Under the direction of the Sr. Director of the Center for Career Education, the Student Employment Intern will oversee processes and procedures for the student employment program on and off campus. The Intern will advise employers on the recruitment and employment process, monitor and manage job postings through College Central Network and other databases for the student employment and work study programs, and assist freshmen and sophomores with resume development.
Additionally, the Student Employment Intern will manage social media outlets for the department. This includes promoting and publicizing opportunities, events and articles on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
This is a part-time position compensated by a monthly stipend. On-campus housing and utilities provided.
Applicants should email a professional message with an attached resume or CV and a list of three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Submit application materials Tonya Nations, Sr. Director of Millsaps College Center for Career Education at email@example.com. Only candidates chosen by the committee for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Eligibility for employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background screening. Millsaps College is a selective, nationally ranked, privately supported liberal arts college founded by members of the Methodist Church in 1890. A member of the Associated Colleges of the South ACS and NITLE, Millsaps has an NCATE accredited education program and is one of only eight colleges in the nation with both a Phi Beta Kappa chapter and an AACSB accredited MBA program. The College occupies an attractive 100-acre residential campus in the heart of Jackson, the capital of the state and its political, financial, legal, medical, and cultural center. It is located across from a major medical center and several blocks from a state park and natural science museum. Millsaps College is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.