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Student Employment



 
 **For this employment, state law requires a state and national criminal history background check as a condition of employment.
Are you interested in Student Employment on campus? Review the following list of current vacancies and contact those departments that have vacancies for which you are qualified. PLEASE REMEMBER - every student worker must have an updated FAFSA on file in order to work (with the exception to International Students). If you are unsure as to whether or not you are eligible for Student Employment or to check on your FAFSA, please call (270)745-5513.
 
The following departments have online applications that can be submitted directly to their departments:
Housing and Residence Life: http://www.wku.edu/housing/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=118&Itemid=81
IT HelpDesk:  http://webapps.wku.edu/helpdesk/employment/
Technical Support Services - TopperTech: http://webapps.wku.edu/toppertech/employment/
Raymond B. Preston Health and Activities center: http://www.wku.edu/imrec/facilities/studentemployment.php 
WKU Libraries:  http://www.wku.edu/library/job.php
WKU Health Services: http://www.wku.edu/healthservices/employment/  

Desktop Supporthttp://webapps.wku.edu/desktopsupport/employment/

Audiovisual Services (AVS) - Student Consultant:  http://www.wku.edu/it/avs/studentemployment.php
 
 

Spring 2017 Vacancies

Event Staff - THIS WEEKEND MARCH 25TH-26TH

$10.00 per hour and 9-40 hours for the weekend.

Work Schedule: You can work as many shifts as you want. However, please commit to the schedule that you are signing up for, to be eligible to work in the future.

Below is the schedule:

Saturday March 25th

6:00AM – 3:00PM

2:00PM – 10:30PM

Sunday March 26th:

6:00AM – 12:30PM

11:30AM – 7:00PM

Job Description: 1. Secure Parking Lots for special events: Football/Basketball games, commencement ceremonies, concerts and any other events requiring reserved parking.
2. Checking permits for proper entry into reserved lots.
3. Communicate with the public and guest answering question about event and directing them to proper parking areas.

Required Skills: 1. Standing for extended period and working in the outside element of the weather. (We work during rain, snow, sun and in the day or night.
2. Must be cool headed when assisting customers. Customer service is very important to me.
3. If you sign up for work you must show up. People not showing up puts an undue burden and stress on those who do show up.
4. At times, we do charge for parking.
5. We do put up barricades that need to be moved to allow entry to those who have the proper permit for the event. So, attendant needs to be alert and attentive.

Please apply by emailing Keisha Minley at jobs@diversitysearchgroup.com.

 

Study Away Office Assistant

The Office of Study Away is a unit of Extended Learning & Outreach.  The office manages Study Away, American Traveler, and Faculty-Led Study Abroad programs, along with the National Student Exchange.  We partner with faculty and academic departments to develop and administer innovative learning opportunities within the US and around the world.   The Office of Study Away is located in Tate Page Hall 121.

Study Away Programs - Off-campus programs that enable students to apply the lessons learned in the classroom in a practical, hands-on setting. Earn WKU credit in courses taught by WKU faculty.  Faculty-Led Study Abroad - Summer Session and Winter Term short-term study abroad programs offer WKU credit to destinations throughout the world.   WKU is also the host institution for CCSA – The Cooperative Center for Study Abroad.  CCSA is a 26 members consortium that administers study abroad programs in English-speaking countries.  The National Student Exchange is a tuition‐reciprocal exchange program for students enrolled at nearly 200 member universities in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  With CCSA, FLSA and Study Away all under one roof, students and faculty have several options that cater more to specific needs and interest.   All programs found at this link:  www.wku.edu/studyaway.

