Available Student Jobs
Job postings will be updated regularly to bring you the latest information on positions available on campus.
Please see Lori Ferguson in the Academic Affairs Office, located on the first floor of Wallace Hall, or phone 309-457-2325.
Seeking student employees for the position of Scot Ambassador. Scot Ambassadors support the Admission Office with new student recruitment by positively and enthusiastically representing the college to prospective students and their families.
Duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Communicate with prospective students and their families via phone, text, email, social media, and written mail
- Lead campus tours for prospective students and their families individually and in groups
- Participate in student panels for in-person and virtual events
- Occasional Scots Call nights
- Occasional Saturday events (set up, mingling, tours, escorts, panels, clean up)
- Data entry and other miscellaneous office work
- Excellent communication skills
- Enthusiasm for Monmouth College
- Must be able to give walking tours of campus
- May need to lift items up to 15 lbs.
Work Study is preferred but not required.
For full position description and to apply, go to Scot Ambassador Application
Please contact the Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, Jordan Scherpe-Lencioni.
Please contact Assistant Professor Janis Wunderlich.
- GAME DAY WORKERS - Multiple jobs available for upcoming home athletic events. Jobs available for Men’s and Women’s Soccer matches, Volleyball games and Football games this Fall. For more information and to apply please contact Heather Turnquist.
- INTRAMURALS - We want to bring intramurals back and we are looking for highly motivated student (s) to take over the leadership in this program. This student (s) would work closely with an Athletic staff member to set up schedules and would be asked to oversee each program. We are seeking a student (s) that is well-organized, has a strong work ethic and a good knowledge of sports. For more information and to apply please contact Heather Turnquist.
- LIFEGUARD - Positions are available at the Pepper Natatorium. Must have proper certification with you. Afternoon, evening and weekend shifts available. For more information and to apply please contact Jake Dacus.
WELLNESS - We are looking for enthusiastic, friendly employees with communication skills and a great work ethic that are committed to delivering quality service and feel comfortable working as a team.
For full position description and to apply, go to Monmouth College Wellness.
- SPORTS INFORMATION - Multiple jobs available this school year for all sporting events, from game management and stats to home broadcasts and game production. Positions available include: Live Stats, Clock Management, Game Management, Graphic Design, Video Editing, Social Media, Writing, PA Announcer, Play By Play Announcer, Video Camera Operations, Live Stream Producer/Director, Photographer, Sports knowledge is not a requirement. But, a positive attitude and working well with others. To apply contact Nathan Baliva or by phone at 309-457-2322.
Apply in person at the Aramark Office in the Stockdale Center.
- Stockdale Center Manager seeking experienced students. Previous experience in an office environment is preferred, not required. Training will be provided. Work Study preferred, not required.
Scots Cruisers Bicycle Mechanics are needed to maintain and repair the Scots Cruisers Bicycles. Mechanic works
roughly 2 hours a week, but depends on Cruiser needs. Mechanic will be trained, however bicycle knowledge is preferred. Work Study preferred, not required.
- Student Driver positions are available during campus breaks to drive shuttles to airport and train station, car and van shuttles. Must complete driving background check and hold a valid Driver’s License to be an approved driver. Van drivers must be 21 years of age. Work Study preferred, not required.
- Audio-Visual Services is seeking motivated students to assist with campus events sound and lighting. AV experience preferred, but not necessary. Training will be provided. Work Study preferred, not required.
Applications are available in the Office of Campus Events, Stockdale Center or Stockdale@monmouthcollege.edu.
- The Physical Plant is looking for someone interested in a maintenance position. Duties to include but not limited to: grounds maintenance, battery changing, light preventative maintenance and changing light bulbs. Applicant must have their own transportation to and from 900 N. Main Street. Hours available are: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM. Applicant must have valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
- (Position filled) Physical Plant is looking for someone interested in a clerical position. Duties would include entering work orders, making copies, filing and other office duties. Applicant must have their own transportation to and from 900 N. Main Street
To arrange an interview, contact Jeanne Blust or by phone
Mail Room Assistants are needed for Campus Services. Applicants must hold valid driver’s license with good driving record.
