You may click Apply for the available position that you wish to apply for. Then provide your Southwestern username/password and click Next.
You may submit a general employment application for an unposted job in a specific department by just providing your Southwestern username/password and clicking Next.
In order to be eligible to work on campus, here is what you need to provide:
The Advancement Department needs a front desk receptionist, starting on Monday, May 8, or as soon as possible after Graduation. The job schedule is M-Th from 8-5, and from 8-12 on Fridays. Responsibilities include answering the phone, greeting visitors, and other office responsibilities. If interested, please apply. You may also email Vonda Seals at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Custodial Services is hiring for the Summe break 2017. During summer break, we deep clean all buildings, including shampooing carpets, strip and wax vct floors. Hours are M-Th : 8:00 - 12:00, 1:00 - 5:00 and Friday 8:00 - 12:00
There is 5 openings available. All students applying must be at least at step 6 in the registration process.
Exterior of vehicles: Pressure wash exterior of vehicle using various cleaning solutions, buff vehicles using cloths and buffing machines (if necessary), polish wheels. Inside of vehicle: Vacuum to remove dirt and debris, clean upholstery and surfaces, use cloths to dry surfaces and apply preservation chemicals to surfaces for protection against spots and stains, rinse and dry mats. Some detailing jobs involve cleaning and removing any grease on engines or engine compartments.
Must have a valid drivers license and have working hours M, W, F 8:00 am - 12 pm or M, W, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Students applying must be at least at step 6 in the registration process
Student Financial Services is hiring for Summer Semester.
Preference is given to Business majors.
Must have a 3.0 or higher GPA.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive data.
Ability to work well with others and present a positive attitude to the public.
Fall class schedule is required. Currently, applicants' Spring 2017 schedules are being forwarded to us. Therefore, after applying, please e-mail your Fall 2017 class schedule to email@example.com.
If students have any questions, please stop by Student Financial Services.
Need someone who can sing and play piano or guitar by ear to lead song service for ESL worship at 10:00 AM Monday-Thursday.
Smiling team players who are self motivated, dependable, willing to learn, have a positive attitude, and work efficiently under pressure.
All positions available.
Flexable hours, 7 days a week.
I9 form & smiles required.
Food handlers license preferred.
The Department of Marketing and Public Relations is looking for more student photographers and videographers to work through the year. The hours include evenings and weekends – whenever campus events are happening! To apply, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with references and your photography/videography portfolio (samples of your work including portrait, event, and inside and outside photography or videos, vlogs, etc).
We need videographers to cover all events. We’re especially looking for photographers to cover sporting events, as we already have several who prefer to cover music events, spiritual life, etc.
Get involved and help make your campus look good to the world!
· Provide a uniformed presence for the safety of students, employees and visitors.
· Patrol and provide security for campus buildings and grounds and guard against crime, including theft and
· Investigate complaints and incidents according to established procedures.
· Provide security escort services as requested.
· Check doors and windows for security; lock doors and turn out lights.
· Watch for and report fire hazards and unsafe conditions to the proper authorities.
· Immediately report fires and accidents to the proper authorities.
· Report unusual or suspicious occurrences.
· Prepare incident reports, log calls received and complete other record keeping as required.
· Operate powered equipment such as mowers, tractors, twin-axle vehicles, snow blowers, chain-saws, electric clippers, sod cutters, and pruning saws
· Mow and edge lawns, using power mowers and edgers.
Shovel snow from walks, driveways, and parking lots, and spread salt in those areas
· Maintain and repair tools, equipment, and structures such as buildings, greenhouses, fences, and benches, using hand and power tools.
· Use hand tools such as shovels, rakes, pruning saws, saws, hedge and brush trimmers, and axes.
· Trim and pick flowers, and clean flower beds.
· Rake, mulch, and compost leaves.
· Care for natural turf fields, making sure the underlying soil has the required composition to allow proper drainage and to support the grasses used on the fields.
· Decorate gardens with stones and plants.
· Repairs vehicle body and chassis parts, using hand and power tools, electric arc and oxyacetylene welding equipment.
· Under general supervision, maintains, repairs and overhauls light trucks, automobiles, vans and grounds equipment; operates a variety of hand, power and shop tools; and performs related duties as assigned.
· Diagnoses, repairs and adjusts steering mechanisms and other controls, checking and aligning wheels.
· Diagnoses, repairs and overhauls power transmission systems, including such parts as clutches, automatic and standard transmissions, differential units, gears, bearings, universal joints and hydraulic units
· Performs preventive maintenance and service work on trucks, automobiles, vans, grounds equipment and other small engines, including tune-ups, checking and replenishing fluid levels, replacing hoses, belts, batteries, wiper blades, bulbs, lamps; may clean vehicles; smog checks and certifies vehicles.
· Modifies and fabricates new parts for truck bodies and similar equipment.
· Reads and interprets manuals, specifications, blueprints, sketches and rough drawings.
Frequent airport trips for students
Now accepting applications for 48 fall semester positions.
Work load ranges from 6 to 30 hours per week. All positions require some weekend work (no more than 4 time in a semester)
Priority is given to previous employees, in good standing, for Rusty Bucket and Cashiering positions.
Develop web applications using HTML5 and Java. We are using Spring MVC & Grails to develop web applications. You'll learn SQL, Database basics, HTML5, JQuery, AJAX, Spring, Hibernate, and a bunch of other things.
Mon - Thu 8am - 5pm
Fri 8am - 12pm
You'll need to work at least 2 hours per day