On-Campus Student Job Opportunities

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Applied Science 

Position Title: Makerspace Student Engineer 

Contact Person: Jonathan Frey 

Contact Number: 757-221-4388 

Contact Email: jfrey@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttps://www.wm.edu/as/appliedscience 

Duties: The Makerspace Program within the Applied Science Department is seeking undergraduate students talented in prototyping and manufacturing to assist in the operation, maintenance, and interdepartmental training within the growing number of makerspaces on campus such as the Makerspace Center and Makerspace Laser Lab located in Small Hall and the SWEM Makerspace in SWEM Library.

Responsibilities:

  • To upkeep, maintain and improve the makerspace facilities and equipment
  • To maintain proficiency at all available productive toolsets as well as to train members of the William & Mary campus on use and maintenance of such equipment
  • To promote the makerspace community through continued development of community governance and outreach efforts
  • To contribute to ongoing makerspace engineering projects & interdepartmental makerspace use
  • To promote and help coordinate campus wide design competitions 

Skills: 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficient at 3D Modelling & Design with Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Experience with Varied Prototyping
  • Ability to handle physically demanding tasks such as lifting, moving, and assembly of machines
  • Ability to teach and convey prototyping skills and science
  • Experience with Safety Protocols 

Hours: 10-20

Pay Per Hour: $12.00

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible


Applied Science 

Position Title: Research Assistant  

Contact Person: Myriam Cotten

Contact Number: 757-221-7428  

Contact Email: mcotten@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://mcotten.blogs.wm.edu/ 

Duties: Assist professor in biochemical/biophysical research lab:

  • Prepare samples of proteins and lipids
  • Purify proteins by chromatography
  • Perform spectroscopic measurements
  • Record data in lab notebook and write reports 

Skills: 

  • Basic knowledge of chemistry and biochemistry
  • Experience preparing solutions for (bio)chemistry experiments
  • Basic understanding of chemical safety 

Hours: 40 hours/week 

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: May 28, 2019


Athletics

Position Title: Martin Family Stadium Scoreboard Operator 

Contact Person: Jason Colliver

Contact Number: 937-902-6482

Contact Email: jcolliver@wm.edu

Duties:

  • Arrive at Stadium at least 30 minutes before scheduled kickoff
  • Operate scoreboard at Martin Family Stadium during men's and women's soccer matches, keeping track of time, score, corner kicks, and saves in the match 

Skills:

  • Reliability & Punctuality
  • Flexible schedule
  • Works well with others
  • Attention to detail
  • Prior knowledge of soccer rules/score-keeping is preferred 

Hours: 8-12

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: September 3, 2019


Athletics

Position Title: Tribe Athletics Media Relations Student Assistants

Contact Person: Kris Sears

Contact Number: 757-221-3368

Contact Emailkasear@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttp://www.tribeathletics.com/

Duties: Assist with W&M Tribe Athletics home games/events in a variety of capacities, including statistics, scoreboard operations and video operations (game highlights and video streaming)

Hours: Flexible

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible 


Athletics- Equipment Room

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Emailsjvernarsky@wm.edu

Duties: Jobs are available to work with the W&M Equipment staff for the 2017 season! As a member of our crew, you'll have opportunities to travel with the team, collect exclusive W&M Nike apparel, and so much more. Volunteer opportunities are available in the Spring that could turn into paid positions in the Fall!

This position is responsible for general day to day operations in the 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.

Fall Hours: Students are expected to work a minimum of 15-25 hours per week during the times of 2-7pm M-F and anywhere from 7am-11pm on Saturdays during the season. Students are expected to travel to away games (Friday and Saturdays).

Possible Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Football Team
  • Working with Olympic Sports
  • Game day 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
  • Assisting in video

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: Spring: 10-15 hours a week, Fall: 15-25 hours a week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25 per hour for new employees with $0.25 raise each year with a successive evaluation and passing all training requirements.


Athletics – Football

Position Title: Student Video Assistant

Hiring Department: Athletics – Football

Contact Person: Bo Revell 

Contact Information: 703-409-6303

Contact Email: wrrevell@wm.edu

 Duties:

  • Filming of Football Practice and Games
  • Uploading, managing and editing Film
  • Opportunities to make highlight films and other film projects 

Skills:

  • Computer Competency
  • Strong Work Ethic
  • Accountable

Hours: 15-20 per week

Pay per hour: $7.25 and up

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Campus Recreation

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official

Contact Person: Joe Tighe

Contact Number: 757-221-3314

Contact Emailrjtigh@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttp://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/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
  • This position is open to both men and women
  • Student should also be in good academic standing
  • 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.

