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Telephone Interviewer
Department: Center for Governmental Stusies
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: April 19, 2017


We conduct major health and public policy surveys by telephone. Center for Governmental Studies telephone interviewers collect information for various clients. This position involves contacting potential respondents by telephone, asking scripted questions and recording their responses.



Prospect Research Assistant
Department: Gift Planning
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: February 01, 2017


The NIU Foundation is seeking a student worker for its prospect research team. Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, have efficient and accurate database management and entry skills and ability to use NIU e-mail system. Candidate must be able to perform detailed research on companies and NIU alum. Must be highly responsible, possess a strong work ethic, organizational skills, intelligence, diligence, as well as organization and analytical thinking. The ability to work well in a team environment, as well as the ability to work with sensitive material and maintain strict confidentiality, is imperative.



Office Assistant
Department: Office of Precollegiate Programs
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 25, 2017


1. Assists in the filing and retrieval system of general office records, student records, and academic files. 2. Answers the telephone and takes messages for all Project staff. 3. Assists in the coping of all general office records, student records, follow-up information, letters, forms, invoices, and other documents as assigned. 4. Assists in the typing of various assignments. 5. Complete other duties as assigned.



Student Employee
Department: Service Center
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: July 16, 2017


Filing, Campus Mail Run (2 times per day and shuttle as needed), scanning & copying documents, projects as assigned. Summer position that extends through next semester.



Learning Center Student Worker
Department: Learning Center/Tech Services
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: August 21, 2017


Students applying for this position must be work-study eligible. The Learning Center is a student learning space managed by the College of Education's Technology Innovation and Learning Services (TILS) Department. Student employees are the "face" of the facility. They operate under the direction of senior staff to facilitate the day-to-day operations of the center. The job of the student worker is customer service. Work assignments will vary but daily responsibilities include but are not limited to: 1) arranging facilities for events, and, ensuring that the facility is clean and prepared for guests; 2) assisting guests of the Learning Center with computer and printer related questions; 4) responsibly circulating equipment and reserve material. Students may also be asked to assist with clerical or maintenance tasks in the Blackwell History of Education collection or the One Room School. Successful applicants must have excellent people skills, be customer service oriented, be willing to take initiative, be willing to learn new skills, and must be able to work independently. Positions are subject to availability of funds. There is no guarantee of continued employment. Hours per week are based on student availability and operational needs of the department.



Telephone Interviewer
Department: Health and Human Sciences Survey Research Laboratory
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: July 18, 2017


Conduct telephone interviews for the Illinois Department of Public Health Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)study, asking scripted health-related questions and recording responses. Results are used by the IDPH to design more effective health programs based on the needs of Illinois residents. This is a flexible position that can be scheduled around classes. Shifts are M-F 1-5pm and 5-9pm, Sat. 10am-1:30pm and 1:30-5pm, Sun. 1-4:30pm and 4:30-8pm. We are located in the William R. Monat Building at 148 N. Third St. in downtown DeKalb (on bus route 7).



AAEC Student Work-Study Employee
Department: AAEC/HR
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: August 16, 2017


The Student Employee will report directly to Affirmative Action and Equity Compliance (AAEC) to support the functions and activities associated with AAEC within the areas of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, Training and Outreach, and Title IX. WORK DAYS AND HOURS: This position requires a commitment of ten (10) hours per week. The work days and hours are flexible; however, hours must be completed in increments of at least two (2) consecutive hours Monday – Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Student must be work-study eligible. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Provide administrative and data management support for a staff of three (3). 2. Manage phone calls received on the main AAEC phone line: answer, direct calls to appropriate parties and/or take messages, and check voicemail as instructed. 3. Update and maintain data including reports, online databases (Excel and Access), and physical and electronic files, including scanning and archive process. 4. Assist with FOIA and University Legal Services information requests for documents/files handled by AAEC. 5. Assist with drafting advertisements and job announcements to departments, career centers, and related recruiting resources. 6. Assist with posting positions on the Human Resource Services website and external job boards. 7. Conduct Internet research related to policies, marketing, training, and other topics associated with the various areas in AAEC, as well as assist with development and editing of website information and resource guides. 8. Manage marketing materials including advertisements, directional signs, banners, fliers, and emails. 9. Assist with program and special event registration, monitor tables, and attend activities. 10. Prepare and distribute registration materials, “Save the Date" post cards, flyers, and emails. 11. Perform activities associated with event set-up and clean-up. 12. Assist with post-event planning including Qualtrax surveys, evaluations, thank-you letters, and related activities. 13. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, the Director of Training and Outreach Programs, and the Associate Director of Investigations and Deputy Title IX Coordinator.



