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Graduate Education Initiative Coordinator

Office of the Dean of Graduate Education

The student will work under the supervision of the Dean of Graduate Education to assist with a specific graduate education initiative that advances graduate education at the university.  

  • Recruitment efforts by providing campus tours
  • Graduate Education office coordination
  • Publicity / Social Media / Faculty, Student & Alumni News  

This position will be approximately 8-10 hours a week.

Qualifications

  1. Social Media savviness
  2. Great attitude, people person and a lot of Wentworth pride
  3. Great communication skills
  • Job will require on-campus and off-campus presence. Times for on-campus can be negotiated.
  • Wage is $13.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Durga Suresh-Menon

​Lab Assistant

Department of Mechanical Engineering

​Various positions in Mechanical labs:

  • Manufacturing Center
  • Strengths
  • Fluids
  • Data Acquisition
  • Print
  • Thermo
  • Projects
  • Material Science

Qualifications

  1.  ​Willing to learn hands-on skills.
  • Type of Work: On Campus / FWS or WIT Works
  • Wage: ​$13.50/$13.75 per hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: ​Herb Connors

Guest Services Coordinator

Fitness and Recreation

Guest Services Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the oversight of the fitness facilities and programs on campus. 

Duties include:

  • Checking in of participants 
  • enforcing policies and procedures
  • cleaning
  • others duties as assigned.

Qualifications

None

  • Type of Work: On-Campus / Federal Work Study
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Michael Williams

Lab Assistant I

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Act as class monitor, check equipment in/out and answer questions when needed. Cut/strip wire for the department and make cables such as Banana and Alligators. Assist in repair of broken equipment such as Breadboards or the moving of equipment if required. Assist in setup of equipment for faculty. Close lab daily, shut off all equipment/computers. General lab maintenance as required by immediate supervisor. General office duties such as photocopying may be required.

  • Type of Work: On-Campus / Federal Work Study
  • Wage: $13.50/hr

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Yi Zou

Lab Assistant II

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Act as a class monitor, check equipment in/out and answer questions when needed. Prepare various experiment packs for the courses. Assist in repair of broken equipment such as breadboards or the moving of equipment if required. Also assist in setup of equipment for faculty. Close lab daily, which is to shut off and secure equipment. General lab maintenance as directed by immediate supervisor. General office duties such as photocopying may be required.

  • Type of Work: On-Campus / Federal Work Study
  • Wage: $13.50/hr

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Yi Zou

Lab Assistant III

Electrical & Computer Engineering

To check equipment in/out and answer questions when needed. Assist in repair of broken equipment such as breadboards or the moving of equipment if required. Assist in setup of equipment for faculty. General lab maintenance as directed by immediate supervisor.

  • Type of Work: On-Campus / Federal Work Study
  • Wage: $13.50/hr

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Yi Zou

Library Student Assistant

Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons

This position provides circulation services to members of the Wentworth community during Library hours.

During the Spring of 2021, the Library will be operating under new procedures based on the Massachusetts Workplace Safety Standards for Libraries and recommendations from the CDC, in an attempt to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 infection to our users and workers. Accordingly, Library Student Assistants will be expected to perform new tasks and comply with safety protocols in addition to the typical job responsibilities as outlined in the section below. For example, Library Student Assistants may be asked to enforce Library occupancy levels and to remind Library users to wear masks, wipe down study areas, and refrain from eating/drinking. Library Student Assistants will be expected to wear a mask at all times during their shifts and maintain personal hygiene (e.g., hand washing) according to established protocols; they will also be furnished with additional PPE (e.g., gloves, face shields) appropriate to the task being performed.

Responsibilities

  • Provides circulation services including: charging and discharging of Library items, retrieving and shelving Library items, and performing opening and/or closing duties under the supervision of a Library staff member
  • Answers basic questions about Library services, materials, and spaces
  • Performs stacks maintenance tasks including: shelving, shelf-reading, shifting, and other special projects as assigned
  • Assists patrons with equipment such as computers, printers, scanners, and other technology
  • Represents the Library to patrons in a friendly and professional manner
  • Performs other duties or projects as needed

Expectations

  • Shifts are assigned on a semesterly basis; Library Student Assistants are required to attend all assigned shifts.
  • Missed shifts are only acceptable for family & medical emergencies; other reasons should be communicated to and approved by a staff supervisor in advance.
  • Some Student Assistants are assigned to work opening, closing, and weekend shifts; those who work these shifts will be given priority in scheduling.

Qualifications

Required:

  • Current enrollment at WIT
  • Commitment to providing excellent customer service
  • Ability and willingness to learn Library procedures and systems

Preferred:

  • Work study funding
  • Familiarity with and enthusiasm for working with technology
  • Some work may require the ability to work independently for stretches of time
  • Type of Work: On-Campus / Both Federal Work Study and Leopardwork
  • Wage: $13.50/hr

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Patrick W. Sanders

How to Apply

Complete our online application

Learning Assistant for MATH 2500

Applied Mathematics

Support student learning in Differential Equations classrooms.

Qualification: B+ or higher in MATH 2500 or MATH 2750.

  • Type of Work:  Remote / Hybrid - Federal Work Study
  • Wage: $14.00/hr

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Mami Wentworth