Student Employment Opportunities

Student Employee Application

For the following positions, please contact:

University Events Center
Robert Johnson
Associate Director
Phone: (336) 285-2580
Email: uec@ncat.edu

Minimum Requirements:

  • Student must have and maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or greater

  • Student must have an attempted hour/earned hour completion rate of 80 percent:  Unless the student is a double major or a transfer student, he/she should not have attempted more than 126 hours

  • Student must be enrolled full-time (undergrad-12hrs, graduate-9hrs) in the current session to be eligible for employment. (For summer sessions, if not enrolled in a summer session you must be registered for the upcoming fall semester).

  • Student must have a good judicial standing as determined by  the University Student Conduct Office

  • Current academic schedule

  • Completed application for employment (UEC will only accept applications that have been typed and signed)

  • Unofficial transcript

  • Resume

Aggie Escort Transportation Crew
Functions as the campus Safe Rides services as a safety escort between campus facilities using a state owned vehicle. Calls are received in the office from students who wish to use the service. Drivers are dispatched to pick up passengers and serve as back up for the Information Desk. Drivers maintain contact with Memorial Student Union staff and University police.

Information Desk and Recreation Room Attendant
Serves as a primary point of contact for customers in the Student Union and is responsible for all aspects of customer-service throughout the facility. Staff will also maintain the the recreation room and required paperwork, assist with game usage, and marketing student union activities.

Student Building Manager
The role of the student building manager encompasses that of a meeting facilitator, problem solver, interpreter of policies, supervisor of student staff, security monitor and a resource person. This position has significant supervisory responsibilities, and will delegate tasks to student staff within student event staff of the University Event Center.

Responsible for managing the Student Union and Harrison Auditorium during the evening hours and on weekends when the full-time staff is off duty. It is imperative that the student building manager be familiar with various builings, its equipment, policies, programs and services and the day-to-day schedule of events. This position requires knowledge of the university.

Responsible for helping facilitate and manage various on-campus as well as off-campus activities. Assist departments, student organizations, and the community in the overall execution of their events. Assist UEC and Union Staff with transport, set-up and breakdown of event related equipment. Help manage crowd control for campus activities. Assist with the coordination of variation on-campus activities. It is important that the student event staff is familiar with campus buildings, its equipment, policies, programs, services, and the day-to-day schedule of events.

Student Event Staff:
Responsible for helping facilitate and manage various on-campus as well as off-campus activities. Assist departments, student organizations, and the community in the overall execution of their events. Assist UEC and Union Staff with transport, set-up and breakdown of event related equipment. Help manage crowd control for campus activities. Assist with the coordination of variation on-campus activities. It is important that the student event staff is familiar with campus buildings, its equipment, policies, programs, services, and the day-to-day schedule of events.

Office Assistant
Responsible for assisting the full time staff with the operation of the University Event Center Administrative Office as well as assiting with scheduling and special projects.

For the following positions, please contact:

Campus Recreation Center Director


Robert McNair
Phone: (336) 285-4230
Email: recsport@ncat.edu

Fitness Center Attendant:

Assists in the operations of the Fitness Center. All staff are required to have current CPR and First Aid training.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Student must have and maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or greater

  • Student must have an attempted hour/earned hour completion rate of 80 percent:  Unless the student is a double major or a transfer student, he/she should not have attempted more than 126 hours

  • Student must be enrolled full-time (undergrad-12hrs, graduate-9hrs) in the current session to be eligible for employment. (For summer sessions, if not enrolled in a summer session you must be registered for the upcoming fall semester).

  • Student must have a good judicial standing as determined by  the University Student Conduct Office