Work-Study Openings

Work-Study Openings

 

 

Job Posting Job Description/Skills Supervisor /Contact 570-208-5900 (ext.#)

Grad Division

Summers/FA15/SP16

Only local students should apply.  Position is also for the summer.

Typical office support help, mass mailing, filing, etc.

Federal Work Study eligible

Briget Ford

ext.  5991

Career Planning and Placement

Summer15/Fall15/Spring16

Assist with clerical duties, process job leads, perform data entry, assist in mailings. 

Computer and writing skills required.

Federal work study eligible.

Korie Munley

ext. 5913

# of openings - 1

 

Physician Assistant Studies

Summer 2015

Fall 15/Spring 16

Location:  King's on the Square

Data entry, filing, general office work, archiving records, assisting faculty with filing, filling lab supplies and photo copying.

Word and Excel.

Cannot be a student in the Physician Assistant Program

Federal Work Study eligible.

Pam Wiernusz

ext. 5738

King's on the Square

# of openings - 1

Residence Life

Summer 15

Fall 15/Spring 16

 

Filing, typing, run errands, process King's Cash and other deposits.  Must be willing to stick to weekly schedule.

Must be friendly, helpful and dependable.

Hours are flexible between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Approx. 6 hours per week

 

 

 

Megan Sellick

Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center

ext. 5656

# of openings - 2

BUSINESS OFFICE - DARLENE

SUMMER/FA15/SP16

General office work.

Data entry, billing, mailings, etc.

 

Federal work study eligible.

Darlene Gavenonis

ext. 5835

# of openings - 1

ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

Fall 15/Spring 16

SUMMER  (dates May 2015 through August 2015):  Students aides will be responsible for greeting and registering incoming freshman and their parents, directing students to appropriate campus locations, transporting files to and from the Academic Advisement Office, distributing files to appropriate advisors, photocopying planners, files, etc., placing and removing signage from designated locations each day, running errands, filing completed student files, and other duties as assigned.

Seeking courteous, dependable, outgoing, and detail oriented student aides.

Note:  It is imperative that students report to work on time each day.  If unable to work a particular day, the student aide must give a 24 hour advanced notice to the supervisor.

Approx: 20-35 hours per week.

 

FALL15/SPRING16:  Student aide will be responsible for providing customer service to students, faculty, and prospective families.  Student aide must maintain confidentiality, have a positive attitude, have ability to motivate self and others, demostrate strong communication skills, be computer proficient with Excel and Word, have a professional demeanor, be open to learning new skills and be detail oriented.  Normal office duties include copying, filing, answering phones, running errands, processing paperwork, and preparing mailings.

The supervisor will complete a 60 day initial review to provide feedback to the student aide on performance and an end of semester review will occur thereafter.

Approx:  8-10 hour per week.

Federal work study eligible

John Kratz

Director of Academic Advisement

570-208-5872

Fall/Spring opernings - 2

HISTORY DEPARTMENT

FALL 15/SPRING16

Student aide needed to help develope and maintain files which are part of a "digital stories" project from a study abroad program.  Student would be collating files and working with web design software to create a web site highlighting the work.

Federal Work Study eligible

Cristofer Scarboro

ext. 5637

# of openings - 1

Human Resources Dept.

Fall 15/Spring 16

Basic office work.  Word and Excel.

Good organizational and communication skills required.

Federal Work Study eligible.

Veronica Giamusso

ext. 5902

# of openings: 3

CAREER PLANNING

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

FALL15/SPRING 16

Responsibilities will include such tasks as creating and maintaining files for interns, working with databases and updating spreadsheets, photocopying paperwork associated with the Internship Program, electronic reporting, etc.  Additional projects or tasks not listed here can be assigned at any time as directed by the entire Office of Career Planning staff; however primary responsibility will be to assist with The Internship Program.

Work study students are required to report changes to their work schedule to their supervisor, via telephone, with at least a 24 hour notice.

Federal work study eligible.

