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School Year - 9:30am-3:00pm
Summer - 9:30am-3:00pm

 

Regular Payroll

Academic Technology Assistant

Job Description:

The Academic Technology Center supports audio visual technology in the classrooms and meeting spaces across campus.  The position includes video recording classes and campus events, video editing and duplication, providing audio visual support for events held on campus, and responding to support calls for help with classroom equipment.

The ATC Assistant position requires excellent customer service skills and reliability along with an interest in developing technical and troubleshooting skills.  You must be able to lift up to 20 pounds.  Scheduling is flexible and requires some evening and weekend hours as well as daytime hours. We will train on specific technology used on campus.  Preference will be given to freshmen and sophomores.

If interested contact Geri Olson at 218-755-2759.

 

Administration

Posted: 7/20/15

Overview:

The offices of the President, Academic Affairs and Student Development and Enrollment are seeking a highly motivated student employee(s) to provide office assistance in our administrative offices.

This is a work-study and/or regular payroll position(s). The maximum hours students can work per week during the academic year is 20 hours and 40 hours during breaks (spring, winter and summer).  Staffing hours are Monday – Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Employment Dates:

Beginning Fall 2015.  Must be able to work during breaks (spring, summer, winter).

Job Duties:

  • Answering and/or placing phone calls and taking detailed messages
  • Receiving, sorting and distributing incoming and outgoing mail
  • Conduct tasks using the Microsoft Office Suite (PC, Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint and Access)
  • Photocopying, scanning, faxing, filing, sorting, shredding, etc.
  • Checking and entering data, updating databases as necessary
  • Monitoring inventory of office supplies
  • Webpage updates/maintenance
  • Keeping administrative area, including conference rooms and workroom, neat and clean.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to prioritize workload from multiple offices
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Discreet when working with confidential information
  • Highly organized, strong attention to detail with a high level of accuracy
  • Problem solving, adaptability and responsibility
  • Strong communication skills – verbal and written
  • Willingness to learn new skills
  • Self-starter, takes initiative, strong work ethic

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Preference will be given to students with work-study funding and prior office experience.

A high level of professionalism (conduct and apparel) is expected for employees in this position.  Interested applicants may obtain an application at the reception desk, third floor Deputy Hall outside of room 306 or by email to: jcarroll@bemidjistate.edu.  Position(s) open until filled.

If you need an accommodation, please contact the Disability Services Office (Bangsberg 101) at (218) 755-3883. If an interpreter is needed, two weeks' notice is requested.

 

Athletics - Event Management Student Leads & Supervisors

Event Management Student Leads and Supervisors for Athletic Contests! Looking for highly motivated student workers who wish to be in a supervisory role. These Student workers are involved in the planning, marketing, set up, supervision of working staff and work directly with our Event Manager and Director of Athletics. Positions available for all sports! The positions available are for either Student Work Study or Student Payroll. Contact Tim Bellew if interested at 755-4108.

 

Athletics - Bucky the Beaver Mascot

Now Hiring students for Bucky the Beaver Mascot. Must be outgoing and willing to interact in a positive manner with children and the public attending BSU Athletic Contests. We are also looking for students who can Ice skate and are willing to work Men’s and Women’s Hockey at the Sanford Center as Bucky the Beaver! The positions are available for both Student Work Study or Student Payroll! Contact Tim Bellew if interested at 755-4108.

 

Athletic Media Relations

Position: Student Video Assistant
Job Description:

The BSU Office of Athletic Media Relations is seeking students with a passion and knowledge of sport who possess video skills to help in the coverage and publicity of the University’s 15 varsity athletic programs. 

The video student assistant will report to the Athletic Media Relations Director and will be responsible for video content for both the athletic department website (www.bsubeavers.com) and its web streamed events, as well as its social media entities on, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, etc.

This individual will be charged with capturing game highlights from various home events throughout the year, and then packaging them together for use on the department website, as well as social media channels. They will also be responsible for managing the department’s live web stream events, including, setup, takedown, as well as monitoring and contributing to social media in game. This individual will also be responsible for a number of video projects in support of the department’s end of the year banquet. Additional duties such as developing feature stories, content for video boards or other video/media needs may be assigned.

