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Student jobs at Luther Seminary

Student jobs by outside employers

There is no process to screen the employers and job opportunities listed below, and the seminary cannot be held responsible for the outcome.


Student jobs at Luther Seminary

Office Assistant
(4/23/2015)

The purpose of this position is to assist the seminary in administration (including billing and records management) of WorkingPreacher.org and other projects of the Center for Lifelong Learning.

JOB DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Correspond with authors: Maintain clear communication with authors, including collecting author acceptance letters, W-9 forms and processing payment vouchers.
  • Monitor inbox: Monitor email to CBP and refer requests to appropriate staff or student workers. Includes monitoring site comments and managing responses to site visitors.
  • Manage CBP store: Process orders in collaboration with Luther Seminary bookstore, respond to billing and other customer queries.
  • Billing/Tracking: Ensure contributors are paid promptly and accurately.
  • Office support: Provide office support for content production as needed, including podcast packets, author profiles, and other duties as assigned.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

A. Desired Education and Experience:

  • Student at Luther Seminary
  • Office experience (administration and billing)

B. Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Consistently monitor email traffic and ability to prioritize issues
  • Customer-focused communication style, strong collaboration skills
  • Ability to manage flexible timeframe, with up to 10 hours per week.


TO APPLY:
Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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Stub Hall Hospitality Staff Member
(11/8/2013)

PURPOSE

The Stub Hall Hospitality Staff member serve as the face of Stub Hall and Luther Seminary for guests staying on campus. Hospitality Staff Members provide resources and information for guests staying on campus. Hospitality Staff Members provide resources and information for guests during their stay.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Greet and welcome guests upon their arrival to Stub Hall  from 5:00pm-8:00pm on weeknights and weekends.
2. Serve as point person for all hospitality inquiries during guest stay.
3. Collect payments and returned keys upon guest departure.
4. Report cleaning and maintenance issues in a timely manner.
5. Assist guests to rooms with luggage and belongings.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Desired Education and Experience:

  • Student at Luther Seminary actively pursuing a degree
  • Must live in Luther Seminary campus housing
  • Experience in customer or hospitality services
  • Be available for check in times (5:00pm-8:00pm) and check out times (9:00am-11:00am)

Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer service skills with a willingness to meet and exceed guest' experience
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Integrity in handling payments
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Experience with reservation software a plus


TO APPLY:
Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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Community Life Fellow
(8/6/2014)

START DATE: July 1; Position Reviewed Annually

PURPOSE
In cooperation with the Associate Dean of Students, Office Manager for Student Affairs and the other Community Life Fellows, develop, plan, coordinate, and implement events that support community life at Luther Seminary.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Develop, plan, and implement community events that support community life at Luther Seminary utilizing the Wholeness Wheel.

  2. Serve as administrative support in the Student Affairs office for 8-10 hours/week. Duties include answering phones, managing email communication, office hospitality, and special projects as assigned by Student Affairs staff.

  3. Provide leadership and support to special campus projects as needed.

  4. Participate in Admission events including Dokimazo(fall and spring), Scholarship Weekend (February), and other recruitment events throughout the year.

  5. Participate in International Student & Scholars Affairs (ISSA) and Global Mission Institute (GMI) events throughout the year.

  6. Other duties as assigned.


POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
  1. Be a currently enrolled student in good standing at Luther Seminary

  2. Developed sense of responsibility and creative problem-solving skills

  3. Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  4. Strong organizational skills and ability to work with multiple deadlines

  5. Demonstrated ability to work in a collaborative environment

  6. Experience working in customer service environments


  7. SUPERVISION:
    Associate Dean of Students and Office Manager for Student Affairs


    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Web Communications Editor
    (4/23/2015)

    The purpose of this position is: To provide writing and editing support for regular e-communications and www.luthersem.edu

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

    • Editing of daily God Pause devotional
    • Weekly checking for consistency of luthersem.edu,using SiteImprove tool
    • Writing email copy promoting Luther Seminary events
    • Monthly newsletter writing support, which may include editing and/or proofing
    • Web writing, editing and uploading of photos and video using content management system
    • General proofing and editing, as needed
    • These duties may be done remotely and at non-specific hours, if desired and agreed upon by student and manager.

    DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Undergraduate degree in English, communications, journalism or other related field
    • Editorial and/or web writing experience

    • Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    • Strong writing, editing, interviewing and proofing skills
    • Some knowledge of AP style and web content management systems
    • Positive attitude; focus on accuracy; attention to detail; self-starter; good communicator; professional demeanor; organized; ability to work independently; positive representation of the seminary and the Office of Marketing and Communications, both in person and on social media

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Seminary Relations: Office Assistant
    (5/18/2012)

    This positions will assist the Seminary Relations department by answering department phones and directing calls, and providing clerical, computer and other necessary support for the Seminary Relations department. This position reports to the Administrative Assistant, Seminary Relations.

    JOB DUTIES

    1. Greet guests and answer phones calls at the front desk. Direct phone calls to appropriate staff.

    2. Provide clerical support for Administrative Assistant and other members of the team when needed.

    3. Manage general office logistics including office supplies, work space, filing systems and other tasks necessary for the smooth operation of the office.

    4. Provide general office support to include entering RSVPs in Jenzabar, sort mailings, sign and mail Director of Sustaining fund receipt letters, facilitating gift receipt letters, database system, routing mail, managing event reservations, general computer support including mail merge for letters, name tags, labels, etc.

    5. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.



    QUALIFICATION
    Desired Education and Experience:
    • Student at Luther Seminary

    • Excellent organizational skills, accuracy and attention to detail.

    • Strong initiative (a self-starter with the ability to follow through on assignments)

    • Ability to work well on a team and with a variety of people

    • Ability to professionally meet and greet the public

    • Excellent telephone skills

    • Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Google Apps.

    • Highest level of confidentiality

    • Commitment to Luther Seminary's mission and understanding of how the Office of Seminary Relations services this mission


    TO APPLY: Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Data Entry Clerk
    (7/29/2011)

    The Office of Seminary Relations is seeking a Data Entry Clerk who will assist in the quality maintenance of our shared database and will provide our team with general office support. We offer flexible schedules and a casual work environment, well suited to organized self-starters. This position requires a minimum of 10 work hours per week with the ability to increase up to 20 hours.

    JOB DUTIES:

    1. Maintain confidential controls for all work processed
    2. Create and update database records using documented procedures
    3. Research information using internet and investigation tools provided
    4. Accurately interpret and input data from both paper and electronic sources
    5. Assist in writing, processing, and sorting letters for public mailings
    6. Organize, clean and maintain departmental areas
    7. Regularly review and assist in revision of process documentation
    8. Occasional phone support
    9. Recognize, report and reconcile questions about work assignments
    10. Retrieve data using standardized reports for publication
    11. Other duties as assigned

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Desired Education and Experience:

    • Currently enrolled student of Luther Seminary
    • Past relatable work experience with data

    2. Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Attention to detail
    • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
    • Excellent English verbal and written communication skills including reading handwriting
    • Ability to follow detailed written procedures and style manual
    • Working knowledge of databases and/or desire for proficiency in database entry
    • Must be able to focus on repetitive tasks while sitting for 2+ hours of typing
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Working knowledge of Google Cloud or similar e-mail systems
    • Knowledge of US mailing address formats and salutations
    • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds
    • Working knowledge of Luther Seminary web offerings (Enter the Bible, Working Preacher, God Pause)

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Thankathon Caller
    (9/16/2011)

    The Office of Seminary Relations is seeking a Thankathon Caller who will contact donors of the seminary to express gratitude for their generous gifts on behalf of the student body.

    JOB DUTIES:

    Donor Contact:

    • Connect personally with Luther Seminary's donors via telephone to  thank them for their generosity
    • Ask Luther Seminary donors for their continued support during fall and spring campaigns by phone and/or mail
    • Write thank you notes to our donors
    • Occasional RSVP event calling

    Computer Skills:

    • Able to work within the Jenzabar Ex database system

    Hospitality and support:

    • Occasional  donor event support
    • Other duties as assigned

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Desired Education and Experience:

    • Student at Luther Seminary

    Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills: Clear speaking voice; ease and flexibility with conversation; basic computer skills; legible handwriting.

    TO APPLY:

    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Online Course Coordinator
    (1/30/2015)

    The purpose of this Office of Technology student position is to work as part of a team and in collaboration with faculty, this role coordinates online course spaces.

    KEY RESULTS AREA:

    1. Combine learning theory, design practices, online learning environments, and technology to proactively and collaboratively partner with faculty, staff, and students to assist with implementing appropriate student-centered, technology-enabled learning environments and learning objectives to enhance student learning.

