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Rend Lake College is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Rend Lake College does not discriminate in any of its policies on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or any other status protected by law.
Questions about Title IX or Disability Access may be directed to [email protected] or [email protected], respectively.
 

Marketing & Communications Student Worker

What You Need To Know

Student employment is available to students enrolled at least half-time, with priority given to full-time students.

The Financial Aid Office administers both the Federal Work-Study and the Institutional Work-Study program.  

Process for student employment:

1. Complete the FAFSA 

2. Complete the Rend Lake College Student Employment Application 

3. Provide Human Resources with Driver’s License, Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, and Bank Direct Deposit information

4. Enroll in BUSI 1202 Employability Skills during the semester you are hired. The class is free and you'll earn one credit hour.

Job Description

  • Rend Lake College is accepting applications for on campus employment as a Student Worker.  Student Worker applications will be open to all departments seeking student workers.  While duties will vary from department to department, duties could include copying, filing, compiling packets, answering telephones, mowing, yard work, trash duty, and running errands.  Hours will be assigned around class schedules and will not exceed 20 hours per week during the academic year and not more than 24 hours during the summer semester.  

Qualifications

  • To meet student worker eligibility requirements, a student must be enrolled in classes at Rend Lake College and must complete an annual FAFSA.

Salary & Benefits

  • Minimum wage

How to Apply

The Financial Aid Office administers both the Federal Work-Study and the Institutional Work-Study program. To apply for student employment, students must complete the FAFSA form and a Rend Lake College Student Employment Application. Student employment is available to students enrolled at least half-time, with priority given to full-time students.


Rend Lake College does not discriminate in any of its policies on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or any other status protected by law.

Questions about Title IX or Disability Access may be directed to [email protected] or [email protected], respectively. EEO / Affirmative Action employer.

The college's Marketing & Communications department is seeking a reliable and organized individual to be its next student worker.

Essential functions include:

  1. Manage communication with prospective students using phone, email, text and customer relationship management tool 
  2. Manage display boards and marquee on all campuses
  3. Complete basic edits of existing promotional materials in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign
  4. Process in-house print projects such as flyers, business cards, and small posters 
  5. Run errands and send/pick up mail
  6. Manage various small marketing campaigns 
  7. Answer M&C phone lines, and take & deliver messages 

Maximum hours per week: 20 during fall & spring semesters; 24 during summer semester

Reports to: Marketing & Communications Staff

Requirements & How To Apply

Student employment is available to students enrolled at least half-time, with priority given to full-time students.

The Financial Aid Office administers both the Federal Work-Study and the Institutional Work-Study program.  

Process for student employment:

1. Complete the FAFSA 

2. Complete the Rend Lake College Student Employment Application 

3. Provide Human Resources with Driver’s License, Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, and Bank Direct Deposit information

4. Enroll in BUSI 1202 Employability Skills during the semester you are hired. The class is free and you'll earn one credit hour.

Job Description

  • Rend Lake College is accepting applications for on campus employment as a Student Worker.  Student Worker applications will be open to all departments seeking student workers. While duties will vary from department to department, duties could include copying, filing, compiling packets, answering telephones, mowing, yard work, trash duty, and running errands.  Hours will be assigned around class schedules and will not exceed 20 hours per week during the academic year and not more than 24 hours during the summer semester.  

Qualifications

  • To meet student worker eligibility requirements, a student must be enrolled in classes at Rend Lake College and must complete an annual FAFSA.

Salary & Benefits

  • Minimum wage

How to Apply

The Financial Aid Office administers both the Federal Work-Study and the Institutional Work-Study program. To apply for student employment, students must complete the FAFSA form and a Rend Lake College Student Employment Application. Student employment is available to students enrolled at least half-time, with priority given to full-time students.

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Rend Lake College does not discriminate in any of its policies on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or any other status protected by law.

Questions about Title IX or Disability Access may be directed to [email protected] or [email protected], respectively. EEO / Affirmative Action employer.

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