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Tour Guide

Job Number: 497080

Department: Admission

Location: Oxford, OH


Help the Office of Admission recruit the best and brightest students to become future Miami RedHawks!

The Miami Student Distribution Manager

Job Number: 497066

Department: Oxford Student Organizations

Location: Oxford, OH


Distribute The Miami Student accurately and on-time to on- and off-campus locations in Oxford.

Student Associate

Job Number: 497071

Department: University Communications and Marketing

Location: Oxford, OH


Utilize a combination of analytical skills, techniques, and statistical methods to assist our Marketing & Brand Analytics team. You’ll analyze marketing data, campaign metrics, analyze changes in KPIs, research customer experience, and assist in other ad hoc analyses. Analyze data sets using various statistical methods to identify patterns within data, gain insight into performance, and identify opportunities to improve data quality. Leverages current information sources including databases, data and process, business requirements and other processes to research and resolve issues.

Student Assistant for Research with Dr. Wang G03404

Job Number: 497053

Department: Chemical, Paper & Biomedical Engineering

Location: Oxford, OH


Work assignments are completed under close supervision of Dr. Wang in his research lab. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures.

Student Master 1 Undergrad

Job Number: 496719

Department: Anthropology

Location: Oxford, OH


Work performed is highly complex and requires extensive training (either coursework or in-house departmental training). Work is done independently of supervision.

Student Assistant

Job Number: 497054

Department: VP of Information Technology Services

Location: Oxford, OH


Work with the Network Infrastructure Services Team in support of network improvements and maintenance, documentation, and troubleshooting. Work assignments are completed under close supervision. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures. Minimal training or prior knowledge of work is required.

2021-2022 Academic Year Resident Assistant

Job Number: 497046

Department: Residence Life

Location: Oxford, OH


Resident Assistants (RAs) are full-time enrolled students who assist the Office of Residence Life in fostering growth and engaging in academic success, effective community engagement, intrapersonal development and cultural competency. Through the creation of community, facilitation of events, and development of relationships during intentional one-on-one conversations, resident assistants provide opportunities for students to become citizen leaders within their community. RAs will participate in ongoing professional development related to policies, procedures, philosophy and learning outcomes established by the Office of Residence Life.

Student Assistant

Job Number: 497051

Department: Regl Libraries - Middletown Campus

Location: Middletown, OH


This posting is for the Gardner-Harvey Library on the Middletown Campus.

Assistive Technology Student Master I

Job Number: 497041

Department: VP of Information Technology Services

Location: Oxford, OH


Work performed is highly complex and requires extensive training (either coursework or in-house departmental training). Work is done independently of supervision. For Academic and Administrative Assistance settings, the student must: Engage in web authoring, JAVA, SQL, Basic C++, and create databases using various software packages. Provide support for divisional/departmental services. Provide supervisory functions including, but not limited to, scheduling, determining training needs, preparing training materials, and conducting training sessions. Demonstrate evidence of advanced technical and customer support leadership, skills in mentoring, training, expert management, and intermediate business. For University Police setting, the student must: Serve as public safety dispatcher, emergency response coordinator, and handle confidential information.

Student Assistant

Job Number: 496982

Department: Regl Campuses Central - Middletown Campus

Location: Middletown, OH


Work assignments are completed under close supervision. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures. Minimal training or prior knowledge of work is required.

TLC - Peer Mentor

Job Number: 496989

Department: Regl Student Services - Middletown Campus

Location: Middletown, OH


Work assignments are completed under close supervision. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures.

TLC-MUH- Peer Mentor

Job Number: 496991

Department: Regl Student Services - Hamilton Campus

Location: Hamilton, OH


Peer Mentors will be required to take the EDT 310 Training course. They will be helping other students with basic college skills.procedures.

Personal Trainer Student

Job Number: 497007

Department: Recreational Sports Center

Location: Oxford, OH


Personal trainers for Miami University are hired to assess, design, and supervise exercise programs for Recreational Center patrons. Trainers must have an appropriate understanding of the principles of human physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, and kinesiology in order to effectively design programs that are safe and compatible with the body's function, design, and patron's goals/concerns.

Group Fitness Instructor * Student

Job Number: 497009

Department: Recreational Sports Center

Location: Oxford, OH


Responsibilities are to instruct scheduled group fitness classes to a variety of populations with the safety and well-being of patrons always first priority, including answering or directing patron questions and concerns, as well as maintaining upkeep and cleanliness of the group fitness equipment.

Student Assistant

Job Number: 497010

Department: University Communications and Marketing

Location: Oxford, OH


Work assignments are completed under close supervision. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures.

Family Science & Social Work - Student Master 2 Grad

Job Number: 497008

Department: Family Science & Social Work

Location: Oxford, OH


Grad Student Worker will be expected to assist with research based data entry, analyze and evaluate data gathering, devise methods for collecting data such as survey questionnaires and opinion polls working accurately and independently with discretion and little supervision.

One Stop Student Associate

Job Number: 496990

Department: One Stop Services

Location: Oxford, OH


Work assignments require limited direction and supervision. Experience or specialized knowledge in the area required. Ability to provide training or tutorial consultation for employees or students. Assist faculty in planning or producing instructional materials. Work directly with management in technical tasks.

Student Assistant

Job Number: 496984

Department: Housing Dining Recreation & Business Services

Location: Oxford, OH


Armstrong/Emporium is looking for applicants who are interested in working 3rd shift. $9.50 starting wage, opportunities for promotion, early move-in opportunities and a possible $300 bonus per semester!

Student Assistant - Residence Life

Job Number: 496965

Department: Residence Life

Location: Oxford, OH


Work assignments are completed under close supervision. Procedures are well established. Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures.

2020-2021 Spring Resident Assistant

Job Number: 496922

Department: Residence Life

Location: Oxford, OH


Resident Assistants (RAs) are full-time enrolled students who assist the Office of Residence Life in fostering growth and engaging in academic success, effective community engagement, intrapersonal development and cultural competency. Through the creation of community, facilitation of events, and development of relationships during intentional one-on-one conversations, resident assistants provide opportunities for students to become citizen leaders within their community. RAs will participate in ongoing professional development related to policies, procedures, philosophy and learning outcomes established by the Office of Residence Life.