You will find many opportunities to work on and off campus at Oklahoma Christian University.

This is a complete listing of the jobs available to students on-campus. Many on-campus jobs require you to be eligible for work study. If you have not received an award letter from us or if you have received an award letter but work study is not listed, you should contact the Student Financial Services Office to find out if you can be eligible for a work study position. We will work with you to ensure the process is as smooth as possible.

Please make note of the number of Open Positions. This denotes the number of unfilled positions that are still available. Click on the contact person's name to send an email expressing your interest in the available job.

Note: WS - Workstudy Job, RS - Regular non-workstudy Job.

Academic Affairs


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Acad Affairs Peer Mentor RS Mrs. Lannea R. Pemberton 4 4 The Peer Mentor will meet weekly, on an individual basis, with each
student assigned to them & assist them in organization, help them keep
track of upcoming assignments & tests, work with them on study skills,
help them study for exams & tutor in Intermediate Algebra, Writing &
Bible.
Necessary Skills: Patience, organization, dependability commication
are essential. Others to negotiate the ALEKS program for Inter Algebr
proofread & make suggestions for essays in Dev. Writing etc.
***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2014***
Honors Program Work Study WS Mrs. Lisa E. Carroll 1 1 Honors student. Accurate typing and computer skills in Microsoft Word
and Excel programs, detailed computer data entry, filing and
miscellaneous office jobs. Recruiting phone calls to high school
students interested in the Honors program. Good communication and
public relation skills.
**POSITION FILLED FOR FALL 2014**
Int'l Programs Work Study WS Mrs. Mendy Kooi 1 1 Assists with information dissemination, application, data
collection, data entry, generating of reports and follow-up for
students wanting to participate in study abroad programs. This
requires ability to organize material, prioritize and communicate
with applicants and sponors in a professional manner. In addition to
mail runs, filing, and making copies, the student also greets office
visitors, answers the phone, and is expected to take accurate
messages or transfer to appropriate person. Also needs to be
comfortable communicating with non-native English speakers.
Lang/Culture Institute Regst RS Mr. LJ Littlejohn 1 1
Lang/Culture Institute Tutor RS Mr. LJ Littlejohn 2 2 LCI ESL tutors will provide individual and small group tutoring to
students in the Language and Culture Institute. Tutors will assist
students in improving academic achievements by meeting with them on
a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills.
Other assistance might include: reviewing class material, discussing
the text, predicting test questions, formulating ideas for papers, or
working on solutions to problems. Tutors are not expected to know
everything about the subject for which they tutor.

Admissions


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Admissions Records Work-Study WS Ms. Bonnie Howard 2 2 Assist in document imaging of supplemental admissions documents, data
entry, and general office work. Good computer skills required.
***POSITION FILLED FOR 2014-2015***
Admissions Work-Study WS Mrs. Daniella G. Rayner 3 3 General office such as answer the phone, reception, data entry, and
managing mailings. In addition, this position amy include working
campus special events. Office workers will be trained to do back-up
tours if needed but will not be a primary tour guide.
***NOTHING AVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015 AT THIS TIME***
Admissions Student Caller RS Mr. Aaron D. Askew 8 8 Assists Admissions Office by calling prospective OC students.
***POSITIONS FILLED FOR 2014-2015***

Administrative Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Registrar Work Study WS Mrs. Deborah A. Newberry 4 4 General office work such as, filing, alphabetizing, mailing letters,
answering phones, other duties as needed. Confidentiality is a must.
***NOTHING AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME-SPRING 2015***

Advancement


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Advancement Operations Work-St WS Mr. William H. Blanchard 1 1 This student will assist the Advancement Team with various clerical
duties as assigned.
Church Relations Work-Study WS Mr. William H. Blanchard 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings. Must have good communication and people skills. Hours
may include daytime, evenings, and weekends.
DEV Student Caller Regular St RS Mr. William H. Blanchard 10 10 For a complete job description for this position, please visit
http://www.oc.edu/advancement/phonathon_job.aspx
VP Advancement Work-Study WS Mr. William H. Blanchard 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings. Must have good communication and people skills and be
willing to perform tasks for the Office of Planned Giving, Office of
the President, Office of Advancement and Office of Alumni. Hours
may include daytime, evenings, and weekends.
Student Director of Callout RS Mr. William H. Blanchard 1 1 Works with Director of Annual Giving to manage a team of 8-15
student workers, coordinating direct mail and personal contact efforts
to engage and seek annual support from OC's alumni and friends
nationwide. Must have excellent interpersonal and communication
skills, problem-solving ability, and a good working knowledge of
OC - both our history and current highlights. Minimum of one year
working in OC Advancement required.

