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2019 Spring Job Openings 

BUILD Program

Job Title: BUILD Job Mentor
Contact: Ryan Anderson, 651.635.8799, ryan-anderson@bethel.edu
Location: Varies
Date Posted: June 11th, 2018

Job coaching & support for students in the BUILD program on the job as part of internships. Work alongside of students in the BUILD program to assist in staying focused and motivated on the job. Listen, recognize positive strides and remind students of the progress they are making. Help correct behaviors and processes that are not working well, and help establish new approaches to job issues when the original plan is not working effectively. As students work to develop independence, hours may be decreased. Other duties as assigned. You can apply by completing the application and background check.

Hours: 8/week
Start Date: As Soon As Possible
End Date: May 25th, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.86/hour

Department of Social Work

Job Title: Office Assistant
Contact: Deb Petersen651.638.6294, d-petersen@bethel.edu
Location: The Department of Social Work
Date Posted: April 10th, 2019
  • Assist administrative assistant in preparing for field instructor orientations and trainings
  • Attend trainings and orientations as needed
  • Assist with keeping track of all student candidacy and admission information materials to the Social Work Program
  • Help maintain student files and keep information confidential
  • Assist in preparation of the Field Opportunities Handbook via phone calls and emails
  • Assist with preparations for the spring Field Appreciation Luncheon in May
  • Copying, scanning, updates to Moodle, and other supportive tasks as needed for professors

Preference is given to non-social work majors.

Hours: 3-5/week
Start Date: As Soon As Possible
End Date: Spring 2020
Pay Rate: $9.86/hour


2019 Summer Job Openings

Business & Leadership Division

Job Title: Course Site Specialist
Contact: Bill Paxton651.638.6736, b-paxton@bethel.edu
Location: The Anderson Center (after proficiency is demonstrated the job could be done remotely)
Date Posted: March 4th, 2019

Prepare Moodle course sites for faculty in the Business & Leadership Division of CAPS and GS. For each course, review the Moodle course template, and ensure that all information in the syllabus and Moodle match. Resolve any differences with the course subject matter expert. Import the Moodle template into the course site. Update all dates, and add the instructor's contact info. Inform the instructor that the site is available. As requested, update the syllabi and Moodle templates when the program directors authorize changes to the course.

Hours: 8/week
Start Date: July 8th, 2019 (flexible)
End Date: June 30th, 2020 (flexible)
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour
Transportation: Student will need to use their own transportation or the shuttle to get to the Anderson Center

Facilities Management

Job Title: Building Services Summer Team - 2nd Shift
Contact: Paige King651.638.6517, p-king@bethel.edu
Location: Academic Buildings
Date Posted: April 10th, 2019

Facilities Management is looking for talented people to join our summer Building Services team. We keep the college buildings tidy and complete thorough deep cleaning of classrooms, offices and bathrooms. One perk of this job is that we work 3:00-11:00 PM so you can spend the first part of your day enjoying the beautiful summer weather. Come be a part of a fun, caring group of people doing our best to make Bethel shine. Stop in to HC100 to fill out an application or apply online.

Hours: 40/week
Start Date: May 28th, 2019
End Date: August 23rd, 2019
Pay Rate: $11.00/hour

Conference & Event Services

Job Title: Summer Conference Hospitality
Contact: Mardy Rodriguez651.638.6138, m-rodriguez@bethel.edu
Location: Bethel University Dorms
Date Posted: April 15th, 2019

Job will include cleaning in the housing areas (bathrooms, lounges, dorm rooms), moving furniture, laundry (cleaning and folding) and responding to guests requests. Work will mostly be from 8am-4pm weekdays and some weekends. Click Here to fill out application. Thanks! 

