On-Campus Student Job Opportunities


 
 
 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  

 

 
Campus Recreation

Position Title: Intramural Sports Official

Contact Person: Joe Tighe

Contact Number: 757-221-3314

Contact Email: rjtigh@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/rec/employment

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: Fall 2016. We hire 4 times throughout the school year: late August, mid-October, late January and February.


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 


 
 Phonathon

Position Title:  Student Caller 

Hiring Department:  Phonathon

Contact Person:  Miranda Byles

Contact Number:  757-221-7648
 
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  


 
 
 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

 

Athletics- Equipment Room

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Email: sjvernarsky@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: Fall: 15-25 hours a week, Spring: Hours vary weekly.

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.

Anticipated Start Date: Volunteer opportunities are available in the Spring that could turn into paid positions in the Fall


University Advancement

Position Title: University Advancement Internships

Contact Person: Jess Skinner

Contact Number: 221-1061

Contact Email: jfskinner@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/giving/annualgiving/student-philanthropy/student-internships/index.php

Duties:

  • Please check each internship for individual duties.
  • Applications open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • Positions are aimed at undergraduate students, but strong graduate candidates will be considered.

Hours:10 hours/week

Pay Per Hour: $10/hour

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP


Athletics- Equipment Room

Position Title: Student Equipment Manager

Contact Person: Shane Vernarsky

Contact Number: 757-221-3335

Contact Email: sjvernarsky@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.

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2016

 

Campus Recreation

Position Title: Lifeguard

Contact Person: Bob Gough

Contact Number: 757-221-3499

Contact Email: rhgough@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: www.wm.edu/rec/employment

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

Anticipated Start Date: Fall 2016


 
Theatre, Speech & Dance

Position Title: PBK House Manager

Contact Person: Olivia Levering

Contact Email: oflevering@wm.edu

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

Duties:

  • Provide exemplary customer service for all PBK patrons attending events
  • Recruit and train volunteer ushers
  • Create and manage monthly usher schedule in coordination with TSD Faculty & Staff
  • Set up and supervise any event specific equipment and activities in the lobby
  • Lead usher meetings before each event and designate usher responsibilities
  • Ensure patron safety & comfort and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance
  • Coordinate front-of-house activities (house opening, curtain holds, late seating, photography policy, intermissions) with Stage Manager and Technical Director
  • Respond effectively during emergencies following William & Mary and PBK protocol
  • Compile information about event for House Manager's report and distribute following each event

Skills:

  • Minimum of two years experience in house management or another customer service oriented field
  • The ability to carry up to 25 pounds and the ability to stand for several hours at a time are required
  • Candidates must be organized, diplomatic, self directed, and able to manage several responsibilities at once
  • The position requires willingness and ability to work with a flexible schedule, including early mornings, late nights, weekends, holidays and long hours
  • The Manager should have excellent oral and written communication skills and demonstrate a proven ability to interact with diverse patrons and volunteers
  • Computer literacy in a Microsoft office environment, ability to use web-based volunteer sign-up software, and improvisational problem-solving skills are essential

Hours: Varies

Pay Per Hour: $8.00

Anticipated Start Date: August 30


Athletic Academic Support Services

Position Title: Tutor

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/A- in the course(s) to be tutored and instructor recommendation. Courses must have been taken at W&M
  • Responsible, dependable, honest, and mature
  • Friendly, patient, and sensitive to diversity of students
  • Punctual for all scheduled tutoring sessions

Hours: 4-8 per week depending on availability

Pay Per Hour: $8.15/hour

Anticipated Start Date: September 5th, 2016


Classical Studies

Position Title: Office/Library Assistant

Contact Person: Joyce Holmes

Contact Number: 757-221-2160

Contact Email: jrholm@wm.edu

Website Address of Hiring Department: http://www.wm.edu/as/classicalstudies/index.php

Duties:

  • Assist with general office work
  • Assist with library cataloging, classifying and maintaining library materials
  • Able to work evenings and special events
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills:

  • Hardworking student with good communication skills and attention to detail
  • Student should have library knowledge and familiarity with the Classical World desired
  • Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively
  • Reliable
  • Can-do Attitude
  • Fast Learner
  • Thrives on variety

Hours: 29 hours per week

Pay Per Hour: $7.25


Office of Community Engagement

Position Title: Communications Intern

Contact Person: Melody Porter

Contact Number: 757-221-7639

Contact Email: mcporter@wm.edu

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

Duties: Implement key pieces of the Office of Community Engagement’s communications strategy, by designing and distributing a regular newsletter (electronic and print), expanding and managing social media, developing promotional videos, writing news stories, designing and distributing written and electronic promotional materials, and interacting with students, faculty, community partners, and alumni on a variety of communications initiatives. Other duties include but are not limited to research, photography, bulletin boards, website review, and design.

Skills:

  • Strong written communication skills; correct spelling & grammar
  • Strong social media skills (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, WordPress, Snapchat)
  • Experience with or willingness to learn electronic newsletter management
  • Research and reporting skills, persistence and resourcefulness
  • Ability to produce polished work under deadlines
  • Interest and experience in photography, video production, and/or graphic design
  • Flexibility, professionalism, responsiveness, initiative

Hours: 5-10 hours/week; flexible, but preferred availability from 4 to 5 pm, Monday - Friday

Pay Per Hour: $8

Anticipated Start Date: 10/15/2016