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Desk Attendant

 

Public Safety

Beginning in Fall 2021

The Desk Attendant (DAs) position is a part-time student position in the Wentworth's Institute of Technology's Department of Public Safety.  DAs enhance safety and security, provide quality customer service, enforce Wentworth Institute of Technology policies, secures and maintains accurate records, screens and monitors all individuals entering the residence hall's main entry points, and refers residents and guests to the appropriate Housing & Residential Life and Department of Public Safety staff.  DAs will be assigned to one of the university's six residence hall security desks on campus.  DAs will utilize DTS Tech Spot's Resident Hall Security Check-In application to screen and process all student residents and guests.  Shifts will be available seven days a week from 6pm to 12am.  However, times of employment may vary.  DAs will be directly supervised by the on-duty police sergeant or officer-in-charge (OIC).  Training will be provided by Department of Public Safety and/or DTS Tech Spot Staff.

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage is $13.50/hour

For more information, please contact Patricia Polvani at polvanip@wit.edu.

Office Assistant

Cooperative Education and Career Development

Beginning Spring 2022

Responsibilities:

Provide assistance at reception area to all visitors: employers, faculty, students and alumni.  Greets guests, help them to register their appointments via a swipe system or add them manually.  Let Advisors know when appointments have arrived.  Help students to schedule appointments.  Assist employers with there needs during their on-campus visits.  Assist staff with projects and errands.

Qualifications:

Excellent communication skills: listening, speaking.  Critical thinking skills: easily understand what is being requested to appropriately respond to needs.  Advanced skills using Microsoft Word, Excel.  Ability to juggle multiple requests and to proactively seek work during slower times.

  • Wage: $14.25/hour
  • Type of Work Study: Federal/WIT Work Study 

For job inquiries and resume submission, please contact Kristen Eckman

Leopard Line Student Caller

Office of Annual Giving

Wentworth Leopard Line is hiring for the Spring Semester, and we want you to be part of our team!

$14 / HOUR, JOB OPENING FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER

Do you enjoy talking about the projects you are working on and your time at Wentworth? If so, work for Wentworth's student calling program, the Leopard Line! We offer evening and weekend hours around your academic schedule.

Students call alumni, parents, and friends of the University to talk about about the amazing things happening at Wentworth and to ask them to make their annual contribution to Wentworth. Callers earn competitive wages ($14 an hour), raise donations, learn valuable skills and an opportunity to build their resume, network with alumni, and win prizes throughout the semester.

Federal Work Study and Leopard Work-eligible students are accepted.  Interested students can apply to be a Leopard Line Caller at: alumni.wit.edu/studentcaller.

The application deadline is quickly approaching! Apply to be a Leopard Line Student Caller before Thursday, December 16th at alumni.wit.edu/studentcaller. 

For more information, contact Katie DePrimo, Senior Director of Annual Giving & Alumni Relations.

Lab Assistant - Dobbs 202

Department of Electrical Engineering

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Act as class monitor, 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 with setup of equipment for faculty.
  • Prepare various experiment packs for the courses.
  • General lab maintenance as required by immediate Supervisor.
  • General office duties may be required.

Qualifications:

  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Doreen Cialdea

OGE Front Desk Coordinator

Office of Graduate Education (OGE)

The student will work under the supervision of the Dean of Graduate Education to maintain the front desk and coordinate graduate student engagement activities such as: 

  • Recruitment efforts by providing campus tours on a need-basis
  • Graduate Education office coordination
  • Answering phone and guiding prospective candidates through various offices at the University

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 presence.
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only - 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 Work Study
  • Wage: ​$13.50/$13.75 per hour

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

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: Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $14.00/hr

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

Lab Assistant

Construction Management Program - School of Management

Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to instructors
  • Distribution of equipment
  • Set up lab materials and equipment
  • General lab housekeeping
  • Inventory
  • Special Projects

Qualifications:

  • Must be a student in the School of Management
  • Construction Management Students Preferred
  • Federal Work Study/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50 - $14.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor: Mike D'Agostino

Student Ambassador

Student Life

Responsibilities:

  • Student Ambassadors have several roles, including staffing the Info Hub, assisting in the Commuter Study room and at the Office for Student Life.  This role focuses primarily on providing customer assistance with information, ticket sales, directions, answering calls and email inquiries, as well as managing room reservations, distributing T-passes, assigning lockers, and other departmental services.

Qualifications:

  • Punctuality and reliability are key components of the job.  Students must have a positive attitude, strong attention to detail, and be friendly and polite.  All roles with Student Life require Work Study funding for the semester.
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

To apply, please submit the Student Life Ambassador application

For additional questions, please contact studentlife@wit.edu or call 617-989-4702.

Lab Assistant I

Department of Electrical Engineering

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Qualifications:

  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

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

Lab Assistant II

Department of Electrical Engineering

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Act as 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. 
  • Assist in setup of equipment for faculty. 
  • Close lab daily, shut off and secure all equipment/computers. 
  • General lab maintenance as required by immediate Supervisor. 
  • General office duties such as photocopying may be required.

Qualifications:

  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

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

Lab Assistant III

Department of Electrical Engineering

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • To check equipment in/out and answer questions as 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.

Qualifications:

  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

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

Sales Associate

Bookstore

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Sales Associates at the Wentworth Bookstore perform a variety of tasks that include, but are not limited to, ringing sales at a cash register.
  • Maintaining store cleanliness and organization.
  • Fulfilling orders, filing paperwork, and providing information to customers.