Hours: 40/week
Start Date: May 28th, 2019
End Date: August 9th, 2019
Pay Rate: $11.00/hour

Facilities Management

Job Title: Summer Student Worker
Contact: Eric Johnson651.635.8787, er-johnson@bethel.edu
Location: The Anderson Center
Date Posted: April 18th, 2019

ANC Building Services is looking for student worker(s) to assist staff in the cleaning of the Anderson Center @ 2 Pine Tree Drive (off-main campus). Tasks will include vacuuming, mopping, emptying trash, wiping surfaces, restroom cleaning, & setups in a variety of settings, including offices, classrooms, staircases, & common spaces. This position is for 2nd shift hours (3:00PM-11:00PM), Monday-Friday. This position begins May 28 and runs through August 17, 2019.

Hours: 40/week
Start Date: May 28th, 2019
End Date: August 18th, 2019
Pay Rate: $11.00/hour
Transportation: Student will need to use their own transportation or the shuttle to get to the Anderson Center

Doctor of Ministry Program

Job Title: Doctor of Ministry Program Assistant
Contact: Julie Burns, 320.493.1236, j-burns@bethel.edu
Location: The Anderson Center, Seminary Suite
Date Posted: May 7th, 2019

The DMin Program Assistant provides office assistance to Doctor of Ministry Program personnel (office located at ANC). 

Job responsibilities include data entry and department/student file maintenance; office support for various program activities including intensives, oral defenses, and commencement; maintenance of financial records and assistance with student hospitality during intensives. Training provided. Basic office duties include scanning, copying, digital filing, mailing preparation, document management. Competence with Microsoft Office is necessary, including Word and Excel. Office skills and experience is preferred. Organizational and administrative strengths necessary. Self-initiator and motivator important. Must be able to keep sensitive material confidential; must be personable, responsible and reliable. 

This is an excellent opportunity to contribute in another area of the University, engage with doctoral students in the seminary, and grow with a job throughout your time at Bethel. 

Two 2hr shifts per week, year-round option.

Please follow this link to apply: DMin Program Assistant Job Application.

Hours: 4/week
Start Date: May 26th, 2019
End Date: Spring 2020
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour

Library

Job Title: Library Project Student Worker
Contact: Tim Senapatiratne, 651.635.2337, t-senapatiratne@bethel.edu
Location: Seminary Library
Date Posted: June 11th, 2019

This job will focus on completing various library projects. For the summer the project will focus on the library physical inventory. The job requires attention to detail and careful double-checking of work. Willingness to be self-directed a must. The hours will be flexible during the normal work week. There may be the possibility of continuing to work during the school year.

Hours: 10/week
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: August 23rd, 2019
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour


2019 Fall Job Openings

CAS Admissions

Job Title: Admission Ambassador - Tour Guide
Contact: Kae Bjorklund651.635.8727, kae-bjorklund@bethel.edu
Location: Admissions
Date Posted: March 13th, 2019

The Office of CAS Admissions is seeking current enthusiastic Bethel students to provide campus tours for prospective students. Being on the ambassador team requires an enthusiasm to welcome guests on campus, a strong desire to represent Bethel well, and a personality that enjoys working with large groups of people. Responsibilities will include: conducting campus tours to small and large groups, attending chapel with families, and eating meals with prospective students and their families.

Public speaking and storytelling ability, along with willingness to jump right in is strongly desired. Selection will be based on demonstrated interest, schedule availability and experience.

Hours: Varies by Week
Start Date: September 2019
End Date: May 2020
Pay Rate: $9.86/hour

CAS Admissions

Job Title: Admissions Event Team Member
Contact: Lindsay Book651.635.2420, lindsay-book@bethel.edu
Location: CAS Admissions
Date Posted: March 13th, 2019

The Office of CAS Admissions is seeking current Bethel students to work alongside prospective student recruitment events and group visits. The admissions office puts on a variety of events and group visits throughout the year to connect with prospective students and provide resources throughout their college decision process. Being on the Admissions Event Team requires an enthusiasm to welcome guests on campus, a strong desire to represent Bethel well, and a personality that enjoys working with large groups of people. It is strongly preferred that applicants enjoy working behind the scenes and are detail-minded, too. Responsibilities will include: checking in guests for events, speaking on student panels, directing guests around campus, eating meals with guests, and assisting with the planning process of admissions activities.

