Eagle Employment is our online career center database that allows you to search for all part-time employment needs such as on-campus jobs (wage and work-study), off-campus jobs, temporary jobs, and summer jobs.


Also, search Eagle Employment for professional positions, cooperative education and intern opportunities. Through Eagle Employment, you can post resumes in a profile to be viewed by employers, search the employer database and view On-Campus Interview schedules.


To login to your Eagle Employment account, click   EAGLE EMPLOYMENT LOGIN.

If you need assistance accessing your account, please contact Career Services at 601.266.4153.


How to search – We post all part-time employment opportunities on our online career center, Eagle Employment. Here you are able to:

  • Search jobs in the category of your liking (work-study, wage or off campus).
  • Get more information about the job(s) you are interested in. Details including salary, qualifications, description, work schedule and location.
  • Learn how to apply for the job of your choosing. We do not place students in a job, we only provide information about job availability. It is up to the student to apply and follow up with the position.
  • To create a 'Job Agent' and receive job e-mail alerts, create a job search in your Eagle Employment profile, at the top of the results will be a (Email me New Jobs for this Search) option, click on that and it will ask you to name that search and save. You will be notified by email when new listings come in that meet your search criteria.

Student Jobs

Jobs classified as “On-Campus (Wage)” are available to any and all students. These jobs vary in salary, but most pay minimum wage. These jobs are located on campus, usually in departments, and you are limited to working 20 hours per week.  Jobs located on campus are very desirable for students because of the convenience of location, and general flexibility.

Jobs classified as “Part-Time/Off Campus” are available to any and all students. These jobs are located off campus and also vary in salary, beginning at minimum wage. The benefits of working off campus are a higher salary, and more working hours (you are not limited to 20 hours per week). There are a tremendous amount of employment opportunities in the community, everything from babysitting to clerical work and manual labor to food service. 

Student Employment also offers “Odd Job” opportunities. These jobs are short-term and usually only require a few hours to complete.

Work-study is a federally funded program that provides universities with money for students who qualify based on financial need. This program allows students to gain valuable work experience, on campus, that helps fund their education while working towards their degree.

Five Steps to Work-Study

1. Apply for work-study in the Financial Aid Office in Kennard-Washington Hall, room 101.

2. Students will receive a letter that states how much assistance they have been awarded. Students can also check award status in SOAR.

3. Pick up work-study assignment sheet in the Human Resources/Student Employment office in McLemore Hall, room 301. Make sure to bring bank information.

  • Must bring one of the following:
    • Voided check
    • Documentation from bank, with routing number and account number

4. Once you have obtained your work-study assignment sheet, search Eagle Employment, our online job database, by clicking on Student Login found on our homepage. You can also access the Eagle Employment Student Login at the bottom of this page.

5. Jobs classified as “work-study” are only available to those students who have received a work-study award. You may also inquire within departments on campus to find work-study jobs.

Once hired, the department that hires you will need to complete and sign the bottom section of the work-study assignment sheet. You must return this work-study assignment sheet to Student Employment and complete an I-9 form, on or before your first day of employment. You will need to bring a photo ID proving identity AND proof of citizenship.

  • Proof of identity could be one of the following. To see a complete list of acceptable documents go to the I-9 Form and refer to page 5.
    • Driver’s license
    • School ID
    • Military ID
  • Proof of citizenship (Must be original – no copies)
    • Social security card
    • Passport
    • Birth Certificate

You have access to all job postings through Eagle Employment.  

Non-discrimination policy

The University of Southern Mississippi offers students equal access to all educational and programmatic activities that the university sponsors.  Students and employees participating in any University-sponsored program – including exchange programs, study abroad, cooperative learning experiences, field placement internships or student teaching – retain all rights and privileges in these off-campus experiences.   Similarly, they also are responsible for all university codes of conduct, including consensual relationships, alcohol use, etc. 

Employees and students who believe they are being treated differently in these settings because of age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation or disability status may contact the USM Office of Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity for assistance. This office may be contacted in the following ways:

Email the director at:

Call the office at: 601-266-6118

Visit our website at:

Stop by the office at: 310 McLemore Hall on the Hattiesburg campus