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Student Employment

College Work-Study

The College Work-Study Program provides on-campus jobs for students who have applied for financial aid and demonstrated financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay educational expenses. Students awarded College Work-Study must maintain a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0. Students who have been awarded College Work-Study will be notified of this award via the Financial Aid Award Notice. The student's Award Notice will include specific information on how to apply for a Work-Study position. Job postings will be available online after July 1 for the upcoming academic year. Students are not guaranteed a job. You must interview with potential employers before you are hired. Students who do not secure a job will have their Work-Study award cancelled. Work-Study funds are limited and students should apply early to maximize their opportunity to receive College Work-Study as a part of his/her financial aid ‘package’.  Students must adhere to the CWS Student Employee Guidelines; failure to do so will result in termination of the College Work-Study position.

Regular Work-Study positions pay $7.75/hour and American Reads positions pay $9.00/hour. Students are paid on a bi-monthly basis for time worked. The pay periods end on the 15th and the end of each month. MSU students are encouraged to sign up for Direct Deposit to receive your paychecks; contact the MSU Payroll Office (940:397-4222) for complete details. Students, with their supervisors, are responsible for monitoring the hours worked with regard to the amount of Work-Study awarded. Completion of the timesheet is the responsibility of the student. Timesheets are to be submitted ONLINE by 5 p.m. on the business day after the pay period ends, as scheduled by the Work-Study coordinator and/or hiring department (or earlier, if scheduled holidays fall within the month). Timesheets MUST be submitted online by the student and approved by the supervisor. Students will not be paid until the following month's payroll if timesheets are submitted late! 

NOTE THESE IMPORTANT DATES!
Student and Hourly Timesheets are due by 5:00 P.M. on the dates indicated on the Semi-Monthly Due and Pay Dates tab.  Student and Hourly Timesheets received after the due date will be processed in the subsequent payroll period

WEB TIME ENTRY NOW AVAILABLE FOR CWS STUDENTS!
CWS students will submit bi-monthly timesheets via Web Time Entry in lieu of paper timesheets!  Click here for complete details.

Questions regarding College Work Study? Email Sara Connolly.

NON College Work-Study

Questions regarding regular NON College Work-study Employment? Interested students should contact the MSU Career Management Center at 940:397-4473, located in room 108 of the Clark Student Center for additional information.  Additionally, the Career Management Center offers the Mustangs HIRE job announcement system (http://www.mwsu.edu/career/mustangshire).

The following job postings have been approved for students who have been awarded Federal/State College Work Study funds as part of his/her overall financial aid packageThis information will be updated as jobs become available.


