Work for Campus Center and Student Experiences

Campus Center and Student Experiences (CCSE), as a department, is always looking for enthusiastic and dependable students to continue the legacy of student leadership and management within all functional areas. Working for CCSE not only provides a flexible schedule, but also a dynamic environment in which to learn and enhance skills that will benefit you upon graduation.

Our student team members also enjoy:

  • Convenience of working on campus
  • Opportunity to develop transferrable skills
  • Networking opportunities
  • $10.15 per hour starting wage
  • Opportunity for promotion to management & specialist positions

IUPUI students interested in applying must complete our application. We accept applications continuously, although positions may not be currently available. When positions open up, individuals with applications on file will be contacted. Applications will be kept on file for no more than six (6) months.

CCSE employs over 60 students in a variety of roles and responsibilities:

  • Alternative Break Assistant (1)

    Summary:
    The goal of the Alternative Break Assistant is to be fully engaged in the planning and implementation of a
    quality Alternative Break Trip. This experience is designed to promote continued learning for both the leader and their
    trip participants while, at the same time, broadening individual leadership skills and perspectives.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Plan and implement an alternative spring break (ASB) trip. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
      • Select 1-3 social issues and contact 30-40 community organizations. Prioritize the top 3 possible sites and notify the AB staff advisor by November
      • Create a partnership with 1-2 community partners in one region/city for service work
      • Create a partnership with an organization willing to house an AB group for free or at low-cost
      • Manage a budget of $2,500 for a week-long venture for 12 individuals
      • Plan 4 educationally meaningful pre-trip education meetings for participants; this should include research on the social issues, the community partner(s), the local region, and similar social issues in Indianapolis.
      • Research and select a faculty advisor/content expert on the trip’s social issue
      • Collaborate with the faculty/staff trip advisor, who supports the trip leaders and goes on the spring break trip
      • Attend all mandatory meetings and events, including weekly meetings on Fridays 3pm-5pm
      • Participating actively in training sessions and reading handbooks and readings
      • Maintain ongoing and open communication with program personnel
      • Become a university certified driver (if eligible)
      • Participate in fundraising activities
      • Fulfill any other duties and obligations as given by the Coordinator

    Requirements:
    Previous attendance in the alternative break trip provided by the IUPUI Alternative Break Program (note: this
    does not include the immersion trips titled Indy Immersion or Freedom Rides)

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good
    standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment.
    Undergraduate candidates must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates must in enrolled in at
    least 3 credit hours.

    All Campus Center & Student Experiences employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse
    staff, and serving a diverse population of guests.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members will be schedule for a least 4 hours per week. Additional hours will be scheduled as
    needed, but no more than 6 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening
    on weekdays and weekends. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break, and spring break and over
    the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Civic Engagement

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

  • Audio Visual Event Technician

    Summary:
    Employees are responsible for setting up and controlling audio and video equipment and lighting for events primarily within, but not limited to, the Campus Center Theater and Multipurpose Room.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Maintain basic knowledge of technical equipment (computer, projector, live sound and lighting equipment)
    • Set-up, troubleshoot and control audio visual equipment including video projectors, sound equipment and lighting
    • Conduct AV 1:1 training sessions with Campus Center Team Members
    • Attend technical meetings with clients
    • Inspect equipment for damage, and communicate issues that need addressed
    • Respond to requests from Senior Coordinator for Facilities and Technical Services
    • Attend staff meetings, and individual training sessions
    • Follow directions, manage time and work independently
    • Other duties as assigned

    Requirements:

    • Previous experience with running sound and/or lighting for live events such as lectures, theater productions, concerts and other productions
    • Confidence and familiarity with setting up technology-related equipment
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • Strong work ethic with a great attention to details
    • Reliable personal transportation
    • Good time management skills
    • The physical ability to move and setup furniture (no more than 50 pounds) and technology equipment as needed.
    • Ability to climb and safely work from ladders (as tall as 12’) as needed.

