On-Campus Student Jobs

On-campus Search Tips

Many on-campus jobs are filled by word-of-mouth or in-house ads and may not appear on our listings. Contact any departments of interest directly. The following departments maintain their own web listings:

Tips for Applying

  • Consider your favorite retailers, services and organizations as potential employers.
  • Apply early to get a head-start on the competition
  • Write a resume and have it reviewed by Career Services
  • Prepare an outfit appropriate for an interview
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On-campus Search Tips

Many on-campus jobs are filled by word-of-mouth or in-house ads and may not appear on our listings. Contact any departments of interest directly. The following departments maintain their own web listings:

Tips for Applying

  • Consider your favorite retailers, services and organizations as potential employers.
  • Apply early to get a head-start on the competition
  • Write a resume and have it reviewed by Career Services
  • Prepare an outfit appropriate for an interview
225 NEBRASKA UNION 20 Minute Walk-ins | Hour Appointments through MyPLAN

Student worker positions are only available to students who are enrolled, regularly attending classes at, and working for the university as a form of merit-based student financial assistance provided through the university. Employment in student worker positions will not be covered by any program of unemployment insurance.

Jobs updated Monday, April 27, 2015

Courier Services - CITY & EAST CAMPUSES
UNL Transportation / Courier Services
Summer 2015 Part-Time Employment Fall 2015 Part-Time Employment University of Nebraska Courier Services is looking for students to work part-time hours. Applicants are required to be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at UNL, and have a valid driver's license. Applicants must be able to pass a drivers record check- preferably with no traffic violations- and pass a criminal history background check. Courier shifts are generally 3-4 hours, and start at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Courier duties: Our couriers deliver packages for the University and other state agencies to locations in and around the UNL campuses and other parts of Lincoln. Sometimes, a courier may also pick up a person and take him/her to and from other buildings and the airport. Couriers should be self-starters with the ability to accomplish tasks even when conditions become more difficult. Couriers should also be able to work with little to no supervision. It is beneficial to be familiar with all parts of both campuses and surrounding locations to be successful at this job. •Safe driving habits are required •Maintain routine tasks throughout employment •Accomplish the job 100% accurately •Be dependable Benefits: •Study during downtime •Improve time management and self-efficiency skills •Flexibility with classes is available •No work on weekends evenings PAY: $8.00 hourly TO APPLY: Email resume with available working hours to Ms Shawn Hunt, shunt2@unl.edu, or click the Apply button at the top of this page.


CBA IT Help Center Technician
UNL College of Business Administration (CBA)
CBA Information Technology Service is currently seeking a customer oriented, highly motivated student computer technician to partner with end users by providing Tier 1 support for technical related issues and educating end users on resolutions, policies and procedures. Our ideal candidate will possess a positive attitude as well as excellent skills in the areas of: customer service, communication, troubleshooting, multitasking and technical abilities. Responsibilities of the position will include working with end users to resolve various technical issues (computer hardware and software, printers, networks and conference and classroom multimedia equipment). QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be mature, reliable and be willing to provide resolutions accurately, consistently and promptly. Join the team that works on a wide range of exciting and rewarding IT project to make CBA one of the best places to learn on campus. Our team practices a culture of respect, collaboration, learning and fun. PAY/HOURS: $9.15/hour minimum for approximately 20 hours/week TO APPLY: For more information and to apply online, go to http://go.unl.edu/applycbaits


Child Care Student Employee - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Children's Center
Work at the UNL Children's Center - Assist the Lead and Assistant Teachers with the care of the children. We have eleven different classrooms serving children ages 6 weeks to 6 years of age. Must be student attending UNL with an interest in working with children with preference given to education majors. Training will be provided. Must be certified in CPR/First Aid within 30 days of employment. Schedules are done on a Monday - Wednesday - Friday and/or Tuesday - Thursday basis. Substitute hours are available as well. $8.00/hour for 5-20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Email unlchildrenscenter@unl.edu with hours that you are available to work and your major course of study. Please list your phone number. Application and Qualification forms to be completed and are available through Husker Hire Link, Career Services' online job listing service at www.unl.edu/careers. This application and qualification form is attached to this job posting in Husker Hire Link. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, visit Career Services at 225 Nebraska Union.


Dishwasher - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Children's Center
Work at the UNL Children's Center. Employee will gather dishes from the classrooms and be responsible for washing in an industrial machine. The morning dishwasher will also be responsible for setting up the dish cart for the lunchtime meal. Work area will need to be cleaned by dishwasher at the end of every shift. Trash and recycling will be taken out by dishwasher as well. Must be a student at UNL. Must be a self-starter who can work on own in a timely manner in a fast paced environment. PAY/HOURS: $8.00/hour. Hours will be Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9-12:30 or 12:30-5:30; Tuesday/Thursday 9-12:30 or 12:30-5:30. Hours worked per week will vary based on the shift taken. TO APPLY: Send email indicating interest and availability to unlchildrenscenter@unl.edu.