Department:
America Reads Program
Hours Per Week:
15-20
Hourly Rate:
$9.00
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
Work as a reading tutor, within the elementary schools in the Wichita Falls Independent School District, under the guidance of school principal and/or teaching staff. Must pass a background check by WFISD. School assignments made by WFISD administrative staff, but student preference will be considered. This position will begin in September. MUST HAVE OWN TRANSPORTATION TO GET TO ASSIGNED SCHOOL. MUST BE AVAILABLE BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND 3 P.M. FOR TUTORING.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Sara Connolly
Financial Aid Office
Hardin South, Room 102
940-397-4214
Department:
Athletics-Football
Hours Per Week:
15-20
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
Student Assistant needed to film, upload, and prepare cameras for football practices
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Richard Renner
Athletics-Football
West Campus Annex
940-397-940-867-8691
Department:
Biology
Hours Per Week:
10-15
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
Greenhouse caretaker- responsible for maintaining the health of the plants, maintaining the appearance of the greenhouse, recording each day's activities on the computer log, some tasks may include but are not limited to watering plants repotting, root cutting, planting seeds, wash and store used pots, sweep floor daily, spray all plants with insecticidal solution, etc.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Dr. William Cook
Biology
Bolin, Room 218
940-397-4192
Department:
Biology
Hours Per Week:
10
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
Lab Assistant: student will be responsible for cleaning glassware in BO 235, Dr. Magaly Rincon-Zachary's lab. must be able to follow directions and be able to work with others. There will be other job duties specified by the professor as needed.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Kathy Everett
Biology
Bolin, Room 218
940-397-4163
Department:
Clark Student Center
Hours Per Week:
20
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019
Job Description:
Assist Facilities' personnel with minor upkeep and maintenance including emptying common area trash bins, sweeping/vacuuming, and other general cleanliness responsibilities. Position hours needed are 12-2:30 M-F; 10 pm-midnight; interested students with any availability during those days and times should apply.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Cynthia Cummings
Clark Student Center
Clark Student Center, Room 121
940-397-4224
Department:
English, Humanities, and Philosophy
Hours Per Week:
up to 19
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019
Job Description:
Answer phones/take messages, make copies, distribute mail, file paperwork, deliver and pickup paperwork as needed, perform other clerical duties as needed. Will provide detailed duties when students apply.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Pam Marshall
English, Humanities, and Philosophy
BW 216
940-397-4300
Department:
Facility Services
Hours Per Week:
19
Hourly Rate:
$7.75
Enrollment Period:
Fall and Spring 2019-2020
Job Description:
Perform general maintenance duties to include: replacing door locks, caulking, patching sheetrock holes and painting. Perform electrical duties to include: replacing light bulbs and cleaning fixtures. Perform plumbing duties to include: Replace garbage disposals, ice makers as well as Assisting the Maintenance Technician in replacing and repair leaking pipes for both indoor and outdoor, replacing and repair toilets together with pulling old fixtures and setting new ones, also to include unstopping toilets and drain lines as well as replacing and repairing faucet fixtures. Perform HVAC duties to include: Replacing air filters or assisting the Maintenance Technician in servicing or troubleshooting for the repair and replace any component or equipment failure. Customer service: includes professional, prompt and courteous correspondence with students/staff when completing maintenance services, and with contracted vendors that provide additional facility services. This job will require regular attendance as we work around your class schedule. Work hours are 19 per week during school session and 29 per week when school isnt in session. Must be able to lift 50lbs and at times does consist of some heavy lifting, at times more than 50 LBS. Must be able to work when school isnt in session and some weekends which you will have prior notification. Cell phones are for emergency use only while working due to safety. Perform other maintenance duties as requested.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Mike Chisum
Facility Services

