On-Campus Student Job Opportunities

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 

 


 
 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:

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 


 
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: Fall semester


 
 
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 


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

 

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


The Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations

Position Title: Communications and Operations Assistant

Contact Person: Sasha Maliniak

Contact Email: sjmaliniak@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/itpir/summer2015/2015ITPIR/index.php

Duties: Work with ITPIR communications team to promote the Institute's research projects by writing news stories, designing and distributing promotional materials, engaging a growing following on social media, and interacting with current students and alumni on a variety of development initiatives.

Skills:

  • Strong written communication skills
  • Ability to produce polished work under deadlines
  • Interest/experience in photography and/or graphic design

Hours: Part-time (Spring 2015), Full-time (Summer 2015)

Pay Per Hour: $8.00


University Advancement – Donor Relations

Position Title: Student Office Assistant

Contact Person: Shannon Retzbach

Contact Number: 757-221-7695

Contact Email: saretzbach@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://pages.today.wm.edu/give_secure

Duties: The Office of Development Relations is seeking a Student Office Assistant. The incumbent will support Donor Relations. Essential duties include assisting with writing projects, (drafting, editing, researching for print publications and reports), general clerical support such as filing, answering telephones, and, as well as making deliveries to campus. Additional responsibilities may include, as necessary: assisting with production of printed materials; conducting background research for donor communications and appeals, and recording data and maintaining spreadsheets.

Skills: Strong written and oral communications, dependable transportation to and from campus, valid driver’s license, proven proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail-oriented, and demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

Hours: 10-15 per week, flexible based on class schedule; office hours of operation are M-F, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: May 18 (flexible)


Technology Support Center

Position Title: Lab Technician

Contact Person: Julie Martin

Contact Number: 757-221-7672

Contact Email: jpmar2@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/it/services/support/tsc/studentemployment/index.php

Duties: Responsible for daily scheduled checks of our Public Access Labs. The technician will check each computer station and printer in the labs, refill paper trays, tidy up the area and submit tickets through the Cherwell system to report any issues that were unable to be resolved.

Hours: Various shifts may be available, but specific need for 10pm - 12am shift.

Pay Per Hour: $10

Anticipated Start Date: August 20, 2015


Technology Support Center

Position Title: Level 1 Support Technician

Contact Person: Julie Martin

Contact Number: 757-221-7672

Contact Email: jpmar2@wm.edu   

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/offices/it/services/support/tsc/studentemployment/index.php

Duties: Support of the faculty, staff and students in their use of technology; specifically responsible for initial contact and troubleshooting of computer hardware and software used by faculty, staff and students. May also be assigned a regular lab run or periodically asked to make a lab run, which would entail checking the computers and printers in the Public Access Labs on campus.

Skills: Excellent customer service, telephone and interpersonal communication skills. Familiarity with telephone systems, computer hardware and a variety of software packages.

Hours: The TSC is open from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Pay Per Hour: $10

Anticipated Start Date: August 20, 2015


Virginia Sea Grant 

Position Title: Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) Summer Strategic Communications Intern. VASG provides the science to help fisheries managers, communities, and others make smart decisions regarding Virginia's coasts and oceans

Contact Person: Janet Krenn

Contact Number: 804-684-7362

Contact Email: krenn@vims.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://vaseagrant.vims.edu

Duties: The Intern will be responsible for supporting the development of a strategic communications plan in coastal policy issues. The Intern will learn methods for developing online content marketing strategies and explore methods of media relations to recommend a course of action to promote coastal policy and coastal issues. The Intern will also have opportunity to learn and practice interviewing and video production skills. The Intern will be stationed at Sea Grant offices at Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Gloucester Point, VA.

The Intern will:

  • Participate in information architecture training with Virginia Sea Grant
  • Conduct keyword and content analysis to advise content strategy
  • Develop documentation to support implementation of content strategy

Skills:

  • Exceptional writing skills
  • Organized
  • Self-starter
  • Interest in environmental and coastal policy
  • Vehicle access for off-campus travel

To Apply: Email your resume, three references, and a brief note describing your interest in the position to Janet Krenn: krenn@vims.edu

FEDERAL WORK STUDY ENCOURAGED

Hours: 40 hous per week for 10-week period

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: June 3, 2015


University Advancement - Alumni Engagement

Position Title: Alumni Engagement Office Assistant

Contact Person: Kelly S. Holdcraft

Contact Number: 757-221-1172

Contact Email: ksholdcraft@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wmalumni.com

Duties:

  • Update Advance database
  • Assist in creation and distribution of chapter evites and e-newsletters
  • Update chapter Facebook pages with events
  • Maintain chapter Google Drives
  • Assist in maintain chapter financial accounts
  • Assist in chapter event preparations

Skills:

  • Social media
  • Wordpress
  • Excel
  • Basic Accounting
  • Customer Service

Hours: 2-3 days/week; 3-4 hour shifts; Max 20 hours/week

Pay Per Hour: Minimum wage

Anticipated Start Date: 5/15/2015


Biology

Position Title: Part-time Undergraduate Laboratory Prep Worker

Contact Person: Sean Ryan

Contact Number: 757-221-2224

Contact Email: spryan01@wm.edu

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

Duties: The Department of Biology at William and Mary is looking for motivated undergraduate students who would be interested in working part-time doing prep work for the introductory biology laboratories in the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters. Students must have taken and passed BIOL 221 and BIOL 226.

Duties include, but are not limited to: preparing plots for the outdoor labs, cleaning labs and glassware, sterilizing items in the autoclave, pouring agar plates, preparing solutions, photocopying items, etc. Pay per hour: $10.00.

Those interested should contact Sean Ryan at spryan01@wm.edu.

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2015


Virginia Sea Grant

Position Title: Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) Embedded Student Correspondent in Coastal Policy. 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: Janet Krenn

Contact Number: 804-684-7362

Contact Email: krenn@vims.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://vaseagrant.vims.edu

Duties: Virginia Sea Grant Embedded Student Correspondent in Coastal Policy is a part-time writing position that will help cover Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic course and events for Fall 2015. Virginia Sea Grant Assistant Director for Communication will provide training in writing, interviewing, and online communication. The Correspondent must be able to participate in training the week of August 10, and be present on campus the week of August 17 (one week prior to start of undergraduate courses).

The Correspondent will:

  • Attend Coastal Policy Center classes, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30p-4:45p
  • Write weekly blog posts
  • Take photos and post to Coastal Policy Center Facebook page
  • Participate in weekly calls with editor at Virginia Sea Grant

Skills:

  • Exceptional writing skills
  • Organized
  • Self-starter
  • Interest, experience in blogging
  • Interest in environmental and coastal policy
  • Vehicle access for occasional off-campus events

Hours: 10-20 per week

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: August 10, 2015