Student Employment

Located near the center of campus, the Russell House University Union complements the academic experience through an extensive variety of cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs. The Russell House staff provides event and facility management, advisement, and program support for campus-wide organizations.  Students play a vital role in the daily operations of the Russell House and we are proud to offer many positions for student employment. Click on the positions below to see their job descriptions:

Building Attendant

The Building Attendant will set up meeting rooms, ballroom, and outdoor space with the necessary chairs, tables, audio/visual aids, and other equipment according to the requests submitted to the Reservations Office.  Evening and weekend work is required and applicant must be a full-time student in good academic standing.
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Information Center Attendant

The Information Center Attendant provides information concerning events, activities, and services throughout the University community. In addition, the staff operates the following services: lost and found, printing, faxing, and ticket sales. Evening and weekend work is required and applicant must be a full-time student in good academic standing.
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Gameroom Attendant

The Gameroom Attendant checkouts equipment, rings up sales, and provides information concerning events, activities, and services throughout the University community. The Game Room Attendant on duty is responsible for the operations, equipment, and furnishings at all times, making sure the equipment and furnishings are not abused and that normal operating procedures are observed.  Evening and weekend work is required and applicant must be a full-time student in good academic standing.
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Event Services Assistant

Event Services Student Assistants act in a front line reception capacity for the Russell House administration area (Suite 218) by providing desk coverage, answering phone calls and directing calls to members of the suite and building, as well as general office support (filing, copying, etc.). They also provide support directly to the Event Services Coordinator. These duties include management of the Event Management System (EMS) software, booking and confirming reservation requests, managing space, planning and executing signature events (such as Study Union and Carolina Welcome) and event planning for the University Community.
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Leadership and Service Advocate

Leadership and Service Advocates (LSA) are student workers and leaders who play an integral role in the planning, marketing, and promotion of the various programs and initiatives run out of the Leadership and Service Center. Selected LSAs are students with a variety of campus involvement who demonstrate a commitment to the leadership development and community service within the Carolina and Columbia communities.

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Graphic Designer

Positions are filled for fall.

To apply for any of these positions, please click here to fill out an online application.