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
225 NEBRASKA UNION 20 Minute Walk-ins | Hour Appointments through MyPLAN

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 Friday, November 21, 2014

Education Intern - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Lied Center for Performing Arts
Looking for an Education Student Intern to work at the Lied Center beginning as soon as possible. It is anticipated that the person who fills the intern position will continue through the 2014/2015 academic year and into the summer. The primary goals of the intern are to assist in coordinating educational activities at the Lied Center. Activities include working with the Kennedy Center Partners in Education program, K-12 teacher workshops and educational activities for K-12 students, student matinee programs, curriculum development, and specially-designed arts integration programs related to Lied Center performances. The intern selected for this position will have interest and skills in writing, communication, trouble-shooting, event coordination, data management, and have experience working in schools. He/she will show a willingness to develop skills in this area,and also have an understanding of/or is studying K-12 education. An interest in the performing arts is suggested, but not required. Time commitment is 10-15 hours/week. Interested students can submit a cover letter and resume to Nancy Engen-Wedin at nengenwedin2@unl.edu


Graphic Design Intern - CITY CAMPUS
UNL University Communications
Desire to hire a UNL student who believes that design matters and who is excited and ready to contribute to our work of supporting the UNL brand through strategic marketing communications. The Role: -Collaborate with our team of graphic designers to assist with all kinds of design projects, from multi-page brochures to postcards to social media graphics. -Assist with new creative thinking and executions; work with our clients and creatives to deliver head-turning design content. -Support design work for a variety of campus clients, potentially including several academic colleges, University Housing and Greek Affairs. Necessary Skills: -Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite. -Ability to learn/understand and apply principles of UNL design standards in all work. -Contribute individually and participate in cross-functional teams. -The fundamentals: pay attention to detail, meet deadlines, give and take feedback, communicate like a pro (including rationales for design choices), and apply what you learn. Extra Credit: -Junior/Senior/Grad Student standing. -Experience from a previous design internship / part-time job. -Know InDesign and Photoshop like the back of your hand. Before you tweet out this job posting, send us your resume, portfolio link or PDF of work samples and describe yourself in 140 characters, plus tell us about your favorite font.


Office Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Housing
Student office assistant position. Work in Residence Life Department main office in Housing. Various job skills required. Administrative & phone skills, customer service, computer program skills. Knowledge of Residence Life preferred.


Student Staff Assistant - CITY CAMPUS
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 January 7, 2015. 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 semester. Summer 2015 hours may be available. TO APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to Emily Wilber at ewilber1@unl.edu. Include in your letter the number of hours per week you prefer to work per semester. If possible, provide also the days and times you will be available Spring 2015.


Campus Photographer
Campus Letters
As I expand my alphabet photography business to include every major university in the US, I'm seeking a paid photographer on your campus: you get to choose your own hours, work alone or with a friend, and never have to come in to an office! Since this is a remote position, most students prefer a royalty- or commission-based payment structure. This way, you’ll make money with every purchase, so what better motivation to take high-quality photos and spread the word about the site? Willing to pay by the hour with an hour cap if student prefers. Check out www.NotreName.com for an idea of the types of photos I’m looking for - I’d like at least 3-4 of each letter from your university’s campus and 2-3 of each number (0-9): 98 - 134 photos total. Formal photography training preferred, but not required. Must have access to high-quality digital camera (either own or check out from your school’s photography department).


Student Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Exploratory & Pre-Professional Advising Center (EXPLORE Center)
The Explore Center and First-Year Experience & Transition Programs are looking for one more student to join the student worker team and provide various types of office support at their combined front desk. Duties to include greeting visitors, answering phones, scheduling appointments, data entry, delivering mail to offices within walking distance, copying, scanning, some light cleaning and other projects and duties as assigned. There are a few optional weekend opportunities such as proctoring Practice LSATs. Previous customer service experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office desired. Experience working in an office setting helpful. 10-20 hours/week. Availability is needed during the following times starting Spring 2015: M - 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM W - 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM T/TH - 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM TO APPLY: Application can be found at http://go.unl.edu/lls127studentapp or picked up from 127 Love Library South. Submit application with availability and resume via email to (rmathis4@unl.edu), fax (402-472-3630) or in person (127 Love Library South). Those who submit application without resume will not be considered. Questions can be directed to Rebecca Mathis (402-472-5358; rmathis4@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


