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. Once 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 a copy of their application, their resume, financial aid award letter and class schedule to the interview. Check back often for changes on this page and new job postings throughout the semester.
  • Mail Center/Print Shop:
    • Assistant needed for the Mail Center & Print Shop. Applicants must be able to work all days and hours of the following the following schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 12:00-1:00pm; Tuesdays from 1:00pm-3:00pm. No specific major or degree required. Contact Barbara Young at (830) 792-7301 or send email to to arrange an interview.
  • Facilities Services:
    • Recycling assistant needed. Requirements of position include being able to work outside. Must be able to do some lifting. Cutting down and disposing of  recycle materials as well as other duties as assigned. No specific degree required. Work hours Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, hours are flexible. Supervisor: Joyce Lespreance. Send email to 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.

(Students must be awarded Federal Work-Study and provide their own transportation)
  • American Red Cross:
    • The American Red Cross needs an office assistant. Applicants must possess good computer and communication skills, have knowledge of basic office operations and be able to work efficiently. Duties will include answering phones, greeting clients, typing, copying, filing and data entry. This position will also assist with meeting and newsletter preparation, web site design and marketing. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint required. Hours are flexible Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Contact William Thomas at (830) 257-4677 or send email  to to arrange an interview.
  • Boy Scouts of America:
    • Help needed at elementary schools in Kerrville and Bandera, working with Cub Scouts in after school programs. Lessons involve hands-on crafts skills and sports activities for 7-to-11 year old boys. Must enjoy working with children, and have an inclination toward arts and crafts activities. Any experience in this area would be helpful. Elementary and Middle School Education majors would be ideal for this position, as would former Scouts, but anyone may apply. Hours are normally 3:00-4:00pm daily. Applicants must have their own transportation to and from the work site. Send email to to arrange an interview.
  • 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
  • Habitat for Humanity:
    • Habitat for Humanity Kerr County needs a Marketing/Resource Coordinator to assist the Executive Director. Prefer marketing, business or graphic design majors. Must have strong communication skills, including public speaking and interpersonal communication. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and various forms of social media (Facebook, etc.). Looking for an energetic, creative, detail-oriented self-starter with the ability to work independently and with other staff and volunteers. Flexible hours with some random evening and weekend work possible. Contact Elizabeth Loggie at (830) 792-4844 or send email to to arrange an interview.