One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Information Technology TechStop Counter


Full Time Employment

Full-time employment information is available on the Human Resources Job Openings page listing staff position openings.

Student Employment

Information Technology uses some student workers as lab assistants, technicians, and network assistants. Lab assistants work in the public labs answering software questions, stocking paper and toner, and performing other miscellaneous tasks. Technicians perform repairs on dorm and lab computers under supervision of our full-time technicians.

Students generally work 8-10 hours per week. Lab assistants must be willing (and able) to work some weekends. Currently, student workers start at minimum wage rates.

Students who wish to work for Information Technology should review Financial Aid's Jobs on Campus and follow the instructions there for completing a student employment profile.