On-Campus Student Job Opportunities

Listed below are on-campus, student job opportunities. Specific questions about jobs should be directed to the appropriate contact person listed. Departments can use our job submission form to advertise a student job.

To advertise for off-campus employment opportunities, please contact www.williamsburgfamilies.com and post positions for students at http://www.williamsburgfamilies.com/jobs/hire-a-student

Rec Sports has its own job listing page. For additional information regarding campus employment opportunities, please read the Student Happenings emails. 


 
 
 Men's Tennis Team

Position Title: Manager for Men's Tennis Team 

Hiring Department: Athletics M-Tennis 

Contact Person: Peter Daub 

Contact Number: 757-221-3383 

Contact Email: [[pbdaub]]

Duties: Varies. See below skills. 

Skills:

  •  Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  •  Ability to use digital equipment (i.e. camera)
  •  Highly organized
  •  Ability to type quickly and accurately
  •  Ability to lift objects 30-50 lbs. in weight
  •  Ability to perform tasks in an outdoor environment in potentially strenuous weather conditions 

Hours: Appx. 25 hours per week 

Pay Per Hour: $500.00 stipend per semester 

Anticipated Start Date: 9/1/2013 

 


 
 Intramural Sports

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official 

Hiring Department: Campus Recreation 

Contact Person: Joe Tighe 

Contact Number: (757) 221-3314 

Contact Email:  [[rjtigh]]

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/campusrec/index.php

Duties:

Pre-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment setup and administrative functions
  • Assist the Intramural Supervisor in inspecting the game site to ensure safe playing conditions
  • Communicate intramural sport rules with captains and participants

In-Game

  • Ensure player safety and maintain the integrity of the game
  • Enforce game rules and Intramural policies
  • Promote sportsmanship among players
  • Receive feedback from Intramural Supervisors and apply instruction


Post-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment storage and administrative functions
  • Provide positive public relations, program promotion, and policy education to participants
  • Provide a friendly, upbeat and customer service oriented environment at all times 

Skills:

  • Rudimentary knowledge of sport rules and regulations.
  • Effective decision making under stressful situations.
  • Ability to learn and adapt to a variety of changing situations. 

Hours: Officials must be available to work weeknights and weekends. Shifts are self-selected and flexible. 

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with a $0.25 raise for successive years officiating a sport. 

  


 
Athletics – Football

Position Title: Student Assistant/Video Assistant

Hiring Department: Athletics – Football

Contact Person:  Trey Henderson

Contact Information: 757-221-3382

Contact Email: [[hahend]]

Skills:

  • Hardworking student with good communication skills and attention to detail
  • Student needs to be proficient with Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Student should have some football knowledge
  • Student to do general office work using Microsoft Office software
  • Student can work long hours, some weekends and comfortable using video equipment
  • Reliable
  • Can-do Attitude
  • Fast-Learner
  • Thrives on Variety

 Duties:

  • Assist with practice
  • Assist with game breakdown
  • Assist with home game day operations
  • Work with our offensive/defensive staff and video system
  • Learn Playmaker Playbook software
  • Learn DVSport Video Editing Software

Hours: Hours vary weekly

Pay per hour:  7.25 per hour


 
Web Editor

Position Title: Student Web Editor 

Hiring Department: Modern Languages 

Contact Person: Michael Blum 

Contact Number: 221-7550 

Contact Email: [[mxblum]]

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/modlang 

Duties: Website maintenance and web development 

Skills: Candidate should have an excellent knowledge of web-based development tools, including but not limited to:

  • WordPress
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP

A knowledge of the TribeVoices application and Cascade Content Management System preferred but not mandatory. Student must be comfortable working with minimal supervision  

Hours: Flexible 

Pay Per Hour: Minimum Wage 

Anticipated Start Date: Immediately 


 
 Phonathon

Position Title:  Student Caller 

Hiring Department:  Phonathon

Contact Person:  Kaitlin Kunowsky

Contact Number:  757-221-1311

Department Web Address:   http://www.wm.edu/giving/waystogive/annualgifts/studentphonathon/index.php

Duties:  The Phonathon is an integral part of the College community.  Funds raised in this office sponsor financial aid, study abroad and research opportunities, technology updates, and other imperative aspects of college development.  Each caller is entrusted with the responsibility of contacting alumni, parents, and friends of the College and maintaining good relations with every member of this community.  This is one of the only chances for alumni to have personal communication with the College, and so the importance of these conversations is immense.
Every caller is REQUIRED to work three shifts a week. Each shift is 3 hours long. This is not a difficult time requirement, but it is an important one, and absolutely mandatory. 
A caller's main duty involves contacting alumni, parents of students, and friends of the College in order to update biographical information and solicit contributions to various funds. 

Skills

  • Good callers have fantastic interpersonal skills
  • Ability to have easy conversations on the phone
  • Persistence and persuasive skills to acquire funds for the College.

