Student Employment

Below you will find the Division of Student Affairs areas that hire student workers. 

Click the red plus symbol next to each department name for details. Learn about our student employee learning outcomesdocument.

Ability Services

Unfortunately, Ability Services does not have any student office assistant positions available at this time.

Students may be recruited by professors to become Note Takers in a course. Your professor will make an announcement in class if there is an open Note Taker position.

Career Services

To apply or to get additional information, visit the Career Services student employment page.

Career Peer Advisor (Multiple Positions)
Provide one-on-one assistance to students and alumni on a variety of career planning topics including resume and cover letter writing, job/internship searching and interview preparation

C.H.I.L.D. Center

To apply, or to get additional information, visit the C.H.I.L.D. Center student employment page.

Student Assistant
This position provides opportunities to support a positive and supportive environment for all children with a focus on social and emotional development through a play based environment. All student assistant positions support the classroom teacher through executing lessons, assisting with guidance and supporting the needs of all children.

Student Health and Counseling Services

To apply or for additional information, visit the Counseling and Student Health Services employment page.

Health Marketing Interns
Student Health Services is seeking to hire UWRF students to serve as Program and Promotion Assistants during the 2012-2013 academic year. One will serve as the Health Fair Coordinator. Additional duties include program development and implementation, publicity and marketing.

Alcohol Prevention Coordinator
We are looking for a student who has an interest area in alcohol prevention along with a creative mind for marketing this topic. The intern will be responsible for implementing a alcohol prevention strategy for our campus. The student intern will benefit by expanding their marketing knowledge, enhancing their design layout capabilities, and learning about alcohol prevention strategies for college age students.

Tobacco Prevention Coordinator
We are looking for a student who will assist with mobilizing students around tobacco prevention initiatives, marketing tobacco prevention messages to campus, and implementing a tobacco prevention strategy for our campus. The student intern will benefit by expanding their marketing knowledge, enhancing their design layout capabilities, and learning about tobacco prevention strategies for college age students.

Health Fair Coordinator
We are looking for an organized student who will organize the annual Health Fair held on campus in the spring of the year. The student will be responsible for planning the Health Fair, outreaching to student organizations and area businesses, collecting donations, and running the fair on the day of the event. This is a great opportunity for those looking to go into event planning.

General Health Intern
We are looking for a creative student for the marketing and promoting of Student Health Services and other health related efforts and events. This student will maintain and update the Student Health Services Web Page, create and distribute health related information and messages to the campus on a variety of topics. The intern will benefit by expanding their marketing knowledge, enhancing their design layout capabilities, and learning about health related topics.

Marketing and Graphics

To apply or for additional information, visit the Division of Student Affairs employment page.

Communications Intern
Responsible for the following: creating the weekly Falcon Connection newsletter that gets sent out to all undergraduate students, weekly events presentation to be shown before all Student Affairs events, and create content for and manage Freddy Falcon's Twitter accountlink and Facebook profilelink.

Graphics Intern (Multiple Positions)
Responsible for working with departments in Student Affairs to create graphic design related projects to help promote facilities, services, and programs in the Division of Student Affairs.

Photography Intern
Responsible for photographing events requested by departments in Student Affairs and also creates content for and manages the Instagram account.

Graphics Lead Intern
Responsible for assisting with organizing and managing graphics requests to ensure projects are well done, effective, and completed in a timely manner. Responsible for working with departments in Student Affairs to create graphic design related projects to help promote facilities, services, and programs in the Division of Student Affairs.

Marketing Lead Intern
Responsible for assisting with organizing and managing marketing requests and projects to ensure they are well done, effective, and completed in a timely manner. Responsible for assisting the Communications and Photography interns when needed to help promote facilities, services, and programs in the Division of Student Affairs.

New Student and Family Programs/International Student Services

To apply or for additional information, visit the New Student and Family Programs employment page.

Orientation & Transition Leader (OTL) - International Student Orientation
Looking for exceptional student leaders dedicated to assisting new international degree-seeking and exchange students in their orientation experience at University Wisconsin-River Falls.

Orientation & Transition Leader (OTL) - New Student Registration
Looking for exceptional student leaders dedicated to assisting future students, their family members, and supporters in their registration experience at University Wisconsin-River Falls.

Orientation & Transition Leader (OTL) - Week of Welcome
OTL's for WOW are a group of 45 exceptional student leaders dedicated to assisting new students in their move-in, orientation, and Academic Day experience at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

New Student & Family Programs (NSFP) Student Manager
Student Managers assist in the planning and implementation of a variety of New Student Programs, including New Student Registration, Week of Welcome, International Student Orientation, Academic Day, Family Day, and more.

Recreation and Sport Facilities

To apply or for additional information, visit the Recreation and Sport Facilities employment page.

Campus Recreation Student Manager
This position will work closely with the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation in the oversight of Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, and Outdoor Recreation. Duties include but are not limited to, assisting with game and event scheduling and administration; marketing and promotion; hiring, training and scheduling student employees; Intramural supervision; equipment management; and recreational facilities management. The position requires evening and weekend hours.