Student Work-Study Employee
Department: Counseling, Adult and Higher Education
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: August 16, 2017


1. Picks up and distributes departmental mail. 2. Runs errands on campus, as needed. 3. Scans and makes copies. 4. Files. 5. Replenishes paper supply in copiers. 6. Organizes spreadsheets and documents. 7. Assists in setting up events. 8. Answers phones and takes messages, as needed. 9. Checks supplies for items that Office Manager needs to order. 10. Creates student files for admitted students. 11. Creates mailbox and other labels. 12. Performs basic housekeeping tasks, such as wiping down counters, shelves, tables, and our conference room table. 13. Performs receptionist duties and office duties. 14. Other duties, as assigned.



Student Clerical Employee
Department: School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders (AHCD)
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: September 01, 2017


The Student Employee will support the functions and activities associated with the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders (AHCD). Student must possess professionalism, strong communication and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality. The Student Employee must be an Undergraduate student and majoring in studies outside of the School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders. WORK DAYS AND HOURS: This position requires a commitment of up to fifteen (15) hours per week. Work days and hours are flexible, but are dependent upon department needs. Work hours must be completed in increments of at least two consecutive hours between the hours of 8 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays and/or Fridays, afternoon availability on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays given preference. UNDERGRADUATE Student MUST BE Federal Work-Study eligible. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Manage phone calls received on the main AHCD phone line; take messages and/or direct calls to the appropriate staff. 2. Provide administrative and data management support for office staff. 3. Schedule advising appointments. 4. Update and maintain departmental databases including reports, electronic and physical files. 5. Prepare Foundation correspondence and update Excel tracking files. 6. Scan and archive documents in accordance with established retention recommendations. 7. Assist with production of printed materials including banners, fliers, and emails. 8. Assist with organization of special events. 9. Perform basic housekeeping tasks, such as wiping counters, shelves, tables, etc. in the office suite space. 10. Maintain faculty mailbox labels and work room storage labels. 11. Run errands on campus, as needed. 12. Perform other duties as assigned by the Chair or Office staff.



Student Legal Assistant
Department: Students' Legal Assistance
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: September 01, 2017


We are looking for a Student Legal Assistant. Duties include: Answering and making phone calls, filing paperwork, making copies, scheduling appointments, interacting with clients, generating forms. We're looking to hire someone beginning in Fall 2017 that’s available all day Monday and Tuesday/Thursday afternoons, this will be a year-long position and we need someone available over the summer. We are looking to hire a student who is either a junior, sophomore, or freshman. They will report to the office manager within our office. The student must possess professionalism, strong communication and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Student MUST BE Federal Work-Study eligible. Typically 10 hours a week. They can submit resumes and a copy of their fall class schedule to our email at: studentslegal@niu.edu




Paraprofessional Positions

Northern Fund Caller
Department: Annual Fund
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 28, 2017


Students interested in this position must also fill out a special online application located at the following link: http://go.niu.edu/Telefund

Northern Fund callers contact alumni and friends of Northern Illinois University through the Huskie Telefund in an effort to update alumni records, provide information on current events at NIU, create strong connections between alumni and friends of NIU and the University, and to solicit funds for Northern Illinois University.



Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader
Department: ACCESS
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 28, 2017


Prefer Junior or Senior standing, Require overall GPA of 3.00 or above, prefer an A but could have received a B grade in Math 109, 110; or Chem 110, 210; or Accounting 206 or 207. Very good interpersonal and communication skills are required and must be comfortable with group work and using group activities to interact with students.



Life Drawing Model
Department: School of Art & Design - Studio Division
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 21, 2017


We are looking to employ males and females who would be interested in modeling NUDE for our Life Drawing classes. Classes are held Monday through Thursday. Times will vary. Please come to AB 314 M-F between 8:00 - 11:45 a.m. or 12:45 - 4:00 p.m. to pick up an application for employment along with a Model Availability Schedule.