940-397-6677
Department:
MOSAIC
Hours Per Week:
10-20
Hourly Rate:
$8.00
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 and Summer 2020
Job Description:
Looking for S.T.A.N.D. Coordinators to work 10 to 20 hours a week. S.T.A.N.D. (Students Taking Action in the Name of Diversity) Coordinators are provided a number of opportunities to plan exciting programs and events that make a difference in the community through our S.T.A.N.D. Councils (Cross-Cultural Council, Asian Student Council, Black Student Council, International Student Council, Latinx Student Council, LGBTQA Student Council, Women's Student Council) . Candidates need to exhibit a strong work ethic, be enthusiastic about diversity and developing cultural competence, experience working in an office setting, be proactive and ready to take on various responsibilities. Please contact us to complete our Employment Application.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Dr. Syreeta Greene
MOSAIC
Bea Wood, Room 131
940-397-4947
Department:
MOSAIC
Hours Per Week:
10-20
Hourly Rate:
$8.50
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 and Summer 2020
Job Description:
Research Assistant-responsible for assisting on various research projects including, but not limited to, MSU Campus Climate assessment and academic performance gaps. Looking for students who are interested in research, as well as issues such as diversity, equity, and inclusion. Preferred majors: sociology, social work, humanities
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Dr. Syreeta Greene
MOSAIC
Bea Wood, Room 131
940-397-4947
Department:
MOSAIC
Hours Per Week:
10-20
Hourly Rate:
$8.00
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 and Summer 2020
Job Description:
Outreach and Social Media Specialist- responsible for maintaining the office's social media, as well as designing promotional materials for the office's programs and events.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Dr. Syreeta Greene
MOSAIC
Bea Wood, Room 131
940-397-4947
Department:
Office of Undergraduate Research
Hours Per Week:
15-20
Hourly Rate:
$10.00
Enrollment Period:
Summer 2019 and Fall 2019
Job Description:
Job Description: Duties general office clerical tasks that include typing, scanning, shredding, and organizing, delivering and picking up mail. The candidate should have a solid working knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, graphic design, and photography. The candidate must be willing to learn new skills, be self-motivated, have good communication skills, and enthusiastic about learning. The candidate will be required to assist during events that pertain to the programs EURECA and UGROW such as the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forums, Posters on the Go, meetings, and workshops.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Dr. Magaly Rincon-Zachary
Office of Undergraduate Research
Clark Student Center Rm 161
940-397-6274
Department:
Southside Youth Senter
Hours Per Week:
20
Hourly Rate:
$8.00
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
After-School Program Counselor: After-School Program Counselors work directly with elementary school-age children. They actively lead, direct and participate in all scheduled activities. After-School Program Counselors are responsible for maintaining a safe supervised setting for children that is both meaningful and beneficial. Understanding and enforcing rules and policies is key to good order and discipline at the Southside Youth Senter (SYS). After-School Program Counselor is a part-time position from 3:00pm to 6:00pm Monday through Friday. The job entails driving a "route" to pick-up elementary school-age children, assist during meal time, supervise children, and oversee scheduled activities. Due to vehicle insurance requirements, candidates must be 21 years of age and are subject to a background check, drug testing, and MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE. REQUIREMENTS: -Experience with childcare or youth programs is strongly desired -An interest is physical education, recreation or related field is preferred -Possess knowledge of childhood development and current education methods -Be methodical and creative -Exhibit patience, flexibility and love for children -Possess strong communication and time management skills -Hold or actively seek certification in first aid and CPR -Hold or actively seek certification as a food handler MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: -Have a high school diploma -At least 21 years of age -All candidates will be subject to a background check, drug testing, and MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Sara Connolly
Financial Aid
Hardin South, Room 102
940-397-4214
Department:
Sports Assistant
Hours Per Week:
20
Hourly Rate:
$10.00
Enrollment Period:
Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
Job Description:
The Sports Assistant is responsible for assisting the Sports Director Sports with the sports program. Responsibilities - Effectively communicate the mission, vision and values of Southside Youth Senter - Play a strong leadership role in the Southside Youth Senter Community Support Campaign. - Foster positive relationships with staff, members and volunteers. - Help train staff in areas of responsibility. - Provide on-going leadership, professional guidance and development to staff. - Development and management of sports budget. - Ensure high quality programs through innovative program development, audits and evaluation. - Provide direction on overall participation growth in all leagues. - Guide staff on providing a safe and clean program environment/area. - Communicate regularly and effectively with staff, Coaches, Officials and Parents - Maintain complete familiarity of all risk management procedures and policies for department areas and the overall branch. -Provide coverage and leadership for program at a variety of times (evenings and weekends). - The sports assistant attends all scheduled games. - The sports assistant will be responsible for keeping the books during games as well as maintaining a safe and fun environment for everyone in the gym. - The sports assistant is responsible for all concession stand operations which includes: - Inventory Control: Replenish Inventory stock on hand and purchasing inventory when needed. - Cash Control: -- Daily Balance Sheet -- Change Orders -- Deposit money to Sports Director - Report any equipment malfunctions and needed repairs to Sports Director. -All other duties assigned. Disclaimer The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Present your completed "Work-Study Notice", as instructed in your award notice to the following contact:
Sara Connolly
Financial Aid
Hardin South
940-397-4214