Financial Aid at Thomas More College
Home > Financial Aid > Work Study > Work Study Job Board

Work Study Job Board


Department: Aramark Services/Thomas More Dining
Hours: Varies
Contact: Philippe Audax
phone: 859/344-3663
Requirements: Lifting 50 lbs maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 25 lbs.
Description: Previous Cashier or Customer Service experience helpful, but not necessary. You must be able to add, subtract and count money. Perform additional tasks within the needs of the cafeteria.

Display Cook

Department: Aramark Services/Thomas More Dining
Hours: Varies
Contact: Philippe Audax
phone: 859/344-3663
Requirements: A minimum of 2 year previous experience in the Grille or Hot Foods Production is a prerequisite for this position. Sanitation Certificate a plus. Lifting 100 lbs maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects up to 50 lbs.
Description: As a oook your responsibilities span to all culinary aspects of the kitchen. While hot food is the primary focus, your responsibilities may also include salad prep, bakery, grill, fry, soup prep and all culinary aspects associated with them. Perform additional tasks within the needs of the cafeteria.

Catering Server

Department: Aramark/Thomas More Dining Services
Hours: Varies
Contact: Philippe Audax
phone: 859/344-3663
Requirements: Lifting 100 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects up to 50 pounds. Able to be on your feet for long periods of time.
Description: Must have basic knowledge of food and beverage preparations, service standards, guest relations and etiquette. Knowledge of appropriate table settings and service ware. Able to transport up to 30 lbs through a crowded room on a continuous basis throughout the shift. Willing to work a variety of day/night and weekend shifts.

Student Assistant

Department: Athletic Communications
Hours: Hours Vary
Contact: Cory Blackson
phone: 344-3672
Requirements: Able to work nights and weekends.
Description: * Helps director of athletic communication prepare post game recaps and feature stores. * Helps update the TMC athletic website. * Compile game statistics for selected athletic events. * Handle public address and webcast broadcast for selected events.

student worker

Department: athletic training
Hours: varies
Contact: Luke Farrell
phone: 859-344-3635
Requirements: valid driver's license and current car insurance
Description: Position is available to students who can be in the athletic training room/ on the field most days after 12pm (usually until 6:30pm) and work home football games. Students will prepare water, complete field set-up and be on the field for coverage to re-hydrate athletes and do minimal first-aid (we will teach you!). Some heavy lifting is required (coolers). This position is just during the fall sports season. If possible, also need this position for the football Pre-Season camp from August 7 through the start of school.

Athletic Event Worker

Department: Athletics
Hours: Hours vary
Contact: Jeremy Martin
phone: 859-344-3673
Requirements: Only requirement is being a student at Thomas More
Description: I am looking for workers to fill positions at athletic events such as ticket takers, scoreboard operators, concession workers, ball retrievers (for soccer and volleyball), etc. Working an event includes set-up and take-down of the event. If you need work-study hours, please come see me in the Connor Center. My office is to the right of the lobby (coming in) in the back.

Athletic Office Assistant

Department: Athletics
Hours: flexible: mainly between 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Contact: Rachel Brown
phone: 859-344-3536
Requirements: only requiremtent is being a Thomas More student
Description: Help in the athletic office with various tasks including but not limited to, filing, copying documents, organizing office, mailings, answering phone calls, etc.

Student Services Representative

Department: Bursar and Registrar
Hours: Varying work hours, two semester commitment required
Contact: Leslie Bauer or Michelle Vezina
phone: 859-344-4066 or 859-344-3380
Requirements: Customer service skills a must, confidentiality extremely important, math skills necessary, ability to multitask.
Description: The Offices of the Bursar and Registrar need someone who will be able to answer phones, handle routine questions, compile spreadsheets, enter data accurately into computer system, print transcripts, file and scan documents, process payments and other miscellaneous tasks. Confidentiality is a must!!! Good communication skills are a plus, as well as, math and/or simple accounting skills. Work with faculty, staff, and students. Email resume to and .

Office assistant

Department: Communications
Hours: 5-10 hours
Contact: Michele Geiger
phone: 859-344-3664
Requirements: Excellent computer skills, must be able to work with online classes, social media, and be familiar with Apple products
Description: Working with three faculty who teach online courses, student will be responsible for creating online quizzes, posting videos and slide shows, creating, correcting, and checking all online course content.

After School Assistant

Department: Community & Family Engagement
Hours: 3-6pm M-F, some weekends
Contact: Jennifer Kessel
phone: 859.816.1023
Requirements: Positive, friendly, energetic attitude. Must maintain good attendance. Experience in providing student-focused programming. Experience in after school programming preferred.
Description: • Program Assistant at Latonia Elementary will provide educational and enrichment activities for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Program Assistant will support the goals and objectives of the community learning center site, including the district-wide community learning center initiative of transforming schools into centers of community. • Maintain a safe and orderly environment. • Implement student discipline policy. • Attend required professional development throughout the year. • Be familiar with and implement policies and procedures. • Provide a positive place for children to come during out-of-school time hours. • Provide academic and/or enrichment activities for children to assist with meeting state testing goals. • Personally supervise children at all times to ensure safety. • Create and set-up activities as directed. • Provide proper record keeping as instructed. • Maintain a calm, patient and professional demeanor with students, families and staff. • Carry out other job related tasks as directed by site coordinator.