Alumni Relations


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Alum Regular Student RS Mrs. Kimberly K. Reiter 1 1 Assist the Alumni Relations department through general office duties
and occassional event planning tasks. Must have excellent people
skills, be an effective communicator, and be willing to work some
weekends and evenings.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Alumni Work-Study WS Mrs. Kimberly K. Reiter 1 1 Assist the Alumni Relations department through general office
duties and occasional event planning tasks. Must have
excellent people skills, be an effective communicator, and be
willing to work a few extra hours during Homecoming and
special events.
***NOTHING AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME-SPRING 2015***

Arts and Sciences


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Arts & Sciences, Regular Stu RS Mrs. Iola Gieger 1 1 Assists in the office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Accurate typing and computer skills in Microsoft Word & Excel needed.
Student will greet visitors, answer phone, assist with copying, filing
data entry, and campus errands. Nice appearance required.
Hist & Political Work Study WS Mrs. Jennifer L. Campbell 2 2 General office work such as copying and collating materials, filing,
taking roll in large classes, shredding documents, grading quizzes,
and other miscellaneous tasks.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME 2014-2015***
Psychology Work Study WS Mrs. Jennifer L. Campbell 2 2 General office work such as copying and collating materials, filing,
taking roll in large classes, shredding documents, grading quizzes,
and other miscellaneous tasks.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME 2014-2015***

Athletics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Athletics Academic Tutor Reg RS Mr. Dean A. Findley 6 6 Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis in all subject areas.
Current needs include chemistry and algebra. Anyone may apply but
upperclassmen are preferred. All tutors must posses certain minimum
qualifications. All tutors must have received an A or B in a class to
qualified to assist others. Also, tutors should be highly motivated
and capable of interfacing with student-athletes possessing a wide
range of ability, motivation, and backgrounds. Tutoring sessions are
conducted on an individual basis or in small groups and will be based
on the student-athlete's schedule. The service provided by athletic
academic tutor in an integral component of the total athletic/academic
support system ond our Life Skill program. As a tutor, you must be an
academic role model for the student-athletes with whom you will be
working. Your skills as a tutor will greatly benefit the student-
athletes as you work on content-specific material and study
strategies.
Athletics Academis Tutor Ws WS Mr. Dean A. Findley 2 2 Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis in all subject areas.
Current needs include chemistry and algebra. Anyone may apply, but
upperclassmen are preferred. All tutors must posses certain minimum
qualifications. Tutors must have received an A or B in a class to be
qualified to assist others. Also, tutors should be highly motivated
and capable of interacting with student-athletes possessing a wide
range of ability, motivation and backgrounds. Tutoring sessions are
conducted on an individual basis or in small groups and will be based
on the student-athlete's schedule. The service by athletic academic
tutors is an integral component of the total athletic/academis support
system abd our Life Skills program. As a tutor, you must be an
academic role model fot the student athletes with whom you will
be working. Your skills as a tutor will greatly benefit the student-
athletes as you work on content-specific material and study
strategies.
Athl Men's Basketball Wkst WS Mr. Dan Hays 1 1 ***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Baseball Work-Study WS Mr. Lonny J. Cobble 1 1
Fitness Center Work-Study WS Mr. David Scott 8 8 First Aid.CPR/AED Certification preferred. Must be friendly,
outgoing, and conscientious. Duties include completing
new membership paperwork, providing facility tours, cleaning
equipment, and ensuring its proper storage, laundry duty,
performing safety walk-throughs and answering general fitness
center questions. Willingness to work flexible hours is a must.
Intramural Regular Student RS Mr. Rick Judd 11 9 Refereeing one or more intramural sports. This includes softball,
flag-football, volleyball, basketball, and soccer. May also include
some field preparation and helping with some minor sports. Available
hours to work depend on the individual sport.
PhysEd Work Study WS Mrs. Julie Anderson 1 1 General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs, office
mail, and run errands. Must be available to sell tickets at all home
basketball games from 5:00-9:00 pm and help with other sporting
events as needed. Students would be supervised by
Mrs. Julia Anderson and do work for the physical education faculty
and the athletic director and coaches.
***POSITIONS FILLED***
Pool Regular Student RS Mr. David Scott 6 6 Lifeguard and First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Required. Duties
include preventing injuries by minimizing or eliminating hazardous
situations or behaviors; enforcing facility rules and regulations and
educating patrons about them; recognizing and responding quickly
and effectively to all emergencies; administering First Aid and CPR
or using and AED in an emergency when needed. Willingness to
work flexible hours is a must.
Athl Regular Student RS Mrs. Julie Anderson 1 1 ***ALL POSITIONS FILLED***
Athl Softball Stu Salaried RS Mr. Tom D. Heath 1 1 Coach
Athl Softball Regular Student RS Mr. Tom D. Heath 1 1
Softball Work -Study WS Mr. Tom D. Heath 1 1 Type and send recruiting letters to high school students, correspond
with alumni softball players, help with fund raising projects,
record and file information, send out softball camp information.
***NO POSITION AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Athletic Soccer Work-Study WS Mr. David Scott 1 1
Sports Info Regular Student RS Mr. Murray D. Evans 1 1 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS STUDENT ASSISTANT
Lead student assistant for Office of Athletic Marketing and
Communications. Excellent real-world experience for students wanting
to pursue a career in sports and/or media. Primary responsibilities
will include writing game previews, game recaps, features and other
articles. Will be assigned to lead coverage of specific sports as
proficiency allows. Duties also will include statkeeping, research
and archiving, working with news clippings, and general office work.
Majority of hours will be spent working athletic events in the
afternoons and evenings, supplemented by regular office hours as
the schedule allows. Must be self-motivated with a strong work ethic,
good writing skills, and the abillity to work under tight deadlines.
Athl Sports Info Work Study WS Mr. Murray D. Evans 2 2 SPORTS INFORMATION STUDENT WORKER
Excellent real-world experience for students wanting to pursue a
career in sports and/or media. duties will include writing,
statkeeping, research and archiving, working with news clippings,
and general office work. Majority of hours will be spent working
with athletic events in the afternoons and evenings, suplemented
by regular office hours as the schedule allows. Must be
self-motivated with a strong work ethic, good writing skills, and the
ability to work under tight deadlines.
ELECTRONIC MEDIA INTERN FOR ATHLETICS
The primary responsibilities of this paid student internship
will include shooting video of athletic events and producing
highlight packages for the athletic website and other outlets.
Duties may also include announcing and other audio/video
production. Applicants should be proficient in shooting and
editing video.
Track Work Study WS Mr. Randy A. Heath 1 1 Prepare for indoor and outdoor track and field practices. Be
responsible for outdoor track clean-up and minor maintenance.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Athletics Work-Study WS Mrs. Julie Anderson 1 1 ***ALL POSITIONS FILLED***
General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs,
office mail, and run errands. Must be available to sell tickets at
all home basketball games from 5:00 - 9:00 pm and help with other
sporting events as needed.
Athl Women Basketb RegStu RS Mrs. Stephanie Findley 1 1 No Positions Available At This Time
Athl Women's Basketball Sal RS Mrs. Stephanie Findley 1 1 No Positions Available At This Time