Hours:  9 hours per week

Pay per hour:  $7.75


 
Conference Services

Job Title: Conference Assistant Supervisor

General Job Summary: Responsible for supervising daily Conference Services operations. Works closely with contracted housekeeping staff, contracted linen provider, and other service providers to ensure timely preparations for conference guests. Creates and updates the group goal sheets, coordinating various deadlines and schedules to effectively organize operations. Supervises Conference Assistants, performs tasks given by the administrative staff, and reports to the Conference Coordinator for Operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervise the work of Conference Assistants, ensuring a professional and friendly environment for conference guests.
  • Provide feedback and on-going training to Conference Assistants. Prepare and conduct mid-summer and final evaluations for Conference Assistants by established due date. Address performance issues with administrative staff.
  • Develop daily group goal sheets and confirm that Conference Assistants are on target to complete tasks in required timeframe. Coordinate the goal sheets with larger office schedule, including housekeeping, service providers, check-in and outs, and deadlines. Assist in completing tasks, as needed.
  • Create and maintain weekly and daily goal sheets for housekeeping staff. Review housekeeping work to ensure completion and adequacy of work. Make adjustments to the goal sheets when needed. Work with housekeeping supervisor to address cleanliness concerns and in ordering necessary supplies and equipment. Perform light housekeeping as needed to ensure a quality experience for all guests.
  • Complete final inspection (triple check) before group arrival and address any concerns. May need to perform light housekeeping or simple maintenance as needed during triple checks to provide a quality experience for all guests.
  • Responsible for group data entry and re-assignments of the rooming list for groups, keeping a record of the changes made to the rooming list. Assist in making changes to the key packets to reflect the rooming list changes.
  • Maintain inventory of guest amenities, Conference Services equipment and supplies. Supervise final inventories completed by Conference Assistants and maintain records of changes or damages to supplies during summer. Complete initial and closing inventory.
  • Track lost/found items collected by Conference Assistants and contact group leaders to schedule pick up-drop off. Schedule donations for items which have not been picked up.
  • Submit weekly linen order to contractor after reviewing weekly audit of linens (received and returned). Assist the director in reconciling orders and returns to ensure sufficient inventory of linen is available for conference guests.
  • Work with administrative staff to prepare building opening and closing schedules. Monitor approved schedules to ensure deadlines are met in opening and closing of all buildings used by conference services. Complete final inspection for all building openings and assure timely preparation for groups. Coordinate closing and return of buildings to Residence Life, ensuring buildings are inspected, concerns remedied, and inspections scheduled by deadline. Work with representative from Residence Life to inspect buildings and obtain clearance for building closings.
  •  Confirm that data entry performed by Conference Assistants is accurate, to include uploaded initial rooming lists, check-in and check-out data, and billing information. Address any errors or discrepancies with responsible Conference Assistant or Conference Coordinator.
  • Review tote and prepared key packets prior to group arrival. Place room keys in key packets and account for any final changes prior to group arrival.
  • Review check-in and check-out totes for completion, making sure they include registration lists, parking passes, signs, and labels. Review and correct any errors in key packets created by Conference Assistants. Staff check-in and check-out as needed.
  • Review damage reports submitted by Conference Assistants after departure and determine if a work order needs to be submitted. Add the appropriate charges to the group master bill.
  • Rotate with other staff to cover the Info Desk (Monday-Sunday). Tasks include, but are not limited to, answering phones and guest questions, radioing staff to handle guest concerns, and delivering messages to the appropriate departments and staff.
  • Provide support and backup for Conference Assistants in their duty night rotation shifts. Rotate with other summer staff (Monday-Sunday) between 5:00pm and 8:00am.
  • Provide support and backup for Conference Assistants in their duty night by rotating to be on-call. Rotate with the Office Assistants (Monday-Sunday) between 5:00pm and 8:00am.
  • Perform other duties as requested by administrative staff. Ensure that all communication within the office about tasks and goals is accurate. May assist conference coordinators in monitoring tasks and services associated with groups.
  • Attend weekly training sessions during the spring semester. Attend scheduled summer meetings. Participate in and conduct portions of the summer staff training. Read the blog and keep up-to-date on occurrences.
  • Represent the College in a professional and positive manner to conference guests and provide quality customer service. Respond to emergencies in a calm and professional manner. Address critical issues with the assistant director and/or director.

Qualifications:

  •      Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience as a member of Conference Services staff.
  •  Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls, and the Williamsburg area.
  •  Supervisory experience preferred. Motivational and leadership skills including excellent communication skills are necessary.
  •  Must have valid driver’s license or ability to obtain one.
  •  Strong organizational, time management, scheduling, and customer service skills required. Must be able to adapt to change quickly.
  •  Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups.
  •  Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Ability to maintain data with high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines.
  •  Past event planning experience preferred.
  •  Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  •  Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required. Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Employment Requirement: Candidate must agree that the Conference Services position will be their primary employment during the summer contract period. Enrollment in summer session classes or research assignments is not permitted. Any secondary employment must be approved, in writing, by the director of Conference Services.

Compensation: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period. Additional compensation for time worked during spring. Summer bonus plan available.

Benefits: Candidate will gain professional work experience, which can be applied to all future employment. They will learn to work with diverse staff and conference groups; proper office etiquette and procedures; to develop and maintain professional relationships with service providers and group leaders; to gain supervisory and leadership skills; to develop strong customer relations; and to gain extensive database experience.


 
Conference Services


Job Title: Office Assistant

General Job Summary: Responsible for daily Conference Services office duties including organizing and maintaining files, communicating with various departments and managing fiscal operations. Performs tasks given by the administrative staff, and reports to the Conference Coordinator for Administration.

 Responsibilities:

  • Answer the main line and address questions or concerns by clients, guests, or staff. Direct calls to the appropriate staff member or department. Provide customer support on-site at the Information Desk or at the office.
  • Process credit card payments for registrations or group invoices according to College policies. Keep a record of these transactions and send corresponding confirmations.
  • Prepare, organize and track invoices according to College policies from various service providers. Provide Director with completed invoices for approval.
  • Clock in/out housekeeping staff for the start and end of their shifts, daily. File each housekeeping staff’s timecard and summarize their hours at the end of the week.
  • Sort the daily mail, filing or delivering to corresponding staff members and updating the package log.
  • Submit work orders to Facilities Management to ensure timely preparation for group arrivals and remedy of maintenance issues during group stay. Monitor completion of  work requested and follow-up as needed. Maintain log of work orders submitted, tracking work order numbers, and provide periodic and final reports to the director for billing purposes.
  • Prepare and send daily reports to Facilities Management and Police Department, in order to update them daily on group schedules and building usage.
  • Maintain group master files. Complete filing on daily basis. Duplicate and distribute documents so originals are in the master file, copies for billing purposes are forwarded to Director, and other copies are distributed as required to assure a timely flow of information. After group departure, review master file to ensure documents are filed in proper order; prepare final housing reports and while review for accuracy, summarize bed nights; prepare initial invoice; deliver up-to-date file with initial invoice to Director.
  • Create the weekly staff newsletter, Conference Conundrum. Update repeat content and create templates.
  • Perform data entry to include billing information, damages and other charges. Review on a frequent basis to ensure accuracy.
  • Provide support and backup for Conference Assistants in their duty night rotation shifts. Rotate with other summer staff (Monday-Sunday) between 5:00pm and 8:00am.
  • Update In/Out Board and keep track of staff member’s schedules- in the office, out of the office, taking a break, etc.
  • Perform other duties as requested by administrative staff. Tasks include, but are not limited to, submitting audio-visual quotes and requests, contacting service providers to unlock rooms and scheduling security presentations. May be asked to work check in/outs, and give security presentation at check-in meeting.
  • Attend weekly training sessions during the spring semester. Attend scheduled summer meetings. Participate in and conduct portions of the summer staff training. Read blog and keep up-to-date on occurrences.
  • Represent the College in a professional and positive manner to conference guests and provide quality customer service. Respond to emergencies in a calm and professional manner. Address critical issues with the administrative staff.

