Job Listings

All currently available on-campus student jobs are posted on this website and can be viewed by searching the navigation menu of this page. You can review each of the posted job listings and contact the person listed on the job posting directly. Please visit our Finding a Job On Campus page for more information regarding on-campus student employment guidelines.

When clicking on each summer or academic year job listings page, students can view each available position, along with the corresponding hourly pay rates, detailed description of duties and responsibilities, and the professional skills and competencies they can build in their student employment role. For more information on the types of professional skills and competencies students can build in their student employment role, please refer to the ʲٳɱٱ. Eagle Path helps students translate skills they are learning in their student employment jobs to the world of work after graduation.

All newly-hired student employees must complete the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification requirement no later than the first day of employment. The Form I-9 is completed in the Office of Student Services. For more information on required onboarding documents, please visit our New Hires page.

Need assistance with writing a resume?

The Career Center has plenty of resources and advice to help you succeed in your on-campus job search. To help you make a strong impression with your application materials, review the online resources available on the Career Center's website, including tips on writing great cover lettersԻ resumes and a list of extensive interviewing tips. Specialized career coaches are also available throughout the year to meet individually for drop-ins or appointments.

Students with Federal Work-Study (FWS) awards are eligible to work off campus through the Off-Campus FWS Program, and students can apply for any available off-campus FWS opportunities listed on the navigation menu. Students working through this program are employees of Boston College and will be paid directly by the University. 

If you are interested in working through our Off-Campus FWS Program, you must apply for financial aid and receive Federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid award in a given employment period (Academic Year and Summer). For questions about FWS eligibility, please contact your assigned financial aid counselor.

Students with available FWS funds and/or qualifying organizations interested in participating in this program should refer to Finding a Job Off Campus and Information for Employers for more information and process for approval.

Any newly-hired students working through this program must complete the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification requirement no later than the first day of employment if they have not previously worked for ϱ. The Form I-9 is completed in the Office of Student Services. Students working through this program must also complete their Off-Campus FWS Hire/Rehire Form for each employment period they are being hired (Academic Year and Summer), have it signed by their off-campus agency supervisor, and submit it to our office for review and processing. For more information on required onboarding documents, please visit our New Hires貹.