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Student Assistant

Department: Athletic Communications
Hours: Hours Vary
Contact: Cory Blackson
phone: 344-3672
Requirements: Able to work nights and weekends.
Description: * Helps director of athletic communication prepare post game recaps and feature stores. * Helps update the TMC athletic website. * Compile game statistics for selected athletic events. * Handle public address and webcast broadcast for selected events.

Athletic Event Worker

Department: Athletics
Hours: Hours vary
Contact: Jeremy Martin
phone: 859-344-3673
Requirements: Only requirement is being a student at Thomas More
Description: I am looking for workers to fill positions at athletic events such as ticket takers, scoreboard operators, concession workers, ball retrievers (for soccer and volleyball), etc. Working an event includes set-up and take-down of the event. If you need work-study hours, please come see me in the Connor Center. My office is to the right of the lobby (coming in) in the back.

Front Desk

Department: Athletics
Hours: Saturdays in October 9am - 8pm
Contact: Jeff Hetzer
phone: x-3532
Requirements: good academic standing
Description: Sitting at the Front Desk of the CCC and checking for proper ID for those entering the gym.

Student Services Representative

Department: Bursar and Registrar
Hours: Varying work hours, two semester commitment required
Contact: Leslie Bauer or Michelle Vezina
phone: 859-344-4066 or 859-344-3380
Requirements: Customer service skills a must, confidentiality extremely important, math skills necessary, ability to multitask.
Description: The Offices of the Bursar and Registrar need someone who will be able to answer phones, handle routine questions, compile spreadsheets, enter data accurately into computer system, print transcripts, file and scan documents, process payments and other miscellaneous tasks. Confidentiality is a must!!! Good communication skills are a plus, as well as, math and/or simple accounting skills. Work with faculty, staff, and students. Email resume to and .

Office Assistant

Department: Business Administration
Hours: 10 hours per week
Contact: Dr. Penny Braboy
phone: 859-344-3362
Description: - Office tasks at the direction of the Chair, Vice-chair, and administrative assistant - Excellent keyboarding skills - Excellent Microsoft Office skills: Word, PowerPoint, Excel - Excellent organizational skills - Complies with ethics and confidentiality requirements of the College and department

Service Learning Intern

Department: Children, Inc. (Off Campus)
Hours: 10-12 hours per week
Contact: Beth Niemann
phone: 859-431-2075 x237
Description: As an intern, students will be given the opportunity to expand their skills and abilities with the following job responsibilities: 1. Writing stories for the monthly electronic newsletter. 2. Updating the website with photos, articles, resources, and service learning projects. 3. Locating resources for specific projects in the planning stages. 4. Develop and convey a deep knowledge of service learning methodology and practice. 5. Develop professional network of education and business partners within service learning. 6. Co-serving 2-3 schools in the Initiative as a service learning assistant. 7. Participate in celebrations and events as part of this Initiative. 8. Resource Library – build a catalogue system for existing materials and assist in building a comprehensive resource/lending library for professional use by our staff and our network of service learning practitioners.

Office assistant

Department: Communications
Hours: 5-10 hours
Contact: Michele Geiger
phone: 859-344-3664
Requirements: Excellent computer skills, must be able to work with online classes, social media, and be familiar with Apple products
Description: Working with three faculty who teach online courses, student will be responsible for creating online quizzes, posting videos and slide shows, creating, correcting, and checking all online course content.

Marketing/Communications Student Worker

Department: Communications and Public Relations
Hours: Vary, two semester commitment preferred
Contact: Elizabeth Champ
phone: 859-344-3344
Requirements: • Firm grasp of social media platforms and tools, will train right individual • Previous related experience in marketing or public relations is a plus • Proficient in Internet and Microsoft Office based applications • Understanding of the basic principles of advertising, public relations and/or marketing is a plus • Ability to communicate in a professional manner
Description: Primary Job Functions: • Responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of marketing, communications, and public relations initiatives. This is an excellent opportunity to develop, maintain and expand marketing methodologies. • Update, maintain, track, and report analytics on social media platforms using HootSuite and other software or applications. • Post marketing and college events to social media platforms. • Perform still and video photography of college events, editing experience a plus. • Writing articles for College publications.

