Atlas Assistant Manager
The Atlas Assistant Manager helps the Atlas manager manage the daily operations of the Atlas including scheduling, ordering stock, and creating drink recipes. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
Atlas Barista for Spring Quarter
The Atlas is hiring an additional Barista for spring quarter. An Atlas Barista makes and serves beverages such as coffee, tea, etc. They are responsible for taking customer orders and payments during their scheduled shifts.
The Atlas Manager is responsible for supervising activity within the Atlas, managing regular operations, communicating regular updates to the ASWWU Cabinet, and creating both short- and long-term strategic plans for The Atlas. This position is expected to work 10-15 hours a week.
Chief of Staff
This position is responsible for taking minutes at ASWWU meetings and working with the Administrative Assistants to help ASWWU pursue changes that will improve student life on campus. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
This position is responsible for producing a quality student paper that represents Walla Walla University’s student body and upholds the standards of Walla Walla University. This position is expected to work 8-10 hours a week.
Diversity and Wellness Officer
This position is responsible for communicating various perspectives of the student body to the ASWWU Cabinet and Walla Walla University’s administration and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committees. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
As a member of the executive branch of the ASWWU, this position is responsible for maintaining the financial health of ASWWU. This position of service pursues changes that will improve the quality of student life on campus. This position is expected to work 10-15 hours a week.
Human Resources Director
This position oversees all ASWWU employees timecards as well as approves department heads timecards. The HR Director is responsible for serving ASWWU through up-to-date record keeping, efficient hiring, maintaining payroll as well as overseeing the wellbeing of ASWWU employees by working closely with the ASWWU president and the University payroll. This position is expected to work 10-15 hours a week.
An individual in charge of designing page layouts for the school yearbook.
An individual responsible for overseeing the Marketing Department of ASWWU as well as Video, Photo, Web Design, and Mountain Ash. This individual will be responsible for communicating ASWWU’s activities and mission to the students of Walla Walla University using efficient marketing strategies and tools. This position is expected to work 8-10 hours a week.
Mountain Ash Head Editor
The Mountain Ash Editor is a creative and driven individual who oversees the production of the annual yearbook. This individual must have a strong design sense and be fluent in the Adobe suite. They must assemble a team to create a book that displays the events during the year and work with ASWWU Photo to include Mask photos. This position is expected to work 4-6 hours a week.
The Outdoors Director is in charge of managing the tread shed and its employees. This individual also plans and organizes outdoor events that the entire campus can enjoy including climbing expeditions, ski weekends, and car camping. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
The primary responsibility of the Head Photo Editor is to ensure that images are selected and edited for use by the various ASWWU departments. In this role the Head Photo Editor’s primary responsibility is to manage the photo department as well as take pictures at various events. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
Several individuals with knowledge of photography and related equipment that capture our memories.
The primary responsibility of the Video Head is to ensure that videos are shot and edited for use by the Marketing Department. In this role, the Video Head manages a team of videographers to produce high-quality videos that reflect the vision and image of the ASWWU. This position is expected to work 6-8 hours a week.
An individual who connects students by creating and maintaining web applications. Head of the web department who manages the general operations of the ASWWU website.
Several individuals who produce high-quality articles on a range of topics such as News, Sports, Opinion, Religion, etc.