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Student Jobs

Antioch students are given an opportunity to further enhance their classroom experiences by obtaining employment at a variety of job settings on campus. Please check back often for current job postings.

  • Summary of Position: The Antioch Farm Assistant will assist the Farm Manager and Student Crew Leaders in the operation of the Antioch Farm. Applicants must be available weekends and willing to work outside in all weather.

    Responsibilities:

    • Plant & animal care
    • Weed & pest management
    • Harvest, rinsing and weighing of produce
    • Bed preparation & composting
    • Other responsibilities that support the... Read more
  • Summary of Position:  The Antioch College Events Committee Coordinator is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all events on campus. It is a paid, quarterly position. The coordinator will assist the performance of events by Independent Groups and others on campus. Such events may include: dances, fundraisers, dinners, field trips, speakers, performances, workshops, residence hall activities, symposia, etc. The Events Committee Coordinator will work to... Read more

  • Summary of Position:

    The Antioch College Student Space Coordinator works with the office of community life, Community Council and the Events Committee to support student events on campus. It is a paid, quarterly position. The Student Space Coordinator may also be required to help with organizational tasks, filing, and research to assist the office of Community Life and/or Community Council as needed.

    Responsibilities:... Read more

  • Summary of Position:  This position is responsible for assisting in the successful operation of the IT function in accordance with the strategic plan and the mission and vision of the College.  The Helpdesk Analyst I works closely with other individuals in the Office of Information Technology to ensure the College’s technology (software and hardware) is performing properly and that hardware, software, and systems outages are analyzed, addressed, and remedied as... Read more