Employment

Set in the heart of the scenic Finger Lakes region of central New York, Wells College boasts a vibrant, diverse, and tight-knit campus community.

 

A Message from the Office of Human Resources
Please note: due to the coronavirus pandemic, all candidate searches, interviews, background checks and related activities have been placed on hold through the end of June 2020. Individuals who are interested in applying to any open positions, however, are still welcome to do so at this time. If you have any questions, please contact us at hr@wells.edu.

Our campus is centrally located and provides easy access to many metropolitan, cultural and educational centers, with a high concentration of outstanding colleges and universities in the area. The picturesque village of Aurora is 30 minutes from Ithaca; one hour from Rochester and Syracuse; two to three hours from Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Canada; and five hours from New York City. Read more about what it's like to work at Wells.

Most Wells employees live in one of six nearby counties and can choose from a variety of living environments, including larger metro areas, smaller cities, or the many neighboring villages and hamlets.

Full-time employees are eligible for a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Health, dental, and vision coverage
  • Basic and supplemental life insurance plans
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Paid time away, including 12 paid holidays and vacation days each year
  • Flexible work hours
  • Summer hours (four-day work week)
  • Dependent tuition benefits, including tuition remission at Wells and tuition exchange with other member institutions
  • Free parking and use of the fitness center, pool and other campus facilities
  • An Employee Assistance Program (E.A.P), which provides counseling for employees in need
  • All employees are eligible and have the option to join either Empower Federal Credit Union or Community Federal Credit Union, of which Wells is a member

Whether it's the great outdoors, family fun or the arts you're after, Aurora and its environs have something for everyone: you can kayak in Cayuga Lake; hike the surrounding nature trails; ski or golf at local courses and resorts; explore the many nearby state parks, stunning waterfalls and gorges and visit the region's many award-winning wineries, local craft breweries and delicious dining options—all within easy reach. We think you'll find Wells and its environs to be a most warm and wonderful place.

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CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Wells College is a small selective co-educational liberal arts college located in central New York. The College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons. Wells College seeks to promote diversity in all of its hires; under-represented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

To provide for the safety and welfare of Wells College students, faculty, staff and visitors, and to avoid unreasonable risk, for certain positions, the College will conduct a background check of persons prior to employment by the College, or other applicable affiliation with the College, consistent with applicable federal and New York State regulations. The College’s policy is consistent with State of New York’s policy to encourage the employment of persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses.

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2-Year Visiting Assistant Professor of Education

Wells College, a small liberal arts college located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, is seeking applications for two 2-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Education positions beginning August 2020, one with specialization in Special Education and one in Adolescence Education, both with the possibility of conversion to tenure-track. The Wells College Education Program provides pathways to initial teaching certification at the undergraduate level through the Inclusive Education Major (dual certification in Special Education and General Education Grades 1-6) or the Adolescent Education Program (certification in one of seven content areas, Grades 7-12) along with a minor in Education. In addition to teaching, faculty are responsible for advising students, supervising clinical field placements and student teaching, providing service to the major and college, and maintaining an active scholarship agenda.

Required Qualifications: An earned doctorate or ABD in special education, curriculum and instruction, or related fields from a nationally and/or regionally accredited institution or university; at least three years of successful experience working in K-12 public school classrooms with diverse student populations.

Desired Qualifications: Post-secondary teaching experience working with teacher preparation programs; experience supervising students in special education and/or adolescence education (preference for Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Physics, Social Studies or Spanish content specialty area) field experiences and student teaching placements; experience with national program reviews or national accreditation agencies such as the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP); experience with the edTPA and program assessment; expertise in educational technology, multicultural education, or culturally-relevant pedagogy. 

In this search, Wells College wishes to reinforce its commitment to increase faculty and staff diversity recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society.

Applications should be submitted online below and include in one PDF a cover letter, résumé, teaching statement, diversity statement, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on March 16th and continue until the positions are filled.

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

2-Year Visiting Assistant Professor in Sculpture & Ceramics

Wells College seeks a 2-year Visiting Assistant Professor in Sculpture & Ceramics, to begin Fall 2020.  Teaching responsibilities (equivalent to a 3-3 load) would include 3D Design, introductory courses in ceramics, junior and senior-level critique seminars, and possible introductory sculpture and special topics courses in the candidate’s area of specialty. Review of applications will begin April 1 and continue until the position is filled.

