Start date/end date: May 12th –
August 24th (start and end dates flexible)
Location: Johns Hall
Duties: See Qualifications Below
Hours: 5-10 hrs/week
Contact: Jason Hayden
The animal caretaker performs a vital
service for the Psychology Department by providing food, water and a clean and
healthy environment for the rodents in the department’s Johns Hall
facility. The caretaker is also
responsible for maintaining the breeding colony, keeping accurate records,
observing animals for signs of illness, and ensuring the overall cleanliness of
majority of the job is spent changing and cleaning animal cages; all cages must
be changed twice a week. Other cleaning
and maintenance duties are performed as needed.
Prior animal experience is desirable, but not necessary because complete
training will be provided. After
training, work hours will be flexible and can be shaped around the caretaker’s
schedule. The job will usually require
approximately 5-10 hrs/week, but some additional hours are available if
desired. Reliability and attention to
detail are paramount; absenteeism or sloppy record keeping would be
particularly unacceptable. Caretaker
must be able to lift 40 lbs
Start date/end date: May 10 – August 9 (dates
Location: Alumni and
Parent Programs Office, Cherrydale Alumni House
Duties: Mostly filing. Some general office duties
Hours: 10 – 15 hours
weekly. You can set your own hours.
Must like filing, self-motivated, enjoy filing,
detail oriented a must, be extremely fond of filing, work independently, and
did I mention it is mostly filing?
Art Department. Duties: Students may model for Drawing, Painting or
3-D classed in the Art Department. Studio classes are scheduled.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 1:00-3:00. Pay: $15.00 per hour. Contact:
email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Beverage Cart Attendants,
Aramark Dining Services. Duties: Stocking and keeping accurate
inventory of bottled drinks, beer and snacks on the cart, selling those
items to Golfers while on the course, weather permitting. Qual: Must be 18 due to beer sales. Hours: Fridays - Sundays, 10:30 - 4:00 p.m. Pay:
$8 per hour and a free meal per shift. Contact: Fill out an
application in the main office in the Dining Hall (lower level), between
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Lifeguard, PAC, Duties: Basic lifeguarding skills. Qual: Must be lifeguard certified and have first aid and CPR certification. Hours: Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Pay: $8.00 per hour. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Costumed Character and Costumed Character Handler, Upcountry History Museum -- Furman University. Duties: The costumed character and the handler work together to greet and interact with youth and adult visitors in the galleries of the Upcountry History Museum and occasionally off-site.
Qual. for Costumed Character: Height of 5'8" to 6' and weight of 165 - 185. Must follow "Guidelines for On-Site Use of Costumed Character", always led by a "Handler" through the galleries, Demonstrates reliability, maturity, and self-motivation at all times, presents oneself in a gentle and easy manner, experience e working with children, interest in theater and acting, comfortable in confined spaces and in a crowd and a non-smoker.
Note-Takers, The Office of Disability services provides note taking assistance to students who are registered in the office. Duties: Take notes for classes that you are attending. Qual: Must be enrolled in the class and attend on a regular basis, have a GPA of no less than 2.8, have good penmanship or be willing to type the notes outside of class and be able to follow the rules outlined on the Note Taker Information Sheet. A student may be a note taker in more than one class. Hours: Varies; based on the class you are enrolled in. Pay: $100 per semester; to be paid at the end of the semester. The pay is prorated if the student taking the notes or the student receiving the notes drops the class. Contact: Come to the Student Employment Office to receive a list of classes that need a note-taker.
Academic Assistant Office, lower level of the Library. Duties:
Tutoring Furman students in subject specific areas of study. All
subjects are needed. There is a high need for Statistics, Computer
Science, Math and Chemistry. Qual: Must complete one semester at Furman
University and have a "B" or higher in the class, transfer equivalency
or AP credit accepted. Hours: Hours are not guaranteed; work is based
on need. Pay: $7.55 per hour. Contact: email@example.com.
Aramark Food Service:
- Einstein Bagel - Dee Fennell, 864-294-3664
(must be certified or willing to become certified)
- Jennifer Burgess, PAC, 864-294-3586
based on each department's need (must be a sophomore or above) Ask about openings in the department.Website Development:
maintaining the current Furman website. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.Barnes and Noble Bookstore:
Apply in person to fill out an application.