Work-Study Job Postings

Applications are currently being accepted for the positions listed below.. Students should contact supervisors to arrange interviews for positions they seek. If students receive a job offer, they must immediately notify the Coordinator of Meaningful Work and attend a mandatory orientation session. They must also complete required paperwork with the Human Resources/Payroll Department. Students are encouraged to take their resume, financial aid award letter and class schedule to the interview.
  • Changing Global Society

Design Assistant needed for Study Abroad programs. Experience in Graphic Design and Marketing preferred. Study Abroad experience strongly recommended. Flexible work hours Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Contact Sonja Lind at (830) 792-7358 or send email to:

  • Texas Heritage Music Foundation

Social Media Coordinator needed for on campus nonprofit foundation. Social media experience and good communication skills required. Contact Kathleen Hudson ASAP at (830) 377-3186 to arrange an interview.

  • Campus Recreation - Part-time Lifeguard

Open to students who hold a current lifeguard certification and have experience as a lifeguard. Job includes monitoring and scanning the pool, cleaning the deck, etc. Applicants should possess good communication skills and a professional attitude, report to work promptly and be available on an on-call basis. Fall pool hours are: M-F, 3:00pm-7:00pm; Sat., Noon-6:00pm; Sun. 2:00pm-6:00pm. Hours are broken up in two-hour shifts. We are willing to work around your class schedule. Send email to Drew Dobbins: to arrange an interview.

  • Sciences & Mathematics:
    • Digital Signs Editor using Author/Web Updates :
Will use Author for the digital signs. Preferably knows Photoshop or must be willing to learn it.  Prefer student with a Biology, Chemistry, Math, Engineering, Exercise Science or Sport Management Degree Program.  Would like to hire someone to work for several years until graduation.  Supervisor: Paula Repka.  Send e-mail to, or call (830) 792-7438 to arrange an interview.
    • Assistant to Admin. Asst. & Faculty:

Will be working directly under the Administrative Asst. and assist any faculty members. Prefer BIOL, CHEM, MATH, ENGR, EXSI, or SPMG major. Supervisor: Paula Repka. Send email to, or call (830) 792-7438 to arrange an interview.

    • "Expanding Your Horizons" Program:

Help coordinate a workshop for 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls in the Hill Country area to help them explore careers in math and science. Students meet with local female professionals in fields such as veterinary medicine, animal research, stream ecology, occupational therapy, genetics, nursing, physical therapy and engineering. Applicants need experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Mail Merge programs, and must enjoy working with girls in grades 6-8. Most hours would occur during the fall, with fewer hours in the spring. Send email to to arrange interview.

  • Advancement/University Relations (Graphic Design):
Graphic Design major preferred. High level of maturity, personal responsibility and work ethic.  Experience with creating and editing a layout in Adobe InDesign.  Experience with Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat.  Basic knowledge to set up, export and create PDFs for press.  Ability to carry out a project from conception to printed piece within a deadline.  Knowledge with creating vector artwork in Adobe Illustrator is preferred but not required.  Must be self-motivated. No special work hours. Supervisor: Amy Armstrong. Call (830) 792-7405 to schedule an interview, or email
  • Wellness & Group Fitness:
Exercise Science, Sports Management or Business/Marketing major preferred with flexible schedule. Applicants should posses strong communication and organizational skills, knowledge of health assessments, risk stratification, exercise techniques and safety, and have the ability to lead individual and small group exercise sessions. Microsoft Office and social media knowledge required. Applicants are required to help Wellness RSO's with events and work independently. Work shifts are available from 7:00am-9:00pm, and we are willing to work around your class schedule.  Supervisor: Riley Bonilla.  Call (830) 792-7486 to schedule an interview, or email
  • Institutional Research:
High Degree of familiarity with Excel, Access and Work; Proof Data, Data Input & Extraction; work with numbers; reliable to work when scheduled; maintain confidentiality, assist with preparing results of analyses, filing.  Accounting or Math major preferred.  No special hours.  Supervisor:  Gloria Stewart.  Call (830) 792-7265 to schedule an appointment.  Bring resume with references, award letter and class schedule.
  • Student Activities:

General office responsibilities, answering phones, office management, and general cleaning. Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Work hours are between 10:00am-5:00pm. No specific degree or major required. Send email to Angie Bauman: to arrange an interview.

  • Instructional Tech (3 Positions needed immediately):

Above average computer skills-technology majors preferred. These positions are for the Library Student Computer Support Center. Contact Claire Rabson ASAP to arrange an interview:

  • Athletics-Student Trainers (2 Positions):

Prior athletic training experience is a definite plus, but not necessary! Prefer Exercise Science or any sports-related major. Availability nights and weekends necessary, based on game schedules. Must be able to work both semesters. Position involves lifting heavy coolers (~80-90 lbs.), injury and wound care, cleaning and emergency response. Good people skills, and the willingness and ability to take direction are also important. Call Janel Carlile at (830) 792-7299, or send email to to arrange an interview.

  • School of Professional Studies:

Graphic Design major needed to design and create signage as necessary. Will also consider Information Systems and Business majors. Mornings and afternoons, Monday-thru-Friday. Send email to Sylvia Coday at to arrange an interview.



(Students must be awarded Federal Work-Study and provide their own transportation)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters:
Communication skills very important, as well as public relations and marketing skills.  Candidate must be professional and capable of meeting and speaking with strangers and making cold calls for fundraising efforts.  Good organizational skills are necessary; must be reliable.  Experience with data entry preferred.  Candidates are strongly preferred who will continue in the work-study program through the spring semester.  Majority of hours will fall in the 1:00 PM-to-5:00 PM range.  Supervisor: Debra Parmley. Call (830) 257-2447 to arrange an interview, or email