Qualifications:

  •  Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience as a member of Conference Services staff.
  •  Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls, and the Williamsburg area.
  •  Must have valid driver’s license or ability to obtain one.
  •  Strong organizational, time management, scheduling, and customer service skills required. Must be able to adapt to change quickly.
  •  Knowledge or strong skills in project management and completion.
  •  Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups.
  •  Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Ability to maintain data with high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines.
  •  Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  •  Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required. Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Employment Requirement: Candidate must agree that the Conference Services position will be their primary employment during the summer contract period. Enrollment in summer session classes or research assignments is not permitted. Any secondary employment must be approved, in writing, by the director of Conference Services.

 Compensation: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period. Additional compensation for time worked during spring. Summer bonus plan available.

 Benefits: Candidate will gain professional work experience, which can be applied to all future employment. They will learn to work with diverse staff and conference groups; proper office etiquette and procedures; to develop and maintain professional relationships with service providers and group leaders; to gain supervisory and leadership skills; to develop strong customer relations; and to gain extensive database experience.


 
Conference Services

Job Title: Conference Assistant

General Job Summary: Responsible for completing tasks associated with daily operations of Conference Services, which includes preparation for arrival of conference groups, servicing the needs of conference guests during their stay, rotating duty night coverage, and other general responsibilities associated with conference operations. Report to the Conference Assistant Supervisor.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform all individual and group duties associated with opening and closing of summer conference offices and residence halls for the conference season. Tasks include, but are not limited to, moving supplies and A/C window units, setting up conference offices, completing supply inventories, and preparing signage.
  • Responsible for quality assurance of assigned residence halls used by conference groups.
  • Compile and maintain folder for assigned residence hall, which will include floor layout, offline rooms, locations of trashcans, recycling bins, signs, rooming lists, etc. Responsible for pre-occupancy walk through at start of summer. Maintain a work order log with all damages and work orders.
  • Work with other staff to prepare for and service various conference groups. Tasks include but are not limited to the following:
    • Prepare the residence halls (deliver and remove linens and amenities, make beds, bunk and debunk beds) and perform double check inspections to assure cleanliness and readiness of facilities.
    • Remove trash and perform light housekeeping and simple maintenance as needed during double checks to provide a quality experience for all guests.
    • Prepare for group check-in and check-out by posting and removing signage, moving tables and chairs, and setting up materials. Conduct group check-in and check-out.
    • Prepare key packets and tote for group check-in, making sure to be accurate. Reconcile keys after check-out and report any lost or damaged keys to Conference Coordinator. Perform data entry to accurately record damages or changes. Maintain a spreadsheet of lost and damaged keys for assigned residence hall. Update lost key form in group master file.
    • Assist with safety and security announcements during check-in camp meeting.
    • Provide ongoing service to groups during their stay (linen exchange, package/mail delivery, distribute box lunches, address maintenance concerns, etc.). Assist in table delivery/arrangement in buildings and outdoor areas to prepare for group functions.
    • Perform checks to ensure that meeting rooms have been set according to plan for groups, that buildings and classrooms have been opened, and that reserved buses are on schedule.
    • Provide customer service to guests by answering questions, explaining directions, and troubleshooting maintenance and/or IT concerns, etc.
  • Perform damage checks in assigned halls after group departure to assess any damages to facilities or College property. Complete damage check log to ensure that work orders are placed to correct damages. Collect items left by group, tag as lost/found, and deposit items at Conference Services lost and found location. Accompany group leaders on a pre/post event walk-through of residence halls to record condition of hall.
  • Assist with office work and in staffing the Info Desk as needed. Tasks include, but are not limited to: answering phones, assisting conference guests, preparing conference materials, faxing reports and forms, running office errands.
  • Complete all tasks noted on the group goal sheet in order of importance before leaving work. Notify the Conference Assistant Supervisor if any issues arise in regards to completing all assigned tasks for that day.
  • Complete nightly rounds to check for propped doors and other security or safety concerns. Alert guests to the established fire alarm procedures. Alert administrative staff of any safety or security concerns. Notify Campus Police as required.
  • Rotate on-call schedule (10pm – 8am) with other Conference Assistants to address after-hours lockouts, guest check-ins, and emergencies.
  • Assist in maintaining inventory of supplies and materials (linens, amenities, maps, etc.) required for conference guests. Conduct weekly inventory of linens and complete final inventory of materials at end of conference season.
  • Attend training and regularly scheduled meetings during the summer. Read the blog and keep up-to-date on occurrences.
  • Perform other duties as requested by supervisor or administrative staff.
  • Represent the College in a professional and positive manner to conference guests and provide quality customer service. Respond to emergency situations in a calm and professional manner. Address critical issues with the administrative staff.

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls and classroom/meeting facilities, as well as the Williamsburg area.
  • Problem solving and task oriented- organization.
  • Exceptional customer service skills required.
  • Must have valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain one.
  • Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups and adapt to change quickly.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  • Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required. Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Employment Requirement: Candidate must agree that the Conference Services position will be their primary employment during the summer contract period. Enrollment in summer session classes or research assignments is not permitted. Any secondary employment must be approved, in writing, by the Director of Conference Services.