Anticipated Start Date: We hire 4 times throughout the school year: late August, mid-October, late January and February.


Campus Recreation

Position Title: Lifeguard

Contact Person: Bob Gough

Contact Number: 757-221-3499

Contact Emailrhgough@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttp://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/campusrec/student-employment/index.php

Duties:

  • Prevent accidents through the enforcement of policies, rules, regulations and ordinances governing the conduct of persons using the swimming pool.
  • Perform a safe rescue for a swimmer in trouble and administer the necessary First Aid.
  • Maintain the pool deck and keep gutters clean.
  • Maintain order in the pool, and as far as possible, foresee possible trouble and take steps to prevent it.
  • Report definite or potential physical hazards and unsafe conditions to the Asst. Director.
  • Test the water at the beginning of each shift and record on the proper form.
  • Open and close the pool at the scheduled times.
  • At the end of the shift, clear the pool of swimmers and pick up around the deck area. Put buoys, kickboards, and inner tubes in their proper places and throw trash away. Lock all doors.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

Skills: Current certification required

Hours: Evening, weekend, flexible.

Pay Per Hour: $10.75


Center for Conservation Biology 

Position TitleConservation Biology Intern 

Contact Person: Marie Pitts  

Contact Number: 757-221-7503

Contact Email: mlpitts@wm.edu   

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttps://www.ccbbirds.org/  

Duties: The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) is looking for one student intern to assist 8-10 hours/week with office work, publications, and field research for the Fall 2019 semester and potentially through Spring 2020. CCB is a bird research organization that works throughout the coastal plain of Virginia and worldwide.

Duties include, but are not limited to: cataloging office and field supplies, database updating and archiving, posting CCB matierials online, and assisting with fieldwork when needed. 

Skills: The desired candidate will be highly detail-oriented, self-motivated, and have an interest in gaining firsthand experience that is applicable to all aspects of conservation biology. Applicants should be suited and fit for working outdoors in hot, humid, buggy environments safely while maintaining a positive attitude. Should also have experience with Microsoft Suite-Excel required, Access preferred. 

Hours: 8-10 per week 

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start DateAs soon as possible 


Center for Gifted Education (CFGE) 

Position Title: Pre Collegiate Learner Programs Assistant

Contact Person: Sarabeth Varriano 

Contact Number: 757-221-2362 

Contact Email: sm.varriano@wm.edu 

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

DutiesWork-study positions in the Center for Gifted Education report to the Director of Pre Collegiate Learner Programs and collaborate with other staff in the Center for Gifted Education. Work-study employees also interact with students, staff, and faculty from across the University. 

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  1. Routine office duties such as reception, photocopying, computer work, and running errands/making deliveries
  2. Meeting and special event support
  3. Communication & Outreach support
  4. Data entry and application processing
  5. Creation of inventory log and maintenance of technology equipment, i.e. program laptops and kindles
  6. Additional tasks and projects assigned by the Director of Pre Collegiate Learner Programs 

Skills:

  • Professionalism: Must be reliable and dependable, reporting to work, completing assignments, and responding to communications (emails, texts, phone calls) promptly.
  • Ability to work during the window and occasional weekends to support Center events.
  • Positive attitude and courteousness.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in basic computer skills, i.e., word processing, spreadsheets
  • Must be eligible for Federal Work Study 

Hours: 8-10 per week 

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start DateJanuary 2019 


Conference Services  

Position Title: Conference Services Ambassador  

Contact PersonLauren Landis 

Contact Number: 757-221-1942 

Contact Email: wmconf@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/auxiliary/conferenceservices/aboutus/summer-employment/index.php  

Duties: Conference & Event Services provides a wide-range of logistical support for conferences and
events hosted at William & Mary. Student Ambassadors will provide support for
clients through event coordination, guest relations, and administrative support. Ambassadors will
represent the University in a high-visibility position and will have the opportunity to benefit from
career development opportunities.  