Benson Administration


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
BensonAdmin East End 1 RS RS Mrs. Stephanie L. Caldwell 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. Strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office in the building. Hours may include daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
BensonAdmin East End 1 WS WS Mrs. Stephanie L. Caldwell 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. Strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office in the building. Hours may include daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
BensonAdmin Reception RS RS Mrs. Sarah R. Jaynes 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office in the building. Hours may included daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
BensonAdmin Reception WS WS Mrs. Sarah R. Jaynes 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. Strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office n the building. Hours may included daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
BensonAdmin West End 1 WS WS Miss Lauren A. Peters 2 2 Good computer skills, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. Strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office in the building. Hours may include daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
BensonAdmin West End 2 RS RS Mrs. Christine E. Merideth 1 1 Good computer skills, filing, answering phones, help with letters and
mailings, other duties as needed. Strong public relation and
organizational skills required. Must be willing to perform tasks for
any office in the building. Hours may include daytime, evenings, and
weekends.
CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.
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Bible


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Bible Work Study WS Mrs. Vicki Wallace 5 5 Grading, data entry, good office etiquette and skills, confidentiality
a must.
***POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILELD FOR FALL 2014***
Global Missions Regular Studen RS Mr. Ben J. Langford 1 1
Outreach Regular Student RS Dr. Bob Carpenter 1 1 General office duties including typing and computer tasks;
also, some recruiting of students to go on Let's Start Talking
summer mission projects. Previous experience with Let's
Start Talking required.

Business


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Busi Regular Student RS Mrs. Janell K. Huntsman 1 1 Undergraduate tutor for accounting and finance classes.
Must have junior or senior hours.
Will consider undergraduate students only.
Business Work-Study WS Mrs. Janell K. Huntsman 3 3 2 positions available for:
Grading, data entry, general office work, run errands, confidentiality
a must.
1 position available for:
Looking for a Business major interested in working with social media.
Must have a camera to take pictures and be able to post for the
College of Business on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Some
evenings will be required to attend business club meetings and
activities.

Chemistry


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Chemistry Lab Assistant RS Mrs. Carrie J. Schaefer 7 7 Students will assist in the chemistry laboratory preparing solutions
and equipment for the lab sessions, being present during labs to
assist students with their experiments, doing tutoring and paper
grading if requested by the instructor, and doing general lab
clean-up. Qualifications are that the student must have completed
the course, generally at OC, in which they are to assist, having
shown a high level of competence in understanding the course
material and the lab activities and in the judgment of the chemistry
faculty having shown evidence of dependability and an interest in
helping other students to succeed in their chemistry courses.
SCIO Research Assistant RS Amanda Nichols 1 1 Through funding from the Bridging the Two Cultures of Sciences and
Humanities program by Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford (SCIO),
Dr. Amanda Nichols, associate chemistry professor, is seeking to
appoint a research assistant (RA) to aid in an interdisciplinary
research project and assist in establishing a Science & Religion
club at Oklahoma Christian University. The reearch project is
focused on aesthetics and function in chemistry. This research begins
March 2015 and goes through August 2016.
The following selection criteria is essential: STEM or
humanities-related major, proven organizational skills and
experience, and excellent communications skills including the
ability to orally present and write for publication. Certain criteria
are desirable, but not required: currently sophomore status with
graduation after Fall of 2016, use of this assistantship for a
capstone project (e.g. Honor's Catalyst Project), and experience of
independently working and researching.
If interested, please contact Dr. Nichols(amanda.nichols@oc.edu)
for more information.