Kelly Lettieri

Assistant Director for Internships

ext. - 5475

# of openings - 1

MASS COMMUNICATIONS

FALL 15/SPRING 16

 

Mac Computer Lab & Production Assistant

Student will trouble shoot, maintain, and check in and out video and sound equipment, maintain computers in MC 409, and will assist students with television studio and field production.

Knowledge of video equipment, cameras, and video editing software.

Federal work study eligible.

Scott Weiland, Ph.D

MC 409 $ HDTV Studio

ext. 5202

# of openings - 4

McGowan School of Business

Summer  15

Fall15/Spring16

Clerical work.

Typing, filing, making copies, computer entry, mailings, and errands.

Federal Work Study eligible

Mary Bowditch

ext. 5624/5700

# of openings

Fall15/Spring16 - 2

ATHLETIC OFFICE

SUMMER 15

FALL15/SPRING16

 

Run errands across campus, distribue mail in coaches' mailboxes, office work. 

Computer skills.

Summer - approx. 20 hours per week

Fall/Spring - approx. 6 hours per week

Federal Work Study eligible

Carol Shillabeer

ext. 5855

Scandlon Gym - new building

 

Library - Reference

Fall15/Spring16

Shelves reference books and other material, reads shelves to ensure reference books are in proper call number order, dusts and straightens reference books and shelves, assists students with basic reference questions, maintains paper levels and troubleshoots printers, photocopies material, files material, writes book order cards, and performs other duties as assigned by the reference librarians.

Skills:  Intelligence, sense of responsibility, accuracy, ability to take direction, good judgment, common sense and initiative.  Ability to dust, lift and/or move heavy reverence books (20-25 lbs).

Federal Work Study eligible

Jordan Shane

ext. 5651

# of openings - 2

Registrar's Office

Fall15/Spring16

Sort and file student records, locate files (current, archived and graduate), help with mass mailings, answer phones, occasional front desk duties, and other duties as assigned.

Skills:  Confidentiality, accuracy, dependable, and communication skills.

Elaine Klukoske

ext. 5471

# of openings - 1

McGowan School of Business

Fall15/Spring16

Clerical work.

Typing, filing, making copies, computer entry, mailings, and errands.

Mary Bowditch

ext. 5624/5700

# of openings

Fall15/Spring16 - 2

Community Service Jobs - off Campus - Transportation may be provided

Fall 15/Spring 16

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SHOVAL CENTER

Fall 15/Spring 16

Off campus Community Service jobs in schools, soup kitchen, local library, children services center, etc.  Contact the Shoval Center for more information on Community Service job openings and if tranportation would be porvided.

Federal Work Study eligible

 

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Assist Staff with various programs, including transcript recognition, community based work study, Hunger for Justice Week, SERVE Programs, etc. 

Basic computer skills, friendly and outgoing personality.

Approx. 6 hours per week.  Schedule flexible during normal weekday hours.

Federal Work Study eligible

Maura Modrovsky

Community Service

ext. 5915

# of openings - 15

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Shoval Center

# of openings - 2

 

Library - Technical Services

Fall15/Spring16

 

Technical Services Department

Verifies new titles upon receipt against purchase order and vendor invoice; performs simple bibliographic verification; alphabetizes and files book order cards; files completed vendor invoices and correspondence.

Processes new books, inserting book pocket, bookplate (where applicable), affixing call number labels, and applying property stamp; inserts security beepers into book pockets; changes status of new books in automated library system; checks call number assigned to new books in automated library system; puts barcodes on new books; occasionally types call number labels; mends books; stamps withdrawn books and packs them for recycling or disposal; performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills:  Intelligence/sense of responsibility, accuracy, ability to take direction, good judgment, motivation and initiative.

Schedule:  Monday - Friday (between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.)

