All applicants for student employment must complete tax forms, provide social security card, and picture ID to the Student Payroll Staff in the Dilworth Building. These forms and identification must be presented to the student payroll staff before pay information can be processed for any and all work performed by the student.
For further information contact the Student Payroll Office at (717) 872-3018.
Please click on the link below for the job you wish to apply for. Once you click on the link you will be prompted to sign in to "Get Involved @ MU" follow the steps to successfully register.
1) Click on the job you wish to apply for
2) Click on “Log In”
3) Use your MyVille username and password to log in
4) Complete the registration information
5) Once logged in, you will be able to fill out and submit application for approval
The current intramural staff consists of Building Supervisors, Intramural Supervisors, Intramural Supervisors in Training, Sport Officials, Scorekeepers, and Office Assistants.
Current available employment opportunities are Sport Officials and limited Scorekeeper positions.
We are hiring Sport Officials in the basketball, dodgeball, field hockey, flag football, soccer (outdoor soccer in fall semester and indoor soccer in spring semester), softball, and volleyball.
No prior experience is required.
Paid training ($7.25) and flexible hours continue to attract applicants to the intramural staff.
Mandatory training dates can be viewed on page one on this PDF link: Sport Official Training Dates
Hours of work are generally 8:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. Sunday through Thursday.
Intramural staff learn numerous transferable skills such as increased communication skills, conflict management, problem solving, and managing diverse people, situations, and games. Following policies, enforcing intramural rules, and maintaining sportsmanship within an enjoyable competitive environment is the most important part of the intramural staff.
After hiring and continious satisfactory employement, intramural employees have numerous opportunities for advancement.
Ropes Course Facilitators
Ropes Course Facilitiators are needed to supervise the Millersville University Ropes Course. No prior experience is necessary as all ropes course facilitators go through extensive training. The MU Ropes Course is comprised of 12 high elements and 11 low elements. Ropes Course Facilitators are responsible for ensuring a safe and challenging program for all participants in any of the ropes course activities. Typical hours for ropes course facilitators are 4 – 6 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and flexible weekend hours depending on group scheduled needs.