Student Job Board

 

Important: Southern participates in the government program E-verify. (more information|para informacio) Southern Adventist University requires all students to visit the Human Resource Department to complete new hire paperwork after they have been hired, and before the start of the first day of work:

Custodian / Janitor - GREAT PAY

Location/Department: Talge

Description/Duties: Clean an assigned area of Talge Hall, may include toilets, showers, sweep & mop floors or stairs, kitchens, laundry rooms, vacuuming, windows, take out trash, etc.

Qualifications: Male (this is the Men's residence hall), available 2 consecutive hours between 9 am and 5 pm every day Monday through Friday, or 4 hrs on Tues/Fri or Mon/Thur. Must be reliable and punctual.
Hours: Flexible. Must work 2 hours a day Monday through Friday between 9am and 5 pm and Four hours every other Sunday beginning at 10 am. Or must work 4 consecutive hours Monday & Thursday or Tuesday & Friday.

Pay Rate: TBD

Contact Name: Carol E Plank
Email: cplank@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423-236-2297
Other: stop by the Talge office and pick up an application

Office Assistant

Location/Department: Lynn Wood Hall, Room 1089

Description/Duties: This position will mostly involve keeping our office area clean and some light office work, such as data entry or assisting the Office Manager with small projects.

Qualifications: This person must...

Be punctual and reliable

Be responsible and trustworthy

Be efficient, with good work ethics

Be willing to learn new tasks

Have good customer service skills

Protect confidentiality, at all times

Hours: 4 hours per week, during specific office hours

Pay Rate: Based on Southern's pay scale

Contract: Regina Bailey

Email:reginabailey@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2838

Office help

Locations/Department: Counseling & Testing

Description/Duties: Janitorial, errands, light office work

Qualifications: Good work ethic, attention to detail, responsible

Hours: Flexible

Pay Rate: Based on Southern's pay scale

Contact: Lauree Fogg

Email:ljfogg@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2782

Student Receptionist

Location/Department: School of Journalism and Communication (Brock Hall, first floor)

Description/Duties: Include, but are not limited to; processing newspapers each morning, answering phones; perform general office duties; handle incoming mail to faculty boxes; assist students and faculty as needed; create fliers and posters for events using InDesign; grade papers for professors and keep all information confidential; learn software programs as needed. Be responsible for keeping the Reading Room neat and presentable for guests. Perform other functions as requested by supervisor.

Qualifications: Must have good communication skills both written and oral; must have good grammar and be fluent in English; possess good telephone manners, be a team player, and abide by Southern dress policy. Must be able to work independently and with supervision. Must be punctual, dependable, and accurate, able to maintain confidence and a professional, business-like atmosphere in the Reading Room and ofice. Preferred proficiency in InDesign and familiar with Web Design and Photoshop; have previous office experience, pleasant and helpful, major/minor in the School of Journalism and Communication preffered.  Preference will be given to students who have passed Comp 1 and Writing for the Media with a B+ or better.

Hours: 3.5 hours per week, Tuesdays/Thursdays from 8:00pm - 9:15pm and 1:00pm - 3:15pm

Pay Rate: Considered by grade level and experience

Contact: Arlene Leavitt

Email: aleavitt@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2330

Alumni Office Research Assistant

Location/Department: Advancement

Description/Duties: Students in this position will have the opportunity to make a difference in so many lives throughout the world, including their own. Students in this position will use various tools, including but not limited to, through phone calls, direct mail, social media, texting and other communication avenues, to connect with alumni and provide opportunities for alumni to connect back to campus. Students will develop strong communication skills, a valuable talent no matter their future career path, and will have the opportunity to network with Southern alumni and donors.

Qualifications: A passion for Southern and its rich history. Be comfortable speaking on the phone and praying with individuals. Excellent written communication skills. A curious person, someone who is really good at searching for answers.

Hours: Flexible daytime hours with a required evening shift each week on Thursday from 6:00pm - 9:15pm.

Pay Rate: Based on Southern's pay scale

How to apply: Please send resumes and a short paragraph about why you are applying for this position. Please also include your qualifications for this position.

Contact: Ashley Fox

Email:fox@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2470

Pool Staff

Location/Department: Hulsey Wellness Center

Description/Duties: 

1. Lifeguard at the Hulsey or Coolidge Pool

2. Teach swimming lessons

3. Coach Swim club

4. Teach water aerobics

5. Cleaning and pool maintenance

6. Interacting positively with clients

7. Remain current with skills and certifications

8. Attend periodic in service activities

Qualifications: Must hold a current lifeguard certification. WSI certification a plus. Pool operators certificate a plus. May need to do a pre-employment skills test. Be punctual, reliable and polite but firm.

Hours:

Need for Fall 2018

11:00am - 1:00pm Monday/Wednesday LG

12:30 - 5:00pm Sunday LG

8:00pm - 9:00pm Wednesday LG

3:15pm - 5:00pm Monday/Wednesday group swim instructor (experience not necessary)

Pay Rate: TBD

Contact: Leslie Evenson

Email:levenson@southern.edu

Office Number: 423.236.2594

Advancement Call Center Representative

Location/Department: Advancement

Description/Duties: The Call Center is so much more than earning a paycheck. In this position you will have the opportunity to make an impact on so many lives including your own. You may be nervous or unsure about applying for a fundraising job, but don't dismiss it until you've learned a little more.

How you'll impact others:
You will be calling alumni and donors of Southern Adventist University. In each call, you will have three main objectives:
1. Build a connection and relationship with the person 2. Reconnect that individual back to what's happening on Southern's campus 3. Give that person the opportunity to show their support of Southern students

How your own life will be impacted:
1. Develop communication skills like you never knew you could (something that is invaluable, no matter your major or career path) 2. Have a strong reference for your resume 3. Network with wonderful alumni and donors (we often have callers stay in touch with people they met on the phone) 4. Make a diverse group of friends of all ethnicities, majors, and backgrounds, and by the end of the semester feel like they are your family 5. Experience God in a totally new avenue through nightly worships and in your nightly conversations.

Qualifications: This job is all about learning and growing! Most students that are hired learn the necessary skill set while on the job during our training sessions. So, if are you are concerned that you aren't qualified, don't let that stop you from applying.

Our goal is to train and prepare each of our workers with the skills they need to excel. Here are some qualities we are looking for in future callers:

1. Open to challenge and growth
2. Motivated and committed
3. Well-spoken
4. Passionate
5. Positive

Hours: Each student is required to work Tuesday and Wednesday evening from 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Pay Rate: Based on Southern's Pay Scale

Contact Name: Lori Thompson

Email: callcenter@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2829

Other: Apply at southern.edu/advancementcallcenter

Web Developer Level II

Location and Department: Marketing and University Relations

Description:
Marketing and University Relations seeks an advanced web developer capable of maintaining and progressing Southern's online presence. This individual will need to regularly collaborate with others in the office to create an engaging experience on the web and other interactive outlets. Attention to detail and reliability are required, and excitement in new web technologies is much appreciated.