Requirements: Proficiency in the operation of video/lighting equipment including cameras and editing software, self-motivated, good written and verbal communication skills, ability to manage projects, research skills, ability to work weekend hours, experience shooting video, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social/new media methods.

Contact: Brad Folkestad, 755-4603, PE203

 

Call Center Representative


The BSU Call Center Representatives raise scholarship funds for BSU by calling alumni and asking them to make a gift to the Lakeside Fund, the general scholarship fund. The Call Center utilizes computerized calling terminals and is located in the lower level of the David Park House (BSU Foundation).
Call Center Representatives serve an important role as the primary point of contact between BSU and a large portion of our alumni, therefore it is critical that they serve as positive ambassadors of BSU.
Responsibilities:

•    Work between 6 and 12 hours per week.
•    Effectively communicate with alumni of BSU to encourage giving to the Lakeside Fund.
•    Be a goodwill ambassador for Bemidji State University.
•    Attend all mandatory-training sessions.
•    Arrive promptly to all assigned calling sessions and follow all policies/procedures of the BSU Call Center.

Reports to:       Director of Annual Giving
Tenure:    The calling center will operate throughout the entire academic year.  Calling will not be scheduled for holidays, semester breaks and for the weeks of finals.
Qualifications:    Working with the Calling Team requires demonstrated excellent oral communications skills.  Successful candidates will be enthusiastic about Bemidji State University and be knowledgeable about the campus and current happenings.

Calling team members should have general computer skills and be comfortable working with computers.  An ability to quickly learn new skills is essential.  Good command of the English language is also required
Evaluation:    Calling Team members will be evaluated on their attendance, oral communication skills, and fund raising and recruitment performance.
Hours:   The Bemidji State University Calling Center hours are:  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 6PM – 9PM

To apply:  e-mail Lisa Hofstad  (755-2872) for an application:


Career Services

Student worker position opening

Graphic design/marketing student :

Create marketing materials for various events our office sponsors- job fairs, workshops, on-campus fairs, etc.  Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and In Design a must.  General computer skills and the ability to learn new skills are essential along with working in a team environment.  Attention to detail and communication / telephone skills are mandatory.

Contact Information:

Angela Schmidt, aschmidt@bemidjistate.edu, 755-2405 or stop by Career Services, Sattgast Hall 207 for additional information and / or to obtain an application.

 

HMU Information Desk Worker

Posted: 5/14/15

Serves as the first point of contact at the Information Desk and performs a variety of tasks that provide support for HMU’s operations & programs.  Daytime, evening and weekend shifts, average 10 hrs./week.  Work Study given first preference.  Applications available at the Hobson Memorial Union Information Desk.

 

Marketing Assistance and Research Solutions (MARS) Student Researcher

Reports to:       Director, Marketing Assistance and Research Solutions (MARS)

Supervises:      Nonsupervisory

Function:         Conduct applied marketing research for MARS clients

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Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Arrives to work on time for scheduled hours
  • Dresses appropriately for all work hours
  • Works well in teams and autonomously
  • Conduct professional work from the MARS center (Mayflower building)
  • Communicate regularly with teammates, the Director and clients
  • Conduct team discussions
  • When appropriate, lead projects
  • Read the MRA Code of conduct
  • Complete the CITI IRB training and certification
  • Work with the client and director to determine the most appropriate research approach
  • Prepare proposals
  • Prepare Institutional Review Board applications
  • Prepare questionnaires
  • Conduct telephone surveys
  • Conduct internet surveys
  • Conduct mail surveys
  • Conduct focus groups
  • Conduct feasibility studies
  • Conduct needs assessments
  • Write research reports
  • Construct questionnaires and discussion guides
  • Use the discussion guides and questionnaires
  • Graph survey and focus group data and other results
  • Create crosstabs to assist in data analysis
  • Prepare formal research reports
  • Prepare and make formal presentation (frequently at the client’s location)
  • Works on creative marketing campaigns (may include, but not limited to: social media marketing, developing marketing collateral (i.e. banners, posters, brochures, etc.), and more
  • When appropriate, students evaluate research results, the current environment and make recommendations
  • Appraise own work at the conclusion of each project

Physical Demands:

