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

Busines Office - Darlene

Summer 2016


Typical office support help; mass mailings, filing, run errands on campus, photocopies, etc.

Federal Work Study eligible

Darlene Gavenonis

ext. 5835

# of openings - 1

Graduate Division

Summer 2016

Typical office support help; mass mailings, filing, run errands on campus, photocopies, phones, etc.

Federal Work Study eligible

Briget Ford

ext. 5991

# of openings - 1




Dean of Students Office

Summer 16

Fall 16/Spring17


Responsibilities will include filing, some light computer work, photocopying, running errands, and phone coverage. Additional projects/tasks may be assigned accordingly.

Summer work study student will also work the Summer Advisement Orientation Program for new students in July. 

Federal work study eligible.

Michele Maczuga

ext. 5875

# of openings - 1

Registrar's Office

Summer 16


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.

Federal Work Study eligible

Elaine Klukoske

ext. 5471

# of openings - 1

McGowan School of Business

Summer 16

Make photo copies, answer phones, miscellaneous errands, library research, proctor when needed, assist with bulk mailings, video tape classes and presentations, entering data in computer, and other various office duties

Skills:  Computer skills, ability to interface well with students, professors, and visitors and ability to learn numerous office machinery.

Federal work study eligible

ext. - 5624

# of openings - 3

Physician Assistance Studies

(PA Program)

Summer 16

Fall 16/Spring 17

Data Entry, filing, general office work, archiving records, assisting faculty with filing and filling lab supplies, and making copies.

10-15 hours per week

Cannot be a Physician Assistance Students

Federal work study eligible

Pam Wiernusz

ext. 5738

# of openings - 1

Institutional Advancement Office

Summer 2016

Assists with mailings, answering phones, runs errands, word processing and general office duties.

Skills:  Typing, work processing, neat appearance and outgoing personality.

Federal work study eligible

Donna Pegg

ext. 5682

# of openings - 3

Achievement Plus Office

Summer 2016

Fall 16/Spring 17

Assists with record keeping (data base), updating student lists, typing reports, answering phones, runs errands, maintain bulletin board.

Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word.  Knowledge of Excel and Access.

Federal Work Study eligible

Donna Dickinson

ext. 5710 or 6078

# of openings - 1


Summer 2016

Fall 16/Spring 17

Administrative tasks (typing, filing, answering phones, office management, etc.); assisting with projects and programs; and maintaining the study abroad library.

Help with summer orientation.


Willingness and ability to work in a professional and enjoyable office environment.

Jasmine Tabron

ext. 5898

# of openings - 3

Mass Communications

Fall 16/Spring 17

Students will trouble-shoot, maintain, check in and out video and sound equipment, maintain computer functions in MC 409, and assist students with television studio productions.

Job requires knowledge of video equipment, cameras, and video editing software.

Federal Work Study eligible

Scott Weiland, Ph.D.

MC 409 and HD Television Studio

ext. 5202

# of openings - 2

Study Abroad

Fall 16/Spring 17

Receptionist, small tasks as assigned - stacking shelves, study abroad fair, sign-in student, answer phones.

Good communication skills are required.

Federal Work Study eligible

Margaret Kowalsky

ext. 5986

# of openings - 3


Fall 16/Spring 17

Prepare solutions, set up equipment, clean up and resetting of laboratories, washing glassware, refilling supplies and distilled water, secretarial 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.

Required Skills:

Must be dependable 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 equipmnet 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 SDS trainings will be required upon hire.


Valerie Musto

2nd floor Parente Building

ext. 5725

# of openings - 4



Fall 16/Spring 17


Student assistant will assist the Sports Information staff in a number of areas, including helping compile game statistics for a variety of sports, writing post-game recaps and hometown press releases, attending select King's athletic contests during the week and weekends, as assigned by the director.  The qualified candidate should have a strong knowledge and interest in sports.  Attendance at all home football games is expected.  This position is a good opportunity for those interested in sports writing.

Federal Work Study eligible


Robert Ziadie

ext.  5934

# of openings - 3

Career Planning

Fall 16/Spring 17

Provide clerical support for the Office of Career Planning .  Responsibilities will include filing, working with databases, answering phones, maintaining College Central Network job posting board, photocopying, posting marketing material on campus.

Skills:  Proficiency in use of Micrsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel and Access), networking file maintenance, attention to detail, organizational skills.

Federal Work Study eligible

Korie Munley


# of openings - 3

Hispanic Outreach/Education


Federal Work Study Eligible

Elementary School Tutor, Flood Elementary - Transportation provided, if needed.

Ability to work with children in grades 1-4.  Clearances are required. 

Mandatory orientation sessions, semi-professional attire required.

Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday - 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Childcare Worker; Tutor

To supervise children of adult ESL students taking night classes.  Between 5-10 children from ages 6-12 years old.

Up to 7 hours per week


Conversation Partner for ESL students

Work in a small group with adults learning English.  Use prompts from teacher to help students practice English.

1.5 hours per week - Thursday 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


High School Mentor

Work with Hispanic High School students who come to King's College once a week for a mentoring program.  Assist in small group and other work as assigned by program director.

1.75 hours per work

Mondays 2:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Federal Work Study eligible

Reyna Logsdon

McGowan 206

ext. 8021


Eric    ext. 8302

Academic Skills Center (ASC)

Office Duties

Fall 16/Spring 17

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 -


Summer 2016

Fall 16/Spring 17


FALL16/SPRING17:  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:  30 hours per week in the summer and 8-10 hour per week - Fall/Spring

Federal work study eligible



John Kratz

Director of Academic Advisement


Fall/Spring opernings - 1


Fall 16/Spring 17

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, shelves, 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 or Evening 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 eligibile.

Emily Sisk

ext.  5640

# of openings - 7

Community Service Jobs - off Campus - Transportation may be provided

Fall 16/Spring 17

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

Maura Modrovsky

Community Service

ext. 5915





















Dining Services

Fall 16/Spring 17

Positions at Connerton's, Marketplace and Monarch Mart Apply at Marketplace
Dan Flood Tutor

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