Compensation: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period. Summer bonus plan available.

Benefits: Candidate will gain professional work experience which can be applied to future employment. 

 

 
Campus Recreation

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official

Contact Person: Ilana Obuchowski

Contact Number: 757-221-3419

Contact Email: irobuchowski@email.wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/campusrec/imsports/officials/index.php

Duties:

Pre-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment setup and administrative functions
  • Assist the Intramural Supervisor in inspecting the game site to ensure safe playing conditions
  • Communicate intramural sport rules with captains and participants

In-Game

  • Ensure player safety and maintain the integrity of the game
  • Enforce game rules and Intramural policies
  • Promote sportsmanship among players
  • Receive feedback from Intramural Supervisors and apply instruction

Post-Game

  • Assist with field and playing equipment storage and administrative functions
  • Provide positive public relations, program promotion, and policy education to participants
  • Provide a friendly, upbeat and customer service oriented environment at all times

Skills:

  • Must be a full-time student at William & Mary and may be subject to a criminal background check
  • Individual should be enthusiastic, dependable and detail oriented
  • Prior experience with football a plus, but is not necessary
  • This position is open to both men and women
  • Student should also be in good academic standing

Hours: Evenings and Sundays

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with a $0.25 raise for successive years officiating a sport.

Anticipated Start Date: We hire 5 times throughout the school year: early September, mid-October, late January, late February, and mid-March


 
Athletics – Equipment

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Email: sjvernarsky@wm.edu

Duties:

This position is responsible for general day to day operations in the Football equipment room, mainly pertaining to practice field setup and break down, running practice segments, keeping practice equipment inventory, aiding with practice laundry, as well as game day operations. As the student progresses, they will obtain more responsibility, as determined by the Head Equipment Manager.

Possible Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Football Team
  • Gameday operations
  • Set-up and breakdown of locker rooms
  • Set up and breakdown of practice equipment
  • Set-up drills for coaches
  • Travel with team to away games
  • Assist coaches during practices

Skills:

  • Highly organized
  • Ability to lift objects 30-50 lbs. in weight
  • Ability to perform tasks in an outdoor environment in potentially strenuous weather conditions
  • Student should have some football knowledge
  • Student can work long hours, some weekends

Hours: Hours vary weekly

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: 08/27/2014


 
Africana Studies

Position Title: Student Program Assistant

Contact Person: Kristen Sperling

Contact Number: 757-221-2457

Contact Email: ksperling@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/as/africanastudies/

Duties:

  • Compose magazine and journal articles for the program journal KUUMBA.
  • Assist in program events promotion.
  • Assist in clerical duties.

Skills:

  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively.
  • Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher.
  • Proficiency in writing and editing articles.

Hours: 20 hours/week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: Immediately


 
 
Virginia Sea Grant Project and Office Aide

Hiring Department: Virginia Sea Grant. Virginia Sea Grant provides the science to help fisheries managers, communities, and others make smart decisions regarding Virginia's coasts and oceans. Learn more about us at http://vaseagrant.vims.edu

Contact Person: Sabine Rogers

Contact Number: 804-684-7335

Conact Email: sarogers@vims.edu

Duties: Virginia Sea Grant Project and Office Aide works closely with Virginia Sea Grant Director and staff and will be responsible for day-to-day office tasks, including mailings, processing travel documents, supporting events and projects, making travel arrangements, and managing documents and databases. The Aide will gain experience in operations in a small business environment and may have the opportunity to gain experience in project management and other resume-worthy responsibilities.

The Aide would be expected to travel to VIMS while working with Virginia Sea Grant. VIMS (Virginia Institute of Marine Science) is the Graduate School of Marine Science for the College of William & Mary located in Gloucester Point, VA, approximately 20-25 minutes from Williamsburg campus.

Skills:

  • Reliable
  • Can-do attitude
  • Fast-learner
  • Thrives on variety
  • Access to car
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

Hours: 10-20 per week

Pay per Hour: $7.25

To Apply: Email your resume and a brief note describing your interest in the position to Sabine Rogers: sarogers@vims.edu

Start Date: Available immediately.

FEDERAL WORK STUDY ENCOURAGED


 
Confucius Institute

Position Title: Communications Intern

Contact Person: Ying Liu

Contact Number: 757-221-1350

Contact Email: yliu12@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/sites/confuciusinstitute/

Duties:

  • Draft and edit the content of WMCI website
  • Write news reports of WMCI events and activities
  • Participate in the design and editorial process of the WMCI annual newsletter
  • Edit and proofread assorted fliers and other WMCI publications as necessary

Skills:

  • Excellent writing skills
  • Excellent editing skills with attention to details and quality
  • Creative and self-motivated; can work independently and within a team
  • English major preferred

Hours: 10-20/week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: Open until filled

Please send your resume and writing sample to Ying Liu at yliu12@wm.edu 


 
Center for Gifted Education

Position Title: Translator

Contact Person: Kathleen Nichols

Contact Number: 757-221-6198

Contact Email: knichols@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://education.wm.edu/centers/cfge/

Duties:

  • Work with individuals and small groups
  • Provide assistance when required
  • Assist with translation of course materials for students as needed

Skills:

  • Fluent in both Korean and English
  • Available to work full time daily during for the duration of the program. Schedule flexibility is needed.
  • Consistent, prompt presence/performance
  • Ability to work with teachers and students
  • Dependable

Hours: Full time during the time period January 5-11, 2015

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: January 5, 2015 


 
Cohen Career Center

Position Title: Events Assistant

Contact Person: Cristen McQuillan

Contact Number: 757-221-3232

Contact Email: clmcquillan@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/career

Duties: Many employers come to campus to conduct events ranging from Information Sessions, PreNight Receptions, coffee chats, career fairs and tailgates. The event assistant will assist in the coordination of logistics for all employer events throughout campus, working with employers to ensure a successful and well-attended seminar. This will include communicating with employers, arranging audiovisual equipment, taking student attendance, and anything else they may need during their visit. The student in this position is the first contact the employers have when they visit our campus; it is important that the student has excellent interpersonal skills, be dependable and able to work without supervision.