To apply, please contact Lindsay Book for more information and an application.

Hours: 0-15/week
Start Date: September 3rd, 2019
End Date: May 15th, 2020
Pay Rate: $9.86/hour 

University Advancement

Job Title: Royal Legacy Ambassador
Contact: Maureen Cunningham651.638.6546, m-cunningham@bethel.edu
Location: Bethel University
Date Posted: May 13th, 2019

As a Royal Legacy Ambassador you will support Bethel University’s fundraising efforts which provide vital scholarships and funding needed for current Bethel students as well as future students. Your job will make it possible for students like you to attend Bethel. The Royal Legacy team reaches out to members of the Bethel community to discuss important happenings on campus, invite philanthropy to the Bethel Annual Fund and send messages of gratitude to our donors. A successful Royal Legacy Ambassador is well-spoken, engaging with attention to detail, enjoys communicating with many different people, is self-motivated and fun! Being a Royal Legacy Ambassador will provide you with opportunities to build leadership, decision-making, fundraising, marketing, and professional speaking skills. This role is a great addition to your resume that will be highly regarded when entering the job market.

Hours: 6/week
Start Date: Fall
End Date: Fall
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour 

Campus Store

Job Title: Customer Service
Contact: Jill Sonsteby651.638.6202, jks44888@bethel.edu
Location: Campus Store
Date Posted: May 13th, 2019

Are you are an extrovert that thrives on interaction with others? Perhaps you enjoy accomplishing tasks or taking on new projects. Maybe you've had previous customer service experience. We're looking for individuals that enjoy face to face interaction with others, possess a willingness to learn, accept responsibility well, and enjoy working in a team atmosphere while serving others. Personal integrity, dependability, and punctuality are valued. The ability to lift up to 40 pounds, climb ladders, and stand up to 3 hours during a shift are helpful to the team. Normal work week hours are Monday through Friday, 9 to 5, but working additional select Bethel University events such as Welcome Week, Homecoming, Family Weekend, Festival of Christmas, commencement, and the like are also required. If this description interests you, we look forward to meeting you!

Hours: 4 to 8/week
Start Date: August 25th, 2019
End Date: May 23rd, 2020
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour 

Diversity and Inclusion

Job Title: Cultural Connection Ambassador
Contact: Paul Kong651.283.6107, paul-kong@bethel.edu
Location: Cultural Connection Center
Date Posted: May 28th, 2019

  1. Assist in planning and executing programming, services, and educational development opportunities for Bethel CAS student body. Tasks may include: Reserve meeting rooms or vehicles, place catering orders, advertise & engage.
  2. Provide administrative support to Intercultural Programs department professional staff. Tasks may include: Maintain an inviting atmosphere within the physical space (ensure space is clean, tidy, and fully stocked with necessary supplies and materials), design and compile posters and other print materials.
  3. Create a warm atmosphere that encourages a sense of belonging to those that come into the CCC; welcome and greet students, faculty/staff, and guests.

Hours: 10/week
Start Date: August 18th, 2019
End Date: May 22nd, 2020
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour 

Diversity and Inclusion

Job Title: Peer Empowerment Program Coach
Contact: Pang Moua651.638.6512, pang-moua@bethel.edu
Location: Diversity and Inclusion
Date Posted: May 28th, 2019

  1. Assist in planning and executing PEP’s early arrival orientation (pre-Welcome Week) that allows students to move in early and provides an opportunity to make connections to essential offices and faculty/staff who will be important sources of support in their transition into life at Bethel University.
  2. Provide individualized and holistic peer-to-peer coaching to underrepresented first-year students by offering advice, information, skill development, and advocacy that empowers students to adjust and transition well into college life and thrive.
  3. Plan and execute monthly events that connect students to university resources to promote academic, personal, spiritual, social, and cultural growth.

Hours: 4-5/week
Start Date: August 18th, 2019
End Date: May 22nd, 2020
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour 


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