Required Qualifications:

  • MFA in Fine Arts or related field
  • Documented ability to teach introductory ceramics and sculpture courses
  • Ability to mentor upper-level student work in a range of disciplines
  • Experience teaching at the college level

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Interdisciplinary and innovative approaches to practice and teaching
  • Teaching experience beyond graduate school

Required Application Materials:

  • Cover letter
  • C.V.
  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • Diversity Statement
  • Portfolio of 15-20 Work Samples

Preferred Additional Application Materials:

  • Student Work Samples (if available) with corresponding assignment descriptions
  • Sample Syllabi or Special Topics Course Proposals

Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. Wells, which recently celebrated its 150th anniversary, helps students gain the knowledge, skills and experience to build their confidence and create their own unique path in life. With dozens of majors and minors available in the sciences, arts, humanities and pre-professional programs, Wells provides a purposeful curriculum and an immersive educational experience that is steeped in tradition. Students can also take advantage of 13 NCAA Division III athletic teams, 18 study-abroad programs; over 40 student-led organizations and clubs; and cross-registration agreements with Cornell University, Ithaca College and Cayuga Community College. Interested candidates may apply below. . In this search, Wells College wishes to reinforce its commitment to increase faculty and staff diversity, recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society.

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

Additional faculty openings will be posted as they become available.

Grounds Worker

Wells College seeks applicants for the fulltime position of Grounds Worker.  Duties include but are not limited to:  mowing, planting, trimming, snow removal, sweeping, raking and other manual duties related to grounds keeping.  Must possess a valid NYS license with no moving violations.  Candidates with previous experience maintaining athletics fields preferred.  Must have knowledge and mechanical abilities to operate and maintain various types of equipment; capable of working in high and/or confined spaces; able to work alone and as part of a team; willing to work in all types of weather, ability to understand and follow oral and written direction and willing to work nights and weekends as needed.  Qualified candidates are to apply on line on below. No phone calls please. Wells College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of (but not limited to) race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, sex, age, varying physical or mental abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, or political beliefs.  The College is also committed to compliance with all applicable laws regarding nondiscrimination.

 

Internal Candidates apply:  APPLY HERE

 External Candidates apply:  APPLY  HERE

Study Abroad Program Recruitment Specialist

Wells College seeks applicants for a full-time Study Abroad Program Recruitment Specialist for a three-year position with the possibility of continuation. Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, with a 40-year old study abroad program in Florence, Italy.

The Recruitment Specialist is responsible for increasing enrollment in the program over the course of a three-year period and assessing the potential of other educational sites for study abroad opportunities. Duties include but are not limited to develop marketing and recruitment strategies, develop and maintain websites and social media communications, and travel for recruitment and orientation purposes.

Applicants should have study abroad recruitment experience; budgeting, project directing, and marketing experience; project management skills; the ability to organize and carry out multiple tasks, and to delegate tasks as necessary; exceptional oral, presentation, and written skills; social media skills; excellent interpersonal skills; intercultural competency; ability to work with minimal supervision; ability to work with a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff; and ability to travel extensively using all modes of transportation. The position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree (though a Master's degree preferred); 5 or more years' experience in study abroad or international education; experience working in higher education environment; experience living, studying, or working abroad; multi-lingual proficiency (Italian preferred); and valid passport.

In this search, Wells College wishes to reinforce its commitment to increase faculty and staff diversity, recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society. The position does not require the successful candidate to be located in Aurora, NY, but it does require adequate internet connectivity at the remote location.

Applications should be submitted online below and include in one pdf file a cover letter, résumé, and contact information for three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled.

Internal Applicants Apply     HERE

External Applicants Appy     HERE

Custodian

Wells College seeks applicants for the full time position of Custodian. Duties include but are not limited to: routine manual work and special projects involving the overall care of on and off campus buildings and to insure a clean and safe environment for residents, faculty, staff and visitors. Successful candidate will be highly motivated, a self-starter and willing to work nights and weekends. Must be capable of moving heavy objects and occasionally lift at least 75lb. Valid NYS Drivers License with no current moving violations. Some previous experience preferred. Applications will be accepted electronically below. Candidates must include names and contact information of three professional references along with application materials.   The College is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all person regardless of (but not limited to) race, color, religions, ethic or national origin, sex, age, varying physical and mental abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, or political beliefs. The College is also committed to compliance with all applicable laws regarding non-discrimination. No phone calls please.

