Virtual Course Technician
The Information Technology Office is seeking student workers to facilitate distance learning in residential classes. The student worker will sit in an office and help connect distance students to their classes using audio and video technology. You will be responsible for monitoring two or more classes at a time. While this may sound complicated, it is actually as easy as using a TV remote and monitoring a computer in the room.
- Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 11:30-12:20
If you're available during the period listed above and interested, please complete the employment application and email Raymond Steinbart. There will be a mandatory, paid training session on the evening of Sunday, August 26, before classes start.
Information Technology - Level 1 Technician
The Information Technology Department has an opening for a student to work as a Level 1 Technician. The successful applicant will be expected to assist customers with computer issues; resolve printer problems; remove viruses and other malware from computers; provide basic help in the use of mobile devices, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, and Apple's macOS; assist faculty members with basic classroom technology questions; and maintain accurate customer service records. The ideal candidate will be friendly, teachable, flexible, and customer-focused with a strong technology aptitude/ability. For more information about the position, contact Mr. Tanner Jotblad.
Applications are being taken for fall semester for the following positions in the Custodial Department:
- Day Shift Custodians to clean ladies' dorms, two hours daily between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Night Shift Custodians to clean main buildings after hours, two hours daily from 10:00 p.m. until midnight, Monday through Friday.
- Weekend Cleaning Crew to clean main buildings. Must be available Saturday and Sunday nights, 10:00 p.m. until midnight.
- Chair crew for the chapel set-up and tear-down. Must have 2nd or 3rd hour free.
Vending Machine Stock Clerk
The vending machine stock clerk is responsible for collecting all change and bills from vending machines and for making sure that all vending machines on campus are stocked with product. Training will begin during the first week of the semester. This position's hours are flexible around your class schedule and require less than five hours per week.
- Take inventory of designated machines each week
- Collect change and bills from soda machines and turn over to Campus Stores Manager
- Deliver products to and install products in the vending machines
- Maintain overstock so that no products on hand become out of date
- Conduct POS transactions
- Must be 21 years of age, have a good driving record, and be approved to drive college vans (this may be limited to driving on campus only)
- Ability to lift, carry and move flats of soda up and down stairs
- Trustworthy with cash
Call Center Employees
The Advancement Department is hiring dedicated individuals to communicate the mission of Maranatha. Students will be cross-departmentally trained to recruit, retain, and promote for the entire University family brand. Applicant requirements include:
- Available for a minimum of 9 hours a week
- Strong basic computer skills
- Ability to keep organized and accurate records.
For more information about the position, contact Mr. Jonathan Sheeley, Director.
The Grounds Department is in need of student employees to help with the maintenance of the lawns, drives, and walk areas.
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:
- The maintenance of the grounds (mowing and trimming of grass) and, as needed, replacement of grass, shrubs, trees, and related areas of Maranatha property
- The removal of, or the appropriate dealing with, clutter and trash that would have a negative effect on the appearance of the Maranatha campus
- The removal of snow and the safe maintenance of walks and drives during the winter months
For more information, contact Mr. Steve Kibler, Grounds Supervisor (cell 608-853-1599).
Food Service is hiring student workers for all shifts for fall semester.
Costume Cottage - Rental Coordinators
The Costume Cottage has openings for two rental coordinators for fall semester. Our rental coordinators help pull costumes for all plays and recitals, take care of the costumes, and put new outfits into our stock. They work with the public to help meet their needs in rentals. The worker will also help maintain the website. The successful applicant must be willing to work 10-20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., with at least a 2-hour work period. They must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, be highly organized and able to work by themselves or as a team member. Other qualifications include, but are not limited to: knowing some costume history, ability to work with the public, neat, and working well under pressure. Good communication skills, a desire to learn and improve and some sewing skills a plus.
Costume Cottage - Seamstresses
The Costume Cottage has openings for one or two costuming seamstresses for fall semester. Our seamstresses assemble and alter all orchestra and choir outfits. We also create and alter costumes for the University and Academy plays, plus altering all drama recital costumes as needed. The successful applicant must be willing to work 10 to 20 hours per week during the daytime and possess at least intermediate sewing skills using sewing machines. Experience on a serger, blind hemmer and embroidery machine is a plus. Other qualifications include, but are not limited to, tailoring skills, alterations skills, good organizational and communication skills, good relational skills, and a desire to learn and improve. Some computer knowledge would be helpful.
Academic Success Center - Tutors
Applications are now being taken for tutors for fall semester. You must be at least a sophomore, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above, and a love for helping others.
For more information about the position, contact Mrs. Kathleen Price.
B. Snarly Squad
The Athletic Department is looking for several individuals interested in working as our MBU mascot, B. Snarly. Work hours vary depending on the athletic events and seasons and range from 2-6 hours, and include evenings and weekends in the fall and winter. Work starts in August. Candidates must be at least 5'5" and shorter than 6'1", physically capable of performing the required movements and activities, interact well with people, and enjoy entertaining. Read the job description to learn more.
Campus Security - Security Officer
Campus Security is hiring students for the position of Campus Security Officer. Successful applicants must be in at least their second semester at Maranatha and have a good deportment record. Other qualifications include the ability to work late night or early morning shifts, including weekend shifts; the ability to work outdoors in all kinds of weather; the ability to work well with others and take directions from senior officers; attention to detail; ability to communicate politely and professionally; and the ability to stay calm and use good judgment in emergency situations.
For questions about the position, contact Mr. Tim Johns.