    2. Assist with the course creation, support, and maintenance of the online learning environment in collaboration with Office of Technology staff, serve as an escalation point for questions regarding learning technology and technology enabled learning environments.

    3. Provide supervisor advice and counsel on the strategic, tactical, and operational issues and budget associated with the use of technology in service of learning for all Luther Seminary educational processes.

    4. Other duties as assigned.


    JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

    1. Commitment to Luther Seminary's Mission and Vision.

    2. Desired Education and experience:
    1. Current student at Luther Seminary
    2. Experience in teaching or learning in an online environment preferred

    3. Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    1. A passion for education, particularly the use of technology in education
    2. Strong communication skills: oral, written, and presentation
    3. Demonstrate and utilize effective needs analysis, organization, project management, time management, and evaluation skills
    4. Detail-oriented
    5. Technologically astute
    6. Able to multitask and work on multiple projects simultaneously
    7. Experience with theological curriculum
    8. Ability to interpret faculty and student needs and produce instructional materials
    9. Demonstrated exemplary customer service skills
    10. Ability to proactively collaborate with faculty and staff an develop innovative solutions to instructional problems
    11. Ability to effectively and empathetically communicate with people who have a wide range of technological needs, abilities, and experiences
    12. Capacity to thrive in a team environment with supervision
    13. Proven ability to adapt and learn new procedures and software programs
    14. Ability to evaluate/monitor processes and approaches
    15. Sound understanding of, and ability to use fundamental web development technologies, HTML and tools
    16. Knowledge of ELCA or other mainline Christian organizations helpful.


    TO APPLY
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Photographer - Marketing and Communications Office
    (7/25/2013)

    The Marketing and communications Office is looking for a skilled photographer for events and other seminary photography needs. The ideal candidate will have a professional appearance and demeanor as well as his or her own camera equipment.  If necessary the Marketing and Communications Office can provide a camera.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Photographing on-campus events
    • Taking head shots of students or faculty
    • Capturing still images of artwork
    • Creating images to accompany feature articles in Story magazine and other campus publications
    • Getting photos to the Marketing and Communications Offices in a timely and useable way
    • Responding in a timely way to photography request

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Skilled in photography

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Student Writer for Marketing and Communications
    (3/25/2014)

    The purpose of this position is to provide written marketing materials and feature stories for the purpose of promoting the seminary.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Writing feature stories (approx. 250-1,000 words) for the bi-annual Story magazine
    • Monthly newsletter writing support, including writing, editing and/or proofing
    • Interviewing subjects for various feature stories
    • Some web writing
    • General proofing and editing, as needed
    • Some or all of these responsibilities may be done remotely and at non-specific hours, if desired and agreed upon by student and manager.

    Desired Education and Experience:

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Undergraduate degree in English, communications, journalism, or other related field, or equivalent experience preferred.

    Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Strong writing, editing, interviewing and proofing skills (specifically feature writing), some knowledge of AP style and web content management systems is helpful.

    Desired Attributes:

    • Positive attitude;focus on accuracy; attention to detail; self-starter; good communicator; professional demeanor; organized; ability to work independently; positive representation of the seminary and the Office of Communications, both in person and on social media.


    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs".  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit"; your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email



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    Barista (Coffee Shop - Dining Services)
    (10/13/2011)

    Dining Services has an immediate need for baristas for the OCC Coffee Shop.  This position works in a team environment to provide Coffee Shop customers with quality beverages, food, and service.   

    RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Customer Service
        Create a welcoming environment for all customers; 
        Anticipate and respond to customer needs, encourage feedback;
        Build service and sales with suggestive selling.

    • Products
        Strong knowledge base of products;
        Ensure all prepared beverages are created according to standardized recipe;
        Assist in creating and implementing new food/beverage concepts;
        Monitor procedures that comply with wholesomeness, safety and sanitation guidelines.

    • Maintains quality coffee shop operations
        Follow procedures for optimal operational flow;
        Monitor standards for merchandising, stocking, rotating and storing products;
        Complete routine cleaning requirements and maintain scheduled equipment maintenance;
        Report abnormalities to internal and external resources.

    • Financial Accountability
        Follow operational procedures and policies related to safe and secure cash handling;
        Ensure transaction procedures and POS policies are completed with 100% accuracy;
        Contribute to LS goals for increasing sales and enhancing profit levels.

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    • Desired Education and Experience
        Student at Luther Seminary

    • Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
        Responsible for self-initiated learning;
        Present oneself professionally;
        Demonstrate clear communication with customers and staff interactions.