Pay rate: $7.25 per hour

Hours per week: 20

Beginning: April 1, 2017

Responsibilities: include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Maintain set hours in main office to answer phones, direct inquires, collect/deliver mail, run errands, and other general office tasks.
  • Process applications and registration forms using an Access database and other MS Office products. 
  • Assist with the planning, preparation and implementation of events and programming.
  • Share social media presence for all our programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • An undergraduate or graduate student in good standing.
  • Ability to work an average of 20 hours per week (varies depending on time of year) with weekend and/or evening hours.
  • Satisfactory progress toward completion of degree program while maintaining full-time enrollment each semester.
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative with essential tasks.

Essential Skills:

  • Organized, reliable self-starter with proven ability to follow through on tasks.
  • Critical thinking, problem-solving, time-management, and professionalism.
  • Sensitivity to cultural, economic and educational differences of the diverse populations served.
  • Experience in marketing, public relations, presentations and/or online media useful.

Application Process:

The deadline March 31, 2017 and open until filled.  Expected start date mid-April. Selection will be made based upon a combination of experience, goals, relevancy to graduate program and recommendations from faculty members and/or professional contacts. Though summer 2017 is required, preference given to candidates able to continue during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Submit resume, cover letter, and 2 recommendation letters (email) from faculty members and/or professional contacts to the Jerry Barnaby either in person (Tate Page Hall 121, Attn: Study Away-Summer 2017), or via email to jerry.barnaby@wku.edu (Subject: Study Away-Summer 2017).

 

Student Worker

Student worker needed to assist with fire and safety inspections.

Pay rate: $8 per hour

Hours per week: 20 hours during semester and full time in the summer.

Beginning: March

Work Schedule: 8-4:30 and early mornings required.

Job Description: EHS is looking for an individual to work with the University Fire Marshall inspection team. Individual must be reliable and responsible, 20 hours during the semester and full time during summer break. Must have good communication skills and computer skills (spread sheets and word docs). Have the ability to walk to and from several buildings and carry testing equipment. Some early morning work schedules. Assigned duties will follow after training is complete. 

If interested, please contact Bob Austin at bob.austin@wku.edu or at 270-745-2931.

 

WKU Public Broadcasting - Logistics Coordinator

Freshman or Sophomore with at least a 3.0 GPA and business majors are preferred.

Pay rate: starting at $8.00 per hour

Hours per week: up to 20 hours per week during the semester / up to 35 hours per week during summer and winter breaks

Work Schedule: Office hours are M-F; 8:00AM - 4:30PM. Possible events outside of office hours.

Job Description: The Logistics Coordinator will be responsible for the student production crew scheduling system. In cooperation with WKU Public Broadcasting, the Logistics Coordinator will schedule student production crew members for shoots (inside and outside of the studio) and events based on class schedule and skill sets. Using the existing scheduling system, the Coordinator will work to refine and make changes to the system for more effective and efficient management. The Coordinator will also generate reports for tracking proficiency of volunteers and timekeeping for paid student crew members.

Required Skills: Detail oriented, excellent organizational and communication skills, ability to work well in a team environment, working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), Google Calendar and Google Docs, excellent written, communication, and grammar skills, dependable and a self-starter.

To apply, please submit a resume with cover letter to Pat Reynolds via email to patricia.reynolds@wku.edu or drop it off in the WKU Public Broadcasting office, Academic Complex 153A.

 

Distance Learning Student Web Developer

Pay Rate: Starting salary $9.50/hour with raises based on performance and length of employment

Hours per Week: Up to 37.5 hours during the summer and up to 20 hours per week during the regular semester

Beginning Date: Immediately or at beginning of summer sessions

Work Schedule: Flexible hours available between 7:30 am and 4:00 pm Monday-Friday (summer hours), and must be available a minimum of 20 hours per week in summer. Fall and spring semester hours, 8:00am to 4:30pm, with a minimum of 10 hours per week.

Job Description:

  • Assist the Instructional Technologist in programming and management of various web applications. Examples of this type of programming would be PHP, HTML/CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Assist in the creation and management of databases.
  • Assist with online course accessibility.
  • Learn and use other software and equipment as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required skills:

  • Job requires ability to focus and concentrate with attention to detail.
  • Working knowledge of programming languages such as PHP, HTML/CSS, and Javascript.
  • Working knowledge of database creation and management. Experience with MySQL a plus.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.  
  • Excellent punctuality and reliability.

