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2018-19 Fall/Winter Job Openings

BUILD Program

Job Title:  BUILD Job Mentor
Contact:  651.635.8799, build-program@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

Nursing Department

Job Title:  Student Office Worker
Contact:  Rita Haglund, 651.638.6110, r-haglund@bethel.edu
Location:  Nursing department workroom
Date Posted:  May 23, 2018

The Nursing department is looking for a non-nursing major (freshman or sophomore student) to assist department faculty and staff. Job duties include: typing detailed material, data entry, copying, researching, filing, scanning documents, proctoring exams, distribution of information to nursing students, and a wide variety of other tasks.
Student needs to have strong computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It is helpful if they have experience using the library system but not required. Other skills/qualities: dependable, good organizational and administrative skills, attention to detail, accurate, self-directed, able to work independently. Student must be able to handle confidential information appropriately. Application can be picked up in the Nursing Department HC201 at the front desk. If questions, contact Rita Haglund via email.

Hours: 6/week
Start Date:  August 27, 2018
End Date:  May 24, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour


Job Title:  Shuttle Driver
Contact:  Josiah Williams, 651.638.6400, josiah-williams@bethel.edu
Location:  3900 Bethel Drive
Date Posted:  May 23, 2018

Bethel Shuttle drivers provide our community with ease of movement around our campus, to/from the Anderson Center, and to various off-site locations.Contact Joshiah directly if interested.
Hours: varies/week
Start Date:  August 2018
End Date:  May 2019
Pay Rate: $10.25/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:  Adel Irwin, 651.638.6990, a-irwin@bethel.edu
Location:  Bethel Townhouse Offices and Anderson Center
Date Posted:  May 9, 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:  Fall 2018
End Date:  Spring 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

Campus Store

Job Title:  Customer Service
Contact:  Jill Sonsteby, 651.638,6202, jks44888@bethel.edu
Location:  Campus Store
Date Posted:  May 2, 2018

The Campus Store is hiring for the 2018/2019 academic school year. Your priority will be to assist customers, perform cashiering duties, maintain merchandise presentation, and help complete non sell tasks. You must possess a desire to serve others, willingness to learn, and demonstrate personal integrity. Dependability, punctuality, and taking personal initiative are valued. You may be required to lift up to 40 pounds, climb ladders, and stand for up to 3 hours at a time. You will need to be available to work select Saturdays and evenings to support special Bethel University events, sports activities, commencement, and the like. It is important to be able to begin working Welcome Week to serve our new and returning students. No experience is necessary, however, if you possess a heart to serve, and a willingness to learn, you may be a great fit for the Campus Store!

Hours: 5-8/week
Start Date:  August 20, 2018
End Date:  May 25, 2019
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour

2018 Spring/Summer Job Openings

Off-Campus Programs/International Studies

Job Title:  Summer Global Ambassador
Contact:  Melanie Eslinger, 651.638.6492, m-eslinger@bethel.edu
Location:  CC320A
Date Posted:  May 30, 2018

Assist with special projects such as updating website, developing study abroad program and scholarship directories, and marketing initiatives. Provide front desk operations with clerical office duties including answering telephones, filing, stocking supplies and materials, operating copier, and passport camera. Assist staff in coordinating office procedures or activities. Follow up with student paperwork and take passport photos. 

Computer, phone, printer/copier, passport camera and printer

Preferred skills in writing and graphic design. Experience with creating Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets. Enthusiasm, creativity, and an advertising/marketing mindset are a plus! Responsible, organized, detail-oriented with the ability to work independently while handling multiple projects. Maintain confidentiality and act in a professional manner with minimal supervision. Previous international experience preferred, but not required.

Apply here:

Hours: 20-30/week
Start Date:  June 1, 2018
End Date:  August 24, 2018
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour
Transportation:  Yes


Job Title:  Shuttle Driver
Contact:  Josiah Williams, 651.638.6400, josiah-williams@bethel.edu
Location:  3900 Bethel Drive
Date Posted:  May 23, 2018

Monday though Friday. Full and part-time positions available. Contact Joshiah directly if interested.

