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Work-Study Job Listings


Federal Work-Study (04) is a federally subsidized work program, which provides on-campus employment opportunities to eligible undergraduate and graduate students with financial need.  To be considered for this program, students must complete the FAFSA.   Some campus departments may hire students through the Campus Work Program (03).  This program works the same as the Federal Work Study Program except the FAFSA application is not necessary.
More information about the Work-Study Program and its policies can be found in the Student Employment Manual

Job Locations for the Fall semester





Job Title (or purpose of job):  Peer Mentor 

Department Name:  TRIO 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:  Student Support Services 
Job Location:  Strauss Hall 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  5 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.25 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Mystee Burrell/Jackie Moncrief 
Phone:  1095/1096 
Fax:  1089 
Email:  burrell@ulm.edu/moncrief@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Student Support Services (SSS) peer mentors are students who possess excellent leadership qualities and are interested in working with Student Support Service students. Peer mentors serve as role models for freshman and sophomore participants and promote academic excellence by encouraging mentee to attend class, participate in study groups & seminars, receive tutoring, etc.  Peer mentors provide a welcoming and supportive environment for all current and incoming SSS participants at ULM. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Mentor freshmen and sophomores 
Answer questions about the program 
Assist participants in adjusting to college life 
Assist with locating participants 
Model appropriate study skills and habits 
Assist with daily clerical duties as needed
Contact with mentees at least once a week (text, phone call,  email, or social media)
Face to face meetings with mentees once per month in both formal and informal settings
Advise mentees on prioritization, studying and planning, and general support for academics 
Serve on discussion panels to talk about their college experience
Other duties as prescribed 
Job Qualifications:  04 Student work status (see financial aid)
Full-time undergraduate (junior or senior) or graduate student at ULM in good academic standing
2.5 G.P.A. or higher 
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Good computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel
Good organizational skills
Must possess qualities of a positive role model
Talent Search or Upward Bound alumni preferred 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study 


 Job Title (or purpose of job):  FEHS Student Worker for Spring 2016 
Department Name:  Facilities and Environmental Health & Safety 
Name of Group or Unit within Department:   
Job Location:  Room 200 Physical Plant 
Flexible Scheduling?  Yes 
Number of Openings:  1 
Hourly Pay Rate:  7.50 
Supervisor Name & Title:  Peggy Moore, Administrative Assistant IV 
Phone:  342-3459 
Fax:  342-3465 
Email:  pmoore@ulm.edu 
Purpose of Job:  Assist in day-to-day monitoring of Facilities projects and Environmental Health & Safety requirements and issues, for Spring semester 2016 and beyond. 
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  Assist in maintaining and monitoring Facilities and EHS information, as well as general office duties including but not limited to answering phone, greeting guests, organization of records, data entry and other duties as assigned. 
Job Qualifications:  04 Federal Work-Study or Work-Study Honors Scholarship student preferred.  Prior office work experience; Toxicology or major in another area of health sciences major, or health background would be helpful; good communication and interpersonal skills; good computer skills including Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel and Access; good organizational skills; must be able to multi-task. 
Period:  Fall 2015 
Job Position:  04   Federal Work Study