Responsibilities:
The job functions are as follows:

Program advanced functionality for Southern's website

Have an advanced knowledge of current and trending web technologies

Be fluent in front-end web languages (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)

Have a working knowledge of front-end frameworks (Foundation, Bootstrap, Vue)

Have a working knowledge of social website APIs (Facebook, Instagram, etc)

Have a working knowledge of PHP and MySQL

Extend the functionality of the content management system (CMS)

Translate design mock-ups to functional web pages

Contact:
Jason Bryner
jrbryner@southern.edu
423.236.2582

Hours:
Flexible

Rate:
$10-$14 / hr

Drawing Models (1 female and 1 male)

Location/Department: School of Visual Art

Description/Duties: Each session is 2.5 hours long. Must be strong and flexible, able to bend, twist, and hold standing, reclining, or other poses with minimal movement. Model should be comfortable modeling in swim wear or spandex. Must commit to a schedule, show up on time, demonstrate professionalism, and be able to accept direction. Prolonged poses may continue through several sessions. Model will be given periodic breaks during session, and should stretch and be hydrated to prevent cramping.

Hours: M/W 3:30pm - 5:50pm; as needed Fridays or Sundays at a time agreed to by model and students.

Pay Rate: TBD

How to apply: Come to the SVAD office for an application. Brock Hall 2nd floor.

Contact: Linda Brooks

Office Phone: 423.236.2732

3D Animation Reader

Location/Department: School of Visual Art 

Description/Duties: Grade quizzes, exams, and enter grades. Maintain weekly social media presence for animation program. Layout and publish supplementary course materials. Be available to help with department parties and convocations.

Qualifications: Strong sense of design and writing skills. Knowledge of 2D and 3D animation tools and techniques. Strong organizational skills. Be an independent self starter, flexible, and motivated.

Hours: Flexible during business hours

Pay Rate: TBD

How to apply: Come to the SVAD front office for an application - Brock Hall 2nd floor.

Contact: Linda Brooks

Office Phone: 423.236.2732

Library/Lab Assistant

Location/Department: Teaching Materials Center

Description/Duties: Position includes checking materials in and out, being cashier for materials sold, re-shelving books; keeping project work center stocked and neat.

Qualifications: Honesty, dependability, courtesy, and tact in dealing with public. Good computer skills, arithmetic skills, communications skills and the ability to do detailed work.

Hours: Preferably looking for someone who can work Monday, 2:00pm-3:00pm and Tuesday/Thursday 3:00pm-5:00pm

Pay Rate: Beginning at $7.25

Contact: Cathy Olson

Email:tmc@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2661

Mentor/Coach

Location/Department: DSS

Description/Duties: Mentor/Coach provide leadership and assist students in making the transition to college life. Work towards developing a community conducive to student success by encouraging positive behaviors and addressing behaviors that are detrimental to the individuals.

Qualifications: Position open to upperclassmen living in the dorm. Strong interpersonal skills. Self-motivated.

Hours: TBD

Pay Rate: TBD

Contact: Mariella Pechero

Email: dss@southern.edu

Computer Lab Tutor - School of Business

Location/Department: School of Business - Brock Hall 

Description/Duties: -Provide Tutoring Services to Students currently enrolled in any of the following courses: ACCT 505, ACCT 221, ACCT 222, ACCT 308, ACCT 309, ACCT 322, BUAD 128, and FNCE 315.
and
-Maintain the cleanliness and security of the room and equipment in both Computer Labs.
This will include (not limited to):
-Maintaining a Log of students who come for tutoring -Maintaining a Log of Students who use Laptops -Recording a Count of Laptops at the start and close of shift -Removing Trash from Tutoring Office and Labs (Large and Small) -Light House keeping -Replacing Ink and Printer Paper as Needed for Printers -Reporting Technical Issues to School of Business Office and/or SAU IT Support -Providing Basic Technical Assistance or contacting Technical Support as needed

Qualifications: Applicant must have taken and passed (with an A or A-) ACCT 221(required), ACCT 222(required), ACCT 308(required), ACCT 309 (preferred), ACCT 322(preferred), BUAD 128 (preferred), and FNCE 315 (strongly preferred).
We are looking for applicants who have the following qualities:
-High Ethical Standard
-Discretion and Confidentiality
-Able to withstand Peer Influence to uphold SB Standards -Professional Dress and Demeanor -Dependable and Punctual -Detailed and Conscientious -Technical Savvy -Strong Customer Service with Patience for teaching others

Hours: The Computer Lab is generally open: Sunday 12 - 8 PM, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM until 9:00 PM, and Friday from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM Noon. Work hours will vary based on student availability. Slots will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

Pay Rate: Commensurate with Class Standing

Email: tprice@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2751
Other: To apply, please forward resume and unofficial transcript to Teshia Price - tprice@southern.edu

Intramural Coach/Referee

Location/Department: AW Spalding Elementary

Description/Duties: Coach and ref elementary students for the sports of soccer and basketball.

Qualifications: Love to work with kids.
Know sports.

Hours: Tuesday & Thursday
3:15-4:15

Pay Rate: $10.00/hr

Contact Name: Amanda Mertz

Email: Amertz@gccsda.com

Office Phone: 909-809-4227

Other: Need 4 coaches/referees total.

Choral/Vocal Accompanist

Location/Department: School of Music

Description/Duties: Accompany choral ensembles or private voice lessons.
Qualifications Required: Several years of "classical" music lessons and accompanying experience. Strong sight-reading skills.

Hours: Varied based on your schedule.

Pay Rate: Based on your training and experience.

Contact Name: Gennevieve Brown-Kibble

Email: gbkibble@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423-236-2889

Other: Email gbkibble@southern.edu asap with your qualifications and references.

SVAD Community Manager

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design

Description/Duties: The SVAD Community Manager is responsible for engaging with the greater SVAD Community (including current students, prospective students, parents and supporters) by posting artwork and events, conversing on social channels (such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.), and assisting with various marketing efforts.
The manager will primarily be concerned with writing blog entries, tweets or posts, conducting interviews, photographing or collecting artworks and ensuring that everything is posted at weekly scheduled times. Interviewing staff for content, also, will be a frequent requirement. Marketing is another core of the community manager position and good understanding and application of graphic design skills including illustration and layout are essential.

Qualifications: Applicant must be invested in the SVAD community. As the community manager, you are the face of the department and your online presence will be used to create personal interactions with the community - you must consent to using your image and name online and be willing to function in a professional capacity at social events. Applicants must have good people skills and be able to confidently interact with people online and face to face. You will be expected to write in a simple eye for detail and be able to stay on task managing time appropriately to deliver content by established publishing deadlines.

Hours: Flexible - 2-4 hours/week

Pay Rate: TBD

Contact Name: Linda Brooks

Office Phone: (423) 236-2732

Other: Come to the School of Visual Art and Design office for an application - Brock Hall, 2nd floor, #2006.

Mac Lab Assistant 

Location/Department: Brock Hall 1st Floor - School of Journalism and Communication

Description/Duties: School of Journalism and Communication seeks lab assistant to support students and faculty in Mac Lab of Brock Hall. Lab assistant must have experience and solid working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (CC) and ability to guide fellow students through design applications (especially InDesign, Photoshop) and troubleshooting.

Qualifications: A lab assistant must have taken Publication Tools & Techniques or equivalent and received a grade of B or higher. Also helpful if an assistant has taken Intro to Web Design or equivalent, but not required. Responsibilities include assisting students with publication or web design projects, cleaning the lab, informing the office manager of needed supplies, and assisting the office manager and faculty as needed with design projects.

Hours: Up to 10 hours available, including 12:50-1:50 pm on Tuesday/Thursday and 5-9 pm on Wednesday. If interested, please send resume/qualifications/availability to Arlene Leavitt at aleavitt@southern.edu.

Contact Name: Arlene Leavitt

Pay Rate: Depends on experience and class standing

Email: aleavitt@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2330

Magabook Canvasser

Location/Department: SALT/LEAD

Description/Duties: Distributing adventist books in Chattanooga area. It's a team work provided with a leader and a training.

