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All NNU students are eligible to apply for work on campus. Students are encouraged to apply for positions of interest by following the directions listed in each posting. Each student working on campus is required to do the following before starting any on-campus employment:

1. Complete an I-9 (citizenship) form and present acceptable documents at the NNU Switchboard.  You will want to plan ahead and bring the acceptable I-9 documents with you to NNU, in order to not delay your hiring process.   This procedure cannot be done by mail and must be completed within 3 days of being hired. 

2. Complete a W-4 Withholding form at the NNU Switchboard.

3. Complete the Student Employment Authorization form with the hiring department.

First-time students are encouraged to work no more than 15 hours per week at any job or combination of jobs on campus.  If you were hired to work 10 hours per week at the current minimum wage, you could earn approximately $2,200 over the academic year.

POSITION

Technical Assistant (Crew) 

Looking for work this coming semester? 

Like being involved in most events on campus? 

Have a technical mind set and willing to learn new technology in the events setup world?

 Maybe Conferences and Events is for you. We are involved in Chapel, Boise Philharmonic, outdoor and indoor events and so much more through out the year. If you want to be part of the CAN DO TEAM.  Check us out! 

-Assists with Event set-up, operations, and strike

-Perform lighting and sound design for smaller events

-Serve as sound and lighting engineer at events

-Move tables, chairs, and other equipment as directed

-Assist with venue preparation and clean-up as necessary

-Must be available to work some evenings and weekends

SALARY/BENEFITS

Range: $7.25 to $8.00/hr.

EMPLOYER

NNU Conferences and Events

TO APPLY

Please submit resume and introduction letter to Rick Strater, Technical and Artistic Director - rkstrader(at)nnu.edu.

CLOSES

On-going opportunities

POSITION

Help Desk Technical Assistant 

DESCRIPTION

The TMR Technical Assistants are the first point of contact for students, staff and faculty seeking technical assistance for campus technology issues.  For a detailed job description, required skills/qualifications and download an application, click here.

BUSINESS/EMPLOYER

NNU Technology and Media Resources

APPLICATION PROCESS

After completing the application, please return to:

Margie Watson

Technology and Media Resources

Northwest Nazarene University

623 S University Blvd

Nampa, ID  83686

CLOSES

On-going opportunities

                                                          

POSITION

Audio/Video TA

DESCRIPTION

The A/V Conference Technical Assistants are the first point of contact for distance students, staff and faculty seeking technical assistance for video conferencing technology issues.  To see a detailed description of this position, required skills/qualifications and download an application, click here.

BUSINESS/EMPLOYER

NNU Technology and Media Resources

APPLICATION PROCESS

After completing the application, please return to:

mlwatson(at)nnu.edu

or

Margie Watson

Technology and Media Resources

Northwest Nazarene University

623 S University Blvd

Nampa, ID  83686

CLOSES

On-going opportunities