Student Jobs

Student Jobs in Biology

The following student jobs are routinely hired during the academic years in the Biology Department. If you are interested., please contact the supervisor listed below about openings and hours available. all jobs require that an SEP hiring form be submitted by the supervisor and that the student goes to the SEO to fill out required IRS paperwork allowing the student to work on campus. Students must obtain a Bates Work Card from the SEO before they can be hired. In addition, most positions require Title IX TrainingTA and TWA positions also require FERPA Training. The Title IX office and SEO handle these trainings, and they are generally offered at the beginning of each term through the ARC.

Laboratory Teaching Assistants
TA  positions are hired by application directly to the Biology Department
Contact: Larissa Williams (

Technical Writing Assistants (TWAs)
TWA candidates are recommended by the Biology Department to the ARC. Students may work both as a TA and a TWA for a specific course. Students may also work as a TWA through the ARC.

General care of plants in our collection and for lab use.
Mark Lessard (
Carnegie 521

Animal Care Facility
General care of research animals.
Mary Hughes (
BSC 185 – x6942

Dishwashing /Stockroom
Washing glassware and restocking stockroom supplies.
Sonya Locke (
BSC 187 – x6112