The event assistant is representing the Career Center and William & Mary as a whole and needs to be professional and courteous. These events range in time throughout the day but are mostly after 5pm. Students who apply for this position must be able to work with the team to cover all events Monday through Fridays, and several weekends throughout the year, depending on recruiting schedule. This position provides an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with the employers who visit our campus; many of our former event assistants have found employment with these employers! Please apply through Tribe Careers with your resume, cover letter and Student Employment Application.

Skills:

  • Customer Service Skills
  • Ability to lift and move furniture
  • Flexible Hours

Hours: Flexible

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: February 1, 2014


Reves Center for International Studies

Position Title: Academic Director, Keio University / W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Contact Person: Sarah Mullen

Contact Number: 757-221-2003

Contact Email: semullen@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/

Duties:

The Academic Director is responsible for overseeing the Keio/W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration program both academically and logistically, ensuring the quality and continued development of this established and successful program. Beginning with the Spring 2015 semester, the Academic Director’s main duties will include: assisting in the selection of Classroom Instructors (CIs), who lead classroom discussions, review work produced in the classroom, and participate in afternoon and evening activities; and recruiting, interviewing, and selecting Peer Assistants (PAs), who work individually with the small teams of Japanese students to assist them with their projects and daily activities. The Academic Director will plan and hold an orientation session for PAs and CIs, and produce a tentative schedule for guest speakers, activities, and excursions. This work will be assisted by staff from the Global Education Office at the Reves Center.

The Academic Director is in charge of the general welfare of the Keio students, overall supervision of professional and student staff, the coordination of all academic, social and cultural programming for Keio students, and for the financial administration of the program.

In addition, the Academic Director will:

Staffing & Supervision:

  • Visit American Studies and/or Japanese language courses to recruit PAs according to schedule set by Asst. Director
  • Interview and select PAs with Asst. Director
  • Participate in interviews of CI candidates; assist in the selection of CIs
  • Contact American Studies faculty and doctoral students about lecture topics and schedule
  • Coordinate planning with Asst. Director for curricular and extra-curricular activities
  • Plan and implement a half-day training session for PAs before the end of Spring semester
  • Assist CIs and PAs
  • Be on-call 24/7 once the program begins (in coordination with Asst. Director) and manage the day-to-day operations of the program
  • Consult with prior Keio Directors or faculty, if necessary
  • Consult with Global Education Office staff or the GEO Director as needed
  • NOTE: In case of emergency, Reves staff are available 24/7

Logistics:

  • Coordinate with Conference Services about classrooms, equipment, etc.
  • Determine room assignments and coordinate with Conference Services and Woodlands Hotel
  • Coordinate with DC office to make hotel arrangements
  • Plan academic program during DC stay
  • Maintain regular contact about logistical matters with the Reves Keio Program Coordinator
  • Create master program schedule

Program Development:

  • Revise and update handbooks for Program staff
  • Revise and update program handbook to be sent to Keio
  • Revise handouts, generate name tags, roommate lists etc.
  • Meet with Reves staff after completion of the program to debrief and evaluate

Financial Administration:

  • Plan petty cash transactions with Reves Keio Program Coordinator
  • Maintain petty cash in Keio SunTrust account
  • Submit final petty cash report with receipts at the end of the program

Skills:

Current W&M Arts & Sciences graduate student (must be returning in Fall 2015). Previous experience with the Keio program. Successful candidates should possess demonstrable leadership skills, strong organizational abilities, commitment to supporting the needs of students, staff, and faculty, and a strong interest in cross-cultural and/or international education.

Please contact Sarah Mullen (semullen@wm.edu) with any questions about this position.

Compensation: $5,500 total + room and partial board during program.

Anticipated Start Date: 02/09/2015


Reves Center for International Studies

Position Title: Assistant Director, Keio University / W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Contact Person: Sarah Mullen

Contact Number: 757-221-2003

Contact Email: semullen@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/

Duties:

The Assistant Director supports the Academic Director in planning and implementing both academic and logistical aspects of the Keio/W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. Beginning in the Spring 2015 semester, the duties include assisting in the selection of Classroom Instructors (CIs), who lead classroom discussions, review work produced in the classroom, and participate in afternoon and evening activities; and the recruiting, interviewing, and selecting Peer Assistants (PAs), who work individually with the small teams of Japanese students to assist them with their projects and daily activities. The Assistant Director, in conjunction with the Academic Director, helps to plan and hold an orientation session for PAs and CIs, and assists in deciding the tentative schedule. Global Education Office staff members at the Reves Center also assist in planning and implementing these activities.

In addition, the Assistant Director will:

Staffing:

  • Plan advertising of PA positions and organize class visits to American Studies and Japanese language courses
  • Participate in interviews of CI candidates; assist in selection of CIs
  • Participate in interviews of PA candidates; assist in selection of PAs
  • Assist Director with the orientation process for PAs and CIs
  • Assist Director in planning DC panel discussion
  • Assist Director in finalizing program schedule
  • Provide backup support for Director for troubleshooting purposes

Logistics:

  • Set up student email accounts through W&M
  • Organize online blog journal
  • Coordinate with Student Activities to pick up vans, etc.
  • Arrange van driving course for CIs
  • Confirm airport pick-up with Oleta; organize transportation in D.C. to Dulles
  • Coordinate on-campus meals with Aramark
  • Contact caterers, schedule meals, get proof of liability insurance and official invoice for outside vendors
  • Coordinate with Director about method of payment for caterers and other off-campus vendors, i.e. petty cash or W&M check
  • Make meal arrangements/consult DC office about catering
  • Contact religious organizations in advance and update information and directions if necessary for Sunday excursion
  • Confirm extracurricular activities
  • Coordinate with Reves or Rec Center to borrow sports equipment if desired
  • Design and order T-shirts and water bottles, and pick up prior to program beginning
  • Assist with the day-to-day operations of the program

Program Development:

  • Meet with Reves staff after completion of the program to debrief and evaluate

Skills:

Current W&M Arts & Sciences graduate student (must be returning in Fall 2015). Previous experience in the Keio program. Successful candidate will possess strong team-building and communication skills, interest in cross-cultural and/or international education.