Hours: 33 hours/week 

Anticipated Start Date: May 20, 2019


Confucius Institute

Position Title: Communications Intern 

Contact Person: Ying Liu 

Contact Number: 757-221-1350 

Contact Emailyliu12@wm.edu  

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

Duties:

  • Draft and edit the content of WMCI website
  • Publicize WMCI events and activities on social media
  • 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 
  • Interest in Chinese language and culture; Good academic standing 

Hours: 6-12hours/per week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: February 4, 2019


Global Research Institute / AidData   

Position Title: AidData Student Programmer 

Contact Person: Brook Lautenslager 

Contact Number: 757-927-2847

Contact Emailblautenslager@aiddata.wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/global-research/  

Duties: AidData’s Software Development Assistant will work closely with the Software Lead of the Policy Analysis team to support and develop decision support tools, data collection, and other web-based software.

  • Responsibilities will include:
    • Working with the Software Lead to determine operational feasibility of software requirements through evaluation, analysis and development of software designs.
    • Developing software solutions (full stack) using the software development lifecycle.
    • Providing documentation for environments and solutions through diagrams, code comments, clear code and readmes.
    • Storing software solutions and documentation in a software versioning tool.
    • Performing thorough testing of developed software solutions.
    • Providing software fixes and improving operations to existing applications by providing system analysis and working with Software Lead to come up with solutions. 

Skills: 

Required Qualifications:

  • Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or other equivalent discipline.
  • Experience with at least one of the following programming languages: Java, Node.js, Python
  • Demonstrated understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and related web concepts.
  • Ability to learn and adopt various technologies.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with JavaScript libraries and frameworks like React, Bootstrap, Backbone, Underscore
  • Experience in the configuration and administration of Unix operating systems.
  • Experience with databases like PostgreSQL and MongoDB
  • Experience with GitHub or other major software versioning tools. 

Hours: 10-29 hours

Pay Per Hour: $12.00

Anticipated Start DateSeptember 2019


Government 

Position Title: Research Assistant, Tunisian Elections   

Contact Person: Sharan Grewal 

Contact Email: ssgrewal@wm.edu

Duties: Government Department Professor seeks a research assistant for a project on vote-buying in the 2019 Tunisian elections. The student will be responsible for helping geo-code politically-oriented charity projects and analyzing their effect on voter registration, turnout, and election results. 10 hours/week for the fall semester with the possibility of extension to spring semester. 

To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to ssgrewal@wm.edu

Hours: 10 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $12.00

Anticipated Start Date: September 2019


Modern Languages and Literatures (& Linguistics Program) 

Position Title: Research Assistant (sociolinguistics lab) 

Contact Person:Rachel Varra 

Contact Number: 757-221-1591  

Contact Email: rvarra@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/as/modernlanguages/index.php 

Duties

  • Identifying and scheduling interviews with Spanish speakers in eastern Virginia
  • Carrying out oral sociolinguistic interviews with Spanish speakers in Spanish
  • Transcribing oral interviews
  • Meeting with the principal investigator periodically to discuss observations, determine research trajectory
  • Compiling information into a document that will eventually serve as training manual for future RA’s

    *Pick up a flyer in MLL main office for a one-page description of job skills and duties 

Skills:

  • Technology: Word, Excel
  • Interpersonal: Fluent spoken Spanish, good, clear communication, ability to put others at ease
  • Other: Enjoy talking with others and learning about the lives of other people

    *Will be advised and trained for carrying out interviews
    *Interview protocol is provided to the RA 

Hours: 10 per week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start DateOctober 15, 2019 


Office of the Dean of Faculty (A&S) 

Position Title: Student Office Assistant 

Contact Person: Tiffany Cannon 

Contact Number: 757-221-1692 

Contact Emailtcannon@wm.edu 

Duties: The A&S Office of the Dean of Faculty is seeking a student office assistant with an exceptional administrative support skillset. Candidate should be proficient in Excel and Word; familiar with such features as mail-merge, as well as creating charts and tables. Candidate must be attentive to detail, organized, pleasant and professional.

  • Greet visitors to Dean’s Office
  • Respond to phone inquiries with courtesy and professionalism
  • Receive and file paperwork related to faculty
  • Copying, scanning, faxing, data entry
  • Enter data into spreadsheets/databases
  • Periodic mass mailings
  • Record retention and archiving
  • Running on-campus errands
  • Special projects, as assigned 

Skills:

  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office
  • Professionalism in interacting with the public, students, parents, faculty, and staff
  • Ability to keep punctual, consistent working hours
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently 

Hours: 10-15 hrs/wk, dependent upon office needs and student availability. 

