Job Opportunities

Becoming a student worker is a great way to gain work experience to build your resume. Working in the BAS Computer Lab gives you opportunities to gain a variety of experience and skills. We are always looking for dedicated, hard-working individuals who are willing to go the extra mile and fulfill job positions with excellence. 


Check out what our ex-students are saying about working in the lab. We have two types of positions available: Lab Assistants and Graduate Assistants.

Lab Assistants                                                 

General Information

  • Must be enrolled in at least 12 hours during Fall/Spring
  • Must be enrolled in at least 3 hours during at least one Summer session
  • Must participate in the Student Technology Assistant (STA) training program
    • Must complete Level 1 during first semester of work to continue employment
    • Optional to complete Level 2 & Level 3 to receive pay increases
  • Lab Assistants pick working hours based on seniority, however, we reserve the right to schedule lab assistants to meet the needs of the lab.
  • Lab Assistants may be scheduled to work late night hours, overnight hours and/or weekend hours. 

 Desired Qualifications

  • Dependable
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Customer service skills
  • Good attitude
  • Ability to enforce lab policies
  • Ability to move boxes/equipment to/from storage or offices
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office

Complete the Lab Assistant Application Form and we will contact you when a job opening becomes available.  Should you have further inquiries, please contact us.

Graduate Assistants

General Information

  • Twelve(12) month position offered
  • Tuition Paid
  • Monthly Paycheck
  • Excellent working environment
  • Flexible Hours - nights and weekends available
  • Start working Fall, Spring, or Summer
  • Must be a graduate student in good standing with University.

 Desired Qualifications

  • Excellent work ethic
  • Ability to:
    • plan, organize and prioritize
    • to follow directions, instructions and procedures
    • make decisions and solve problems
    • obtain, process and analyze data
    • work individually and in a team
    • ablility to move boxes/equipment to/from storage or offices 
  • Highly motivated, self-starter, and team work oriented
  • Graduate assistants are required to work a combination of day, late night hours and/or weekend hours.
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Proficiency with hardware/software, configuration and troubleshooting
    • Printers, drivers, etc
    • Windows OS and applications: installs, configuration and troubleshooting
    • Networking, TCP/IP, Active Directory, and Group Policies
  • It's All About Teamwork (Dam Sanker) - what we look for in our employees...
    • Intellectually Curious, Collaborative, Communicative
    • Committed, Dependable, Competent, Discipline
    • Enthusiastic, Persistent, Flexible
    • Prepared, Intentional

Bring completed Graduate Application and resume to the University Computer Lab at BAS office (BAS S137D) or contact us.