Qualifications: Open to new and experienced workers. Training (45minutes) is provided every Friday.

Hours: Sunday 2-6pm
Mo. - Th. 3.30-7.30pm
Chose any two shifts from the week.

Pay Rate: Call for details.

Contact Name: Vlasta Hybl

Email: canvassing@southern.edu

Phone: 931.255.1105

Office Assistant - Assist and PFE Grant Programs

Location/Department: Assist and PFE Grant Programs (Fleming Plaza mini mall)

Description/Duties: The Assist and PFE Grant Programs office works with 200+ SDA elementaries and academies all over the US. Students at each local school are paired with adult mentors in their communities. In exchange for visits with mentors each week, students receive scholarship at their local school.

We need you to:
+Process check requests each month.
+Answer the phone for incoming calls.
+Contact schools on behalf of the office.
+Complete projects as requested.
+Answer emails professionally.
+Office cleaning duties shared with other student workers (vacuuming,
+wiping counters, etc.)
Qualifications +Positive and professional phone etiquette.
+Willingness to offer support to schools involved in our programs.
+Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
+Organizational skills.

Hours: TBD

Pay Rate: Based on SAU rates for student workers

Contact Name: Mariana Salter

Email: marianakaplan@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2561

Other: Please email with a copy of your F18 class schedule, hours available for work, class standing, and qualifications or resume.

Caller - Assist and PFE Grant Programs 

Location/Department: Assist and PFE Grant Programs (Fleming Plaza mini mall) 

Description/Duties: The Assist and PFE Grant Programs office works with 200+ SDA elementaries and academies all over the US. Students at each local school are paired with adult mentors in their communities. In exchange for visits with mentors each week, students receive scholarship at their local school.

We need you to:
+Call schools regarding our grant programs to check up and offer support.
+Keep track of contacts and information gleaned from calls.
+Office cleaning duties shared with other student workers (vacuuming,
+wiping counters, etc.)
Qualifications +Positive and professional phone etiquette.
+Willingness to offer support to schools involved in our programs, including prayer and insight.
+Active listening skills.
+Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
+Theology/Social Work majors preferred.

Hours: TBD

Pay Rate: Based on SAU rates for student worker

Contact Name: Mariana Salter

Email: marianakaplan@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2561

Other: Please email with a copy of your F18 class schedule, hours available for work, class standing, and qualifications or resume.

Intramural Sports Marketing & Social Media Assistant/Scorekeeper

Location/Department: PEHW/Intramurals

Description/Duties: Responsible for assisting with the marketing and advertising of Intramural Sports on campus. Responsible for acquiring pictures and video clips of each Intramural Sport happening on campus. Responsible for posting schedules, announcements, pictures, videos, contests, etc. to social media on a regular basis. Scorekeeping Intramural Sport games on a semi-regular basis will also be required.

Qualifications: Qualified applicant will have an interest in and/or experience with marketing and marketing strategies, including but not limited to various social media platforms, digital design and advertising.

Hours: Varies. Mon-Thurs 6-10 pm during Intramural games. Some work will be performed outside of Intramural hours. Applicant will not be expected to work all hours of Intramurals. Max - 20 hours per week.

Pay Rate: Based on class standing/experience

Contact Name: Troy Walker

Email: twalker@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2458

Confidential Assistant

Location/Department: Disability Support Services

Description/Duties Create, sort, organize, update and scan student files to digital copy.

Help proctor exams.

Create Word or Excel documents and charts from data.

Assist the DSC in her/his daily responsibilities and special events.

Greet people, answer phones, schedule appointments, and handle inquiries regarding Southern and DSS

Assist current or potential students and/or parents with questions, procedures, and resources.

Qualifications: In keeping with FERPA, HIPPA and SAU policy, keep all information confidential, including but not limited to information contained in files or overheard in conversations and phone calls.

Ability to communicate effectively

Computer competence, particularly in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Willingness to learn new skills.

Hours: Monday 8-12
Wednesday 8-12
Wednesday 12-5
Friday 8-12

Contact Name: Mariella Pechero
Pay Rate:TBD
Email: dss@southern.edu

Reader - History / Political Studies

Location/Department: History and Political Studies

Description/Duties: grading quizzes, light cleaning, administrative work for faculty, some bulletin board work

Qualifications: 3 employer references, minors and majors in the department preferred, demonstrated ability to do detail work

Hours: 5-10 hours per week

Pay Rate: at university scale

Contact Name: Lisa Clark Diller

Email: lisahyder@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423-236-2417

Aftercare Attendant

Location/Department: A.W. Spalding Elementary / After school care

Description/Duties:
After school care job description
After school is over kids are usually ready for a little rest, relaxation and fun. The main duties include planning and supervising activities for kids. This can mean fun play such as arts and crafts, or outside activities such as hiking or scavenger hunts.
Able to implement first aid when needed.

Qualifications: High level of patience with caring and compassion for children Active in developing fun and interesting activities.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to get along with children and entertain them.
Excellent child supervision skills.
Offer a safe environment for children.
Knowledge in first aid.

Hours: Monday - Thursday 3:15 - 6:00
Fridays 2:15 - 4:00

Pay Rate: Starting at $7.65/ hour

Email: hhoffman@gccsda.com

Office Phone: 423.396.2122

Cashier

Location/Department: Campus Shop

Description/Duties: Includes but is not limited to providing customer service, processing transactions, cleaning, pricing and stocking merchandise.

Qualifications: Applicants need to have basic computer competency, must be dependable, honest, and be willing and able to follow directions, detail oriented, work independently, and have a positive, friendly attitude.

Hours: Tuesdays 12-5:30, Thursdays 12-2:30

Pay Rate: TBD

Contact Name: Danita Payne

Email: dlpayne@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423-236-2152

Other: To apply please email your resume, current class schedule and three employer references with contact information.

Writer 

Location/Department: Marketing and University Relations

Description/Duties: Get your articles published as part of the Marketing and University Relations team! Come up with story ideas, carry out interviews, write articles and press releases, and build your portfolio as you gain valuable experience that is relevant to your future career. Student writers work directly with the Editorial Manager and contribute content to Columns, the Adventist Review, and other publications. Assignments may also include other office work.

Qualifications: Should have proven writing skills, enjoy writing news and feature articles, be comfortable in Microsoft Word, demonstrate attention to detail, and be self-motivated. Communication or English majors are preferred but not required.

Hours: Minimum of 10 hours per week

Pay Rate: Varies by class standing and experience

Contact Name: Janell Hullquist

Email: janell@southern.edu

Office Phone: 423.236.2581

Other: Please send a resume and two writing samples to Janell Hullquist, janell@southern.edu.

Production Worker 

Location/Department: Quick Print

Description/Duties:

Printing, cutting, gluing, binding.
Skillful eye for some designing.
Your work ethic's worth defining.
Your skill level will be climbing.

Qualifications: Familiarity with Adobe CS, specifically InDesign and Acrobat, would be a definite plus.

Hours: We're flexible about start times, but we need steady blocks of at least 2-3 hours.

Pay Rate: 7.25-8.25 as eligible.

Email: Ryan Vega, Production Manager - krvega@southern.edu Office Phone: 423-236-2335

Other: If you want to apply for this position, please send us a copy of your schedule. PDF, PNG, JPG, GIF, anything.