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Parent & Family Programs 

Position Title: Marketing Coordinator 

Contact Person: Heather Deere 

Contact Number: 757-221-2508 

Contact Email: heather@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/deanofstudents/services/parent-family/index.php   

Duties: The Marketing Coordinator for Parent & Family Programs is responsible for assisting Parent & Family Programs with communication strategies, marketing, and assessment. This position is housed within the Dean of Students Office.

Responsibilities

  • Research best practices for marketing to families and benchmark best practices in Parent & Family Programs marketing
  • Develop and implement content strategy for Parent & Family Programs social media accounts including: Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook 
  • Create a marketing and sales plan for merchandise sold to parents & families
  • Develop a communication strategy for spring Orientation to update families on deadlines, events, and important dates 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Skills: The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to collaborate, possess excellent written and oral communication skills, exhibit a high level of creative energy, have prior experience in social media management and marketing, be detail-oriented, possess the ability to learn new software, and have an interest in working with students and families. Candidate must be flexible and willing to work some evening and weekend hours. Advanced skills in Constant Contact, Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook is strongly preferred. 

Hours: 10 per week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible 


Postal Services 

Position Title: Window Service Clerk 

Contact PersonKisa White

Contact Number: 757-221-4491

Contact Emailkawhite01@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/facilities/services/postalservices/index.php  

DutiesAssist customer at the package pickup window performing duties including: retrieval of packages from various locations in the office, helping transport and shelve packages as they are processed, and delivery of some mail into CSU boxes. Possible additional duties may also include being trained to scan and process incoming packages and duplicate keys. 

Skills:

  • Ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced, high intensity environment while ensuring interactions with customers are polite and professional. 
  • Punctual and reliable attendance.
  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. independently
  • Friendly, respectful and appreciative of the diversity of customers and colleagues.

Hours: Approximately 10-20 hours per week. Shifts from 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3:30PM and 3:30PM-5:30PM M-F with the possibility of working some Saturdays from 10:30AM-2:30PM if available.  These will be seasonal positions to help with the increased package volume at the beginning of the semester.  They are expected to last for 4-6 weeks and may end earlier or be extended based on the volume of incoming packages.

Pay Per Hour: $7.25

Anticipated Start Date: Now accepting applicants to start working the week of 8/29/18.  Please send your availability for the shifts listed above to the contact email.


Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Marketing Department

Position Title: Digital Marketing Coordinator

Contact Person: Elizabeth Eldredge

Contact Number: 757-221-7834

Contact Email: elizabeth.eldredge@mason.wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttp://mason.wm.edu/

Duties: This pre-professional student position allows work study eligible undergraduate or graduate students the opportunity to work in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business Marketing Department under professional mentorship. The position focuses on enhancing the visibility of the Mason School of Business brand through improved digital communication via a variety of channels. Enable programs to more effectively engage with students through the creation of an effective communication flow. Use the latest tools and follow the latest trends to tell the story of the business school.

  • Create and schedule posts on Raymond A. Mason School of Business social media channels
  • Manage responses to comments and other engagement
  • Conduct research related to digital and social media
  • Collaborate with internal teams to optimize communications
  • Coordinate student involvement in social media activities
  • Review and discover new digital tools and social media channels
  • Conduct regular competitor analysis to uncover new tactics and trends
  • Conduct various research related to digital marketing as needed
  • Administrative tasks as necessary

Skills:

  • Required Qualifications:
  • Familiarity with social media best practices
  • Previous experience managing social media accounts
  • High level of comfort using various online technology
  • Ability to adhere to brand guidelines
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Team player

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Basic design skills (familiarity with Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign a plus)
  • Working knowledge of Google Analytics and social media analytics

Conditions of Employment:

  • Hours vary depending upon availability
  • Must supply own laptop for conducting work
  • Will be supplied with any software necessary

Hours: 5-20

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: Currently accepting applications for future opportunities.


Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Marketing & Communications

Position TitleMarketing Content Assistant

Contact Person: Elizabeth Eldredge

Contact Number: 757-221-7834

Contact Email: elizabeth.eldredge@mason.wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Departmenthttp://mason.wm.edu/

Duties: The Marketing and Communications department at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is seeking an editorially-gifted, work study eligible undergraduate or graduate student to assist with the writing of news stories, web copy, social media content, and related assignments. The selected candidate will work in a highly collaborative environment under the professional mentorship of the Content Manager.