Christian Chronicle


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Chronicle Regular Student Work RS Mrs. Tonya S. Patton 1 1 ***No Jobs Available At This Time***

Communication


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Drama Regular Student Salary RS Mr. Phil Reagan 1 1 Set construction and Technical Theatre
Assistance.
***Position is filled for 2012-2013 school year***
Drama Work-Study WS Mr. Phil Reagan 3 3 Position - Scene Shop Foreman
Helps supervise the building of sets for the Theatre and Music
Departments. Basic construction techniques and familiarity with
building tools is required. Oversees the work of other scene shop
workers.

Position - Scene Shop Worker
Helps build sets for the Theatre and Music Departments. Basic
construction techniques and familiarity with building tools is
helpful.

Position - Costume Shop Worker
Helps build or coordinate costumes for the Theatre and Music
Departments. Basic sewing skills and sewing machine experience
required. Worker should have the initiative to work without
supervision, good organizational skills, willing to accept direction
and criticism.
***Positions are filled for 2012-2013 school year***
Broadcast Regular Student RS Mrs. Lisa J. Gower 2 2 Must be able to operate a radio station console or have completed
COMM-1211. Requires working during all basketball games, including
weekends and Thanksgiving break.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE***
Broadcasting Work-Study WS Mrs. Lisa J. Gower 1 1 Assist Eagle Broadcasting staff and help Dr. Jurney with chores and
campus errands. Knowledge of MS Office helpful.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE***
Communications Work-Study WS Mrs. Lisa J. Gower 1 1 Assist faculty with answering phones, typing, copying, and
running errands. Occasional help with setting up class rooms and
equipment. Need to be able to use MS Office.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE***

Computer Science Info Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
ACL Support Regular Student RS Mr. Don Leftwich 1 1 Understanding of computer operating systems. Able to install and
maintain software. Responsible for maintenance of CSIS servers and
misc. duties to assist the dept with computer resources.
**ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED**
Computer Science Reg Student RS Mr. Don Leftwich 1 1 Must be proficient in C++ and the OC networking environment. Assists
in IIT, Prog I, and Prog II laboratories. Also grades lab reports,
homework and programs in lower level CS/IS courses.
***ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED***

School of Education


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
America Reads Work-Study WS Mrs. Cara L. Giddens 2 2 Student workers will read to preschool children. Workers must be
available for at least two consecutive hours on Tuesdays and/or
Thursdays between 9:30 am and 2:30 pm. A backgound check
will be required for this position.
Educ Regular Student RS Mrs. Cara L. Giddens 1 1 All student workers will be expected to perform various tasks as
needed by the facility and staff of the School of Education.

Regular duties will include geveral office work such as filing,
answering phones, copying materials, picking up and distributing
mail, running errands, and performing other tasks as needed.

Basic computer skills are requiredand more advanced skills are
preferred. Minimally, applicants should be proficient with Microsoft
Word, and expertise in Excel and Power Point is preferable.

Most student workers will be required to leard how to operate a
variety of audio/visual equipment such as thermofax, overhead
projector, video camera, VCR, Ellison lettering machine, laminator,
and bindng machine. Student workers will be trained in the use of
the equipment as needed.

***ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED***
Education Work-Study WS Mrs. Cara L. Giddens 4 4 All student workers will be expected to perform various tasks as
needed by the facilty and staff of the School of Education.

Regular duties will include general office work such as filing,
answering phones, copying materials, picking up and distributing
mail, running errands, and performing other tasks as needed.

Basic computer skills are required and more advanced skills are
preferred. Minimally, applicants should be proficient with Microsoft
Word, and expertise in Excel and PowerPoint is preferable.

Most student workers will be required to learn how to operate a
variety of audio/visual equipment such as thermofax, overhead
projector, video camera, VCR, Ellison lettering machine, laminator,
and binding machine. Student workers will be trained in the use of
the equipment as needed.

***ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED***
Home School Assist Reg Stu RS Dr. Darin Martin 12 12 Assistant teachers for the OC Home School Cooperative will help in
the class and keep students on track. Certain assistants will
help students during lunch time.
Home School Lead Reg Stu RS Dr. Darin Martin 12 12 Lead teachers for the OC Home School Cooperative write lesson
plans and teach a lesson to the class. A student may teach up to
three lessons on one Friday.

Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
ECE Regular Student RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 5 5 Lab and Class Assistants. Assist Professors in the Dept of Electrical
and Computer Engineering in labs, grading, etc. Requires junior or
senior level standing in Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering.
ECE Labs RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 2 2 Requires sophomore level standing or higher in EE or CE programs.
***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2013***
Engineering Summer Acad Ment RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 4 4 Engineering Academy Mentor. Send e-mail to Jeff Bigelow in the
spring. ESA is the week before Earn Your Wings.
ESA Team Mentor RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 4 4 Engineering Summer Academy Mentor. Send e-mail of interest to
Jeff Bigelow in the spring. ESA is the week before Earn Your Wings.
ME Lab Regular Student RS Dr. Wayne Whaley 3 3 Supporting ME labs. Requires sophomore level standing or higher
in ME Program.
MSE work-study WS Mrs. Mary Ann Brown 1 1 ***There is no position available at this time-Spring 2015***

Events Center


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
COMM Box Office Reg Student RS Mrs. Kimberly D. Northcott 1 1 Box Office Worker. Helps sell tickets to patrons for events in the
Theatre and Music Departments. Requires some computer
and people skills.
***POSITIONS FOR FALL 2013 HAVE BEEN FILLED***
Box OFFICE Work-Study WS Mrs. Kimberly D. Northcott 1 1 Position - Box Office Worker
Helps sell tickets to patrons for events in the Theatre and Music
Departments. Requires some computer skills and people skills.
***POSITIONS FOR FALL 2013 HAVE BEEN FILLED***
Show Room Host RS Miss Amy Gower 9 9 Show Room Hosts allow thier room to be shown to visitors for 1 hour
during the week until the end of the semester. Days include
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday or Tuesday and Thursday.
**NOTHING AVALIABLE AT THIS TIME-FALL 2014***

Accounting and Finance


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
VP Finance Work-Study WS Mrs. Susan R. Stanford 2 2 General office, customer service. filing, data entry, light
book-keeping, possible heavy lifting, punctual, dependable, and
a positive attitude.

Financial Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Financial Services Work-Stdy WS Mrs. Carolyn J. Allen 1 1 General office work, answering phones, directing students/
parents, mail outs. Must be able to work Friday from
1 pm-5pm. Confidentiality is a must!!

Campus Dining


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Food Regular Student RS Ms. Lisa Yu 82 53 Various positions in the cafeteria.
Please contact Lisa Yu if you are interested and for
availability of positions.
Food Work Study WS Ms. Lisa Yu 11 11 Various Positions Available.
Please contact Lisa Yu if you are interested and for
availability of positions.








Human Resources


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Career Services Regular Stu RS Mrs. Candace R. Owens 1 1 Assist with collecting and tabulating graduate placement data. Any
classification, but must be proficient with MS Excel and Word. Must
be comfortable sorting and filtering data and be able to create
various charts/graphs based on data collected. Must be able to
work indepentently.
***POSITION FILLED FOR FALL 2015***
Human Resources Regular Stu RS Mrs. Lisa L. Jones 1 1 Good computer skills, general clerical tasks such as filing and answer
phones. Provide general assistance to the Human Resources staff
nd OC employees. CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST.

Information Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
IS ECampus North Inst. Prog RS Dr Jim D. Dvorak 1 1 The North Institute for Teaching and Learning is seeking a student
worker who will work promarily as a Web programmer. The following
skills are required: Javascript, HTML. CSS, XML and related
technologies, basic Web design pronciples, basic understanding of
data/information architecture, experience with Google Apps (Docs,
Spreadsheets, Presentations, Forms, Sites). Other desirable skills
include: familiarity with server-side programming (e.g., ASP.NET,
PHP) and MSSQL/mySQL, as well as familiarity with basic hardware
and A/V technologies. We expect the worker to be self motivated and
disciplined, not needing to be "micromanaged." At the end of the NI
Team will review the student worker's performance and provide him/her
with feedback.
IS ECampus North Inst. Intern RS Dr Jim D. Dvorak 1 1 Working with North Institute staff to support faculty in using
technology for teaching. Programming experience preferred. An
aptitude for working various multimedia technologies a plus (audio,
video, graphics, etc.).
Information Services Help Desk RS Mrs. Lisa L. Herndon 15 6 Provides first-level technical assistance to customers via telephone,
e-mail, and customer walk ins.
Info Services Work-Study WS Mrs. Lisa L. Herndon 2 2 <filled> General office work such as typing, filing, answering phones,
and greeting people as they walk into the Information Technology
Services office.
[filled] Provides end user support and assists the second level tele-
communications and network support technicians. contact: John.Hermes@
oc.edu
IT Call Ctr Special Reg Stu RS Mrs. Lisa L. Herndon 5 5 First contact at the Help Desk. He/she will need excellent customer
service skills. Great attention to detail. Good interpersonal skills

Language and Literature


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Childcare Provider Lit Wk WS Dr Gail Nash 1 1 Babysitting preschool and elementary age children Monday evenings
5:50-8:30 throughout the academic year.
The job is off campus at Capitol Hill Church of Christ, but
transportation is provided. The time slot includes travel, actual
time watching the children is 6-8 while their parents have English
class in the same building.
***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLOCATIONS FOR 2014-2015***
Lang & Lit Regular Student RS Mrs. Frances L. Sawyer 1 1 ***POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED FOR 2014-2015***
Position - Language and Literature Office worker
General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs, office
mail, and run errands.

