POSITION: Alumni & University Relations Assistant
Office: Alumni & University Relations
Hours: Varies,5-8 weekly, more during event weekends (Employment for Academic Year 2014-2015. Would like the opportunity to continue employment for a few academic years.) Sophomore or Junior preferred. Position requires day and night availability.
Description: The Alumni Assistant will work to support events and programs through office-related activities for the Alumni Relations office within the Office of Institutional Advancement. The Assistant will help with the execution of alumni communications, provide on-site event support for alumni events including but not limited to Homecoming & Alumni Reunion Weekend and Golden Reunion weekend in May.
Qualifications: Excellent interpersonal communication skills a must: highly communicative, well-organized, detail-minded with strong written, listening, and verbal skills. Able to work with limited supervision and trustworthy to complete assigned tasks with ability to handle multiple priorities and tasks. Self-starter, able to work independently and meet objectives with confidence. Prefer completion of Freshman year or above in undergraduate studies: highly skilled Freshman will be considered. Computer literacy required including moderate understanding of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and basic office equipment: experience with Banner a plus. Comfortable leading students and a natural networker, comfortable socializing with others from a variety of ages and backgrounds.
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and drop off at Weller 206, or email Adam. A writing sample is requested (Short essay, blog, or other samples of no more than 1000 words).
Contact: Adam Hengeveld at 402-643-7341 or Adam.Hengeveld@cune.edu
POSITION: **NEW and improved** Phonathon Caller
Phonathon is expanding! This year, we will be calling during fall AND spring semesters! Apply to be a caller all year round! Applications due by September 12th, interviews will be required.
Hours: Varies, depending on student preference. 4-12 hours per week available, flexible schedule. Most shifts are evenings or weekends.
Description: Phonathon callers are key partners in supporting and furthering Concordia’s mission. They call alumni and donors to ask for financial support, provide information about the Concordia Fund and engage constituents with updates about the university. Phonathon callers work as part of a calling team in a fun fast-paced environment.
Qualifications: Must be a current student in good standing with strong interpersonal skills, clear and articulate communicator, ability to build rapport through conversations over the phone, passionate about Concordia’s mission and your Concordia experience, ability to work harmoniously with managers and as a team with other callers, think quickly in responding to questions and/or concerns our alumni, parents and friends may have, handle personal information with extreme confidentiality and have a good time!
Additional Benefits: Prizes earned for meeting individual and team goals, snacks and end-of-semester celebrations. And the opportunity to network over the phone with alumni and friends in various professions all across the United States. You never know who you might meet!
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application', attach a cover letter addressing the following question: What experience, skills or interest do you have that would make you a successful addition to our team? Please submit to Weller 206, or email the required documents to Katherine.*All applications must be submitted by 4pm Friday September 12th.
Interview Process: If you are being considered for employment you will be contacted via CUNE email to schedule an interview. Interviews will be held during the week of September 9th-15th.
Contact: Katherine at 402-643-7292 or Katherine.Steffen@cune.edu
POSITION: Chartwells Higher Education, Numerous Openings
Location: Janzow Campus Center, Lower Level, Dining Hall
Description: Open positions include but are not limited to evening and weekend hospitality jobs: retail supervisors, kitchen staff, line servers, dishwashers and prep staff. Previous hospitality experience is preferred but not required. Applicants should demonstrate a positive attitude, good grooming and personal hygiene.
Application: Apply at Janzow Campus Center; Lower Level, Dining Hall
*Chartwells Higher Education is a vendor partner of CUNE; Employer of these positions is Chartwells, not Concordia University Seward, NE.
POSITION: Student Life Office Assistant
Office: Student Life Office
Hours: 5-10/week; needed for an hour Monday - Friday during the timeframe of 11a-2p and some other various times.
Description: The Student Life Office Assistant will have clerical duties, as well as maintain message boards in JCC, help students with various tasks/questions and other duties as assigned
Qualifications: Must be a current student in good standing; sophomore higher. Must have a friendly personality, be an organized thinker and able to multi-task. Confidentiality is a must, and clothing requirement is business casual.
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and drop off at JCC-204, or email Emmy. A class schedule is required to be considered.
Contact: Emmy Lewis at 402-643-7411 or Emmy.Lewis@cune.edu
POSITION: Soccer public address announcer/Scoreboard operator
Location: Bulldog Stadium
Hours: Nights and weekends (typically Wednesdays and Saturdays) when Concordia men’s/women’s soccer plays at home
Description: Worker will make public address announcements (starting lineups, goals, substitutions, etc.) and handle the operating of the scoreboard (time and score) during home soccer games.
Job requirements: No previous experience is necessary but must carry an understanding of the game of soccer and the rules of the sport. Must be comfortable speaking as public address announcer and be available for the majority of home soccer games.
Contact: Joel.Reckewey@cune.edu or 402-643-7193
POSITION: ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SUPPORT
Office: Athletic Event Management/Equipment
Hours: Varies; needed for JV games on Monday nights, Varsity home games, some road games and athletic practices.
Description: The Athletic Equipment Support Employee will set up practices, games and special events. Repairing/Maintenance equipment, laundry (occasionally), organizing, folding clothes, checking in packages, some heavy lifting required, typing/creating inventories, depending on worker may have to travel to football games, and home games.
Qualifications: Must have the ability to work independently after little instruction and with little supervision. Must be reliable, dependable and a hard worker.
To Apply: Fill out an 'On-Campus Student Employment Application' and drop off at PE-004, or email Zach.
Contact: Zach Fisher at 402-643-7327 or Zachary.Fisher@cune.edu
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: Switchboard operator
Hours: 10 hrs/week
Schedule: 11:30-1:30p or 12:00-2:00p
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: 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)