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

Athletics - Men's Soccer

Fall 2020

 

Database work, recruiting mailings, schedule organization, research within recruiting.

10 hours per week

Pay Rate: $10.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Can be performed remotely

1 position available

 

Mark Bassett

markbassett@kings.edu

570-574-3044

Academic Skills

Fall 2020

 

File, data entry, office work.

Approximately 4 hours per week

Pay Rate: $7.50/hour

Institutional work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

1 position available

 

 

Peter Charney

petercharney@kings.edu  

570-208-5823

Hispanic Outreach Program

Fall 2020

 

Conduct daily health check screenings to participants in the Adult ESL Program.

3-5 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Institutional work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

5 positions available

 

Reyna Logsdon

reynalogsdon@kings.edu

570-208-8021

 

Writing Center

Fall 2020

 

Writing Tutor

8 hours per week

Pay Rate: $7.50/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Can be performed remotely

 

Laurie Sterling

lauriesterling@kings.edu

Ext. 5705

Campus Ministry

Fall 2020

 

CORE TEAM MEMBER:  A member of the Campus Ministry CORE team works in conjunction with the Campus Ministry Team to develop and implement spiritual formation opportunities for King's students.  Candidates must demonstrate a serious personal commitment to growth in faith and in service.

5 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Institutional work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Fr. Tom Looney

ThomasLooney@kings.edu

Ext. 5836

Post Office

Fall 2020

 

Mail handler and delivery. Morning hours required.

10 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Jill Elston

jillelston@kings.edu

Ext. 5693

THEATRE – Warehouse Prop and Costume Manager

Fall 2020

 

Seeking a student worker or workers to serve as student inventory manager of the Department’s stock of costumes, scenery, and props.  Students will continue the creation of warehouse inventory software detailing the type, location, condition of each prop, costume, and scenic piece in the department’s stock. 
Applicants should possess a positive attitude and the ability to work collaboratively with peers.  A basic knowledge of historical periods is a plus.  Students should be familiar with the Google Suite of tools.  Students should be self-motivated and enjoy working on large scale projects.  Applicant must be able to maintain a consistent work schedule and should maintain good communication.

6 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Dave Reynolds

davereynolds@kings.edu

Ext. 8096

THEATRE -  Lighting and Sound 

Fall 2020

 

Seeking a student worker to serve as the supervisor of Electrics, Sound, and Audio-Visual aspects of King’s Theatre.  Student will be responsible for the organization and maintenance of all lighting, sound, and video equipment for the Theatre Department.  Student will also serve as a supervisory member of lighting and sound crews for productions withing the department.
Applicants should possess a positive attitude and the ability to work collaboratively with peers.  Ideal applicants should have a basic knowledge of theatrical lighting and sound equipment, basic knowledge of electricity, sound, and wiring, and a basic understanding of tools.  Applicant must have the ability to lift 25 pounds and work at heights up to 20’.   Applicant must be able to maintain a consistent work schedule and should be a great communicator.

6 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Dave Reynolds

davereynolds@kings.edu

Ext. 8096

THEATRE – Administrative and Box Office 

Fall 2020

 

Seeking a student worker or workers to staff the theatre deparment’s box office during productions and to serve as administrative assistant within the department.  Students will be responsible for selling and logging tickets for shows, assisting customers, and staffing the box office while in production.  When the theatre is not in production, these students will assist the department in various administrative duties including but not limited to filing, making copies, organizing department archives, and managing department inventories.
Applicants should possess a positive attitude and the ability to work collaboratively with peers.  Ideal applicants will have previous customer service and data entry experience.  A basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and various computer hardware is a plus.  Applicant must be able to maintain a consistent work schedule and should be a good communicator.  Some evening hours will be required when the box office is open during production.

6 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Can be performed remotely

Dave Reynolds

davereynolds@kings.edu

Ext. 8096

THEATRE - Scene Shop 

Fall 2020

 

Assist the Theatre Department in building scenery for productions. No experience is necessary. Get on the job training!
Work assignments are completed under close supervision.
Procedures are well established.
Employees typically follow well-defined policies and procedures.
Scene Shop Duties include: safe use of power and hand tools, basic carpentry and construction, painting, maintaining tools and spaces, and other assignments based upon skill set and shop needs.
Applicants should possess a good attitude and willingness to learn. Able to work by yourself and within a group of diverse people. Maintain a consistent work schedule week to week and notify supervisor in a timely manner when you need a schedule change. Lift 25 pounds.

6 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Alexander Michaels

AlexanderMichaels@kings.edu

Theatre - Costume Shop

Fall 2020

 

Seeking student workers to assist in all aspects of building/sewing costumes for King’s Theatrical productions. Some sewing abilities of varying skill (from low to high) required.  Costume construction may include (but not limited to) fabric cutting, dying, painting and alterations.  Other duties may include organization and re-cataloging costume inventory (per use) and assisting in costume fittings. 
Student workers must be dependable and able to make a commitment to be at work on assigned days.  Successful candidates are highly motivated, project oriented and have the ability to work quickly under pressure.

10 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Autumn Galka

AutumnGalka@kings.edu

Physician Assistant

Fall 2020

 

Data entry, filing, general office work, archiving records, stocking and organizing lab areas, making copies, faxing, scanning. Student cannot be a Medical Studies or PA major. 

8 hours per week

Pay Rate: $7.50/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Debra Toporcer

debratoporcer@kings.edu

 570-208-5829

Mass Communications

Fall 2020

 

Mass Communications work study students provide technical and other forms of assistance to fellow students, including software trouble-shooting and support. Mass Communications work study students also manage equipment check in/out, and perform other duties as assigned. The positions reside in MC 405 and occasionally the high definition television studio.

Pay Rate: $7.50/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Dr. Scott J. Weiland

scottweiland@kings.edu

Ext. 5202

Multicultural and International Student Programs Office

Fall 2020

 

Creating Diversity Events, Set Up and Break Down For Events, Administrative tasks, Regulating Office and ensuring Covid 19 Safety within the Office, Orher Duties as assigned 

20 hours per week

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Jasmine Giddings 

jasminegiddings@kings.edu

570-208-5898

Community Based Work Study

Fall 2020

 

Community Based Work Study positions are available off campus at local non-profits. Positions include mentors/tutors for after school programs, healthcare positions at hospitals and free clinics, general office work at local shelters, public libraries, etc. and lab work in a public health facility, just to name a few.  Contact the Shoval Center for more information and to see what positions are available. Many locations are in walking distance and transportation may be provided for those that are not.

Federal Work Study eligibility required

Maura Modrovsky

Ext. 5915