Work at the heart of the university!
As the most active spot on campus, the UMC has an energetic employment community that gives CU students exceptional leadership and job experience. Because the UMC hosts a wide variety of services, there's bound to be an employment opportunity perfect for your style, interests and skills!
In addition to the following UMC job openings, there's a myriad of job and volunteer positions offered by other CU Departments housed within the UMC. Visit the UMC Building Directory (link) for a list of departments, services and organizations, and visit the CU student employment website to check for job opportunities in these areas.
Student Job Openings:
Work in a dynamic environment while outreaching to and networking with student organizations and Division of Student Affairs staff! This position will work for University Communications while being housed in the UMC and supervised by UMC Administration staff. The position will edit and proof content for student events on the campus’ CU Events Calendar to feed student services website calendars and the student-focused “In the Mix” calendar. The successful candidate will be able to apply AP Style, edit for clarity and content, and communicate with staff and students in a friendly, customer-focused, and professional manner. Qualified candidates may be invited to take a short test to demonstrate their editing proficiency. This position offers a great opportunity to develop skills that will benefit you in your future career path!
Apply by September 22 for full consideration.
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The UMC Events Planning and Catering office is the UMC scheduling office for the UMC and for Non-academic classrooms.
This student position will be trained on scheduling software, catering software and VISO mapping, and will assist with event coordination, planning of small events, and reserving space for meetings.
Our office is fast paced – lots of engagement with students, student groups, staff and faculty. Applicants need some customer service skills as well as computer skills, and will have opportunities to learn more. Our office has up-to-date software used in many corporations and other Universities.
We are looking for undergraduate students (sophomores preferred).
Possible hours of employment: Monday afternoons, Tuesday mornings, Wednesday afternoons, and Friday afternoons
Minimum 10hrs/wk., up to 15hrs/wk.
Pick-up an application at the UMC 140 office or download application below.
Greek Life is seeking applicants for the Graduate Assistant for Greek Life and Leadership position to begin as soon as possible. Please read over the job description for this position and email your resume, cover letter and application to firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will be open until filled!
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Undergraduate students: 2014 fall semester jobs available! Prefer mid-day hours, 10am - 3pm. Minimum 12hrs/wk, up to 30hrs/wk.
Convenient campus location with meal benefits and opportunities for promotions. Pick up application from Alferd Packer cashiers or download the application below. Submit to UMC Food Service Retail Office, 1st floor.
Click here to download UMC Food Service application
Work for the heart of campus and be part of a dynamic department! This position is responsible for preparing, painting, and finishing varied surfaces in the University Memorial Center (UMC) as well as on the exterior of the UMC, as designated by the supervisor. The work includes prepping areas, moving furniture, equipment, and other items (i.e., wall hangings/décor, window coverings) as needed to access an area, following safety regulations, and other related duties as assigned.
Apply soon for full consideration.
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This position works for UMC Building Operations with Events Planning. The position will be hired in October as a SAI position at $8/hr; and upon successful training, will be promoted to the SAIII Manager position in mid-December at $11.25/hr. Please read the attached job description below for the SAIII Set-up Crew Student Manager.
The SAI Set-up Crew position includes learning and fulfilling custodial duties, event set-ups, and other project duties within the UMC and its outside spaces. These include trash collection, vacuuming, stocking, cleaning bathrooms after 1:30pm, furniture and small AV setups, cleaning under South Terrace tiles, maintaining event furniture, and equipment inventory.
The SAIII Manager position will include:
Hiring and supervising student employees.
Creating, maintaining, and updating the student schedule and contact information sheet.
Approving student employee weekly timecards.
Working with UMC staff.
Arranging student staff meetings.
This position must be able to work at least 2 semesters (more is preferable).
To be eligible, the student must maintain at least a part-time student status (minimum 6 credit hours/semester).
This position has flexible hours (20/week), may need to cover some student shifts at times, and must frequently check email and respond to situations.
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