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs".  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit"; your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email



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    DINING SERVICES: Dining Assistant
    (8/3/2011)

    This position will work to provide an excellent dining experience that promotes customer satisfaction in all areas of the duties.

    RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
    1. Operate all service and dining room equipment with efficiency and safety
    2. Ensure all food and sale items are displayed in compliance to health code regulations
    3. Ensure all items for sale are arranged attractively, enticingly
    4. Maintain front of house operations with customer service focus
    5. Ensure Financial accuracy and accountability in tender
    6. Provide excellent customer service, attending to any questions or concerns

    REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Ability to commit to a two-hour shift minimum
    • Strong communication skills
    • Previous experience working in food service and/or customer service
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability to work independently, self-starter
    • Ability to cross-train in dish room and Grill Cook is also desirable

    TO APPLY
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    DINING SERVICES: Events Wait Staff
    (8/4/2011)

    This position will ensure excellence in all areas of customer service for catered events.

    RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

    Scheduling for this position will be contingent on availability of catering events with consideration to the individual's personal availability. A free and flexible schedule is preferred.

    1. Ensure all catering guidelines are met with efficient delivery, set-up, service, and clean-up associated with the event
    2. Occasionally assist in dish room for event clean-up
    3. Follow guidelines and requirements uniquely requested by customers
    4. Provide excellent customer service, attending to any questions or concerns
    5. Model behavior that demonstrates professionalism and teamwork

    REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Must be able to meet physical requirements of active movement:
    • Standing, walking for a longer period of time
    • Lifting up to 25 pounds
    • Ability to commit to a two-hour shift minimum
    • Demonstrate an enthusiastic and engaging personality
    • Demonstrate strong verbal communication skills and active listening
    • Ability to work independently, self-starter
    • Ability to cross-train as a Dining Assistant
    • Previous experience working in food service and/or customer service

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Audio/Video Assistant
    (9/15/2011)

    This position assists the seminary in capturing, editing and posting video footage for use on seminary websites, including WorkingPreacher.org, Enterthebible.org and luthersem.edu.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Capture audio:  Gather footage (including set up and take down of sound equipment) for podcasts.
    • Editing:  Edit audio using Logic Pro and Garage Band (Mac).
    • Post to web:  Convert final piece into format suitable for posting on Luther Seminary websites.
    • Archive:  Back up audio footage to hard drive and network on regular basis.
    • Scheduling:  Arrange podcasts with faculty and staff. Work with Center for Lifelong Learning and/or Communication Office to identify times, locations for upcoming podcasts.

    REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Experience doing basic audio production
    • Computer and technical skills, comfortable working with audio back-up processes
    • Organizational and interpersonal skills, ability to arrange and schedule events
    • Weekly workload will vary, according to project and calendar of events
    • Ability to manage flexible time frame, with up to 5 hours per week.

    TO APPLY:
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    Campus Watch Student Staff
    (1/18/2012)

    Campus Watch provides and improves the security of Luther Seminary. Luther Seminary has openings for five Campus Watch Student Staff beginning early to mid-August.

    Responsibilities:

    • To lock buildings in accordance with Seminary procedures and policies
    • To perform rounds of the campus
    • To perform escorts for faculty, staff, students, and guests
    • To carry a set of master keys and answer the Campus Watch Phone
    • To approach and respond to unpredictable and/or confrontational situations
    • To call 911

    Skills/Job Requirements:

    • Student at Luther Seminary
    • Must have a clear background check on file with the Seminary previous to hiring.
    • Some experience in dealing with unpredictable and/or confrontational situations.
    • Able to work in tandem with other personnel
    • Extremely Responsible

    Please direct any questions regarding this position to Human Resources.

    TO APPLY
    Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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    A/V Technician
    (9/24/2014)

    The Office of Technology is seeking an A/V Technician. The position works in a team environment providing audio and visual recording and production services to the campus.

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    1. Provide A/V recording and streaming services to events scheduled on campus by internal groups of individuals in between the hours of 10AM and 2PM daily, as well as outside of normal hours when possible.

