Work Study Information

Please make sure that all paperwork is complete and returned to the Student Financial Aid Office.

Only students who have been offered work-study in their Financial Aid Package may apply.

  • Work-study Students can complete 110 hours each semester.
  • Students cannot complete more than 20 hours in one week (Saturday-Friday).
     

Work-Study Direct Deposit Agreement

Work-Study Handbook

Work-Study Payroll Dates

Work-Study Evaluation Form

Fall 2018 Openings

Athletics

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    Bobcat Den Concessions

    Location: Williams Gymnasium and Concessions
    Supervisor: Rita Smith
    Contact: smithr@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Not required to be an athlete. Serve as student manager of the Bobcat Den Concession Stand. Prepare facility and products, serve as sales staff (requires being responsible for money), clean equipment and store items properly, maintain accurate inventory, restock and organize inventory, assist with ticket sales, gate supervision, event preparation and set up, and special entertainment activities. Other duties as assigned. Must be trustworthy, courteous, and have strong work ethic, willing to maintain professional appearance, willing to be flexible with work schedule, be cognizant of precautions to handle food, and be able to manage money.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

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    Lifeguard

    Location: Pool at Williams Gymnasium
    Supervisor: Sean Weddell
    Contact: weddells@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: American Red Cross Lifeguard and CPR Certification required; Ensure safety of patrons by preventing and responding to emergencies. Maintain constant surveillance in the facility; act immediately and appropriately to secure safety of patrons in the event of an emergency; provide emergency care and treatment as required until arrival of emergency medical services; pool cleaning and routine maintenance; present professional appearance and attitude at all times and maintain a high standard of customer service; prepare and maintain activity reports; other duties as assigned. Must have the ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations, skill in rescue techniques, ability to pass physical skills evaluation, ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork, knowledge of CPR, ability to follow routine instructions, knowledge of customer service standards and procedures.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights

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    Sports Information

    Location: Williams Gymnasium
    Supervisor: Andy Fisher
    Contact: fishera@lmc.edu  

    Positions Available: 3

    Job Description: Not required to be an athlete. Assist Sports Information Department with various press box/row duties, aid in compiling record books and other statistical information for athletic department, writing and designing press releases and feature stories. Must have demonstrated writing ability, strong communication skills, and exceptional work ethic. Photography, graphic design and video editing skills a plus. Must be able to work in extreme temperatures, and have ability to lift and move up to 50 pounds.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

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    Track & Field/Cross Country Assistant

    Location: Track and Field/Cross Country Office
    Supervisor: Ley Fletcher
    Contact: fletcherl@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Cannot be Track & Field or Cross Country Athlete. Make sure water and equipment is set up for workouts, help time event groups, computer knowledge is a must to help with recruiting letters, recruiting lists and other office work, help with spraying weeds and blowing grass and leaves off the track

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

School of Business

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    School of Business Assistant

    Location: School of Business (bottom of Tennessee Residence Hall)
    Supervisor: Amy Anderson
    Contact: andersona@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Support work for faculty in the School of Business. Provide administrative support to include but not limited to filing, organizing, maintaining supplies, running copies, data entry and report development. Must be professional, self-starter, eager to assist, understanding of MS Office and/or willing to be trained, reliable, etc. Prefer good organizational skills. Other duties as assigned.

    May be required to work: days

Theatre Arts

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    Costume Shop Assistant

    Location: Whitesell Costume Shop
    Supervisor: Michael Hannah
    Contact: hannahm@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Assist in daily maintenance of costume shop, including costume collection; refiling costumes into the collection as they are returned to the shop; help pull costumes from the collection for productions or other borrowings; helping in constructing, adapting, or repairing costumes and accessories as needed; help complete laundry during productions and after productions conclude; assist in the fitting of performers during costume construction; daily cleaning sweeping, mopping, and dusting as needed to keep the shop in working order.

    May be required to work: days, nights, weekends