Landscape Services - CITY & EAST CAMPUS
UNL Landscape Services
Work Study and Student Workers - City and East Campus Work Study and Student workers are needed at Landscape Services. We have positions available on both City & East Campuses. Starting wage is $8.50 per hour. Our normal work schedule is 7:00 am-3:30 pm, M-F. Job entails all aspects of Landscape Maintenance. A valid driver’s license is required and you must have at least 7 points remaining of 12 points on your driving record to be eligible for employment. You must be at least 18 years old. TO APPLY: Applications are available online http://fmo.unl.edu/landscape-services/student-employment, at the City Campus Office, 1309 N. 17th St. or at the East Campus Office, East Campus Loop (north of Tractor Test). If you have questions call Susan Budler (472-1229) or e-mail at sbudler1@unl.edu.


Student Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Facilities Management and Planning
Facilities Inventory has an open student position with the following duties: • Provide check out services to Facilities Management & Planning employees • Pull orders for custodial distribution and deliver to campus-wide buildings • Shelve inventory and non-stock supplies • Perform other services including general upkeep of the inventory area and inventory counts • Flexible hours can be scheduled around the student's classes • Prefer at least a minimum of 10-15 hours per week between 7 AM and 4:30 PM • Hiring rate will be $8.50 per hour TO APPLY: Please contact Amber Brannigan at abrannigan2@unl.edu if you are interested in this position.


Telephone Interviewer - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR)
The Bureau of Sociological Research (part of the Sociology Department) is taking applications for telephone interviewers to conduct social research – no sales or solicitation. Evening and weekend hours are available. Workers are requested to commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week (three 4-hour shifts that you choose based on when you want to work!) while studies are in progress. Applicants must be willing to work four weekend shifts each month. This position pays $8.50/hour. The telephone interviews are conducted in Benton Hall. TO APPLY: Application forms and more information are available online at http://bosr.unl.edu/telephone-interviewer


Storm Water Monitoring Aid - CITY CAMPUS (Summer 2015)
University of Nebraska Partners in Pollution Prevention
Job Description: - Undergraduate student to work as part of a field sampling team in Lincoln. Will also learn environmental water analysis testing methods for physical and biological parameters. - Will Assist graduate student with field visits around Antelope Creek and miscellaneous sample collections such as soil, water, etc. (0 to 25% of work) - Assist graduate student in sample collection and analysis for the study of dry weather water and storm water quality in Antelope Creek and its tributaries (25 to 50% of work) - Carry out Dry Weather Storm Drain Monitoring (50% of work). - Students would have the primary responsibility for the data collection in the field, sample analysis in the field and laboratory, and report preparation. - Students will also interact with the City of Lincoln public works staff. - Sample collection days are unpredictable as we can sample only if there has not been any measurable rainfall for 72 hours. Job Requirements: 1. Able to drive a UNL vehicle 2. Able to lift up to 30 pounds Preference: 1. Completed one or more chemistry lab and biology lab PAY: $11.50 per hr. HOURS: 30 to 40 per wk. Summer 2015 TO APPLY: Email resume to bdvorak@unl.edu


Student Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Office of Research and Economic Development
UNL Office of Research has an opening for a Student Assistant, an undergraduate position. Employment begins Monday, June 1st or earlier if available. Position will update the annual report mailing list by using internet searches to check and update relevant contacts at the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU) and Association of American Universities (AAU) member schools. The Office of Research is seeking a responsible, effective communicator with excellent organization and accuracy for data entry with the ability to follow directions. Applicant must have a sharp eye for detail and possess the ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced office environment. Pay is $8.00/hour. Hours are 10-15 per week. TO APPLY: Apply in person at 301 Canfield Administration Building, City Campus. Please provide your availability and class schedule if you are taking summer classes along with application. For more information contact Kristen Ohnoutka at (402) 472-1819 or kohnoutka4@unl.edu.


