Spring Job Fair Positions and Contacts

Looking to follow up with an employer from our March 20th on-campus job fair? Check out the list of employers and positions and contacts below:

ASPSA (Academic Support Program for Student Athletes)

aspsa-tutor@ncsu.edu, (919) 513-2048

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.

Study Hall Monitor

-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.
-Additional duties include special projects assigned requiring data collection, analysis, and interpretation of reports for multiple staff.
-The successful candidate should possess strong organizational and interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and have a high attention level for detail. Must have computer software applications skills to develop written reports. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse educational, cultural, and economic backgrounds. Must be able to work nights and weekends.

Mentor

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. Mentors have the opportunity to learn new teaching and mentoring strategies through interaction with administrators and participation in trainings.

Athletics

Amy Silverthorn, alsilve3@ncsu.edu, 919-515-1387

Facilities & Operations Assistant

  • Facilities & Operations Assistants provide support to Facilities & Operation staff in maintaining and operating all NC State Athletics facilities.

Campus Enterprises

Annaka Sikkink, avsikkin@ncsu.edu, 919-302-9459

Campus Enterprises is NC State’s lead division of retail and hospitality organizations. Each unit shares a common goal: deliver quality and efficient services with dedicated financial support for student activity and scholarships. Working as a member of the Campus Enterprises team, students gain valuable experience and develop skills that can be transferred to their individual career paths.  There are opportunities for advancement and leadership growth.

Come to our Campus Enterprises Hiring Event on April 5th in Talley to learn more and interview for openings. Apply ahead at go.ncsu.edu/ce-jobs.

  • NC State Dining Restaurants: Food Service Worker, Cashier, Utility Worker, Waitstaff
  • NC State Dining Halls: Food Service Worker
  • NC State Dining Coffee Shops: Barista
  • NC State Dining C-Stores: Food Service Worker, Cashier
  • NC State Bookstores: Cashier, Customer Service, Shelving
  • NC State Student Centers & Rave! Events: Information Assistant, Event Technician, Catering Waitstaff
  • Campus Enterprises Admin: Marketing Assistant, HR Assistant, Office Assistant

CSLEPS

Brian Mathis, bjmathis@ncsu.edu, 919-513-0215, https://csleps.dasa.ncsu.edu/leadership-employment-opportunities/

Graphic Designer – 2017-2018 (position open until April 10th)

The CSLEPS Graphic Designer will work in partnership with the Marketing & Communication Student Coordinator to promote and market CSLEPS and its events to the student body.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Create dynamic graphics for the CSLEPS website, social media, and print materials to engage multiple audiences that include students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.
  • Assists with marketing projects, specifically in graphic design
  • Participates in various stages of developing marketing programs and advertising materials to promote CSLEPS general office brand, as well as, CSLEPS events (Leaders for Change, leadership & service events, Alternative Service Break, etc)
  • Assist with order of print marketing materials and submission of images to marketing outlets

 

Qualifications:

  • Have demonstrated experience with graphic design, preferably around creating promotional materials; Photoshop knowledge is preferred
  • Current undergraduate student in good standing; only undergraduate students will be considered
  • Must be available to work approximate 5 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Creative, innovative, and desire to learn; Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once; Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively

 

Leaders for Change – 2017-2018 – 3 Positions  (all positions open until April 10th)

Leaders for Change (L4C) is a team of three individuals who are passionate about social justice, service, and leadership.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for creating and leading at least two high-impact projects/initiatives/events that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics.  These projects should address communities’ needs through education, leadership, and service (example areas for impact could be: gender issues, cultural competency, hunger & homelessness, global health, disaster relief, etc).  Each project should include the following components: education, empowerment, and opportunities for further engagement.  Projects should be researched, well prepared and impactful.
  • As an intern team, support the implementation of other interns’ high-impact projects/initiatives
  • Promote leaders for change initiatives across campus striving for a diverse audience.  
  • Engage campus and community partners in the development and/or executive of projects.
  • Attend meetings with supervisor and intern team

Qualifications:

  • Current student in good standing with the university
  • Must be available to work approximately 10 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm; hours will include select evening and weekend availability to assist with projects
  • Creative, innovative, and have desire to learn and to willingness to develop leadership ability
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Must demonstrate high level of personal and professional character and be dedicated to delivering more than what is asked
CSLEPS Summer Interns – 3 Positions – 2017 Summer (all positions open until April 10th)

CSLEPS hires three summer interns to support our summer initiatives and promote student involvement with our programs. Internship scheduling needs and qualifications vary based on specific summer internship position. All summer interns are paid $10/hr.