Apply by contacting distance.learning@wku.edu.

 

Glasgow Campus Library Student Assistant (Located in Glasgow, KY)

$7.25 per hour and 15-20 hours per week

Work Schedule: Flexible schedule that could include evenings.

Job Description: Responsible for providing general library support in such areas as technical service, circulation, and basic computer support; provide clerical assistance to Campus Librarian and Library Assistant; instruct patrons in use of library databases.

Required Skills: Federal work study eligible (please check with the Student Employment office to see if you are eligible); must have excellent customer service skills, possess excellent oral and written communication skills, can respond to general information requests by telephone or refers to Librarian, is proficient at typing and computer skills, knowledge of various software packages (Microsoft Office) and modern office technology.

If interested, application can be found at http://www.wku.edu/library/dlts/appform.php

 

WKU L.D. Brown Ag Expo Center - Student Operations Assistant

$7.25 per hour

Hours per week: varies due to event schedule

Beginning: Spring 2017

Work Schedule: varies due to events - weekends, weekdays, evenings, and holidays.

Job Description:

  • Set up, tear down, and clean up from various events (includes cleaning horse stalls)
  • Assisting with concessions and catering operations
  • Arena floor maintenance
  • Trash pick-up
  • Mowing/weedeating
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Job requires working outside during all weather conditions and frequently lifting in excess of 50 pounds (setting up livestock panels, tables and chairs, for example)

Required Skills: Basic equipment operation - tractor, skid loader, dump truck; students majoring in agriculture preferred.

If interested, please email Lindsay Meeks at lindsay.meeks@wku.edu for an application. No phone calls, please.

 

Financial Aid Office Call Center Student Worker

$7.25 per hour

Duties: Answer general financial aid questions via telephone and email.

Required Skills:

  • must be a freshman or sophomore in good academic standing
  • have the ability to work with the public in a professional manner
  • is dependable and courteous
  • be able to remain composed in stressful situations
  • proficient computer skills
  • excellent verbal and written skills
  • be able to work full time during the summer and early January and 15-20 hours per week during the academic year
  • must be able to multi-task while maintaining the flow of general office traffic
  • outgoing student who is able to learn quickly and take initiative

Please send cover letter, resume and copy of Spring 2017 class schedule via email to kathleen.edwards@wku.edu.

 

Student Fundraiser at TopperTalk

$7.75 per hour with opportunities for bonuses and incentives
9 hours per week minimum - 3 shifts of three hours each.
Beginning: ASAP -  we will hold new-hire training classes each week starting on the first week of classes.
Job Description: Student Fundraisers call alumni, parents, and friends of the university to raise money for many different areas of WKU. Topper Talk is a great place to share your passion for WKU with other and give them an opportunity to give back to the university, all while building your resume and improving your communication skills.
Required Skills: Applicants must be quick-learners, comfortable talking on the phone, have a very positive and upbeat attitude, and a proficient knowledge of and passion for WKU.
If interested, the application can be found online at http://wku.thecallingcenter.com.
 

Web/Graphic Design Intern

$7.50 per hour and 5-10 hours per week.

Beginning: January 23, 2017

Work Schedule: TBD

Job Description: The Visiting Scholar Residence (VSR) strives to complement WKU's vision to be A Leading American University with International Reach by providing reasonable and affordable temporary  housing for international guests of WKU. The web designer will be responsible for all website content, and digital media marketing for VSRs. This position is a one-semester, temporary job. However, if the skills of the applicant prove to be needed  on a regular basis there is potential for the position to continue.