Accounting / Office Assistant

Department: Controller's Office
Hours: Flexible, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. M-F
Contact: Mark Goshorn
phone: 859-344-3356
Requirements: Some accounting knowledge, experience with MS Word and Excel, confidentiality of records
Description: Document scanning and filing, reconciliation of general ledger accounts, creation of routine journal entries, data entry.


Department: Facilities
Hours: Weekdays and Weekends
Contact: Doug Parker
phone: 344-3321
Requirements: Must be able to lift heavy items and operate equipment (snow blower, weed eater, etc).
Description: Position requires the ability to clean classrooms, offices and restrooms that includes sweeping, damp mopping, wiping windows, white boards and vacuuming. This candidate must also be able to complete basic grounds maintenance work such as grass cutting, raking leaves weeding gardens, weed eating, snow and trash removal. The operation of basic equipment such as vacuum sweepers, weed eaters, lawn mowers and automatic floor scrubbers may be required (on the job training will be provided).

IA Work Study

Department: Institutional Advancement
Hours: 10
Contact: Elizabeth Champ
phone: 3344
Requirements: Basic knowledge of Computer Programs Preferred - Word & Excel, phone skills, able to work 10 hours a week.
Description: Work Study position available in the Office of Institutional Advancement for ten hours a week. General office work to include: answering phones, filing, data entry, copying, and other duties as assigned. General knowledge of Word and Excel computer programs preferred. Able to work independently and demonstrate initiative. Please e-mail your resume at by Wednesday, Oct. 28 to be considered, or drop your resume off to me in the basement of the Saints Center.

Student Worker

Department: Institutional Research, Planning & Effectiveness
Hours: 5-7 hours per week
Contact: Tina Ryle
phone: 859-344-3665
Requirements: Confidentiality of records; Basic computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point); Ability to work independently after receiving directions; Knowledge of SPSS Statistics Software is preferred but not required;
Description: Data entry of student exam scores, student accomplishment data, and graduate employment data into a database; Preparation of testing materials for core testing and major field tests; Creating Excel files with survey results; Analysis of data in SPSS; Assist in documenting new office/reporting procedures; Copying and scanning documents;

Work Study

Department: Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Hours: 10 - 12 hours per week
Contact: Joyce Hamberg
phone: 859-344-3338
Description: Looking for someone who is skilled in the use of MYTMC; willing to learn the Foliotek data system; enter data on MAT Candidates; and other duties as assigned by the MAT Director. Candidate must communicate well orally and in writing. There is flexibility in hours worked. Business casual dress. This position reports to the MAT Director and MAT Administrative Assistant. Submit resumes to Nancy Matthews.

Student Assistant

Department: Nursing
Hours: Approximately 4 to 5 hours per week
Contact: Melissa Elliott
phone: 859-344-3508
Requirements: Must be a non-nursing major. Being dependable and attentive to detail is a must. ON-Base experience is a plus.
Description: Responsibilities will be primarily clerical: filing/scanning, typing hand-outs, assisting with projects as needed, and running errands. Please e-mail your resume or brief description of your background and strengths to Melissa Elliott at in addition to your hours of availability.

Athletic Training Office Assistant

Department: Nursing/Athletic Training
Hours: 5 hours per week
Contact: Brian Edwards
phone: 344-3528
Requirements: reliable/regular schedule/takes initiative as well as direction
Description: Student workers will be responsible for miscellaneous tasks in the athletic training lab, as well as filling and organization of administrative paperwork.

Student Engagement Assistant

Department: Student Life
Hours: 10/week (2 positions available)
Contact: Becky Mullins
phone: 859.344.3574
Requirements: Experience with social media. Applicant must be effective, responsible, and friendly. Graphic design or interest is a plus.
Description: Assist the Director of Student Engagement in promoting college programs with flyers, creative marketing, the SaintsLetter and maintaining social media accounts: @TMC_Students. May be asked to assist in planning events and working some college events.

TAP Work Study-Blue Ash

Department: TAP Blue Ash
Hours: 5-10 or more per week
Contact: Nathan Hartman
phone: 859-344-3602
Requirements: Must be able to work at least 5-6:30 two evenings per week.
Description: Position will require data entry, paperwork filing, and textbook distribution and returns, and other clerical duties as assigned by Blue Ash Site Administrator.

Student Worker

Department: VPAA/Dean of the College
Hours: 2pm - 4pm, M-F
Contact: Elizabeth Hoh
phone: ext. 3375
Requirements: Confidentiality is required. Customer service skills, basic computer skills, attention to detail, good organizational skills, dependable, personable/friendly, responsible, timely. Must be able to work independently.
Description: Work Study position available in the Office of the VPAA/Dean of the College for 10 hours a week, M- F, 2pm – 4pm. Confidentiality is a must! General office work to include: greeting and assisting visitors to our office, answering phones, filing, copying, scanning, and other duties as assigned. Please e-mail your resume to

Student Worker

Department: Writing Center
Hours: varies
Contact: Julie Daoud
phone: 859.344.3383
Requirements: excellent writing skills, is patient in interactions with peers, and is conversant with APA format.
Description: The Writing Center has a position available for 1-6 hours per week, beginning with the start of the Spring semester in January. All inquiries should be directed to Julie Daoud.