General Laborer

Location/Department: Plant Service Building Repair 

Description/Duties: Helping a Technician in a wide variety of areas, Keeping shop clean etc.
Qualifications:
Must have good work ethic, and good attitude. Able to lift up to 50 lbs. on occasion

Hours: Full blocks of time either in the morning or afternoon.
Pay Rate:
To be determined

Contact Name: Kim Sturm
Email:
kasturm@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423-236-2919

Animation Reader

Location/Department: School of Visual Art and Design 

Description/Duties: Grade quizzes, exams, and enter grades. Maintain weekly social media presence for animation program. Perform tutoring by appointment as necessary. Layout and publish supplementary course materials.
Qualifications:
Strong sense of design and writing skills. Knowledge of 2D and 3D animation tools and techniques. Strong organizational skills. Be an independent self starter, flexible, and motivated.
Hours
Flexible - during business hours
Pay Rate: 
TBD

Contact Name: Linda Brooks
Office Phone:
(423) 236-2732
Other:
Come to the SVAD front office, Brock Hall 2006-2nd floor, to pick up an application.

Janitorial/Housekeeping

Location/Department: Thatcher Hall/Housekeeping

Description/Duties: Cleaning specifically assigned areas in the dorm Qualifications Must be able to work independently.
Hours:
At least 2 hours a day/3x week
Pay Rate: 
TBD

Contact Name: Teri Klinger
Email:
tklinger@southern.edu
Office Phone:
423-236-2909

Student Reader Positions

Location/Department: School of Religion

Description/Duties: Readerpositions will be available starting August 13, 2018. Grade assignments and assist the professor and students as needed. Prefer students who would be willing to work for the School of Religion for two-three years.
Qualifications: 

1. Must be enrolled in at least 6 semester hours per semester.
2. Preferably willing to work for the School of Religion for three years.

3. Excellent computer skills (Eclass, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel a requirement)
4. Able to manage time without supervision
5. Attention to details and organizational ability
6. Good judgment and reasoning skills
7. Organizational abilities (time and workspace)
8. Good people skills
9. Excellent work ethic
10. Pleasant personality
11. GPA 3.5 and above
12. Prefer someone who has passed Freshman Comp I with a grade of B or better OR has a high English ACT score.
Email Resume to: jrherod@southern.edu
Contact Name: Janita Herod
Contact Phone: 423.236.2976

Hours: 6-10 hours a week

Pay Rate: $7.25 - $8.00 per hour based on class standing/experience



Vehicle Clean-up

Location/Department: Transportation
Description/Duties: 
Responsibilities include: Fueling vehicles, detailing/washing vehicles as well as buses, parking vehicles. Maintain wash bay cleanliness.
Qualifications: 
Must be a registered student of Southern Adventist University

Hours:

Available time blocks:
Monday-Thursday
730 am-12 noon
1 pm-5 pm

Friday 7:30 am-12 noon

Contact Name: Sandra Garcia
Email: sandrakgarcia@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423-236-2716

Kayak Prep Person 

Location/Department: Kayak Prep
Description/Duties: 
Making sandwiches and salad for the kayak. Prepping whatever is needed for the next day.
Qualifications: 
Must be self motivated, thorough and honest.
Hours: 
Monday's- Thursday's 7 am - 11 am
Pay Rate:
varies, email schedule

Contact Name: Amelia Laneville
Email:
atun@southern.edu

Classroom Assistant

Location/Department: Lester Coon Adventist School 

Description/Duties: paperwork, bulletin board, recess,interact with students, photocopy

Qualifications: transportation, and class schedule that qualifies a block of time

Hours: TBD

Pay Rate: Work Study Qualification

Contact Name: Nancy Zima-Gentry
Email:
nzimagentry@gccsda.com
Office Phone:
423.236.4926

Student Receptionist

Location/Department: School of Journalism and Communication

Description/Duties:

Duties include, but are not limited to; processing newspapers each morning, answer phones; perform general office duties; handle incoming mail to faculty boxes; assist students and faculty as needed; create fliers and posters for events using InDesign; grade papers for professors and keep all information confidential; learn software programs as needed. Be responsible for keeping the Reading Room neat and presentable for guests. Perform other functions as requested by supervisor.

Qualifications: Must have good communication skills both written and oral; must have good grammar and be fluent in English; possess good telephone manners, be a team player, and abide by Southern's dress policy. Must be able to work independently and with supervision. Must be punctual, dependable, and accurate, able to maintain confidences and a professional, business-like atmosphere in the Reading Room and office. Must be available to work Tuesday and Thursday 8-9 a.m. and other shifts available.

Preferred proficiency in InDesign and familiar with Web Design and Photoshop; have previous office experience, pleasant and helpful, major/minor in the School of Journalism and Communication preferred. Preference will be given to students who have passed Comp I and Writing for the Media with a B+ or better.

Hours: 6-8 hours per week including 8-9 a.m.

Pay Rate: Decided per experience and class standing

Contact Name: Arlene Leavitt
Email: aleavitt@southern.edu
Office Phone: 423.236.2330

Office Assistant 

Location/Department: Education and Psychology

Description/Duties: Perform multiple office tasks in busy office setting; assist professors and staff:
- Must be able to independently apply logistics to tasks (planning, prioritizing, executing in a logical manner)
- Provide great customer service
- Assist professors and departmental staff
- Answer and make phone calls in a professional manner
- Be familiar with all office equipment and machines
- Check departmental email and send professional responses
- Type, copy, fax, mail documents (includes mail merge)
- Create spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, signs, certificates, flyers, etc.
- Update departmental website, calendar, handbooks, and course sequences
- Assist with recruiting visits and View/Preview Southern
- Schedule events and interviews
- Proctor and grade tests and quizzes
- Maintain student records/files
- Order items
- Receive/ sort mail and packages
- Clean, sort, file
- Make campus deliveries
- Other duties as reasonably assigned

Qualifications:
- Excel in independently applying logistics to multiple, varying tasks
- Be proactive and motivated to provide best customer service
- Have strong organizational and good interpersonal skills
- Good, current computer skills in Word, PowerPoint and Excel; knowledge of Access and Publisher beneficial
- Be willing to serve in various capacities
- Ability to
-Read, write, and speak English fluently

-Work independently -Follow instructions and check own work for accuracy -Anticipate needs and respond accordingly Prefer previous office experience (as in a business office with multiple personnel) Prefer freshmen and sophomores

Hours: Openings: T/Th all morning, M,W,Th 3:30-5:30p, other slots still tentative

Pay Rate: Varies by class standing and experience

Contact Name: Asti Conibear

Email: aconibear@southern.edu

Other: Application, resume, cover letter, and computer task required

Summerour Computer Lab Manager

Location/Department: Education & Psychology

Description/Duties: Oversee all aspects of the SH Computer Lab:
-
Be familiar with cutting edge technology products
- Ensure equipment/software functions properly in the lab and classrooms
- Assist faculty & staff with technology & Smart Boards
- Maintain & update SEP websites & displays
- Assist with EDUC 317 & other tech-related courses
- Assist with technology in programs, including the annual Dedication Service
- Other roles as necessary

Qualifications:
- Administrative skills including strong organizational ability
- Work-related computer skills
- Good written and oral communication skills
- Strong customer service
- Resume required

Hours: Arranged, plus T/Th 4:00-4:50p EDUC 317 class availability Pay Rate $10/hr (Supervisory position)

Contact Name: Dr. Bonnie Eder
Email:
Email qualifications/resume and availability to Dr. Bonnie Eder, beder@southern.edu

Teacher's Aid - 6th Grade LA/SS

Location/Department: CAMS (Collegedale Adventist Middle School)

Description/Duties: Grading papers and assisting with bulletin boards and other duties as needed

Qualifications: Hours 10+

Hours: Student Worker Pay Rate

Contact Name: Gina Tatum

Email: gtatum@gccsda.com

Office Phone: 423-396-3020

Other: Please contact via email.