    2. Assist in the production and processing of incoming video files.

    3. Document and track work within systems.

    4. Works to fulfill the expectations and assignments of the IT Support Services team.

    5. Fills in for Help Desk personnel when needed.

    6. Research methods and offer suggestions for improved service operation, efficiency, and capability.

    7. Inform supervisor of opportunities or issues.

    8. Work with end users to resolve problems.

    9. Attends departmental meetings and individual meetings with supervisor.

    10. Other duties as assigned.


    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Student of Luther Seminary

    Desired education and experience:
          
    • Minimum 1 year related experience

    •       
    • Prior experience operating audio and video equipment

    •       
    • Experience using, troubleshooting, and supporting commonly used A/V tools.


    Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities:
         
    • Prior experience recording, editing, and producing final digital audio and video files for multiple distribution modes (DVD, CD, web, etc)

    •       
    • Minimum 1 year using Adobe Premier Pro for video editing

    •       
    • Familiar with audio and video best practices and industry standards

    •       
    • Exemplary customer service skills

    •       
    • An effective, clear, and personable communicator with a sense of humor

    •       
    • Able to determine priorities and work in a self-directed manner

    •       
    • Curious about finding root causes and long-term solutions to problems

    •       
    • Thrives on unpredictability

    •       
    • Takes personal ownership of their work

    •       
    • A quick learner

    •       
    • Ability to effectively work with people at all levels of the organization and with all levels of technology experience and comfort.

    •       
    • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds and rarely lift up to 50 pounds

    •       
    • Ability to crawl into tight spaces

    •       
    • Experience working in a non-profit or academic IT environment a plus.


    • TO APPLY:
      Log on to your MyLutherNet, under Helpful Links select "Services," then "Employment-Student Jobs."  The Student Employment Opportunities web page will open.  On the upper right side of that page click on the blue button "Submit Application."  Complete the application, check the "accept" box and then click on "submit;" your application will automatically be sent to the Human Resources email.



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      Student jobs by outside employers

      Youth and Family Ministry Coordinator
      (6/30/2015)

      The Director of Youth and Family Ministries is a vital member of the staff of Emmanuel. He/She will share the church's mission to "Reach Teach and Serve All"; to nurture the spiritual formation of children, youth and adults; and to continue the ministry of Christ through community service and global outreach.
      The Director of Youth and Family Ministries is responsible for developing, energizing, and maintaining vibrant programming to support Emmanuel's youth and families in their faith journeys from infancy through adulthood. The Director, utilizing a collaborative style, will need to delegate and empower adult volunteers to carry out a vision and programs that provide a firm foundation for the growth of the Christian faith and love of Christ within Emmanuel's children and youth.  Throughout these ministries, the Director and volunteer ministry teams will work together, building relationships that promote healthy Christian values, which in turn furthers continued involvement of our youth and families. This position is a "Full-time Salaried", plus benefits, position with flexible hours. If interested, send a cover letter and resume to Emmanuel Lutheran Church.  Email address is sandymartynski@gmail.com .


      Contact:
      Sandy Martynski
      920-833-2316
      sandymartynski@gmail.com



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      Part Time Organist
      (6/29/2015)

      Messiah Lutheran Church, Minneapolis 2400 Park Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404

      Messiah is looking for a part-time (two Sundays each month) organist for its 9:00am traditional worship service--a service that uses traditional Lutheran hymns and liturgy.  The organist will also accompany the Messiah Singers, a very small vocal chorale, in the Fall through Spring.  Call or email to express interest. 

      Part-time, Students welcome to apply!
      Application Deadline: until filled


      Contact:
      Pr Louise Britts
      612-871-8831
      PrLouise@messiahmpls.org



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      Evening Childcare/Youth Worker/Teaching Assistant
      (6/23/2015)

      We are looking for individuals with experience working with children:  toddlers (16 months) to school-age (8th graders).  This is a temporary position through Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Family Engagement and Community Partnerships.

      Hourly pay Rate: $11.50/hour
      Hours available: 4 hours maximum per class (various classes available) 
      Hours worked: 5:00pm -- 8:30pm (approximate)
      Possible days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and/or Friday
      (you may work one, two, three, four or all evenings!)
      Position: Temporary Childcare staff (Children's Learning Academy)
      Duration: September 2015-June 2016 (applications accepted on a rolling basis)

      Job duties:

      • To be actively engaged with children's learning and activities.
      • Provide a structured environment with academic focus to promote learning.
      • Provide and ensure the safety of children and staff.
      • Provide a safe, warm and welcoming environment for parents and families.
      • Maintain accurate child check-in/out system with parents/guardians.

