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Human Resources

Student Employment

Student Jobs
  • Academic Coaching Coordinator 2020-2021

    Department: Shepard Academic Resource Center
    Summary:

    This position is open to all students who have previously been employed as part of the Academic Coaching or Academic Peer Mentoring programs housed in SARC First Year Programs. The Academic Coaching Coordinator is responsible for leading the Spring 2021 Academic Coaching team.

    This position would start August 1st, 2020 and continue through the 2020-21 academic year.  The pay rate for this position is the Multnomah County minimum wage, which is will be $13.25/hour.

  • Athletics Business Office Accounting Assistant

    Department: Athletics
    Summary:

    The Athletics Business Office Accounting Assistant role is an integral part of the Athletics Department at the University of Portland. Duties involve accounts payable, account receivable, purchase card reconciliation, and clerical tasks.

    This position would begin ASAP and continue through the summer and into the 2020-2021 academic year. 

  • UP Connections Mentor & Social Media Handler

    Department: Student Activities
    Summary:

    Diversity and Inclusion Programs (DIP) seeks to hire 1 hourly paid student mentor of the UP Connections program to work with Diversity and Inclusion Program Coordinator to organize the UP Connections pre-orientation program and the peer mentorship program. In addition handle the UP Connections Social Media and Photography. 

    Background

    UP Connections is a peer-mentorship program designed to support first generation, multicultural, out-of-state, LGBTQA+, underrepresented, and students of color adjust to their first year in college. All are welcome to join. UP Connections provides connections, resources, and tools for incoming first year students. Students are carefully paired with mentors and join a mentorship group, which groups meet for social and academic events.

    Information to Apply

    The position is from Spring 2020 until the end of the Spring 2021 semester. UP Connections Social Media & Mentor cannot also hold position and participation in pre-orientation activities or that have conflicting training or execution dates. The following positions conflict with the UP Connections position, including but not limited to:

    • Orientation Leader/Coordinator
    • First Generation Ambassador
    • First Year Workshop Leader
    • Resident Assistant (RA)
    • Residence Hall Welcome Crew
    • ASUP Executive Board
    • Social Justice Coordinator (SJC)
    • Service Plunge Leader
    • Residential Computer Consultant
  • UP Connections Mentor

    Department: Student Activities
    Summary:

    Diversity and Inclusion Programs (DIP) seeks to hire 10, hourly paid student mentors of the UP Connections program to work with Diversity and Inclusion Program Coordinator to organize the UP Connections pre-orientation program and the peer mentorship program.

    Background

    UP Connections is a peer-mentorship program designed to support first generation, multicultural, out-of-state, LGBTQA+, underrepresented, and students of color adjust to their first year in college. All are welcome to join. UP Connections provides connections, resources, and tools for incoming first year students. Students are carefully paired with mentors and join a mentorship group, which groups meet for social and academic events.

    Information to Apply

    The position is from Spring 2020 until the end of the Spring 2021 semester. UP Connections mentor cannot also hold position and participation in pre-orientation activities or that have conflicting training or execution dates. The following positions conflict with the UP Connections position, including but not limited to:

    • Orientation Leader/Coordinator
    • First Generation Ambassador
    • First Year Workshop Leader
    • Resident Assistant (RA)
    • Residence Hall Welcome Crew
    • ASUP Executive Board
    • Social Justice Coordinator (SJC)
    • Service Plunge Leader
    • Residential Computer Consultant
  • Mathematics Peer Assistant (Fall 2020)

    Department: Shepard Academic Resource Center
    Summary:

    Mathematics Peer Assistants (MPAs) provide mathematics tutoring services in the Math Resource Center (MRC) located within the Learning Commons. MPAs work between 4 and 8 hours a week, based on tutoring experience, course background, and scheduling needs for the MRC. MPAs provide drop-in tutoring services for mathematics students. Pay rate is the Portland Metro minimum wage, which will be $13.25/hour for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

  • Shipstad Hall Community Assistant 2020-2021

    Department: Residence Life
    Summary:

    Community Assistants are members of a residence hall staff team who play an important role in supporting the development of Christian communities at the University of Portland. In this role, community assistants serve their fellow residents in ways that enhance the quality of life in the hall through the delivery of service and hospitality. Outstanding community assistants are role models for their fellow residents and would be described by others as warm, conscientious, and kind. Community assistants have the opportunity to gain knowledge of the hall and the campus, as well as grow in their own leadership skills to prepare for future pursuits at the University of Portland and beyond. This position reports to the Assistant Hall Director in the assigned residence hall. The pay rate for this position is the Multnomah County minimum wage, which will be $13.25/hour for the 2020-21 academic year.

    Community Assistants are required to return to campus for onboarding, training, and participation as a member of their hall's Opening Team the week of August 17, 2020 and are expected to serve through the entire academic year unless they are studying abroad.

