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Currently Available Positions:

OPSU Bull Test Student Worker
Date Posted
8/18/21
Contact Email
dstephens@opsu.edu
Position
OPSU Bull Test Student Worker
Description
Assist with feeding bulls twice daily, placing hay into pens, sweeping feed bunks, weighing bulls, livestock handling, record-keeping, and other duties as assigned.
Location
OPSU Bull Test
Skills / Qualifications
Experience with livestock required. Preference will be given to those students with experience handling cattle. Students will be expected to learn how to operate a bobcat and/or tractor.
Work Hours
Must be available at 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. 7 days per week. Students in this position must be available on weekends and holidays from mid-September until mid-March, although scheduling may allow students to take off some of these times.
Additional Information / Comments
Depending on applicants, the OPSU Bull Test is expected to hire two students workers.
Shooting Range Worker
Date Posted
11/09/21
Contact Email
shawna.tucker@opsu.edu
Position
Shooting Range Worker
Description
Open office, run cash register, open trap and skeet houses, reload clays, oversee rifle and pistol ranges.
Location
OPSU Shooting Range
Skills / Qualifications
Dependable, good work ethic.
Work Hours
Works weekends and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons/evenings.
Additional Information / Comments
For more information, contact Shawna Tucker or JW Syzemore
Resident Assistant
Date Posted
11/19/21
Contact Email
amber.glass@opsu.edu
Position
Resident Assistant
Description
In the role as an RA, the student will act as a source of information for other students and perform administrative tasks. The student also will do task such as, assisting residents with issues such as being locked out of their rooms, summiting work orders in the resident halls and enforcing residence hall rules. As an RA, you will need to attend weekly/monthly meetings and hold regular floor meetings with the residents.
Location
Holter Hall, 4 positions available
Skills / Qualifications
An RA has many roles and responsibilities, including being able to help build a residential community through programming, being able to act as a mentor for students, being a familiar first resource for students with academic or institutional questions, and willing to enforce as well as follow the residence policies.
Work Hours
Residence Hall will be scheduled in the respected office (on duty) for 5 – 10 hours per week. The balance of their 14 hours per week will be 'on call'. That is, they are expected to be available much of their time not committed to classes and official extra- curricular activities.
Additional Information / Comments

Contact

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    Moore, Erin
    Title: Director of Financial Aid
    Office: SL 115
    Phone: 580.349.1582
    Email: Email Web Form

To qualify for Federal Work-Study, you must demonstrate financial need based on your FAFSA. If you qualify, the federal government pays a portion of your paycheck, which can be put toward tuition or any other costs.