On campus positions will connect you with a large network of faculty, staff, and students interested in your academic success. In addition, your University employer will put your student needs before their work needs. You are a student first and will never be asked to choose between your job and class attendance. To be eligible to participate in the student employment programs at Southeast Missouri State University, students must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program. Students are limited to working a maximum of 20 hours per week. However, during summer and breaks, students may be eligible for additional hours, based on the approval of their supervisor.
Offered semester-to-semester basis. Contact Leah McAlister at 651.2755.
The Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts, River Campus Summer Arts Festival 2017 is now seeking qualified individuals in all areas of Technical Theatre Production for the 2017 season. Positions include but are not limited to stage management, audio, lighting, costumes & wardrobe, properties acquisition, scenic artistry, carpentry, running crew, and general technicians. This season will include three live performances; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Greater Tuna, and Dear Edwina Jr. plus the 2017 Summer Arts Festival. The festival company activities start on May 23rd and go through June 30th.
For full consideration please send completed application, cover letter and current resume as soon as possible but no later than February 15, 2017.
Positions can be applied for on Red Hawk Jobs http://redhawkjobs.com/
Interested students should contact the department Administrative Assistant at 651.2141. Preference given to Music students who are familiar with reading music and instrument maintenance.
Preference given to Theatre or Dance student. Description of skills needed and how to apply will be shared during Rehearsal & Production classes or by contacting the department Administrative Assistant at 651.2149.
More information and applications located at the Museum Front Desk located in the Cultural Arts Center at River Campus.