    Qualifications:
    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment. Undergraduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team, and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Time commitment:
    Team members will be scheduled for at least 8 hours per week. Additional hours will be scheduled as needed, but no more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Team members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break, and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Senior Coordinator for Facilities and Technical Services

    Compensation:
    $11/hour

    To Apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including a professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the Senior Coordinator for Facilities and Technical Services at bfetter@iupui.edu.

  • Civic Engagement Assistants (3)

    Summary:
    Employees are responsible for supporting, sustaining, and implementing programs for civic engagement for
    the IUPUI community (e.g. education, voter registration drives, and interactive programs).

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Tabling around campus to spread the word about voter registration, voting rights, and voting responsibilities (e.g., polling location).
    • Reaching out to faculty, housing, and other student organizations for opportunities to present to such groups regarding voting and advocacy topics.
    • Collaborating with local government and advocacy organizations to educate our community about local political issues. 
    • Partnering with IUPUI organizations and local arts and humanities organizations to engage IUPUI students in political place-making events and programs.
    • Responding in a timely and professional manner to emails.
    • Other duties assigned as necessary.

    Requirements:

    • Basic knowledge of civic issues and processes
    • Ability to exhibit a non-partisan view about others’ political engagement.
    • Understanding of different experiences and cultures
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Experience in event planning
    • Strong work ethic with great attention to details
    • Good time management skills
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good
    standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment.
    Undergraduate candidates must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates must in enrolled in at
    least 3 credit hours.

    All Campus Center and Student Experiences employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse
    staff, and serving a diverse population of guests. Work-study eligible, preferred, not required.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members will be schedule for a least 8 hours per week. Additional hours will be scheduled as
    needed, but no more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and
    evening on weekdays and weekends. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break, and spring break
    and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Graduate Assistant for Leadership Development & Civic Engagement

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

  • CUBE Team Member

    Summary:
    CUBE team members provide information about student organizations and related policies and procedures; the Den and all associated policies and procedures; student activities programs and services; general Campus Center policies; campus events and the general IUPUI campus; and the surrounding Indianapolis community. They also manage the reservation, upkeep, and maintenance of the CUBE space. This position requires a great deal of interaction with clients and guests as well as the physical ability to complete furniture set-up and tear-down.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all guests and clients in the CUBE and in the Campus Center, including providing general information, directions, resource material and other assistance as requested and needed
    • Establish and maintain an understanding of the policies and procedures outlined in the Campus Center Building Manual and Campus Center Student Employee Manual
    • Maintain detailed knowledge of the services provided by student activities team, policies and procedures pertaining to student organizations and student organization events (registration, The Den, the Activity Form, etc.), general campus services, office locations, campus events and general campus information
    • Use available written and electronic resources to problem solve and provide customer service
    • Complete the set-up and tear-down of the CUBE lounge area as designated in the daily set-up worksheet
    • Communicate with other team members regarding the status of activity forms and pending actions needed
    • Assist with management of student organization mail, student activities email, attendance tracking equipment, and more
    • Complete all daily log forms, reports and other paper work throughout shift
    • Complete specific tasks related to opening and closing the facility
    • Maintain cleanliness of surrounding areas (desk, doors, furniture, kitchenette, etc.)
    • Assist with the implementation of emergency action plans in the instance of a drill or actual emergency
    • Attend all scheduled area team and all-team meetings (typically 4-6 meetings per semester), and training sessions (typically held the last two weekdays prior to the first day of class in the fall and spring semesters)
    • Provide assistance in other work areas as needed
    • Adhere to the established dress code (staff members are provided 2 shirts and a fleece jacket)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Previous customer service work experience, excellent customer service skills, excellent verbal communication skills, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, attention to details, reliable personal transportation, strong time management skills, strong interpersonal relationship skills and the physical ability to complete furniture set-up and tear-down are required. Previous experience using the Den and/or planning or registering student organization events is strongly preferred.

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment. Undergraduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team, and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members must work at least 10 hours per week and will not be scheduled for more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Staff members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Organizations

    Compensation:
    $10.15 per hour

    To apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including a professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the CUBE Manager at cubemgr@iupui.edu.

