Work Study Jobs
Important news about the 2014-2015 Academic Year Work Study Job postings
Starting with the 2014-2015 academic year, Work Study jobs will be posted at Wildcat Careers. Wildcat Careers is part of Academic Advising and Career Services.
Search for Work Study positions for the 2014-2015 academic year at Wildcat Careers.
Manage your Work Study postings for the 2014-2015 academic year at Wildcat Careers.
The 2014/2015 Academic Year Work Study Payroll Schedule is available here
Summer 2014 Work Study Jobs
This list is updated on a daily basis.
Please note that the jobs posted below represent only those that were submitted to our office to date. The list is updated on a regular basis, however, students are encouraged to contact departments directly regarding the availability of other work study positions that are not listed here.
Need help finding a job? Not sure how to prepare your resume?
- If you are eligible for federal work-study and interested in one of these positions, contact the job supervisor directly.
- An award of Federal Work Study is not a guarantee of a job. These positions are competitive and it is up to the student to be pro-active in pursuing employment.
- All employment forms for on-campus positions may be obtained from your supervisor.
- For off-campus positions, forms are available in the Financial Aid Office.
- For Direct Deposit of your paycheck, complete the Direct Deposit Authorization Form.
- Work study employers who wish to post a job should complete the Job Request Form and submit it to the Financial Aid Office.
- The 2014 Summer Work Study Payroll Schedule is available here.
Summer Work Study Jobs begin Friday, May 16, 2014 through Monday, September 1, 2014.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Job starts August through early October. Monday - Friday 4-5 hours a day (during business hours 8-5).
-Schedule and manage a variety of complex meetings with multiple participants including many difficult-to-schedule calendars of individuals, meeting rooms, meeting equipment, and virtual meeting services (webex, goto meeting, video conferencing, etc.). Also assist in the prep for the meetings; creating and gathering materials as well as ensuring that the room and meeting organizer is prepared as they need to be.
-Provide assistance to Advancement Services staff in planning, scheduling and filing reimbursements for business travel
-Maintain time and attendance sheets of the Advancement Services departments and submit to HR when necessary.
-Assist with business functions such as make department purchases
-Maintain confidentiality in communicating sensitive information and in handling confidential materials such as departmental records and files.
Please send resume to email@example.com
-One year of experience in clerical/office support work.
-Keyboarding and computer skills, such as word processing, e-mail, spreadsheets, and software applications required.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Farm worker needed to help maintain research plots.
Minimum Qualifications: learn on site2014-04-24 14:47:07
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: The UNH/USNH Financial & Team (FAST) has an IT Assistant positions available for a student who are eligible for 2014 Summer Work-Study. This position offers opportunities to learn and use document imaging systems, data base management systems, and financial accounting systems. Student will have an opportunity to put some college learning into practical use. USNH Financial Services offers a pleasant work environment and flexible hours. Must be reliable, able to work with sensitive data, detail orientated and work independently. Looking for 20 plus hours a week, starting pay $10.50/hour. If interested , please contact Scott Drolet @ 862-1332 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an interview.
Minimum Qualifications: Basic computer skills and ability to work with limited supervision. Hands on training when hired.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Hours and duties vary by hiring department - most summer positions typically offer 10-37.5 hours per week. Computer and software use exists in all positions; experience with Microsoft Excel highly desirable. Most positions require customer service in person, by phone and/or by email. Other general duties include shelving, checking order of books on shelves, scanning, clerical tasks and projects as they arise. Most positions require lifting piles of books, pushing heavy book carts, and bending repeatedly. All positions require daytime hours; most positions also require night and weekend work. For more detailed job descriptions and our online application please visit: www.library.unh.edu in the “About Us” section under “Student Employment.”