  • Service Plunge 2020 Digital Media Coordinator

    Department: Moreau Center
    Summary:

    ABOUT

    In partnership with local and global communities, the Moreau Center for Service and Justice engages critical human and environmental concerns through active learning, mutually beneficial service, and experience-based leadership development rooted in Catholic social teaching. Our work is possible through the commitment of a team of about 30 student leaders who inspire and lead their peers in various programs.  All Moreau Center student leaders commit to the Moreau Center’s core commitments of Social Justice, Solidarity, Community and Reflection.

    SUMMARY

    As a member of the Service Plunge Team, the digital storyteller (or storytellers) will photo-document this pre-orientation for incoming first-year and transfer students during the Plunge. The digital storyteller will also curate images, produce a slideshow, and present the slideshow at the Service Plunge BBQ.  

    This position (or positions) will work alongside Service Plunge Co-Coordinators and under the guidance and support of the Program Manager for Community Partnerships.

    BENEFITS:

    • Meals provided during all trainings, the Plunge and weekend prior to meal plan beginning.
    • Move into residence halls early, if applicable.
    • Quality leadership training focused on small group leadership skills, Catholic Social Teaching, and current social issues.
    • Building new friendships with other social justice minded students while creating memories and having fun while living out the University mission.
  • Service Plunge 2020 Hospitality Coordinator

    Department: Moreau Center
    Summary:

    ABOUT

    In partnership with local and global communities, the Moreau Center for Service and Justice engages critical human and environmental concerns through active learning, mutually beneficial service, and experience-based leadership development rooted in Catholic social teaching. Our work is possible through the commitment of a team of about 30 student leaders who inspire and lead their peers in various programs.  All Moreau Center student leaders commit to the Moreau Center’s core commitments of Social Justice, Solidarity, Community and Reflection.

    SUMMARY

    The Hospitality Co-Coordinators focus their time and energy on creating a welcoming environment for all Service Plunge participants in support of Moreau Center for Service & Justice Core Commitments.

    The Hospitality Co-Coordinators purchase supplies, run errands, make signs, and prepare snacks, meals, and facilities (including running a small kitchen) in the days leading up to and including the Service Plunge.  The Hospitality Coordinators work alongside Service Plunge Co-Coordinators and under the guidance and support of the Program Manager for Community Partnerships.

    BENEFITS

    • Modest Stipend
    • Opportunity to welcome new UP community members, while working and volunteering in a fun and professional office
    • If applicable, early move-in to campus in August
    • All meals provided
  • Service Plunge 2020 Coordinator

    Department: Moreau Center
    Summary:

    ABOUT

    In partnership with local and global communities, the Moreau Center for Service and Justice engages critical human and environmental concerns through active learning, mutually beneficial service, and experience-based leadership development rooted in Catholic social teaching. Our work is possible through the commitment of a team of about 30 student leaders who inspire and lead their peers in various programs.  All Moreau Center student leaders commit to the Moreau Center’s core commitments of Social Justice, Solidarity, Community and Reflection.

    SUMMARY:

    The Service Plunge Coordinator will organize and lead the pre-Orientation Service Plunge for first-year and transfer students, in collaboration with and under the direction and support of the Moreau Center for Service & Justice Program Manager for Community Partnerships. 

    The Coordinator develops service projects; organizes and manages coordination details (including budgeting) before, during, and after The Service Plunge; recruits and supports student leaders; and enlists the support of faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners to participate in the experience and execution of the 3-day event.

    This large-scale project includes a variety of administrative tasks, interaction with the larger Portland community, and direct service to and with incoming first-year students.

    BENEFITS:

    • Stipend paid in monthly installments March – September
    • Relaxed work environment with professional supervision
    • Opportunity to learn about a wide variety of social service agencies in the Portland area
    • Leadership development, especially as it relates to Catholic Social Teaching and Moreau Center Core Commitments
    • (If applicable) early move-in on campus in August
  • Army ROTC Tutor

    Department: Army ROTC
    Summary:

    Please do not apply unless you have been contacted by a member of the AROTC directly!

    Army ROTC requires tutoring in the following subjects and areas: Biology, Mathematics, Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Nursing, and other specific related course requested by members of the Army ROTC program.

Notice of University requirements regarding offers of employment and background investigations: Offers of employment by the University are in in writing and signed by the head of the Office of Human Resources and the President, the Provost, or a Vice President. Any offers of employment that do not meet these requirements are not final and are contingent on final approval by Human Resources and receipt of a written offer of employment that meets the previously-stated requirements. A background investigation process is required before final hiring procedures can be completed for all faculty and staff positions. Any offers received before a background investigation is successfully completed are not final and are contingent on successful completion of a background investigation.

 

For those requiring a reasonable accommodation to apply: Applicants who have a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation regarding the application or hiring process should contact Human Resources (503) 943-8484.

 

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