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Student Employment 

 

Open Student Employment Positions - last updated: April 3, 2014  

LABOR POOL POSITIONS  

APPLY AT ANY TIME, WORK INTERMITTENTLY:  

  

Advising Desk Assistant  

 

Anthropology Lab Assistant  

 

Art Lab Aide  

 

Bookstore Clerk - level B  

 

Health Clinic Receptionist  

 

IT Help Desk Assistant - level B  

 

IT Support Technician - level C  

 

KRC Bookstore Clerk - level C  

 

Maintenance Aide  

 

Peer Advisor - Student Services Front Desk - Level A - SUMMER and FALL  

 

PRT Instrumentation Technician  

 

PRT Instrumentation Technician  

 

Residence Advisor  

 

Residence Life Dorm Maintenance Facility Crew  

 

Residence Life Front Desk Assistant  

 

Special Event Support Staff - Eligible applicants work intermittent assignments  

 

Student Tutor  

 

Learning Center - All subject specialties needed  

 

SU President  

 

SUMMER Faculty Assistant - Arts& Sciences  

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION:  

Notices of job postings and applications will also be posted on the Financial Aid bulletin board in the McLane Commons. Applications must be submitted via the website: UAKJobs or at the links listed above. As part of the learning experience, KPC supervisors of student employees may request each semester, along with an informal at the end of the second semester of work. The end of semester evaluation is merely a tool to assist the student employee on gaining employment strengths and defining areas that could use improvement, rather than a document held within the student HR employee permanent file.  

To apply for a job, click on a job link above and follow the instructions. For assistance in submitting your application please contact the Career and Community Engagement Center (262-0337) at KRC. For assistance at KBC, contact Student Enrollment Services (235-1655).  

Eligibility Criteria  

  • Must be enrolled at KPC or UAA for at least (6) six credits in the current semester; OR  
  • Have been enrolled in the previous semester for at least six credits, and plan to enroll for at least six credits in the next semester (if employment occurs between regular sessions.)  
  • Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen according to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.  
  • Must complete all UA employment paperwork, KPC Student Employee Orientation, and the UAOnline FERPA training (Family Education Rights & Privacy Act.)  

Student employees must be making satisfactory academic progress as outlined in the UAA/KPC course catalog: GPA 2.0 or better, prior to and throughout the term of employment.  

 

 

 

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