On Campus Job Opportunities

Below are the current on-campus jobs posted with our office. In addition, many on-campus jobs are not posted widely.

Career Services & Cooperative Education recommendation:

  • Visit/Call any office you are interested in working for. (http://www.auburn.edu/main/auweb_campus_directory.html)
  • Ask if they are currently hiring and how you may apply.
  • If you visit in person, be sure to take a resume with you. (Resume help: https://aub.ie/resume)
  • If they are not currently hiring, ask for a referral and if they know of other offices on campus that are hiring?
  • Follow up on all opportunities and stay positive.

Campus jobs are competitive so keep trying and if you need help, come see us in 303 Martin Hall, Drop-Ins, M-F from 9am-4pm.

If you have not attended Camp War Eagle or SOS yet, apply directly to the contacts listed. PLEASE DO NOT CREATE A HANDSHAKE ACCOUNT.

If you are already enrolled at Auburn and have a Handshake account, apply on Handshake.

Mell Building Learning Consultant
Biggio Center
$10.00/hour
Expiration: 3/31/2019

This position is located in the new Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library and focuses on supporting faculty and students in their use of the building and its technologies in a team effort. The Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library contains 28 classrooms and multiple informal learning spaces with varying degrees of technology designed to enable active learning. Active learning includes collaborative and team- based learning, project-based learning, and small and large group discussions. Successful students in the active learning environment arrive to class ready to learn; the learning consultants will assist with promoting this key to success in all their activities related to the position.

Job Responsibilities include:

·       Be able to work between the hours of 7:00am-7:00pm
·       Ensure that all technology is in working order in all of the classrooms (twice a day).
·       Interact with faculty and support staff through Bomgar.
·       Support faculty during class time with technology use.
·       Support students during class time with technology use.
·       Troubleshoot basic technology issues and communicate clearly more complex issues to OIT Classroom Support.
·       Document issues and resolutions.
·       Observe classes for research and assessment.
·       Plan, design, and produce short instructional and testimonial videos about Mell featuring faculty and students through text and multimedia.
·       Perform other related duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

·       Proactive - takes initiative to get things done without prompting.
·       Collaborative – works with others on the team
·       Copes well in stressful environments - handles complex tasks.
·       Reliability - assigned work is completed ahead of schedule and the quality of work is exceptional.
·       Multiple work assignments- capable of successfully handling various and assorted tasks.
·       Communicate clearly through speech and text.
·       Comfortable with learning and training of new material and methods.
·       Supportive of an inclusive and diverse learning environment benefitting all people at Auburn University
The position reports to the Learning Spaces and Faculty Development Coordinator in the Biggio
Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning and, depending on scheduling, can offer between 10-20 hours per week at a starting salary of $10.00 per hour. For more information about the EASL spaces this position will support, go to www.auburn.edu/easl.

DURATION

Permanent

If you have a Handshake account, apply here:
https://auburn.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2440936

If you have not attended Camp War Eagle or SOS yet, apply to:
T. Killian Perry

Data Entry Clerk
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Pay Not Specified
Expiration: 4/30/2019

Data Entry Clerk Job Description
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS), through partnership with the Department of Defense (DoD) and US Department of Agriculture - National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA/NIFA), is seeking candidates for the position of a Data Entry Clerk, to support the work of Military REACH. The objective of the project is to provide high quality resources to the DoD in the form of research and professional development tools across the spectrum of family support, resilience, and readiness. This individual will support the data repository for our project’s online library of military family research. Thus, the position requires a basic understanding of data entry and management. Importantly, the individual will need to be able to stay focused on assigned tasks with exceptional attention to detail.
Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
This individual will assist the Military REACH team by entering data from scholarly articles into an EndNote database repository. These steps are integral to Military REACH ensuring a well-structured and organized library.
This position is currently a one-semester position, but there is potential for extension depending on need.
Veterans and military-affiliated applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Minimum Qualifications
Entry into the applicant pool requires a high school diploma, typing speed and accuracy, excellent knowledge of correct spelling, grammar and punctuation, attention to detail, and organization skills. Experience with EndNote and data entry work experience is preferred.
Pay Rate
Ability to work up to 15 - 20 hours per week.

DURATION

Temporary / Seasonal

If you have a Handshake account, apply here:
https://auburn.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2440936

If you have not attended Camp War Eagle or SOS yet, apply to:
Kate Abbate

AU Challenge Course Facilitator
On-Campus Student Jobs
Pay Not Specified
Expiration: 4/05/2019

We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to work on our team. While beneficial, no experience is required for this position. If you enjoy playing games, taking risk, and challenging yourself and others; this job might just be the perfect one for you. This position includes working outdoors in all weather conditions and also requires individuals to climb/work at height as essential job functions. 
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Plan and implement icebreakers, games, and initiatives for challenge course groups
  • Set up and take down high ropes elements
  • Belay and facilitate activities on high ropes elements
  • Ensure safe operating procedures are being followed on all course activities
  • Inspect and help maintain course equipment and facilities

DURATION

Permanent

If you have a Handshake account, apply here:
https://auburn.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2444836

If you have not attended Camp War Eagle or SOS yet, apply to:
Brent Gibson

Graphic Designer Assistant
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Pay Not Specified
Expiration: 4/30/2019

Graphic Designer Assistant Job Description 
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS), through partnership with the Department of Defense (DoD) and US Department of Agriculture - National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA/NIFA), is seeking candidates for the position of a part-time Graphic Designer, to support the work of Military REACH. The objective of the project is to provide high quality resources to the DoD in the form of research and professional development tools across the spectrum of family support, resilience, and readiness. This individual will have a strong working knowledge of Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign, specifically with regard to mockups, web design, and multimedia presentations. This person will also be able to stay focused on assigned tasks and work collaboratively amongst a multidisciplinary team.
Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
This individual will assist the Military REACH team by creating mockups for the Military REACH website, formatting various reports, and creating new graphic designs to support the REACH brand.
This position is currently a one-semester position, but there is potential for extension depending on need.
Veterans and military-affiliated applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Minimum Qualifications
Entry into the applicant pool requires a high school diploma and education/experience within the discipline of Graphic Design, Graphic Arts, Visual Communication, or other visual art subject. This individual will have mid to high level experience in Adobe Illustrator and InDesign, experience with Photoshop, and will have a keen attention to detail and organizational skills. Experience with Balsalmiq Cloud and Wix is preferred.
Hours Needed:
Ability to work 10-15 hours per week

DURATION

Temporary / Seasonal

If you have a Handshake account, apply here:
https://auburn.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1868591

If you have not attended Camp War Eagle or SOS yet, apply to:
Kate Abbate

Last modified: March 5, 2019