New Student On-Campus Job Fair

Who’s Hiring?

Here’s a preview of some of the employers and positions that will be available. Come to the fair for more details and employer contact information.

Academic Support Program for Student Athletes
  • Contact: Kristen Lee, aspsa-tutor@ncsu.edu (919) 513-2048
  • Academic Tutor
    • Provide individual and small group tutoring to student-athletes within the Academic Skills Enhancement Program to enhance academic skills through teaching study skills and strategies, clarifying questions related to the content, and offer academic mentoring within ASPSA’s facilities throughout the academic year.Must have at least a 3.25 cumulative grade point average, demonstrate proficiency in coursework, and/or have received a B+ or higher in the courses selected to tutor. Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends.
  • Study Hall Monitor
    • Assist with the enhancement of student-athletes’ academic skills through academic mentoring while abiding by ASPSA and NCAA policies and procedures. ASPSA mentors assist at-risk student-athletes in developing important areas of learning for academic success such as time management, goal setting, self-advocacy, study strategies, test preparation, note taking and reading comprehension.
  • Mentor
    • Enforce all ASPSA facility rules and consistently report any issues to an ASPSA staff member. Monitor check-in/check-out for all student-athletes entering the facility. Facilitate and maintain a study environment conducive to learning. Assist the tutorial and academic support staff on tutor/student-athlete pairings.  Must be able to work nights and weekends.

 

Annual Giving
  • Contact: Brittany E. Smith, ncstatecallcenter@gmail.com (919) 515-0513
  • Student Fundraiser
    • Have the opportunity to speak NCSU’s alumni to raise money for scholarships, grant opportunities, research initiatives, and a variety of other initiatives at the university.This is an incredible opportunity to hone your communication, persuasion and problem-solving skills, all widely regarded as the most marketable skills for future employers.
Athletics
  • Contact: Amy Silverthorn, alsilve3@ncsu.edu (919) 515-1387
  • Facilities Operations Assistant
    • Purpose: Facilities & Operations Assistants provide support to Facilities & Operation staff in maintaining and operating all NC State Athletics facilities.Responsibilities:• Complete maintenance tasks as assigned, including but not limited to painting, replacing light bulbs, hanging picture frames, etc.
      -Conduct building inspections and compile reports to generate facility work orders.
      -Assist with event set-ups, changeovers and event support for a variety of events held in all athletic facilities or non-athletic facilities that may be hosting an athletics event.
      -Provide administrative support to Facilities & Operations, including clerical, data gathering, research and surveys.
      -Complete tasks as assigned by Athletic Department Administrators as needed.
Campus Enterprises
  • Contact: Caitlin Williams, cmfalls@ncsu.edu (919) 513-1589
  • Food Service Worker
    • Purpose: Provide vital support to Campus Enterprises and NC State Dining by providing an excellent dining experience for all guests.Essential functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

– Provide excellent customer service to all guests.
– Communicate effectively with supervisors, peers, and guests.
– Ability to work in a fast-paced environment to prep, serve and restock food items.
– Ability to read and follow both written and verbal instructions and recipes to efficiently and accurately assemble menu items.
– Assist supervisor with weekly and monthly cleaning of kitchen and production area.

  • Barista
    • Purpose: Provide vital support to Campus Enterprises and NC State Dining by providing an excellent dining experience for all guests. Essential functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

– Provide excellent customer service to all guests.
– Communicate effectively with supervisors, peers, and guests.
– Ability to work in a fast-paced environment to prep, serve and restock food items.
– Ability to read and follow both written and verbal instructions and recipes to efficiently and accurately assemble menu items.
– Assist supervisor with weekly and monthly cleaning of kitchen and production area.

  • C-Store Cashier
    • Purpose: Provide vital support to Campus Enterprises and NC State Dining by providing an excellent dining experience for all guests.Essential functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

-Register Operations
-Stock and Clean store
-Dip ice cream, make milkshakes and waffle cones.
-Bakery section help with online orders.

  • Waitstaff
    • Purpose: Provide vital support to Campus Enterprises and NC State Dining by providing an excellent dining experience for all guests.Work Schedule: Monday- Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm. Essential functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

-Serve customers by taking orders.
-Cash handling and running a register.
-Keeping dining room area clean and sanitized.

Disability Services Office (DSO)

Contact: Wyona Goodwin, wrgoodwi@ncsu.edu (919) 513-3767

Access Assistant

Access Assistant provides hands on in classroom assistants to students with physical disabilities to include, note taking and lab assistance.

Scribe

Responsible for assisting registered students with writing during their exams.