Tutors - Appointment Based
Department: ACCESS/PAL
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 22, 2017


TO APPLY for this job, you must also apply through your MYNIU accout:
Go to MYNIU
Then click on:
MyNIU-Student System>
THEN Click on:
NIU Customizations>
THEN Click on:
NIU PAL SS Tutor
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JOB DESCRIPTION:
TRAINING IS REQUIRED after your initial interview.
*Contact your assigned students to schedule a tutorial appointment.
*Tutor your students on course content, study skills and help build academic confidence. One hour sessions up to 3 hours per week per student.
*Follow through on missed tutorial appointments and verify future sessions.
*Establish clear lines of communication with students, PAL Assistant Director and other NIU staff as needed.
*Maintain accurate and complete tutoring paperwork.
*Maintain confidentiality regarding tutoring relationship.
*Participate in regular meetings.
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NOTICE!! Applications are only taken through your MYNIU account. If you apply here your application will NOT be seen!!
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TO APPLY on MYNIU, GO TO:
Your MYNIU then:
-Click on:
MyNIU-Student System>
-Click on:
NIU Customizations>
-Click on:
NIU PAL SS Tutor



MATH TUTOR
Department: Mathematical Sciences
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 29, 2017


We are currently looking for Math tutors to assist students individually or in small groups and help them improve their math skills in first and second year mathematics. Tutors should perform activities such as helping with homework, preparing for exams, reviewing class material, identifying areas for improvement, and monitoring their progress. Tutors maintain a weekly schedule of hours in the mathematics assistance center. Applicants are required to tutor business calculus, calculus I, II, and III. Some knowledge of statistics and probability is preferred. Must be willing to work a minimum of 5 to 7 hours per week. If you have questions you may contact Brian Veitch at bveitch@niu.edu or 753-6755.




Service Positions

Early Childhood Teachers
Department: Education
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: January 03, 2017


We are interested in hiring full-time, part-time and substitute teachers for Spring semester 2017. Teachers and substitutes will provide children 6 weeks to 12 years old with a safe and nurturing environment. They will assist in planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities.



Early Childhood Teacher
Department: Early Child Care
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: January 17, 2016


Providing high quality care for children in an early learning, play based environment. Children are 6 weeks to 12 years of age. You will be responsible for implementing activities, helping children build self help skills and more.



Residential Trainer:Group Home
Department: FT & PT Residential
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: March 30, 2017


Teach and provide support and supervision to adults with developmental disabilities residing in group homes within Sycamore and DeKalb area.



House Manager -Full Time
Department: CILA
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: February 15, 2017


Office or non-manual work that directly relates to the recommending or making of policy and managing the general operations of the Department. Individual exercises discretion and independent judgment in decision-making and supervision of the unit. Supervises CILA homes



HSC Programming Staff
Department: Guest Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: January 15, 2017


Holmes Student Center Programming staff are responsible for bringing great events to the HSC. The programming team specifically helps plan and execute a wide variety of engaging, fun and entertaining events hosted within the HSC. The programming team will also work with student organizations and departments to help encourage and support events in the building. Programmers will specifically work on creating a diverse set of programs for the semester to engage the student body. They will also be responsible for coordinating all details of the event plan, execution, cleanup and assessment of programs in the building.



HSC Marketing Staff
Department: Guest Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: January 15, 2017


Holmes Student Center marketing staff members are responsible for promoting the Holmes Student Center resources, HSC Events & Programs as well as general marketing assistance. The HSC marketing team will work across multiple mediums to promote awareness about student center offerings, increase attendance at events, and increase foot traffic within the building. Team members will engage the campus community by acting as the street team of the HSC where duties will include passing out handbills, promoting events on multiple digital and social media resources, and speaking on behalf of the HSC to different student organizations, departments and during campus wide events and programs.



HSC Graphic Designer
Department: Guest Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: January 15, 2017


Holmes Student Center graphic designers will be responsible for creating marketing and promotional materials for HSC Programming & Events, the University Bookstore, Hotel and other departments managed by Holmes Student Center Administration. In addition, this service may expand to serve other campus entities as well as clients of the Conferences and Events services office. The design team will also be responsible for printing signs, and following building, divisional and campus-wide marketing and brand standards for all projects. Designers will engage with a wide variety of clients to collaborate on various projects in order to meet the needs of various constituencies.



Box Office Seller
Department: School of Theatre and Dance
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: April 01, 2017


Part-time Ticket Seller position is responsible for day-to-day and scheduled event selling and accounting for all tickets sold and money collected, for live theatre performances of the School of Theatre and Dance. Schedule reliability and promptness.