Student Life Complex Tutors - SUMMER & FALL POSITIONS- CITY CAMPUS
UNL Student Life Center
The Student Life Complex is now accepting applications for tutorial positions! Tutors set their own availability and hours will vary based on courses/availability. Currently accepting applications for Summer & Fall 2015 for ALL classes. Here are just a few of the specific needs we are looking to fill for the upcoming semesters: Pre-session COMM 101 ENGL 254 FINA 361 MNGT 361 MUNM 301 8 Week Session BIOC 321 CYAF 222 ECON 200 FINA 307 LIFE 120L MRKT 325 1st 5 Week Session ACCT 200 ACCT 201 ACCT 202 BIOS 312 CSCE 235 CSCE 251 ECON 311 ENGL 252 ENGL 254 ETHN 245N FINA 361 HIST 112 JOUR 201 MNGT 300 MNGT 331 MNGT 350 MNGT 361 MRKT 341 NUTR 131 NUTR 244 NUTR 253 PSYC 373 SOCI 205 SPAN 101 SPAN 102 SPAN 201 SPAN 202 STAT 218 2nd 5 Week Session ACCT 202 ACCT 314 CHEM 131 CYAF 446 FINA 365 FINA 450 MATH 301 SOCI 355 SPAN 210 Fall Semester Accepting applications for ALL courses! PAY: Undergraduate pay is $9.00 an hour. REQUIREMENTS: We require all tutors to be at least Junior standing at UNL with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. Tutors are eligible to tutor any course in which they received an A- or higher or prerequisites for those courses (ie: if you got an A- in MATH 104, you could also tutor MATH 101 or MATH 100A if interested). TO APPLY: Please complete the attached application, listing any and all courses you'd be interested in tutoring, and email it to Andrea Einspahr at aeinspahr@huskers.com. Please include a PDF of your unofficial transcript. To access the application, login to Husker Hire Link http://www.unl.edu/careers.


Summer Help: UNL Soybean Breeding Project - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture
SUMMER ONLY University of Nebraska Soybean Breeding Project is in need of summer help. Preference is given to individuals with an interest in Agronomy, Range Science, Soil Science, Natural Resources, or any related Science. Agricultural experience is helpful but not required. Applicants must be as least 16 years old. Preferences • Looking for individuals with an interest in Agronomy, Range Science, Soil Science, Natural Resources or related science • Agricultural experience helpful • Must Be at least 16 years old Job Responsibilities • Full time work in the field and seed lab working with other Students, Technologists and Project leaders • Assist in setup and preparation of research tests • Planting research test plots • Assist in research test plot maintenance Benefits • Gain firsthand knowledge about how breeding programs operate • Flexible Schedule • Excellent work environment • Good work experience TO APPLY: If interested please email resumes to: Aaron Hoagland ahoagland3@unl.edu Mason Lien mlien@unl.edu Justin Loeffelholz justin.loeffelholz@huskers.unl.edu


Summer Student Research Assistant - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Agronomy and Horticulture
Description: Seeking student employee to work full-time (Mon-Fri) during the summer season (May through August) with the Sorghum & Pearl Millet Genetics Program. Employment can be extended to Fall and Spring semesters as part-time student help (10-20 hrs/week). Work is based at UNL East Campus Stewart Seed Lab with daily trips to research plots at Lincoln Havelock research farm and Mead ARDC field research areas. Working outdoors is required and the employee should not be allergic to sorghum pollen. Employee must have a valid Nebraska driver license with a good driving record to be able to drive University vehicles and equipment. Previous experience operating farm equipment is preferred but not required. Research experience would be helpful but is not required. Work activities will include operating research equipment, assisting in planting of field and greenhouse research plots, removing weeds from plots, bagging and crossing of sorghum and pearl millet breeding lines, hand harvesting plant selections, threshing selections and packaging seed, potting greenhouse soil, and collecting research data. Pay scale is determined by student level and work experience. TO APPLY: Contact John Rajewski, office (402) 472-1518, cell (402) 309-3556) or jrajewski1@unl.edu


Visitor Services Associate - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Great Plains Art Museum
The Great Plains Art Museum is seeking applications for Visitor Services Associates to work this summer. Ideal candidates will have an interest in working with the public with the ability to interact pleasantly and professionally with local and international visitors, members and VIPs, and Museum staff. Job duties include but are not limited: • Greeting guests by imparting brief information about museum exhibitions and viewing polices • Monitoring the galleries • Maintain a well-informed, working knowledge of the exhibitions, programs, and services available at GPAM • Routine tasks include opening and closing the gallery spaces in addition to operating the phones, cash register and credit card machine • Perform other duties as needed The Great Plains Art Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 am – 5 pm.. Some weekend special after-hours event availability required. Applicants must be available to work shifts in blocks of no less than 2 hours. $8 hour for 10-20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Email your resume, work availability and work-study award status to Melynda Seaton at mseaton2@unl.edu