Class Note Taker

Note Takers- provide in classroom notes for registered DSO students.

Enrollment Management and Services

Contact: Marion Zanga, mrzanga@ncsu.edu (919) 513-1887

Over 50 Campus Federal Work Study Positions

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program offers students the opportunity to work part-time to help cover college expenses. FWS is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and meet certain eligibility requirements. A large number of on-campus office, lab and research assistant positions still need to be filled and a variety of off-campus community service positions are available.Please visit the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid table to see a listing of current job openings and determine if you qualify.

Media and Student Services

Contact: Logan Sims, lmsims@ncsu.edu (919) 513-0713

Broadcaster

Student will be involved with broadcasting club, intramural and varsity sport through play-by-play and color analysis.

Camera Operator

Student will be involved with covering club, intramural and varsity sport through camera operation.

Technical Director

Student will be involved with covering club, intramural and varsity sport by running the behind the scenes technical aspects of a broadcast.

New Student Programs

Contact: Quentin Hodges, qlhodges@ncsu.edu (919) 515-1234

Orientation Leaders

Orientation Leaders (OLs) represent NC State during Orientation programs and assist new students and their families with their transition into the NC State community.

Summer Start Peer Mentors

Summer Start Mentors Build relationships with incoming students participating in the Summer Start Program, which is an on campus academic academic and co-curricular experience before their first fall semester.

Office of Information Technology

Contact: Calvin Jackson, ccjacks3@ncsu.edu (919) 896-9060

ClassTech Support Technician

OIT ClassTech support technicians provide AV & IT customer support to faculty, staff, and students in various classrooms and conference rooms on campus. This is a wonderful on-campus job with opportunities to grow in customer service and IT technical skills. Must be willing to work at least 10 hours during the business week (M-F).

TRIO Student Support Services

Contact: Kyle Blochl, kjblochl@ncsu.edu (919) 513-1725

TRIO SSS Peer Tutor

TRIO SSS Peer Tutors work closely with students in the TRIO SSS program. Peer Tutors generally work one-on-one with students who they are paired with for the semester, and hours are flexible. Peer Tutors can tutor any course that they have earned a B+ or higher in (some transfer credit can be taken into account as well).

University Housing

Contact: Veronica Cooley-Perry, vjcooley@ncsu.edu (919) 515-8698

Resident Advisors (RA)

Are you interested in developing your leadership skills? Come learn more about being an Resident Advisor. Applications open up for the 2018-2019 academic year on October 2nd!

University Recreation

Contact: Mary Yemma, mjyemma@ncsu.edu (919) 513-3890

Join the University Recreation Staff

Develop professional and transferable skills to succeed both inside and outside of the classroom.Join the more than 700 NC State students who are employed by us annually. Work in a dynamic environment that offers flexible scheduling and real-world experience. You are eligible for a position with us if you enrolled on a half-time basis (9 credits for undergraduate or 4.5 for graduate students).

In October we will be recruiting 100 plus students to join the UREC team. For more information about student positions please visit the website, recreation.ncsu.edu/student-employment/
October Recruitment Fairs
Monday, October 23, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m., Carmichael Recreation Center Playzone
Tuesday, October 24, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m., Carmichael Recreation Center Playzone

Benefits of an On-Campus Job

A class-friendly schedule: No one understands the demands on a college student quite like campus employers. They’re also familiar with the college schedule, including breaks and finals, and will prioritize working around those as much as possible.

Meet new people: On-campus departments employ thousands of students! Unlike off-campus jobs, everyday you’ll be working with potential classmates or even roommates.

Convenient location: Easily transition from class or a student organization meeting to your job without even having to get into your car!

Build your resume: gain valuable employment experience and transferable skills that can help you improve your resume

Great references: On-campus supervisors can be the source of some great references for future employment and graduate school.

Preparing for the Fair

This fair is meant to be informational and more informal than other career fairs on campus. It is not necessary for attendees to wear business professional attire or have resumes on hand. However, it is still important to make a good impression with future employers, so make sure to avoid the items listed below:

cut/ripped shirts

pants with holes

clothing with profanity or advertising alcohol/ inappropriate content

shirts baring midriff

revealing clothing or low cut shirt

undergarments showing

What to Expect

Sign in at the door using your NC State Student ID.

After checking in, you’ll attend a brief presentation with the Career Development Center Career Ambassadors who will provide tips and tricks for approaching employers, navigating the job fair, sharing your credentials, and following up with employers.

Meet the Employers! You’ll enter the ballroom and chat with employers across campus offering positions for the current semester and spring semester.

Questions? Contact New Student Programs at orientation@ncsu.edu or 919-515-1234.