After School Assistant

Department: Community & Family Engagement
Hours: 3-6pm M-F, some weekends
Contact: Jennifer Kessel
phone: 859.816.1023
Requirements: Positive, friendly, energetic attitude. Must maintain good attendance. Experience in providing student-focused programming. Experience in after school programming preferred.
Description: • Program Assistant at Latonia Elementary will provide educational and enrichment activities for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Program Assistant will support the goals and objectives of the community learning center site, including the district-wide community learning center initiative of transforming schools into centers of community. • Maintain a safe and orderly environment. • Implement student discipline policy. • Attend required professional development throughout the year. • Be familiar with and implement policies and procedures. • Provide a positive place for children to come during out-of-school time hours. • Provide academic and/or enrichment activities for children to assist with meeting state testing goals. • Personally supervise children at all times to ensure safety. • Create and set-up activities as directed. • Provide proper record keeping as instructed. • Maintain a calm, patient and professional demeanor with students, families and staff. • Carry out other job related tasks as directed by site coordinator.

Event Planner Work Study

Department: IA - Alumni Engagement
Hours: 10 hours per week
Contact: Leisa Mulcahy
phone: 859-344-3346
Requirements: •Highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint •Excellent oral and written communication skills •Good phone skills •Able to set priorities, meet deadlines, multi-task •Design and marketing a plus •Customer service centered
Description: •Prepare for and help to execute TMC events that occur monthly, annually and biannually •Assist in coordination of marketing for all events •Prepare and distribute meeting minutes for all departmental event committee meetings •Maintain and manage event checklists •Develop and create electronic communication using Bloomerang. •Track and manage financial results of all events •Other duties as assigned

IA Work Study

Department: Institutional Advancement
Hours: 10
Contact: Elizabeth Champ
phone: 3344
Requirements: Basic knowledge of Computer Programs Preferred - Word & Excel, phone skills, able to work 10 hours a week.
Description: Work Study position available in the Office of Institutional Advancement for ten hours a week. General office work to include: answering phones, filing, data entry, copying, and other duties as assigned. General knowledge of Word and Excel computer programs preferred. Able to work independently and demonstrate initiative. Please e-mail your resume to

Office Assistant

Department: Office of the President
Hours: 10 per week
Contact: Charlene Barlow
phone: 859-344-3348
Requirements: Confidentiality a must; basic knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook; attention to details; professional manner; appropriate office attire; ability to work independently;
Description: Clerical tasks such as Outlook entry, filing, handling mail, typing projects, on campus errands. Office tasks assigned at direction of the President and Executive Assistant.

Health and Counseling Work Study

Department: Student Affairs
Hours: 10
Contact: Tammy Schatzman
phone: 859-344-3529
Requirements: At least one year experience as a college student preferred, creative, proficient in Microsoft office, excel, organized
Description: Duties include: creating flyers/posters/advertisements for student health and counseling events. Assist with organizing and staffing of department events as well as maintaining department bulletin boards. Other duties include filing, copying, running errands, performing internet research and other duties as requested such as social media.

TAP Work Study

Department: TAP/CAPE
Hours: 15 hours per week
Contact: Amy Thalls
phone: 859-344-3304
Requirements: Detail-oriented; able to process information in a confidential manner
Description: Position will require data entry, paperwork filing, and greeting students.

Student Worker

Department: VPAA/Dean of the College
Hours: 2pm - 4pm, M-F
Contact: Elizabeth Hoh
phone: ext. 3375
Requirements: Confidentiality is required. Customer service skills, basic computer skills, attention to detail, good organizational skills, dependable, personable/friendly, responsible, timely. Must be able to work independently.
Description: Work Study position available in the Office of the VPAA/Dean of the College for 10 hours a week, M- F, 2pm – 4pm. Confidentiality is a must! General office work to include: greeting and assisting visitors to our office, answering phones, filing, copying, scanning, and other duties as assigned. Please e-mail your resume to

Student Worker

Department: Writing Center
Hours: varies
Contact: Julie Daoud
phone: 859.344.3383
Requirements: excellent writing skills, is patient in interactions with peers, and is conversant with APA format.
Description: The Writing Center has a position available for 1-6 hours per week, beginning with the start of the Spring semester in January. All inquiries should be directed to Julie Daoud.