Help is needed to run the sound system and projection screens for chapel and other events. The student will need to have 2nd hour or 3rd hour free. Employee must be able to listen well and adjust the sound as necessary. Experience with sound systems is preferred, but not a requirement. The job will likely average about four hours per week with the possibility of more hours during weeks of audio-related events in the gym.
For more information about the position, contact Mr. Isaiah Oetken.
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.
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 5 hours per week
- Strong basic computer skills
- Ability to keep organized and accurate records
For more information about the position, contact Cameron Rankin, Supervisor.
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 Joel Borchardt at email@example.com. or call 920-206-2325.
Institutional Research and Effectiveness - Student Assistant
The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness is responsible for designing and implementing processes to collect, analyze, and use information to assess student learning and evaluate university operational effectiveness. The student assistant to the Director of IRE must be detail-oriented and skilled with computers. This 20 hour-per-week position starts in the fall semester.
Applications are being taken for the following positions in the Custodial Department for fall semester:
- Day Shift Custodians to clean the ladies' and 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 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.
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.
The Transportation Services Department is in need of vehicle detailers beginning in the fall semester. Applicants must be physically able to assist with lifting heavy objects and work in confined spaces. Duties include pre-trip inspection of vehicles, washing and cleaning interior and exterior of vehicles, and light maintenance. Contact Mr. Mark McMillen with questions and please apply.