Student Employment Opportunities
The Kellogg Institute has several positions open for student workers for the spring semester. The available positions and their descriptions are listed below.
If you are interested in applying, please fill out the application form by Monday, November 26.
Please note that you must also upload your résumé.
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO STUDENT PROGRAMS
The assistant for student programs will assist with the many undergraduate programs of the Kellogg Institute, preparing for student information meetings, student events, orientations, workshops and dinners. Strong writing skills would be very useful. The assistant will work with databases and conduct research regarding comparable programs as well as orientations. Proficiency in Spanish is useful. 6-8 hrs/week
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO MAIN OFFICE
The student assistant to the main office reports to the Office Coordinator for the Kellogg Institute. Duties include general office work, data entry, database updates, mailings, publicity, errands, answering phones and greeting people in the main office, etc. The candidate should work well under minimal supervision and be able to work independently. Lunchtime availability (12-1) is preferred. Some Spanish skills are helpful. 8-12 hrs/week
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO EVENTS TEAM (more than one position available)
The responsibilities of the assistants to the Events Team include preparation tasks for lectures and other special events. Duties vary and may involve room set-up and clean up, event execution, office work, and guest hospitality. Hours will generally be during the late afternoon and evening. The schedule of hours will vary based on events taking place in the Institute and will be provided a week in advance (average 6hrs/week).
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO THE FORD FAMILY PROGRAM IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES AND SOLIDARITY
The student assistant for the Ford Program will have the opportunity to take on a multitude of tasks. These will include assisting with the following:
literature reviews and online research on best practices for a variety of topics relevant for community projects in Africa, Latin America and Europe (e.g. education, entrepreneurship, human dignity, maternal and child health and migration), database and file management, event coordination/preparation, student clubs/groups liaison, communications and publications as well as grant/funding searches. Experience conducting literature reviews and working with data is preferred. Some knowledge of international development studies is preferred. Times for work will vary, but will be needed at least twice during the week. 5-6 hrs/week, with opportunities for additional hours
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO HESBURGH CENTER
The student assistant to the Hesburgh Center reports to the Hesburgh Center Administrative Coordinator for the Kellogg Institute. Duties include general office work, locking and unlocking rooms, some light event assistance, errands, answering phones, and greeting people in the Hesburgh Center, etc. The candidate should work well under minimal supervision and be able to work independently. Availability 1.5 hours per day Mon-Fri. Between the hours of 12-2pm is a must. 4.5 hours/week.
EVENING HESBURGH CENTER STUDENT ASSISTANT (more than one position available)
The Evening Hesburgh Center Student Assistant will work at the Hesburgh Center reception desk after regular office hours. Duties include some administrative work, data entry, answering phones, greeting people in the main office, monitoring the student lounge, etc. The candidate should work well under minimal supervision and be able to work independently. Evening availability between the hours of 4:45 pm to 12:00 am is a must, Mon-Fri. 5-10 hrs/week.
STUDENT ASSISTANT TO LANACC (Latin American/North American Church Concerns) PROGRAM OFFICE
The student assistant to the LANACC office serves LANACC and its Director and reports to the LANACC Administrative Assistant. Duties in support of research projects include internet and library research, writing, and translating. Additional administrative duties include general office work, data compilation and entry, database updates, mailings, publicity, errands, creating and editing spreadsheets, event preparation, execution, and clean up assistance, attend meetings when possible for note taking, etc. The candidate should be able to work well under minimal supervision and also be able to work independently. Proficiency in Spanish is preferred. 10 hrs/week with additional hours, if available, during evening events.