  • Plan VSR site to meet goals of VSR manager while staying within WKU website guidelines
  • Create functionality in the VSR website
  • Develop VSR site navigation by categorizing content; funneling traffic through content
  • Develop VSR site content and graphics be coordinating with VSR manager and IT Consultant
  • Upgrade VSR site by updating content and graphics; identifying and evaluating improvement options; maintaining links
  • Maintains site appearance by developing and enforcing content and display standards; editing submissions
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Required Skills:

  • Full-time undergraduate student in good academic standing
  • Experience/major with web design/graphic design
  • Strong critical thinking and communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and in a team setting
  • Ability to work 5-10 hours per week

Those interested in the internship should send resume and cover letter to the Manager of the Visiting Scholar Residence at vsr@wku.edu with "Web/Graphic Design Intern" in the subject line. Select applicants may be asked to participate in an interview.

 

Student Office Assistant - Academic Advising and Retention Center

$7.40 per hour and 10-20 hours per week.
Beginning: Spring 2017 semester

Work Schedule:Student will set schedule and it will remain the same every week.
Job Description:The Student Office Assistant works under the direct supervision of the Academic Advisor - the Learning Center and the Office Coordinator. The position is responsible for providing office assistance and excellent customer service to WKU students, faculty, staff and other visitors of the Academic Advising and Retention Center.
Required Skills: Applicant must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student at WKU with at least a 2.5 overall GPA.
If interested, please apply at http://www.wku.edu/advising/student_employment.php


Special Event Staff

$8.50 per hour and up to 20 hours per week
Beginning: Work to commence when requirements through Student Employment are satisfied
Work Schedule: Evenings, weekends, and some mornings. Depending on student's school schedule
Job Description: Securing parking lots for special events on campus, checking permits for proper entry into reserved parking areas, communicating with guests and giving directions to available parking.
Required Skills: Standing for extended periods of time and working in the outside elements (heat, cold, rain, etc.), talking to guests while keeping a cool head, and moving barricades.
If interested, please contact Chester McNulty at chester.mcnulty@wku.edu or at 270-745-4920

 

Tutor - Academic Advising and Retention Center

$7.40 per hour and 10-20 hours per week.

Beginning: Spring 2017 semester

Work Schedule: Student will set hours

Job Description:The Tutors work under the direct supervision of the Academic Advisor-the Learning Center. The position is responsible for providing undergraduate WKU students with the instruction and support necessary to achieve their educational goals. Tutors work in the Learning Center within Academic Advising and Retention Center.

Required Skills: Applicant must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student at WKU with an overall GPA of at least a 3.25. Applicants must have earned an "A" or "B" in each course they will tutor, in order to maintain certification through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).

If interested, please apply at: http://www.wku.edu/advising/student_employment.php.

 

Peer Mentor

$7.40/hour 0-20 hours per week.
Beginning: Spring 2017
Number of Positions: 2+
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday
Job Description: Peer mentors (PM) will assist students with their transition from high school to college and aid in the overall success of their experience at WKU. Some responsibilities of the PM will include assisting with the implementation of program policies and procedures, managing scheduled appointments alongside the Graduate Assistant, and helping with marketing and communication efforts for in the Cornerstone Program. Other tasks expected of Peer Mentor include:
•          Meet with advisees on a regular basis
•          Record each session with advisees
•          Assist with the organizing of the Cornerstone program operational procedures
•          Assist with preparation of student files and advisement forms
•          Assist with mass communication efforts with students in the Cornerstone program
•          Maintain Cornerstone program databases as needed
•          Acquire knowledge of campus wide resources (for referral purposes)
•          Check program email and call-log account to ensure e-mails and phone calls answered within a reasonable amount of time.
Required Skills:
•          Excellent organizational, writing, communication, and interpersonal skills.
•          Be able to manage multiple tasks and take initiative.
•          Be able to work independently.
•          Detailed Oriented
•          Proficiency in Microsoft Office required
•          Able to multi-task and manage multiple projects simultaneously
•          Sufficient customers service skills
•          Ability to work with a diverse student population
•          Understanding of cultures and practices
•          Must have completed at least 45 university credit hours.
•          2.5 GPA
If interested, please send your resume to Carlous Yates at carlous.yates@wku.edu or Denise Smith denise.smith@wku.edu .