      Requirements:

      • Age 18 or older
      • Reliable transportation
      • Experience working with children ages toddler (16 months) to school-age (8th graders) in a structured school or childcare setting
      • Complete all required new hire paperwork (including background check) and media release.
      • Complete mandatory in-person orientation and training
      • Preferred certification in infant/child CPR and first aid training
      • Preferred experience with lesson planning, special needs students, and students with behavioral concerns
      • Preferred language skills in Hmong, Somali, Karen or Spanish.

      There are positions available throughout the 2015-2016 school year.


      Contact:
      Colleen Mackey
      651-334-7530
      colleen.mackey@spps.org



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      Worship Team Leader
      (6/15/2015)

      The Worship Team Leader shall be responsible for building a team and providing dynamic music leadership for the 11am worship service (acoustic traditional style) and Wednesday evening DRIVE worship services (youth-focused worship) during the months of September through May. 


      REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION

      SPIRITUAL

      • Profess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
      • Full engagement in active Christian lifestyle and discipline, including weekly worship attendance, small group participation, lifestyle of tithing and generosity and serving out of call and giftedness
      • Commitment to personal spiritual growth and healthy lifestyle
      • Considers the position a ministry calling, not simply a job
      • Is in full alignment with/support of the vision of Rosemount UMC
      • Models standards and expectations of Christian leadership, including positivity and professionalism

      EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

      • Minimum of Bachelor's degree preferred
      • Passion for and ability to create, implement and evaluate team of volunteers
      • Understand and adhere to Safe Sanctuary policies, training provided
      • Exhibit confidentiality and ethical behavior

      LEADERSHIP SKILLS

      • Ability to work in a team-based, strengths-based environment
      • Attention to detail, self-starter, commitment to excellence
      • Excellent musical leadership skills
      • Work as an agent of change, not a guardian of the status quo


      DESIRED OUTCOMES

      • Provide dynamic worship music leadership
      • Plan and lead weekly music team rehearsals
      • In collaboration with the pastors, select music for worship. Coordinate selections with the liturgical calendar, Rosemount UMC calendar, and pastor's sermon themes.
      • Recruit and develop team members
      • Create a sense of community/support within the music team
      • Arrange for substitute leader when needed.
      • Set growth goals annually. Performance review to be conducted annually with the Director of Worship Arts
      • As requested by the pastors, direct the music team for special services (ie, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.)


      OTHER INFORMATION

      • The successful candidate must be available Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, September through May
      • The successful candidate must be proficient on guitar and/or piano and be able to read music
      • United Methodist background is not required but the successful candidate must be in agreement with the standards, theology, and policies of The United Methodist Church
      • The successful candidate will bi-annual Worship Team Leader Meetings

        Applications should include a cover letter and resume


      Contact:
      Tami Luckhardt
      6514232475
      tluckhardt@rosemountumc.org



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      Assisting an elderly person
      (6/5/2015)

      My 100-year-old aunt living at Lyngblomsten Home, 2.5 miles from campus, needs occasional assistance, particularly on weekends.  Salary


      Contact:
      Michael Rogness
      651.646.2610
      mrogness@luthersem.edu



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      Contemporary Music Ministry Director
      (2/19/2015)

      Servant of Christ Lutheran Church in Champlin, MN is seeking a candidate to fill the half time position of Contemporary Music Ministry Director. 

      If interested contact Pastor Eric Walbolt for more information. To find out more about Servant of Christ click here:http://servantofchrist.com/


      Contact:
      Eric Walbolt
      (763) 427-5070
      Pastorhook@servantofchrist.com



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      Summer Site Director Internship
      (10/31/2014)

      City Camp, and urban day camp run through the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania is seeking student interns to function as Site Directors for either a basic contract of 6 weeks (June 15th-July 26th 2015) or 8 weeks (June 15th- Aug 8th 2015). 

      JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

      To further the ministry of City Camp through the development and delivery of activities and
      programs. Deliver program activities that are safe, fun, and appropriate to the campers' age
      and abilities. Assist the Camp Director in the management of the overall camp operation.

      One-Time Duties

      • Helps plan and lead staff training.
      • Trains volunteers at assigned day camp site.
      • Assists Camp Director in evaluation of camp staff and
        programming.
      • Works with parish contacts to implement registration, check-in, and check-out procedures for campers.


