General Maintenance. Assist the maintenance staff in maintaining HVAC, plumbing and electrical services to the campus. Applicants should be in good physical condition, able to lift 50 lbs, able to work in tight spaces, able to climb and work from ladders. 40 Hours/ week. 7am-3:30pm
General office duties including customer service responsibilities, assembling mailings, and scanning documents. Must be detail oriented, personable and committed to learning the basics of financial aid and billing.
Outdoor work including planting, weeding, watering, spreading wood chips among the plots, fertilizing, moving compost, and harvesting. Possible additional duties include supervising middle-school visitors on one day, and delivering produce to a food pantry. Students must be able to work on their knees, tolerate direct summer sun, and be willing to do physical labor. The positions are open to all students who are committed to promoting healthy eating practices among students, and providing nutritious produce to the local food pantry. 2.5 to 3 hours per week needed
Hiring friendly and enthusiastic students to work our front counter. You will be the first point of contact for students, families, faculty and other staff answering any questions they may have regarding a variety of issues that our office is responsible for. Job includes: scanning and double checking documents, special projects, assistance with Commencement and general office help. Federal Work Study required.
Tutors are needed to provide writing assistance to members of the Elmhurst College community. Tutors must have strong writing skills, as well as a solid understanding of the writing process and rhetorical concerns. Additionally tutors are expected to support independent learning, guiding and encouraging students to develop their own personal strategies to be successful writers. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.
The Elmhurst College Student Ambassador program is a student group established to assist the Office of Admission in providing prospective students with positive and accurate information about the College. These students will work for the Office of Admission in a variety of ways, including conducting guided campus tours, attending on-campus programs, and hosting prospective students overnight in the residence halls. Last, Student Ambassadors assisting Admission Counselors with various office projects as needed. We are looking for students who will be sophomores and above in fall 2016.