What is Regular Student Employment?

Regular student employment (non-work-study) is not part of the financial aid package and is available to any student. There are very few regular student employment positions on campus.

Available Positions -University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Washington County Campus:

Parking Assistant

Qualifications:  Must be a UWM at Washington County student for the 2018/2019 academic year and the following next academic year.  Has to work outside, must be reliable, trustworthy, and work in any kind of weather.  At times must be able to work with difficult situations. This position will require the student to work outside monitoring the parking lots to make sure parking rules are enforced daily during morning and afternoon hours.  Possible other duties would be database entry. If you have questions, contact  Jennifer Doers.
Hours:  Will work with your school schedule.  Times needed are between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Friday.  Hours needed: 4 to 6 hours a week.
Pay:  $8.50/per hour.  Work study students preferred, but not required.

Student Ambassador

Job Description:  Responsible for assisting with campus tours, student panels, campus open houses, new student orientations and advising/registration sessions.
Preferred Skills:   Must have completed one semester at UWM at Washington County and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Hours Needed: Will vary, based on schedule. Flexible schedule is needed, with ability to assist with events during the school day, late afternoon and evenings.
Contact: Tima Guled, Student Life and Events Coordinator 
Phone: 262-335-5212     

Learning Commons Tutor

Subjects: Writing, Math, Chemistry, Physics & other academic disciplines as needed.
Job Description: Provide supplemental academic assistance to students, either through one-on-one or small group interactions and maintaining accurate records.  May also include some Desk Worker responsibilities.
Academic Requirements: Good academic standing.
Preferred Skills:  Good oral and written communication skills, reliable, and able to work independently. A desire to assist fellow students.
Recommendation: A written recommendation from a UWM at Washington County faculty member is required. 
Hours Needed: Based on student availability and Learning Center needs, (up to 10 hours per week).
Phone: 262-335-5206     

Student Union Staff

Job Description:  Check out equipment and monitor use of the Student Union and TV Lounge.  May also be asked to assist with poster making, compiling information packets and mailings while working. If all work is complete, students may study while working.
Preferred Skills:  May be required to discipline their peers and should be able to fairly handle all students using the Student Union or TV lounge. Must be reliable and on time.
Hours Needed: Will vary based on schedule (tentative hours 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday).
Contact: Tima Guled, Student Life and Events Coordinator
Phone: 262-335-5212