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Student Worker Positions for 2018-19 will be posted in late July. 

Student Worker positions for the previous year are listed below for informational purposes to show the types of jobs you will typically find on campus. 

Advancement Office Student Assistant (Position Filled)

The Advancement Office at Reinhardt University is an integral part of the University. Students report to the Kathy Bouyett, Administrative Assistant for Advancement & Marketing.

• Office hours are 8:30 AM-5:00 PM There may be times Student Assistants are required to work nights and/or weekends.

• Student Assistants are asked to work 10 hours each week.

Duties to include:
• Hand writing envelopes and invitations as instructed
• Assisting with copying, sorting, filing, data entry
• Assist with preparing for fundraising, alumni and other special events.
• Other duties as assigned

Organized and Creative
Computing skills: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Publisher
Good hand writing
Communication skills: Written/Verbal

Please contact Kathy Bouyett at 770-720-9152 or email

Student Worker - Box Office, Falany Performing Arts Center (FPAC) (Position Filled) 

**Please note, due to the schedule requirements, preference will be given to students who are NOT School of Performing Arts majors.

Position Purpose: The Student Worker performs a wide range of administrative tasks and will report to the Director of the FPAC and the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the School of Performing Arts to facilitate the efficient operation of the FPAC. The Student Worker will also serve as an assistant in the Box Office and hospitality host/hostess for the artists on campus. Student worker reports to Director of the Falany Performing Arts Center and the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the School of Performing Arts.

Core Competencies:
1. Provide administrative and office support for the FPAC
2. Assist with functions of the Box Office
3. Assist in fulfilling contract requirements (hospitality needs)
4. Assist with mailings and program completion
5. Assist with Social Media
6. Upholds the Mission Statement: To serve our students and the community by presenting quality programming at reasonable prices. To provide superior customer service and educational experience to our guests.

Essential Job Functions:
• Manage Box Office functions (manage phones calls, emails, walk-ins, appointments)
• Monitor social media pages and assist with social media campaigns
• Assist with operations for ticketing including: placing holds, releasing tickets, arranging for pick up or delivery of tickets, manage Will Call box.
• Assist with bulk and direct mail projects, IT needs, and photocopying.
• Assist with artists needs including merchandise and hospitality needs.
• Clean venue (including green room and dressing rooms) to ensure all trash has been removed after performances.
• Assist with set-up for performances including technical/stage set-up.
• Assist with post-performance activities including outreach programs for children and community.
• Assist with program distribution, serving as an usher when needed.
• Assist with an errands needed on campus (i.e. - going to mailroom, bookstore, etc.).
• Other duties as assigned

Skills: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Strong Customer Service experience. Basic knowledge of clerical and Administrative procedures such as filing and record keeping. Embrace a passion for the Performing Arts. Exceptional time management, written, verbal communication, organizational and inter-personal skills. Basic knowledge of social media.

Requirements: Weekend and evening work hours a possibility dependent upon season.

This job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work performed, it is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. Employees are expected to follow any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor or other university official in compliance with Federal and State laws.

Requirements listed indicate the minimum levels of skills, knowledge and abilities for the job, with preferred levels indicated. Job requirements may be subject to modification in order to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Requests for accommodations must be discussed with Human Resources.

For consideration, please contact Allison Boyle at 770-720-9172.

Religion and History Program Assistant (Position Filled)

The Religion and History Program Assistant provides administrative support to the Religion and History Programs, i.e. the six professors whose offices are located on the first floor of Tarpley Hall. Duties include but are not limited to: photocopying, scanning, distributing flyers, running errands to Support Services and Hill Freeman Library, and transcription of documents.

Please contact Dr. Jonathan Good, 770-720-9149

Horticulture Assistant (Position Filled)

Duties include the assistance of Reinhardt University Horticulturist in daily landscape tasks on campus grounds and in Greenhouse. assist RU Green with Recycling program and programs on campus. Must be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions and lift heavy objects and at least 50 pounds. The job is available for 15-20 hours a month between the hours of 7:30 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.

If interested in position, call Zach White at 770-720-5988. 

Work Study Assistant - Professional Studies (Position Filled)

A student worker is needed to assist in the administrative duties for the office of  Professional Studies and Graduate Admissions. Primary duties include copying files, making calls, scanning documents, and all other office-related tasks. The ideal candidate will be proficient in MS Office, be detail orientated and demonstrate a high level of professionalism. In addition, the candidate is expected to work an average of 6-10 hours a week.  

