Jobs for College Students at Ohio University

Jobs for College Students at Ohio University

There are various types of student employment opportunities at Ohio University. Eligibility is determined by completing the online PACE application. Eligible students will have: completed 15 semester hours of coursework, maintained at least a 2.3 cumulative grade point average, demonstrated a need for earnings, pay rate is based on the Federal Minimum Wage or the State of Ohio Minimum Wage, whichever is greater. In this post, we will be taking a gander at available student jobs at Ohio and how to apply.

1. Executive assistants

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In this role, the student will be working with Heritage College which includes but not limited to Executive Dean/Chief Medical Affairs Officer, Dean of Athens, Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief of External Relations, etc. The rate of pay is $19.00 per hour. Responsibilities include supporting the general administrative functions of a wide variety of academic or administrative units including answering phones, greeting/referring/assisting visitors, customers, staff, or others, preparing documents and reports, compiling records, scheduling meetings, organizing and maintaining information, coordinating calendars, analyzing data including budgetary expenditures, and providing high level administrative assistance to executives. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

2. Baker/Front Counter 

picture of a student baker decorating cookies.

In this role, the student will be working with Insomnia Cookies on campus. The rate of pay is $8.70 per hour. Responsibilities include assisting all customers fulfilling orders.  Must have prior customer service experience and a great smile. Baking cookies and taking customer orders in store and for delivery as well as cash handling. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

3. Student Graduate Assistant – Residential

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In this role, the student will be working with the Resident Director on campus. The rate of pay i per hour. Responsibilities include but not limited to coordinating with faculty in residence to document, assess, and report on FIR initiatives. Provide support to FIR for implementation of initiatives, including purchasing of supplies. Collaborate with RDs and Director to design and assess SLE educational plans and initiatives in residence halls. Assist with campus partner collaboration for SLEs and development of new SLEs and so on. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

4. Assistant Producer- Theater

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In this role, the student will be working at the Tantrum theatre on campus. The rate of pay is per hour. The Assistant Producer assists and supports the Producing Director on the planning, scheduling, and delivery of Tantrum Theater productions and programming. The assistant producer provides critical administrative support and initiative in the following areas: supporting all aspects of guest artist and student apprentice relationships; artistic and operational planning and administration; facilitating budget, payroll, and financial management; supporting the strategic planning initiatives of the Tantrum leadership; developing and coordinating special events and other one-time projects; and facilitating staff, guest artist, and student apprentice collaboration and communication under the supervision of the Production Manager. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

5. Team Member (Part Time & Full Time)

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In this role, the student will be working at the Follett corporation off campus. The rate of pay is per hour. This position greets customers, assists customers with inquiries, both in the store and on the phone. Operates the cash register and is responsible for processing all facets of customer transactions in accordance with established processes and policies, with a focus on safe money handling procedures and secure transaction practices. Shelves product and partners to ensure the product is signed and displayed properly. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

6. Kids on Campus After-school Team Leader

After-school team leader and a child.

The rate of pay is $8.30 per hour. Duties include: help deliver engaging, hands-on enrichment activities to children and teenagers in the afterschool program. Assist children with academic work. Monitor children’s progress toward stated goals under the direction of a supervisor. Provide a safe and productive environment in which children can learn and grow etc. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

7. Retail Sales Associate

A pet store retail sales associate

In this role, the student will be working at PETSMART off campus. The rate of pay is per hour. Duties include: creating sincere connections with pet parents and welcoming them (and their pets!) to the store, facilitate an easy check out process as a cashier and ensure that they found everything they needed. Ensure the safety of all living pets our stores—including fish, reptiles, birds, and small animals. You’ll be their family until they get a family of their own; you’ll help to keep them healthy, clean, and well fed! You’ll also engage with pet parents to provide them with the best solutions specifically for their pets. Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

8. Internship- Quality Engineer

A quality engineering student enjoying his job.

In this role, the student will be working at Quidel Corporation off campus. Duties include: Assessing capability and conduct gap analysis of the process by identifying Critical to Quality (CTQ) attributes. – Review the process in detail, focusing on the consideration of design for manufacturability. – Document process layout, communication channels, and training structure. – Identify gaps in the process and opportunities for improvement. – Review existing related nonconformance/failure modes and trending information. – Apply Quality improvement tools for problem-solving. – Provide a feasible proposal for solutions to minimize potential process issues. At the completion of the internship, the intern will be responsible for providing a presentation that describes their contributions to the QA team . Applicants may apply by visiting the  PACE Website.

9.  OneClass Online job opportunities

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