The Federal Community Service Work Study (FCSWS) program is a federally subsidized work program which provides eligible students the opportunity to work for an eligible non-profit organization. Positions are limited,and responsibilities vary, please contact Mark Messingschlager in the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
I am looking for workers to fill positions at athletic events such as ticket takers, scoreboard operators, concession workers, ball retrievers (for soccer and volleyball), etc. Working an event includes set-up and take-down of the event. If you need work-study hours, please come see me in the Connor Convocation Center. My office is located to the right of the lobby (coming in) and in the back right corner. We will have games/matches in between semesters as well over the winter if interested.
Barista takes and prepares customer beverage orders to brand specifications and customer requests. Must be able to processes cash and credit card transactions. Maintains appearance of location ensuring product is stocked to appropriate levels and all areas are properly cleaned and sanitized. Maintains excellent customer service. Other duties and tasks as assigned by manager. Hours to be determined to work with your schedule. Previous experience preferred.
Operates a register and handles cash and credit card transactions. Greet and assists customers. Count, organize, and balance cash drawer; fill out the cashier slip; and make deposits. Adheres to cash handling policies and procedures. Hours to be determined to work with your schedule.
Ensure guest satisfaction by maintaining all dishes, pots, pans, silverware, glasses, equipment, and kitchen utensils are cleaned and sanitized. Maintains dishwashing station, three compartment sink and related areas cleaned. Ensures equipment is clean and in working condition; reports any issues to management. Performs other light maintenance and custodial tasks. Hours to be determined to work with your schedule.
The Cook is responsible for cooking and preparing food according to recipes and production guidelines while adhering to food safety, food handling, and sanitation procedures. The Cook should safely handle knives and equipment such as grills, fryers, ovens, broilers, etc. Hours to be determined to work with your schedule.
As a Peer Tutor, you will assist TMU students in developing proper study skills and work through course material. Ultimately, your goal is to guide each student you work with toward being able to work independently.
Peer tutors will attend trainings offered by the Assistant Director of the IAE, as well as complete online peer tutor training through Canvas.
Peer tutors may be asked to represent the IAE at University functions such as Orientation, Welcome Week, Success Fair, etc.
This is an off campus position: 10 per week Description:
THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED for the FALL SEMESTER, due to COVID-19 and the limitation of K-12 schools to visit the Station.
The Biology Field Station is seeking students to assist with our K-12 STEM outreach programs. This work entails providing tours for school groups and other visitors to the Field Station, and also teaching hands-on lessons related to the Ohio River and our research.
This position will complete tasks related to institutional research, primarily data entry. Although not required, students with interest and skill may develop surveys, complete statistical analysis, and develop reports and analysis for decision making.
Basic data entry for the Campus Safety Department. In addition, there will be times you will need to attend to the front desk in security on as as needed basis. The hours are flexible around the students class schedule, but 10 hours per week is desired.