Job Opportunities for Students

There are two types of student employment at UW-BSC: Federal Workstudy and Regular Student employment. Community Service positions fall under the Federal Workstudy program. Note requirements listed. Some departments do not open up positions until school begins in the fall. Application should be submitted to the department contact listed with the position. 

Federal Workstudy Positions

On-campus employment that is part of a financial aid award. Any UW-BSC student who is enrolled at least half-time and has a workstudy award may apply. 

Administrative Services Mail/Copy Room Assistant
 -OPEN for Fall 2016
Perform administrative duties and/or special projects for faculty and general office services including main campus telephone, copying, stocking supplies, filing and mailroom. Availability form 10:30-12:30 preferred. (8-10 hrs./week)
Contact: Gus Bonow

Athletic Department Assistant - OPEN for Fall 2016
Open gym, organize equipment, provide supervision for campus recreation program, and assist at athletic events. Help organize and conduct tournaments, publicize recreation and athletic activities, and help with scoring/clocks/keeping statistics at athletic events. Other duties as assigned. (5-8 hrs./week)
Contact: Jason Schulte

Athletic Department Videographer - OPEN for Fall 2016
Film the home athletic events for soccer, volleyball, Men's and Women's Basketball and Tennis.  Help compile the video to DVD and prepare for uploading to the web. (5-8 hrs./week)
Contact: Jason Schulte

Art Department Assistant OPEN for Fall 2016
Duties include: clean, prep, and organize art studio, materials, equipment. Organize Art Dept Library. Assist in rotating campus Permanent Art Collection on campus. Work with visiting artists to install exhibitions in the campus art gallery. Prior experience in Art is helpful, though not required. (6-8 hrs./week) 
ContactLetha Kelsey

Biology Lab Assistant -OPEN for Fall 2016
Work with maintenance of animals and cultures of living bacteria/fungi; do preparations of nutrient media for the cultures to grow on and for use in bacteriology course; wash lab glassware; weed/water greenhouse duties. (3-5 hrs./week) 
ContactNoah Anderson

Business Office Assistant - CLOSED 
Support for Business Office operations: filing, copying, auditing reports for accuracy, creating signs and announcements. Strong attention to detail is essential. Cash handling experience preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs and general office equipment is helpful. (4-8 hrs./week; Monday/Wednesday/Friday availability preferred) 
ContactDundee McNair

Chemistry Lab Assistant - OPEN for Fall 2016 

Clean lab equipment and assist in organizing equipment/materials for upcoming labs. No previous Chemistry experience required. (3-5 hrs./week) 
Contact: Stephen Swallen

Food Services Assistant - OPEN for Fall 2016
Assist with general food service operations including taking food orders, cashier operations, serving and clean-up. Operate specialty coffee machine. Multiple positions are available. (8-10 hrs./week with a meal per shift included) 
Contact: Susan Anderson

Library Assistant
 OPEN for Fall 2016
Check out library materials to patrons, re-shelve returned materials, process new items and interlibrary loan requests, help maintain the library collection and assist with various duties as assigned. (8-10 hrs./week)
Contact: Bob Oneson

Maintenance Assistant
 OPEN for Fall 2016
Maintenance and cleaning, which may include mowing, snow removal, painting, cleaning and other tasks. (4-6 hrs./week) 
Contact: Dundee McNair

Music Department OPEN for Fall 2016
Maintain music files; pulling and filing music for choirs and bands; copy music and assignments for music classes; other duties as assigned. (4-6 hrs./week) 
Contact: Claude Cailliet

Student Affairs Assistant
 - OPEN FOR FALL 2016
Perform administrative duties and/or special projects for the Office of Student Affairs staff. This includes greeting current, prospective, and alumni students; answering the telephone, scheduling appointments, copying, stocking supplies, and filing. Fluency in the Spanish language a plus. (10 hrs./week)                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Contact:  Paul Butrymowicz

Theatre Department Assistant
 - CLOSED
Perform theatre duties given by Director. (2-4 hrs./week) 
Contact: Lauren Love

University Relations Assistant
 - OPEN for Fall 2016
Assist with UR projects, including publications, the campus website, and social media. Strong computer skills required. Writing, photography, video, and/or desktop publishing skills are a plus. (4-6 hrs./week)
Contact: Shawna Connor

Community Service Positions (workstudy award required)


Off-campus employment with various non-profit organizations in the Baraboo/Sauk County area. Any UW-BSC student who is enrolled at least half-time and has a workstudy award may apply. 

Baraboo Public Library - OPEN for Fall 2016
Shelve & put away library materials. Complete pick lists and assist with other collection maintenance tasks such as discarding and repairing materials. Assist with cleaning duties such as dusting or sweeping. Regularly communicate with supervisor and other library staff to discuss plans, share information, and receive direction. Other duties as assigned. (10 hours/week)



Contact: Zach Ott
zach@baraboopubliclibrary.org
(608) 356-6166

Habitat for Humanity - OPEN for Fall 2016
Restore-Sales and Cashier: Greet customers, run the cash register, and assist customers on the floor. Perform other duties around the ReStore as directed by management. (8-10 hours/week)



Contact: Tim Schulenburg (ReStore Manager)
manager@restore-sca.org
(608) 356-0332

Sauk City Library -OPEN for Fall 2016
Shelve materials; complete collection maintenance task such as discarding, processing and repairing materials; assist in special projects and programs; help with various duties as assigned.

Contact: Emily Judd
emily@saukcitylibrary.org
(608) 643-8346 

Regular Student Positions

On-campus employment that is not part of a financial aid package. Any UW-BSC student may apply.  

Art Model for Life Drawing Class - CLOSED

Schedule: Mondays and/or Wednesdays, 12:30 - 3 pm

Contract: February 16—May 13, 2015

Wage:  $15.00 per hour

Description: Art Department seeks both male and female models for Life Drawing Class. Model must be comfortable posing nude in professional academic setting. No prior experience is required; however, an interest in fine art is preferable. 

Applications: email Letha Kelsey, Associate Professor of Art at letha.kelsey@uwc.edu if interested.

 

Athletic Department Assistant - OPEN for Fall 2016
Open gym, organize equipment, provide supervision for campus recreation program, and assist at athletic events. Help organize and conduct tournaments, publicize recreation and athletic activities, and help with scoring/clocks/keeping statistics at athletic events. Other duties as assigned. (5-8 hrs./week)
Contact: Jason Schulte

Academic Success Center Tutors - OPEN for Fall 2016
Assist students on campus through the Academic Success Center. Ability to communicate effectively. Knowledge in the disciplines for which you are tutoring is necessary. Instructor recommendation required. (2-8 hrs./week)
Contact: Claire Reinke

CLOSED - Accounting

CLOSED - Biology or Anatomy & Physiology

CLOSED - Chemistry

CLOSED - Economics

CLOSED - English and Writing

CLOSED - French

CLOSED - History

CLOSED - Philosophy

CLOSED - Physics

CLOSED - Psychology

CLOSED - Mathematics

CLOSED - Sociology

CLOSED- Spanish 

 

Campus Contact for Student Employment

 
Gus Bonow
Lange Center - L208
gustave.bonow@uwc.edu
(608) 355-5283