Student Worker Hiring Process and Job Listing

If you are an MCC student who is eligible for employment through the Federal Work-Study Program, you may apply for the work-study jobs available on campus.

To determine if you are eligible for the College Work-study Program, simply Log on to the WebAdvisor. Click on Financial Aid Award Letter to view work-study eligibility and amounts.

Requirements:

Steps to apply and hiring process:

  1. To find a work-study job, please scroll down to the list below.
    • Click on the Department to view available positions (ex. Athletics, Math Lab).
    • Click on the Work-study Position to view Job Description and Required Skills (ex. Student Athletic Trainer, Math Lab Tutor).
    • Complete work-study application.
    • Enter your personal information and specify skills and experience - please be detailed, as if you are submitting a resume. This is your employment application.
    • Select a maximum of three (3) positions.
    • Submit your application.
  2. Once submitted, the Office of Financial Aid will review your application for completeness, eligibility and enrollment. Incomplete applications will not be considered for employment.
  3. Your work-study eligibility will be determined and your application forwarded to the hiring supervisor(s) of your selected positions.
  4. Hiring supervisor(s) will contact you if interested in interviewing you for the position.
  5. Once selected by a department to fill a position, a criminal background check must be performed. The hiring supervisor will request that you complete the following forms: DPS Criminal History Form, MCC Background Release Form, Authorization Form and Job Responsibilities Form. These forms must be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid for review.
  6. Hiring supervisors will be notified of the approved background checks and will contact you to complete W-4 and I-9 forms. You will complete these forms and provide original identity documents to the hiring supervisor to verify the I-9. Departments will submit these forms to the Office of Financial Aid for input in the E-Verify system where the Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration will verify your eligibility to work in the United States. You will be notified if you are determined NOT eligible to participate as a student worker in MCC’s Work-Study Program.
  7. If you are eligible to begin work, the hiring supervisor will contact you to set your start date. Under no circumstances will you be allowed to work as a student worker before completing the I-9 form and receiving confirmation of eligibility to work. Students who work prior to receiving this confirmation may be terminated as a student worker. The Office of Financial Aid will contact you if any additional information may be necessary to determine your eligibility.

Please inform the Financial Aid Office at (254) 299-8698 if you experience any difficulties or if you have any suggestions for improvement with this new application process. Thank you.

Student Worker Job List




  • Child Development Center
    • Teacher Aide
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Teacher assistant and floater to work with children aged 3 months through 5 years. Candidate will supervise children in a classroom environment and might also be working in the laundry room or kitchen as needed.
      Required Skills:
      Previous experience working with children aged infant through 5 years is preferred.

  • Continuing Education - Community Programs
    • Kids College Assistant
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      CWS
      Job Description:
      This position will be responsible for assisting the coordinator of community programs with administrative tasks associated with continuing education classes as well as kids college. Tasks include organization, helping instructors with summer camps, communication w/ campers and families as needed, managing logistics of camps (checking in/out, etc.)
      Required Skills:
      Communication skills, experience with social media, strong organization skills, basic computer skills, self-sufficient.
      Other Information:
      It would be helpful, but not required, for the student to have a vehicle for getting around campus.
  • Continuing Education - Ranch Programs
    • Work study - Equine Records Assistant
      Apply
      Location:
      Highlander Ranch
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Answering phones; greeting and helping visitors at the Highlander Ranch; maintain CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) instructor, student, and horse records; Running errands; Assist with marketing efforts of ranch programs; Assist with events at the Ranch; and other duties as assigned.
      Required Skills:
      Must be organized; have good customer service skills; have transportation to and from Highlander Ranch to MCC campus; be self-motivating; able to multi-task; have knowledge in social media; have computer skills specifically in Microsoft Word and Excel.
      Other Information:
      This position will report to work at the Highlander Ranch. Saturday work times may be required. Applicant does not need to know about horses or horse care for this position.
  • Continuing Education - Garden/Ranch Assistant
    Apply
    Location:
    Highlander Ranch
    Job Type:
    Federal Work Study
    Job Description:
    Assist with the care and upkeep of MCC's Educational Garden space and the needs of the Highlander Ranch. Duties will include weeding, mowing, organizing, watering and caring for plants, repair work, etc.
    Required Skills:
    The ability to work in an outdoor environment and some experience with gardening or agriculture preferred. Experience with basic tools, construction, repair work is helpful but not required.
    Other Information:
    Hours are TBD by student's schedule and availability.



  • Food Service
    • Food Service Work Study
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Assist with duties in MCC’s food service operation. Duties may include working as a cashier, stocking, cleaning tables, transporting supplies to food service locations, as well as other duties as assigned.
      Required Skills:
      Ability to interact with customers in a positive manner and to communicate clearly with customers and co-workers; basic math skills; willingness to take direction, ability to complete tasks independently. Previous cash handling experience is helpful but not required.
      Other Information:
      Hours are mostly Mon-Thurs, 1:30 – 6:30 pm in the LTC Highlander Café but may include other days/times and locations as needed.
  • Health and Physical Education
    • Weight Room Supervisor
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Supervise weight room and gym during open hours.
      Required Skills:
      Must be punctual, dependable have integrity, have a strong work ethic and enjoy working with students, faculty and staff.


