Current Openings

Students need to have the following when applying

  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Must be enrolled in 6 undergraduate credits or 5 graduate credits
  • Must have 3 semesters left of schooling

Building Services Team (BST)

The Building Services Team is responsible for two basic functions within the University Union: in the set up function, team members are responsible for preparing rooms for events, ensuring that they are clean and that furniture and equipment are in place prior to the beginning of the program. In the custodial services function, team members assist the University Union professional custodians in maintaining the cleanliness of the facility including: cleaning hallways, entrances, restrooms, meeting and dining spaces, Phoenix Club Recreation, office complexes, and the daily removal and transportation of waste and recyclable materials.  

Marketing Assistant

The Marketing Assistant is responsible for the development and implementation of market research strategies and campaigns for public relations. The Marketing Assistant will also serve as an advisor on proper marketing techniques and methods.

Phoenix Club Assistant

The Recreational Assistant has the responsibility of customer service and assisting with recreation programs in the Phoenix Club. The Recreational Assistant will need to become familiar with University Union policies and procedures, customer service procedures, cash handling, cash register/computer operation and various recreational leisure activities.

Reservations Assistant

The Reservations Assistant is responsible for helping customers reserve meeting rooms, academic rooms, special event spaces and outdoor spaces. The Assistant is also responsible for reserving the appropriate equipment needed and selecting the most suitable room setup for each event.  

Sound and Light Technician

The technician assists with the provision of all technical services required for events and programs taking place on campus. Events include concerts, performers, dances, movies, conferences and other events that require use of sound and/or lighting systems.  

University Ticketing & Information Center Assistant

The Assistant is responsible for maintaining constant communication and providing accurate information to the University Union customers, UWGB students, faculty, staff and community members; referring them to the appropriate location or personnel to handle their questions/concerns. Responsibilities also include ticket sales for events on and off campus, retail sales of other merchandise and services. The Assistant is additionally responsible for the production of campus ID cards for students, faculty, staff and guests. The Assistant must be comfortable with UPS and USPS mailing standards since these service are offered through the Information Center.