Engagement Editor (Spring 2015)
Daily Nebraskan
The Daily Nebraskan is hiring an engagement editor for Spring 2015. This person will manage the DN's social media presence, write short teasers for content on social media and coordinate with advertising staff to help publicize DNewsmakers and other events. This paid position will require about 15 hours a week, but hours are flexible. If interested, please send an email to editor-in-chief Jacy Marmaduke, jacymarmaduke@yahoo.com, with your work experience and contact information.


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


Office Undergraduate Research Assistant - 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 majors. Must be PC literate, have experience with computer-aided drafting software, such as Solidworks and AutoCAD, and have experience with Microsoft Office. 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)


Undergraduate Research Assistant - Vehicle Focus - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
Do you like to work with vehicles and construction equipment? Would you like to gain experience working on vehicles in a vehicle dynamics environment? Must be an undergraduate student at UNL. Must be knowledgeable or willing to learn about vehicles. Equipment maintenance, diagnosis, and repair as well as light fabrication experience a plus. Must have experience with PC and Microsoft Office. Must be self-motivated, dependable, and be able to work independently as well as on a team. Construction and/or farming background is a plus. Min 10 hours/week. TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript generated from MyRed to Ms. Karla Lechtenberg (kpolivka2@unl.edu)


Video Editor (Spring 2015)
Daily Nebraskan
The Daily Nebraskan is hiring a video editor for Spring 2015. This person will facilitate the production of 1 to 3 videos per week produced by the DN visuals staff as well as hire and manage a staff of students devoted exclusively to video production. The job will require about 10 hours a week and pay about $300/month. Video production experience required. If interested, please send an email to editor-in-chief Jacy Marmaduke, jacymarmaduke@yahoo.com , with your work experience and contact information.


DJ/Emcee for a National Touring Dance Competition. Ideal for Theater and Broadcast Arts students.
Hall of Fame Dance Challenge
DON'T MISS THIS PERFECT COLLEGE JOB OPPORTUNITY!! The disc-jockey and Master of Ceremonies position at Hall of Fame Dance Challenge is integral. Hall of Fame Dance Challenge is a national children's dance competition that attracts thousands of competitive dancers from hundreds of dance studios across the country. These dancers perform on Hall of Fame stages in front of hundreds of thousands of fans watching both live and online. The DJ/MC is responsible for introducing performers, organizing and playing music that the dancers provide, and conducting several awards ceremonies. This position requires tasks be performed in a timely fashion that ensures efficient transitions between sections of the dance program. The job requires the DJ/MC to keep the event moving at a steady pace within tight time constraints. The ability to create a fun, relaxed, and enjoyable atmosphere is critical. This job is seasonal and requires one to travel through the months of February to July usually flying out Thursday night and returning home Monday morning. We handle your food, travel, and hotel. In short, this is a very visible position that has a major impact on our clients' and fans' receptivity and enjoyment of our events. It is expected that the DJ/MC is willing to work very hard to ensure successful shows. Given the high responsibility and skill required, our DJ/MCs are provided with exceptional opportunities. This position will require travel (company paid) to our shows across the US. Our season runs February-May and three weeks in the summer. The days are long, and require focus and tenacity. That being said, you are playing music and announcing the awards, which is not strenuous work. Our home office is in Wixom, Mi, but the work will be all over the US, so we accept applicants from anywhere in the US. This position is ideal for those candidates with an interest in the broadcast or theater arts. For example, we are filling positions vacated by a couple of students in a university broadcast journalism program, that are now working full time with radio stations. If you are a student applying for the position, you should not have classes late Thursday-Monday at 1pm, as you will usually be flown out of town Thursday night and return home Monday early AM. This is an amazing job opportunity for individuals that like travel and live performance production. This is an INCREDIBLE opportunity for college students, unless you can think of another job that pays more for a weekend job.