Lang & Lit Work-Study WS Mrs. Frances L. Sawyer 2 2 ***POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED FOR 2014-2015***

Position - Language and Literature Office Worker
General office work such as filing, copying, typing, mail-outs, office
mail, and run errands.
LALT Writing Center Tutor RS Dr Gail Nash 4 4 Position - Writing Center Tutor (Juniors & Seniors Only)
Students must show a high level of competency with writing skills
either by high ACT scores in English or A's in freshman or sophomore
composition. At the time of application, students will need to bring
a sample of their expository writing either from a college class or a
grammar test. In addition to excellent writing and grammar skills,
the successful applicant will demonstrate good oral communication and
one-on-one skills.

Library


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Lib Lab Tech Reg Student RS Dr. Lee Anne Paris 1 1 **POSITIONS FILLED FOR FA15/1SP16**
Maintains library lab computers and library research computers.
Troubleshoots problems with computers, copiers, and printers in the
library and refers for repair as needed.
Edit and maintainsthe library's web site under direction of librarian.
Required skills: Windows OS, Mac OS, Microsoft Office, HTML, CSS, &
basic knowledge of networking.
Desired skills: Photoshop, Java, PHP, & other programming languages
used in creating web sites.
Perform other assignments or special projects as needed.
Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekends.
Library Sp Collections/Arch RS Mrs. J. J. Compton 3 3 Shelve and file archival materials. Must be able to work
independently, must have good organizational skills, good
handwriting and be able to lift up to 50lbs.
Knowledge of MS Excel and MS Word requires, and must be willing
to train on other software. Perform other assignments or special
projects as needed.
Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekends.
Library Work-Study WS Mrs. Kathy Fuller 15 13 **ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FA15/SP16**
Manage circulation desk, shelve and file library
materials. Must be able to work independently, be punctual,
willing to learn new software and willing to perform other
assignments or special projects as needed. Good communication
and public relation skills are necessary. Soft lifting required.
Work schedule may include days, evenings and weekends.

Mac Laboratory


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Music, Art, Comm Rg Student RS Ms. Delene Brewer 4 4 Must be able to use a Mac computer - opening programs, saving files,
etc., using operating system OS X (10). Should be familiar with
and able to use Photoshop. Additional experience with the
following programs is a plus: Freehand, Director, Flash, AfterEffects.
Dependability is essential. Must be willing to work some mornings,
late nights and weekends.
***POSITION IS FILLED***
Music Art and Comm Work Study WS Ms. Delene Brewer 3 3 Must be able to use a Mac computer - opening programs, saving files,
etc., using operating system OS X (10). Should be familiar with and
able to use Photoshop. Additional experience with the following
programs is a plus: Freehand, Director, Flash, AfterEffects.
Dependability is essential. Must be willing to work some mornings,
late nights and weekends.
***POSITION IS FILLED***

Mailroom


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Mail Room Regular Student RS Mr. Matthew G. Kessler 1 1 ***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Students must learn where all mail goes and sort to the proper place.
Must handle customers at the window and be able to use the postage
machine for outgoing mail.
Mail Room Work-Study WS Mrs. Elsa M. Hanlon 6 6 Students must learn where all mail goes and sort to the proper place.
Must handle customers at the window and be able to use the postage
machine for outgoing mail.
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***

Mathematics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Mathematics Regular Student RS Mr. Don Leftwich 4 4 Must be proficient in all lower level mathematics, especially algebra,
trigonometry, and calculus. Assists in Basic Mathematics and
Intermediate Algebra classes. Grades homework in lower level classes
up through Calculus III

Mechanical Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Lab & Class ME RS Dr. Wayne Whaley 7 7 Assist professors in the Department of Mechanical Engineering in labs
and grading. Requires sophomore level standing or higher in the ME
program. Machine shop assist; experience required.

Marketing


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Marketing Design Intern Rgst RS Mr. Judson Copeland 2 2 Position - Graphic design intern
Works with the Director of Marketing to further the branding of the
university in developing print materials, web designs, and other
graphics. Must be familiar with Mac OS X and Adobe Creative Suite
software (ie. Photoshop).
Must present portfolio for consideration.
Marketing Design Intern Ws WS Mr. Judson Copeland 1 1
Marketing Web Intern Rgst RS Mr. Stephen J. Bell 1 1 Assist the Director of Web Marketing in data entry, web design/
development, and university web upkeep. Should have good
communication skills and experience with web technology.

Music


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Band Work-Study WS Mrs. Melissa G. Lauxman 1 1 Assist with set-up for rehearsals and performances. The job entails
some physical activity (moving equipment), but no heavy lifting is
necessarily required. Data entry skills needed. General office
tasks and work related to maintaining the band equipment and sheet
music inventory.
***POSITION FILLED FOR FALL 2015***
Choral Library Reg Student RS Mrs. Melissa G. Lauxman 1 1 General office tasks related to managing the
choral music library, assisting with data
entry, phone calls, etc. Advanced music reading skills are required.
***POSITION FILLED FOR FALL 2015***
Musical Work-Study WS Mr. Phil Reagan 1 1 For students who will work backstage on the set of the musical. Job
involves shop work using tools, making props, painting, or whatever
is necessary to put the musical mise-en-scene together.
***POSITION IS FILLED FOR FALL 2015***
Music Work Study WS Mrs. Melissa G. Lauxman 3 3 General office tasks, computer skills needed. Music fluency is not
required, but is beneficial. Reports to the department secretary and
department chair.
***POSITONS FILLED FOR FALL 2015***

National Christian School Asso


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Ncsa Regular Student RS Dr. Philip Patterson 1 1 **NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2011**

School of Nursing


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Nursing Regular Student Employ RS Mrs. Donna L. Holmes 2 2 Accurate typing and computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel
programs, detailed computer data entry, filing, answering telephone,
miscellaneous general office jobs. Good communication and public
relations skills, confidentiality and professional appearance is a
must.
***NO PRE-NURSING OR NURSING MAJOR WILL BE CONSIDERED
FOR THIS POSITION***
15-20 HOURS PER WEEK ARE AVAILABLE.