Student Advertising Manager

Location/Department: Student Association

Description/Duties: The ad manager solicits new advertisers and content for Student publications including Southern Accent and Southern Memories. The manager executes contracts, keeps accurate records and communicates with advertisers to maintain strong client relationships.

Qualifications: The ad manager should be have excellent interpersonal communication skills, attention to detail. basic knowledge of spreadsheets and billing. A self-starter who can connect easily with advertisers and earn their trust. If the manager has some basic graphic design skills that is a bonus.

Hours: self-directed hours. Expect 4-8 hours per week.

Pay Rate: Pay is based on commission earned from individual ad 

Contact Name Stephen Ruf

Office Phone: 4232362761

Email: sruf@southern.edu

Advanced Web Programming Specialist 

Location/Department: Online Campus

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Create and design web based software for online courses.
- Ensure functional quality of online courses and web components of face-to-face courses.
- Develop dynamic course content and materials using appropriate technologies.
- Ensure layout and information architecture of content is accessible and logical; recommend improvements where necessary.
- Build webpages using technologies that conform to international standards and ensure accessibility.
- Perform maintenance and updates to existing webpages as needed.
- Help integrate, showcase and maintain complementary technologies as they emerge.
- Take leadership role in managing course development projects collaboratively with design team.
- Aid in managing digital infrastructure and resources.
- Develop training modules in technologies for faculty and staff.
- Complete other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications Requirements:
- Three-year minimum experience in web programming.
- Knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, PHP, MySQL, AJAX, JavaScript (jQuery and other libraries), and other common web languages; experience with .NET and Python (Django) a plus.
- Knowledge and demonstrated experience with cross-browser and cross-platform issues (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, etc.).
- Knowledge of server technologies and content and learning management systems (MOODLE).
- Superior knowledge of current web-programming trends and techniques, a strong coding portfolio.
- Knowledge of web trends and mobile technologies.
- Knowledge of both Windows and Mac operating systems.
- Attention to detail, customer-service orientation, and creativity in problem-solving.

Hours: Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon 

Contact Name: Ryan Harrell

Office Phone: 423.236.2287

Email: rharrell@southern.edu

Housekeeping Assistant 

Location/Department: Online Campus

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Vacuum floors
- Empty trash
- Clean counters
- Wipe down computer monitors and printers
- General housekeeping assignments

Qualification requirements:
- Independent working and problem-solving skills
- Positive attitude
- Previous cleaning experience preferred

Hours: Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon 

Contact Name: Amanda Orozco

Office Phone: 423.236.2087

Email: online@southern.edu

eClass Support Tech

Location/Department: Online Campus

Description/Duties Duties and Responsibilities:

- Provide technical support for faculty and students relating to eClass via phone, in-person, or electronically.
- Become proficient at utilizing the following software for course support:
- eClass (Learning Management System)
- Camtasia (Screen Capture Software)
- Panopto (Lecture Capture System)
- Handbrake (Video Encoding Software)
- TurningPoint (Clicker System)
- Write instruction documents pertaining to supported software.
- Assist in troubleshooting and supporting classroom technology such as lecture capture and clickers.
- Provide one-on-one training with faculty or students
- Be knowledgeable of policies and procedures related to online learning and eClass support and be able to field questions from students and faculty.
- Assist in online course administration and course-related student issues.
- Complete other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications Requirements:
- A solid understanding of computer systems and applications.
- Basic HTML knowledge.
- Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite and Internet navigation.
- Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
- Excellent writing skills.
- Independent working and problem-solving skills.

Hours: Flexible within our office hours of M-Th 8-5:30, F 8-noon 

Name: Greg Merchant

Office Phone: 423.236.2086

Email: gmerchant@southern.edu

Teacher's Aid - 6th Grade Math/Science

Location/Department: CAMS (Collegedale Adventist Middle School)

Description/Duties: Grading, filing, copy/clerical, misc. for Math & Science

Hours: 10 hours per week

Pay Rate: Student worker rates

Contact Name: Chery Guider

Email: cguider@gccsda.com

Office Phone: 423-396-6103

Other: Please contact via email.

Circulation Manager

Department: Southern Accent

Hours: 2 hours

Pay Rate: Based on student rate

Description: The circulation manager is in charge of distributing the weekly paper to various locations across campus.

Qualifications: Must be free from 9-11 a.m. on Thursday mornings. Must have a license and feel comfortable with driving a golf cart.

Contact: Tierra Hayes

Phone: 706.461.5681

Email: tierrahayes@southern.edu

Opinion Editor

Department: Southern Accent

Hours: 4 hours

Pay Rate: Based on student rate

Description: The opinion editor is in charge of providing content for the opinion section of the paper. The editor will work with contributors to cover and discuss a variety of topics.

Qualifications: Have prior writing experience, be willing to learn or already know AP style.

Contact: Tierra Hayes

Phone: 706.461.5681
Email: tierrahayes@southern.edu

News Editor

Department: Southern Accent

Hours: 9 hours 

Pay Rate: Based on student rate

Description: The news editor will be in charge of providing content for the news section of the paper. The editor will work closely with the news reporting class and lead reporters to cover different events, topics and people on campus.

Qualifications: Have taken New Reporting class, understanding of AP style

Contact: Tierra Hayes

Phone: 706.461.5681

Email: tierrahayes@southern.edu

Teacher's Aid - 7th/8th grade Science 

Department: CAMS(Collegedale Adventist Middle School) / Science

Hours: 5-10 per week

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: Grader for 7th & 8th grade Science

Qualifications: Strong in Science

Contact: Jeff Richardson

Phone: 423-396-6207

Email: jrichardson@gccsda.com

Smile Deliverer

Department: Mailroom

Hours: We have two shifts open.
A) MWF 8-12 am (12 hr/wk)
B) MW 1-5 pm (8 hr/wk)

Pay Rate: TBD (our students stay with us)

Description: 

Are you an extrovert with a drive and ambition to make everyone you meet smile because Santa is a slacker that takes 364 days off a year?

Are you an introvert who prefers to do important, meaningful work... alone?

Are you an intrepid explorer, discontent with spending too much time on the beaten path, preferring to venture out through the alleys and stairwells to glean a savoir faire that would make Indiana Jones tip his fedora to you?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we have a fulfilling job for you!

Qualifications:  

+ Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
+ Must not melt when doused with rain or sweat.
+ Must meet Risk Management's driving requirements.
+ And most importantly, must be willing to think and/or learn. We can work with either.

Contact: Justin Brooks

Phone: 423.236.2335

Email: purchasing@southern.edu

TV Studio Lab Assistant

Department: School of Journalism and Communication

Hours: Various day and evening shifts available Sunday thru Thursday

Pay Rate: Based on class standing and experience

Description: Operate, maintain and troubleshoot TV studio equipment. Assist with student check out of gear, maintain shool inventory of production equipment. Responsible for cleaning and maintenance of control, studio and edit bays. Demonstrate aesthetic and safe studio lighting and quality sounds and video recording for student productions. Assist students in post-production editing, installation of wall covering in studio and edit bays.