 

WKU Libraries Marketing/Southern Kentucky Book Fest Student Assistant

$8.00 per hour
15 hours per week (more hours available in the summer)
Beginning: January 2017 (summers preferred but not mandatory)
Work Schedule: Flexible shifts between 8-4:30, Monday-Friday, plus evening/weekend of SOKY Book Fest (April 21-22, 2017)
Job Description: WKU Libraries is seeking a professional, dependable student responsible for graphic design workon ads, posters, newsletter, pamphlets, and other promotional materials. Additional work includes general clerical duties, database entry, mass mailings, answering phones, and assisting at SOKY Book Fest in the spring.
Required Skills: Marketing, public relations and graphic design background, working knowledge of Adobe CS5, especially InDesign, working knowledge of Microsoft Office, likes books and reading, excellent organization, written, communication, grammar, and interpersonal skills, ability to analyze situation and determine appropriate next step, attention to detail and ability to work independently, some college experience required, 1617 FAFSA on file.
If interested, please submit an application online at http://www.wku.edu/library/dlts/appform.php.

 

 Summer 2017 Vacancies 

 

International Student Office (Student Worker)

$7.25 per hour and 20 hours per week

Beginning: Summer 2017 with continuing employment into the Fall 2017 semester.

Work Schedule: TBD

Number of Positions: 2

Job Description:

  • Assist with answering telephones, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus, stuffing envelopes, and making copies.
  • Greet office guests, answer questions and direct guests to the proper individual(s).
  • Greet students and their guests and check them in.
  • Data entry into Microsoft Excel and other software applications.
  • Make suggestions on how to streamline a process or task that is manual.
  • Create presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Other administrative duties or special projects as assigned.

Preferred Skills: Customer service, time management, multi-tasking, communication, intercultural proficiency, and student learning.

If interested, please email a copy of your resume to armin.hadziomerovic@wku.edu. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt with hiring of this position to take effect as soon as possible.

 

Student Production Team (SPT), Division of Student Affairs

At least $8 per hour and 15-20 hours per week.
Beginning: Summer 2017, into Fall 2017 semester
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday; 8AM-4:30PM
This position will report to the Marketing Coordinator, Housing and Residence Life.
Position Summary: The Graphic Designer will be responsible for the creation, editing, and production of various print, digital, and multimedia creative works for the SPT. This position is primarily responsible for the branding and image of the Division of Student Affairs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists in creation and implementation of Division of Student Affairs marketing and promotional activities. 

  • Applies graphic design principles to create and enhance Division of Student Affairs advertisements in various formats including but not limited to web, flyers, brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, signs, banners, murals, and physical art.

  • Reviews and updates existing signage, advertisements, and other publications

  • Consults with the SPT and appropriate Divisional offices (i.e., Marketing and Communication and Creative Web Services) on questions regarding design, coding, content

  • Participates in Division of Student Affairs events and promotional activities

  • Completes other duties as assigned by the Marketing Coordinator

*NOTE: the above list of major duties and responsibilities is meant to describe the general nature and level of work preformed; it is not intended to an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required for the position.
Required Skills: Full-time WKU student in good standing.

  • Internship credit may be available for students with related majors (graphic, design, visual art, advertising, etc,)

  • Communication: demonstrated ability to effectively communicate orally and verbally, excellent interpersonal skills, and ability to give a presentation if needed.

  • Technical: applicants should be knowledgeable of the following software and technologies: Adobe Creative Cloud, OSX, Microsoft Office, photography experience is a plus, and graphic design experience: print and digital. 

  • Organizational: ability to do self-directed work with minimal supervision.

