Work-Study Information

Please make sure that all paperwork is complete and returned to the Office of Financial Aid. Only students who have been offered work-study in their financial aid offer may apply.

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

Work-Study Direct Deposit Agreement

Work-Study Handbook

Work-Study Payroll Dates

Work-Study Evaluation Form

Spring 2024 Openings

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    Accounting Assistant

    Location: Business Affairs Building
    Supervisor: Josie Below
    Contact: belowj@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will perform a variety of accounting and administrative activities as assigned. This position will have the opportunity to become knowledgable in Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and specific payroll functions. Applicants should have knowledge of basic financial record-keeping methods, practice, and terminology. Applicants should have the ability to operate a calculator, make mathematical computations rapidly and accurately, learn to use Colleague software, work independently while recognizing situations that need the supervisor's attention, maintain orderly files and records, communicate effectively (orally and in writing), and establish cooperative working relationships with persons contacted in the course of performing assigned duties. Applicants must be willing to carry boxes of files.

    May be required to work: Days
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    Admissions Assistant

    Location: Chaffee Center
    Supervisor: Donna Ballard
    Contact: dballard@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will assist in recruitment efforts in an office setting. Duties include filing, answering phones, greeting visitors, helping with event setup, helping with prospective student outreach, and other duties as assigned. Applicants who have customer service and/or office assistant experience are preferred.

    May be required to work: Days
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    Athletic Event Management Student Assistant

    Location: Williams Gym
    Supervisor: Rita Smith
    Contact: smithr@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 3

    Job Description: Students will server as managers of the Bobcat Den concession stand (including preparing facility for opening, serving as sales staff and handling money, cleaning equipment and facility, maintaining inventory, restocking, etc.), assisting with event activities such as ticket sales and event setup, assisting athletic training staff, and assisting with general tasks for the Athletic Department. Applicants should be trustworthy and courteous, have a strong work ethic, maintain professional appearance and dress, be able to manage money and handle food, be able to maintain confidentiality, and be willing to work a flexible work schedule.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Nights, Weekends

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    Digital Studio Assistant

    Location: Chaffee Classrooms
    Supervisor: Melissa Ball-Martin
    Contact: ballm@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will be required to assist students in the Digital Studio, manage and assist in the upkeep of computers and other materials, and provide a safe working environment for students. Applicants must be familiar with iMacs, Creative Cloud Applications, and equipment. CMAD majors with specializations in Communication Arts or Creative Marketing preferred. 

    May be required to work: Evenings, Nights, Weekends

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    Theatre Arts Technical Studio Assistant

    Location: Lauritsen Technical Theatre and Design Studio
    Supervisor: Scott Koenig
    Contact: koenigs@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 2

    Job Description: Student will learn and execute a wide variety of tehatrical construction techniques, utilizing many different materials (wood, fabric, plastics, foam, metal, paint, etc.). Student's primary task will be to prepare and install the scenery needed for each Theatre Arts stage production. Student will help with props needed for each production and maintain the related working environment. No experience is necessary. Applicants must have an able body and willing mind. The position involves using power tools and applicants must be willing to get dirty. The position is open to applicants in any area of study, but preference may be given to those focusing on Theatre Arts.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Nights, Weekends
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    Advancement/Alumni Assistant

    Location: Needham Alumni House
    Supervisor: Sarah Koch
    Contact: kochs@lmc.edu

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will provide clerical/office support (customer service, greeting visitors, information research, record updates, data entry, mail merging, assisting with thank you notes or mailings, running errands on campus, supply inventory, filing/organizing/shredding, scanning/archiving files, etc.) and event management support (pre-event logistics, RSVP management, on-site event support, post-event analysis). Student will also help with donor outreach. Applicants should have strong communication skills, good attention to detail, advanced computer skills, and be very organized. Preference given to applicants interested in Outdoor Recreation Management, Business, Higher Education, Nonprofit Management, Communications, Event Planning, Hospitality Management, or Volunteer Management.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Weekends
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    Marketing and Communications Assistant

    Location: Chaffee Center
    Supervisor: Emily Webb
    Contact: webber@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will help with everyday office tasks such as filing, organizing, making copies, etc., on an as-needed basis. Student will be responsible for changing and maintaining the marquee. Student will also help with a variety of tasks such as writing press releases, maintaining an active social media strategy, and/or event photography. Other tasks may be assigned as needed. Applicants with Communication Arts, English, or Business Administrations majors will be preferred, as well as applicants with experience in graphic design or photography.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Nights
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    Sports Information/Visual Media Assistant

    Location: Athletic Complex
    Supervisor: Blake Smith
    Contact: smithn@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will help with game-day operations of home sporting events and assist in producing quality content for all LMC communication channels. Student will help advance the Bobcat brand and help create a successful game-day experience for each of our varsity teams. Applicants should be detail-oriented and highly organized with an interest in working in athletics.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Nights, Weekends
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    Natural Sciences Assistant

    Location: Bowman Building
    Supervisor: Shinjini Goswami
    Contact: goswamis@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Student will assist instructors with lab prep, perform basic organization, inventory, and cleaning, develop and create bulletin board notices and informational displays, assist with basic secretarial tasks, and coordinate with instructors for independent tasks. Student will also assist with organization and maintenance of the Natural Sciences Greenhouse and Elk Valley Field Station.

    May be required to work: Days, Evenings, Nights, Weekends