Compensation: $4,000 total + room and partial board during program.

Anticipated Start Date: Applications due 01/28/2015. Interviews will be held week of 02/02/2015. Anticipated start date 02/09/2015.


Conference Services

Position Title: Conference Assistant Supervisor - 2015

Contact Person: Mariellynn Maurer

Contact Number: 757-221-1477

Contact Email: mdmaurer@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/conferenceservices

General Job Summary: Responsible for supervising daily Conference Services operations. Works closely with contracted housekeeping staff, contracted linen provider, and other service providers to ensure timely preparations for conference guests. Creates and updates the group goal sheets, coordinating various deadlines and schedules to effectively organize operations. Supervises Conference Assistants and Guest Services Assistants, performs tasks given by the administrative staff, and reports to the Conference and Events Manager.

Responsibilities: Supervise the work of Conference Assistants and Guest Services Assistants, ensuring a professional and friendly environment for conference guests. Prepare and conduct mid-summer and final evaluations for Conference Assistants and Guest Services Assistants by established due date. Address performance issues with administrative staff. Develop daily group goal sheets and confirm that Conference Assistants and Guest Services Assistants are on target to complete tasks in required timeframe. Coordinate the goal sheets with larger office schedule, including housekeeping, service providers, check-in and outs, and deadlines. Assist in completing tasks, as needed.

Review housekeeping work to ensure completion and adequacy of work. Work with housekeeping supervisor to address cleanliness concerns and in ordering necessary supplies and equipment. Perform light housekeeping as needed to ensure a quality experience for all guests.

Complete final inspection (double check) before group arrival and address any concerns. May need to perform light housekeeping or simple maintenance as needed during double checks to provide a quality experience for all guests.

Responsible for group data entry and re-assignments of the rooming list for groups, keeping a record of the changes made to the rooming list. Assist in making changes to the key packets to reflect the rooming list changes.

For full list of duties related to job, please visit the Conference Services website.

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls, and the Williamsburg area.
  • Supervisory experience preferred. Motivational and leadership skills including excellent communication skills are necessary.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
  • Strong organizational, time management, scheduling, and customer service skills required. Must be able to adapt to change quickly.
  • Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups.
  • Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Ability to maintain data with high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines.
  • Past event planning experience preferred.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  • Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required.

Hours: Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period. Additional compensation for time worked during spring.

Anticipated Start Date: Spring training and work beginning March 16, 2015; Summer contract work beginning May 18, 2015


Conference Services

Position Title: Conference Coordinator - 2015

Contact Person: Mariellynn Maurer

Contact Number: 757-221-1477

Contact Email: mdmaurer@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/conferenceservices

General Job Summary: Responsible for planning, coordination, and reporting for assigned conferences and camps. Schedules space and services required by group. Works closely and cooperatively with staff and campus service providers to coordinate logistical details. Continuously monitors tasks and services to ensure timeliness and accuracy in preparing for and servicing guests. Maintains master files to reflect accurate information for assigned groups, and reviews the final invoice for accuracy.

Performs tasks given by the administrative staff, and reports to the Director of Conference Services.

Obtain detailed information from the group leader regarding the facility, set up, AV, catering, dining hall needs, and logistical needs for check in and out and any special requests and circumstances. Work with service providers around campus to communicate the needs and to ensure the requested services are provided. Submit AV requests, set up diagrams, catering orders.

Oversee the daily operations during all phases of the conference, includes but not limited to check ins/outs, key collection and replacement. Must be present for the entire check in and out. If there is a conflict between two groups checking in or out at the same time the Coordinator will work with the Administrative staff to determine the amounts of time to be spent at each check in/out.

The Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of service provided to conference/ camp guests. Communicate with group leaders to ensure assigned deadlines are met and the group leader is familiar with all pertinent policies and procedures.

Maintain and updates Conference Planner database and updates the Conference Assistant Supervisors of any needs. Meet with group leader prior to check in and goes over the details of the event. Must ensure proper room set and catering arrangements prior to any catered event. Maintain daily contact with group leaders to check on any possible needs or problems.

For a full list of duties related to this position, please visit the Conference Services website.

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls, and the Williamsburg area.
  • Supervisory experience preferred. Motivational and leadership skills including excellent communication skills are necessary.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
  • Strong organizational, time management, scheduling, and customer service skills required. Must be able to adapt to change quickly.
  • Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups.
  • Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Ability to maintain data with high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines.
  • Past event planning experience preferred.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  • Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required.

Hours: Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period. Additional compensation for time worked during spring.

Anticipated Start Date: Spring training and work beginning March 16, 2015; Summer contract beginning May 18, 2015


Conference Services

Position Title: Conference Assistant - 2015

Contact Person: Mariellynn Maurer

Contact Number: 757-221-1477

Contact Email: mdmaurer@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/conferenceservices

General Job Summary: Responsible for completing tasks associated with daily operations of Conference Services, which includes preparation for arrival of conference groups, servicing the needs of conference guests during their stay, rotating duty night coverage, and other general responsibilities associated with conference operations. Report to the Conference Assistant Supervisor.

Responsibilities:

Perform all individual and group duties associated with opening and closing of summer conference offices and residence halls for the conference season. Tasks include, but are not limited to, moving supplies and A/C window units, setting up conference offices, completing supply inventories, and preparing signage.

Responsible for quality assurance of assigned residence halls used by conference groups.

Compile and maintain folder for assigned residence hall, which will include floor layout, offline rooms, locations of trashcans, recycling bins, signs, rooming lists, etc. Responsible for pre-occupancy walk through at start of summer. Maintain a work order log with all damages and work orders.

Work with other staff to prepare for and service various conference groups. Complete nightly rounds to check for propped doors and other security or safety concerns. Alert guests to the established fire alarm procedures. Alert administrative staff of any safety or security concerns. Notify Campus Police as required. Rotate on-call schedule (10pm – 8am) with other Conference Assistants to address after-hours lockouts, guest check-ins, and emergencies.