As an Editorial Assistant you will work with marketing staff on all aspects of challenging and diverse writing assignments including story acquisitions, research, interviewing, editing, proofreading, photography, and project management. Our ideal candidate is a detail oriented pre-professional who has a passion for the written word and a strong aptitude for English grammar and punctuation.

Responsibilities:

  • Write news stories, web and email copy, social media content, and PR/marketing copy
  • Cover and develop stories on Raymond A. Mason School of Business events and activities
  • Proofread and edit editorial content for accuracy and style
  • Contribute content and story ideas
  • Source images and photograph events and subjects as needed
  • Attend events, conduct interviews, and produce engaging and compelling stories
  • Assist with content for brochures, sales sheets, and other marketing collateral
  • Work on other marketing related projects as required

Required Qualifications:

  • Writing, editing and proofing skills with ability to adhere to university style guide
  • Exceptional command of English grammar, spelling and punctuation
  • Communication and interviewing skills with strong attention to detail
  • Copywriting abilities with a knack for writing compelling headlines
  • Able to manage time-sensitive, deadline-driven writing assignments
  • Familiarity with AP Style and the Chicago Manual of Style
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products
  • Must be a work study eligible student accepted for admission in a degree-seeking program

Hours: 10-15

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: Currently accepting applications for future opportunities


Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Graduate Registrar Office

Position Title: Office Assistant

Contact Person: Charee Ellison

Contact Number: 757-221-2793

Contact Emailcharee.ellison@mason.wm.edu 

Duties: The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is seeking a work study eligible undergraduate (junior or senior) or graduate student with strong clerical and analytical skills to provide office support to the Graduate Registrar. Candidates should possess exceptional skills in data entry and analysis, project management, research and oral and written communications.  Our ideal candidate is a detail oriented pre-professional who has the ability to work independently on assigned projects with the ability to maintain data with a high degree of accuracy.

  • Data entry and analysis
  • Assist with records retention and file maintenance
  • General clerical support
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Academic Deans office
  • Represent the University in a professional and positive manner.

Skills:

  • Proven proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to work in a relational database (training provided).
  • Strong organizational, time management and customer service skills required.
  • Should be dependable, punctual, detail oriented, and enthusiastic.
  • Be able to maintain data with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Ability to work independently or in a team environment
  • Should also possess basic research skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Must be in good academic standing
  • Must be willing to sign confidentiality/honor code agreement

Conditions of Employment:

  • Hours vary depending upon availability
  • Must supply own laptop for conducting work
  • Will be supplied with any software necessary

Hours: 10-20 hours a week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible


School of Business-Building Services

Position Title: Miller Hall Building Support

Contact Person: Josh Andelin

Contact Number: 757-221- 4665

Contact Emailjosh.andelin@mason.wm.edu 

Duties:

  • Setup and break down tables and chairs for various events
  • Assist people with connecting to AV equipment
  • Put furniture together
  • Other miscellaneous tasks

Skills:

  • Ability to lift 50lbs
  • Read and interpret plans/room diagrams
  • Basic A/V knowledge

Hours: 3:30pm-5:30pm, with some flexibility needed for nights and weekends

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Student Accessibility Services 

Position TitleGraduate Student Test Proctor 

Contact Person: Lesley Henderson 

Contact Number: 757-221-2512 

Contact Email: ljhenderson@wm.edu  

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

DutiesW&M Student Accessibility Services seeks graduate student proctors to work regularly or occasionally to administer and process quizzes, tests, and exams in its testing center to students with ADA testing accommodations or other relevant needs. May also deliver completed exams to campus locations. Other clerical or research duties as assigned. Work hours range from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM with some occasional evening shifts possible (5:00 - 8:15 PM). 

Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Excellent planning and organization skills.
  • Excellent ability to follow a protocol.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills for unexpected circumstances.
  • Interest and ability to learn quickly.
  • Maturity

Hours: 5-20 per hour

Pay Per Hour: $12.00

Anticipated Start Date: September 25, 2019 or ASAP 


Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation 

Position Title: Student Teaching Consultant 

Contact Person: Nataki Hill

Contact Number: 757-221-2171 

Contact Email: nahill01@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/tlistudio/index.php  

Duties: The Student Teaching Consultant (STC) partners with faculty members to provide observation and reflection of teaching sessions. The STC will work with assigned faculty members closely over a period of several weeks to observe and provide insights on aspects of teaching practice that the faculty member identifies. STC will meet with the faculty member to discuss focus for observations and then complete up to five cycles of classroom observation and follow-up meetings to discuss observations. This position will require being able to regularly attend the classroom sessions for observation and then meet with the faculty partner at mutually agreed-upon times to debrief. An individual in this position will need to able to communicate courteously with faculty and provide feedback and reflection in a tactful manner. An individual who is interested in teaching and learning and enjoys helping others will enjoy serving as an STC. Training and mentoring will be provided on classroom observation and feedback strategies. 

