The Costume Cottage has openings for two or three costuming seamstresses for fall semester. Our seamstresses assemble and alter all band, orchestra and choir outfits; create and alter costumes for the University and Academy plays, plus altering all drama recital costumes. The successful applicant must possess intermediate to superior sewing skills using sewing machines and be willing to work 10 to 20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., with at least a 2-hour work period. Experience on a serger, blind hemmer and embroidery machine is a plus. Other qualifications include, but are not limited to: tailoring and alterations skills; good organizational, communication, and relational skills; a desire to learn and improve. Some computer knowledge would be helpful. Please apply online.
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 both assess the effectiveness of student learning and to measure university operations, outcomes and efficiencies. The student assistant to the Director of IRE must be detail-oriented and skilled with computers, especially Excel. This 20 hour-per-week position starts fall semester. Please apply online.
Student Success Center
Applications are now being taken for tutors for fall 2014, specifically for General Biology, General Chemistry, Psychology, Accounting, Business, Calculus, Probability and Stats, Nursing, and General Studies. Adults and students both are encouraged to apply. Adults with a bachelor’s degree should apply here and students should apply here. Students must be at least a sophomore, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above, and a love for helping others. Interviews will be conducted throughout the end of the semester.
Maintenance Department – Seasonal
Kiddie Kampus – Seasonal
Kiddie Kampus Preschool is looking for part-time help May through August. Students, or spouses of students, faculty and staff, should apply here (students) or here (all others) and contact Mrs. Layna Steuerwald for more information.
Custodial Department – Seasonal
Applications are being taken for openings on the summer custodial cleaning crew. Applicants must be available to work shifts Monday through Friday. The start date is May 12. Please apply online.
Athletic Event Staff
Athletic event staff is involved in the set up and take down of the athletic facilities for all athletic events, as well as coverage during the events. The employee must be able to work nights and weekends, though not every weekend. The student worker will also be involved in the cleaning of the athletic facilities as well as statistical entry during home games.
Hours vary based on different sports for the fall, winter and spring seasons. One can expect 10-20 hours in the fall, 8-15 in the winter and 6-12 in the spring. Please include class schedule and extracurricular activities in your application if possible. Please apply online.
The Development Office has an opening for three student to be part of our Annual Fund Phone-a-Thon beginning fall semester. The Phone-a-Thon is a fundraising effort for Maranatha. This position requires good speaking ability and phone skills, some computer skills and a knowledge of Excel. The Development Office is especially interested in cheerful, self-motivated, goal-oriented students who have attended Maranatha for at least one semester. Phone-A-Thon employees will work for approximately four hours on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings for a total of twelve hours per week.
Campus Security is looking for several Campus Security Officers available to start in the Fall 2014 semester. Successful applicants must be in at least their second semester at Maranatha and must have a good deportment record. Other qualifications would include the ability to work late night or early morning shifts, including weekend shifts; the ability to work outdoors in all kinds of weather; the ability to work well with others and take directions from senior officers; attention to detail; ability to communicate politely and professionally; and the ability to stay calm and use good judgment in emergency situations. Please apply online.
For MBBC Campus safety information and crime statistics/annual Security Report, click here or call the Director of Security at (920) 342-0507.