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
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 1 Assist in document imaging of supplemental admissions documents, data
entry, and general office work. Good computer skills required.
***POSITION FILLED FOR 2015-2016***
Admissions Student Caller RS Mr. Aaron D. Askew 10 3 Assists Admissions Office by calling prospective OC students.

Athletics


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Athl Sports Info Work Study WS Mr. Murray D. Evans 2 1 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.

Bible


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
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.

Biology


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Biology Undergrad Research Ass RS Dr. Lori Garman 1 1 Biology Undergraduate Research Assistant
Summer position only
poisition filled for summer 2015

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 2015-2016 school year***

School of Education


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Education Work-Study WS Mrs. Cara L. Giddens 4 1 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***

Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
ECE Regular Student RS Dr. Jeff Bigelow 5 3 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.
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.
ME Lab Regular Student RS Dr. Wayne Whaley 3 2 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 2015/2016 HAVE BEEN FILLED***
Special Events Work-Study WS Mrs. Kimberly D. Northcott 1 1 Communication skills, general receptionist duties, Microsoft Word and
Excel, filing. Organizational skills, possible heavy lifting,
unctual, dependable, positive attitude. Assists with organizing
special events on campus. Technical skills needed. Requires
evening and weekend work.
***POSITION FOR 2015/2016 HAS BEEN FILLED***
Show Room Host RS Miss Amy Gower 9 5 Show Room Hosts allow their 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 2015***

Information Services


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Info Services Work-Study WS Mr. Chad M. Arterburn 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

Library


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Lib Lab Tech Reg Student RS Dr. Lee Anne Paris 1 1 **POSITION AVAILABLE FOR FA16/SP17**
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.

Mac Laboratory


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Music Art and Comm Work Study WS Mrs. Melissa G. Lauxman 3 2 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***

Mechanical Engineering


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Lab & Class ME RS Dr. Wayne Whaley 7 3 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 1 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
Musical Regular Student RS Mrs. Melissa G. Lauxman 1 1 ***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 Dr. Ken Adams 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***

School of Nursing


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Nursing Work Study WS Mrs. Donna L. Holmes 1 1 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 relation skills, confidentiality and professional
appearance is a must.
***NO PRE-NURSING OR NURSING MAJOR WILL BE
CONSIDERED FOT THIS POSITION***
7.5-8 hours a week is available for this position

Physical Plant


Job Title Type Contact Person # Positions Open Positions Description
Physical Plant Work-Study WS Mrs. Alison M. Hewitt 9 1 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

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***

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***
Resident Assist Reg Student RS Mr. Curtis C. Smith 21 21 Resident Assistants (RA) are students who are selected and trained to
lead, live, and work within the residence hall areas. Their major
responsibilities and training lay in facilitating community
development, customer service, responding to student needs, assisting
the Resident Director, and building positive relationships with
students.
Student Dev Receptionist Ws WS Mr. John M. Ortiz 47 2 Position reports directly to the Resident Director supervising the
desk of the building. Receptionist desks are located in the
Community Center, Davvisson Honors House, Fails Hall,
Gunn-Henderson Hall, Nowlin Center, Tinius Hall, and
University House. On average, each recepionist works
8 hours a week. The receptionist desk hours include day,
evening, late night, and weekends.
Primary responsibilities include:
Having a welcoming and friendly attitude towards 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 the 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.
Stu Development Work-Study WS Mrs. Sonya G. Young 1 1 ***NO POSITIONS AVAILABEL AT THIS TIME***

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.