  • Event Services Assistant (TCEM students preferred)

    Summary:
    Team Members will assist with all aspects of the event management process and contact with clients hosting events in the Campus Center is required.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all guests and clients in the building
    • Establish and maintain an understanding of the policies and procedures outlined in the Campus Center Building Manual and the Campus Center Team Member Manual
    • Maintain detailed knowledge of the services provided by Campus Center tenants, general campus services, office locations, campus events and general campus information
    • Serve as a point of contact for both internal and external clients from beginning of the event to end of event
    • Understand how to effectively use the EMS scheduling software to schedule a wide range of meetings and events
    • Provide information and support to clients (student organizations, university departments, off-campus groups) to successfully plan and execute events using Campus Center resources
    • Assist with processing paperwork related to events (request forms, room confirmations, AV equipment needs, setup notes)
    • Coordinate the distribution, setup, and collection of table tents, window banners, easel displays, bulletin board postings
    • Assist with room furniture and technology setups for events, including locking and unlocking of rooms, turning on and setting up AV equipment
    • Work special events as special event point of contact
    • Work a weekly Operations shift to understand complete dynamics of event execution from beginning to end
    • Be involved with an IUPUI event planning student organization such as MPI or similar organization
    • Use available written and electronic resources to problem solve and provide customer service
    • Complete all daily log forms, reports and other paper workAssist with the implementation of emergency action plans in the instance of a drill or actual emergency
    • Attend all scheduled team and all-team meetings (typically 4-6 meetings per semester), and training sessions (typically one day-long session per semester)
    • Provide assistance in other work areas as needed
    • Adhere to the established dress code (team members are provided 2 shirts and a fleece jacket)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Requirements:
    Previous customer service related work and /or experience in event planning, excellent customer service skills, strong work ethic, strong attention to details, strong computer and data entry skills, reliable personal transportation, strong personal time management skills, and a physical ability to assist with furniture and technology setups, if needed. A friendly, helpful, patient and positive attitude are required. Candidates must be in good academic and judicial standing. TCEM students are highly preferred for these positions. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Prefer candidates with undergraduate work in Tourism, Convention, Event Management degree program.

    Time commitment:
    Team members must work at least 10 hours per week and will not be scheduled for more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Team members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Guest Services

    Compensation:
    $10.15 per hour

    To apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including a professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the Event Services Manager at esmgr@iupui.edu.

  • Game Room Team Members

    Summary:
    Game Room team members provide general supervision of the Game Room and TV Lounge spaces. They also assist with the planning and implementation of Game Room programs and events. This job is performed in a busy and sometimes noisy environment and requires a great deal of interaction with clients and guests. It also requires the physical ability to arrange/re-arrange furniture.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all guests and clients in the building
    • Establish and maintain an understanding of the policies and procedures outlined in the Campus Center Building Manual and the Campus Center Team Member Manual
    • Maintain detailed knowledge of the services provided by Campus Center tenants, general campus services, office locations, campus events and general campus information
    • Establish and maintain a mastery understanding of the equipment in the Game Room as well as rules and regulations for recreation tournaments
    • Enforce Game Room policies and procedures with all guests and visitors
    • Use available written and electronic resources to problem solve and provide customer service
    • Complete all necessary shift logs and forms associated with Game Room usage, equipment checkout, unclaimed ID cards, equipment inventory, maintenance issues and concerns
    • Assist with the planning and implementation of programs and events as assigned
    • Maintain a clean and organized Game Room, including cleaning tables, arranging chairs, dusting equipment, cleaning bulletin and dry erase boards and organizing games and office equipment
    • Maintain an organized TV Lounge, including collecting trays and arranging tables and chairsProvide customer access to Individual Multi-Use Rooms and ensure rooms are tidy and secured when customer departs
    • Provide secondary assistance with theater box office functionsAssist with building closing procedures
    • Assist with the implementation of emergency action plans in the instance of a drill or actual emergency
    • Attend all scheduled team and all-team meetings (typically 4-6 meetings per semester), and training sessions (typically one day-long session per semester)
    • Provide assistance in other work areas as needed
    • Adhere to the established dress code (team members are provided 2 shirts and a fleece jacket)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Previous customer service work experience, excellent customer service skills, strong work ethic, reliable personal transportation, strong time management skills, strong interpersonal relationship skills and the physical ability to arrange/re-arrange furniture are required. An interest in and experience with a variety of video and recreational games is preferred.

