Working as a student employee for OSD and our related offices is a great way to get involved on campus. There's a variety of different positions, including office assistants, publications assistants, conduct board, and programming assistants.
The Office of Student Development seeks dedicated, committed individuals who are willing to exercise leadership and make an impact on the Marquette campus community. Each year hundreds of programs and services are designed by students and staff of the Office to encourage active student involvement, foster a lifelong ethic of service, and enhance student leadership. YOU can help make those things happen! In addition to the opportunity to make a difference on campus and in the surrounding community, the Office of Student Development also helps student employees gain excellent job skills and experience - leadership, communication, teamwork, critical thinking, problem solving, program development, and the opportunity to meet and interact with diverse populations.
Applications will be available starting on Tuesday January 19th. Check back then for the link to the application!
Information sessions will be held to learn more about each position & to answer any questions. Dates & times are TBA.
Available positions for the 2016-2017 school year:
Please know these positions may be changed or updated between now and January 19th.
Program Assistant for Conduct Programs
Responsible for assisting with aspects of the student conduct process, including case creation, conduct case records, the student conduct board process, and assisting with assessment and data analysis as needed. The student filing this position should have an overall interest in addressing student needs and integrity in the Marquette community and must maintain complete confidentiality. Approximately 10hrs/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here for the full job description.
Program Assistant for Community Service
Responsible for assisting with all aspects of implementing a comprehensive community service program, including planning and facilitation of campus-wide community service programs, transportation, volunteer recognition, reflection training, educational programs and outreach to community service organizations and community agencies. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here for the full job description.
Program Assistant for Greek Life
Responsible for assisting the Greek Advisor with all aspects of advising the chapters and governing organizations which comprise the Greek community, including information management, promoting Greek organizations activities and enhancing the leadership development, scholarship, and service goals of fraternities and sororities. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here for the full job description.
Program Assistant for Late Night Programming
The Program Assistant for Late Night Programming is responsible for assisting with the creation and implementation of Late Night programs at Marquette University. The Program Assistant for Late Night Programming is responsible for developing a comprehensive calendar of Late Night events, reserving event and publicity space, working with entertainers and agencies to book entertainment, and collaborating with the Program Assistant for Late Night Marketing to promote Late Night programs. Click here to see the full job description.
Programming Assistant for Late Night Marketing
Responsible for assisting with the publicity and promotion of Late Night programs at Marquette University. The Program Assistant for Late Night Marketing is expected to envision a comprehensive marketing plan for Late Night Marquette, manage publicity strategies to create campus-wide knowledge of Late Night programs, and collaborate with other offices and student organizations in planning, publicizing, and executing Late Night programs. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here to see the full job description.
Program Assistant for Leadership Programs
Responsible for assisting with creating and implementing a comprehensive leadership development program at Marquette, including the development of leadership publications, the collection and maintenance of leadership resources and assisting in the design and presentation of leadership programs, seminars, and workshops. Serves as a facilitator for the Students Taking Active Roles (S.T.A.R.) Program. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here to see the full job description.
Program Assistant for Student Organizations
Responsible for assisting with the management of recognized student organizations, consulting with new organizations, assisting organizations with Marquette Involvement Link, maintaining a student organizations blog and coordinating organizational leadership development opportunities. Approximately 10 hours/week, $8.60 per hour. Click here to see the full job description.
Program Assistant for Annex Programming
The Programming Assistant reports directly to the Coordinator for Leadership Programming and Student Involvement. An outgoing personality and ability to speak to groups in a social setting is required. Responsibilities include: hosting and preparing for Annex late night programs such as Team Trivia, Pop Quiz and Bingo. Team Trivia and Pop Quiz occur approximately every other Thursday night at 9pm and Bingo roughly every other Wednesday night at 10pm. Additional programming responsibilities available through events at the AMU and Annex. Office hours required for event preparation and some night and weekend availability needed, approximately 6-10 hours per week, $8.60 per hour. Click here to see the full job description.
New position available!
Wellness Peer Educator - Marquette University Medical Clinic
The Wellness Peer Educator is a student staff position in the Marquette University Medical Clinic (MUMC). The Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention and Education Programs directly supervises the Wellness Peer Educator. The Wellness Peer Educator serves as a member of the peer education teams and is responsible for assisting with all aspects of creating and implementing a comprehensive wellness program at Marquette, including the development of social norms messaging, educational publications, designing and presenting prevention and wellness-based programs and presentations, and assisting with assessment and data analysis as needed. The student filing this position should have an overall interest in shaping a healthier and safer Marquette community. Click here to see the full job description.