Apply directly to positions in departments all across campus, including:
Not all departments advertise positions on the dedicated job board.
The following departments post jobs and accept applications directly through their website or office.
Make a difference as part of our student government! Check open ASUN positions here. Be sure to get our help with your resume before you apply.
Work at the Downunder, the Overlook, or any other campus dining hotspots. Pick up an application at the Career Studio, or in JOT Travis across the hall from the Overlook.
ASUN Campus Escort provides a great working environment that is both exciting and challenging. Further, it's a great way to meet new people and learn more about the campus community. Learn more. Contact Campus Escort directly to apply.
Work at the gym and become a part of the Lombardi family. Learn more about part-time opportunities to work at Lombardi.
Hiring a variety of positions. Complete the application here. Visit the Studio for help with your cover letter.
Are you an unabashed math nerd? Have you taken Calculus 181? Apply to be a math tutor here.
Hiring summer, school year and semester positions. Are you ResLife material? Find out here.
Hiring tutors and Supplemental Instruction leaders on a rolling basis. Learn how to apply here.
Learn how to prepare and apply to become a writing consultant here.
Nearly all on-campus job applications require a resume, cover letter and professional references. A good place to begin is with our online resources to help you Apply & Get Hired with ease. Then, drop by the Studio to get an expert opinion before you hit "Submit." Our team can teach you how to rock your on-campus job application to set yourself apart from the competition.
An international student using an F-1 or a J-1 visa document issued by UNR can work but there are many restrictions. Eligibility to work is based on full-time student status. Working on campus is possible for a full-time student for 20 hours per week in the academic year, and 40 hours per week during school breaks. For any work that is not paid by UNR, it is best to consult with an international student advisor at OISS regarding the limited options available. Additional information about working on-campus or off-campus is available. (Information courtesy of the Office of International Students and Scholars)