Campus Tour Guide - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Be a part of the Office of Admissions Tour Guide Team! Job Description: The Office of Admissions is looking for upper-class students (sophomores - juniors) with leadership experience to join our team. As a tour guide, you will host prospective students and families visiting campus, provide event support and highlight the amazing academic and campus life at UNL. Qualifications/Duties: •Efficient time management skills and attention to detail •Excellent interpersonal communication including large group and one-on-one visits •Reliable and ability to display commitment to the role of a campus representative •Enthusiasm for UNL Hours: Employees can expect to work approximately 8 -15 hours/week Tour guides must be available to work the following hours Monday through Friday: •9:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. •11:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (lunch included) •1:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. There are also occasional Saturday and special event opportunities that tour guides will be asked to provide assistance. If you have additional questions, contact Megan Rolofson at mrolofson2@unl.edu or 402-472-0984. Please apply on-line at: http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx


Custodial/Cleanup, Setup & Strike Crew - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Lied Center for Performing Arts
Hiring UNL students for the Lied Center for Performing Arts Facilities Services Department. Part-time jobs doing mainly custodial duties, cleaning up after events, and some setup work for events. Custodial duties include but are not limited to vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, bathrooms, trash removal, and seasonal snow removal. No experience required. PAY/HOURS: Starting rate is $8.00/hour. Hours needed: Flexible day shifts between 8am - 5pm and night shifts between 5pm - 2am, includes some weekends.


Reporting and Data Analysis Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Office of the University Registrar is currently seeking a UNL student to work as a Reporting and Data Analysis Assistant. Duties include writing ad hoc reports using report writing software, assisting with the development of self-service reports and online dashboards, and assisting with data analysis and presentation. Report writing and other technical training will be provided by the Office of the University Registrar. Computer experience is required. Programming, HTML, or report writing experience is preferred. Students with Federal Work Study hours available are preferred but open to all undergraduate University students. PAY/HOURS: $8.50/hour for 20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Please email your resume to Juan Carlos Gutierrez at jgutierrez2@unl.edu.


Student Staff Assistant Summer 2015 into 2015-16 School Year
UNL Career Services
Responsibilities 1. Collect, verify and enter data. Generate and format reports in print and online. 2. Greet and direct visitors at the Career Services (CS) front desk. 3. Answer phone and direct callers appropriately; schedule appointments. 4. Support career fairs and programs. 5. Assume other duties as assigned. Qualifications 1. Positive, friendly attitude and excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 2. Prompt, reliable, and able to work independently as well as part of a team. 3. Knowledgeable in basic computer systems. 4. Prior office and/or customer service experience preferred 5. Current undergraduate in good academic standing. 6. Intention and availability to work 2015/16 academic year. Schedule: Position to start May 1, 2015. Summer schedule has the availability to be 20+ hours per week. 2015-2016 Academic Year schedule requires 10-12 hours/week. Hours available between 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday-Friday. Schedule will be established and maintained throughout the summer and updated for Fall Semester. TO APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to Shawn Roberts at sroberts12@unl.edu. Include in your letter the number of hours per week you prefer to work during the summer. If possible, also provide the days and times you will be available Fall 2015.


Development Student Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Lied Center for Performing Arts
Student Worker needed to assist the Lied Center for Performing Arts fundraising (development) team with donor cultivation and fulfillment activities associated with season events and performances. A large portion of these activities include maintaining sponsor and donor relations through database work and helping full time staff with the planning, organization, and successful execution of donor events. The student worker is responsible for key logistical aspects and follow-through of donor sponsored events and intermission receptions, as well as thanking donors for their sponsorship, and other fulfillment (follow-up) activities. Development student worker hours will be a combination of daytime hours (flexible with student class schedule), as well as evenings and weekends (including some Saturday evenings) during season concert events. Responsibilities include managing and manipulating customer and donor data for reports from Tessitura software. Requests often require quick turnaround and a high level of accuracy and customization. The applicant should be comfortable learning a new software system. Pay is $8.00 per hour and 10-15 hours per week. DUTIES: •Update donor database with information on donor interactions with staff, biographical information, photographs, news articles, up to date contact information. •Run lists of donors attending upcoming shows and create seating map. •Enter batches of donor data, often data on new and renewed contributions requiring accuracy and attention to detail. •Regularly review donor records and check for spelling, capitalization, or other anomalies, correct records as needed. •Look for duplicate records from prior database system and combine these with current records as appropriate. •Contact event sponsors before performances to check on specific needs. •Send out packets to sponsors after performances, including photographs and program books. •Help Lied development and event staff to coordinate special receptions and dinners. •Maintain inventory of food and supplies for donor suite throughout the season. Requires trips to buy supplies, driver preferred. •Set up the donor suite (Gold Circle Suite) before each performance with intermission and greet donors as they enter. Stay after performances when artist meet and greet receptions are scheduled (this is the case for approximately 90 percent of Lied performances). •Clean up donor suite after each intermission. •Other donor cultivation duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: •Experience working with: Excel, Access, Word. Database and data entry experience strongly preferred. •Skills: strong verbal and written communication skills, computer skills, and an understanding of how attention to detail affects donor relationships. A level of poise and tact is expected when dealing with high-level Lied Center donors, members, and patrons, University and public officials, as well as guest performers and their management. •Expected to attend all Lied sponsored events, i.e. must be able to work days, evenings and weekends. •Ability to remember donor names, faces, and the overall “who’s who” of Lied patrons is a major plus. An interest in the performing arts or a willingness to learn about the performing arts will be very helpful. TO APPLY: Submit a Lied Center application form and resume with links to work samples or portfolio work to Carter Van Pelt at cvanpelt2@unl.edu. Include "Development Student Worker Application" in the subject line.