Qualifications: Video production experience in live multi-camera studio production. Experience with traditional camcorder and dSLR video field acquisition. Knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro editing software. Audio production and recording techniques including microphone selection and placement, sound mixing and recording.

Contact: Stephen Ruf

Contact Phone: 423-236-2761

Email: sruf@southern.edu

Computer Technician

Department: IT Support for Information

Hours: Hours available between 8am-5pm. Must be able to work at least 8 hours a week in 3 or more hour blocks.

Pay Rate: $8.50/hr (potential for higher pay rate based on experience and class standing)

Description: Provide assistance, support and communication regarding complex computer issues. Install, configure and upgrade computer hardware, peripherals and software. Diagnose and repair hardware and software issues.

Qualifications: Advanced knowledge and experience troubleshooting issues in Windows and Mac operating systems. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and other common business applications and ability to learn new software quickly. Experience with troubleshooting hardware and software problems. Ability to work both independently and with a team in solving problems.

Contact Name: Eli Courey

Contact Phone: 423-236-2667

Email: ejcourey@southern.edu

TV studio lab assistant  

Department: School of Journalism/Communication

Hours: Shifts available for several hours each day and evening Sunday-Thursday

Pay Rate: Commensurate with experience

Description: Operate, maintain and troubleshoot TV studio equipment. Assist with student check out of gear, maintain School inventory of production equipment.  Responsible for cleaning and maintenance of control, studio and edit bays. Demonstrate aesthetic and safe studio lighting and quality sound and video recording for student productions. Assist students in post-production editing.

Qualifications: Video production experience in live multi-camera studio production. Experience with traditional camcorder and dSLR video field acquisition. Troubleshooting skill in resolving problems in broadcast systems. Mastery of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro editing software. Troubleshooting broadcast video systems and equipment. 

Contact Name: Stephen Ruf

Contact Phone: 423.236.2761

Email: sruf@southern.edu

Alumni Engagement Representative

Department: Advancement

Hours: Flexible hours, based on class schedule. One evening shift required (6pm - 9pm) each week.

Pay Rate: Based on Southern's payscale

Description: In this position, students will have the opportunity to make a difference in so many lives throughout the world, including their own. Students will directly impact the lives of alumni and donors.The main objection is to build relationships with Southern alumni and properly thank those who financially support our university through generous gifts. Students will develop strong communication skills, a valuable talent no matter their future career path, and will have the opportunity to network with Southern alumni and donors.

Responsibilities:
-Use phone, email, texting, social media and other avenues to build relationships with alumni -Conduct thank you calls to donors -Conduct young alumni care calling to inform recent graduates of resources available to them as alumni and update contact information -Conduct prayer nights and phone surveys with alumni -Encourage other students on campus to write thank you notes to donors that financially support our institution while raising awareness of the impact of philanthropic gifts on our campus -Update contact information in the database -Invite alumni to upcoming Southern events happening near them -Assist with Homecoming Weekend and Southern Giving Day and be able to assist with brainstorming innovative projects to create community between recent graduates and young alumni -Assist and provide data for the creation of a Southern Adventist University History Tour to be built for the Office of Alumni Relations

Qualifications: 
- A passion for Southern and its rich history - Comfortable speaking on the phone and praying with individuals - Excellent written communication skills - Ability to set clear goals and be self-motivated - Knowledge of basic computer skills - Intentional accuracy and attention to detail through all individual tasks - Considerate and willing to be part of a cohesive team

Contact Name: Ashley Fox

Contact Phone: 423-236-2470

Email: fox@southern.edu

Janitorial

Department: Housekeeping / Thatcher Hall

Hours: Smart Start students only

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: All aspects of cleaning the dorm

Qualifications: Be able to work independently, attention to detail and be reliable.

Contact Name: Teri Klinger

Contact Phone: 423-236-2909

Email: tklinger@southern.edu

Teacher Aid - 8th Grade

Department: CAMS (Collegedale Adventist Middle School) 

Hours: I need a student who can work up to 10 hours a week. The time is fairly flexible. We can work out details once we see how our schedules blend best.

Pay Rate: Varies

Description: Most of the work will be grading papers. The grading will include short essays, sentences that utilize vocabulary words, some quiz and test papers, and worksheets for English and Social Studies. There may be some other duties like making copies, running errands within the school, posting bulletin boards, and possibly helping slower students in the classroom.

Qualifications: This person should be skilled in English grammar, spelling, punctuation and sentence structure, also an emphasis history would be helpful.

Contact Name: Joni Darmody

Contact Phone: 423-396-6205

Email: jdarmody@gccsda.com

Other: Needed ASAP

Student Assistant - Library 

Department: Library Circulation Desk

Hours: Misc. Flexible

Pay Rate: Beginning at $7.25

Description: Check library materials in/out, assist students/faculty with reference inquiries, printing, copying; pick-up, cart, be knowledgeable in databases and reference materials, count and shelve books, assist with care and use of copiers/printers, maintain accurate statistics, direct patrons or phone calls to the appropriate department; help maintain a neat, clean Circulation desk and library. Assist patrons in finding media, books or other research needs; know and be able to demonstrate use of equipment; maintain clean, orderly media area, maintain statistics and produce any needed reports.

Qualifications: Must be able to relate well to people and handle unpleasant situations; must display initiative and independence in job performance; must e attentive to detail and willing to use learn new procedures and equipment operation; must communicate well with supervisors.

Contact Name: Carol Harrison

Contact Phone: 423-236-2010

Email: charrison@southern.edu

Research Assistant for SOAR

Department: SOAR Initiative / School of Social Work

Hours: According to student availability (8-10 hours per week)

Pay Rate: $7.25-$8.25/hr. (According to university's student labor pay scale limits based on class standing)

Description: Seeking an assistant, preferably a graduate student, to assist with research for SOAR (Studying Our Attitudes Racially) initiative. The job includes performing library/internet research, reviewing and summarizing research articles, brainstorming, editing and discussing research project and components, using SPSS to analyze data, transcribing audiotaped recordings and coding text data, helping draft portions of research reports, and editing write up.

Qualifications: 

-Interest in primary research

-Ability to learn quickly and thoroughly

-Ability to extract information from readings

-Ability to think analytically

-Ability to articulately discuss coding judgments

-Ability to work alone or on a team

-Attention to detail, good observation skills

-Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point)

-Excellent communication skills (writing, verbal)

-Proficient in APA -Ability to do accurate, detailed work

-Self-motivated, responsible, trustworthy

-Team spirit and a can-do attitude

-Tactful and caring, especially when working with study participants

-Experience with SPSS (preferably latest version)

-Basic office skills (filing, organizing, copying, etc.)

-Ability to read something and summarize it accurately

-Ability to create graphs and other representations of data

Contact Name: Tricia Foster

Contact Phone: 423.236.2629

Email: tfoster@southern.edu

Other: -To apply, email a cover letter, your resume including three references, current class standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.), major, and expected graduation date to tfoster@southern.edu. List the title of the position for which you are applying. If selected, you will be called for an interview within one week.

Student Worker for SOAR

Department: SOAR Initiative / School of Social Work 

Hours: According to student availability (8-10 hours per week)

Pay Rate: $7.25-$8.25/hr. (According to university's student labor pay scale limits based on class standing)

Description: Student worker needed to assist with SOAR (Studying Our Attitudes Racially) initiative for the purpose of helping to maintain organization and smooth-running functionality.

