Interested in Working for CAMP?

CAMP Part-Time Workers including Federal Work Study

Whether you qualify for federal work study or not, CAMP has a number of opportunities for part time employment. You must be a member of a CAMP team and enrolled as a full-time student to be considered.

Job descriptions are amenable; we want to work with your strengths and help develop your leadership desires. If interested please fill out the Prospective Employee Information Form and send it and your resume to Kimberly.Osberg@sdsmt.edu and Ryan.Koontz@sdsmt.edu

CAMP Office Position

May be a combination of paperwork and filing, help with organizing events, PR and marketing, general lab assistance and more. Communication is a must. This person has the autonomy to use their own initiative and ideas if they so choose. Some work related to student's field of study and interests.

CAMP Social Media Position

This person would update Facebook, YouTube, websites, etc. in coordination with Marketing and Communications and others on campus. You would be part of CAMP events. Photoshop experience a plus. Communication is a must. This person has the autonomy to use their own initiative and ideas if they so choose. Some work related to student's field of study and interests.

CAMP/CAT Lab Student Manager

Safety is number 1. Industrial engineers and those that know how to use tools and equipment safely are considered first. Build relationships with teams and their leaders by communicating lab procedures, organization, lab cleanups, and proper safety measures. May need to interact with Jerilyn Roberts, Director of Environmental Health and Safety. Communication is a must. This person has the autonomy to use their own initiative and ideas if they so choose. Some work related to student's field of study and interests.

Safety
• Review latest CAT Lab safety reports
• Notify campus security in immediate danger, 6111
• General first aid
• Be aware of and able to maintain gases, canisters and similar equipment
• Remind students of proper safety measures
• Safety wear kept readily available and enforce proper attire

Supplies
• Make sure supplies, including first aid, are stocked
• Assist in purchasing lab supplies, either by reimbursement or bringing it to CAMP office attention.
• May be in communication with local businesses for latest industry measures.
• Ensure that garbage and proper recycling is followed to minimize waste


CAMP Federal Work-Study

Federal Work-Study awards are based on financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA and the awarding policy of the South Dakota Mines. More about Work-Study programs at South Dakota Mines 

Steps to follow if hired:

You will be required to complete employment paperwork with Human Resources that is relative to your position if you are hired. All employment paperwork must be completed BEFORE you are allowed to begin working. 

STEP 1Student Employee Enrollment Verification

STEP 2Direct Deposit Authorization

STEP 3:  You must bring with you to Human Resources a U.S. Passport or, a drivers license and one of the following: Social Security Card or Birth Certificate. Please note: original documents are required; copies will not be accepted. You will also need to bring a voided check or documentation from the bank that includes the routing number and account number of your bank account for direct deposit of your payroll check.

STEP 4Volunteer Work Agreement

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