Student Caller
University of Nebraska Call Center
Are you looking for an on campus position that will give you extra cash while having a blast? Apply to the University of Nebraska- Lincoln Phonathon! We are looking for full-time undergraduate students that are passionate about their school, and possess a positive, friendly attitude and an aptitude for learning. You’ll have the opportunity to work alongside your fellow classmates as you call and network with University of Nebraska- Lincoln alumni, parents, and friends. The purpose of the Phonathon is to raise support from those groups, so you’ll be able to give back to UNL while working in an exciting and fun environment. Shifts are 5:30 to 9:00pm Monday through Thursday, and Sunday shifts are 1:30 to 5:00pm and 5:30 to 9:00pm. Callers are required to work ONE Sunday shift and TWO week day shifts. Additional hours will become available if callers are interested! Salary begins at $8.00 an hour for new callers. During shifts, you’ll have the opportunity to play games, win UNL prizes and gear, and socialize with your friends all while connecting with alumni who are as passionate about UNL as you. The Call Center is located in 1010 Lincoln Mall, Suite 300; so you won’t have to worry about a tough commute! Calling begins Sunday, December 7th (with training shifts the week before) but interested students should reach out now in order to secure a spot at the Phonathon. In addition, if you are a returning caller, you must reapply. To apply, please visit the call center website: http://unl.thecallingcenter.com/. If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail the manager: Nicole.Caputo@ruffalocody.com


Communications Assistant - EAST CAMPUS
UNL Nebraska Forest Service
The Nebraska Forest Service, located on UNL’s East Campus, is looking for a communications assistant to help with a number of writing, editing, publication, development and website management projects. Start Date: ASAP Pay: $10/hour. Duration: Through January 2014. Hours: 10 to 15 hours/week. Requirements: Writing, editing, publication design and website management experience. (Adobe Creative Suite & CMS Drupal or HTML preferred). Preferred qualifications: social media experience. TO APPLY: For more information or to apply, contact Susan Helmink at 402.472.9869.


Campus Representative
SportManias
Generate Sportsmanias Team News downloads of our FREE sports app ( iOS and Android ): total of 30 points per month, 1 app download is 1 point, 1 app review is 3 points ( via URL link provided ) • Support Sportsmanias social media efforts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube • Attend college games wearing SportsManias T’s (post 1 photo on FB, Twitter per event) • Distribute promotional materials on campus (promo cards, tshirts, wristbands, flyers etc.) • Associate with sports-related campus organizations/events: sports clubs, tailgates, college newspaper/magazine • Assist in promoting Sportsmanias contests, grassroots campaigns • Obtain press coverage on college newspaper, radio, TV or social media platforms for a total of 10 bonus points


Web developer & design student assistant
UNL Office of Research and Economic Development
The UNL Office of Research and Economic Development seeks a student web assistant to help with a variety of web- and database-related responsibilities for a robust website. We need a responsible individual with solid communication and organizational skills who can follow directions and complete tasks accurately and on deadline. Most daily work will include tasks such as reviewing and cleaning up web pages, working with clients in the Office of Research and Economic Development to help design, develop and improve the office’s web presence. Responsibilities also may include testing content/functionality for new web pages and managing online registration for office events. If the student assistant shows ability and projects are available, work could extend to helping program new modules to aid research at UNL, design informational graphics for grant proposals, work on print publications and more. The student assistant should have experience building Web pages through design and development. Experience and proficiency with Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver and html are required. Experience with graphic design/illustration using Adobe Illustrator/InDesign preferred. Programming in PHP or jQuery also a plus, but not required. Successful candidate will work a minimum of 10 hours per week between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on a schedule to be determined once hired. Pay is $9/hour. For more information, contact Joel Brehm at (402) 472-3557 or jbrehm2@unl.edu. Please supply: --Class schedule for coming semester and list of times available to work --Short resume with list of qualifications and experience and relevant work examples


