Available Summer Positions

Summer Student Openings

Athletics-Equipment Manager-full-time for 5 weeks--Supervisor: Jeff O'gara

Issue sports Equipment, Laundry, Field set-up, Inventory Able to be on feet for a long peiod of time and able to lift 50 pounds

Athletics-Lifeguard-part-time and full-time--Supervisor: Aaron Zander

Lifeguarding, CPR, First Aid Certifications

Book Shop Retail Team Member-full-time--Supervisor: Deanna Casterton

Customer service, cash register, checking in merchandise, office duties. Ability to lift 50# and stand for extended lengths of time

Career Center

Career and Special Projects Assistant-full-time--Supervisor: Sarah Crose

The student work role serves an essential role in supporting the summer work of the Career Center through resume/cover letter review and collaborating with Career Center staff to help launch multiple special projects including updating our handouts, research/generating content for career curriculum/modules, first destination research and data tracking, and working to support invigorating student work within the Career Center and also support supervisor training process. Application process includes submitting a resume and cover letter. Finalists will be interviewed. Capability to quickly build rapport and display empathy, patience, and discretion when working with students Strong written and verbal communication skills. Open to giving and receiving constructive feedback to/from peers and staff. Comfortable in one-on-one as well as group settings. Candidates must be willing to gain strong computer, technology, and social media skills including, but not limited to: Microsoft Office Suite, Access, Adobe InDesign, Canva, Google Drive, Website Design, Handshake, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook. Willing to recognize and meet the needs of a diverse student population and work effectively in an inclusive work environment. Ability to effectively represent the Career Center to fellow students, campus departments, and employers.


Dining Services student employee-part-time--Supervisor: Leah McCrea

Serve food, wash dishes, Catering, food prep and all other duties as assigned. Stand for long period of time and lift 33lbs. Positive attitude




Custodial Summer Student Employee-full or part-time--Supervisor: Cindy Blue

Sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning window glass, drinking fountains, and chalk boards. Empty trash containers, spot clean walls, wash furniture, move furniture, dust, distribute blankets, pillows, and linens. Machine scrub hard surface floors, wax, machine carpet cleaning.

Must be Physically able to perform duties, be on time, good work attitude, promptness, work well with others.

Fleet Detailing Assistant-full or part-time--Supervisor: Megan Sherman

Cleaning the interior of College vehicles o Vacuuming carpet, floor mats and seats o Disinfecting and dusting of all interior surfaces with proper cleaning supplies• Handwashing the exterior of College vehicles• Provide accurate mileage for each vehicle if needed• Alert the fleet administrative assistant if the vehicle had items that require a fine due to improper use or not 

Grounds Summer Student Employee-full or part-time--Supervisor: Paul Frana

Help maintain the Luther College grounds (turf and landscaping)Hard soled shoes. Background in landscaping and/or turf maintenance helpful.

Mover Assistant-full or part-time--Supervisor: Megan Sherman

Assist the campus mover by delivering and setting up tables and chairs for events • Daily moves and deliveries of equipment or boxes across campus • Transport and move items around campus • Campus event set-ups • Deliver freight on campus • Assist with other duties as assigned such as fleet cleaning or grounds crew• Possess a valid driver’s license for at least two consecutive years • Ability to hold 50 pounds, frequently push, pull or otherwise move objects up to 75 pounds. • Must have a full range of motion in the upper extremities and must also be able to bend, stretch, lift and kneel.  

Painter-full-time--Supervisor--Megan Sherman

Painting, prep and clean up of all areas across campus


ITS Network and Systems Summer Student Worker-full-time--Supervisor: Adam Forsyth

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.

Workstation Support Technician-full-time--Supervisor: Matthew Hammen

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.

Legends Center Front Desk Supervisor-part-time--Supervisor: Miles Clifton

The Legends Center Front Desk Supervisor is in charge of handling of the day-to-day operations of the Legends Fitness Center. This position is responsible for maintaining a safe, organized and sanitary environment for students, faculty and staff alike to realize their fitness goals.  Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs.

Philosophy Department Assistant-part-time--Supervisor: Heather Frey

Assist faculty with a variety of activities as needed. The primary work will be assisting with organizing and cataloging the Simmonds Library in Ockham House.  Prior experience and/or willingness to learn basic database coding necessary


Summer Camp and Conference Associate-full-time--Supervisor: Jeff Leschensky

Varies by group being served (conference, Nordic Fest, or sports camp (Hospitality, check-in, check-out of guests, registration management, camp registration, other duties as assigned) Excellent verbal and written communication skills, proactive problem solver, critical thinking skills, strong time management and prioritization skills; self starter; punctual; detail oriented; and technologically savvy.