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Apply for Summer Employment with Conference Services

Rider University Conference Services hires energetic students looking for the opportunity to live and work on campus during the summer months. 

  • Build your leadership, organizational, communication and customer relations skills  
  • Earn an hourly wage along with residence hall housing and discounted meal plan
  • Work schedule can be coordinated around summer classes

Conference Office Assistant
The Conference Office Assistant is a part-time, temporary summer position. Office Assistants are hired to provide support to summer camps and conferences which includes providing outstanding customer service to all participants and maintaining an organized site office. Successful candidates will work under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Conference Services.
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Summer Conference Assistant
The Summer Conference Assistant is a part-time, temporary student position with Conference Services at Rider University. He/she works under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Conference Services. Summer Conference Assistants are hired to provide support to summer camps and conferences.
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Download Application for Assistant positions

For priority consideration, applications are due March 1, 2019.  Applications should be emailed to [email protected] or dropped off at the Auxiliary Services Office, SRC second floor.


Rider Auxiliary Services is also hiring a Graduate Assistant to begin a 2 year position in May 2019  
The Graduate Assistant for Auxiliary Operations is responsible for the daily managing of the Information Desk staff, including: hiring, training, and scheduling.  Additionally, this position assists with event management and oversight of the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC).  This position is required to work up to 20 hours per week during the semester with a flexible schedule that may include late night and weekend hours and on-call responsibility.  The Graduate Assistant must be available to work during winter break, spring break, and summer up to 40 hours per week.  The Graduate Assistant must be enrolled in a graduate program at Rider University and will receive hourly pay, on-campus housing, and tuition for two classes (six credit hours) in each the fall semester and spring semester.  This is a two year graduate assistant position. 

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Download Application for Graduate Assistant position   Application deadline is extended until Feb 22, 2019.