Clinkle Campus Ambassador
Axis of Awesome
Axis of Awesome is in pursuit of mobile guru campus ambassadors to help launch Clinkle, a new mobile wallet app. Clinkle allows its users to treat their friends to fun surprises and is revolutionizing mobile payments on college campuses across the country. By joining our team of ready-for-anything campus ambassadors, you’ll become a Clinkle brand expert and connect students to this new way of connecting and paying it forward at your university. Clinkle Campus Ambassador: Clinkle is changing the way that college students are making purchases and we’re on the hunt for influential campus rockstars to get the word out. As a Clinkle campus rep, you’ll host awesome events, utilize your social media prowess to promote the brand and spread brand love. Roles + Responsibilities: As a Clinkle Campus Ambassador, you will: + Demo and promote downloads of the Clinkle app on your campus + Identify opinion leaders and launch on-campus events and activities + Collect photos and videos of activities and events + Keep HQ in the loop with event recaps and weekly reports + Build awareness for the Clinkle brand and campus events on social media Who are we looking for? We are looking for a group of socially connected influencers immersed in campus culture. If you’re a digital whiz with a pulse on what’s trending on your campus, we’d love to hear from you. Let us know why you’d make an awesome Clinkle campus rep by submitting your application at https://axisofawesome.wufoo.com/forms/clinkle-campus-ambassador-application/


Student Worker - CITY CAMPUS
UNL College of Engineering
The Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering is in need of two student workers. Due to the nature of the work, student may not be an Engineering student. Duties include assisting dept. staff & faculty with general administrative responsibilities. Will assist with special projects as assigned. Will also answer the telephone, faxing, filing correspondence, running errands on campus & making copies. Other administrative duties as assigned. Work-study funds preferred but not mandatory. Qualifications: Detail oriented. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Previous office experience preferred. Familiarity of Excel and Microsoft Word desired. Salary/Hours: $8.00 an hour - 5-20 hours per week, depending on availability Duration: through May 31, 2015, may include summer TO APPLY: Email Resume to hkrier2@unl.edu


Technology Evangelist Intern at PubNub
PubNub
PubNub is a globally distributed "data stream" network, a cloud service that developers use to build and scale real-time applications. We connect to over 100 million devices with billions of monthly real-time transactions for financial services, social apps, online auctions, multi-player games, telecom infrastructure, retail apps etc. PubNub also enables many Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for home automation, connected cars, retail, transportation and many others. We are looking for a computer science student who will create online educational tutorials in an on-going basis. You will need to create several examples and demos which guide a student through an online training series. You will create online training courses which contain articles, diagrams and demos that will help students learn the combination of two technologies. You must create a series of training articles which cover writing of software with guided coding examples and written training articles. For each training article you will need to create a Demo, then write an 1800 word training guide including pictures and diagrams to assist in educating the student reader about how to write software. See examples mashup examples here: http://www.pubnub.com/blog/ Each Training Article, within the course series, should provide a meaningful demo which will be used to guide the student through the process of learning how the two technologies combine. Deliver 101 Tutorial Articles Each online tutorial article must contain: Headline Summary of 140 Characters (for tweets) GitHub URL Repository with all content for the online article. Live Functioning Demo App (codepen, jsfiddle, gh-pages) Full MIT Open Source Code on GitHub Repository 1800 word README.md for each article in the Educational Training Course Diagrams and illustrations to assist learning for each educational articles 30 Video Screencast Demonstration of the Project 6 Second Video Demo (For animated GIF) List of Related Web Communities for Syndication of Article Mashup Ideas "Write a 101 Online Training Course for _____ + PubNub (JavaScript)" PhoneGap + PubNub iOS Xcode + PubNub Android Dev Studio + PubNub Salesforce + PubNub Ruby on Rails + PubNub Python Django + PubNub MongoDB + PubNub AngularJS + PubNub Famo.us + PubNub Backbone + PubNub D3 JS + PubNub WebGL + PubNub Dashboards Bootstrap Admin Templates + PubNub MySQL + PubNub iOS + PubNub Android + PubNub LinkedIn + PubNub Zappier + PubNub Replacing Google Channel API with PubNub And many more!!! This is part-time work and we pay for each project completed. We have hired several interns this year for full-time work at PubNub and hope to continue this trend in the future.