Please contact Laura Springfield at 770-720-9203.

Center for Student Success - Tutors (Positions Filled)

In order to quality as a tutor for the CSS, tutors must hold a sophomore standing. Also, they must have at least an overall GPA of 3.1 and at least a 3.0 in the most recent two semesters. In addition, they must have recommendations from two professors in the area or areas of tutoring. Tutors who can tutor more than one subject will be given more weekly hours.

If interested, please either call Dr. Catherine Emanuel at 770-720-9232, or come by her office, Lawson 039.

Reinhardt University Office of Admission Work Study Position (Positions Filled)

Objective/Purpose: To assist the Reinhardt Office of Admission with office responsibilities.

Tasks & Responsibilities:

Assist the Operations Team with:

  • Alphabetizing
  • Cleaning
  • Filing
  • Mailings
  • Organizing
  • Occasionally answer the Office of Admission telephone.
  • Occasionally assist the Admissions Counselors with various tasks.
  • Support and build up the Reinhardt University community.


  • Must be a current, full-time undergraduate Reinhardt University student.
  • Must have strong communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Must show initiative and be able to work independently on assigned tasks with little or no supervision.
  • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above.

Time Commitment/Availability:

  • Must be willing and able to commit to several hours in the Office of Admission each week.
  • Must be willing to complete all monthly assigned hours each month.

Directly report to the Assistant Director of Admissions, Christopher Bryan

If interested, please contact Christopher Bryan, 770-720-5903.

Reinhardt Public Safety Work Study Assistant (Positions Filled)

The Reinhardt Public Safety, a division of Reinhardt Student Affairs, provides a variety of services to the Reinhardt community. Our primary mission remains that of keeping our campus a safe place in which to live, study, attend classes, and work. We are committed to developing and implementing programs to reduce the opportunity for crime by specializing in using a problem solving, community-oriented philosophy toward crime prevention. We actively maintain partnerships with Residence Life and the Student Government Association in our efforts to provide educational support and programs to provide risk reduction guidelines.


  • Provide customer service to faculty, staff, students and visitors.
  • Issue Parking Decals
  • Issue Eagle cards
  • Data entry
  • Generate various reports for administrative staff and officers.
  • General office work, including filing, copying, and shredding.

Skills Required: This position requires someone who is dependable, punctual, professional, responsible, and has a strong customer service mindset. Telephone and radio communication skills are a plus. Additionally, this person must be able to maintain confidentiality. We strongly prefer someone who has the availability to work the allotted 40 hours per month.

Please contact Rhonda Kelley, 770-720-5880.

Athletics Department Work Study Assistant (Positions Filled)

Work study will mainly be assigned to the following areas:

  • Game management (for home athletic events)
  • Ticket sales and Concessions
  • Administrative and Sport Information
  • Individual sports

Responsibilities include:

  • Setup before and breakdown/clean up after events
  • Keep statistics
  • Operate scoreboard, clock, etc.
  • Public address
  • Ticket Gates at home events
  • Concessions
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Please contact Bill Popp, Athletic Director at 770-720-5568.

Library Circulation Assistant (Position Filled)

Personable and detailed oriented student to work at circulation desk providing assistance to library users. Duties will include check-out and check-in of library materials, monitoring library, shelving books, maintaining order of shelved books and other duties as they occur. Day, evening, and weekend hours available. 

Please contact Joel Langford, Director of Library Services, 770-720-5585

Reinhardt Central Assistant (Positions Filled)

Department: The Dudley L. Moore Office of Student Activities
Supervisor: Coordinator of Student Programming

The Reinhardt Central Assistant is expected to assist users of the Hasty Student Life Center with maximum competence and customer service skills at all times. It is the goal of all Hasty Student Life Center employees to make the Student Life Center a pleasant, stress free location for the College community to spend their leisure time.

Mission Statement:
Reinhardt Central strives to build a strong sense of campus community by offering a variety of high-quality services, well-managed facilities, social program, and leisure-time activities, which are second to none. In addition, Reinhardt Central will offer engaging employment experiences will focus on developing students’ life skills.

Learning Outcomes for Student Employees:
Student employees will be able to demonstrate transferable work-related skills, such as customer service, time management, event management, problem solving, and conflict management that will enable them to be effective in their student employment role and future professional positions.