Minimum Qualifications: Applicants with summer work study strongly preferred. Please apply for and find out your summer work study award BEFORE filling out an application- you will find the summer work study application on Blackboard under WebCat/Services in the Financial Aid section). All applicants must demonstrate a strong work ethic, be customer oriented, able to work quickly and confidently on a computer, have good attention to detail, and be comfortable with repetitive tasks.2014-05-22 11:41:09
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Front desk coverage, general clerical tasks (scanning, photocopying and filing), errands, data entry, assist with various Institute events. Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Individuals will be organized, independent and have strong communications skills. Must have experience with MS Office and be eligible for work study. We are looking for coverage on Thursdays. Must be available to work 6-8 hours on Thursdays between the hours of 9am-4:30pm.2014-06-30 10:47:24
The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS) is a non-profit organization in Manchester, New Hampshire. ORIS aids in the resettlement refugee and immigrant groups in Manchester by providing training, resources, assistance, and opportunities that promote self-sufficiency. ORIS’s New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP) is a community-based agricultural initiative that helps refugees and immigrants in New Hampshire build sustainable farm enterprises that are consistent with their culture, lifestyle, and personal aspirations and that strengthen regional agriculture as a whole.
Duties include development and distribution of NASAP outreach and marketing materials. Additionally, the intern will assist immigrant farmers at the incubator farm and market sites.
• Assist with NASAP sponsored cooperative marketing activities.
• Increase marketing efficacy of Fresh Start Farms brand through promotion and outreach.
• Develop and maintain productive working relationships with local residents for the purpose of marketing crops at farmers’ markets and through a CSA.
• Provide technical assistance to farmers at markets, including development of point of sales materials and record keeping systems.
• Provide technical assistance to farmers with vendor registration and at point of sale for federal nutritional benefit programs, including WIC, SNAP, and Senior FMNP
• Assist project staff and evaluators with gathering information on the effectiveness of marketing, production, and education initiatives.
• Participation at regular project meetings and other events as scheduled.
• Timely production of timesheets and regular reports.
• Perform other related duties as required.
Minimum Qualifications: Willingness to work on farm and garden sites is a must. The ideal candidate will have experience in vegetable crop production. During the season, much of the work will take place in the field. Farm work may include planting, watering, harvesting, post-harvest handling, and/or scouting for pests.
The student will gain valuable experience working with people from all over the world. The student must consider working with persons of different backgrounds and cultural practices as an opportunity to learn and exchange ideas.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Seeking highly motivated first or second year undergraduate students with career interests in computer science. This position is for full year employment, including semesters and semester breaks. Student operators will learn and apply many skills including: Unix/Linux workstation and server setup/admin; Mac and Windows system setup/admin; network admin; database (Oracle/MS Access/SQL Server) design/development; Windows C++/C#/ Dot Net development; web Mod-Perl/DBI/CGI/PHP/JSP/WebSphere HTML design; system backup/tape library admin; Unix C/C++ app development; Unix app support; customer relations. Students will gain valuable first-hand experience working with the guidance of our staff on current networking and computer technologies.
Minimum Qualifications: No experience is necessary. Applicants must have a demonstrable desire to learn and work both independently and as a member of a team. Please apply online at http://www.unh.edu/research/rci-student-employment-opportunities2014-04-22 15:07:52
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Looking for a fun and unique job? Northeast Passage maintains an equipment room with over 250 pieces of adaptive equipment used in all of our programming –everything from cycles to wheelchairs, water skis and hockey sleds. This position will require you to become intimately familiar with each piece, its function and quirks, check and repair items on rotating basis, change tires, identify, order and replace broken or missing parts, keep equipment inventory, maintain a clean and organized equipment room, maintain Northeast Passage vehicles, general assistance with loading and unloading for events, some heavy lifting may be required.
Minimum Qualifications: Must have extensive bike maintenance experience (changing tires, chains, pedals, adjusting derailleurs, brakes and much more) previous experience preferred with waxing skis, sharpening skate blades, knowledgeable and comfortable using tools, willingness and ability to learn quickly and work independently in a fast paced environment, reliable, self-starter, attention to detail, strong work ethic. Outdoor recreation experience a plus.
Looking for someone 4-6 hours per week on Mondays and/or Fridays during office hours (9am-5pm). Please submit cover letter detailing your experience, resume with references by email.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Assist classroom teachers and work with children ages Infant to Kindergarten.
Minimum Qualifications: Experience working with young children is preferred, along with at least one course in child development or early childhood education. Certification in Infant/Child First Aid and CPR is highly desirable. Applications are being accepted for both summer and fall.2014-04-17 11:30:49