Intramural Student Coordinator
The Intramural Manager is responsible for supporting and promoting all Intramural activities, programs and events sponsored by Campus Recreation.  Responsibilities include assisting with the development, administration, supervision and evaluation of the Intramural program, including equipment duties and scheduling and training workers. The Intramural Manager will also serve as an Intramural Supervisor and assist with the administration of Intramural events. The position requires evening and weekend hours.

Intramural Official
This position will work closely with the Intramural Supervisors, Intramural Manager, Campus Recreation Intern and Assistant Director of Campus Recreation. Responsibilities will include enforcing departmental policies and game rules for any number of intramural sports including basketball, flag football, soccer, volleyball, softball, ultimate frisbee, broomball, and dodgeball. Additional duties include maintaining a safe and fun atmosphere during intramural competition, facilitating fair play among participants, and attending sport-specific training sessions.

Intramural Scorekeeper
This position will work closely with the Intramural Supervisors, Intramural Manager, Campus Recreation Intern and Assistant Director of Campus Recreation. Responsibilities will include enforcing departmental policies and keeping records for any number of intramural sports including basketball, flag football, soccer, volleyball, softball, ultimate frisbee, broomball, and dodgeball. Additional duties include maintaining a safe and fun atmosphere during intramural competition, facilitating fair play among participants, and attending sport-specific training sessions.

Intramural Supervisor
This position will work closely with members of the Campus Recreation Staff. Responsibilities will include supervision of Intramural and Special Event activities. This position will require night and weekend hours. This position is also responsible for the supervision, and evaluation of all Intramural Officials.

Sport Club Coordinator
The Sport Club Manager is responsible for supporting and promoting all Sport Club programmatic activities and functions.  Responsibilities include assisting with the development, administration, supervision and evaluation of the Sport Club program, including equipment duties and reviewing club documentation. The Sport Club Manager will also serve assist with the administration of all home Sport Club contests, practices and events. The position requires evening and weekend hours.

Kinni Outdoor Adventures Coordinator
The Student Manager will be assisting the UWRF recreation director with the day-to-day operations of Kinni Outdoor Adventures (KOA), professionally managing the KOA student staff and promoting outdoor recreation opportunities to the UWRF and River Falls community. KOA operates three major entities: The Knowles Indoor Climbing wall, The KOA Rental Center, and a series of outdoor day trips and courses. Other events include the biannual climbing competition, freshman outreach program, and group climbing rentals.

Kinni Outdoor Adventures Staff
Student Leaders will assist the Kinni Outdoor Adventures Manager with various duties within the program. A team of well-rounded outdoor leaders will be necessary for KOA to operate on a student basis. KOA operates three major entities: The Knowles Indoor Climbing wall, KOA Rental Center, and a series of outdoor day trips and courses. This is the perfect position to develop your outdoor leadership skills and resume.

Residence Life

To apply or for additional information, visit the Residence Life employment page.

Academic Year Opportunities

Desk Assistant (DA) (Multiple Positions)
Contributes to and helps develop community among hall residents. Responsible for the front desk operation of a particular hall/area, specifically administrative duties, check-in and out procedures, building security, mail sorting, and assisting residents, staff, and visitors at the Residence Hall front desk.

Resident Assistant (RA) (Multiple Positions)
Responsible for community development activity planning, safety and security for a residence hall community, building and fostering relationships and connections between residents. Requires ability to use good judgment in mediating conflicts and handling difficult situations.

Student Life

To apply or for additional information, visit the Student Life employment page.

Student Life Intern (Multiple Positions)
Interns will work 15-20 hours per week on the development and implementation of featured programs & services from the Office of Student Life. Interns will be supported through team meetings, advisor meetings, and professional development opportunities.

Student Life Manager (Multiple Positions) 
Managers will work 8-10 hours per week to support professional staff in the Office of Student Life. Managers will be supported through weekly advisor meetings to complete duties as assigned.

University Center

To apply or for additional information, visit the University Center employment page.

Custodial Staff
Provides basic custodial duties of common areas in the University Center. Requires evening and weekend hours. 

Desk Assistant
Responsibilities include cash handling, assisting students, professional staff, and the public, answering phones, as well as various tasks at both desks with a strong emphasis on customer service. Requires evening and weekend hours in addition to daytime desk coverage at the Involvement Center Desk and the Information Desk in the University Center.

Production Services - Event Staff
The Production Services - Event Staff is primarily responsible for all of the production infrastructure and room setups for the University Center and secondary support is provided campus-wide. The staff will be responsible for set-up and take-down of all staging, trussing, video screens, Genie Lifts, scaffolding, crowd barricades, tables, chairs and will provide additional departmental support as needed including audio, video and lighting systems. Production Services - Event Staff represent Student Affairs while on duty. This appointment requires evening and weekend hours and a commitment of 6 - 12 hours per week. This is a very labor-intensive position.

Campus Reservations Assistant
Serves as the primary campus reservations staff person on duty and is responsible for providing customer service to individuals who telephone, e-mail, web-request or visit the Campus Reservations Office to request room reservations in person. Requires reservations desk coverage during the standard business day and some evening hours.