Nebraska Athletics Technical Support Team - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Athletics
JOB DESCRIPTION: The University of Nebraska Athletic Department is seeking self-motivated, enthusiastic students with interests in sports & technology to join our technical support team for the 2015-16 school year. Primary responsibilities will include providing technical support to staff, members of the media and guests of the university at events; troubleshooting software and hardware issues; serving as scoreboard/clock operator at numerous athletic events. Technical support team members are expected to provide excellent customer service to anyone we support, be able to learn new tasks quickly, be comfortable with working on your own and able to handle stressful situations well. Hours vary week to week based on the number of home athletic events. Starting hourly wage will by $9.50 / hour. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Full-time UNL student - Basic computer knowledge (Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Potential to serve as a team member for more than one year - Working knowledge of collegiate sports and NCAA guidelines TO APPLY: Send a resume and available working hours for the fall 2015 semester to Chad Chiesa at cchiesa@huskers.com.


NET News Internship - EAST CAMPUS (Summer 2015)
NET - Nebraska Educational Telecommunications
Internship focused on radio/television/digital reporting and interactive journalism. The intern will work with NET News reporters and producers and receive instruction on best practices and hands-on training on producing stories for multiple platforms. Intern may be asked to pitch story ideas and provide research assistance to staff. Students must be in good academic standing and have completed at least two journalism courses. They will be expected to stay abreast of current events and to follow NET News content on radio, television, online and social media. If appropriate, intern may be asked to work toward producing at least one radio, television or digital news story to be evaluated by news personnel for possible use on NET Television, NET Radio, or the NET News website. 15-20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Submit your resume and cover letter to jthomsen@netnebraska and clund@netnebraska.org.


Peer Career Guide 2015/16 - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Career Services
Responsibilities 1. Assist UNL students with job search resources including Husker Hire Link. 2. Promote resources, services, and events of Career Services. 3. Provide walk-up, one-to-one resume reviews at booths across campus. 4. Lead resume development workshops. 5. Assist employers at career fairs and student information sessions. 6. Support activities of career fairs and programs. 7. Assume other duties as assigned. Qualifications 1. Positive and friendly attitude. 2. Excellent verbal communication, writing, interpersonal and leadership skills. 3. Prompt, reliable, and able to work independently as well as part of a team. 4. Current undergraduate in good academic standing. 5. Prior office and/or customer service experience preferred. 6. All majors encouraged to apply. Schedule/Pay This is a paid on-campus position; minimum starting rate is $8.50/hour. Schedule requires 10-12 hours/week during the academic year. Standard hours available are between 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, with some evening hours required. Comprehensive training held in August 2015. Additional Benefits • Connecting with students across campus. • Building writing and presentation experience. • Learning job search strategy and resources. • Being a part of career events. • And more! TO APPLY: Send your resume and cover letter by April 27th, 2015 to Emily Wilber, ewilber1@unl.edu.


Lanes N' Games Attendant - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska East Union
Position Overview: As a Lane Attendant your job duties include, but are not limited to: purchasing a single or multiple games of bowling, handling money transactions, distributing and maintaining bowling equipment, resolving scoring issues, fixing minor pin jams, tangles, or stuck bowling balls, ensuring the facility is clean and organized at the end of the shift. Job Specific Duties: • Provide exceptional customer service both in person and over the phone to all guests of Lanes N’ Games through handling purchasing games of bowling and reservations • Operate the Lanes N’ Games scoring system and direct the sale of products • Stock product and maintain overall appearance of the area • Maintain a clean and an organized work environment • Embrace and enforce Lanes N’ Games policies and procedures Preferred Qualifications: • University of Nebraska-Lincoln student enrolled in a minimum of nine credits • Customer service experience • Cash handling experience • Working knowledge of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campuses • Desire to learn and grow as a young professional • Willingness to work early mornings, nights and weekends Pay rate: $8.25/hour Hours Requirement: Candidates selected for the position must commit to work a minimum of nine hours per week during the academic year. TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter stating your interest in the position, a current resume and three references to pmaness2@unl.edu


