The C-Store is taking applications for a store clerk Monday and Thursday evenings 7-10:15pm. Please contact Stacy Henning for more information or to apply.
Luther Aquatic Center is looking for certified life guards to fill their mid-day shift. Mon-Wed-Fri 10:30a.m.-12:15p.m. Please contact Ray Amato for more information on how to apply.
Are you a First Year or Sophomore looking for the most fun and rewarding job on campus? Look no further! The Campus Programming Office is hiring student workers for the 2017-2018 school year. The Campus Programming Assistants' work is directly related to the Center Stage Series and other programming at Luther, so interest in the arts/arts management is beneficial, though not necessary. Campus Programming Assistants must be dependable, professional, and proactive. They must be able to work both independently and in a group, as tasks often change from week to week. Strong writing and communication skills are needed. This job will provide valuable work experience that will prepare you for whatever your future career may be.
If interested in applying, send a cover letter and resume to the Director of Campus Programming, Paul Atkins, at [email protected] by September 22nd. Please email [email protected] for a full job description or with any questions.
Intramural Sports Official: Officiate structured leagues and tournaments in a variety of sports and activities throughout the school year. 3 hours a week with possibility of more.
Outdoor Recreation Facilitator: Responsible for providing varied outdoor recreational and adventure programming throughout the school year. Must be able to work weekends. Hours vary
For more information, please see the Recreational Services bulletin board, located at 104 Dahl Centennial Union.
The SASC office is seeking tutors for the 2017-18 school year. Common areas of need are:
Qualified applicants must:
For more information or to apply for a position, visit the SASC website
Custodial Department looking for help with hours before 8:30 a.m. Please contact Cindy Blue ([email protected]) for more information.
Oneota Market has openings for miscellaneous shifts. Please contact Debbie Aske ([email protected] or ext. 1341) for more information.
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.
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 has openings for a variety of shifts. Please contact Joyce Brincks ([email protected]) for more information.
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 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 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]) or Rob Larson ([email protected]) for more information on how to apply.