POSITION: Counseling Office Peer Educator
Office: Counseling Office
Hours: Varies; 5 hrs/week on average (Employment for Academic Year 2014-2015)
Description: The Peer Educator supports the daily operations of the Counseling Center and acts as a non-professional educator and liaison to the students of Concordia University, Nebraska. The Peer Educator assists the DoC with educational and outreach programming on student issues related to wellness and mental health.
Qualifications: Education: Currently enrolled third or fourth year student at Concordia University, Nebraska. Have a strong academic background in psychology, social work, behavioral science and/or DCE program. Experience; Have live-in experience in a residence hall environment. Have work or volunteer experience in education, program development. Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality.
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and drop off at Janzow 204, or email Dina.
Contact: Dina Critel-Rathje at 402-643-7396 or Dina.Critel-Rathje@cune.edu
POSITION: GATHERING OF THE TALENTS ASSISTANT COORDINATOR AND EVENTS ASSISTANT
Hours: varies (approx. 2-10) Employment for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
Description: Assist the Gathering of the Talents Coordinators in total coordination of the Gathering of the Talents festival. Upon satisfactory performance, the ideal candidate would be able to fulfill the role of Gathering of the Talents Coordinator in future years. Therefor a student with freshman or sophomore status is preferred. This position will also assist the Events office with making floor diagrams, signs, nametags, etc. for upcoming events on campus.
Skills/Qualifications: Individual must be organized, detailed orientated, and flexible while making sure the event is carried out in a professional and organized manner. Must have basic knowledge of Microsoft applications to include: Word, Excel, Access and Publisher. Advanced computer skills preferred. Must be able to communicate in a clear, friendly, and professional manner. Must be able to work the Gathering of the Talents event (April 11th, 2015).
Contact: Briianne Imig at 402-643-7210 Weller 202 or Briianne.Imig@cune.edu.
Application (required) : Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and email to Briianne Imig at Briianne.Imig@cune.edu or turn into Weller 202.
POSITION: Switchboard operator
Hours: 10 hrs/week.
Schedule: 11:30-1:30p or 12:00-2:00p (employment for summer and fall, if possible)
Description: Answer main switchboard incoming calls for the entire campus. Distribute faxes, answer questions, scan newspapers for articles regarding CUNE and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Good communication and people skills. Computer skills in the areas of word processing, research data, searching the web and work in Excel. Writing skills preferred. Honest and dependable. Customer service oriented. Good telephone skills.
Other: We hope that this summer job would work into the same person doing the same job during the next school and perhaps several years to come.
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and drop off at Weller 208, or email Holly.
Contact: Holly Matzke at 402-643-7279 or Holly.Matzke@cune.edu
POSITION: Summer Buildings and Grounds Work
Office: Buildings and Grounds
Hours: 40 hrs/week (May 2014 - August 2014)
Description: Grounds Keepers, Office Aids and Custodians needed.
Others: Pickup an application from the Buildings and Grounds office. On campus housing available.
Contact: Karen Majerus at 402-643-7415 or Karen.Majerus@cune.edu
Position: Concordia Diplomat (Application deadline each year in early April for the next fall)
Hours/week: Varies (available in 1 hour time slots over the lunch hour is a plus)
Description: Greet visiting students and their families, give them a tour of campus and take them to lunch, while sharing your CUNE experiences.
Skills/Qualifications: Exceptional speaking skills and ability to relate well to different type of people required. Must be welcoming, outgoing, eager to share your CUNE experiences with others, have the desire to give visitors a positive Concordia visit. Ability to memorize facts about Concordia and integrate your own personal Concordia stories is also required. Sophomores-seniors preferred.
Contact: Aaron Roberts in the Admissions Office at 402-643-7394 or Aaron.Roberts@cune.edu
Application: Download the application
Position: Overnight Host
Pay: See below
Description: Show a prospective student what the life of a Concordia student is like by housing them overnight.
Special Skills/Qualifications: Relates well to all different types of people, welcoming, outgoing, eager to share your CUNE experience with others, willing to take prospective students to on-campus and other events, can accommodate a 3rd person in your dorm room. Your roommate must also be comfortable with having your guests overnight in the dorm room. Sophomores-seniors preferred. Overnight hosts are not paid an hourly wage--you will receive a $20 Wal-Mart Gift Card for hosting a prospective student overnight.
Contact: Lynne Kumm at 402-643-7233 or Lynne.Kumm@cune.edu
Position: DriverDepartment: Human Resources/Student Payroll
Pay: $7.40 per hour
Lincoln Airport (approximately 1-1/2 hours)
Omaha Airport (approximately 3 hours)
Description: The Student Employment Office is looking for students who would like to be on a list for various CUNE departments who request student drivers.
Requirements: Must be 20 years of age, have a valid driver's license and a good driving record.
Contact: Please apply at the Student Employment office, Weller-102 or by email email@example.com (Updated 5/06/2013)