 

External Candidates Apply  Here

Internal Candidates Apply   Here

Security Officer

Wells College is seeking qualified candidates for full-time and part-time security officers.  Duties include but are not limited to: patrolling campus, traffic and parking control, first aid assistance and crime prevention.  Educational and Other Requirements: Associates Degree in Criminal Justice and/or equivalent experience in law enforcement or campus safety required; current NYS Security Guard License required; First Aid and CPR certification or the ability to obtain these certifications required; Must possess a valid New York State driver’s license with no current moving violations and/or convictions; Ability and flexibility to work all shifts and the ability to work weekends, holidays, special events.  Applicants should submit a single PDF containing a cover letter; résumé; and names, titles, and contact information for three references below.  Wells College is an EEO Employer committed to diversity. Minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply. No phone calls please. 

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

            

Resident Hall Director

Wells College seeks qualified applicants for the position of Resident Hall Director.  Reporting to the Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct, this individual has primary responsibility for the Resident Advisors and a comprehensive residential program which supports the mission, values and goals of Wells College. 

The role of Residence Life at a small, residential, liberal arts College is to complement the academic goals of the institution as well as the academic goals of individual students. Wells College offers individualized attention and care for our students, accomplished in part through living-learning communities that focus on holistically supporting autonomy, competence, inclusivity and engagement. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

The Resident Advisors Program:

  • Directly supervise student Resident Advisors (RA’s)
  • Recruit, hire, and train Resident Advisors under the supervision of the Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct. 

Community Development & Support:

  • Develop a meaningful, measureable residential learning program focused on student success and retention
  • Create programming opportunities to build engagement among students
  • Oversee processes for the repair of damages to individual rooms or common areas
  • Advise first year and sophomore class officers and class committees 

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate RA staffing and duty schedule
  • Act as a conduct hearing officer and participate in administrative conduct meetings
  • On-going policy review and revision in collaboration with Student Affairs staff, the Dean of Students, and Campus Safety & Security
  • Be present on-site at designated “high risk” campus events, such as dances and senior week
  • Participate in a professional staff on-call rotation, acting as a responder when necessary
  • Serve as a Title IX first responder when on duty and as Investigator when assigned
  • Perform other duties as assigned 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s in a related field preferred
  • Previous experience in Residence Life or Student Affairs is preferred.
  • Strongly prefer experience serving students from diverse socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds. 

Special Notes:

  • This position requires the staff member to live in the provided furnished on-campus apartment.  A meal plan is provided for the employee during the academic year when classes are in session.

 Applying:  To apply, a letter of application, resume and contact information for three professional references should be submitted online below.  Additional materials may be requested during the selection process.  Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled; review of applications will begin immediately. Telephone inquiries can be addressed to Emily Burt, Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct, at 315-364-3426. 

The College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of (but not limited to) race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, sex, age, varying physical or mental abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, or political beliefs.  The College is also committed to compliance with all applicable laws regarding nondiscrimination.

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

                                                                                

Director- Book Arts Center

Wells College seeks applicants for the full-time (10 – 12 month) position of  Director for the Book Arts Center. As Director, the successful candidate will possess a clear vision for a college Book Arts Center and will oversee all aspects of our vibrant and historic Book Arts Center. 

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining the Book Arts Center building and studio spaces
  • Managing the production and marketing of Wells College Press, including its annual chapbook contest
  • Running the annual Book Arts Summer Institute program
  • Contributing to the development and marketing of various programs, lecture series, special collections, and residencies
  • Managing budgets for the academic program, Wells College Press, and the Summer Institute
  • Collaborating with campus and local communities as well as regional book arts organizations
  • Seeking out and maintaining sources of outside funding
  • Working with the assistant director and academic coordinator to maintain and grow a robust academic Book Arts program
  • Maintaining website and social media accounts

Depending on experience, the successful candidate may make additional contributions to the Visual Arts Program through involvement with the String Room Gallery or involvement with the Visual Communication, Art History, Creative Writing, and Museum Studies majors and minors. 

The salary range for the position is $50,000-$54,000 depending on qualifications and contract length. 

Applicants for the position should have a minimum of a master’s degree or commensurate experience; excellent skills in binding, letterpress printing, papermaking, and/or printmaking; good interpersonal skills; successful teaching experience in both workshops and semester-long courses; a record of meeting deadlines; and a commitment to mentorship and collaboration. 