Hours: 40/week
Start Date:  May 28, 2018
End Date:  August 25, 2018
Pay Rate: $10.25/hour

Teaching and Learning Technology

Job Title:  Summer Classroom Technician
Contact:  Rick Selin, 651.638.6146, rselin@bethel.edu
Location:  Bethel University St. Paul
Date Posted:  May 2, 2018

Primary Duties include:

  • In classroom preventative maintenance
  • Instructor Teaching Center disassemble/assemble
  • Respond to Just-in-Time calls as needed
  • Assist with other projects as assigned

Contact Rick is interested.

Hours: 40/week
Start Date:  May 28, 2018
End Date:  August 31, 2018
Pay Rate:  $9.65/hr

Off-Campus Programs and International Studies

Job Title:  Bethel-FSU Partnership Student Worker
Contact:  Tanden Brekke, 651.635.8023, t-brekke@bethel.edu
Location:  St. Paul
Date Posted:  March 28, 2018

These position will work with Community organizations on a variety of projects. These projects will include youth development programming, Urban farming, administrative tasks, and event planning. 

Involvement or knowledge of the Bethel University community preferred
Respectfulness and ability to work in a racially, economically, socially, and religiously diverse environment
Ability to communicate well with others
Ability to work independently and autonomously
Flexibility and adaptability in a community environment with varying approaches to time
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and social media outlets

Hours: 15/week
Start Date:  June 1, 2018
End Date:  August 17, 2018
Pay Rate: $9.65/hour
Transporation:  Yes, student will need to provide own transportation. This position will work with the Bethel FSU Community Partnership in the Frogtown and Summit-University neighborhoods in St. Paul

Security & Safety

Job Title:  Shuttle Van Driver
Department:  Security & Saftey
Contact:  Zach Hill, 651.638.6400
Location: Office of Security & Safety

Bethel's Shuttle Service is hiring for spring semester!

Key responsibilities include: safe operation of a large passenger vehicle (occasionally during inclement weather); providing on-time transportation of Bethel community members on and off campus; maintaining documentation logs; keeping vehicles fueled and clean. Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision. Must have had a U.S. driver's license for a minimum of 3 full years. Requires a good driving record.

Applicants with previous experience driving 12-passenger vans or larger, or those already possessing a DOT Medical Examiner's Certificate will be given priority.  

Apply online:  http://goo.gl/forms/PSKQIxN47J

Hours: 3-20 hours/week
Start Date:  February 2018
End Date: May 26, 2018
Pay Rate: $9.70/hour
Date Posted: February 9, 2018


Job Title:  Housing Mentor
Contact:  Katie Lane, 651.635.8799, k-lane@bethel.edu
Location:  3900 Bethel Dr
Date Posted:  January 22, 2018

Support BUILD students in developing independence with home living skills including self-care, home management (laundry, cleaning, etc.), weekly meal planning and preparation, social/community participation. Remind students to complete skills on individual Home Living/Self-care checklists. Two housing mentors will be hired as live-in support for each floor/suite/apartment and will alternate days/weekends on duty. Housing mentor will also serve as primary contact for conflict resolution or crisis management. Housing mentor will include RA and RD to help with conflict or crisis management, if needed. Attend weekly mentor meetings and complete weekly reports. Other duties as assigned.

If interested in applying, please complete our online application.

Hours: 1 weeknight Mon-Thurs and 1 weekend a month, which averages 18 hours per week
Start Date:  August 20, 2018 (This job is for the 2018/2019 academic year)
End Date:  May 25, 2019
Pay Rate:  Stipend

Security & Safety

Job Title:  Security Officer
Contact:  Zachary Hill, 651.638.6400, z-hill@bethel.edu
Location:  HC103 (All Bethel University St. Paul locations will be patrolled.)
Date Posted:  December 20, 2017

Campus Security and Safety is looking to hire student 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 $10.20 per hour and officers work between 12-20 hours per week. If you are interested in being a part of the Security and Safety team, please stop by HC103 to apply.

Hours: 16/week
Start Date: As soon as possible
End Date: 5/26/2018
Pay Rate: $10.20/hour

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