  • Work is performed while standing, sitting and/or walking
  • Requires the ability to communicate effectively using speech, vision and hearing
  • Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations
  • Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, reaching
  • Requires the ability to lift, carry, push or pull light weights
  • Requires the ability to drive and hold a valid driver’s license

Education and Experience:

  • Currently enrolled at Bemidji State University
  • Junior or senior student in good academic standing
  • Completed or currently taking BUAD 4467: Marketing Research

Minimum Skills, Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Must possess skills or the ability and openness to quickly develop skills in marketing research
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to ethics standards
  • Advanced computer skills, particularly with the Microsoft Office suite of applications
  • Ability to foster a collaborative, professional, client-oriented working environment
  • Demonstrated record of initiative, problem solving, and adaptability
  • Strong listening, communication, and collaboration skills

Desired Skills, Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Proficiency in marketing research
  • Demonstrated proficiency with electronic and printed reference materials
  • Strong analytical skills, including expertise in research and analysis of data

Cover Letter/Resume, Inquiries and Interest Should be Expressed to:

Dr. Kelly La Venture, Director of Marketing Assistance & Research Solutions

Email: klaventure@bemidjistate.edu

Multiple openings beginning August 2015 through May 2016.

 

Mass Communication

Job Opening: Mass Communication will have openings for equipment checkout workers and students to work sports video and radio station jobs again this year.
Contact: Roger Paskvan, Deputy 215L, 755-3903

 

Nursing Department

Posted: 6/9/15

Job Description: General office duties include greeting visitors and answering phones in a busy office; working on computers using Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher; photocopying; scanning; filing; running errands; light housekeeping; other duties as assigned.  
Requires: Great organizational skills and the ability to initiate and complete tasks; attention to details/accuracy; good customer service skills; computer experience; ability to learn quickly, multi-task and work independently. 

Hours: Minimum of 8 hours/week preferred, during the office hours of 8-4:30, M-F.
To Apply: Complete a Student Worker Application found on the Nursing website http://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/departments/nursing/about/ or in the Nursing Department office on the second floor of Bensen Hall.
Contact: Tracy Goodwin, thgoodwin@bemidjistate.edu, 755-2736, Bensen 220

 

OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING

Position: OCM Student (2 positions available)

Date Posted:

Job Description:

Everyone at Bemidji State University has a story to tell — faculty, staff or students, we all have something about our lives that is interesting and worth sharing. BSU’s Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) is seeking two student workers to help us find those stories and share them with the world.

Our students report to the associate director of communications and marketing and are responsible for a variety of different tasks, including but certainly not limited to helping manage and develop content for the university’s official social media channels, writing news releases and helping us track stories that mention BSU in the media. Our students also help us build graphics for our outdoor message boards and for use on the web.

Students in our office also shoot, edit and produce video content that we use in a variety of different channels, such as the BSU website, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter and Facebook. We also plan for our students to occasionally be assigned shoots of classes, presentations and other on-campus events or activities so our office can develop a library of video footage for use in our projects.

Requirements:

Students from any major or program on campus are welcome to apply for these positions. There are a few things we look for in our student workers. This isn’t a comprehensive list, and if you don’t fit some of these we can teach you. But this will give you a good idea of what we think you’ll need to be successful in these positions.

  • You should have an interest in meeting new people and talking to them about what makes their lives interesting and worth sharing with others.
  • You should have an interest in finding ways for the stories we tell to support the communications and marketing goals of the university.
  • You should be able to function in an environment that has dozens of projects going at any one time and be able to deliver quality work on deadlines — and sometimes under intense pressure from deadlines.
  • You should be comfortable with computers, and we prefer you to have a good working knowledge of Apple computers. We don’t expect you to be experts, but we’re a very technology-focused office and will be expecting you to learn a lot of software.
  • We would love it if you have an interest in the end-to-end process of producing video content, from gathering footage to delivering a final video. We would prefer you to have some existing skills with video editing; we have an editing station with Adobe Premiere.
  • Mostly, we want someone who is willing to learn, someone who will have fun and who will produce professional-quality work for our office.

Does this sound like something you’d want to do? Please contact us, and be prepared to share a resume and a sample of something you’ve written.

