Work Study/E&G Jobs

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Work-Study/E&G Jobs

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.

Athletic Communications:

The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Athletic Communications office is looking to fill three Federal Work Study positions for the Spring of 2013 with the possibility of renewal in the Fall of 2013 and beyond. This Spring Athletic Communications is specifically in need of students to help with live video broadcasts of Ranger baseball and digital photography at other select spring sporting events.

Federal Work Study (FWS) Athletic Communications Assistants will be involved in the day-to-day operations of Northwestern Oklahoma State Athletic Communications office. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to, based on need and the worker’s qualifications:

-Working on the Northwestern game day events staff in the press box or press row for home sporting events.

- Office/clerical work including (but not limited to) typing rosters for game programs, filing and archiving historical photos, memorabilia, news clippings and player files.

- Statistical research to be used in game previews, post-game notes and historical archives.

- Public Address announcing at select Ranger sporting events

- Social media

- Video interviews and features

- Digital photography

-Graphic design -

- Shooting video to be used for live online-streaming and highlight packages.

- Website maintenance of – the official site of Northwestern Athletics.

- Other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Director of Athletic Communications.

Successful applicants must be currently enrolled at Northwestern Oklahoma State University and be qualified for the Federal Work Study program. Students will be asked to work up to 15 hours per week at Ranger athletic events or through regular office hours. Availability to work at all or most home athletic events. Preference will also be given to those with backgrounds in: video (shooting and editing), digital photography and/or graphic design. General sports knowledge and experience with statcrew, indesign, photoshop will also be considered.

If interested please contact Bryan Holmgren, Health and Sports Science 113, 580-327-8639,

Athletic Training:

The Athletic training staff is looking for student volunteers who would like to work with the football team at practices and games in the fall of 2013.  Travel could be involved if you are interested!  If you would like more information, please contact Kasey Zibton at 580-327-8137 or

Available to any student, does not have to qualify for Work-Study or E&G, if interested see Ted Robinson in the Cafeteria. 

Upward Bound:
Upward Bound is looking for excellent tutors that are juniors or seniors.  We pay $9 an hour (and this is not W/S).  It’s a great opportunity to build a resume and the pay is extremely competitive for a campus job.  Students must be able to provide transcripts showing solid skills in college algebra or calculus.  We are also looking for people who are good in Science such as Chemistry, Biology,  etc.  A tutor should also have good writing and reading skills and be able to easily work with students.  If interested please contact Jaunita Noble (580) 327-8113

Needing someone to film practice and games.  If interested contact Coach Story as soon as possible at (864) 764-2038 or  Financial compensation may be available.

Division of Nursing/Enid Campus:
1 E&G position, assist's department secretary, arranges and schedules appointments, receives and makes phone calls for official purposes, receives students and visitors to the division of Nursing, assists to keep student files up-to-date, other secretarial duties as assigned.  Experience: Proficient on computer, ability to update web page.  Hours: 15 hours per week, must be available to work on Monday and Friday.  If interested contact: Cheryl Kent, 580-213-3159 (leave a message),