Welcome Desk Ambassador - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska East Union
Position Overview: The Union Crossing Welcome Desk serves as the main hub of information for the entire university. Welcome Desk Ambassadors will strive to provide the best customer service on campus to all guests of the Nebraska East Union through positive customer interactions, efficient and effective delivery of UNL information and bringing a very positive attitude to work each and every day. They will truly serve as great ambassadors to the entire university community. Job Specific Duties: • Provide exceptional customer service both in person and over the phone to all guests of the Nebraska East Union through handling of inquiries regarding both the Nebraska East Union as well as the entire University of Nebraska-Lincoln community • Serve as the pulse point for communication with administration, full-time support staff, and other student staff regarding concerns, suggestions, and issues involving the day to day operations of the Nebraska East Union • Operate the Welcome Desk and direct the sale of products • Stock product and maintain overall appearance of the area • Maintain a clean and an organized work environment • Effectively Communicate information regarding a wide variety of University of Nebraska-Lincoln programs and offerings and appropriate delivery methods • Embrace and enforce Nebraska East Union policies and procedures in regards to event space, tenants, and specific details about offerings in the Nebraska East Union • Utilize and research the University of Nebraska-Lincoln website and the world wide web to answer guest questions and inquires • Assist with Nebraska East Union event customer service and operations as needed Preferred Qualifications: • University of Nebraska-Lincoln student enrolled in a minimum of nine credits • Customer service experience • Cash handling experience • Working knowledge of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campuses • Desire to learn and grow as a young professional • Willingness to work early mornings, nights and weekend Pay rate: $8.25/hour Hours Requirement: Candidates selected for the position must commit to work a minimum of nine hours per week during the academic year. TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter stating your interest in the position, a current resume and three references to pmaness2@unl.edu


Daily Nebraskan Delivery - CITY CAMPUS
Daily Nebraskan
Do you like to exercise and get paid for it? Deliver Daily Nebraskans on Monday and Thursday mornings. You can deliver a route in about an hour. QUALIFICATIONS: Must have own vehicle, ability to lift and carry 30 lbs, be a UNL student who is not on academic probation and not have classes before 9:00am. PAY/HOURS: $13.00+/day plus gas allowance for approximately 2 hours/week. Pay is higher when papers are bigger or weather is bad. TO APPLY: For more information or to apply, contact Dan at 402-472-1769, 20 Nebraska Union. dshattil@unl.edu.


ITS Student Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Information Services
ITS Student Assistant, Job #31015 Information Technology Services is seeking a Tier 1 IT Technician who is highly motivated and driven to provide excellence in customer service. Primary responsibilities: Providing technical support to students and faculty/staff by email, phone, support tickets, or in person; including troubleshooting problems with software, operating systems, computer hardware and network connections for faculty, staff and students. Technicians are expected to maintain a broad and continually evolving knowledge of technology, policies, procedures and end user education. Pay/Hours: $8.75/hour for up to 20 hours/week. Academic Year + summer hours possible. TO APPLY: Apply at http://its.unl.edu/jobs/.


Undergraduate Student Worker Position - CITY CAMPUS (Summer 2015)
UNL Graduate Studies
Position Description: The Office of Graduate Studies seeks highly motivated student workers to serve as classroom consultants during the Institute for International Teaching Assistants, July 27-August 7. Work hours are Monday through Friday for approximately 15-20 hours per week. Duties include: Assisting instructors in language classes, providing constructive feedback after microteaching session, videotaping and timing microteaching sessions, and other tasks as assigned. Qualifications: • Excellent organizational and communication skills. • Basic knowledge of video equipment is essential. • Must be team-oriented, demonstrate a professional attitude, be prompt, and reliable, and in good academic standing. Salary is $8.00 per hour, job to begin July 27. Training session will be held on July 24. TO APPLY: Contact Hollie Swanson at hswanson5@unl.edu to complete an application.


Information Technology Technician - CITY CAMPUS
UNL TRiO Programs
Seeking an undergraduate student to support the Office of Educational Access and TRIO Programs' IT needs. TRIO IT Support is a small team responsible for approximately 100+ IT elements including desktops, laptops, palmtops, printers, scanners, etc. This position will be best fit for a student aspiring to be a Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Engineer, IT Consultant, etc. Good communication skills, attention to detail, strong desire to help other. Ability to troubleshoot hardware and software issues, familiarity with popular Microsoft Windows applications. An ideal candidate must be comfortable working in Microsoft Windows environments and a know-how of Active Directory, LDAP, Computer Networking is a plus. Programming knowledge preferred. $8.75 to $10.00 per hour, 30 to 40 hours in the summer and 20 during the academic year. TO APPLY: Please submit resume and inquiries to t3itsupport@unl.edu.


