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2018-19 Fall/Winter Job Openings

Confrence and Events Technical Services

Job Title:  Confrence and Events AV Tech
Contact:  Kerri Baker, 651.638.6239, bakker@bethel.edu
Location:  Benson Great Hall
Date Posted:  August 31,2018

We are looking to hire students who are interested in working with events here on campus. With this position you will have the opportunity to not only helps set-up for events, but to help run the event tech needs including Lighting, Video, Sound and stage design. The job responsibilities will also include maintaining the equipment, cleaning and organizing spaces as needed to be ready for an event.

Contact Kerri if interested.

Hours: 15/week
Start Date: 9/1/2018
End Date: 5/25/2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hr

Facilities Management

Job Title:  Grounds Crew
Contact:  Josh Gerth, 651.329.9652, j-gerth@bethel.edu
Location:  St. Paul Campus
Date Posted:  August 31, 2018

Facilities Management is hiring for the Grounds crew. Students will assist the Grounds staff with campus lawn care, general grounds cleanup, athletic field maintenance, landscaping projects, roads maintenance and various campus projects and tasks. Applicants who have experience operating lawn care and farm equipment or enjoy doing physical outdoor work are encourage to apply. Work shifts are available Monday-Friday during daylight hours. Apply using our online application or pick up an application at the Facilities Management office, HC-100.

Hours: Varies
Start Date: 9/1/2018
End Date: 5/25/2019
Pay Rate: $10/hr

Safety & Security

Job Title:  Community Service Officer
Contact:  Cynthia Schreder, cynthia-schreder@bethel.edu 
Location:  HC103 (All Bethel University St. Paul locations will be patrolled.)
Date Posted:  August 20, 2018

Campus Security and Safety is looking to hire Community Service Officers. Responsibilities include: patrolling campus, monitoring access into campus at night, answering phones, monitoring surveillance and alarm systems. Potential officers must be willing to work some overnight shifts. The position pays $10.50 per hour and officers work between 12-20 hours per week. If you are interested in being a part of the team, visit the Safety and Security site for more information.

Hours: 16/week
Start Date: As soon as possible
End Date: 5/25/2019
Pay Rate: $10.50/hour

Supervised Ministry and Student Assessment (San Diego)

Job Title:  Student Worker
Contact:  Natalie Hendrickson, 619.325-5229. natalie-hendrickson@bethel.edu
Location:  Bethel Seminary San Diego
Date Posted:  August 20, 2018

The student worker is a support person to function in partnership with the departmental administrative assistant to facilitate correspondence with students, supervised ministry placement sites, and network with denominational and ministry organizations; assist with events (e.g., supervised ministry orientations, ministry panels, ministry development events, etc.), maintenance of manuals and brochures (print or electronic media), and student learning outcomes data processing; assist in maintaining appropriate content on the BSSD sections of the Supervised Ministry trans-regional website. Maintain database list of participating placement churches. Maintain database tracking of student internship work, ordination/licensing, and ministry placement. Facilitate correspondence and follow-up with ministry placement sites regarding internship or job postings that are managed through Bethel’s web services.

Hours: 5 hrs/week
Start Date:  September, 2018
End Date:  May 31, 2019
Pay Rate: $11.50/hour

CAS Admissions

Job Title:  Admissions Bethel Host Team Member
Contact:  Laura Gilleland, 651.638.6026, undergrad-admissions@bethel.edu
Location:  Office of Admissions
Date Posted:  August 15, 2018

The Office of Admissions is hiring Bethel Host Team Members to host prospective students overnight during their campus visits. This is a pivitol part of the college search process for many guests, so we are looking for hosts who are hospitable, passionate about Bethel, and can make individuals feel at home on campus. As a host, you will welcome prospective students to campus and have them stay overnight in your room for individual visits and events. This job requires 4-8 blackout dates throughout the school year, in which you are required to host. These dates will be given upon hiring.

Freshman in first year residence halls are encouraged to email undergrad-admissions@bethel.edu for an application and attend an information session the first week of class to learn more.

Hours: Varies
Start Date:  September 24, 2018
End Date:  May 25, 2019
Pay Rate: Stipend

Facilities Management

Job Title:  Student Custodian (Males Only)
Contact:  Beth Dischinger, 612.597.0591, edischin@bethel.edu
Location:  3900 buildings
Date Posted:  August 15, 2018

Looking for a male student who likes to be active and has attention to detail to tidy and restock the men's restrooms T/TH afternoons from 11:30 to 2:30 or 12:00 to 3:00. Also assist with collecting hallway trash. One Saturday shift per semester required.

