Information on student employment opportunities | News – Omaha, Nebraska
Omaha, Nebraska 2021-07-15 21:00:22 –
As the campus prepares to welcome students, faculty, and staff to campus this fall, one of the most important opportunities for students are on-campus employment opportunities, both new and returnees.
UN students interested in employment during the school year are encouraged to consider some of the many employment opportunities that the UN offers to working students.
Students in on-campus positions can enjoy all of the following benefits:
- Flexible schedule according to the class schedule
- Close to campus housing and campus resources
- Cooperation with the license program
- Learn ready-to-use skills in an education-oriented environment
We have positions to suit your needs and schedule, such as the UNO Bookstore, Food Court, Baxter Arena and Chris Library.
Students interested in working at UNO can work up to 20 hours per week during the semester and up to 40 hours per week during breaks and summer. Additionally, students must currently be enrolled for at least one credit hour to consider employment.
For more information on the human resources website UNO Student Employee Guidelines ..
Use the Campus Job Opportunities List, the official UN student-focused employment opportunities committee.
Need help writing a cover letter or resume? The Â· UN Academic Career Development Center I’ll help you.
General Student Employment Questions UN Human Resources Office [email protected] ..
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