The primary responsibilities Reinhardt Central staff are as follows:

  1. Act as a greeter for the Hasty Student Life Center. Welcome users of the facility as they enter the building. Answer and transfer phone calls as needed and assist guests with walk-up questions. Be knowledgeable of events, and functions within the Hasty Student Life Center and around campus.
  2. Check-out/check-in outdoors and gaming equipment. Answer gear usage questions. Maintain an accurate inventory of equipment and tracking usage. Inspect all equipment and return to the proper rack when equipment is not in use.
  3. Make announcement over the PA sound-system twice (ie 2 times an hour) at 15 and 45 after-the-hour during the 10am-7pm time periods.
  4. Monitor the Hasty Student Life Center by walking rounds twice (ie 2 times an hour) at 5 and 45 after-the-hour and completing reports on the condition of the building.
  5. Assist with facility set-up and take-down as well as sound system and audio/visual needs during events in and around the Hasty Student Life Center and specifically in the Bannister Glasshouse.
  6. Responsible for planning, marketing, implementing and assessing a tournament series that utilizes the recreational and gaming equipment available in the Rec Room and Reinhardt Central.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Job Expectations:

  • Dress Code Policy: Appearance must be presentable to the public and your nametag must be worn during your shift.
  • Hours: You must report to work as scheduled. If you are unable to report for your scheduled shift, you must make arrangements for a substitute. In the event of circumstances beyond your control, please contact the Coordinator of Student Activities. Being late for your shift is unacceptable. The first time you are late it will be documented with a letter of warning to you and for noted in your file. The second time you are late you will be asked to resign.
  • Weekends: You will be expected to work evening and weekend shifts.
  • Closings: You are responsible for locking up the information desk as needed. Before closing, make sure the computer is shut down, the desk area is clean, and appropriate lights are turned off.

Skills Required for the Position:
Dependability, task-oriented, and responsibility, strong customer service skills, and have the ability to work independently with little supervision. Should have previous office related work experience. Must have a working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, and Internet.

Please contact Walter May, Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Student Activities at 770-720-5540.

Peer Career Advisor (Position Filled)

Position Summary: This paid internship will assist the director with day-to-day operations and services of the department of Vocation and Career Services with key focus on peer advising, marketing, and event logistics.

Minimum Education & Experience Requirements: Must hold active account in College Central Network with posted resume, completed Focus 2 assessments and have full profile on Linked In. (Contact Career Services for more information on meeting this requirement).

Primary Responsibilities/Essential Job Functions:
The Peer Career Advisor has three major areas of responsibility:
1. Social Media/Marketing

  • Post events and articles to Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Create Google docs for events such as career fairs, etc.

2. Web Development and Technology Support

  • Maintain webpages for Career Services
  • Maintain current status of College Central job board with Employer registrations and job postings

3. Administrative and Advisory Services

  • Assist Students with resumes, career testing and LinkedIn Profiles
  • Update Excel spreadsheets of students and alumni using the Career Center

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Run regular Career Activity Reports as requested by Director
  • Post flyers around campus for various events
  • Create flyers, announcements and bulletin boards

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Solid computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite –Excel, Power Point, Word and Publisher)
  • Ability to handle multiple projects
  • Ability to commit to this position for 1 year
  • Professional demeanor and proven leadership skills
  • Genuine interest in helping students

Work Environment/Physical Requirements of the Job:

  • 75% general office environment
  • 25% errand running on campus, posting flyers and signs, assisting with loading and moving supplies.
  • Helpful to be able to walk between buildings

To apply, please contact Karen Mathews, Director Vocation and Career Services, 770-720-5548 or

IT Student Worker Assistant (Position Filled)

Student worker responsibilities:

  • Assist with Helpdesk calls
  • Respond to A/V classroom issues
  • PC  software and hardware support
  • Inventory and supply duties
  • Must be able to lift at least 20 pounds
  • Other tasks as assigned

Please contact Andrew Payne, Helpdesk and PC Support Technician, 770-720-5757 or

Support Services Student Assistant (Positions Filled)

Student Assistant job responsibilities in Support Services:
• Answer switchboard and transfer calls in a professional manner.
• Prepare mail for delivery to Post Office & deliver mail to Post Office.
• Check in and log packages when received.
• Deliver paper or large packages when needed.
• Help distribute incoming mail into correct boxes.
• Assist faculty and staff with supply purchases and use of copy machines.

All student workers average 40 hours per month.

Please contact Jean Champion-Degnan, Support Services Coordinator, 770-720-5599 or