Review of applications will begin on February 7, 2020.  Interested candidates should apply online at https://www.wells.edu/employment and provide the following:

  • Cover letter
  • C.V.
  • List of three references with contact information
  • Sample of 5-10 works by the applicant
  • Diversity statement 

The Book Arts Center, established in 1993, is the oldest of three Centers for Excellence at Wells College. Rooted in the work of internationally renowned artist Victor Hammer, who founded the Wells College Press in 1941, the BAC continues his tradition of excellent craftsmanship and a focus on student engagement. The iron hand press he used is still in use today, complemented by nine Vandercook proofing presses and three platen presses that students and BAC staff use to create printed materials. The Center also boasts the Robert J. Doherty Typographic Laboratory, with over 400 cases of metal type and ornaments and 70 cases of wood type; the Jane Webster Pearce Class of 1932 Bindery, with professional-grade equipment and finishing tools for the study and practice of hand bookbinding; a scriptorium for calligraphy instruction; and a papermill for hand-papermaking with a Hollander beater and various equipment. The Book Arts Center is also home to a special collection library and archival materials and publications related to the study of Book Arts and book history. 

Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. Wells, which recently celebrated its 150th anniversary, helps students gain the knowledge, skills and experience to build their confidence and create their own unique path in life. With dozens of majors and minors available in the sciences, arts, humanities and pre-professional programs, Wells provides a purposeful curriculum and an immersive educational experience that is steeped in tradition. Students can also take advantage of 13 NCAA Division III athletic teams, 18 study-abroad programs; over 40 student-led organizations and clubs; and cross-registration agreements with Cornell University, Ithaca College and Cayuga Community College. More at wells.edu. In this search, Wells College wishes to reinforce its commitment to increase faculty and staff diversity, recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society.

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

Director of Student Activities and Leadership

Wells College seeks qualified applicants for the position of Director of Student Activities and Leadership.  Reporting to the Dean of Students, the Director is responsible for creating a comprehensive program of student activities and student leadership development; oversight of the New Student Orientation program and the College events management system; and the Sommer Center student union building.  

Requires a Master’s Degree and a minimum 2 years’ professional experience in higher education; ability to work effectively with students and student organizations; commitment to diversity and inclusivity; effective leadership and management skills; ability to coordinate programs with other college departments and to assess program effectiveness; effective verbal and written communication skills; ability to handle sensitive matters discreetly; knowledge of budget preparation and management; and ability to work independently with little supervision.  Willingness to live in the on-campus apartment provided for this position is preferred, but not required. 

Successful candidates will demonstrate a knowledge of student development theory and its application in a college setting; experience with the development of student leadership training programs; familiarity with onboarding strategies to help students successfully transition to college; experience organizing large-scale events; the ability to master software programs that pertain to the position (Presence and SchoolDude); experience with personnel supervision and budget management; and the ability to teach student development courses designed to help students adjust to campus life. 

Wells College is a small coeducational liberal arts college located in the village of Aurora, New York, which offers affordable, family-friendly living within a half hour's drive of Ithaca and within a 75-minute radius of Rochester, Syracuse and numerous other colleges and universities – an area rich in natural, educational and cultural resources. The current student body numbers about 500, 76% from NY State, and 32% identifying as students of color. 

Wells College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons. The College seeks to promote diversity in all of its hires to create a multicultural teaching, learning, and working environment; members of under-represented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.  

Applications should be submitted online below and include a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three references. All materials submitted should be in PDF. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.  Telephone inquiries can be made to Charles Kenyon, Dean of Students, at 315-364-3311. 

Internal Candidates Apply Here

 External Candidates Apply Here

 

 

Assistant Director of Annual Giving

Wells College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Director of Annual Giving. Primarily responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of annual giving programs to effectively broaden the base of support for the College.  Implement and promote donor outreach activities and communications to build better relationships with our constituents to resource the College and support the College’s mission and goals in conjunction with the Director and colleagues in Advancement. Work with the Director of Annual Giving in the implementation of the annual appeal for budget relieving support for the College.  Responsible for supporting volunteers, implementing recent alumni and undergraduate initiatives, and helping with broad-based annual giving initiatives such as direct mail, personal solicitation, social media and phonathon programs.  Work with the Director to expand, develop and implement comprehensive programs and involve and connect alumni to build stronger ties to the College and encourage attendance at College events, volunteer activity and financial support.