  • CSLEPS Engagement Summer Intern – 20 Hours/Week

Responsible for staffing and scheduling summer CSLEPS Ambassadors for the campus resource fair for Summer Orientation Sessions

Developing the CSLEPS Orientation Presentation

Scheduling and Co-Presenting with CSLEPS Staff Member to incoming students and parents during summer orientation sessions

Plan, advertise, and execute the CSLEPS Open House as part of Wolfpack Welcome Week

Plan and Lead CSLEPS Summer Ambassador meetings and trainings

Support CSLEPS team with summer projects and initiatives

Qualifications: Well organized, enthusiastic, engaging public speaking and presentation skills

Scheduling Requirements: Must be available between M-F 10:50am-2:30pm for Orientation Sessions, all other hours will be scheduled between 8:30pm – 5:00pm

 

  • CSLEPS Service & Programming Summer Intern – 20 Hours/Week

Planning, promoting, and implementing summer service projects for the summer students, staff, and faculty present at NC State.

Plan and implement the new Service & Volunteer Fair for Wolfpack Welcome Week. This involves coordinating with community organizations, nonprofits, service groups, and service-based student organizations.

Work with university partners such as University Housing, UREC, New Student Programs, to plan general programming that engages summer students on topics of leadership, service, and social justice.

Support CSLEPS team with summer projects and initiatives

    • Qualifications: Well organized, professional communication skills, passion for service

 

  • Graphic Design & Marketing Summer Intern – 10 hours a week
      • Create dynamic graphics for the CSLEPS website, social media, and print materials to engage multiple audiences that include students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.
      • Participates in various stages of developing marketing programs and advertising materials to promote CSLEPS general office brand, as well as, CSLEPS events (Leaders for Change, leadership & service events, Alternative Service Break, etc)
      • Assist with order of print marketing materials and submission of images to marketing outlets
      • Qualifications: Have demonstrated experience with graphic design, preferably around creating promotional materials; Photoshop knowledge is preferred; Current undergraduate student in good standing; only undergraduate students will be considered; Must be available to work approximate 10 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects; Creative, innovative, and desire to learn; Ability to organize and prioritize work while juggling several projects at once; Ability to demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
Leadership Development Student Coordinator – 2017-2018 (position open until April 10th)

The Leadership Development Student Coordinator will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as a representative at programs/events as needed.

Responsibilities:

  • Create and coordinate a workshop series to address current leadership issues and topics (e.g. lunchtime leadership series), coordination efforts may include researching best practices, booking space, scheduling facilitators, marketing the event, developing training materials, pre and post event communication with participants, etc
  • Work in partnership with the Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator to promote leadership development programs to increase reach and attendance


Qualifications:

  • Current undergraduate student in good standing; only undergraduate students will be considered
  • Must be available to work approximate 5 hours per week during M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm, select evening and weekend availability may be needed to assist with projects
  • Passion for leadership and service; Commitment to actively engage in dialogue about current issues leaders are facing; Creative, innovative, and desire to learn
  • Previous experience with public speaking and presenting is preferred

 

CSLEPS Workstudy 2017-2018 (position open until April 10th)

Only students with a Financial Aid Work-Study Award are eligible for this position.

 

This position will support 5 full time staff and 1 graduate assistant, and complete tasks related to the CSLEPS office as assigned. The Work Study student will be allotted 5-7 hours per week and preference will be given to students who are available to work from 12noon to 1p, Monday-Friday. Student workers are required to maintain a GPA of 2.5 or above and be in good academic and student conduct standing.

 

Prior experience with CSLEPS initiatives is preferred. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to take initiative and follow through on tasks; exhibit critical thinking skills and ethical decision making; express interest in learning, supporting, and advancing CSLEPS mission, vision, and values. Applicants should display knowledge of multiculturalism and social justice concepts; exercise effective use of verbal and written communication.

 

Specific job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Providing outstanding customer service to visitors as they come into the office
  • Manage the flow of traffic as it relates to visitors coming in for meetings with the staff, visits and tours of the office
  • Handling initial inquiries about the office and communicating other questions to professional staff
  • Assist with office communication platforms including: email, Facebook, twitter etc
  • Provide updates to office website
  • Assist with benchmarking related to service and leadership initiatives
  • Provide logistical and administrative support for office programs and initiatives
  • File, organize and conduct database entries of various program information
  • Represent CSLEPS at information fairs, classroom presentations, etc.