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment. Undergraduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team, and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members must work at least 10 hours per week and will not be scheduled for more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Team members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Programming

    Compensation:
    $10.15 per hour

    To Apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including and professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the Game Room Manager at gamemgr@iupui.edu.

  • Information Desk Team Member

    Summary:
    Information Desk team members provide information about the Campus Center and events taking place in the facility; building tenants and their services; campus events and the general IUPUI campus; and the surrounding Indianapolis community. They also manage the set-up and take-down of information tables and assist information table clients. This position requires a great deal of interaction with clients and guests and the physical ability to complete furniture set-up and tear-down.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all guests and clients in the building, including providing general information, directions, resource material and other assistance as requested and needed
    • Establish and maintain an understanding of the policies and procedures outlined in the Campus Center Building Manual and the Campus Center Team Member Manual
    • Maintain detailed knowledge of the services provided by Campus Center tenants, general campus services, office locations, campus events and general campus information
    • Use available written and electronic resources to problem solve and provide customer serviceComplete the set-up and tear-down of information tables as designated in the daily set-up worksheet
    • Communicate with other team members when clients arrive to have rooms opened
    • Assist with management of ID cards for individuals using the Individual Multi-Use Rooms
    • Complete all daily log forms, reports and other paper work throughout shift
    • Accept and record items turned in to the Information Desk Lost and Found
    • Complete specific tasks related to opening and closing the facility
    • Maintain cleanliness of surrounding areas (desk, doors, furniture, etc.)
    • Assist with the implementation of emergency action plans in the instance of a drill or actual emergency
    • Attend all scheduled team and all-team meetings (typically 4-6 meetings per semester), and training sessions (typically one day-long session per semester)
    • Provide assistance in other work areas as needed
    • Adhere to the established dress code (team members are provided 2 shirts and a fleece jacket)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Previous customer service work experience, excellent customer service skills, strong work ethic, great attention to details, reliable personal transportation, good time management skills and the physical ability to move and setup furniture and technology equipment on a daily basis are required.

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment. Undergraduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team, and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members must work at least 10 hours per week and will not be scheduled for more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Team members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Guest Services

    Compensation:
    $10.15 per hour

    To Apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including a professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the Information Desk Manager at infomgr@iupui.edu.

  • Operations Team Member

    Summary:
    Operations team members are responsible for setting up furniture and technology equipment for events in the Campus Center, and for general upkeep of the common areas of the building. This position requires the ability to lift, move furniture no more than 20 pounds and be in overall good physical condition. This position also includes the use of a variety of technology equipment for meetings and events.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all guests and clients in the building
    • Establish and maintain an understanding of the policies and procedures outlined in the Campus Center Building Manual and the Campus Center Team Member Manual
    • Maintain detailed knowledge of the services provided by Campus Center tenants, general campus services, office locations, campus events and general campus information
    • Perform room set-ups (room furniture and technology equipment) for events scheduled in Campus Center spaces:
    • Do furniture set-ups based on information provided in the daily set-up worksheet
    • Set up necessary technology equipment (screens, projectors, sound equipment)
    • Set up other resources (staging, easels, podiums)Unlock the meeting rooms and greet clients at arrival
    • Provide basic AV instruction to clients
    • Monitor each meeting room in use on an hourly basis
    • Complete periodic check-ins with clients with all-day events
    • Reset rooms after each event:
    • Turn off AV equipment, open blinds and put up screen
    • Reset furniture for the next event that day, or for events within two hours of opening the next morning; return unneeded furniture to appropriate storage rooms
    • Return portable AV equipment to appropriate storage rooms
    • Clean tables, arrange chairs, clean dry erase boards, remove trash and vacuum floors as needed
    • Lock the room when the reset is completed
    • Maintain facility by cleaning tables, cleaning microwave ovens, discarding trash and straightening chairs in the Citizens Commons and elsewhere in the building
    • Complete specific tasks related to opening and closing the facility
    • Complete regular inventory checks on all meeting room furniture and resources to check for any needed repairs and/or replacement
    • Complete one-on-one AV training with Senior Coordinator for Facilities and Technical Services, Operations Area Manager or Building Manager as needed
    • Assist with the implementation of emergency action plans in the instance of a drill or actual emergency
    • Attend all scheduled team and all-team meetings (typically 4-6 meetings per semester), and training sessions (typically one day-long session per semester)
    • Provide assistance in other work areas as needed
    • Adhere to the established dress code (team members are provided 2 shirts and a fleece jacket)
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    Previous customer service work experience, excellent customer service skills, strong work ethic, great attention to details, reliable personal transportation, good time management skills and the physical ability to move and setup furniture and technology equipment on a daily basis are required.