      Daily Duties

      • Works with Camp Director and day camp team to plan and
        implement camp programming.
      • Implements all curriculum (lessons, schedules, etc.) as provided by the Camp Director.
      • Implements crisis and risk management procedures.
      • Ensures the following of all City Camp and Safe Church policies and guidelines.
      • Sets a good example for fellow staff, campers, and other
        community members in areas of professionalism and ministry.
      • Develops and maintains healthy relationships with fellow team members, campers, parents, parish contacts, volunteers, and the host community.
      • Provides hospitality as needed for visitors and guests.
      • Leads team meetings with assigned day camp team.
      • Supervises and manages day camp staff; alerts Camp Director to any issues or needs of team.
      • Assists Counselors and Junior Counselors with behavior
        management.
      • Performs other duties as assigned by the Site Director and Camp Director, for the good of the ministry.
      • For staff living in residence: becomes an active part of the staff community, participating in all community functions and activities.


      Weekly Duties

      • Coordinates planning and implementation of large group
        activities (All-Camp, Chapel, Morning Rally, etc.)
      • Reports any supply or equipment needs to the Camp Director.
      • Reports any maintenance or facility work requests to the
        appropriate parish representative.
      • Attends leadership meetings with the Camp Director.


      Skills/Qualifications:

      • Age 21 or older
      • Hold a valid driver's license
      • Have a passion and heart for working with children and youth in an urban context.
      • Have experience working on camp staff or in youth ministry, with leadership experience preferred.
      • Must be sympathetic to basic Christian teachings and have a working knowledge of the Episcopal Church.
      • Flexibility to work in various locations and environments.
      • Organizational skills
      • Ability to creatively develop programs and activities.
      • Good character, judgement, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control.
      • Musical talent not required, but a plus.
      • Desire to learn and grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
      • Strong communication skills.
      • Have (or be willing to obtain) First aid/CPR certification.


      Physical Requirements:

      • Ability to stand, sit, and kneel for long periods of time.
      • Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid.
      • Ability to lift and carry at least 30 lbs.
      • Endurance to work irregular hours and long days while constantly providing care for and supervising campers.


      More information on the program can be found here: http://www.diopayouth.org/city-camp.html


      Contact:
      Victoria Hoppes
      215.776.5686
      victoriah@diopa.org



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      Worship Band Leader
      (4/25/2014)

      Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in East Bethel, MN is seeking Wed pm  Band Leader-10 hrs/week, Sept.-May for energetic, youth-oriented worship service. Recruit and coordinate band members, lead rehearsals, arrange music/write parts for musicians, choose worship music.

      Direct questions to Pastor Maria at 763-434-6117/ mpederson@oursaviourslc.org.


      Contact:
      Cindy Delmonico
      763-434-6117
      cindy@oursaviourslc.org



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      Full-Time Student Intern
      (6/19/2014)

      Community Presbyterian Church Grand Rapids, MN is looking for a full-time Student Intern

      Purpose: To joyfully and intentionally live out his or her Christian life in the full ministry of the church with emphasis in the areas of Youth, Children's Education, Deacons and Special Cares, and Visitor Outreach.

      Responsibilities:
      1. Coordinate and implement the Middle and High School Youth Ministry of the Church using the Youth Committee as a support system.
      2. Supervise and engage the Education Committee to coordinate and implement an integrated and effective Children's Education Ministry in the life of the church.
      3. Be the primary staff/Moderator for the Board of Deacons and Special Care needs of the church.
      4. Orchestrate the Visitor Outreach Program.
      5. Share in the leadership of worship services and preach at least once a month.  The person preaching will normally prepare the liturgy and develop the bulletin.
      6. Other job related duties as agreed upon by Head of Staff.

      Qualifications:
      1. Credentials which lead to ordination as a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA) with a vibrant and engaging faith.
      2. Have an open, person-oriented style of ministry and be able to relate to people of all ages.
      3. Have ability to communicate clearly and relate well to persons who reflect a wide variety of positions, theologically and socially.
      4. Have a positive attitude toward the Church and its future and enthusiasm about his or her work within the Church and the community.
      5. Administrative skills and an ability to work collegially with staff.

      Requirements:
      1. An 18-24 month commitment is preferred.
      2. Deadline for submission of cover letter and resume is June 11, 2014.

      Send cover letter and resume:
      Attention Pastor Kim Johnson
      Community Presbyterian Church
      703 N. Pokegama Ave
      Grand Rapids, MN 55744
      www.communitypresbyterianchurch.com


      Contact:
      Kim Johnson
      218-326-8515
      kim@communitypresbyterianchurch.com



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