Museum Floor Staff
Department: Discovery Center Museum
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: August 28, 2017


Discovery Center Museum in Rockford, Illinois is dedicated to hands-on learning in the arts and sciences through more than 300 exciting exhibits spread over two floors and Discovery Park and serves children, parents, and educators from the Rockford region and beyond. Discovery Center Museum is currently looking to hire part time Museum Floor Staff. Museum Floor Staff members play an integral role in the success of the Museum’s Mission by facilitating our exhibits, interacting with Guests of all ages, and maintaining our exhibits, all of which contributes greatly to the overall Guest experience at the Museum. Discovery Center Museum seeks to hire Floor Staff Members who are joyful, playful, and excited by science and education. Please direct questions, resumes and applications to Hillary Parks, Guest Services Manager at: hillaryp@discoverycentermuseum.org



Student Service Desk Analyst
Department: Division of Information Technology
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: April 01, 2017


The Student Service Desk Analyst provides IT support for University faculty, staff, students, and external customers. This position may interact with customers via phone, email, walk-ins, self-service portal, or online submission forms. The Student Service Desk Analyst will use IT Service Management (ITSM) tools to document interactions and alerts appropriately. They will research, respond to, resolve and/or escalate customer requests and reported issues to Tier II or Tier III and On-call support in a timely manner following established service procedures, processes and standards. Following established security procedures; they will maintain records and must keep all user data confidential. This is a security sensitive position. Willingness to sign a confidentiality agreement is required.



Street Team
Department: Northern Star
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: October 01, 2016


To hand the newspaper to students when entering an academic building. To promote specific events. Shifts are on Monday and Thursday, maximum 2.5 hours at the time.



HSC Operations Crew
Department: Guest Services
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: February 01, 2017


The Holmes Student Center Operations Crew is the backbone of HSC Event Services. In addition to setting up and breaking down the venue, the Operations Crew provides primary assistance to organization members, performers, and guests in and around the event area. We provide access control, including ticket scanning, ID checks, wrist banding, pat downs, bag checks and metal detector screening, as well as crowd management to ensure the venue is safe for guests. Staff is required to have a thorough knowledge of both event specific and building-wide policies and procedures in order to provide guests with directions or other needed information to ensure a safe and fun environment for all guests, staff, and performers. Staff members are expected to act upon all comments/complaints in a prompt and friendly manner and also assist HSC staff and host group to maintain compliance with the On-Campus Social Events Policy. The Holmes Student Center Operations Crew is seeking motivated individuals interested in advancement.



Visual Communications Student Worker
Department: NIU Alumni Association
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: March 13, 2017


• Assist members of the NIU Alumni Association Communications Team with all graphic design and visual communication needs • Plan and design mailers, social media posts, magazine spreads, and website banners • Assist the Multimedia Communications Specialist on video shoots and some photo shoots. • Photograph events



Event Crew
Department: Event Production Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: March 13, 2017


Event Production Services (EPS) is looking for individuals who are interested in setting up and tearing down sound systems, lighting systems, staging, as well as various other event related needs. This job is flexible and may have odd hours but provides hands on experience.



RedCoats 2017
Department: Holmes Student Center Guest Services
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: May 01, 2017


Under the general supervision of the Guest Services Manager, the person in this position is responsible for multiple facets of an assigned area of the Holmes Student Center. Some of these responsibilities include opening/closing contracted rooms, constantly checking for safety issues or security breaches, checking to see if offices and hotel rooms are properly secured, ensuring that room contracts are being fulfilled and reporting any issues to the nightly shift supervisor in a timely fashion. This person will also be called upon to assist with crowd control, building emergencies, alcohol postings, escorts and other duties as assigned. This individual comes in direct contact with the public on a regular basis and is expected to be polite and courteous at all times. The position requires knowledge of the Holmes Student Center and all pertinent building policies and procedures.



Tutor
Department: Student-Athlete Academic Support Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: June 19, 2017


We are currently looking for tutors for the following courses: BIOS 311, BIOS 357, KNPE 452, FLSP 101/102, ACCY 206/207, CHEM 110/211/213, AHRS 494/495, PHHE 295, ECON 260/261 & MATH 101/155.



Study Table Monitor
Department: Student-Athlete Academic Support Services
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: June 19, 2017


This position is for monitoring study table sessions. Duties Include; checking students in & out, enforcing study table rules & minor office work.



Event Services
Department: Convocation Center
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: August 16, 2017


Greeting guests, scanning tickets, many aspects of customer service.



Huskie Patrol - Security
Department: Police & Public Safety
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: August 27, 2017


Under the supervision of the NIU Department of Police and Public Safety, Huskie Patrol is operated by student employees organized into teams and zones. Members are supplied for duty with radios carrying their own service channel for instant communication. The members are also distinctly attired as they make their rounds. Huskie Patrol provides up to thirty sets of eyes and ears for the Department of Public Safety. Members of Huskie Patrol work in all climates, ranging from extreme heat with indices over 100 degrees, to extreme cold with wind chills below 0 degrees. Duties, responsibilities and requisite skills include but are not limited to foot patrol, crime prevention, locking of building, and providing escorts. In addition, to providing an extra layer of security Huskie Patrol provides assistance to Access Control with residence hall security.



