Preventive Maintenance - Men's Dorms

The Maintenance Supervisor, Mr. Jared Chesley, has an opening for a preventive maintenance worker in the men's dormitories to work 5 to 10 hours per week. Responsibilities include light maintenance work, alarm testing, daily inspection, reading of gauges, filling softeners with salt, changing light bulbs. This individual will keep assigned work orders current and completed.

Custodial Department

Applications are being taken for the following positions in the Custodial Department for fall semester:

  • Day Shift Custodians to clean the guys' 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 or Sunday nights (or both) from 10:00 p.m. until midnight.
  • Chair Crew for the chapel set-up and tear-down. Must have 2nd or 3rd hour free.

Campus Security - Citation Officer

Campus Security has openings for the daytime only (Monday through Friday) position of Campus Citation Officer. Successful applicants must have a good deportment record. Other qualifications would include the ability to work outdoors in all kinds of weather, an attention to detail, and an ability to communicate politely and professionally.

For questions about the position, contact Mr. Tim Johns at

Grounds Crew - Snow Removal

The Grounds Department is looking for students with the ability to follow oral and written instructions, to work effectively with a team, and to work independently as needed to support the group effort during this winter season.

Duties Include:

  • Clearing away snow from designated areas including parking lots, sidewalks, and driveways
  • Performing snow and ice control and removal procedures, including sanding, spreading deicing chemicals, loading trucks, hauling snow, or assisting other mechanics in the maintenance of snow removal equipment


  • The ability to endure substantial physical activity
  • Hours may vary due to snowfall, daylight, or adverse weather conditions
  • No experience necessary

If interested, please apply. For more information, contact Mr. Aaron Almaroad, Grounds Supervisor, at

Campus Security

Campus Security is hiring students for the position of Campus Security Officer. Successful applicants must have a good deportment record. Students with an established history at MBU are preferred. Other qualifications would 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 at

Admissions and Recruitment

The Admissions and Recruitment Office is hiring dedicated individuals to communicate the mission of Maranatha over the phone and in person to prospective students. Recruitment callers will be trained to recruit for Main Campus, Online, and Seminary programs and will be actively involved with on-campus recruitment events. Applicant requirements include:

  • Second semester main campus student
  • Available for a minimum of 8 hours per week
  • Ability to keep organized and accurate records

Applications will be accepted until September 24, and all new employees will start training on October 1.

For more information about the position, contact Cameron Rankin, Supervisor.

Grounds Crew

The Grounds Department is seeking to hire university students for the Grounds Crew this fall. Students are needed for the following:

  • Lawn Care Crew
    • Mowing
    • Trimming
    • Cleaning up fallen limbs
    • Picking up trash
  • Landscaping Crew
    • Cleaning up plant beds
    • Mulching plant beds
    • Planting flowers
    • Trimming bushes

If interest, please apply and contact the Grounds Supervisor, Aaron Almaroad, at for more information.

Information Technology - Virtual Course Technician

The Information Technology Department is seeking a student worker to process the classroom recordings of residential classes. The student worker will download, rename, do some minor editing on, and save files to the campus network. In addition, they will upload to our current streaming cloud service these recordings so that they are available to our Partnership Program. Hours will vary depending upon the amount of editing that is required, but will be 5 to 10 hours per week. Hours are flexible, but evenings are preferred. The applicant needs to be a self-starter who is able to work with minimal supervision, must be able to follow instructions, and be attentive to detail. Those available and interested should complete the application and email Raymond Steinbart.

Costume Cottage - Seamstresses

The Costume Cottage has openings for 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.

Kiddie Kampus Preschool

Applications are being taken for afternoon assistant teachers at Kiddie Kampus. Applicants must be available from 1:30 or 2:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

For more information about the position, contact Mrs. Melissa Chapman, Director.

Development Office - Student Caller Position

The Development Office is looking for student callers to work both semesters of the coming school year. The purpose of the position is to help raise money for student scholarships by calling friends of Maranatha and asking them to give to the Annual Fund. Applicants should have the ability to communicate clearly and personably over the phone and should be detail-oriented. It is also a plus for workers to be positive, self-motivated, goal-oriented students who have attended Maranatha for at least one semester. However, new students are also welcome to apply. Student callers will work from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings for a total of twelve hours per week. If you have questions, please contact Tiffany Henderson at, or call 920-206-2325.

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.

Academic Success Center - Tutors

Applications are now being taken for tutors for fall semester in all academic areas, as well as general accountability. 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, please contact Mrs. Kathleen Price.