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Student Employment

Student Employment Opportunities

**Please note that these employment opportunities are awarded only to our full time undergraduate day students until September 28, 2016** 

If the department to which you are applying with requires a resume you may find sample resumes on Career Development Center's page.

Fall 2016 Student Employment Positions:

Position:   Teacher's Assistant/Tutor    Department:  America Reads

America Reads is a student employment program that entails assisting a child with their schoolwork during school hours. We are looking for students who are friendly, dependable, enthusiastic, and have a desire to help other children as well as give teachers a hand in the classroom.  Learm More...

Position:   Game Worker    Department:  Athletics/Physical Education

Do various jobs at Rivier intercollegiate games. Jobs can be: ball people, video-taping, scorekeeping, statistics keeping, gate/admissions, timer, clock, lines people. You will be assigned to jobs. We can train you for the various positions.  Learm More...

Position:   Statistics Crew Worker    Department:  Athletics/Physical Education

  • Learn various stat programs for all sports. 
  • Work at home games keeping in-game statistics.
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Position:   Biology Lab Assistant    Department:  Biology Department

Student will be responsible for maintaining clean working conditions in the teaching laboratories. This will entail washing glass ware, preparing disinfectants, refilling distilled water containers, replacing frequently used solutions, and performing other duties related to the labs  Learm More...

Position:   Organic Chemistry Laboratory Assistant    Department:  Chemistry

Assist with the organic chemistry lab.  Learm More...

Position:   Nursing Lab Assistant    Department:  Division of Nursing

Students applying for the position of Nursing Lab Assistant work study must have successfully completed (or be applying for a position that will begin after completion) NSG 101, NSG 102. Desirable qualities in applicants include punctuality, good interpersonal skills, and good standing in the nursing program. Students must also submit one reference from a nursing clinical instructor.  Learm More...

Position:   Computer Lab Assistant    Department:  Information Technology

To be of assistance to students who are programming or using application software; to oversee the smooth operation and orderly setup of the computer labs; to implement the management and procedural policies.  Learm More...

Position:   Tech Tools Support Specialist    Department:  Information Technology Services

The Tech Tools Support Specialist will assist students with questions they have about various technology related academic tools. The Support Specialist will be located in the Regina Library and be available during evening hours beyond the normal operating hours of IT staff. He or she will assist students with the following as a minimum:

* Connecting wirelessly to the campus network

* Printing from campus computers

* Using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to complete assignments

* Using Canvas

* Using internet search tools to locate answers to technology questions

The technician will maintain accurate records of types, and times, of support provided, as directed by supervisory personnel.


In addition the technician will :

* Troubleshoot classroom setups on an as needed basis,

* Perform routine tasks for the Office of Information Technology

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Position:   Shuttle Van Driver    Department:  Public Safety

 To provide transportation for international students going home after class when Nashua Transit is not available

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Position:   Circulation Desk Assistant    Department:  Regina Library

Provide library services to faculty, staff, students, and other library patrons. Occasionally assist with other library tasks. This position is for the fall semester of 2016.    Learm More...

Position:   Night Manager    Department:  Student Success

The Learning Commons Night Manager is responsible for the managing of the Learning Commons night operations.  The Night Manager is required to work the night hours that the facility is open (typically Sunday-Thursday, 7-10pm.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to building security and safety procedures, enforcing building and university policies, providing event services and logistical support, report writing, and monitoring the daily event schedule.  This position will take on many different roles that include problem solving, security and safety oversight, customer service and event logistical support.  Learm More...

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