This page is a listing for current Student Campus Jobs during the academic year. You do not have to be work-study eligible to apply. Please contact the individual department for more information and to apply for the position.

If you have specific questions about student employment, please contact  Kevin Adair ([email protected]).

Showing jobs 1-5 of 46 total student jobs available

Graphic Arts Designer - Art

Date Posted: 08/09/2022
Student to design posters for lectures and other tasks as assigned. The student must have a strong graphic ability and knowledge of Photoshop/Adobe Creative Suite and InDesign.
Contact: Deb Thurston - [email protected]
Department: Art

Art - Office Assistant

Date Posted: 08/09/2022
The student will assist the department administrative assistant with office duties and special projects. No prior experience necessary. Please email Deb Thurston at [email protected] if interested.
Contact: Deborah Thurston - Art Department
Department: Art

Scheduling Clerk

Date Posted: 06/24/2022
Seeking first-year students willing to work through the academic year through commencement in May. If you are unable to commit to working commencement weekend, we unfortunately cannot hire you. Duties include answering phones, approving event web requestsdata entry and other projects as assigned. Applicants should have proficient software skills, meticulous attention to detail, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Please apply before August 29, 2022.
Contact: Lissa King ([email protected])
Department: Campus Events - Scheduling

MOA- Curatorial Intern

Date Posted: 02/16/2022
The Colby Museum of Art has an opening for a curatorial intern for the Spring 2022 semester, to assist the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow for Research and Scholarly Engagement with a research question related to the history of the m useum"s collection. Wrkinglosely with the Fellow, the intern will focus their research on situating the Colby Museum in relation to art museums in the region. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Marisa C. Sanchez, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow for Research by Mon. 2/28
Contact: Marisa C. Sánchez
Department: Museum of Art

Facilities - Office Assistant

Date Posted: 09/28/2021
Student independently monitors work order process in the TMA Computer Program. Responsible for generating, completing, researching and filing work order documents. Processes hot and cold work orders and identifies problem areas to supervisors.Complete pojects as assigned by the Director. Resolves Dorm Damage inquiries, takes project photos, and prepares spreadsheets, booklets and other documentation. Responsible for monthly inventory of Lounge Furniture including preparation of reports.
Contact: Cindy White
Department: Facilities Services
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