Qualifications:

  • No prior experience or education required.  All applicants must be 18 years of ago or older.
  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

For job inquiries, please contact Supervisor: Amanda Carkin

Games/Events Worker

Athletics

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Assists with running home games for all sports.
  • Responsibilities vary from score-keeping to retrieving balls and other equipment
  • Supplying water
  • Other help as needed during games
  • All training will be provided

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For Job inquiries and application, please contact Susan Walley

SOE Office Assistant

School of Engineering

Beginning Fall 2021

Join the School of Engineering Dean's Office team this year!  Our office is looking to hire several students to staff our front office during the day and assist with general office tasks.  Students from any major are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities:

  • Greeting visitors to the office space (Rubenstein 203) and connecting them with the appropriate contacts within the School
  • Graphic design for posters, events, and presentations for the School of Engineering
  • Reconciling expenses and credit card reports
  • Collecting the mail and managing office supplies

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For inquiries or to apply, please contact Supervisor Alexandra Guiz.  Please include:

  • A brief statement of interest in the role
  • Resume and contact information
  • Class Schedule and M-F availability 9 am - 4:30 pm

Office Assistant

Department of Human Resources

Beginning Fall 2021

The Human Resources Work Study employee performs a wide variety of office tasks while maintaining a high level of confidentiality.

Responsibilities:

  • Scan documents and made photocopies.
  • Label, file and organize records.
  • Open, date, organize and distribute mail.
  • Maintain confidentiality of records and personnel issues.
  • Assist with mass mailings.
  • Type labels and prepare miscellaneous correspondence.
  • Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
  • General office duties may be required.

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Must sign confidentiality agreement
  • Attention to detail is imperative
  • Previous office-related skills preferred

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Melanie DeSantis at desantism@wit.edu.

Marketing Assistant

Office of Marketing & Communications

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Social Media Manager, the Marketing Assistant will assist with capturing and promoting activities and events around campus.  Tasks include, but not limited to:

  • Taking photography at events such as club events, student presentations such as end of term showcases, classroom/lab activities, Accelerate activities, athletic events, and general campus photography
  • Taking video of campus events/activities
  • Collecting student and club profiles to share on social media
  • Collecting important news about faculty and students such as achievements, awards, or other noteworthy news
  • Assisting in planning social media campaigns such as Why Wentworth?
  • Assisting with creating graphics for social media
  • This position could also assist in managing the Wentworth Youtube channel

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Eric Roe

Social Media Analytics Assistant

Office of Marketing & Communications

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Social Media Manager, the Social Media Analytics Assistant will aid in the social media strategy for Wentworth through analyzing our current social media engagement.  Our social media channels include Tasks include, but not limited to:

  • Assist in compiling monthly social media data in an Excel document including using data to create charts
  • Tracking engagement for each post across social media channels; noting which posts are performing well on what platforms
  • Track and report on data to inform what time of day is best for posting
  • This position could also assist in managing the Wentworth Youtube channel

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Eric Roe

Qualitative Marketing Research Assistant

Office of Marketing & Communications

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Marketing & Communications, the Qualitative Marketing Research Assistant will work to conduct research and create process that will be used by the MarCom team moving forward.

  • Create a scalable, easy-to-use process that would be implemented by team
  • Process would include recruitment of people to take part in surveys and other research

Qualifications:

  • Federal/WIT Work Study only
  • Wage: $13.50/hour

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Eric Roe

Tele-Counselor

Office of Admissions

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

This position will require making evening calls between the hours of 4:30 pm - 6: 30 pm, Monday- Thursday (possible Fridays - depending on the call load).  The most important aspect of the positions is to make calls reaching out to students throughout their admissions process from the beginning of their search to the day they arrive on campus.  Tele-Counselors act as a liaison between the university and prospective students, marketing the benefits of a Wentworth education.  Representing all areas of our student body, tele-counselors recruit the next generation of Wentworth students by communicating with prospective students by phone and play a vital role in the Admissions Office's efforts to meet our recruitment goals.  Additionally, Tele-Counselors will assist with special projects in the Admissions Office, as well as Admissions related events like Open House and Accepted Students Day.

Qualifications:

Admissions is looking for students who possess strong verbal and written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and most importantly take pride in the opportunity to represent Wentworth.

  • Time Commitment: 4-6 hours a week
  • Work Shifts: 2-3, two hour shifts per week
  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Loretta Stephens-Smith, Lead Enrollment Operations Specialist

Admissions Operations Assistant

Office of Admissions

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

The Admissions Operations Assistant will assist the Admissions Office with all activities related to the recruitment and enrollment of new students.  Daily tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Entering prospective student inquiry information
  • Data cleanup
  • Indexing admissions materials
  • Assisting with office mailings
  • Assembling admissions materials
  • Helping with front desk tasks (phones, walk-ins, emails, etc.)

Qualifications:

Admissions is looking for students who have strong organizational skills, highly detail-oriented, dependable, good verbal and written skills, commitment to core values of helpfulness and ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Time Commitment: 6-7 hours a week
  • Work Shifts: Vary depending on student's schedule
  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor Loretta Stephens-Smith, Lead Enrollment Operations Specialist

Desk Worker

Center for Wellness

Beginning Fall 2021

Responsibilities:

  • Students cover Center for Wellness front desk during lunch and other possible shifts.
  • Responsible for answering phones, greeting visitors, and alerting staff members to client arrivals and crises

Qualifications:

  • Students must sign confidentiality agreement
  • Maintain a high level of professionalism due to the sensitive nature of our office
  • Wage: $13.50/hour
  • Federal/WIT Work Study only

For job inquiries and application, please contact Supervisor William Phillips at phillipsw2@wit.edu