Application Guidelines

Student Employment

All student positions on campus are classified as either work-study or student hire. On this page you'll find work-study, student hire, internship opportunities and off-campus job postings for students.

The work-study program is administered by the Office of Financial Aid to provide funding for student employment on campus and non-profit agencies in the community. Complete the following steps to determine if you are eligible to apply for work-study positions.

  1. File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have the results sent to ENMU.
  2. Register for classes
  3. Check your Financial Aid Status to determine if you have received work-study funds. Note: If you decline work-study on the FAFSA or your Estimated Aid Notification (EAN), you are not eligible for either work-study or student hire.
  4. If you have received work-study funds, you may search the available work-study positions and apply to any positions for which you are qualified.

If you are not eligible for work-study funds, you may apply for student hire positions, off-campus positions or internships. (You may also register with the Office of Financial Aid at the beginning of each semester to receive work-study funds if they become available.)

Available positions are posted below. Each job announcement will list the contact person if you would like to apply for the position. The job postings on this Website are listed for your convenience. They do not represent an endorsement by the University and do not imply research into the content of the postings. Please use discretion when responding to the postings and research any position before you apply.

All Student Jobs

 

Career Employment Opportunities

The following job announcements were sent to Counseling and Career Services to share with ENMU students who may be graduating or just looking for a full-time job off campus.

In addition to looking through these listings, you may want to search the Simply Hired Web site or view the list of full-time jobs at Eastern. Another option is to view our online job boards.

Available positions are posted below. Each job announcement will list the contact person if you would like to apply for the position. The job postings on this Website are listed for your convenience. They do not represent an endorsement by the University and do not imply research into the content of the postings. Please use discretion when responding to the postings and research any position before you apply.

Be Smart – Research Before You Start!

When looking at a potential job or employment there are several things that you should consider. Here is a checklist to assist you:

  1. Google the employer to make sure they are legitimate. Also use websites like Glassdoor (found on our webpage) to check out the company and read employee reviews.
  2. Contact the local Chamber of Commerce or Better Business Bureau to find out if the employer is reputable or has any complaints filed against them.
  3. Look to see if the employer lists a physical address on their advertisement. If they do and it is local; go check it out!
  4. Remember that it is the employer’s job to pay you. An employer should not ask you for money! If they do, contact the Better Business Bureau or the Police to see if it is a scam.
  5. Always remember, if the job seems too good to be true, it probably is!
  6. Here is another site to help you check out potential employers for scams: SITE

All Career Jobs