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Academic Advisement

Summer 2021


SUMMER 2021 (Mid May through Mid-Late August):

Job Description / Skills:

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

Student aides will be responsible for providing customer service to students, faculty, and prospective families. Student aide must maintain confidentiality, have a positive attitude, a good work ethic, the ability to motivate self and others, demonstrate 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.

Additional duties may include directing students and parents to various campus locations, transporting files to and from the Academic Advisement Office, distributing files to appropriate advisors, copying and filing important information into new student files, other duties as assigned.

1 Position Available - Approx. 20 hours/wk.

Pay Rate: $7.25/hour

Federal work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Judi O’Borski 


Dining Services

Spring 2021


Residential - Food Service Worker - serving food
Retail - 1 Front of House Worker and 1 Back of House at Chick-fil-A and 1 Front of House at Connerton's 

3 retail service positions available

3 residential service positions available

Pay Rate: $8.00/hour

Institutional work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

Sarah Evanusa

570-208-5900 ext. 6045

 Derick Carpenter 

570-208-5900 ext. 6033

Athletics - Sports Information

Spring 2021


The King’s College sports information office is in search of organized and reliable student assistants to fill several roles specific to the production of multimedia content throughout the school year. While student assistants are not required to choose a specific job position within the office, they are encouraged to express their desired interest when applying and will have a focus if hired. Below is a list of positions the Sports Information office looks to fill during both the Fall and Spring semesters. Hours are determined by the varsity sports schedule and needs of each position. Some hours are also available over academic breaks (Fall, Winter, Spring, etc.). Also, office hours are required of all sports information assistants during the week along with home contest coverage.
Sports Information Social Media and Statistics: Assist the Sports Information Director in keeping stats at home athletic events for all sports and running social media as well. Experience and/or a vast knowledge and interest in sports is a plus. Spots are limited and will be carefully selected so inquire quickly. If you are a sports fanatic and/or have kept stats as a team manager in high school, this could be a good fit. 
Public Address Announcing: Student Assistants that perform public address duties include announcing starting line-ups, all game action, public address announcements, presentations, contests, and other duties as assigned. The PA Announcer is the main voice of the King’s Athletics while in the stadium. The PA Announcer works closely with the sports information staff and others to create a fan-friendly and entertaining experience for all in attendance. No experience is necessary, but strong vocal talent, a definitive personality and comfort speaking in front of large crowds is important. Must be able to announce complex names from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, and multi-task in a stressful environment. 
Broadcasting: Student Assistants on the broadcast team must; remain focused while providing a professional production of King’s athletic events live online, be able to communicate well with teammates, and be available before, during, and after broadcasted events for setup, breakdown, and operation of broadcasting equipment. Applicants do not need any prior knowledge or experience in broadcasting, directing, or camera operation, however hired student assistants must be willing and able to learn/improve upon the techniques and skills necessary to work in these positions. Broadcasting assistants will be trained in how to operate the equipment including, but not limited to, camera operation and directing through the computer software. Setup for covering athletic events usually occurs 1.5-2 hours before the start of the game, while breakdown usually completes .5-1 hour after the completion of the contest.
On-camera reporter/play-by-play analysts: King’s Athletics is looking for dedicated student assistants interested in providing live or recorded content coverage of the 27 varsity teams. Previous experience speaking and/or being recorded live is highly recommended. 
Graphic Design: King’s Athletics is looking for student assistants with interest and experience in Adobe Photoshop to design and complete graphics to be used on King’s College athletics social media. Hired student assistants must have some availability during weekday mornings and early afternoons between classes. 
Video Editing: King’s Athletics is looking for student assistants with interest and experience in Adobe Premiere to assist in the production of recorded videos for social media, including but not limited to; highlight videos after games, player and coach interview videos, and other miscellaneous videos that help promote the varsity sports teams at King’s College. Hired student assistants must have some availability during evenings. 

Approximately 8 hours per week

Pay Rate: $7.50/hour

Federal work study eligibility required

Cannot be performed remotely

10 positions available

Jamie Chagnon


Early Learning Center 

Spring 2021


Support staff in Early Learning Center.

Four Federal work study positions available - approximately 20 hours per week - Pay Rate: $10.00/hour

Three insitutional work study positions available - approximately 25 hours per week - Pay Rate: $10.00/hour

Cannot be performed remotely

Susan Mcgrath


Academic Skills

Spring 2021


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  


Community Based Work Study

Summer 2021


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