Federal Work Study eligible

 

 

Adam Balcziunas, Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian

ext. 5644

Study Abroad

Fall 15/Spring 16

~  Greet students and collect contact information from interested students

~  Assist in the study abroad fair event and other events on campus throughout the year

~  Develop marketing materials and promote study abroad programs

~  Provide administrative support to Study Abroad Director and Faculty-Led Coordinator

Skills:  Needs the be familiar with Macrosoft Publisher and Excel

Approx. 5 hours per week

Schedule : Monday - Friday.  between 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

                

Federal work study eligible

 

Megan Borsuk

or

Renata Evan

Study Abroad Office

112 N. Franklin Street

ext. 5986

# of openings - 1

Academic Skills Center (ASC)

Office Duties

Fall 15/Spring 16

 

The ASC coordinates tutoring, test proctoring, accommodations for students with disabilities, and learning strategy sessions for the King's College community.  Student Aide will cordially provide customer service to students, faculty, and prospective families.  The student aide will complete data entry on a weekly basis.

Student aide must maintain confidentiality, positive attitude, ability to motivate self and others, strong communication abilities, computer proficiency with Excel and Word, professional demeanor, be open to learning new skills and be detail oriented.

The supervisor will complete a 60 day initial review to provide feedback to the student aide on performance and an end of semester review will occur thereafter.

Preferred working hours between 8:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Federal Work Study eligible

Tara Lambert

ext. 5841

# of openings - 1

Library - Circulation Dept.

Fall15/Spring16

Circulation Department

Circulates books to Library patrons, renews books by telephone, collects and records fines, circulates reserve books and other miscellaneous library materials and equipment, sorts books on return shelves and prepares book trucks for shelving, reads shelves to ensure books are in proper call number order, shifts, organizes and straightens shelves in section assigned.  Performs tasks and other duties as assigned by the Circulation Supervisor.

Skills:  Customer service, intelligence, sense of responsibility, accuracy, ability to take direction, common sense, good judgment and initiative.  Ability to dust, lift and/or move heavy books (20-25 lbs).

Possible weekend and/or evening work.

Federal Work Study eligible

Kenya Flash

ext. 5640

# of openings - 6

BIOLOGY DEPT.

FALL15/SPRING16

Prepare solutions, set-up equipment, clean-up and re-setting of laboratories, washing glassware, re-filling supplies and distilled water, scretarial duties as necessary, inventory and collection of biohazard and chemical waste under the direction of supervisor and after appropriate training.  Other duties as assigned that pertain to the daily operation of the Biology Department.

Skills:

~ Must be deppendable and responsible.

~ Ability to follow directions correctly.

~ Ability to relate in a friendly, helpful manner to faculty, staff and students in the Biology Department and all other   campus areas.

~ Bending, lifting, carrying light to heavy equipment and supplies up to 40 lbs.

~ Knowledge of computers and basic programs such as Excel and Word.

~ Basic scientific knowledge for calculations and operation of most Biology equipment.

~ Must have the ability to follow appropriate safety rules, regulations and precautions as per OSHA regulations.

~ Several chemical, blood-borne pathogen, biohazard waste, and SS trainings will be required upon hire.

Hours:  As per Federal work-study allotment - approx. 5-8 hours per week.

              Mainly day hours between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  Flexible around class schedules.  Some evening hours.

Federal Work Study eligible

 

Valerie Musto

Biology Dept., 2nd floor

Parente Life Sciences Building

ext. 5725

# of openings - 2

     

Dan Flood Tutor

Fall15/Spring16

Schedule:  3:00 p.m -  5:00 p.m.    Transportation provided, if needed.

Mandatory orientation sessions.

Clearances are required (by January 29, 2015).

Semi-professional attire required.  (women: blouse/casual slacks; men:  shirt/tie, casual slacks).  No Jeans, t-shirts or shorts allowed.

Federal Work Study eligible

Bro. Steven Lamendola

ext. 8093

# of openings - 3

 

Dining Services

Fall 15/Spring 16

 

Positions available at Connerton's, Marketplace, Monarch Mart and Leo's on Mane

See Lou Mazza at Marketplace to apply for openings

Hispanic Outreach

Fall15/Spring16

 

 

Reyna Logsdon ext. 8021

        or

Eric    ext. 8302

     
 

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

Federal Work Study eligible

 

 

 

 

 

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