IT Project Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Information Services
Project Assistant - JOB # 40615 Provide assistance in various projects. Projects will include verifying and documenting equipment across the campus. Training will be provided. $9.00/hour for approximately 20 hours/week. TO APPLY: Apply online at http://its.unl.edu/jobs/


Lab Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Center for Plant Science Innovation
The Mackenzie Lab is seeking an undergraduate student worker for assistance with dishwashing, autoclaving, media preparation, and other aspects of lab operation. Lab experience in biology, microbiology, or genetics is preferred, but not required. Position will also be assisting with research work in the lab. This position is year-round, including summer. Position pays $8.50/hour, expect to work 15-20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Please submit resume and inquiries to Yashi Wamboldt, ywamboldt2@unl.edu, (402) 472-6998.


Student Worker - ON CAMPUS (Summer 2015)
UNL Dairy Store
Get the scoop on the coolest place on campus! The UNL Dairy Store has been providing premium quality dairy products for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln since 1917. The Dairy Store sells popular, handmade ice creams, meats, and cheeses from our East Campus location. We feature new ice cream flavors daily and have lunches and catering. The best part? Each sandwich and scoop gives UNL students jobs and supports their education. We are seeking customer service driven students to work at the UNL Dairy Store this summer. Join our fun, enthusiastic, and laid-back work environment. Flexible scheduling - we are seeking part- and full-time student workers this summer. Students get Memorial Day (May 26) and Independence Day (July 4) off. We're open Mon-Fri: 8am - 6pm and Sat/Sun: 10am - 6pm. Have questions? Stop by and ask for Kathy (402-472-2828) or visit www.dairystore.unl.edu. TO APPLY: Stop by and pick-up an application today! Applications can be filled out at our store. Location: 114 E Campus Loop, Lincoln, NE 68583. Phone: (402) 472-2828.


Student Worker Education Abroad - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Education Abroad
Position open until filled. Employment to start as soon as possible and will continue through summer 2015 and subsequent semesters. Ideal candidates will be available to work with the department for a minimum of one year. The Education Abroad Student Worker will assist the Education Abroad Administrative Technician with basic office duties such as front desk (answering the phone, greeting office visitors), sorting mail and making deliveries, scanning, copying, filing, scheduling appointments, office and library maintenance, working with "MyWorld" online portal, and assisting with special projects and other duties as assigned. 10-12 hours per week; pay $8.00 per hour. -Responsible, effective communicator with excellent customer service, organizational, and writing skills with the ability to follow directions. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications. - Sharp eye for detail. - Possess the ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced office environment. - Prior customer service (desk/phone) experience preferred. - Experience in Adobe InDesign helpful. - Prior study abroad experience strongly preferred. TO APPLY: Please apply online at http://go.unl.edu/studentworkerapp and email both application and resume to Danae Schufeldt at dschufeldt2@unl.edu.


Civil Engineering Graduate Research Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
Assist in researching all aspects of highway design and safety along with safety performance evaluations of various roadside appurtenances, developing new and innovative design concepts and technologies in the area of highway, roadside, and race track safety. HOURS: 20 hours during school semester, 40 hours during summers. QUALIFICATIONS: Must be admitted to or applying to graduate school at UNL. Must be seeking a Civil Engineering graduate degree. Minimum GPA required. Candidate must be PC literate and have experience with word-processing (Word, WordPerfect, etc.) and spreadsheet (Excel, Quattro Pro, etc.) software packages. Candidate is expected to be self-motivated, capable of working independently, and highly responsible. TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and transcript (it may be an unofficial transcript) to Dr. Ronald Faller, P.E., rfaller1@unl.edu For more information and questions, contact: Dr. Ronald Faller, P.E. Research Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Director, MwRSF rfaller1@unl.edu


Engineering Research Assistant / Internship - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
Assist MwRSF's full-time engineers and professors in researching all aspects of highway design and safety. Assist with the safety performance evaluations of various roadside appurtenances. May perform the following tasks: (1) Laboratory/Full-Scale Testing Support, Documentation, and Technical Writing, (2) Computer-Aided Drafting (Solidworks, AutoCAD), (3) Video Electronic Transfer, (4) High-Speed Video Analysis, (5) Archiving of Test Data and Results, (6) Miscellaneous PC Tasks and Web Page Support, and (7) Simple Engineering Analysis and Design. Must be an undergraduate student at UNL. Prefer Civil Engineering or Mechanical & Materials Engineering or Construction Management majors. Must be PC literate and have experience with Microsoft Office. Prefer experience with computer-aided drafting software. Must be self-motivated, dependable, and capable of working independently as well as on a team. Min 10 hours/week. TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript generated from MyRed to Ms. Karla Lechtenberg (kpolivka2@unl.edu)


