Thank you for considering an employment opportunity with Texas A&M University Student Health Services!
We look forward to receiving your application.
Student Health Services employs over 100 staff members, ranging from professional staff to student employees. Below, please find information on professional employment and student employment positions throughout the clinic.
Full- and part-time employment opportunities can be found on the Texas A&M University career site.
To access the career site, visit the following link: jobs.tamu.edu.
Student employment opportunities can be found on the Jobs for Aggies website. Please fill out the Student Employment Application form, review the New Student Employee Statement of Understanding, and submit both completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver to the front desk/check-in area of the A.P. Beutel Health Center.
Forms available here:
For detailed information regarding each unit’s student worker employment responsibilities, please select the unit’s respective tab below.
The Business Office Student Coordinator responsibilities include:
- Daily Cashier Reconciliation
- Purchasing and Receiving, including deliveries to departments within the Student Health Center
- Processing payments
- Preparing invoices for payment
- Sorting and allocating daily mail
- Monitoring inventory and office supply stock in the Business Office
- Serving as backup to the Business Office staff for processing insurance claim denials and payments
- Assisting with other general Business Office duties
The Clinic Assistant Student Workers are trained and placed at the following units: Registration, Patient Services, Preventive Medicine and Triage.
Responsibilities and expectations vary per unit but can include:
- Answering the Student Health Services (SHS) main phone line
- Answering routine questions about SHS
- Transferring calls to the appropriate unit
- Medical Record handling / scanning in to EMR
- Check-out patients
- Collect payments by debit / credit card
- Send / Receive faxes
- Face-to-Face customer service with patients seeking walk-in appointments
- Use critical thinking and problem solving skills to determine best option for patient
- Schedule walk-in patients with appropriate provider
Applications for this position must also include a Cover Letter.
For available EMS Student Worker positions, visit the EMS employment webpage at ems.tamu.edu/employment.
The Laboratory Student Worker responsibilities and expectations include:
- Able to perform phlebotomy
- Process samples, including operation of centrifuges
- Perform clerical duties utilizing Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and Point and Click EMR system
- Greet and assist patients upon arrival
- Educate patients on collection of samples
- Fax results as appropriate
- Perform maintenance of equipment
- Have good phone etiquette
- Have good communication and customer service skills
Due to unforeseen circumstances, applications will remain closed until March 2021.
The Student Worker Nursing Assistant position is an entry level position, providing direct patient care, in a clinical setting. It is targeted to those students interested in obtaining a career in healthcare as a nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or physician.
This position requires commitment and dedication as you become an integral part of our team. Please review the New Student Employee Statement of Understanding prior to applying for the position to assure you are ready for the challenge.
Daily Routine Tasks:
- Obtaining vital signs, heights, and weights; obtaining patient history and documenting in the electronic medical record; stocking exam rooms
- Common procedures include: EKG, ear irrigation, orthopedic supply fitting (crutches, braces, slings) and instruction, set up and assisting with minor procedures
- After reviewing the Statement of Understanding, submit a signed copy with your application and resume to email@example.com. You will receive an email confirmation acknowledging that we have received your application. Further details of the interview process will be provided in the email.
- Student Worker Nursing Assistant interviews will be conducted in January and February
- You must be available during the summer months to work and complete the nursing orientation
- Higher consideration will be given to students who are able to work in 4-8 hour increments
- Must be able to commit to at least 12 hours per week
- All student applicants are interviewed and chosen based on credentials, experience, the interview, and availability for orientation and staffing coverage
Preparation for Employment:
- Any first aide courses, CPR, medical terminology classes, as well as previous job experiences will help to prepare you in the student worker nursing assistant position
The Physical Therapy Student Worker responsibilities include:
- Clerical duties utilizing excel and Point and Click programs for patient care
- Clerical duties to include copying, fax, doctor letters, etc.
- Phone use to include message and transfer responsibilities
- Input appropriate information into study spreadsheets
- Assist PT with patient care when needed
- Overall cleanliness of clinic to include hydrocollator, paraffin bath, etc.
- Proper care and operation of equipment
- Supplying and changing linens when needed
- Create and update patient flowsheets
- Assist PT with delegated tasks
The Radiology Student Worker responsibilities and expectations include:
- General clerical duties, including:
- Utilizing Point and Click and eRad
- Check-in of patients, copying forms, faxing reports and taking accurate messages
- Copying images to a disk and entering charges when needed
- Phone usage to answer questions and make appointments
- Supply and fold linen, when needed
- Ability to assist with other delegated task, as needed
- Become familiar with all Ultrasound Prep instructions
- Have good communication skills and be able to transfer calls to appropriate areas