Duties include but are not limited to:

Solicitation Program

Plan and implement alumni solicitations. This includes helping to identify, recruit and manage giving volunteers, provide updates, follow up on requests, provide materials and coordinate solicitations and activities as needed. Maintain relationships with alums to provide the foundation for fundraising work.  Assist Reunion Class Chairs with solicitation efforts, including letter and e-mail campaigns.  Work with Advancement staff to ensure that individuals are solicited, and report progress. Ensure recognition of volunteer efforts as appropriate.  Oversee direct mail solicitation program, personal solicitation assignments, phonathon, and event components of annual giving campaign efforts; identification, recruitment, training and support of volunteers; analysis and evaluation of various solicitation efforts. Assist with updating of databases to monitor, discern and track the appropriate activities with various populations, such as volunteer recruitment, committee assignments, and donors. Record information updates and track contacts in notepad.  Plan and implement a Parents’ fundraising initiative, recruiting parent fund chairs and facilitating the personal solicitation of a select group of Wells parents. Coordinate solicitation and outreach efforts. Plan and implement a Faculty and Staff fundraising initiative, recruiting chairs and coordinating solicitation and outreach efforts. Develop and manage social media giving programs. Manage small portfolio of alumni donors/prospects and conduct 2-3 trips each semester to meet with volunteers and donors and or staff events. Implement cultivation and solicitation strategies with the Advancement team and ensure follow-up activities and stewardship with special attention to recent graduates, current students, parents and faculty and staff. Prepare and run reports for travel and prospect management. Personally solicit for annual gifts. Provide professional, confidential administrative support to the Office of Annual Giving.  Maintain complete files, materials and documentation regarding areas of responsibility within  annual giving activities and programs.

Phonathons

Plan and oversee phonathon solicitations, including fall and spring student efforts on campus. Recruit, hire, train, and supervise student managers and students callers. Prepare training materials and coordinate all event details for the phonathon sessions. Plan, implement, and evaluate strategies to reach phonathon goals, and ensure success for the program. Coordinate all aspects of the Student Phonathon Program, including development of an overall timeline, publicity, recognition for students, and analysis of program. Develop a working knowledge of various student organizations and academic programs.  Prepare and enter logic and run pledge cards. Manage program budget. Compile phonathon statistics and fulfillment results, analyze and prepare reports.  

Communications

Participate in implementation of College’s key communications with donors to include monthly e-newsletters, Express, Wells Notes, Donor Honor Roll and special constituency mailings. Maintain information and manage the process of responding to alumni and other individual requests. Monitor and update webpages and social media sites on a regular basis. Help support a strong alumni network using iModules.

Event Management

Help facilitate and coordinate alumni/faculty/staff/student involvement in College programs and events, including Reunion and Fall Weekend. Increase attendance and involvement of alumni at events to strengthen their affiliation with the College.

Other duties as assigned

Act as a first point of contact for constituent requests, research and respond to those requests in a timely manner.  Assist with the stewardship program, including the writing of thank you notes to donors. Supervise student employees, including assigning tasks and managing their time. Maintain accurate contact information in the database of record.

The ideal candidate should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and two or more years of experience in fundraising, with outstanding communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills with individuals at all levels of an organization. The candidate would have effective oral and written communication skills with both internal and external audiences, and must be able to work effectively with students and volunteers, and be comfortable with public speaking. The candidate should be proactive, detail oriented, highly motivated, and able to handle multiple and changing priorities, exhibiting excellent organizational and time management skills.  The candidate should have the ability to effectively represent the College and to work effectively in a team environment with a mix of alumni and colleagues. Ability to travel, work evenings, and weekends required. Volunteer management, fundraising, and/or phonathon experience a plus. Strong computer, data management, and analytical skills required, including knowledge of mainframe database operations and reporting. Working knowledge of Excel and Word required; intermediate or advanced Excel skills preferred. Experience in and/or knowledge of the principles and practices of fundraising preferred.

Wells College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons. The College seeks to promote diversity in all of its hires to create a multicultural teaching, learning, and working environment; members of under-represented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Applications should be submitted online below and include a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of three references. All materials submitted should be in PDF. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.  No phone calls please.

Internal Candidates Apply Here

External Candidates Apply Here

Positions are posted as they become available. Please check back often.

Student Employment Positions

The following positions are available for the 2019-20 Academic year

Athletic Center Front Desk Worker

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Athletic Event Assistant (6 positions available)

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Diversity and Inclusion Advocate (1 position available)

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Emily Howland After School Language Program (1 position available)

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Human Resources Office Assistant (1 position available)

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IT Help Desk Assistant

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Learning Support Services Peer Tutor (10 positions available)

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Learning Support Services - Writing Center (6 positions available)

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Math Clinic Assistant (3 positions available)

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Positions are posted as they become available. Please check back often.

Working at Wells
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