    Candidates must have at least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student) and be in judicial good standing at the time of application, and those hired must maintain this standing throughout the term of employment. Undergraduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, and graduate candidates and team members must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. All Campus Center team members must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse team, and serving a diverse population of clients and guests.

    Time Commitment:
    Team members must work at least 10 hours per week and will not be scheduled for more than 25 hours per week. A variety of work hours are available during the morning, day, and evening on weekdays and weekends, whenever the Campus Center facility is open. Team members may also occasionally be assigned to work at late-night events. Work hours are also available during fall break, semester break and spring break and over the summer.

    Direct Supervision:
    Assistant Director of Operations

    Compensation:
    $10.15 per hour

    To Apply:
    Applications will only be accepted via the online application on the Campus Center website (http://go.iu.edu/192y). Submit the complete online application, including a professional résumé. A personal interview, check of two work-related references and a criminal background check must be completed before a hiring decision will be made. For questions about the position and/or the application process contact the Operations Manager at opsmgr@iupui.edu.

  • Gallery and Promotions Team Member: Brand Specialist

    Summary:
    The Brand Specialist coordinates promotion strategy and ensures cohesion among team and department efforts. They also provide overall supervision of and support for the Cultural Arts Gallery and Cultural Arts Gallery II.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Promotions Responsibilities
      • Coordinate strategy and develop creative briefs to guide all promotional efforts
      • Develop and implement methods for gaining input and feedback including focus groups, interviews, and surveys
      • Research and define target audiences for promotional efforts
      • Coordinate and communicate design requests with Multimedia Production Center (MPC)
      • Adhere to the CCSE brand identity and strategy, IUPUI Division of Student Affairs social media and style guides, and IU Communications guidelines
      • Engage in collaborative brainstorming with the rest of the team on promotions aspects
    • Cultural Arts Gallery Responsibilities
      • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all Gallery guests
      • Provide information about current exhibits, upcoming exhibits, general building information, directions, resource material, and other assistance as requested and needed
      • Assist with exhibit setup and tear down for CAG and CAG II
      • Help maintain the safety of all artwork while on exhibit
      • Complete all daily log forms and report to the Area Manager as needed
    • General CCSE Responsibilities
      • Maintain an understanding of the Campus Center Policy Manual and the Campus Center Student Team Member Manual
      • Understand the services provided by CCSE, building tenants, general campus services, office locations, and campus events
      • Support and staff CCSE programs as needed
      • Attend all team meetings and scheduled training sessions
      • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Major in communication, marketing, business, art, psychology, or a Herron School of Art & Design student; preferred
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Commitment to collaboration
    • Ability to embrace a growth mindset
    • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to multi-task and set priorities within tight timelines
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • At least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student)
    • In good judicial standing at time of application and throughout term of employment
    • Undergraduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and graduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours.
    • All Campus Center employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse staff, and serving a diverse population of clients and guest.

    Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week.

    • Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. Team members will split shifts to staff the gallery during these times.
    • Promotions responsibilities may extend beyond gallery hours. Opportunities to work beyond gallery hours will be communicated in advance.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions and Campus Center Curator

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

    To apply:
    Complete and submit the online application (http://campuscenter.iupui.edu/employment), including a résumé and list of references. A criminal background check, personal interview, and checks of two professional references will be completed before a hiring decision is made. For questions about the position and/or the application process, contact Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions Kristin Kreher at kkreher@iupui.edu.