Skills: 

Required Qualifications:

  • Enjoys discussing teaching and learning, with a focus on improving specific elements of practice
  • Responsible and dependable
  • Is professional and collegial in conversations and in writing
  • Ability to work flexible hours
  • Can take detailed notes during classroom observations
  • Ability to distill key ideas from observations and communicate them tactfully orally and in writing
  • Enjoys helping others
  • Practices discretion and confidentiality 

Hours: 10

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible


Swem Library Circulation 

Position Title: Building Associate 

Contact Person: Abbey Childs 

Contact Number757-221-3104 

Contact Email: amchilds@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://libraries.wm.edu/about/employment/students/building-student-associate  

Duties

  • Various building repair and maintenance activities to include but not limited to: responding to internal work order system, ‘LibFix,’ to include minor repairs; furniture moving; painting; cleaning; assembling equipment; collecting recycle materials; etc
  • Help with events set-up and break down, assisting with picking up catering orders, which may require some evening or weekend hours, depending on the event schedule.
  • Stack maintenance work, including relabeling stacks and monitoring shifting projects, as well as shelving, helping patrons locate materials and use equipment; office/clerical work, and other special projects as assigned. 

Skills:

  • Self-starter and positive attitude
  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently and show initiative and good judgment
  • Mechanically inclined
  • Basic computer skills
  • Handle detailed work with accuracy 

Hours: 15-20, weekday, daytime hours required

Pay Per Hour: $8.25

Anticipated Start DateASAP 


Theatre, Speech, and Dance 

Position Title: Box Office Associate  

Contact Person: Jessi DiPette

Contact Email:  jdipette@wm.edu

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

DutiesThis position provides exemplary customer service and ticketing services for events at the Kimball Theatre. Duties include the allocation of tickets, which includes marketing and sales to the general public and the creation, distribution, processing, and allocation of student, faculty, and staff tickets orders. This position will interact with a broad range of on and off campus clients and requires strong communication and customer service skills. This is a part time position, with varying hours depending on number and duration of events. 

Skills:

  • Must be a currently registered W&M student
  • Must have cash handling and credit card processing experience
  • Must be available to work all TSD events (this does not mean you will be required to
    work all events).
  • Must be able to communicate in a clear, pleasant, and professional manner
  • Must be willing to handle demanding customers with grace
  • Must be a self-starter and dependable, meticulous, and able to work in a fast-paced
    environment with accuracy
  • Prefer some experience with or passion for the arts
  • Preference given to Work Study students and those not involved in theatre/dance
    productions in any other capacity. 

Hours12pm-6pm, Monday-Friday and Show weekends

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: September 4, 2018


University Advancement

Position TitleAdvancement Interns 

Contact Person: Becky Parsons 

Contact Email: rjparsons01@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://advancement.wm.edu/come-work-with-us/internships/  

Duties

  • Please check each internship for individual duties.
  • Positions are aimed at undergraduate students, but strong graduate candidates will be considered. 

Hours: 10 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


University Advancement 

Position Title: Paid Advancement Interns 

Contact Person: Becky Parsons 

Contact Email: rjparsons01@wm.edu  

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://advancement.wm.edu/come-work-with-us/open-positions/for-wm-students/index.php  

Duties:

Hours: 10 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: September 2019


University Advancement

Position TitleSummer Intern

Contact Person: Rebecca Parsons 

Contact Number: 757-221-7640

Contact Email: rjparsons01@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://advancement.wm.edu/come-work-with-us/internships/

DutiesUniversity Advancement is launching a Summer Internship Program as we seek to increase and diversify the number of professionals in educational advancement. This program is designed to attract undergraduate students may not have previously considered a career in the variety of roles and career specialties in advancement work. It will help determine for the student if this is a potential career path for them, gain networking contacts and references, and learn what it is like to be a professional member of the advancement field. The breadth of the experience will provides intern with a fully rounded view of advancement in higher education and the role it plays in supporting the university, current students and potential students. 