Physics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Physics Regular Student RS Dr. Len Feuerhelm 1 1 Position - Grader for physics department
Student will assist in grading physics I homework. Must have already
taken physics I and II.

Position - General Physical Science assistant
Student will assist in preparing materials for the general physical
science course. Science major required.

Physical Plant


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Physical Plant Reg Student RS Mrs. Alison M. Hewitt 1 1 Painting, drywall, move furniture, remodel projects, etc. Skills
should include good eye-hand coordination, carpentry skills, and
previous exp. with hand tools. Must work in at least 2 hour increment
***NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Physical Plant Work-Study WS Mrs. Alison M. Hewitt 9 9 Position - Carpentry worker
Painting, drywall, move furniture, remodel projects, etc. Skills
should include good eye-hand coordination, carpentry skills, and
previous exp. with hand tools. Must work in at least 2 hour increment

Retention


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Retention Freshman Links Reg RS Mrs. Amy Roberts 20 20 NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
Retention Parttime Summer Camp RS Mr. Chance B. Vanover 2 2 NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME

Science and Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Natural & Health Sciences Ws WS Mrs. Colleen Decker 1 1 All student workers will be expected to perform various tasks as
needed by the faculty and staff of the CNHS.
Regular duties will include general office work such as filing,
answering phones, copying materials, picking up and distributing
mail, running errands, and performing other tasks as needed.
Basic computer skills are required and more advanced skills
are preferred.
Hours are between 8 am and 5 pm, but will need to be able to
work during lunch hours.
***POSITION(S) FULL FOR SPRING 2015***
Science/Eng Tutoring RS Dr. Jennifer Bryan 6 6 ASAP tutors provide one-on-one and small group tutorial assistance for
math, biology, chemistry, and physics courses.
Tutors must have completed the courses for which they will be tutoring
and have demonstrated competency in them.
***Still accepting applications, but most positions are filled
for 2014-2015***
SCENG OK Best Regular Student RS Dr. William W. Ryan, Jr. 1 1 Applications taken by referral only
ScEng Undergrad SU Research RS Dr. Bill Luttrell 1 1 Summer Undergraduate Research Student Project
* by Special Appllication Only

Campus Police


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Security Regular Student RS Mrs. Marilyn Watson 1 1 Position - Security office worker
General office work such as data entry, answering phones, issuing
parking permits, and collecting parking tickets.

Position - Ticket Writer
Write parking violation tickets.
***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS***
Security Work Study WS Mrs. Marilyn Watson 1 1 Position-Security Office Worker
General office work such as data entry, answering phones, issuing
parking permits, and collecting parking tickets.

Position - Ticket Writer
Write parking violation tickets.
***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS***