  • Gallery and Promotions Team Member: Photography and Videography Specialist

    Summary:
    The Photography and Videography Specialist captures and edits photos and videos to tell stories, to convey feelings, and to engage students with departmental programs and initiatives. They also provide overall supervision of and support for the Cultural Arts Gallery and Cultural Arts Gallery II.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Promotions Responsibilities
      • Use the Campus Center and Student Experiences camera to take photographs and record videos of departmental programs and initiatives
      • Edit and prepare photos in alignment with promotion plans
      • Write, direct, and produce videos in alignment with promotion plans
      • Optimize content for a variety of media as requested
      • Adhere to the CCSE brand identity and strategy, IUPUI Division of Student Affairs social media and style guides, and IU Communications guidelines
      • Engage in collaborative brainstorming with the rest of the team on promotions aspects
    • Cultural Arts Gallery Responsibilities
      • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all Gallery guests
      • Provide information about current exhibits, upcoming exhibits, general building information, directions, resource material, and other assistance as requested and needed
      • Assist with exhibit setup and tear down for CAG and CAG II
      • Help maintain the safety of all artwork while on exhibit
      • Complete all daily log forms and report to the Area Manager as needed
    • General CCSE Responsibilities
      • Maintain an understanding of the Campus Center Policy Manual and the Campus Center Student Team Member Manual
      • Understand the services provided by CCSE, building tenants, general campus services, office locations, and campus events
      • Support and staff CCSE programs as needed
      • Attend all team meetings and scheduled training sessions
      • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Herron School of Art & Design student; preferred
    • Experience working with a DSLR camera for both photography and videography purposes
    • Knowledge of photo and video editing programs, specifically within the Adobe Creative Suite
    • Flexibility to attend a variety of programs and events
    • Creativity in regard to photo composition, framing, color, and light
    • Commitment to collaboration
    • Ability to embrace a growth mindset
    • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to multi-task and set priorities within tight timelines
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • At least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student)
    • In good judicial standing at time of application and throughout term of employment
    • Undergraduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and graduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours.
    • All Campus Center employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse staff, and serving a diverse population of clients and guest.

    Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week.

    • Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. Team members will split shifts to staff the gallery during these times.
    • Promotions responsibilities may extend beyond gallery hours. Opportunities to work beyond gallery hours will be communicated in advance.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions and Campus Center Curator

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

    To apply: Complete and submit the online application (http://campuscenter.iupui.edu/employment), including a résumé and list of references. A criminal background check, personal interview, and checks of two professional references will be completed before a hiring decision is made. For questions about the position and/or the application process, contact Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions Kristin Kreher at kkreher@iupui.edu

  • Gallery and Promotions Team Member: Social Media Specialist

    Summary:
    The Social Media Specialist manages and measures departmental social media accounts in collaboration with staff members to engage students, to ensure high quality, and to maintain consistent messaging. They also support the operations for the Cultural Arts Gallery and Cultural Arts Gallery II.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Promotions Responsibilities
      • Coordinate content production and publishing on department social media accounts in collaboration with professional staff members
      • Develop content calendars guided by strategy to ensure a robust, cohesive, and consistent social media presence for department entities
      • Identify best practices for social media usage through proactive research on strategies for reaching college students and on the purposes and functions of various platforms
      • Anticipate, plan for, and capitalize upon social media trends
      • Create and cultivate communities by engaging IUPUI students through discussions on social media platforms
      • Review social media analytics to guide content creation and scheduling
      • Submit monthly social media analytic reports to Area Manager and Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions
      • Use social media management systems such as Hootsuite and TweetDeck
      • Adhere to the CCSE brand identity and strategy, IUPUI Division of Student Affairs social media and style guides, and IU Communications guidelines
      • Engage in collaborative brainstorming with the rest of the team on promotions aspects
    • Cultural Arts Gallery Responsibilities
      • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all Gallery guests
      • Provide information about current exhibits, upcoming exhibits, general building information, directions, resource material, and other assistance as requested and needed
      • Assist with exhibit setup and tear down for CAG and CAG II
      • Help maintain the safety of all artwork while on exhibit
      • Complete all daily log forms and report to the Area Manager as needed
    • General CCSE Responsibilities
    • Maintain an understanding of the Student Team Member Manual and Campus Center Policy Manual
    • Understand the services provided by CCSE, building tenants, general campus services, office locations, and campus events
    • Support and staff CCSE programs as needed
    • Attend all team meetings and scheduled training sessions
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Major in communication, marketing, business, art, or a related field; preferred
    • Thorough understanding of social media platforms and management systems
    • Creativity in regard to strategy development, copywriting, and visual design
    • Commitment to collaboration
    • Ability to embrace a growth mindset
    • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to multi-task and set priorities within tight timelines
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • At least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student)
    • In good judicial standing at time of application and throughout term of employment
    • Undergraduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and graduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours.
    • All Campus Center employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse staff, and serving a diverse population of clients and guest.

    Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week.

    • Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. Team members will split shifts to staff the gallery during these times.
    • Promotions responsibilities may extend beyond gallery hours. Obligations and opportunities to work beyond gallery hours will be communicated in advance.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions and Campus Center Curator

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

    To apply:
    Complete and submit the online application (http://campuscenter.iupui.edu/employment), including a résumé and list of references. A criminal background check, personal interview, and checks of two professional references will be completed before a hiring decision is made. For questions about the position and/or the application process, contact Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions Kristin Kreher at kkreher@iupui.edu

  • Gallery and Promotions Team Member: Web Specialist

    Summary:
    The Web Specialist manages department webpages to engage and inform students. They also provide overall supervision of and support for the Cultural Arts Gallery and Cultural Arts Gallery II.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Promotions Responsibilities
      • Manage content aspects of CCSE web pages including writing, editing, proofreading, and content publishing
      • Develop and maintain a consistent voice for all web pages
      • Support the roll-out of a new website
      • Optimize web content for mobile viewing
      • Compile, analyze, and apply web analytics to maximize effectiveness
      • Submit synthesized reports of analytics to Area Manager and Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions
      • Adhere to the CCSE brand identity and strategy, IUPUI Division of Student Affairs social media and style guides, and IU Communications guidelines
      • Engage in collaborative brainstorming with the rest of the team on promotions aspects
    • Cultural Arts Gallery Responsibilities
      • Provide friendly and courteous customer service to all Gallery guests
      • Provide information about current exhibits, upcoming exhibits, general building information, directions, resource material, and other assistance as requested and needed
      • Assist with exhibit setup and tear down for CAG and CAG II
      • Help maintain the safety of all artwork while on exhibit
      • Complete all daily log forms and report to the Area Manager as needed
    • General CCSE Responsibilities
      • Maintain an understanding of the Campus Center Policy Manual and the Campus Center Student Team Member Manual
      • Understand the services provided by CCSE, building tenants, general campus services, office locations, and campus events
      • Support and staff CCSE programs as needed
      • Attend all team meetings and scheduled training sessions
      • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Experience working with web content management systems
    • Thorough understanding of best practices for web writing and standards, web design, web content management, search engine optimization, and familiarity with HTML and CSS
    • Commitment to collaboration
    • Ability to embrace a growth mindset
    • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to multi-task and set priorities within tight timelines
    • Excellent customer service skills
    • At least a 2.0 cumulative IUPUI GPA (or be a first-semester student)
    • In good judicial standing at time of application and throughout term of employment
    • Undergraduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and graduate candidates and staff must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours.
    • All Campus Center employees must have a commitment and interest in working with a diverse staff, and serving a diverse population of clients and guest.

    Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week.

    • Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. Team members will split shifts to staff the gallery during these times.
    • Promotions responsibilities may extend beyond gallery hours. Opportunities to work beyond gallery hours will be communicated in advance.

    Direct Supervision:
    Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions and Campus Center Curator

    Compensation:
    $10.15/hour

    To apply:
    Complete and submit the online application (http://campuscenter.iupui.edu/employment), including a résumé and list of references. A criminal background check, personal interview, and checks of two professional references will be completed before a hiring decision is made. For questions about the position and/or the application process, contact Coordinator for Student Programs and Promotions Kristin Kreher at kkreher@iupui.edu

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