At this time there are a limited number of Work-Study or E&G jobs available. If there is a particular area or department you are interested in working in, I would suggest you fill out the Student Worker Job Application and take it to that area or department but that does not guarantee you a job.
If you have specific questions regarding your Work-Study or E&G award, please contact the Financial Aid office at (580) 327-8540.
We are currently updating our list for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year as well as summer of 2014. Please check back for updates.
The Business Office is currently looking for a Work Study position for the upcoming fall 2014 semester. The position requires knowlege of Microsoft Word and Excel. The position will require filing paper work as well as inventory. Students who are business majors are preferred. The possible work hours are up to 15 hours a week. If interested or for more information please contact Chris Lauderdale, Herod Hall Second Floor, 580-327-8529, firstname.lastname@example.org
Blackboard Helpdesk Assistant
The Distance Learning office is looking for a Blackboard Helpdesk Assistant. The Blackboard Helpdesk Assistant works extended-hours to assist faculty, staff and students with issues pertaining to Blackboard use. A high school diploma required or G.E.D. equivalent. This position requires strong understanding of computer hardware and software. Good communication skills, both verbal and written are important. Fluency in speaking and understanding the English language is a must.
The position includes the following essential functions:
- Identify and resolve helpdesk telephone problems, answer the helpdesk telephone
- Monitor the helpdesk email and respond to incoming messages
- Inform Online Learning Coordinator of any unresolved Blackboard issues
- Fill out daily reports and a log of all calls received and resulting outcomes
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Online Learning Coordinator
For more information or if interested please contact Jake Boedecker, Coordinator of Distance Education, Industrial Education 127, email@example.com
The Education department has two openings for the fall 2014 semester. There are two Workstudy positions . The position requires help with various operations of the Education office. The essential functions include: running errands on campus (e.g. pick up mail, UPS packages, Printing services), ability to type, operate copy machine and use a shredder, maintain confidentiality, be dependable and have good communication skills. Other various duties may be assigned.
The Education department has four openings for the fall 2014 semester. These positions are all Workstudy positions. The position is within the America Reads Program. The essential functions include: working in a public school system as a tutor and teacher's aide, the student must be dependable and have good communication skills and maintain confidentiality.
If interested or for more information please contact Melissa Brown, EC 205, 580-327-8436, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Intramural Sports office is looking for Intramural Officials for the upcoming fall 2014 semester. Students must be eligible to receive Work Study. If interested or for more information please contact Kyle Bentley, 580-327-8640, email@example.com
The Northwestern News is currently looking for two positions for the fall 2014 semester. They are looking for an Advertising Manager/Ad Salesperson as well as a Circulation Manager. Those positions will require anywhere from five to ten hours per week. They are also looking for reporters as well.
If interested or for more information contact Tom Pantera, Jesse Dunn 232, 580-327-8481, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nursing department is looking for a Work Study/E&G student worker to assist the Secretary of the Division of Nursing with clerical activities in a timely, accurate and efficient manner for the Fall 2014 semester and Spring 2015 semester.
The student must be enrolled as a student at Northwestern and must meet the requirements for student worker through the Financial Aid office. The student must have a good academic standing, demonstrate a postive attitude, adaptability, dependability, have good organization and communication skills and tactfulness.
The job duties and responsibilities are as follows:
Typing - Accurate, efficient, proofreads assignments - must be familiar with operation of computer/word processor.
Computer - Competence in use of Windows/Microsoft Office
Copier - Understands functions of copy machine (collate, enlarge/reduce, replace paper and toner, etc.)
Telephone - Maintains telephone courtesy, takes accurate messages, understands function/codes of telephone (transfer, re-connect, pick-up, answering machine)
Public Relations - Courteous, helpful, cheerful, somewhat knowledgeable with nursing program and university
- Filing/Shredding and other duties as deemed appropriate
- Provides home phone number and address to Nursing Office
- Provides work schedule and is responsible in notifying Nursing Office when unable to work
- Maintains confidentiality of student/faculty records, course exams
- Assists nursing faculty with assignments as necessary
- Monitors UPS packages and mail for nursing faculty as deemed necessary
- Accurately records time worked on time sheet
- Responsible in obtaining proper signatures and turning in time sheet
If interested or for more information please contact Judy Dollar, Carter Hall, 580-327-8493 or email@example.com
The Sports Medicine office has both E&G and Workstudy positions available for the fall semester. The position requires helping set up and break down for football practices and games. There is a possibility to travel with team to away games. This position can be extended into winter and spring. The job will typically run weekdays 2:30-5:30 and some weekends for games. For more information please contact Steve Ciolino, 580-327-8627, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Services office is potentially looking for student workers to help with ADA services for the 2014-2015 school year. The job could entail helping students with note taking, helping students across campus, reading books to students, etc. For more information please contact Janessa Ruback, Fine Arts 126, 580-327-8414. You can also contact Caleb Mosburg, email@example.com or 580-327-8415.
The University Relations office is looking for a Public Relations intern for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. The position requires the following skills: photography, videography, writing, social media experience, various office-related duties and more. There will be some evening and weekend responsibilities. If interested please contact Steve Valencia, 580-327-8478, firstname.lastname@example.org