Peer Tutor - CITY CAMPUS
UNL Student Support Services
To assist Student Support Services’ students in learning course material and developing study skills so that they may achieve satisfactory performance in a course. Responsibilities: 1. Meet with assigned student tutees on a regular basis. During tutoring sessions, tutors will determine tutorial objectives, prepare learning activities, and help tutees enhance their understanding of concepts and skills required by the course. 2. Complete tutee/tutor evaluations at the end of four-week periods for each tutee. The evaluation includes your assessment of the effectiveness of the tutoring sessions (e.g. tutee’s course grade, attendance, comprehension of material). 3. Submit time sheets weekly to the Tutoring Coordinator documenting session date, and time with tutor’s and tutee’s signatures. 4. Attend tutor training and workshops, mandatory attendance to continue employment. 5. Inform the Tutoring Coordinator of any worrisome academic or personal problems of tutees so that appropriate action or referral can be made. We are seeking tutors for all courses. PAY/HOURS: $7.50/hour for approximately 20 hours/week (this number will vary). TO APPLY: Applications can be found online at http://www.unl.edu/trio/sss/tutors.shtml or in person at 220 Canfield Administration Building. Applications must be printed and turned in to the Student Support Services office.


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: $7.50/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.


Student Worker – Classroom assistant - CITY CAMPUS
UNL College of Engineering
The College of Engineering is currently seeking highly motivated students to be classroom assistants for a freshman level course, Engineering 100: Interpersonal Skills for Engineering Leaders for Spring 2015. We are looking for students who are interested in strengthening their leadership, professional, and teaching skills. Successful applicants will possess a strong academic and student involvement record and have an interest in mentoring and leading freshman engineering students. Applicants need not be an engineering major. Must commit to one semester minimum. General duties include leading small group activities and classroom discussions, assisting with grading and lesson planning, devoting time to mentor freshman students, and other duties as required. Minimum Qualifications: At least sophomore standing with a cumulative GPA above 3.0. Preferred Qualifications: Previous tutoring, mentoring and/or teaching experience preferred. Successfully completed ALEC 102 or ENGR 100 with a grade of A or higher. Salary: $8.00/hr TO APPLY: Submit resume, cover letter, references and a copy of your unofficial transcript to Dr. Carmen Zafft at czafft2@unl.edu.


Space Camp Counselor
U. S. Space & Rocket Center
U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp Counselor - Position Starts January 7, 2015 Accepting applications until January 1, 2015 (Temporary) As a Space Camp Counselor, you will enter a job that immerses you in STEM education with astronauts, rockets, space travel simulators, and individuals who share your passion for exploration. This opportunity will be more than just a few lines on your rsum its a community, a culture, and an out-of-this-world leadership experience! U.S. Space Camp is interested in energetic and extraordinary individuals to guide students and adults through the history of the US space program, the steps to building their own rockets, and the pathway to leading a simulated Space Shuttle mission. Through extensive training, we give you the tools to inspire yourself and others! Beyond the job, we endeavor to provide our staff with a multitude of professional, social and volunteer activities. On your off time, get a group together and attend local concerts, listen to an astronaut talk of their experiences in space, or volunteer cleaning up local hiking trails. The Rocket City has much to offer all year round! Free onsite housing and meals are available to our RA counselors, so with the U.S. Space & Rocket Center as your home base, the entire southeast region is waiting to be explored. If you've just graduated, are interested in taking a semester off (perhaps for an education or history internship), or are just looking for something new and exciting, the US Space & Rocket Center is just up the road in Huntsville, AL. Join the Space Camp team today!


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. Schedules are done on a Monday - Wednesday - Friday or Tuesday - Thursday basis. Substitute hours are available as well. $7.50/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.


Courier Services - CITY & EAST CAMPUSES
UNL Transportation / Courier Services
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/hour TO APPLY: Email resume with available working hours to Ms Shawn Hunt, shunt2@unl.edu .


Student Life Complex Tutors for Fall & SPRING Semesters- 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. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ALL COURSES! Here are just a few of the specific needs we are looking to fill: AECN 141 Intro to Econ of Agri. AGRO 131 Plant Science ASCI 100 Fund Ani Bio BIOC 321 Elements of Bioc ELEC 370 Digital Logic Design GEOG 140 Intro to Human Geog MNGT 437 Supply Chain Risk Management WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER 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. For assistance with Husker Hire Link, contact Career Services, 225 NE Union, 402.472.3145


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.