Hours: 6/week
Start Date:  August 27, 2018
End Date:  May 24, 2019
Pay Rate: $10/hour

Marketing and Communications

Job Title:  Web Content Student Worker
Contact:  Emily Johnson, 651.638.6171, ej-johnson@bethel.edu
Location:  Anderson Center - 5 West
Date Posted:  August 6, 2018

Get an inside look into all things “Bethel University” online. Web Content Student Workers assist the Marketing and Communications team in maintaining the Bethel website and work on projects to make the site even better.

Some things that you can expect to help with:
- Responding to faculty and staff requests regarding updates and changes to the website 
- Approving changes made to the website by web authors 
- Making changes to bethel.edu in our content management system (cms)
- Creating and editing online forms

As a Web Content Student Worker, you will expand your knowledge of web management (an area that is becoming more and more relevant in every job field), as well as increase your skills in customer relations and problem solving.

If interested, please fill out the online application.

Hours: 12-15/week
Start Date:  September 24, 2018
End Date:  May 25, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour
Transportation:  Will need your own transportation or can ride shuttle.

CAS Admissions

Job Title:  STARS Student Callers
Contact:  Bret Hyder, 651.638.6438, bret-hyder@bethel.edu
Location:  Townhouse N at 3900 
Date Posted:  July 18, 2018

The Admissions Office is looking for students who are passionate about talking with prospective students over the phone. This is a great job that works in a fun and productive atmosphere. Students must be willing to work Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5-8pm. Students will make approximately 100 phone calls per night and will receive training on recording pertinent information from the phone calls. 

This job is awesome because you learn the following skills:
* Ability to talk to a variety of people
* Opportunity to work on a team
* Hands-on use of Salesforce, one of the top CRMs in the entire world
* Great exposure to other jobs in the Admissions Office

If interested, complete application.

Hours: 6/week
Start Date:  August 28, 2018
End Date:  May 20, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour

BUILD Program

Job Title:  BUILD Job Mentor
Contact:   Ryan Anderson, 651.635.8799, ryan-anderson@bethel.edu
Location:  Varies
Reposted Date:  June 11, 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:  August 19, 2018
End Date:  May 25, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour

Office Campus Programs and International Studies

Job Title:  Community Service Workstudy/ Literacy Leaders
Contact:  Tanden Brekke, 651.635.8693, t-brekke@bethel.edu
Location:  St. Paul MN
Date Posted:  May 9, 2018

Literacy Leaders is a great way for Bethel Students to go out into the community, service, and get paid at the sametime. Tutors will be placed to work at one of two sites in the community, which are Maxfield Magnet School, Central Community Services. 

While working with youth at the tutoring sites in the Frogtown/Summit-U. community, tutors lives are enriched. The Literacy Leaders enhance the lives of the youth in the community through mentoring, friendship, and academic support. The Literacy Leaders program is funded by Federal work-study grants. This program is open to Bethel students who are eligible for work-study.

During tutoring, you will tutor students from 1st grade to age 21. You will be tutoring at either elementary schools, churches, or alternative high schools. It is important to be committed to this job because the students will be depending on you for their tutoring needs.

Hours: 3-8/week
Start Date:  September 10, 2018
End Date:  May 17, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour
Transportation Needed:  This job is located off campus in the Frogtown neighborhood in St. Paul.

University Advancement

Job Title:  Royal Legacy Ambassador
Contact:  Maureen Cunningham651.638.6546, m-cunningham@bethel.edu
Location:  Bethel Townhouse Offices and Anderson Center
Date Posted:  Updated August 1, 2018

Want to make a difference that will leave a legacy? As a Royal Legacy Ambassador you will support Bethel's fundraising efforts. Your job will make it possible for students like you to attend Bethel. 

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. 

• Confidently call donors, alumni, parents, and friends of Bethel. Make meaningful connections. Update contact information. Appreciate their generosity. Ask for financial contributions. Invite to events.
• Fulfill and send coffee club mug orders.
• Write handwritten thank you notes to donors.
• Handle personal donor information confidentially.
• Attend training sessions and continually be open to growth. 
• Have fun!

Hours: 6/week
Start Date:  August 2018
End Date:  May 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour
Transportation:  Work is mainly done at the Bethel Townhouse Offices. Students can use shuttle to get to Anderson Center for additional work hours

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