If interested, please apply via email (katie.corbin@wku.edu) with the following: a resume, digital portfolio of design works, and current semester schedule. Please add "Graphic Designer Application" in the subject line. May specify interest in being considered for future vacancies in the email.

 

Upward Bound Tutor Counselor

$7.25 per hour (Free private room, meals and all fees to activities are provided, and all-expense paid trip to major city)

37.5 hours per week

Beginning: Anticipated dates of employment will be June 1 - July 14.

Number of Positions: 4-5

Work Schedule: Sunday evening - Friday afternoon

Job Description: The primary responsibility of a Tutor Counselor is to ensure the well-being of student participants, with regards to health and safety, discipline, interpersonal relationships, and approach to studies. TCs must be energetic, outgoing, compassionate, and driven to see first-generation and low income students succeed. Tutor Counselors live in the residence hall and help supervise students during the week. TCs participate in all program activities including: supervising study halls, tutoring students, and leading team competitions. TCs also participate in the end-of-the summer trip.

Duties:

  • Help develop and implement non-academic program activities (team competitions, crafts, social/cultural activities) 
  • Monitor study hall and tutor students in areas of academic expertise
  • Transport students to and from activities in program vehicles
  •  Monitor and evaluate students’ academic and social progress
  •  Motivate students to aspire to pursue higher education
  • Attend orientation/staff meetings

Required Skills:

  • Must be presently enrolled in college
  • Must have a cumulative 2.75 GPA or higher
  • Must have completed the sophomore year in college as of summer 2017
  • Must have strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Must have strong leadership skills
  • Must  be mature and have excellent professional judgment
  • Must have a valid driver's license. (For transportation reasons, preference is given to applicants 21 and older)
  • Preferred candidates should have experience working with low-income, first-generation students, and/or prior residential adviser or camp counselor experience

If interested, please complete the online application at https://www.wku.edu/upwardbound/employmentopportunities.php. Applications must be submitted by March 15, 2017.

 

Fall 2017 Vacancies

 

Kelly Autism Program Computer Science Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 2

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in Computer Science. Subject matter to tutor include CS 170,180,221. Preferred basic knowledge of CIS. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills: Must have taken above classes and received a grade of an A or B. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Kelly Autism Program Mechanical Engineering Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 1

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in Mechanical Engineering. Subject matter to tutor includes EM 222, ME 180/181 and other areas of mechanical engineering. Preferred to have taken EM 222, MATH 137, and PHYS 265. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills: Must have taken above classes and received a grade of an A or B. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Kelly Autism Program Electrical Engineering Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 1

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in Electrical Engineering. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills: Must have taken at least two 300 level Electrical Engineering classes and received a grade of an A or B. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Kelly Autism Program English Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 2

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in English. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills: Must have completed English 300 with a grade of B or better. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Kelly Autism Program Accounting Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 1

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in Accounting. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills: Must have completed ACCT 200 and 201 with a grade of B or better. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Kelly Autism Program Science Tutor

8.50/hour and 15-20 hours/week

Beginning: Fall 2017

Number of Positions: 1

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday. Some weekends

Duties: Tutoring students with autism in general education courses in Science. Will also be tutoring general education requirements. Job duties will also include mentoring a group of college students through weekly meetings.

Required Skills:  Must have completed BIO 120 or CHEM 120 with a grade of B or better. Must have a least two semesters left before graduation. A mandatory training will take place before fall semester; staff will meet with program managers to cover needed material. Must have FAFSA on file for fall 2017.

If interested, please email peyton.collins@wku.edu with resume.

 

Graduate Assistants

*There are currently no Graduate Assistantships to be listed. Please go to this link for other GA openings: https://wku.edu/graduate/aid/ga/ga_jobs.php.
 

