requiring basic office skills, standard word processing and computer skills, record filing and maintenance, answering the telephone, greeting office visitors, providing accurate information, and maintain confidentiality.
Major Requirements: Students perform a range of duties which require completion for specific course work or declare a specific major area of study. Positions may involve assisting other students or technical work not involving student contact.
Campus Services: Students perform a range of duties which are primarily customer service and routine in nature. No prior work experience, skills, or training is required. Responsibilities can be learned in a short period of time.
Elected or Appointed Positions: Students are elected to the position or are appointed to lead a program or project. Positions are typically a stipend position.
Off-Campus Community Services (FWS Eligible Only): Academic Year Positions Only ~ No Summer Positions ~ First work day for 2012-13 school year: September 10, 2012. Students work jobs in a variety of local nonprofit, governmental, and community-based organizations that serve to improve the quality of life for community residents, particularly low-income individuals, or to solve particular problems related to their needs, such as family literacy projects. These organizations are awarded Federal Work Study contracts in which Anderson University pay the student wages. For Off-Campus Community Services: All students, including students that previously worked the off campus positions, must receive a Student Employment Referral at the beginning of each academic year to verify FWS eligibility for current academic year.