Disability Services Office

David Pletcher, dtpletch@ncsu.edu, 919-513-3970

Class Note Taker

Class Note/Taker:
-Attends and takes notes each class session.
-Contacts the DSO immediately to report any absence and/or problems.
-Provide the notes at the end of each session by uploading them.
-Must have a good understanding of the subject area, or have already passed the class.
-Must be willing to commit to take notes for the entire semester.
-Must maintain strict confidentiality.
-Must attend class even in student’s absence.

Access Assistant

– Attends and takes notes each class session.
– Contact the DSO immediately to report any absence and/or problems.
– MUST ATTEND CLASS IN DSO STUDENTS ABSENCE
– Work one on one, in person, with assigned student.
– Assist student with classroom/laboratory work (physical academic tasks; note-taking; writing out and solving problems in class activities; manipulating equipment and materials as needed; active use of textbook, etc.)
– Student will give instructions to the Assistant.
– Must be able to perform in the subject area.
– Must maintain strict confidentiality.
– Must commit to assignment for the entire semester.
*Access Assistants will not perform tasks of a personal nature.

Scribe

Scribe Responsibilities:
-Works one on one, in person, with assigned student.
-Acts as a monitor and assistant for testing of student.
-Guarantees that all security procedures are closely followed.
-Must be highly responsible, mature, and trustworthy.
-Must maintain strict confidentiality.
-Must be punctual.
-Must have a good understanding of the subject area.
-Writes for a student while he or she dictates during an exam.
-Records word for word dictated without personal input or editing.
-Student will proofread and dictate desired changes in spelling, sentence structure, style, etc.
-Student will approve final draft to be submitted to professor.

Enrollment Management and Services

Brantley Atkinson, ebatkins@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3233

Marketing and Communications Intern

  • As part of the EMAS MarCom team, students will work closely with a dynamic organization to assist in the development and implementation of integrated marketing and communication efforts which will span several communication mediums and target a variety of audiences and programs with the objective of increasing visibility, brand awareness and student enrollment.

NC State Call Center

Brittany E. Smith, brittany.smith@ruffalonl.com, 919-515-0516

Student Fundraiser

  • As a Student Fundraiser, you will have the opportunity to speak with many of NCSU’s most spirited alumni to raise money for scholarship and grant opportunities, research initiatives, recruitment of world-renowned faculty, and a variety of other initiatives in your college and throughout the university.
    You will have the opportunity to begin networking with alumni now by helping maintain connections between the university and alumni, further enhancing the strength of the Wolfpack.

 

NCSU Libraries

Brian Pugsley, bkpugsle@ncsu.edu, 919-513-8265

D. H. Hill Library Ask Us Student Assistant

Assist in day-to-day operations of the D. H. Hill Library Ask Us Information Center.

D. H. Hill Library Ask Us Technology Advisor

Assist in day-to-day operations of the D. H. Hill Library Ask Us Information Center. In addition, tech advisors provide technology consultations for students, faculty, and staff.

Pack TV

Madison Bell, wolfpacksportstelevision@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3153

PackTV, NC State’s sports station, broadcasts on the WolfTV cable system, Apple TV, Roku TV, YouTube and Vimeo.  We cover all levels of NC State sports, from varsity to intramural, and are looking for energetic student workers to work cameras, direct and do on-air play-by-play and color commentary.  No experience is necessary, but liking sports and broadcasting is encouraged.

PackTV pays its student employees $7.40 an hour but can also work out internships if the student prefers.

 

Student Media

Krystal Baker, krpittma@ncsu.edu, 919-513-0362

Agromeck Staff Designer

Pay:

$20/spread or amount for special assignments at discretion of the Editor-in-Chief

Staff designers are responsible for:

  • Lay out spreads with photos and articles.
  • Help design promotional material including postcards, flyers, etc.
  • Work with the photography editor in selecting photos for spreads
  • Attend staff meetings.
  • Help publicize the book/portrait sessions.
  • Attend work nights.
  • Be an active member of staff, taking assignments and participating during meetings.
  • Challenge themselves with unusual spreads; think outside the box.
  • Always work to maintain the theme and design elements of the current year’s book.
Agromeck Staff Photographer

Pay:

$10 per photo, varies based on publication

Photographers are responsible for taking photos of campus life and issues pertaining to students. Photographers are also responsible for gathering accurate and complete caption information.

  • Attend weekly photo meetings.
  • Complete photo assignments in a timely fashion as determined by photo editor.
  • Place caption/credit information in the File Info of every photo placed on the server.
Agromeck Staff Writer

Pay:

$10/story or amount for special assignments at discretion of the Editor-in-Chief

Staff writers are responsible for writing articles which feature a specific aspect of campus life or issues pertaining to students. It is their responsibility to gather fair and accurate information and to portray it as such.