Off Campus Opportunities

Housework Position

Housework position (cleaning, washing/ironing, etc.) available at a home near campus, possibly some gardening if more hours desired. Hours open; time flexible. $8.00/hr. to begin.  Free parking. This position is available immediately and is ongoing. Several past students have worked through graduation.  Best if you are domiciled here in Bowling Green so that you can work over breaks and the summer. Please tell me a bit about yourself in you application( year graduation, interest, etc.). Contact donald.slocum@wku.edu.

 

Scholar House

Scholar House is a housing and education initiative that enables the head-of-household to reach self-sufficiency (free of public assistance, including housing). The housing and education components are operated as one unit, with housing depending on the client's successful participation in the education. Participants must be at least 18 years of age, be eligible for Housing Choice Voucher, and be full-time students in a degree or specialty institution of higher learning. Single parents are given first priority. Program participants receive counseling, workshops, and support from neighbors and staff, while fulfilling academic or vocational training coursework as full-time students. Scholar House includes an on-site child care facility to allow time for the parents to attend classes and focus on their education. Scholar House also offers programs that involve enhanced health maintenance, parenting skills, management of family resources, nutritional knowledge, problem solving, work skills and job search techniques. Most of these services are free; Housing and child care are based on the participant's income. Once residents have graduated from Scholar House, they are allowed ample time to find and move into permanent housing.

Bowling Green Scholar House offers: A newly constructed two bedroom apartment that is approximately 900 square feet and contains a range, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer and dryer. Rental Assistance which could pay all or part of your rent and utilities. An on-site childcare facility operated by Community Action of Southern Kentucky, specialists in quality child care. Childcare Assistance which could pay all or part of your daycare costs. An on-site community building that includes a computer lab. A family environment of other students with children who are pursuing an education.

 

 

TippiToes Dance is hiring!

Tippi Toes Dance Bowling Green is growing FAST and we are looking for enthusiastic and high energy teachers, for pre-school age students, to join their staff. Dance background preferred, but not required!  Outgoing personality, quick learner and FUN a must! VERY Flexible Hours!

Kids Dance Instructor / Assistant Instructor :

As a dance instructor for Tippi Toes you will be responsible for teaching dance class to children of various ages using Tippi Toes dance curriculum that is provided to you! You will receive a rate of pay based on experience, along with paid trainings and an incentive program to gain bonuses and increased pay. Your teaching schedule is based on your availability and skill set. Immediate openings for this semester, as well as summer employment opportunities and fall 2016!

Pay rate:  Starts at $10 per class (45 minute class)  Pay increase with experience/skill set

Location:  Immediate openings in Bowling Green, Morgantown, and Owensboro 

Contact:  Kyleen Baptiste, owner:  270.883.1797  or to request an application: MissKyleen@TippiToesDance.com

www.TippiToesDance.com/bowling-green     Join us: Facebook.com/tippitoesbg 

 

Teen Development Coordinator (TDC) (Regular Part-Time, Wage Employee)

Boys and Girls Club of Franklin Simpson
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Department: Programming
Reports to: Program Director
Compensation: Negotiable based on experience
Hours: 20+ hours –When school is in session: Monday – Friday 2:00-6:30. On school breaks, in-service days etc. the club will be open 8am-4pm with staff members expected to work a shift within those hours.
Primary Function:
Ensure safety of youth. Plan and organize daily activities and programs in all 5 Core Program Areas. Help Club members to make new friends and provide opportunities for fun and constructive use of their time during the summer months. Keep equipment, facilities, and grounds clean and attractive. Be a positive role model!
Key Roles:
• Maintain a positive safe environment for all club members.  Be friendly, warm, and courteous to all members, parents, visitors, and board members.
• Make the club experience something that the members want to come back to day after day.
• Conduct programming for the National Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
• Conduct the programming that has been assigned to you by the Program Director.
• Conduct programming that meets the needs of the members of our community.
• Engage the members with they are in the club.  Do not just babysit them.
• Be a role model and a positive influence on the members.
• Be creative and free thinking.  You were hired because you change lives.  You should have to be held by the hand or told what to do all the time.
• Attend staff meeting on a regular basis to OPENLY discuss issues or concerns with members, the club or other staff member.
• Make sure you get all activities inside and outside the club approved by the CPO before you conduct them.
• You will be required to work fundraisers.  This is where we receive most of our funding so it is very vital we participant in raising as much money as we can.
• Make sure we set a good example for the members and the community.  Whether you believe it or not we are always being watched by people in the community.
• Any other duties or task that is assigned by the CPO, Director of Operations, Director of Education, or Office Manager.
• To carry out these responsibilities it will require your scheduled time at the club but also some outside time.  Fundraisers and other events will be extra hours in addition to your scheduled hours.
If interested, please send your resume to Lynn Reins at lreinsbgcfs@comcast.net.  