For a full list of duties associated with this position in more detail, please visit the Conference Services website.

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls and classroom/meeting facilities, as well as the Williamsburg area.
  • Problem solving and task oriented- organization.
  • Exceptional customer service skills required.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
  • Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups and adapt to change quickly.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  • Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required.

Hours: Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period.

Anticipated Start Date: May 18, 2015


Conference Services

Position Title: Guest Services Assistant - 2015

Contact Person: Mariellynn Maurer

Contact Number: 757-221-1477

Contact Email: mdmaurer@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/conferenceservices

General Job Summary: Responsible for daily Conference Services office duties and guest services including answering the main office line, assisting guests, communicating with staff and various departments. Performs tasks given by the administrative staff, and reports to the Conference Assistant Supervisors.

Responsibilities:

Answer the main line and address questions or concerns by clients, guests, or staff. Direct calls to the appropriate staff member or department. Provide customer support on-site at the Information Desk or at the office.

Maintain work order follow up file. Monitor completion of work requested and follow-up as needed. Maintain log of work orders submitted, tracking work order numbers, and provide periodic and final reports to the director for billing purposes.

Prepare and send daily reports to Facilities Management and Police Department, in order to update them daily on group schedules and building usage.

Create the weekly staff newsletter, Conference Conundrum. Update repeat content and create templates.

Perform data entry to include billing information, damages and other charges, prepare no show reports, update opening, closing and ongoing damages for residence halls. Review on a frequent basis to ensure accuracy.

Perform other duties as requested by administrative staff. Tasks include, but are not limited to, creating labels, sorting key cards, posting signs, following up on work order status, contacting service providers to unlock rooms and scheduling security presentations. May be asked to work check in/outs, and give security presentation at check-in meeting.

Represent the College in a professional and positive manner to conference guests and provide quality customer service. Respond to emergencies in a calm and professional manner. Address critical issues with the administrative staff.

Qualifications:

  • Candidate must have excellent knowledge of William and Mary facilities, in particular the residence halls, and the Williamsburg area.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
  • Strong organizational, time management, scheduling, and customer service skills required. Must be able to adapt to change quickly.
  • Knowledge or strong skills in project management and completion.
  • Possess the following characteristics – dependable, punctual, detail oriented, courteous, motivated, patient, and able to work with diverse groups.
  • Basic computer abilities with working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Ability to maintain data with high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively in a team setting.
  • Ability to perform physical labor (lifting moderate weight of 25 – 75 lbs.) and work outdoors required.

Hours: Must be able to work irregular work schedules, to include nights and weekends.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation package includes competitive salary, as well as room and board plan for summer contract period.

Anticipated Start Date: May 18, 2015


Creative Services

Position Title: Web Programmer

Contact Person: Tina Coleman

Contact Email: tina.coleman@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/creative/

Duties: Assist the Creative Services technical team with the development and maintenance of web applications.

Skills:

  • Expert in HTML/CSS
  • Knowledge of PHP, MVC programming/frameworks, MySQL, Git, jQuery and responsive design preferred
  • Must be comfortable working with minimal supervision
  • Job requires transportation to New Town (Williamsburg buses and trolley are options)
  • Federal Work-Study eligible students only

Hours: Flexible schedule (approx. 10-15 hours per week) mostly during typical business hours of 8AM – 5PM. The nature of some tasks may require occasional work outside normal business hours.

Pay Per Hour: $9.00

Anticipated Start Date: Open until filled


Information Technology

Position Title: Undergraduate Research Assistant for High Performance Computing

Contact Person: Tom Crockett

Contact Number: 757-221-2762

Contact Email: twcroc@wm.edu   

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.hpc.wm.edu/HPC/Home

Duties:

The High Performance Computing Group in the Office of Information Technology is looking for a talented, self-motivated freshman or sophomore with exceptional computing skills to assist in the operation and maintenance of the College’s research computing systems. Duties are varied and somewhat open-ended, depending on the the interests and skills of the applicant, but would typically include: troubleshooting and repairing computers, assembling and disassembling systems, building and installing application software packages and support tools, developing system management and monitoring utilities, and benchmarking system performance. There is also the potential for work-related independent research under the joint direction of W&M faculty and IT/HPC staff.

This position will be open until filled, with a preferred starting date in February or March 2015. To apply, please send a current C.V. and cover letter via email to it-hpc@hpc.wm.edu, including a detailed description of relevant coursework and experience, and two references.

Skills:

Applicants should have excellent programming skills and a working knowledge of Java, C, or C++. Prior experience with assembling/maintaining computer hardware is desirable, as is exposure to Linux or Unix operating systems and csh or bash shell scripting. Familiarity with data structures and principles of computer architecture and computer networking is helpful. Working hours are flexible, with up to 20 hours/week during the school year and the possibilty of full-time employment during the summers. Due to the long learning curve involved, applicants should expect to commit to the position for the duration of their undergraduate career.

Hours: Flexible within the range of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays

Pay Per Hour: $8.00/hr starting rate

Anticipated Start Date: February/March 2015


Athletics – Academic Support Services

Position Title: Tutor (CURRENTLY ONLY HIRING FOR MATH 106 AND KINESIOLOGY MAJORS)

Contact Person: Evanne Raible

Contact Number: 757-221-3226

Contact Email: ecraible@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.tribeathletics.com

Duties: Provide individual and small group tutoring to student-athletes during Study Hall. Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing class material, discussing the text, predicting test questions, formulating ideas for papers, or working on solutions to problems. Tutoring is a supplement to classroom teaching. Tutors are not expected to know everything about the subject for which they tutor.

