Employment Opportunities in Student Affairs
FULL TIME POSITIONS
The University of Louisville is an exciting academic community of people whose ideas and work make outstanding contributions to Kentucky and the nation. Come join our team! Visit our Office for Human Resources for additional employment resources and opportunities.
There are currently no positions open with Student Affairs - Please visit the Office for Human Resource for University wide openings
OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
The University of Louisville has a number of departments that offer challenging and responsible graduate employment opportunities for students whose goal is to work in the college or university student support field. Graduate assistantships provide experience and training in student affairs departments as well as other university support services, and serve as a practical application of your academic program.
The individual departmental position descriptions include job expectations, requirements, compensation, and contact information. Please feel free to contact the University staff persons listed on the individual descriptions for further information about the specific positions.
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS
Our Career Development Center serves as the main point of contact for all on campus and off campus employment opportunities. The Career Development Center uses a powerful on line Career Management System called "Cards CareerLink" to maintain job listings and make it easy for students to locate and apply for jobs. To access the Cards CareerLink students are asked to register and set up an account within the system. You will receive a email confirmation within in 1 or 2 business days that outlines what you need to do to enter the system and begin search for employment opportunities.
If you need assistance with Cards CareerLink please feel free to contact the UofL Career Development Center at 502-852-6701.
The Division of Student Affairs offers a variety of internship opportunities for students within the School of Education. Select one of the departments listed below to see what types in internships they have available. Internships are non paid positions and adhere to the policies and procedures of the UofL School of Education as well as the student's enrolled department.
The Counseling Center provides a number op practicum opportunities for students enrolled in an appropriate department. Contact the Counseling Center for additional information.