The worker must be able to engage in general office tasks (copying, filing, mail, phone, fax, errands, etc.), provide document support (proofreading, making revisions, etc.) and communication support, including creating information and promotional write ups and social media posts.

Qualifications:

-Excellent organizer

-Ability to do accurate, detailed work

-Good communication skills, both written and oral

-Intuitive and proactive in seeing and fulfilling needs independently

-Punctual, dependable, able to maintain confidences and a professional, business-like atmosphere

-Willingness to learn new tasks

-Team spirit and a can-do attitude -Computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point)

-Research experience a plus

Hours: According to student availability (8-10 hours per week) Pay Rate $7.25-$8.25/hr. (According to university's student labor pay scale limits based on class standing)

Contact Name: Tricia Foster 

Contact Phone: 423.236.2629

Email: tfoster@southern.edu

Other: -To apply, email a cover letter, your resume including three references, current class standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.), major, and expected graduation date to tfoster@southern.edu. List the title of the position for which you are applying. If selected, you will be called for an interview within one week.

Tutor Coordinator

Department: Tutoring Center in McKee Library

Hours: Approximately 20 hours per week

Pay Rate: $9.75 per hour

Description: Train and supervise peer tutors for the Tutoring Center ScheduletutorsusingWCOnline Lead mentor meetings for tutors Process student applications by creating a folder and helping the student schedule an interview with thedirectorLeadCRLA training sessions for tutors Help maintain efficient operations of the Tutoring Center by providing a desk presence or scheduling a student to be at the desk during open hours Maintain office filing system to keep track of all applications and tutor files ManageandupdateWCOnline Monitor client reports for tutoring appointments Create promotional material for the Center Work with professors and the director to find and place embedded tutors in designated courses

Qualifications: Current enrollment as a Southern student in good academic standing Completed a bachelor's degree Meets the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0 Strong leadership skills Strong critical thinking skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Contact Name: Sonja Fordham

Contact Phone: 423.236.2384

Email: sfordham@southern.edu

Other: Email a resume to Sonja Fordham, Director: sfordham@southern.edu

Student Worker - Cafeteria

Department: Cafeteria

Hours: Flexible hours to accommodate class schedule.

Pay Rate: $8.00- $9.25

Description:  We are looking for students to fill positions in all departments for the coming school year. We offer a variety of working environments and training in skills sets that can be carried with you in future jobs.

Departments: Cooks, Expediting, Bakery, Cashier, Vending, Dish Room, Prep, Salad, Floors, Dining Room Cleaning, and Stock Room.

Qualifications: On the job training

Contact Name: Sarah Bonet

Contact Phone: 423.236.2767

Email: sarahbonet@southern.edu

Village Market Deli

Department: Village Market Deli

Hours: Shifts available from 6:00 am-8:30 pm Pay Rate

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: We have openings in all departments all shifts. Stop by the Deli for an application. I will set up an appointment with you.

Qualifications: No Experience necessary. We will train on the job.

Contact Name: Jerilyn Pewsey

Contact Phone: 423.236.2310

Email: jdpewsey@southern.edu

Writing Center Tutor

Department: Writing Center / McKee Library

Hours: Flexible

Pay Rate: Based on class standing plus an additional $0.50 per hour

Description: 

A writing tutor may help students:

  • Interpret an assignment sheet, talk through ideas for a paper or presentation, discuss course readings, or plan for a paper
  • Consider choices with regard to audience, focus, purpose, reasoning, or organization
  • Develop ideas with greater specificity
  • Acquire research strategies, integrate scholarly sources, and apply proper documentation (such as MLA or APA)
  • Improve student editing and proofreading skills, expand vocabulary, and better understand technical conventions of academic writing

Qualifications:

  • Current enrollment as a Southern student in good academic standing
  • Completed at least one semester of college courses
  • Meets the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0
  • Received at least a B+ in ENGL 101 and ENGL 102
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Contact Name: Sonja Fordham

Contact Phone: 423.236.2384

Email: sfordham@southern.edu

Other: Position for Fall 2018. If interested, please request an application through email.

French Tutor

Department: Modern Languages Department

Hours: 4-8 hours per week during these hours: Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 7:30 p.m

Pay Rate: TBD

Qualifications: Must be proficient in French and pass proficiency test. Will be expected to interview with French professor.

Contact Name: Rayna Robinson

Contact Phone: 423.236.2221

Email: rrobinson@southern.edu

Other: When inquiring about the position, please send your resume to: rrobinson@southern.edu

KR's - Food Prep

Department: KR's Place (Near Student Center) 

Hours: Mondays & Wednesdays 9:00-2:00pm, Sundays 7:00-11:00pm

Pay Rate: Various Pay

Description: Duties Prep Food, clean, organize, tidy, cooking.

Qualifications: Punctual, dependable, hard working, team player, honest, caring & conscientious 

Contact Name: Kim Armstrong

Contact Phone: 423.236.2719

Email: kimearmstrong@southern.edu

Other: Specify which job you're applying for when sending your Fall 2018 Class Schedule to Ms. Kim's email

KR's - AM Stock Person 

Department: KR's Place (Near Student Center) 

Hours: Every other Sunday 2:00pm-4:00pm, Monday through Thursdays 6:30am-8:30am 

Pay Rate: According to student wage scale, Freshman $7.50 Hourly

Description: Responsible to lift 50 pounds, transport food from various levels, organize shelving, take inventory...

Qualifications: Lift 50 pounds, positive attitude, willingness, kind & caring

Contact Name: Kim Armstrong

Contact Phone: 423.236.2719

Email: kimearmstrong@southern.edu

Other: Please specify in email that you're applying for Stock Person position.

Electronic Lock Updater

Department: Plant Service

Hours: Mornings or Afternoons a few times a week. Flexible

Pay Rate: According to student wage scale

Description:

1. Update electronic locks with portable programmer.

2. Change batteries in electronic locks.

3. Clean electronic locks.

4. Check mechanical locks for loose screws and tighten.

5. Other assigned tasks as needed.

Qualifications:

1. Have a current driver's license.

2. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds.

3. Dexterity to use standard hand tools such as screwdriver and wrench.

4. Able to communicate and work well with others.

5. Self-motivated to complete assigned work orders with little to no on site supervision.

Other: Come to Plant Service and fill out an application and see Kim

Contact Name: Kim Sturm

Email:kasturm@southern.edu

Cleaning / Janitorial

Department: SERVICE DEPARTMENT

Hours: Now- will work around class schedule, 8am-12 and 1-5

FALL

Monday through Thursday

8-10:45, 1-3:45, 5-8pm

Friday 8am-10:45

Pay Rate: Based on SAU student employee pay scale per class standing

Description: Janitorial duties of classroom buildings, Library, Administration building, etc.

Qualifications: Must be able to lift up to 25lbs., walk, go up and down steps, bend over, reach above your head. Must be able to use cleaning chemicals, sweep, mop, vacuum floors and clean bathrooms. Must be self-motivated.

Other: If you will be arriving before Fall semester and would like to work please let me know. Go to your booklist and email me a copy of your class schedule. Its the one with your photo on it.

Contact Name: Bernetta Shockley

Contact Phone: 423.236.2132

Email: bernettashockley@southern.edu

Graduate Assistant for TSP

Department: Disability Support Services (DSS)

Hours: 15-20 Hours

Pay Rate: TBD

Description:

Set up and attend weekly individual meetings with TSP (Transition and Support Program) students.

Set up and attend, weekly group meetings with TSP students.

Meet with TSP Mentors, as scheduled or needed.

