Available Summer Positions

Summer Student Openings

Athletic Training Student--Provide first aid care to Luther College Athletes; pre and post practices/camps/games set-up and clean up; cleaning and organization of athletic training clinic; help with receiving and labeling of athletic training room supplies delivered; under the supervision of certified AT, evaluation of injuries, rehabilitation, and modality treatments. CPR for Professional Rescuer Certified; Fist Aid certified; Must be a current student in the Luther College Athletic Training Program.--Supervisor: Amber Schnittjer

Athletics Equipment Room Attendant--Prepare equipment for incoming Fall sports teams. Flexibility.--Supervisor: Lisa Witzke

Athletics Lifeguard--Luther Aquatic Center is looking for certified life guards. Please contact Samantha Williams ([email protected]) for more information on how to apply.

Biology Summer Assistant--Primary duties include but are not limited to: Daily care of greenhouse. Daily care of animal facility. Maintenance of Pipettemen that includes disassembly, cleaning, some part replacement and calibration. Maintenance of Microscopes that includes cleaning of optics and checking function. Administration of Material Safety Data Sheets. Other duties as assigned. All required skills will be taught.--Supervisor: Robert Fitton

Center for Sustainable Communities Food and Farm Crew--gardening responsibilities. Physically able to perform duties required, ability to carry up to 40 lbs, team-minded orientation, ability to work in extreme heat and perform physical labor. Valid driver's license preferred.--Supervisor: Toby Cain

Center for Sustainable Communities Outdoor and Environmental Education--assisting and leading environmentally focused programs, organizing and planning group activities, materials organization, mentoring, driving. Willing to work outside in hot environments. Must have a valid drivers license--Supervisor: Emily Neal

Center for Sustainable Communities Sustainability Educator--educational outreach, data collection, organization, planning, sustainability work. Good computer skills including spreadsheet and word processing. Willingness to work both outside and in an office. Driver's license preferred.--Supervisor: Toby Cain

Chemistry Lab Assistant--Assisting with inventory, lab clean up, testing chemical procedures. The more chemistry courses, the better.--Supervisor: LuAnn Meeker-Gast

Custodial student employee--sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning window glass, drinking fountains, chalk boards, emptying trash containers, spot clean walls, wash furniture, move furniture, dust, distribute blankets and pillows. Machine scrub hard surface floors, wax, machine carpet cleaning. Physically able to perform duties, be on time, good work attitude, promptness, and work well with others.--Supervisor: Cindy Blue

Dining Services Student--Serving, dishes or cooking--Supervisor:Leah McCrea 

Facilities Services Campus Fleet--• Cleaning and washing the interior and exterior of the College vehicles
• Running errands that pertains to the fleet vehicles
• Some office work that includes filing. Valid driver's license for at least two consecutive years--Supervisor: Megan Sherman

Facilities Services Campus Mover--• Transport and move items across campus
• Campus event set-ups. Valid driver's license for two consecutive years.--Supervisor: Leah Benzing

Facilities Services Campus Painter--Painting, prep and cleanup of room across campus.--Supervisor: Leah Benzing

Facilities Services Grounds--Help maintain Luther College grounds.Be able to work outdoors. Background in farming, landscaping or grounds work preferred. Supervisor: Paul Frana

ITS Network and Systems Summer Student Worker--Install Network cabling, replace old wireless access points with new ones, Update network documentation. Desirable Skills Experience with installation and maintenance of telephone wiring. Experience with installation of network cabling and equipment Familiarity with basic power tools. Ability to pay close attention to details. Familiarity with computer programming languages such as Python or PERL Physical Demands Ability to: Lift up to 50 pounds Work with normal hand tools Work with normal power tools Ability to climb ladders up to 10ft Ability to identify color coded wire. Supervisor--Adam Forsyth

ITS Workstation Support Technician--Assist in the installation/setup of workstations and related technology in preparation for the upcoming academic year. Specifically, the technician will assist with the faculty and lab/classroom computer refreshes. Other duties as assigned. Ability to lift more than 20 lbs. Quick Learner. Ability to work independently--Supervisor: Matt Hammen

Land Stewardship Intern--Students should be interested in spending time outdoors, land stewardship, and restoration of native habitats on Luther campus lands. While not specifically required, students with biology or environmental studies majors will learn to apply many of the concepts learned in the classroom. Students must be able to perform heavy lifting and physically demanding work, under challenging outdoor conditions (e.g., hot, cold and/or rainy days). Supervisor--Molly McNicoll

Legends Center Student Worker--Maintain Legends Center throughout summer hours. Open and close Legends, clean throughout the day as assigned, greet and check in patrons.--Supervisor: Alli Jenicke

OFS Student Worker--Answer phone, filing, credit card review, errands, boxing up last years files, lifting and moving large boxes, other duties as needed. Accounting or Business major preferred, but not required. Knowledge of Excel and Word helpful. Must be able to alphabetize accurately, organize, able to lift 25-50 lbs, & detail oriented.--Supervisor: Brenda Leibold

Recycling student worker--Pick up and sort recycling from campus buildings and take them to on campus roll-offs using a truck, pick up various alternative materials for recycling upon request, keep truck clean and full of gas, inform supervisor when roll-offs are full, display signage where needed.  Must have valid drivers license for at least 2 years, physically able to perform duties, have the ability to carry up to 50 pounds, good work attitude, promptness, and ability to work with others.--Supervisor: Cindy Blue

Regents Center Student Supervisor--Responsible for supervision of the Regents Center Facility. Worker will also be assigned tasks that include equipment / facility management, management of the baseball and softball complexes, and other project duties as assigned. moderate lifting of equipment, push mowing, driving utility vehicle.--Supervisor: Alex Smith

Registrar Student Assistant--Filing, process mail, assist with summer ROAD processes, answer phone, scan all current student files into an electronic format Knowlege of Word, Excel, attention to detail, friendly, respectful, courteous, arrive on time, ability to work with confidential materials and abide by FERPA regulations.--Supervisor: Kay Schmitt

Visual and Performing Arts student technician--Classroom and Shop maintenance, construction, painting, filing, organization. Must be able to lift 50lbs, climb ladders, unafraid of heights.--Supervisor: Jeff Dintaman