On-Campus

Phonathon

The Development Office is seeking engaging students for Phonathon Caller positions. Applicants must be committed sophomores, juniors or seniors who want to enhance their communication skills and gain unique experience for their resumé. If that's you, email Joram Mutenge [email protected] or call 563-387-1350 before October 17 to be considered for an interview. Job duties include communicating with alumni to update contact information and asking for donations to the Luther Fund. Hours are in the evening from 6pm to 9pm, but flexible.  

College Ministries

College Ministries is currently looking for a Sacristan.  This is a shared position with a team of 3-4 students each working 3-5 hours per week.  Set up worship service items for weekday chapel Sunday worship and FOCUS, and maintain the Sacristy.  Applicants need to have a flexible schedule that will include some weekends.  Contact Tricia Crary for more information.

Sunnyside Cafe

A 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM (could be 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM) Monday shift is currently available in Sunnyside Cafe.  There is also a Friday shift from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM available.  Preference is given to those applicants who have coffee shop experience.  Please contact Debbie Aske for more information.

Oneota Market

Oneota Market has the following shifts available:  Monday: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM, 2:30 PM- 4:30 PM; Wednesday: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM; 2:30 PM - 4:30PM; Friday: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM.  Please contact Debbie Aske for more information.

Van/Trailer Driver

Rec Services needs someone with experience driving a van/pulling a trailer to haul participants out to the Upper Iowa River drop-off on Sundays in September and October.  This job usually takes 1-2 hours per week.  Contact Vicky Jaeger for more information.

Dining Services Receiving Dock

Dining Services needs help at their receiving dock in spring semester.  Hours can be flexible on M,W,F between 7am-11am. Contact Leah McCrea for more information.

Dining Services

M-W-F breakfast and lunch servers are needed.  Contact Leah McCrea for more information.

Marketing and Communications (Digital Marketing):

The digital marketing team is seeking students who are interested in pursuing digital marketing-related careers, including social media, digital content creation and marketing, as well as web development and web design. Previous experience and interest in social media on behalf of a brand is recommended, but not required for active learners. You will work on projects that require a passion for communicating clearly and thinking creatively, all with keen attention to detail. If you contribute a strong work-ethic and growth mindset, we offer opportunities to practice real-world marketing skills, strategic brainstorming, and opportunities to support implementation of Luther’s brand initiative. Apply for one or a few of these roles here

Safety and Security

Campus Safety and Security is looking for an upperclassman to work in their department. First Aid Training is a must in this position.  Please contact Bob Harri to apply.

SASC Tutors

The Student Academic Support Center (SASC) will be hiring tutors for the 2019 Fall semester for the following courses:

Physics (all levels)
Psychology (all levels)
German (all levels)
Accounting (all levels)
Math 110, 151/152
CHEM 114, 141, 201/202, 241/242, 301
BIO 115/116
BIO 190

Digital Media Center

The Digital Media Center is seeking Multimedia Technicians who have the passion and interest to assist people with digital media needs while displaying the technical skills needed to resolve issues in a timely fashion. Applicants must have excellent customer service skills, including good oral and written communication. We prioritize an ability to adapt and learn new skills and technologies quickly. If you have an interest in working with us, please complete this application.

Technology Help Desk

The Technology Help Desk seeks applicants with a talent for helpfulness, a drive to solve problems, and an aptitude for technology. Applicants should demonstrate excellent customer service skills, including good oral and written communication. Other core skills are adaptability, problem solving, honesty, and discretion, with the ability to follow exact processes, to learn quickly, and to collaborate. If you have an interest, please complete an application.

Marty’s & Nordic Brew

Marty’s/Nordic Brew has openings for a variety of shifts. Please contact Joyce Brincks ([email protected]) for more information.

Catering

The catering department has work study positions open. We are looking for students with experience in food service, but it is not a requirement. Students will serve as support staff to full time catering staff. Duties may include, but are not limited to: serving catering guests, cashiering, hosting, bartending, food preparation, dish room operation, equipment and facilities cleaning and maintenance, event set-up and tear-down, and delivering catering orders. Please contact the Catering Office (ext. 1463) for more information.

Dining Services

Dining Services has openings for all shifts (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekends). Please contact Leah McCrea ([email protected] or ext. 1396) for more information.

UHaul Car Share (Non-Work Study)

UHaul Car Share is looking for a student to market and promote the great benefits of their on campus program to students, faculty, and staff. This is a paid internship that includes promoting the car share via media, advertisements, or other organizations. Some maintenance and cleaning may be required. This is a great chance to learn how to market and run a small business. Interested current students will have ability to set their own work schedule and must have a valid driver's license. Please contact Carly Castillo ([email protected]) for more information on how to apply.