Marketing/Advertising Internship - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
Assist MwRSF's full-time engineers and professors in researching and developing marketing/advertising plans to promote safe, effective, and economical tree placement practices and highlight the consequences of poor tree placement. Potential for additional marketing/advertising opportunities. Candidate must be either a Marketing/Advertising undergraduate or graduate student or prior Marketing/Advertising experience. Candidate must be PC literate and have experience with Microsoft Office. Candidate is expected to be self-motivated, capable of working independently, and highly responsible. Candidate is expected to have good oral and written communication skills. WORK: 10-20 hrs during school semester, 40 hr summers. TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript (use MyRed to generate transcript) to Mrs. Karla Lechtenberg at kpolivka2@unl.edu.


Mechanical & Materials Engineering Graduate Research Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
Gain valuable experience for your career. Work on exciting research projects. Get paid while earning your Master's degree. Learn valuable skills that will be tailored to your interests, including dynamic analysis of vehicle impacts with structures; finite element analysis; material testing; and many other areas. Assist in researching all aspects of highway design and safety along with safety performance evaluations of various roadside appurtenances, developing new and innovative design concepts and technologies in the area of highway, roadside, and race track safety. HOURS: 20 hours during school semester, 40 hours during summers. QUALIFICATIONS: Must be admitted to or applying to graduate school at UNL. Must be seeking a Mechanical & Materials Engineering graduate degree. Minimum GPA required. Candidate must be PC literate and have experience with Microsoft Office. Candidate is expected to be self-motivated, capable of working independently, and highly responsible. TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and transcript (it may be an unofficial transcript) to Dr. John Reid, jreid@unl.edu For more information and questions, contact: Dr. John Reid Professor, Mechanical & Materials Engineering jreid@unl.edu


Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship – Deadline: May 15
Syngenta
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship program, which is open to graduate and undergraduate college students pursuing degrees in crop-related disciplines. You may apply by submitting a 750- to 1,000-word essay on the chosen topic (more information on the essay topic can be found on the Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship web page) to compete for a portion of $20,000 in available awards to help grow your future. The application deadline is May 15, 2015. If this sounds like a scholarship you’re interested in applying for, you are encouraged to visit the Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship web page - http://www.syngenta-us.com/scholarships/. Application Guidelines & more information is provided and you can apply online. If you have any questions about the scholarship, please contact Lauren Hafezi by email at SAS@gscommunications.com, or by phone at (919) 870-5718


Front Office Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Printing & Copy Services
Provide general office support. Must be dependable, have good customer service skills, and be detailed oriented. Part-time or full-time hours available through the summer and part-time for the academic year. Position could begin immediately. TO APPLY: Apply in person at Printing Services, 1700 Y Street, Business Services Center.


Nebraska College Preparatory Academy – Evening Supervisor - CITY & EAST CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Are you looking for an opportunity to stay connected with your mentees during the summer? Are you looking to make some quick and easy money during the summer? NCPA has a great opportunity for you during the month of July! NCPA Summer Science Camps! Apply to be an Evening Supervisor and make $9.00 an hour. As an Evening Supervisor you will be responsible for the following duties: •Provide supervision of NCPA scholars at all times during evening - 5-11pm •Participate in activities with scholars •Responsible for transporting with UNL vehicle There are a total of 5 camps, each last 3 days and 2 nights. • Camp 1: July 13-15 • Camp 2: July 16-18 • Camp 3: July 20-22 • Camp 4: July 23-25 • Camp 5: July 28-31 TO APPLY: Please apply online at: http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx Questions can be emailed to: Jena Mendoza at jmendoza2@unl.edu


Nebraska College Preparatory Academy – Resident Assistant - CITY & EAST CAMPUS
UNL Academic Services and Enrollment Management
Are you looking for an opportunity to stay connected with your mentees during the summer? Are you looking to make some quick and easy money during the summer? NCPA has a great opportunity for you during the month of July! NCPA Summer Science Camps! Apply to be a Camp RA and make $9.00 an hour. As a Camp RA you will be responsible for the following duties: •Providing supervision of NCPA scholars at all times •Participating in activities with scholars •Overnight stays in Abel/Sandoz •Responsible for transporting with UNL vehicle There are a total of 5 camps, each last 3 days and 2 nights. •Camp 1: July 13-15 •Camp 2: July 16-18 •Camp 3: July 20-22 •Camp 4: July 23-25 •Camp 5: July 28-31 TO APPLY: Please apply online at: http://admissions.unl.edu/connect/student-jobs.aspx Questions can be emailed to: Jena Medoza at jmendoza2@unl.edu