  • Highlander Central
    • Work-Study-Enrollment Services/Highlander Central
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Non and Federal
      Job Description:
      Assist current and prospective students, parents, faculty and staff at McLennan with admissions, records, financial aid, and student services questions.
      Required Skills:
      Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing; operate a multi-line phone system/computerized switchboard; strong customer service skills;knowledge of financial aid application process; other duties as assigned.
  • Information Systems and Services
    • Help Desk Support Specialist
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Assist with basic Help Desk functions such as: answering phones, entering data into Help Desk ticketing system, greeting walk -in users, and performing basic troubleshooting tasks over the phone and in-person. Strong focus on customer service.
      Required Skills:
      Capable of using computers, ability to work within an office setting, excellent customer service and communication skills. Some knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) preferred. Interest or experience in technology (hardware and software) a plus.
  • Language, Literature and Communication Division
    • Federal Work-Study
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      General office duties: filing, maintaining supplies for Division workrooms, running errands on campus (transporting and retrieving documents from the Duplication Center, Student Records, Writing Center, Testing Center and other administrative offices) for faculty and staff; includes some typing.
      Required Skills:
      Trustworthy, punctual, dependable, and collegial. Candidate must be familiar with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.


  • Marketing and Communications
    • Office Work-study
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Institutional Work Study
      Job Description:
      Answering phones, greeting and helping visitors, picking up mail, posting flyers, delivering printed products and giveaways to on campus clients, running errands, website help with proofing and accessibility, marketing research, filing, and other duties as assigned.
      Required Skills:
      Must be organized, have good customer service skills, able to walk or take shuttle one or more times a day to make deliveries and run errands, be self-motivated, able to multi-task.
    • Webpage Content Student Worker
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Webpage Content Student Worker
      Job Description:
      Assisting the MCC's Web Content Designer with minor changes to the website. Working with MCC's Web Content Designer on broken links.
      Required Skills:
      Experience researching online and the elementary parts of a website. Although training will be provided. Experience working on computers and with software. Be able to type.
  • Math
    • Math Lab Tutor
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Institutional Work Study
      Job Description:
      Assist other students with math.
      Required Skills:
      Minimum of a "B" in College Algebra

  • Physical Plant/Highlander Ranch
    • Ranch Assistant, part time
      Apply
      Location:
      Highlander Ranch
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Mowing, weed eating, assisting in fence repair or replacement, general ranch maintenance and clean up.
      Required Skills:
      Some background in farm/ranch related activities.
      Other Information:
      This position will require the employee to work independently at times.



  • Theatre
    • Scene Shop Assistant
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      College Work Study
      Job Description:
      Building and painting scenery, finding props, and hanging lighting for 2-3 theatre productions each semester. There are also opportunities to help set up music concerts and other events, run the lighting and sound for those events, and clean up afterwards, Duties will differ day-to-day. The ideal candidate pays attention to details, works swiftly, and will clean up and put things away at the end of the work day.
      Required Skills:
      Knowledge of power tools is helpful. Basic carpentry skills are a plus but not necessary. Knowledge of sound equipment and microphones also helpful. Good safety habits are a must.
      Other Information:
      Hours are negotiable but available throughout the day, as well as evenings and weekends. Safety equipment is provided.. You should come to work wearing clothes that can get dirty with sawdust, paint, etc.
    • Costume Shop Assistant
      Apply
      Location:
      On Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work-Study or Non-Work Study
      Job Description:
      Building costumes for two theatre productions. Duties will differ day-to-day. The ideal candidate pays attention to details, works swiftly, and likes to clean up and put things away at the end of the work day.
      Required Skills:
      Basic Machine and hand sewing is a must. Experience building garments from patterns is a plus. Hours are negotiable but must be available to work afternoons.
  • Veterinary Technology
    • Vet Tech Work Study Student
      Apply
      Location:
      Off Campus
      Job Type:
      Federal Work Study
      Job Description:
      Care for Vet Tech animals including feeding, watering, cleaning enclosures, food/water bowls, water troughs, and feed troughs (as needed when assigned kennel duty is unable to do so). Vet Tech animals include cats, goats, cattle, rabbits, gerbils, guinea pigs,and hamsters. Cleaning and stocking animal care and treatment areas such as stalls, kennels, X-ray rooms, labs, treatment room, pharmacy, surgery room, laundry room, horse and cattle treatment areas, student lounge and library.Checking inventory and supplies, dating supplies as per instructor, assisting instructors with office duties as needed. Housekeeping in areas not maintained by MCC Custodial or MCC program students.
      Required Skills:
      Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pound feed bags. Minimal allergies to dust and pet dander will be helpful. Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, lift etc. to allow for proper cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays. Must be currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program. Prefer 2nd year Veterinary Technology program student.