 

Youth Development Coordinator (YDC) (Regular Part-Time, Wage employee)

Boys and Girls Club of Franklin Simpson
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Department: Programming
Reports to: Program Director
Compensation: Negotiable based on experience
Hours: 20+ hours –When school is in session: Monday – Friday 2:00-6:30. On school breaks, in-service days etc. the club will be open 8am-4pm with staff members expected to work a shift within those hours.
Primary Function:
Ensure safety of youth. Plan and organize daily activities and programs in all 5 Core Program Areas. Help Club members to make new friends and provide opportunities for fun and constructive use of their time during the summer months. Keep equipment, facilities, and grounds clean and attractive. Be a positive role model!
Key Roles:
• Maintain a positive safe environment for all club members.  Be friendly, warm, and courteous to all members, parents, visitors, and board members.
• Make the club experience something that the members want to come back to day after day.
• Conduct programming for the National Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
• Conduct the programming that has been assigned to you by the Program Director.
• Conduct programming that meets the needs of the members of our community.
• Engage the members with they are in the club.  Do not just babysit them.
• Be a role model and a positive influence on the members.
• Be creative and free thinking.  You were hired because you change lives.  You should have to be held by the hand or told what to do all the time.
• Attend staff meeting on a regular basis to OPENLY discuss issues or concerns with members, the club or other staff member.
• Make sure you get all activities inside and outside the club approved by the CPO before you conduct them.
• You will be required to work fundraisers.  This is where we receive most of our funding so it is very vital we participant in raising as much money as we can.
• Make sure we set a good example for the members and the community.  Whether you believe it or not we are always being watched by people in the community.
• Any other duties or task that is assigned by the CPO, Director of Operations, Director of Education, or Office Manager.
• To carry out these responsibilities it will require your scheduled time at the club but also some outside time.  Fundraisers and other events will be extra hours in addition to your scheduled hours.
If interested, please send your resume to Lynn Reins at lreinsbgcfs@comcast.net.

 

Positions available at ResourceMFG!

1403 Scottsville Road - Bowling Green, KY - 42104
ResourceMFG is now hiring the following positions: packagers, assembly and production line.
Choose a shift: Day+Swing shifts, weekends, weekdays.
If interested, please apply at apply.resourcemfg.com. Please call 270-780-0290 with any questions.
 

Tutor for the Housing Authority for Fall and Spring

Supervisor: Julian Leslie, jleslie@habgflc.org
Work Schedule: Monday - 1-7:30, Tuesday - 1-5:30, Wednesday - 1-5:30, Thursday - 1-7:30, Friday - 1-5:30.
Basic Responsibility: tutoring assistance for youth grades K-12th, peer reading with students, academic enrichment, mentoring, sports and recreational activities and art and crafts activities.
Rules specific to location: Each student will present their student ID's and be given a Volunteer name tag to be worn at all times. Students will be left alone with student participants at any time. Students must also have a 2.5 GPA. All America Reads participants will be required to govern themselves as do other employees of HABG. They must also follow all America Reads rules.
If interested, please email Julian Leslie with your student id# and resume.
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