Elected and Appointed Student Job Listings
NOTICE: To inquire about a student job posting, please come to AU Human Resources, Decker Hall, Room 11. You will be given additional information and a referral to contact the department. A Student Employment Referral must be obtained from Human Resources to contact a department for student employment.
Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours of classes in the fall to qualify for summer student employment.
NOTICE: Jobs that fall under the elected and appointed category: PACT Program, Morrison Institute, CAB - Campus Activities Board, RA - Resident Assistants, RCA - Summer = Resident Conference Assistants, Student Programs – Orientation Coordinator,. Theatre: Sound Designer, Costumer, Shop Foreman, Scenic Artist, Lighting Designer, House Manager, Stage Manager, Stage Lighting Technician, Props Master. and others.
Theatre: Hired as needed for each theatre production: Sound Designer, Costumer, Shop Foreman, Scenic Artist, Lighting Designer, House Manager, Stage Manager, Stage Lighting Technician, Props Master.
Job openings are announced in chapel, through signs/announcements around campus and in Human Resources (HR). Come to HR for a student employment referral and additional information. The following positions for the summer or next academic year are typically advertised in chapel and signs around campus in January to begin the application process including references and interviews with hiring decisions usually made by the end of March.
PACT Program The PACT program seeks to provide opportunities for students to grow in their understanding of peacebuilding. The PACT STudent Coordinator will be responsible for organizing STudent Peace Initiative, serving on the PACT Advisory Committee, and assisting with various PACT sponsored campus events. Coordinate activities for the Peace and Conflict Transformation (PACT) Program to help fulfill its objectives. Student will gain experience in planning and implementing events in conjunction with PACT and SPI (AU’s Student Peace Initiative), as well as cooperating with other partners both on and off campus. The student will help raise visibility of the PACT Program on campus and provide support and assistance to students in SPI, working to ensure continuity in the leadership of SPI.
Morrison Institute "To believe in a hopeful future, it is necessary to have faith in youth, for they hold in their hands the hope of the future." - John A. Morrison Your college years bring some of the most fun and challenging times in your life. At the Morrison Institute, we believe that the biggest challenges lead to the greatest rewards. The Morrison Institute connects students to challenging opportunities to reflect on faith, strengthen character, serve in leadership, lead in service, become community builders and develop a personal sense of calling. The Morrison Institute offers a forum for students of all disciplines and backgrounds through two initiatives: University Fellows and University Leadership Council. University Fellows is designed for freshmen and sophomores seeking spiritual growth and professional development. The Fellows meet twice a week for one semester. Application required. University Leadership Council (ULC) provides fellowship and unity for students serving in leadership positions.
CAB - The Campus Activities Board (CAB) provides a variety of programs to enhance the academic and social atmosphere on campus through interaction among students, faculty, and staff. Whether students are interested in off-campus recreational activities, campus activities, films, public relations, or technical operations, CAB can provide the opportunity to get involved and gain valuable leadership skills.
RA - Resident Assistants are assigned to each floor of the residence hall. They serve as campus resources, plan and implement floor and hall programming, promote academic achievement, help enforce regulations, consult with the RDs about individual students’ behavior and needs and act upon matters that concern the welfare of students in the residence hall. RAs are students who are selected in the spring and assigned to serve the following school year.
RCA - Summer - The Resident Conference Assistant (RCA), who is a current Anderson University student and hired through the conferencing office for summer employment, plays a vital role in ensuring the success of the University’s summer conference and camp program. The Resident Conference Assistant is involved in every aspect of the conference and camp program, from general preparation for a visiting group, to planning specific group needs with individual conference directors or coaches, and on-site management. The RCA assigned to a specific group will be the primary contact person for any arrangements that needs to be made for a camp or conference once the summer has begun. Prior to the completion of the semester, all correspondence can be done through the conferencing office.
Student Programs - Orientation Coordinator: Schedule New Student Orientation for first and second semesters. Organize and confirm the sessions, facilitators, entertainment, activities, and publications. Help with the theme and order t-shirts. Work in the Student Programs Office during the summer to organize orientation. Choose, train, and supervise family group leaders. Help develop and redefine the role family group leaders play in orientation. Lead spring training for family group leaders. Evaluate each part of orientation. Maintain weekly office hours in the Student Programs Office. Participate in weekly staff meetings with all of the Student Programs staff, attend all CAB events, and help in the campus wide distribution of Stall Talk and event posters.
Student ProgramsPeer Mentors are upperclassmen selected from a group of applicants. The two main components of the First Year Experience are mentoring relationships and classes. Each new student is connected with a peer mentor and a faculty mentor. In addition, each new student takes a First Year Seminar class in the fall and a Liberal Arts Seminar in the spring. “Students are placed into mentor groups with a group of their classmates,” said Associate Dean of Students Dean Branson. “We give them a cohort-based experience. The faculty and peer mentors work together to team-teach the fall course.” Peer mentors also provide assistance to the faculty mentors. They send reminders to the students about upcoming meetings, what assignments are due, and answering any questions they may have about the class.