  • Write at least two stories per deadline
  • Write headline and subhead for each story.
  • Assist section editors in collecting story ideas.
  • Assist in writing captions.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings.
  • Assist in marketing and promoting the yearbook with duties as assigned by editors.
  • Attend work nights.
  • Be an active member of the staff.
  • Be an example to new staff.
  • Research event or related content for every story and prepare well-thought interview questions.
Student Media Business Office Account Executive

Account Executives (AEs) report to the student business manager.  AEs are responsible for generating sales from existing and new customers, prospecting potential customers, providing outstanding customer service and contributing to the benefit of the overall operation of Student Media.

AEs must be effective communicators with the ability to write sales letters and professionally represent Student Media in client meetings.  AEs must have outstanding knowledge of products sold, be it print, online, special sections, radio, yearbook, or other advertising options.

Internally, the AEs work with the Business Manager, the design team, marketing team and/or the production team.  It is the AEs job to convey the advertiser’s marketing plans and ideas to the design and/or production team to maximize the effectiveness of all ad placements in print or radio.

AEs are responsible for completing all necessary paperwork, including contracts, production requests, daily call sheets, and account profiles.  AEs must check daily for messages and reply promptly.  The AEs are responsible  for meeting all deadlines for insertion and production orders, artwork, verifying that payment or credit authorization has been secured before publication, and must make sure that the client sees and signs off of on a proof of their ad.  Follow-up is an integral part of the sales process.

Each AE is expected to work a minimum of 10 hours each week with at least 4 hours committed to cold calls and prospecting.  The AEs are expected to maintain regular contact with all clients.  

The AEs are expected to perform at a professional level at all times. The AEs must have a superior attention to detail, a positive attitude, and outstanding customer service skills to be successful in media sales.

Technician Staff

Writer Correspondent

Learn the ropes of being a reporter or columnist at Technician — for either news, features, opinion or sports sections — and get training from section editors. Correspondents will learn about how the student newspaper functions, how to approach and interview sources, how to write high-quality pieces for publication in print and online and how to edit their work. After writing 10 pieces and participating in training writer correspondents can become paid staff writers.

 

Photographer Correspondent

Take the first step in becoming a Student Media photographer for Agromeck (yearbook), Nubian Message (newspaper) and Technician (newspaper). Photography correspondents will learn about how camera gear works, best practices and ethics of photojournalism, how to shoot portraits, how to work events and how to select the best images. Photographer correspondents are paired with experienced student photojournalists to learn the ropes. After shooting 10 assignments and participating in training, photographer correspondents can become paid staff photographers.

 

Page and/or Graphic Designer

Technician is looking for talented designers looking to exercise their skills at page design for the publication’s print product, and/or graphic design for print and online use. Existing skills in Adobe InDesign or Illustrator are a plus, but anyone interested in acquiring those skills and practical design experience can apply. After five design shifts designers can  become paid staff designers.

 

Videographer Correspondent

If you’re interested in learning how to shoot and edit video, Technician is looking for new videographers. No prior experience required. Learn how video gear, including camcorders and DSLR cameras, work, and practice shooting and editing video using Adobe Premier for a news outlet. After completing three video assignments and several training sessions with video managers correspondents can become paid staff videographers.

 

TRIO SSS Tutoring

Kyle Blochl, kjblochl@ncsu.edu, 919-513-1725

Peer Tutor

  • TRIO Student Support Services is a federally funded grant program that assists first-generation and under-resourced students. Part of the services that TRIO SSS provides includes tutoring, and many tutors are brought on throughout the semester. Tutors for TRIO SSS can tutor for any course that they have made a B+ or higher in. As well, they must be in good academic standing. Tutoring experience is preferred, but not required. Scheduling is flexible, and pay ranges from $9-12 an hour (dependent upon experience)

 

University Tutorial Center

Megan Ryals, meryals@ncsu.edu, 919-515-5620

University Peer Tutor

  • The university peer tutor meets with at least 2 students each week for 2 hours each. Tutoring is offered for most 100-200 level math, chemistry, and physics courses.

 

URec (University Recreation)

Mary Yemma, mjyemma@ncsu.edu, 919-513-3890

URec is hiring for a number of positions including:

  • Swim Lesson Instructor
  • Lifeguard
  • Facility Operations Assistant
  • Group Fitness Instructor
  • Personal Trainer
  • Strength and Conditioning Assistant
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Member Services Specialist
  • Bike Mechanic
  • Challenge Course Apprentice
  • Wellness Assistant
  • Wellness Coach
  • Development Specialist

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