Student Event Staff
Department: Police & Department of Public Safety
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: August 15, 2017


Under the supervision of the NIU Department of Police and Public Safety, Student Event Staff (SES) personnel will work directly with NIU Police Officers in maintaining a safe environment at University social events. SES personnel are expected to work in all climates, ranging from extreme heat with indices over 100 degrees, to extreme cold with wind chills below 0 degrees. Some of the duties and responsibilities SES personnel can expect to deal with are as follows: •Assist in staffing the entrance and exit doors at University social events •Ensure venue capacity is not exceeded •Assist Public Safety in emergency situations at the event •Extra set of eyes and ears for the police department •Generally help to maintain a safe and well organized event •Check to see if appropriate policies are being followed ( i.e. Social Event Policies)



After School Aide
Department: off campus
Employment Type: Work-Study Employment Only
Job Starts: August 23, 2017


This position involves care of children (prekindergarten-8th grade) at St Mary School, 210 Gurler Rd, Dekalb, IL Applicants must be willing to interact with all children in a variety of situations including games, reading, monitoring homework, serving snack, etc. Individuals applying need to be available to work 2 to 5 days per week from 2:30-5:30pm Monday through Friday. Students applying must have their own transportation. Finger printing and background check will be required of anyone hired for this position.



Stagehands
Department: Convocation Center
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: August 16, 2017


Set up and take down of equipment needed for events



Event Parking
Department: Convocation Center
Employment Type: Regular Employment Only
Job Starts: August 16, 2017


Visit the Convo Job Fair - for PARKERS ONLY Wednesday, August 30, 4 - 6 pm This is NOT a 20 hour per week position, it is event based.



Business Outreach
Department: Northern Illinois University
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: September 01, 2017


This position is responsible for:
• Understanding and effectively program unique value to current and prospective partners.
• Leveraging existing data to identify and contact potential business partners.
• Developing, updating, and maintaining value statements, account profiles, and strategies for all partners.
• Meeting, engaging, and promoting programs to potential business and community partners.
• Managing partner relationships to conduct needs assessment and program analysis.
• Maintaining detailed records of business partner contacts and communications.
• Functioning autonomously with professionalism and integrity as a program representative.
• Other duties as assigned.



REACH Caller
Department: First- and-Second- Year Experience
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: September 11, 2017


The REACH (Retention Effort for All in Coming Huskies) program is supported by First- and Second-Year Experience. REACH aims to provide resources, information, and advice to aid in Northern Illinois University first-year students’ adjustment and transition to the campus. Through the REACH program, trained upper-class students call first-year NIU students who have potential characteristics that would put them at risk of leaving the university before the second year. Job Description: REACH callers will contact first semester NIU students assisting them in their transition into NIU. Callers will talk to students about their transition, academics, student life, campus involvement, etc. REACH callers help students locate resources, connect with student organizations and provide information and advice to assist first semester students in making a successful transition to NIU. REACH callers have the opportunity to: ? Gain significant communication skills while enhancing employment marketability and career opportunities ? Develop professional relationships with faculty, staff, and other students




Technical Positions

AV Associate 1
Department: HSC AV Department
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: April 23, 2017


1. Ensure client satisfaction and contract completion according to Holmes Student Center guidelines. 2. Set rooms with audio/video/lighting/pc equipment in accordance with the contracts. 3. Work as part of a team to solve problems. 4. Maintain audio/video/lighting/PC equipment. 5. Keep inventory on consumables used in the department. 6. Clean and organize equipment inventory and the office.



IT Support
Department: Vice Provost
Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment
Job Starts: September 01, 2017


Reports to the Systems Administrator for the Vice Provost and is responsible for setting up and supporting all computers and peripheral equipment supported by the Vice Provost TechTeam. This position is first point of contact for all units reporting to the Vice Provost and is responsible for resolving technical issues in a timely manner. Maintain necessary updates for Vice Provost Department Computer and Tutoring Labs. Must be willing to work minimum of 15 hours weekly. Work Hours Available are Monday-Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm.





Clery Act Information

N.I.U. provides information regarding campus security, personal and fire safety, including topics such as: crime prevention, emergency response procedures and crime reporting policies, in addition to crime and fire statistics for the most recent three calendar years. The Annual Security Report containing security and safety information is available at www.safety.niu.edu or by contacting the University Police Department and Public Safety Department at 815-753-9628 to receive a hard copy. The Annual Fire Safety Report is available at www.firesafety.niu.edu or by contacting the Environmental Health & Safety Department at 815-753-0404 to receive a hard copy.

Department of Public Safety
Office of Admissions
Human Resource Services.

This disclosure is in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Act (20 USC 1092 (f)).