Follow up with Academic Mentors to verify TSP student is attending tutoring.

Following up with Academic Mentor to verify monthly attendance of Mentor with TSP student and professors.

Monitor progress of TSP student in their classes.

Follow up with Social Mentor to verify weekly activity event has been planned .

Follow up and inquire from Dorm Mentor as to any possible issues relating to dorm life.

Provide DSS Coordinator with updates of TSP students, on a weekly basis or as needed.

Stand in for the DSS Coordinator, as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Counseling or Psychology. A current graduate student in good standing. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

Contact Name: Mariella Pechero

Other: Please email a resume to mariellapechero@southern.edu to apply.

Email: mariellapechero@southern.edu

Housekeeping

Department: Village Market

Hours: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m Flexible

Evening Hours, 6 p.m. to Close

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: Cleaning all areas of the store

Qualifications: Willing to be on time for work and focused on the job.

Contact Name: Dennis Smith

Contact Phone: 423.236.2301

Email: desmith@southern.edu

Grocery Worker

Department: Village Market

Hours: Morning 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. Afternoons 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

2 or 3 days per week.

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: To stock drink coolers and bread aisle. Blocking aisle, and stocking.

Qualifications: Willing to be on time for work and focused on the job.

Contact Name: Dennis Smith

Contact Phone: 423.236.2301

Email: desmith@southern.edu

Produce Worker

Department: Village Market

Hours: 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: Cut fruit in morning and package it and put on retail shelf, plus preparing produce to be put on retail shelves.

Qualifications: Willing to be on time for work and focused on the job.

Contact Name: Dennis Smith

Contact Phone: 423.236.2301

Email: desmith@southern.edu

Custodian

Department: Transportation

Hours: Flexible

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: Clean shop floors, restrooms, office.

Qualifications: Cleaning experience helpful but not required. Must be dependable.

Other: please email current copy of class schedule

Contact Name: Sandra Garcia

Contact Phone: 423.236.2716

Email: sandrakgarcia@southern.edu

Kayak-Stock Person

Department: Kayak

Hours: Mondays/Wednesdays 11am - 1:30pm

Pay Rate: Varies

Description:

Deliver food from the cafeteria and VM Deli to the kayak.

Deliver cash deposit to Wright hall Cashiers office. Pick up petty cash change.

Cook Tapioca Pearls for Boba Pearl Tea

Qualifications:

Must have a current driver's license. Be able to lift 50 lbs or more.

Must be punctual, hardworking, and honest

Other: Email Schedule

Contact Name: Amelia Laneville

Email: atun@southern.edu

Student Support Manager (SSM) - Fall 2018

Department: Lynn Wood Hall/Student Success Center

Hours: 20 per week

Pay Rate: $9.00/hr

Description: Available during the fall and winter semester for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Participate in weekly Student Support Team meetings Manage assigned caseload according to the protocol. Assess need for services and develop Individual Service Plan (ISP) with the student. Connect student/s to appropriate services/resources. Monitor the student's progress toward achieving goals identified in the ISP. Maintain up to date documentation/case notes Assist with intervention programs for special populations.

Qualifications: Graduate student (Social Work or Psychology emphasis, preferred) Maintain good academic standing. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Customer service minded Familiar with campus resources Organized, self-starter, critical thinker Work efficiently alone and with a team Leadership qualities. Ability to connect with students. Maintain integrity and confidentiality. Proficient in MS Office with the ability to learn other programs.

Other: Please send a resume to the email listed above. Only graduate students may apply.

Contact Name: Regina Bailey

Contact Phone: 423.236.2838

Email: reginabailey@southern.edu

Landscape Workers - Great Pay

Department: Landscape Services

Hours: Our shifts are Monday-Thursday, 8-12 and 1-5, and Friday, 8-12. A minimum of 4 hours per shift is required for summer work. A minimum of 2 hours per shift is required during the school year.

Pay Rate: According to class standing up to $10.50 p/hr. A Continuous Service Rate Increase is awarded after completing two semesters. Plus a bonus is possible after completing the summer period for individual work performance.

Description: May include mowing, weeding, weed eating, planting, mulching, and general landscape jobs.

We are now taking applications for SmartStart and the Fall Semester.

Qualifications: Enjoy working outside in the fresh air and sunshine! A knowledge of landscape work is a plus, but not a requirement.

Contact Name: Mark Antone

Contact Phone: 423.236.2747

Email:dboyce@southern.edu

How to Apply: Please come to the Landscape Office on Park Lane and fill out an application.

F18 Tutors

Department: Tutoring Center

Hours: Flexible, can work with class schedule

Pay Rate: Based on class standing, opportunity to raise pay up to $8.75+

Description:

We are looking for students who are able to tutor at least two of the following:

ACT Test Preparation

Biology courses--Anat & Phys, Genetics, Gen. Microbiology, etc.

Chemistry courses--Gen. Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Gen. Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology Physics courses--Gen. Physics, University Physics Math courses--Statistics, College Algebra, Precalc Algebra, Precalc Trig, Calculus Business/Finance courses--Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Personal Finance, Principles of Finance, Accounting Nursing courses: Adult I, II, III, Fundamentals, Mental Health, Applied Statistics, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, etc.

Religion courses: Greek, Hebrew, Life and Teachings, Adventist Heritage

Other: Dev. Psychology, Gen. Psychology, American History, World Societies, Earth Science, Public Speaking

Responsibilities:

Prepare for and facilitate 1-on-1 or small group tutoring sessions with students

Must follow all Tutoring Center Policies and diligently fulfill the duties of a peer tutor introduced during initial training

Must attend additional required training or mandatory meetings

Must keep an open communication with the Tutor Coordinators and the Tutoring Center Director

Contact Name: Inah Pagarigan/Roy Calderon

Office Phone: 423.236.2578

Email:tutoringcenter@southern.edu

Short-term, short-notice work

Description: If you are available for short-term, short-notice work, then Human Resources would like to speak with you.

Periodically, departments on campus have large projects that require extra help, either because the project comes in at the last minute or because it is a busy time of year and they need an extra person. While these projects will not turn into a part-time job, or last long, Human Resources would like to have a list of available workers on hand for the departments to contact. Students who are interested can sign up in Human Resources and be notified via email when a department has a job starting in a day or two and lasting no more than two weeks.

1) Sign up for the email list (and complete required paperwork) in Human Resources.

2) Check your email and respond to opportunities you're interested in/available for/qualified to do.

3) Departments will fill their needs on a first-come, first-serve basis.

4) Jobs will start with little notice and last for no more than two weeks at a time.

This will not be a placement list, so signing up for this service will not find you a regular student job on campus. This is only an opportunity to be available for work here and there, on a very short-term basis. You must be registered for classes at Southern to be on this list.

Contact Info: Stop by Human Resources to sign up

Top 10 Campus Employers

Dining Hall
Jeri Pewsey, jdpewsey@southern.edu

Talge Hall
Lisa Patterson, lpatterson@southern.edu

Thatcher Hall
Belinda Fisher, belindal@southern.edu

Service Department
Bernetta Shockley, bernettashockley@southern.edu

Hulsey Wellness Center
Darin Bissell, dbissell@southern.edu

KR's Place
Kim Armstrong, kimearmstrong@southern.edu

Village Market
Dennis Smith, desmith@southern.edu

Landscape Services
Mark Antone, mantone@southern.edu

McKee Library
Carol Harrison, charrison@southern.edu

Plant Services
Kim Sturm, kasturm@southern.edu