Student Life


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Parent Association Work Stud WS Mrs. Liz McElroy 1 1 General office work such as filing, copying and organizing workroom.
Communication skills necessary for answering phones and reception.
Computer skills needed include Microsoft Word and Excel. Knowledge of
PowerPoint and PageMaker helpful.
***NO POSITION AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME***
Apt Resident Assist Reg Stu RS Curtis C. Smith 11 11 To exemplify in his/her own actions the high standards desired in a
Christian atmosphere both on and off campus. Know the university
guidelines/regulations and to know why they are advantageous to the
students. Greet students, build community, make them feel truly
welcome, develop relationships that can help students in need by going
the Second Mile. Help students get acquainted with others, be a good
listener, supervise apartments when resident directors are not
available and assist resident directors when needed.
directors when needed.
Nowlin Center Receptionist WS Mr. John M. Ortiz 7 7 Position reports directly to the Resident Director supervising the
Nowlin Center. Receptionist works at the desk in the Nowlin
Center. On avrage, each receptionist works 8 hours a week. The
receptionist desk hours include day, evening, late night, and
weekends.
Primary responsibilities include:
Have a welcoming and friendly attitude toward those entering and
exiting the building.
Assist student's needs. This includes, but not limited to. checking
out keys and unlock codes, checking out recreational equipment,
checking out vaccuums, and help answer questions or inquiries.
Manage regular operations of the desk. This includes, but not limited
to, maintaining a clean and enjoyable environment, being attentive
to the happening arount the lobby, field phone calls, and manage
money transactions.
Assist OC personnel and off-campus contractors as needed.
Take initiative and complete tasks with minimal supervision.
Have a good judgement about what items need to be brought to the
supervisor's attention and urgency thereof.
Attent individual and group meetings with supervisor.
Other duties as assigned specific to the desk.
Additional qualifications include:
Having a prefessional appearance and demeanor.
Denendable and punctual.
Interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
keen attention to details, and ability to keep accurate records and
confidentiality.
Computer literacy and skill, knowledge of Google, and ability to learn
additional software.
To apply, email john.ortiz@oc.edu or the Resident Director who
oversees the desk directly.
Resident Assist Reg Student RS Curtis C. Smith 21 21 To exemplify in his/her own actions the high standards desired in a
Christian atmosphere both on and off campus. Know the university
guidelines/regulations and to know why they are advantageous to the
students. Room check every evening at curfew, greet students and
make them feel truly welcome, develop relationships that can help
students in need by going the Second Mile. Help students get
acquainted with others, be a good listener, supervise residence hall
when hall directors are not available and assist hall directors when
needed.
Residence Hall Recepionist RS Mr. John M. Ortiz 1 1 Position reports to the Resident Director supervisin the desk of the
building, Receptionist desks are located in Davisson Honors House,
Fails Hall, Gunn-Henderson Hall, Timius Hall, and Univeristy House.
On average, each receptionist works 8 hours a week. The receptionist
desk hours include day, evening, late night, and weekends.
Primary responsibilities include:
Have a welcoming and friendly attitude toward those entering and
exiting the building.
Assist student's needs. This includes, but not limited to, checking
out keys and unlock codes, checking out recreational equipment,
checking out vaccuums, and help answer questions or inquiries.
Manage regular operations of the desk. This includes, but not limited
to, maintaining a clean and enjoyable environment, being attentive to
the the happenings around the lobby, field phone calls, and manage
money transactions.
Assist OC personnel, and off-campus contractors as needed.
Take initiative and complete tasks with minimal supervision.
Have a good judgement about what needs to be brought to the
supervisor's attention and the urgency thereof.
Attend individual and group meetings with supervisor.
Other duties as assigned specific to the desk.
Additional qualifications include:
Having a professional appearance and demeanor.
Dependable and punctual.
interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
Keen attention to details, and ability to keep accurate records and
confidentiality.
Computer literac and skill, knowledge of Google, and ability to learn
additional software.
To apply, email john.ortiz@oc.edu or the Resident Director who
oversees the desk directly.
Residence Hall Receptionist WS Mr. John M. Ortiz 40 39 Position reports directly to the Resident Director supervising the
desk of the building. Recepstionist desks are located in Davisson
Honors House, Fails Hall, Gunn-Henderson Hall, Tinius Hall, and
University House. On average, each receptionist works 8 hours a
week. The receptionist desk hours include day, evening, late night,
and weekends.
Primary responsibilities include:
Have a welcoming and friendly attitude toward those entering and
exiting the building.
Assist student's needs. This includes, but not limited to, checking
out keys and unlock codes, checking out recreational equipment,
checking out vaccuums, and help answer questions or inquiries.
Manage regular operations of the desk. This includes but not
limited to, maintaining a clean and enjoyable environment, being
attentive to the happenings of the lobby, field phone calls, and
manage money transactions.
Assist OC personnel and off-campus contractors as needed.
Take initiative and complete tasks with minimal supervision.
Have a good judgement about what items need to be brought to the
supervisor's attention and the urgency thereof.
Attend individual and group meetings with supervisor.
Other duties as assigned specific to the desk.
Additional qualifications include:
Having a professional appearance and demeanor.
Dependable and punctual.
Interpersonal, oral, and written skills.
Keen attention to details, and ability to keep accurate records
and confidentiality.
Computer literacy and skill, knowledge of Google, and ability to learn
additional software.
To apply, email john.ortiz@oc.edu or the Resident Director who
oversees the desk directly.
StDev Spiritual Life Intern RS Mr. Chance B. Vanover 3 3 No Positions Available at this time.
Rec Center Regular Student RS Mrs. Sonya G. Young 2 2 **NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2015**

Check out recreational equipment for the student center (pool, ping
pong, foosball) and monitor use of the equipment.
Stu Development Work-Study WS Mrs. Sonya G. Young 1 1 **NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2015**

General office duties - filing, data entry, running errands on
campus, helping maintain office and workroom organization, and
placing phone calls to area businesses. Worker should also be able
to answer campus switchboard and greet visitors to campus. Ability
to maintain the confidentiality and privacy of students is required.
Student Success Tutor RS Mrs. Amy Janzen 10 10 This is a tutoring position. Interested candidates should email Amy
Janzen listing their tutoring qualifications and areas of interest.

University Communications


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Communications Intern Reg St RS Mr. Wes McKinzie 1 1 Duties include writing and distributing hometown new releases;
updating external event calendars and the OC website; maintaining
news clipping files; writing stories for OC publications and the OC
website; assisting with social media and event coverage; participating
in marketing/communications strategic planning; and other assignments,
including typical office tasks.
Must have excellent grammar and spelling skills. Previous journalism
or PR writing experience preferred. Creativity, attention to detail,
and a strong work ethic are essential. Must provide writing samples
and references.