You’re going to enjoy working here.

Contact: Val Mason, 755–2041, Deputy Hall 325 OR

Andy Bartlett, 755–2041, jbartlett@bemidjistate.edu, @abart01 on Twitter, Deputy Hall 327

 

Public Safety Officer

The Department of Public Safety is currently in the process of hiring student officers to begin employment spring 2015 with the opportunity for full time hours during the summer.

This employment opportunity is a great resume builder regardless of field, offers a diverse working experience, and gives students an opportunity to help provide a safe and secure learning environment for the Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College communities.

An application can be obtained at the Department of Public Safety office located in the lower level of Walnut Hall or via the Internet at http://bemidjistate.edu/offices/safety/.  Simply go to the About tab, select the Student Employment tab from below, and click the “download an application here” link that is provided on that page.  The application can be submitted to the Department of Public Safety office via person, mail (The Department of Public Safety, 1500 Birchmont Dr. NE, Box #33, Bemidji, MN 56601- 2699), or e-mail (publicsafety@bemidjistate.edu).

Minimum requirements include: Enrolled for a minimum of six credits, GPA of at least 2.0 or higher, no criminal history (background checks are conducted), and a valid driver’s license.

Contact: Aaron Ebbighausen – 218-755-3888

 

Student Center for Health & Counseling

Location:  Bemidji State University, Cedar Hall

Supervisor:  Kristi Reiplinger       

Job Title:  Student Worker/Receptionist

Purpose of Job:  To assist in the daily operation of the Student Center for Health & Counseling.

General Requirements:  Normal work hours (week days).  Ability to undertake and understand the importance of routine daily procedures while maintaining a good working relationship with students and staff.  Strict confidentiality of all records and data pertaining to clients must be kept. 

Duties and Responsibilities:  General reception duties (greeting clients upon entrance to the Clinic taking phone messages, making appointments); filing; running errands; assisting in the Health Education area and assisting with other miscellaneous assignments/events.  The applicant must be able to manage multiple tasks and pay attention to detail.

Equipment Routinely Used:  Telephone, Computer, photocopier, Fax machine, scanner, shredder.

Working Conditions:  The student employee must have the ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty and staff and be capable of handling urgent situations when they present.  Work hours vary from day to day depending upon the availability of the student.  Office hours are 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday when classes are in session.

Contact Kristi Reiplinger, Student Center for Health & Counseling at 218-755-2053, by email at kreiplinger@bemidjistate.edu or you can stop by the Student Center for Health & Counseling located in Cedar, first floor to pick up an application.

TICKET SELLER

Posted: 7/14/15

Job Description:

Ticket sellers needed for athletic and cultural activities on campus.  Must be willing to work evenings and weekends, be punctual and accurate, and interact well with the public.  This position includes selling various tickets at different prices while working at a fast pace.   Math and computer skills are essential.  Number of hours depends on activities held on campus, each event lasting between two to four hours. 

Contact Sharon in the Cashier Office:

Deputy Hall 202, Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

218.755.2045

solson@bemidjistate.edu

 

TRIO/Student Support Services - Peer Tutors

TRIO/Student Support Services is seeking students to tutor other college students in the TRIO program. Tutors are not required to know everything about a subject but must have a desire to help other students learn how to study course material and understand it.  Tutoring is done on a one-on-one basis or in small groups of up to 3 students taking the same class.  Training is provided.

Requirements:

  • Be a sophomore, junior or senior taking at least 6 credits. 
  • Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.8
  • Have received an A or B in the class(es) tutoring, or
  • Be a math education major or have a strong background in math for tutoring math courses.
  • Have good oral communication skills, a positive attitude, and patience.
  • Be self-motivated and dependable.

Hours vary and work with the tutor’s schedule.  All tutoring is done in public spaces on the BSU campus.

Applications are available at

http://www.bemidjistate.edu/students/services/triosss/Tutor%20Application%20Website(3).pdf

or in the TRIO office in 207 Sattgast Hall.

Contact Linda Wolf at 755-2222 or at lwolf@bemidjistate.edu for more information.

 

 

 


 


 

 

 


 

                                      

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 


 


 


 

 


  

 

 

 


 


 

 


 

 



 

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