Skills:

  • An A in the course(s) to be tutored and instructor recommendation
  • Responsible, dependable, honest, and mature
  • Friendly, patient, and sensitive to diversity of students
  • Punctual for all scheduled tutoring sessions


Preferred Qualifications, in order of importance:

  • Previous tutoring or teaching experience is preferred but not required
  • Once hired, tutors must complete a tutor training session


Hours: Approximately 2-4 hours per week with opportunity for additional hours based on student-athlete demand and tutor availability

Pay Per Hour: Pay starts at $8.15/hour

Anticipated Start Date: Open until filled


Reves Center for International Studies

Position Title: Classroom Instructor (4 Positions), Keio University / W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Contact Person: Sarah Mullen

Contact Number: 757-221-2003

Contact Email: semullen@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/

Duties: The Keio/W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration brings 40 students from Keio University in Japan to campus for lectures, discussions, activities, and projects focusing on various aspects of American culture. The Reves Center is looking for 4 Classroom Instructors, who will be responsible for teaching and facilitating this fast-paced cross-cultural program for the Keio students. CIs will lead discussions based on lectures given by American Studies and other faculty in small group settings (approximately 10 students each).

In addition to leading discussion groups, CIs will read and grade journals and other projects, supply thoughtful and constructive feedback to students to promote their use of the English language and understanding of American Culture, participate in afternoon and evening cultural and social activities, and supervise and provide leadership to two W&M undergraduates who will assist the Keio students with their projects and other related tasks (Peer Assistants or PAs). CIs will also accompany students to D.C. at the end of the program, and will participate in a panel discussion/presentation on-site. CIs are expected to drive a Student Activities van for many of the program activities. All CIs must attend training during the Spring 2015 semester.

Skills: Current W&M graduate student (must be returning in Fall 2015). Experience working in cross-cultural environments a plus.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation: $2,000 total + meal supplement & accommodation during Washington D.C. portion of program.

Anticipated Start Date: Applications due 02/27/2015. Program dates: August 1-17, 2015


Reves Center for International Studies

Position Title: Peer Assistant (8 Positions), Keio University / W&M Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Contact Person: Sarah Mullen

Contact Number: 757-221-2003

Contact Email: semullen@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/revescenter/

Duties: Each William & Mary student works with a group of five Japanese students as a Peer Assistant (PA). You will help the Japanese participants in your Focus Group conduct research in Williamsburg and develop a 30-minute group presentation. There will be two mandatory orientation sessions for all PAs: one afternoon session during a weekend before the end of the Spring 2015 semester, and the second on August 1st, the day before the Keio students arrive on campus.

Your duties will include the following:

  • Attend lectures about different aspects of American culture with the Keio students.
  • Meet with your focus group every day to facilitate completion of the research project they began in Japan. Help them refine, focus, and organize their ideas.
  • Assist the group with their presentation skills.
  • Meet regularly with a graduate student classroom instructor (CI), who will monitor the progress of your group and lend assistance on occasion. Update the classroom instructor and work with her/him to solve problems that may arise with your group’s project.
  • Participate in program activities, sharing the experience with the Keio students.
  • Reside in the dorms and hotels with the Keio students and program directors. Introduce the Keio students to life at William and Mary and help to ensure a safe and rewarding study abroad experience for them.

Skills: Current undergraduate students of all majors with an interest in cross-cultural collaboration and learning. Graduating seniors are ineligible to apply. Please contact Sarah Mullen for a copy of the application, and submit it along with an unofficial copy of your transcript to the Reves Center, attn: Sarah Mullen by 5:00pm on Friday, March 27th.

Pay Per Hour: Compensation: $1,000 + housing and all meals during the program.

Anticipated Start Date: Applications due 03/27/2015. Program dates: August 1-17, 2015


Center for Gifted Education

Position Title: Precollegiate Learner Programs Coordinator

Contact Person: Mihyeon Kim

Contact Number: 757-221-2458

Contact Emailmxkim3@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.cfge.wm.edu

Duties: The Precolleigiate Learner Programs Coordinator works with the Director to organize various events throughout the year for high ability students in grades K-9. Duties include, but are not limited to, recruiting speakers for various events, purchasing supplies, copying, filing, processing registrations, preparing program materials.

Skills: The ideal candidate has outstanding organizational and communication skills, a positive attitude, is flexible and always punctual. The coordinator must be able to work an average of 20 hours a week during the current semester and up to 38 hours/week during the summer.

Hours: 20+

Pay Per Hour: $15

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Center for Gifted Education

Position Title: Camp Launch Coordinator

Contact Person: Mihyeon Kim

Contact Number: 757-221-2458

Contact Email: mxkim3@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.cfge.wm.edu    

Duties: Camp Launch is a two week residential program for high-ability, low-income students. Duties include, but are not limited to, coordinate camper applications, communicate with Virginia District Gifted Education coordinators, teachers, counselors, and camp personnel, organize on-campus locations, arrange staff orientations, manage camp supplies, create schedules, live on campus for the duration of the camp (two weeks).

Skills: The ideal candidate would be able to work an average of 20 hours a week during the current semester, up to 38 hours/week during the summer and to live on campus during the program (July 19-August 1,2015).

Hours: 20+

Pay Per Hour: $15

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations (ITPIR)

Position Title: ITPIR Office Assistant

Contact Person: Ania Leska

Contact Number: (757) 221-1441

Contact Email: aleska@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/itpir/index.php

Duties: The assistant will help with a wide variety of tasks supporting the research projects housed at ITPIR. The tasks might include facilities/building structure work orders, aesthetic/decoration projects, delivery of paperwork to other campus offices, administrative support (copying/scanning/filing), recycling, preparation for events and meetings, office supply orders, reimbursements, Banner Finance, and other duties as assigned by the ITPIR Program Administrative Manager, the ITPIR Director, and the ITPIR Administrative Assistant.

Skills: The ideal candidate will be detail oriented, have strong people skills, have initiative, have her/his own transportation (bike or car) to deliver paperwork to various W&M offices, be a rising junior or senior, have Federal Work Study, be able to work past this summer, and be familiar with ITPIR, the AidData project, the TRIP project, other ITPIR projects, or the field of International Relations.

Hours: 30-40 hrs/week during Summer 2015 and 10-20 hrs/week during semesters, depending on candidate’s availability

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: Spring 2015