Please contact Tracey Bigger or by phone 309-457-2126.
We are excited to start working on a new project, and you’re still on time to join our team. We are looking for 2 - 3 outgoing, hard-working, and passionate individuals who will get new experiences and improve their set of skills. Latinx students are VERY especially encouraged to apply. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with Professor Francisco Angeles for more information.
Chemistry Lab Assistant
Please contact Professor Audra Goach or by phone at 309-457-2252
- Looking for one more more student to work as a Departmental Student Assistant on assorted projects for the faculty of Classics and occasionally for other departments served by the Wallace Hall secretary. Duties are making copies, scanning documents, constructing and updating the Classics bulletin boards, help with mailings, running on-campus errands, handling research and other professional tasks for faculty members. Seeking agreeable, dependable and an all-around good assistant to the secretary in lower level Wallace Hall
- Looking for one or more students to work as a Latin and/or Greek Tutors The job requires the following duties: Tutor students at all levels of Latin and/or Greek; When there is no demand for tutoring, do the following tasks: Work on assorted projects for the faculty of Classics (and occasionally for other departments served by the Wallace basement secretary.
If you qualify for 4 - 8 hours of work study… The Office of College Relations has positions open which deal directly with the maintenance of Alumni and Development Records. Applicants need to be able to work independently performing detailed work. They must possess good writing skills, computer skills, attention to detail, dependable and maintain a high level of confidentiality. Other office duties would be assigned as needed.
To apply, please contact Director of Alumni and Development Records, Sherrie Brooks
Looking for one or more students to work on a variety of projects for the faculty. The job will include making copies, typing, filing, running errands on campus and sometime special department related projects. Seeking helpful, dependable and fun individuals. Experience with spreadsheets or creating web pages is helpful, but not essential.
Please contact Trudi Peterson, Chair of the Communication Studies Department
The Marketing and Communications Office is seeking students with skills and experience in the areas of:
- Social media content creation and management
- Video live streaming of events
- Writing copy for news releases
- Photography at events
- Photo and video file management
Students with an interest/major in marketing, communications, public relations, social media management, photography, videography, and more are encouraged to apply. We have multiple positions available and will place interested students into a role based on best fit. However, we will also need students to be cross-functional and willing to learn new skills as necessary. We will provide training and guidance but will ask students to work independently. Students will be able to work between 5-10 hours per week, with hours varying from week to week based on event schedules and needs.
The hours are flexible to fit student schedules and will require daytime, evening and weekend hours depending upon the event.
Please contact Katelyn Hill, Director of Digital Media, for more information and to schedule an interview.
We are looking to fill a couple of positions working with and assisting faculty. On-duty times will be arranged at the time of hire.
Please contact Professor Craig Vivian
Looking for a student to pick up meals from Aramark and deliver to students in need. Position is available 7 days a week. Shifts are from 11 - 12 noon daily. Applicant must qualify for Federal Work Study.
Please contact Office of Residence Life for an application.
Looking for 1 student to help establish and develop global opportunities.
Please email resume/CV and statement of purpose to:
Chris Johnston, Director of Global Engagement
Student assistant position at the circulation desk.
To apply, please go to the Hewes Library to complete an application.
- IS Office assistant
Noon – 1:00 pm, Monday - Friday; covering lunch hour in the office located in Hewes Library
- Assistant Hardware Tech - picking up computers in office and labs, and other hardware to be brought back to our office. Maintain equipment inventory. Other light duties as necessary.
Please contact Patte Shallenberger in the Information Systems Office (located in the lower level of the Hewes Library) or phone her at 309-457-2110
Seeking a hard-working Media Manager to work 3-4 hours a week. Excellent writing, strong organizational abilities, social media skills, and plenty of energy and enthusiasm are a must. We prefer, but not require computer graphic design. This job aims to reach specific goals, not general office duties.
Please contact Professor Francisco Ángeles
Looking for students with an interest in historic preservation and archiving. The student-worker will learn about the Monmouth College Archives, keep track of the supplies as they are used, and assist with various projects, including filing. You must be able to work independently and alone. Above all, you must be trustworthy!
Seeking talented and hard-working individuals with a deep knowledge of and appreciation for music to provide a variety of clerical, public relations, and recruiting services relating to the administration of the academic and performance components of the department. The ability to read music is required.
Contact Associate Professor, Tim Pahel
Seeking a student to work 4-6 hours a week to assist with office traffic, phone calls and other administrative tasks. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail a must.
Please contact Office Coordinator, Heather Fisher or stop by the Office of Student Affairs located in Poling Hall, room 123.
The Physics Dept. is looking for an Office Assistant/Lab Cleaner, and Lab Assistants for Astronomy and Introductory Physics Applicants for the Lab Assistant positions must have experience i.e. have taken or be taking the Introductory Physics sequence (Physics 130 and/or Physics 132 and/or Physics 134)
Please contact Dr. Chris Fasano or stop by his office is in CSB, room 154
Secretarial support in the Center for Science and Business building. Student employee will assist Head Secretary to the faculty in an array of duties.
Please contact Secretary, Nancy St. Ledger at 309/457-2351 or see her in CSB, room 393
Position duties include filing for approximately four hours per week.
Please send resume and availability schedule to
Kelly Woods, Accounts Payable Specialist
- Social Media Publicity for Theatre Productions: Applicants should be well-versed in all popular social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, Tik Tok, etc. Applicants should also have strong command of English spelling, grammar, and syntax (i.e. be able to write professionally). Applicants must also have access to a smart phone with a reliable camera that can capture still images and videos. Under the direction of the Chair of the Department of Theatre, primary job duties include: 1) attending meetings with production teams to gain knowledge about each production’s overall publicity strategies, 2) stopping into rehearsals twice per week to take photographs and videos, 3) managing the Department of Theatre’s social media accounts to promote productions, and 4) being connected on social media with all cast members so that posts can be shared. Applicants must qualify for Federal Work Study. Please contact Vanessa Campagna to arrange an interview.
- Theatre Scene Shop Applicants should have competency in the use of standard hand and power tools. Applicants who have taken shop classes in high school and/or assisted with building projects at their homes or in their communities are encouraged. Applicants with experience in basic paining (i.e. painting a wall, not necessarily detailed art paining) and A/V work (sound, projection, CueLab, etc.) are also encouraged to apply. Under the direction of the Scene Shop Manager, primary job duties include: 1) communicating with the designer and technical director, 2) assisting with scenic construction and/or paining, and 3) assisting with maintenance of scene shop cleanliness. Applicants must qualify for Federal Work Study. Please contact Doug Rankin to arrange an interview.
- Theatre Costumers Applicants should have competency in the use of a standard home sewing machine, basic hand sewing (hems, buttons, etc.), ironing, and doing laundry. Applicants with experience in sewing garments from commercial patterns are especially encouraged to apply. Under the direction of the Costume Shop Manager, primary job duties include: 1) assisting with the construction, alteration, and labeling of costumes, 2) doing laundry for productions, and 3) assisting with restocking costume items as needed. Other duties may be assigned. Applicants must qualify for Federal Work Study. Please contact Rebecca (Becky) Bean to arrange an interview.
Seeking reliable, organized and professional individuals to fill Career Assistant positions. such as
• Educate and advise others on career services and programs
• Provide initial critiques of resumes and cover letters
• Assist in development, coordination and management of programs and events
• Build and maintain professional relationships with constituents
• Execute administrative tasks, including data collection, copying, filing, preparing mailings, etc.
Please contact Marnie Dugan, Director of Wackerle Career and Leadership Program