The internship provides the following: 

  •  Resume worthy project-based work that is designed to move our work in advancement forward.
  • A summer internship cohort for onboarding, mentorship, and engagement. The internship cohort will receive educational opportunities through trainings, webinars, and opportunities to engage with the Executive Leadership Team. (ELT)
  • All interns will be responsible for a final presentation regarding this project to a relevant group of University Advancement employees. This could be a large team meeting, an ELT meeting, or a small group of relevant team members.
  • For projects that have a research component, the student may apply for academic credit for the project that incorporates hands-on experience. 

All students, including those traditionally under-represented in advancement, are encouraged to apply. In general, rising juniors and seniors are preferred because of their better course preparation, but we will also consider rising sophomores who have enough course/work experience to benefit from this program. Students should have relevant skills or course work related to the projects for which they apply. 

Skills: Deadline for Applications: April 12th 5:00 p.m.

  • Project Choices:
    • Best Practices for Alumni Engagement
    • Fraternity/Sorority Life Alumni Giving Challenge
    •  William & Mary Athletics Branding Initiative 
    • Volunteer Engagement and Student Philanthropy Projects
    • Social Media Content & Strategy Development
    • Stewardship & Engagement for Scholarships 
    • Research for Campaign Closing Project
    • Stewardship for Endowed Professorships
    • Communication & Marketing for Alumni Engagement Fundraising
    • Project Support for Advancement Diversity & Inclusion Committee
Find out more about the projects on the website: https://advancement.wm.edu/come-work-with-us/internships/

Hours: Approximately 40 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $12.00 per hour or roughly $4,800 for the term 

Anticipated Start Date: June 3rd - August 9th 


University Advancement- Office of Stewardship & Advancement Events

Position Title: Student Office Assistant

Contact Person: Erin Hamilton

Contact Number: 757-221-1007

Contact Email: ehamilton@wm.edu 

Duties: Essential duties include data entry and analysis, assisting with writing projects and production of printed materials, and general clerical support; conducting background research for donor communications and appeals; and recording and maintaining spreadsheets.

Skills: Dependable transportation to and from campus, proven proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail-oriented, strong written and oral communications, and demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. Ability to work in a relational database (training provided).

Hours: 10 hours a week

Pay Per Hour: $7.50

Anticipated Start Date: Position to be filled as soon as possible. Sophomores or Juniors preferred. Dependable transportation a must.


University Advancement- Wren Ringers

Position Title: Student Caller 

Contact Person: Sophia Perrotti 

Contact Number: 757-221-1311

Contact Emailsjperrotti@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://advancement.wm.edu/come-work-with-us/phonathon/   

Duties: Wren Ringers, William & Mary's Phonathon, is comprised of current students responsible for reaching out to alumni, parents and friends. Student callers foster relationships, offer updates on campus events and news, and raise unrestricted dollars for the University. 

Hours: 9 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $7.75


Washington Center

Position Title: Summer Intern

Contact Person: Rhys Tucker

Contact Number: 202.836.8605 

Contact Email: rrtucker@wm.edu 

Website Address of Hiring Department: https://www.wm.edu/offices/dccenter/index.php 

Duties: Interested in working in higher education or event planning? Come get a taste of both by joining a fun and supportive team at the W&M Washington Center this summer! This position would provide event and administrative support for the Washington Center, located in Dupont Circle in Washington, DC, throughout the summer. Events will include alumni and student networking receptions as part of the DC Summer Session courses, a trip for W&M faculty and staff to visit DC, and outside W&M departmental events. Additional projects will focus on supporting new Center initiatives and general operations. The intern would have the opportunity to use their creativity and take ownership of unique projects.
Responsibilities may include:

  • Event support
  • Managing event calendar
  • Reserving venue space
  • Ordering catering
  • Creating nametags, folders, schedules, and other pertinent materials
  • Managing RSVPs and confirmations
  • Creating event pages using Eventbrite
  • Administrative support
  • Assist social media manager in developing content for multiple platforms
  • Establish communication plan for room rental program
  • Maintain and edit Center website using Cascade
  • Assist staff in moving Study in DC application systems to new platform
  • Ensure Center computer and technology setups
  • Organizing office keys
  • Other duties as assigned 

Skills:

  • Ability to work multiple evenings (required)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • High level of organization
  • Great attention to detail
  • Ability to coordinate with wide variety of audiences
  • Ability to problem solve in real time 
  • Event coordination experience preferred 

Hours: 20 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $10.00

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible